There are 11 Catholic names for baby girls.
Catholic names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. Their usage peaked in 1938 with 3.755% of baby girls being given Catholic names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 5 Catholic names. The names have substantially slipped in popularity since then, and they are of modest use in recent times. In 2012, their total usage was 0.178% with 4 Catholic names listed among the top 1000, appearing with somewhat increasing regularity in the recent decade. Among all Catholic names, Angela (Dutch, English, German, Italian, Romanian, Russian, Slavic, and Spanish) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #193 and a usage of 0.0848%.
|Angela 193 || messenger of God, angel ... this was mainly a Roman Catholic name often reserved for ... |
|Annunziata|| annunciation ... is a Roman Catholic name that is derived from ... |
|Barbara || foreign woman ... fire and lightning in Catholic custom, and by ... |
|Beata|| blessed; traveler, pilgrim, bringer ... Latin root word as the Catholic concept of ... |
|Bethany 352 || house of figs; daughter of Yahweh; ... been a popular Roman Catholic name, often bestowed in ... |
|Cara 695 || dear, beloved; to increase or complain; ... not sanctioned by the Catholic Church ... |
|Carmel || fruit garden, fruitful land ... largely Catholic name has been adopted by English ... |
|Mercedes || mercy, grace; ransom, wage ... term is known from the Catholic holiday 'Maria de ... |
|Regina 581 || queen ... Catholic associations diminished the popularity of ... |
|Rosario || rosary ... has been an important Catholic symbol of devotion ... |
|Theresa || hunter; harvest; guardian; woman ... century, by when the Catholic association had been ... |