15 Names For Baby Girls That Every Other Baby Will Have, & It's Not A Bad Thing

Despite the push against using names for baby girls that every other baby will have, there's something to be said for trendy names, especially the ones that are currently popular. Names are popular for a reason, and these ones are especially gorgeous. If you're on the hunt for a baby name that won't be going out of style any time soon, look no further.

These names are classics, many of which were brought back into the spotlight from years past; names that you probably remember from your grandparent's generation are popular once again. So if you're a fan of vintage sounding names, you're in luck. There are also many gender-neutral or traditionally boy's names growing in popularity for little girls — and it's a trend that's here to stay.

Though there is something to be said about unique or invented names, sometimes sticking with the classics is the way to go, even if your child will know others with her same name. The beauty of spellings, nicknames, and pronunciations is that you can tweak already popular names to give them a hint of uniqueness fit only for your daughter.

So don't worry about a number on a chart when you're choosing a name, because ultimately, it's about much more than that.



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It's no wonder this name has had the top spot for a few years running. As classic as it is elegant, Emma means "universal." and is a choice that won't go out of style anytime soon.



A Shakespeare name that has been around for ages, Olivia means "olive tree" and is a great moniker to pair with a more modern middle name.



A gender-neutral name that was once a popular choice for boys in growing increasingly popular for baby girls. To make the name even cooler, it means "ruler of the elves."



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Continuing the infatuation with "v" names, Ava means "life," and is a short and sweet choice.



This gorgeous Spanish and French variation of Elizabeth has serious staying power as well. With beautiful nicknames like Bella and Izzy that give the name a little variety it's no surprise that this name — meaning "pledged to God" — is top on the list.



A unique gender-neutral name meaning "harp player," Harper is growing in popularity quickly.



This musical name has roots in the opera and means "air or lioness," and is a powerful choice for any baby girl.



Evelyn is a antique sounding name that means "wished for child." It's a timeless choice with lots of great nickname potential.



A name that was traditionally male, Riley is growing in popularity for little girls too. The name means "courageous," and is a beautiful and popular choice.



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Lucy means "light," and is a classic name with a sweet, vintage feel.



Meaning "stone of the side," Jade is a beautiful green stone that also makes a gorgeous baby name.



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This traditional French name has been popular for quite some time. Though its meaning is unknown, it's a gorgeous name with equally sweet nicknames.



The female diminutive of Charles means "free man," and is classic and cute.



This name is French for "noble," and is another elegant choice with multiple spelling options to give parents a little bit of variety.