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Surname Names for girls
Page 1/12. Last names are used as first names because of their exotic nature, not just because they belong to the family tree. 110 Surname names and what they mean, for surname for females. Here is the list of Surname names for boys. These girl names reached the height of their popularity in 1998 and are somewhat less popular today, with names like Beverly, Carrie, Brandy, Lynn and Kay falling out of fashion. The trendier baby names in recent years are Sloane, Blake, Quinn, Blair and Parker.
Adair .. Also a Scottish surname.
Addison .. Surname used as a given name.
Ainsley .. Also transferred use of the Scottish surname Ainslie, which is borne by a powerful family long established in Scotland.
Alison .. May have originated as a surname, meaning "Alice's son" ..
Almeda .. Also possibly derived from the Spanish surname Almeida, from the Arabic phrase "al ma'ida", meaning "plateau".
Alison and Almeda are commonly used names, while Adair, Addison and Ainsley are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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A to Z Index of all names (with variants) for girls
[Adair - Almeda]
[Arden - Blair]
[Blake - Camellia]
[Cameron - Chanel]
[Cherry - Darnell]
[Day - Jamison]
[Jodelle - Laine]
[Lane - Mallory]
[Marlo - Paris]
[Parker - Skyler]
[Sloane - Tori]
[Toya - Wistar]
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