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The Top 50 New Baby Girl Names of 2013
Baby girl names of 2013 are all about being unique. The big trends this year are different spellings, names ending in -Lynn, names with spiritual meanings, and of course, names inspired by celebrities and pop culture. These aren’t the most popular girl names for 2013, but the top “new” or unique names. Click through to see all of the top 50 new baby girl names of 2013…
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A unique, Old German name meaning “noble kind.”
Adalynn is a variation of Adelaide. Keep clicking for more spellings of this name…
Add an “E” and drop an “N”
Names ending in -Lynn are HUGE this year!
Arabella means “prayerful.” How about “Bella” or “Bell” for short?
This name is of Hebrew origin and means “lioness.”
Here’s another variation, spelling with a “Y.”
This is a unique spelling of the name “Ariel.”
This name is of Greek origin and means “wise.”
A variation on the girls name, “Avery.”
Ayla is a Hebrew name, meaning “deer” or “gazelle.”
Another new trend this year is spelling variation! Here’s a switch on the classic name, “Bailey.”
A unique name, coming from the name “Gabrielle.”
A new name, coming from the name, “Bryn.”
Instead of “Callie,” here’s a simple spelling.
Or, spell it with a “K.”
Catalina is Greek for “Catherine” and means “pure.”
Charlee is switching over to the girls’ side!
Here’s the more traditional spelling…
Elisa means “god’s promise.”
Eloise is an old-fashioned version of “Louise” that means “famous warrior.”
Elsie is a cute name from both Scottish and Hebrew origin.
Emery is a new name, with a cute spelling.
Instead of “Amelia,” here’s a spelling with an “E.”
Fiona is an old-fashioned name that’s making a come-back.
Another timeless name, with an updated spelling.
Originally a boy’s name, this one is now gender-neutral!
This unique name is on the rise, due to Beyonce’s daughter, Blue Ivy.
A variation of the girl’s name, “Jay.”
A fun spelling on a timeless name. Juliette means “love’s child.”
Using a “K” instead of a “C,” this name means “helper” or “perfect.”
Logan, typically a boy’s name, means “hollow.”
Lucille, or “Lucy” means “light.”
Luna is Latin for “moon.”
Marilyn is coming back! This name means “star of the sea.”
Mila means “miracle.”
Here’s a similar name, that means “merciful.”
This one is pretty self-explanatory!
A variation of “Eleanor,” this name means “honor” or “shining light.”
A name inspired by the Scottish fabric design…
Paris is another gender-neutral name, making a comeback!
Perla is the Latin name for “Pearl.”
A variation of the name, “Rae.”
Here’s another -Lynn name!
A variation of “Rosa,” this name means “rose garden.”
Rowan means “red berry tree.”
Skylar is a variation of “Skye” that means “fugitive.”
Here’s the same name with a different spelling.
A variation of the name “Vivian” that means “lively.”
Yaretzi is Aztec for “you will always be loved.”