Best Girls' Baby Names Of 2010
This is a list of the most popular girls' baby names of 2010.
The name comes from the Greek khloe, meaning "young green shoot" and is one of the many names of the Greek goddess Demeter. The name appears once in the Bible, in 1 Corinthians 1:11 in the context of "the house of Chloe".
Lily is a feminine given name directly derived from lily, the flower.
Emily is a feminine name derived from the Roman feminine name Aemilia. The Latin name Aemilia in turn may derive from the Latin word aemulus (or from the same root as aemulus), meaning "rival", but this may be a folk etymology.
Zoe is a feminine first name, which came from ancient Greece and means "life" in Greek.
Hayley is a given name. It was adopted from the English surname, which is based on a place name derived from Old English heg "hay" and leah "wood, clearing", but many sources accept that it was also separately derived from the Old Norse word haela meaning "hero".
Kylie is a common female personal name of Gaelic or Celtic origin and is the feminine form of Kyle; meaning beautiful, attractive, or even "strait of water."
Natalie is a female given name, used in English, French and German Languages. It derived from the Late Latin name Natalia which derived from Natale Domini meaning "Christmas Day".
Sophia is a female name derived from Greek word for "Wisdom." Sophie is from the French form. Sophia has been a popular name throughout the western world. The name was used to represent the personification of wisdom and is also the name of an early Christian martyr.
The girl's name Isabella is a variant of Elizabeth (Hebrew) and Isabel (Hebrew), and the meaning of Isabella is "God's promise; God is my oath".
It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Olivia is "olive tree". Coined by Shakespeare as the name of a much-wooed aristocrat in his play "Twelfth Night" (1599). He may have derived the name from the olive plant, or as a feminine form of Oliver. Biblical: the olive tree is a symbol of fruitfulness, beauty, and dignity.