Girl Names of Village theme

Village names for baby girls, with 29 entries. Village names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity increased from the 1910s up to the 1990s. Their usage peaked in 1991 with 0.512% of baby girls being given Village names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 2 Village names. The names have slipped in popularity since then. In 2018, their total usage was 0.103% with 3 Village names listed among the top 1000. Among all Village names, Ainsley (English and Scottish) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #399 and a usage of 0.0416%.
wood, clearing, meadow, one, only, ... has its origins in the Old English ... was #336 in rank then ...
chardonnay ... language of origin is French and it is used ... name refers to chardonnay, a variety of grape ...
coal town, Cola's town, Koli's town ... of Old English origin and it is used ... not in the top 1000 names ...
deer town, farmstead where deer ... of Old Norse origin and it is used ... rare as a baby girl name ...
friend of the village ... origin is Old Greek ... infrequently used as a baby name for ...
Emmaus ... used mostly in the English language and ... a village mentioned in the New ...
she who is noble and protects the ... derived from Germanic origins ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...
noble one who protects her village ... has its origins in the Germanic ... rare as a baby girl name ...
from the wealthy village ... derived from Hebrew origins ... irregularly used as a baby girl name ...
ocean village ... origin and use are both in the Japanese ... somewhat popular as a baby girl name ...
from the church village ... language of origin is Middle English and it is ... an unusual baby girl name ...
village ... mainly used in the Hebrew language and ... rarely used as a baby name for girls ...
shed, hostel ... largely used in the Spanish language and ... first name is derived from the name of the ...
she who judges her village well ... of Old Greek origin ... not frequently used as a baby girl ...
friend of the village ...The origin of Liduvina is the Germanic language ... an infrequently used baby name for ...
she who protects her village ... language of origin is Germanic ... an uncommon baby girl name ...
strength of the village ... origin is Germanic ... not commonly used as a baby girl ...
loved by the village ... derived from Slavonic origins ... unusual as a baby girl name ...
of Magdala ... has its origins in the Hebrew language ... used largely in Czech, Dutch, English, ...
from the village near the pond ... has its origins in the English language ... not in the top 1000 names ...
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