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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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Brooklyn

It has occasionally been used as a name in honor of Brooklyn, the New York City borough, but is usually regarded as simply a combination of the names Brook or Brooke, a name derived from an English surname meaning "one who lives near a brook" and the suffix -lyn, which is an element in other popular contemporary names in the United States such as Kaitlyn.

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Alyssa

The name of the flower derives from the Greek roots a- ("not") and lyssum (insane); the flower was formerly thought to cure skin diseases. It shares many variants in common with the name Alice and is occasionally considered a form of that name as well.

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Alexis

Alexis is a given name derived from the Greek word alexo, meaning "to help, defend." It was the name of several saints venerated by the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches, including Saint Alexis of Rome, and of a Russian tsar, Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich of Russia.

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Aubrey

Of Teutonic origin, Aubrey means "Fair Ruler of the Little People", or "King of the Elves". The name Alberich is a more common Germanic variant, with the syllable 'Alb' translating as "Elf" and 'Ric' representing "power".

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Samantha

Samantha is a female given name. It originated in the 18th century, perhaps from the masculine given name Samuel and anthos, the Greek word for "flower". It may have been intended to be a female form of Samuel with the addition of the already existing female name Anthea.

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Isabelle

Isabelle is a variant of Elizabeth (Hebrew) and Isabel (Hebrew), and the meaning of Isabelle is "God's promise; God is my oath".

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Arianna

The English name is derived from the Italian form of the Greek name Ariadne, which means "most holy" (Cretan Greek ari "most" and adnos "holy") and a Welsh name meaning silver (Welsh arian, "silvery"). The Persian name Aryana, or Ariana, takes its root meaning from the word Aryan.

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Charlotte

It is of French origin, and the meaning of Charlotte is "little and womanly".

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Makayla

Makayla is a variant of Michaela (Hebrew), and the meaning of Makayla is "who resembles God?".

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Claire

Claire or Clair is a given name of Latin origin via French; the name means "clear" or "famous".

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