There are 10 Lost names for baby girls.
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 2015, their combined usage was 1.100% 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 #7 and a usage of 0.6362%.
|Lorna|| from Lorne; Marquis of Lorne; laurel, ... element lorn meaning 'lost, forsaken'. ... |
|Lyonesse|| from the lost land ...The meaning of Lyonesse is 'from the lost land'. ... |
|Pahana|| a lost white-skinned sibling ... name Pahana means 'a lost white-skinned ... |
|Perdita|| lost ... to her as it meant 'lost' ... |
|Vondila|| woman who lost a child ...The name Vondila means woman who lost a child. ... |
|Abigail|| my father rejoices, joy of my father ... century and therefore lost some of its popularity ... |
|Alice|| of a noble kind; noble, honorable; ... lost its popularity by the 17th century, having ... |
|Audrey|| noble strength ... name has since lost much of its previous ... |
|Lenore|| bright one, shining one; bright ... Edgar Allan Poe for the lost love of the narrator in ... |
|Rosaline|| horse shield of lime wood; pretty ... comedy Love's Labour's Lost (1598). ... |