Getting your bundle of joy is one of life’s greatest happiness. But settling on a name could be a daunting task for you and your partner. You may have come across a few names for your daughter but now everything sounds and feels the same. Here are some great options for you to choose from:
Made mainstream by the famous series Game of Thrones, Arya is an increasingly popular name for girls nowadays. You may spell it as Aria, which seems much more feminine and beautifully melodic. It is the perfect name for a musical family, as aria is the solo song found in operas.
Summer could be a cute little name for baby girls born in May, June and July. The name was hugely pop2in 2004,and stood at number 140 on the SSA list. Today it is a not too common name, and stands at number 199 on the SSA list.
The Swedish version of the classic Anne. This name literally means grace. It is number 723 on the SSA list, and is linked to the famous Swedish American retired golfer Annika Sorenstam.
It is another place name loved well, and is becoming increasingly unique in the last few years. It was hugely popular in 2000,with a ranking of 23 on the SSA list. Today it is at number 165. It’s a good name for a family that loves traveling.
Serena means peaceful and tranquil. It is a good option if you are looking for unique names. Of course it reminds us of the tennis legend Serena Williams, and could be a cool option for an athletic baby.
This is one of the most unique names right now. It is not even on the SSA list’s first thousand names. Perfect for a well loved baby, the name is from Latin, meaning ‘adored and loved’.
This is an Irish unisex name, with a unique meaning. It means a small ape or a clock. Could be a good option for a music loving family, as the name is reminiscent of one of the most famous musicians of all times, John Lennon.
Lennon is largely popular as a girl’s name, ranking at number 431 on the SSA list.
One of those names with an old world charm, Georgia has roots in the Greek language, meaning earth worker.