Girl Names Ending with -ope

-ope names are somewhat popular as baby girl names, and they are also regarded as trendy. The names' popularity has been growing since the 1900s. Their usage peaked recently in 2017 with 0.439% of baby girls being given -ope names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 3 -ope names. In 2018, their total usage was 0.437% with 3 -ope names listed among the top 1000. Among all -ope names, Penelope (English and German) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #26 and a usage of 0.3507%.

against hole, against voice, against ... derived from Old Greek origins ... not regularly used as a baby girl ...
beautiful voice ...has its origins in the Old Greek language ... variant transcription of Calliope ...
beautiful voice ... of Old Greek origin ... derivative of Calliope ... rare as a baby girl name ...
beautiful voice ... used chiefly in the Greek and ... name was borne by the muse of epic poetry, ...
derived from Old Greek origins ... mythology, a princess who was the sister of ...
The origin of Driope is the Old Greek language ... variant transcription of Dryope ...
origin is Old Greek ... mythology, a woman who was turned into a black ... unusual as a baby girl name ...
hope, enclosed valley ... has its origins in the English language and ... often associated with the Christian ...
beautiful voice ... of Old Greek origin, and it is used ... variant of Calliope ...
origin is Old Greek ... derivative of Liriope ... not commonly used as a baby girl ...
origin is Old Greek ... mythology, a nymph and the mother of ... rare as a baby girl name ...
origin is Old Greek ... In mythology, one of the Pleiades ... a baby girl name of irregular use ...
maiden face ... has its origins in the Old Greek ... rare as a baby girl name ...
duck, thread, web, voice ...is of Old Greek origin ... variant transcription of Penelope ...
duck, thread, web, voice ... used chiefly in English and German, ... name is derived from either the Greek ...
duck, thread, web, voice ... of Old Greek origin ... variant form of Penelope ... not in the top 1000 names ...
derived from Old Greek origins ... In mythology, one of the daughters of Asopus ... not in the top 1000 names ...
the gemstone ...The origin of Tope is the English language ... diminutive of Topaz ...







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