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Page 14 of 21. 401 Century names related to or that mean century for girls, listing Century baby names 261-280. Louise, Lucille, Lucinda, Lucy, Lynette, Maggie, Magnolia, Mahalia, Maida, Malvina, Marcella, Marcia, Margery, Marguerite, Maria, Marie, Marietta and Marion are popular names. Lucetta and Maeve are uncommon names. View Century baby names below for name meanings.


Louise ... Saint Louise (16th century) was co-founder with Saint Vincent de Paul of the nursing order Daughters of Charity ...
[Aloisa, Aloise, Aloysia, Eloisa, Eloise, ... 32 more]

Lucetta ... Mostly 19th century use.
[Loucetta, Loucette, Lucette]

Lucille ... Lucilla was used by the Romans and revived in the 19th century ...
[Loucille, Luciela, Lucienne, Lucila, Lucile, ... 5 more]

Lucinda ... Popular in the 18th century ...
[Cindy, Loucinda, Lucena, Lucina, Lucinda, ... 2 more]

Lucy ... The feast day of Saint Lucy (fourth century) ...
[Lou, Loulou, Lu, Luce, Lucetta, ... 22 more]

Lynette ... Its first use was by 19th-century British poet Tennyson ...
[Lanette, Linett, Linette, Linnet, Lynelle, ... 5 more]

Maeve ... name of the powerful and legendary warrior queen of pre-Christian Ireland (first century) ...
[Mave, Meave]

Maggie ... Used as an independent name in the late 19th century ...
[Magali, Maggey, Maggi, Maggy, Magli, ... 1 more]

Magnolia ... named after 17th-century French botanist Pierre Magnol.
[Maggie, Maggy, Nola]

Mahalia ... Biblical name that was well used in the 19th century ...
[Mahala, Mahalah, Mahalath, Mahali, Mahalee, ... 4 more]

Maida ... Maida and its diminutive form Maidie were used somewhat in the 19th century.
[Maddie, Maddy, Mady, Magda, Maidel, ... 4 more]

Malvina ... Literary name coined by James Macpherson in the 18th century for a character in his Ossianic poems ...
[Mal, Malva, Malvie, Maveena, Mavina, ... 5 more]

Marcella ... Saint Marcella (fourth century) was a cultivated woman of ability who was killed during the sack of Rome ...
[Marcela, Marcele, Marcelina, Marcelinda, Marceline, ... 19 more]

Marcia ... Used in Imperial Rome and revived in the late 19th century ...
[Marcella, Marcena, Marcene, Marchita, Marci, ... 18 more]

Margery ... Brought to England in the 12th century and used somewhat until a late-19th-century revival ...
[Marchery, Marge, Margeree, Margerey, Margerie, ... 12 more]

Marguerite ... and popular in the late 19th century ...
[Margarite, Margaruite, Marghanita, Margherita, Margherite, ... 2 more]

Maria ... Variant for Mary used in English-speaking countries in the 18th century ... Revived in the 20th century due to the popularity of "West Side Story" ...
[Maree, Mariah, Marialena, Marialinda, Marialisa, ... 12 more]

Marie ... Earliest English form of the name which was revived in the 19th century ...
[Maree]

Marietta ... Common since the mid 19th century ...
[Maretta, Mariet, Mariette, Maryetta]

Marion ... but revived in the 19th century ...
[Marian, Maryon, Maryonn]

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Top 1000 ranking of Century names: Louise, Lucille, Lucinda, Lucy, Lynette, Maeve, Maggie, Magnolia, Maida, MalvinaTop 1000 ranking of Century names: Marcella, Marcia, Margery, Marguerite, Maria, Marie, Marietta, Marion

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