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Girl Names with 3 syllables

There are 6017 3-syllable names for baby girls.

3-syllable names are very popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity increased from the 1900s up to the 1980s. Their usage peaked in 1982 with 28.936% of baby girls being given 3-syllable names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 285 3-syllable names. The names have slipped in popularity since then. In 2012, their total usage was 21.765% with 288 3-syllable names listed among the top 1000. Among all 3-syllable names, Sophia (English, German, Greek, Italian, and Russian) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #1 and a usage of 1.1531%.

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A'isha alive, she who lives ... used chiefly in the Arabic and English ... Its origin is Arabic ... variant of Aisha ...

Aailyah ascent; noble, honorable; ornament, ... language of origin is Hebrew ... variant of Aaliya ...

Aaliyah Popularity Trend of Aaliyah
from 1900 to 2012. 
2012 Rank: 36 36 ascent; noble, honorable; ornament, ... largely used in the Arabic and English ... Its origin is Hebrew ...

Aamina feel safe; faithful, truthful, trustworthy ... used chiefly in Arabic, English, and ... variant of Amina ...

Aamira full of life ... language of origin is Arabic ... predominantly used in the Arabic and ...

Aaralyn language of origin is English-American and it is ... not popular as a baby girl name ...

Aarya of noble birth, of a noble lord; ... language of origin is Sanskrit ... not often used as a baby girl name ...

Ababuo child that returns ... origin and use are both in the African language ... an uncommon baby girl name ...

Abana born on Tuesday ... largely used in African, Akan, and ... variant transcription of Abena ...

Abbigail Popularity Trend of Abbigail
from 1900 to 2012. 
2012 Rank: 621 621 my father rejoices, joy of my father ... language of origin is Hebrew, and it is used ...

Abeba flower ... origin, as well as its use, is in the African ... an uncommon baby name for girls ...

Abebe grown ... has its origins in the African language ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...

Abebi grown; we asked for her, now she ... language of origin is African-Yoruba and ...

Abela breath, vapor; source of life ... has its origins in the Hebrew language ... variation of Abelia ...

Abella breath, vapor; source of life ... has its origins in the Hebrew language ... variant transcription of Abelia ...

Abelo free gift ... of African origin and it is also used ... not popular as a baby girl name ...

Abena born on Tuesday ... has its origins in the African-Akan ... used largely in African and Akan ...

Abeni we asked for her, now she is ours; ... of African-Yoruba and African-Akan ... used mainly in Yoruban ...

Abeo I bring joy ... of African origin and it is also used ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...

Aberdeen a woman from a city in northeast ... language of origin is Scottish ... not popular as a baby name for girls ...


Popularity Trend
for 3-syllable Names
from 1900 to 2012Variant Popularity Chart
for 3-syllable Names
in 2006