There are 11 Catholic names for baby girls.
Catholic names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. Their usage peaked in 1938 with 3.830% of baby girls being given Catholic names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 7 Catholic names. The names have substantially slipped in popularity since then, and are currently of modest use. In 2015, their total usage was only 0.183% with 5 Catholic names listed among the top 1000. Among all Catholic names, Angela (Dutch, English, German, Italian, Romanian, Russian, Slavic, and Spanish) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #220 and a usage of 0.0765%.
|Angela|| 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|| house of figs; daughter of Yahweh; ... been a popular Roman Catholic name, often bestowed in ... |
|Cara|| 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|| 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 ... |