The most popular girl baby names list -
Top 10 names of 2003

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Do you want to know today’s most popular girl baby names?

Today’s most popular girl baby names are listed in this article.

It is important to pick a name that is just right for you. Do you want to pick a baby’s name that is at the top of the list? Do you want to make sure that your baby girl's name is not on the list?

Popular girl's baby names sound and compatibility.

How your baby's girl name sounds when it's said aloud is one of the most essential things to think about. Is it melodious? Harsh? Does it go well with your last name? Often, longer first names work better with shorter last names, and vice versa.

Popular girl's baby names uniqueness.

An unusual name has the advantage of making the bearer stand out from the crowd. Fran Barclay of Ann Arbor, Michigan, sometimes wishes she hadn't named her second son Matthew. When he started school, he had three other Matts in his class. "It was years before he really understood that his name wasn't Matt B.," she says. On the other hand, a name no one has heard of and few can pronounce can bring attention a child would rather avoid.

Relatives and friends.

Many parents choose to name their babies after a grandparent, other relative, or close friend. This option can provide you with a good pool of names to consider.

Popular girl's baby names ancestry and heritage.

Your baby girl's heritage is an essential part of who she is, and you may want her name to reflect that. Your religious preference may steer you toward a certain category of names.

Baby name meaning.

No one is likely to treat your daughter Ingrid differently because her name means "hero's daughter," but the derivation of your baby's name is something you may want to think about.

Initials and nicknames.

People, especially kids, can be cruel when it comes to nicknames, so try to anticipate any potentially embarrassing ones. Of course, just because you don't think of something doesn't mean some clever second-grader down the line won't — and he'll probably find it utterly hilarious.

Remember, none of these are hard rules. The most important criterion for a name is simply that you and your partner like it.

The 2003 most popular girl baby names are:

1.      Emily

2.      Emma

3.      Madison

4.      Hannah

5.      Hailey

6.      Sarah

7.      Kaitlyn

8.      Isabella

9.      Olivia

10.    Abigail

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