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Recorded names for baby girls, with 15 entries. Recorded names are somewhat popular baby names for girls. At the height of their usage in 1907, 1.093% of baby girls were given Recorded names. There were 4 Recorded names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Recorded names have since experienced a steep fall in popularity, and in recent years they are of occasional use. In 2016, their combined usage was 0.279% with 3 Recorded names listed among the top 1000, enjoying a minor resurgence in the recent decade. Within all Recorded names, Adeline (English and French) was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #63 and a usage of 0.2136%.


Adeline of a noble kind; noble, honorable; ... of Germanic origin ... by the character Lady Adeline, one of the Juan's ...

Aphra dust; whitish red, pink; woman from Africa; excellent; most important; first-born child ...

Beatrix traveler, pilgrim, bringer of joy ... a Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, ...

Camilla acolyte, attendant at a ritual ... origin is Latin, and its use, English, ... baby girls were named Camilla ...

Candida white ... used chiefly in the English, German, and ... Bernard Shaw play Candida (1894) contributed to ...

Carmel fruit garden, fruitful land ... origin is Hebrew, and its use, English and ... Mary Our Lady of Mount Carmel ...

Carmody descendant of Cearmaid ... used predominantly in the English language ...

Carsey watercress island; dry land in marsh ... of Old English origin and it is used mainly ...

China China ... used predominantly in English and it is also ... an uncommon baby girl name ...

Edna rejuvenation, pleasure; delight, ... used chiefly in the English, German, ... being given the name Edna ...

Philippa lover of horses, friend of horses ... origin is Old Greek, and its use, English and ...

Selima safe; peace ... has its origins in the Arabic language ... not often used as a baby girl name ...

Shalisa lord of three; third lord ... language of origin is Hebrew and it is ... of English-American origin ...

Tabitha gazelle, doe, roe ... of Aramaic origin, and it is used largely in ... an all-time favorite ...

Talitha little girl, maiden ... of Aramaic origin ... name is derived from 'Talitha cumi', a phrase spoken ...

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