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Girl Names of Opera theme

Opera names for baby girls, with 34 entries. Whether stage operas or soap operas, names of characters that are featured on these entertainment media usually gain some popularity among parents. For example, the French opera Carmen contributed to the name’s widespread use in the 19th century and beyond. Opera names are popular as baby girl names, and they are also regarded as trendy. Their usage peaked in 1928 with 4.008% of baby girls being given Opera names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 17 Opera names. The names have slipped in popularity since then. In 2017, their total usage was 1.705% with 11 Opera names listed among the top 1000, appearing with somewhat increasing regularity in the recent decade. Among all Opera names, Aria (English, Hebrew, and Italian) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #20 and a usage of 0.3804%.


Adinaslender, delicate; noble, honorable; ... language of origin is Germanic and Hebrew ... form of Ada ...

Aidahelpful; returning, visitor; labor, ... language of origin is Old French, and it is ... derivative of Ada ...

Alexisdefender; defender of men ... language of origin is Old Greek ... predominantly used in English, German, ...

Almanourishing, kind; work; girl, secret; ... has its origins in the Latin language ... form of Alumit ...

Ariasong, melody, air ... has its origins in the Latin language ... used largely in English, Hebrew, and ... R ...

Arleneorigin, as well as its use, is in the English ... form Arline was first invented by Michael ...

BessGod is perfection, God is my oath ... language of origin is Hebrew, and it is ... contraction of Elizabeth ...

Brunhildearmour, protection; battle, fight ... primarily used in the Dutch and ... of Germanic origin ...

Carmenfruit garden, fruitful land; song ... has its origins in the Hebrew language ... an all-time favorite ...

Charleneman, free man; coral; maiden, virgin; ... has its origins in the Germanic ... form of Caroline ...

Delilahweak, poor; delight; to tease, to flirt ... largely used in the English and German ... was #115 in rank then ...

Dorisbountiful; of the Dorian tribe; ... language of origin is Old Greek ... primarily used in the English language ...

Eleanorbright one, shining one; ali; god ... an English name of Old Provençal ... derivative of Helen ...

ElsaGod is perfection, God is my oath; ... an English, Scandinavian, Spanish, ... derivative of Alice ...

Elviratrue to all, truly foreign, truly ... of Gothic origin ... used mainly in English, German, Italian, ...

Enabeaded, adorned; kernel; bright ... has its origins in the Latin language ... form of Eithne ...

Fallondescendent of Fallamhan; descendant ... language of origin is Celtic and it is ... a rare baby girl name ...

Idalabor, work; woman, virgin ... has its origins in the Germanic language ... rare as a baby girl name ...

Iolantheviolet flower ... used predominantly in the English ... name appears to be a relatively recent ...

Isoldeof unknown origin, and it is used ... name could be from Essylt (Old Irish), or ...

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