Whether you're pregnant and looking for baby name inspiration or want to check how popular your little one's name is, we've got the top 25 baby girl names to choose from.
If none of these names tickles your fancy, take a look at the most popular predicted girls and boys names for 2019. Or check out if there are any stereotypes associated with your possible baby names before you make your choice!
Published by the Office for National Statistics, this list looked at all babies registered in England and Wales and found that THESE names were the most popular baby girls names this year...
The most popular baby girl names of 2018:
No surprise here, this name means 'olive' and has been around in England since 13th century. This name has now beat Amelia to the top spot!
This name derives from old Germanic word 'amal' meaning 'work', 'ferilte', and 'industrious'.
Endearing as it sounds, it actually is most likely to mean 'rival'. Up two places from last year!
Once again, as you guessed, it means 'island'. A very popular name in Scotland where it originated from.
The Biblical meaning of this name is 'iniquity'. However, there is also a Persian background, meaning 'sound' and 'voice'.
This name seems to have been by Shakespeare for the character of Shylock's daughter in The Merchant of Venice.
It's common to think that has to do with the Italian word for 'mine', but actually it first came as a short for ancient Hebrew name Miriam which probably means 'beloved'.
A French one, female diminutive of Charles. Since Charles stands for a free man, this could mean ‘free woman’. Perhaps it's Princess Charlotte's adorable presence that has put this one up 13 places from 2015.
Surprisingly, this one traces all the way back to Adalhaidis, an old Germanic name meaning ‘of noble descent’.
One meaning of this name is the deep red colour, the other stands for a fine woollen cloth.
That’s a name of the Scandinavian goddess of love. Also, in German, the related word Frau means ‘lady’.
Not only does it have links to with a beautiful Italian city, but it also means ‘prosperous’. Up 3 from last year!
As you know, ruby is a beautiful red gemstone. What you may not know, in Latin it means 'red'.
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