Girl Names of Dickens theme

Dickens names are rather popular as baby girl names. Their usage peaked in 1921 with 4.920% of baby girls being given Dickens names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 13 Dickens names. The names have slipped in popularity since then, and they are of moderate use in recent times. In 2018, their total usage was 1.325% with 9 Dickens names listed among the top 1000, appearing with somewhat increasing regularity in the recent decade. Among all Dickens names, Emily (English) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #12 and a usage of 0.4689%.

beloved ... language of origin is Latin and it is ... name is Anglicized from Amee, itelf ...
dust, whitish red, pink, woman from Africa, excellent, most important, first-born child ...variant of Afra ...
God is perfection, God is my oath ... largely used in the English language and ... was #228 in rank then ...
exalted one ... used predominantly in English, Irish, ... name Brighid was borne in Irish mythology by ...
charity ... of Latin and English origin, and it is ... name is derived from the English word, which ...
clear, bright, famous ... language of origin is Latin and it is ... was used as a medieval form of Clara, ...
gift of god, pain, doll, pain, gift of god ... has its origins in the Old Greek and ... diminutive of Dolores ...
gift, gift of god, gift of Isis ... mainly used in the English, French, ... form of Dorothy ...
gift of god ... of Old Greek origin and it is used ... name was borne by two early Christian ...
bright one, shining one, ali, god ... an English name of Old Provençal ... derivative of Helen ...
imitating, rivaling, work, imitating, ... has its origins in the Latin language and ... form of Amelia ...
star ... used chiefly in the Dutch, English, ... first name could also be from the Persian ...
mercy, mercy, grace, ransom, wage ... used predominantly in English, and its ... contracted form of Mercedes ...
merry, mercy, sea of bitterness, ... of Hebrew, English, and Welsh origin ... used mainly in English ...
war horn, bright one, shining one, ... has its origins in the Latin, Old Provençal, ... form of Cornelia ...
star ... of Latin origin ... used mainly in the English, German, and ... was #63 in rank then ...






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