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2 Winning names and what they mean, for winning for baby girls, listing 1-2.
Alana .. Award-winning pop vocalist Alanis Morissette ..
Gigi .. Literary: the name of a young girl in a French novel by Colette, later made into an award-winning stage play and movie musical, with glamorous and "gamine" charm given the name by Leslie Caron's performance.
Alana and Gigi are commonly used names. (2000 U.S. Census)
Featured categories: admirable, agreeable, attractive, charming, conquest, delightful, exotic, glamorous, lovable, lovely, pleasing, powerful, seductive, strong, successful, sweet, victorious, victory.
Randi .. Feminine of Randy, or short form of Miranda (Latin) "admirable" ..
Winsome .. (Old English) "Agreeable."
Alcina .. Literary: Italian poet Ludovico Ariosto used the name Alcina for a mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the 16th century Orlando poems.
Angelica .. (Latin) "Angelic." ..
Marianne .. Annemarie is another name that blends the names of the Virgin Mary and her mother, thus appealing to Catholic families ..
Babe .. Also short for "baby", and a term for an attractive woman ..
Circe .. The name is associated with a "bewitching" woman.
Rana .. (Arabic) "Beautiful, eye-catching."
Nazneen .. (Farsi) "Charming." ..
Aubrey .. Originally a man's name, from Norman French, that arrived in England with the Norman Conquest ..
Soubrette .. It describes a comic female character who is young and girlish, constantly coquettish and gossipy, and usually a chambermaid.
Hedy .. (Greek, Hebrew) "Delightful, sweet." ..
Desiree .. Parents often use this name as suggesting that the child will grow up to be a desirable woman ..
Alysia .. (Greek) "Entrancing." ..
Leila .. Used by authors for the names of exotic female characters in the early 19th century ..
Sheherezade .. So fascinating were Sheherazade's stories, however, that the king let her live so that he could keep hearing them ..
Chelsea .. 20th-century coinage and place name, in reference to the glamorous district in London and several places in America, the earliest of which, in Maryland, was named in 1739 ..
Amabel .. (Latin) "Lovable, amiable." ..
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