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Girl Names related to Lost

Lost names for baby girls, with 10 entries. Lost names are fairly popular baby names for girls. At the height of their usage in 1906, 1.486% of baby girls were given Lost names. There were 6 Lost names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Lost names have since experienced a fall in popularity, and in recent years they are of occasional use. In 2016, their combined usage was 1.078% with 3 Lost names listed among the top 1000, enjoying a minor resurgence in the recent decade. Within all Lost names, Abigail (English, German, and Hebrew) was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #8 and a usage of 0.6091%.


Abigail my father rejoices, joy of my father ... used predominantly in English, German, and ...

Alice of a noble kind; noble, honorable; ... of Germanic origin ... became the name Alice ...

Audrey noble strength ... origin is Old English and Germanic, and its ... very popular as a baby girl name, and it is ...

Lenore bright one, shining one; bright ... of Old Provençal and Old Greek origin ... unusual as a baby girl name ...

Lorna from Lorne; Marquis of Lorne; laurel, ... language of origin is Scottish ... of Old English origin ...

Lyonesse from the lost land ... has its origins in the English language ... not commonly used as a baby girl name ...

Pahana a lost white-skinned sibling ... of Native American origin ... not popular as a baby girl name ...

Perdita lost ... of Latin origin ... not commonly used as a baby girl name ...

Rosaline horse shield of lime wood; pretty ... largely used in the English language and it ...

Vondila woman who lost a child ... derived from African origins ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...

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