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Best Girls' Baby Names Of 2010

This is a list of the most popular girls' baby names of 2010.

Best Girls' Baby Names Of 2010

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Emma

It is derived from the Germanic word ermen meaning whole or universal, and was originally a short form of Germanic names that began with ermen. 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.

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Ava

Ava is a feminine given name derived from the name Eve, which is derived from the Hebrew word "chavah", meaning "life". Another source notes that there was a Frankish ninth century Saint Ava, whose name was probably derived from the Germanic root avi, meaning "desired", related to Evelyn, but the English Ava seems to date from the nineteenth century as a variant of Eva. It has also been used as an Anglicization of the Celtic name Aoife, which means "radiant". Ava is also a native Persian name, meaning "calling".

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Madison

Traditionally, Madison commonly Maddison (double-D) in the Northeastern England, was a surname, meaning son of Maud (Reaney & Wilson, 1997). "Maud" is a pet form of "Matilda".

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Addison

Addison is a Old English given name whose etymological meaning is "son of Adam." Variants include Adisson, Adison, and Addeson. Addison is also a Scottish patronymic surname meaning "son of Addie", a Scottish Lowlands nickname for Adam.

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Abigail

Abigail is a female given name. The name comes from Hebrew Avigail, meaning "father rejoice".

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Madelyn

Madeleine and Madeline are forms of Magdalene, which is well known as a name because of Saint Mary Magdalene. Magdalene means "from Magdala". Mary Magdalene's name is thought to be derived from Magdala - a village on the sea of Galilee. In Aramaic, "magdala" means "tower" or "elevated, great, magnificent".

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Riley

Riley is a given name derived from the Irish surname O Raghallaigh or O'Reilly. One source gives its meaning as "courageous.". Another source gives the meaning of Riley as "rye clearing" from a surname that originated with an Old English place name.

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Ella

Ella is a feminine given name with multiple origins. One source gives its meaning as "all, completely," from German. Another source indicates the name is a Norman version of the Germanic short name Alia, which was short for a variety of German names with the element ali-, meaning "other."

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Mia

The name Mia comes from the Italian origin. In Italian The meaning of the name Mia is: My.

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Kaitlyn

Along with the many other variants of Katherine, it is generally believed to mean "pure" because of its long association with the Greek adjective katharos (pure), though the name did not evolve from this word. The name originated in Ireland as Caitlin and is the Gaelic variation of the Old French name Cateline, which was derived from Catherine, which was derived from the Ancient Greek Aikaterine.

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