25 Girl names that give you a leg up in life
Do you wish your daugher to have a fruitful life, full of happiness and delight? Do you wish her to be a strong woman when she grows up? Why don’t you help her by giving her one of the following 25 Girl names that can give her a leg up in life!
Anna: a name of Hebrew origin which means Gracious, Merciful
Ashley: means Land of Ash
Bella: a true Italian name that means Beautiful
Caroline or Carolyn: Little womanly one, celebrity name for Carolyn Hax, Carolyn Brown, Carolyn Jones, Carolyn Myss and Carolyn Bessette
Celest: a latin origin name that means Heavenly
Claire: a French name which means illustrious
Danielle: the feminine form of Daniel that means God is my Judge
Dominque: of God (French)
Elizabeth: a name that was introduced in the official top 10 for girls in 2012. Even though it’s not the first time that Elizabeth breaks into the top 10, the name had lost space and was left behind for some years. However, in 2012 Elizabeth had a great year and an impressive come back. Elizabeth Taylor and Queen Elizabeth II are the most known persons for this name.
Emma: no2 in the official top 10 for girls in 2012. Emma derives from the Germanic word ermen meaning whole or universal, and was originally a short form of Germanic names that began with ermen. Emma is also used as a diminutive of Emily, Emmeline, Amelia or any other name beginning with “em”. It was introduced to England by Emma of Normandy, who was the wife both of king Ethelred II (and by him the mother of Edward the Confessor) and later of king Canute. It was also borne by an 11th-century Austrian saint, who is sometimes called Hemma.
Grace: grace of God
Isabella: means God Is My Oath. Celebrity name for the Italian actress Isabella Roselini.
Jennifer: One of the most popular names in entertainment business and no.2 in Top 10 Hottest Female Baby Names Based on Movie Stars all because of Jennifer Aniston. The famous actress, born February 11, 1969 starred in TV series Friends as Rachel Green and since then, she is one of the hottest actresses in Holywood. She got many other starring roles in movies such as ‘Bruce Almighty’, ‘Office Space’, ‘Rumor Has It’, ‘Along Came Polly’, ‘Just Go With It’ and ‘Derailed’.
Julia (Roberts). She stole the heart of Richard Gere in Pretty Woman and since then she is considered to be one of the top paid actresses in the world.
Kim: Short form of Kimberly or Kimball
Margaret: a type of pearl
Marion: means bitter or something that comes from the sea. It comes from Mary
Merit: from the boundary gate
Michelle: a French name that means Who is like God? Michelle became very popular baby name after Obama became the President of the United States and Michelle Obama was the first African-American woman who became a first lady.
Natalie: yet another French name that means born on Christmas Day
Nicole: means victory of the people. Nicole can be found 8th in the Top 10 Hottest Female Baby Names Based on Movie Stars because of Nicole Kidman. Once married to Tom Cruise, born June 20, 1967 started her long career at the early age of 15. One of her movies that will be always remembered is “Eyes Wide Shut”, even though her role in “Moulin Rouge” was also exceptional. Her worst movie Australia was one of the mistakes she made.
Rose: the flower rose.
Sadie: means princess and it’s a diminutive form of Sarah.
Sidney: a contraction of St. Denys
Sophie: another form of Sophia, a name topped the SSA baby name charts for the second year in a row. The name continues to remain very popular among baby girls and parents seem to just love it! The origin of the name is Greek and its actual meaning is wisdom. According to the myth, Σοφία had three daughers: Pistis (faith), Elpis (hope), and Agape (love). With such a loving meaning, it’s no surprise why this name is so popular!
The French form of the name is Sophie and the German form is Sofie. In Turkey it is known as Safiye and in Russia as Sofiia.
Sophia was an early Christian martyr who was born in Italy and died violently (by torture) in 137 AD.