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Anglicized names for baby girls, with 84 entries. Anglicized names are very popular as baby girl names. In 1900, 11.419% of baby girls were given Anglicized names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 30 Anglicized names. The names have slipped in popularity since then, but they are nevertheless of very heavy use in recent times. In 2015, their total usage was 4.261% with 31 Anglicized names listed among the top 1000. Among all Anglicized names, Sophia (English, German, Greek, Italian, and Russian) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #3 and a usage of 0.8954%.


Abigail my father rejoices, joy of my father ... used predominantly in English, German, ... ranked at #6 then ...

Afric pleasant; woman from Africa ... of Celtic and English origin, and it is used ... variation of Africa ...

Agnes pure, chaste; hunger; one; hunger; ... of Old Greek and Celtic origin ... the similarity in sound led it to be ...

Aideen jealousy; face; slender, delicate; ... language of origin is Hebrew and Celtic ... predominantly used in Irish ...

Ailbhe white ... of Celtic origin ... used mainly in Gaelic and Irish ... Celtic albho is a cognate of the Latin ...

Ailsa island of Alfsigr; of a noble kind; ... of Old Norse and Germanic origin ... familiar form of Alice ...

Aline lovely; noble, honorable; hazelnut; ... used predominantly in English, French, ... variation of Adela ...

Amy beloved ... language of origin is Latin and it is ... name is Anglicized from Amee, itelf ...

Angharad much loved ... language of origin is Welsh and it is also used ... name is from the intensifier prefix 'an-' ...

Annabella used chiefly in English, German, and ... name is a combination of Anna and Bella, or ...

Aoibheann fair radiance, beautiful sheen ... used mostly in Gaelic and Irish, and ... not widely used as a baby name for ...

Aoife beauty ... language of origin is Celtic, and it is ... was a warrior princess in Irish mythology ...

Barbara foreign woman ... of Latin origin, and it is used mainly ... root element refers to the unintelligible ...

Bridget exalted one ... used predominantly in English, Irish, ... name Brighid was borne in Irish mythology by ...

Brittany from Little Britain ... origin is Old English, and its use, English ... fairly popular as a baby name for ...

Caitlin pure; torture ... used chiefly in the English and Irish ... Its origin is Old Greek ... was #44 in rank then ...

Charlotte man, free man; coral; maiden, virgin ... origin is Germanic, and its use, French, German, ... form of Caroline ...

Clare clear, bright, famous ... language of origin is Latin and it is ... was used as a medieval form of Clara, ...

Darcy from Arcy; descendant of the dark ... has its origins in the Old French language ... of Irish Gaelic origin ...

Dáiríne fertile, fruitful ... its origins in the Celtic language and it is ... not popular as a baby girl name ...

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