63 18th names that mean 18th for girls, listing 18th baby names 1-20. Ada, Amelia, Angela, Becky, Betty, Cassandra, Cecilia, Christian, Clarinda, Connie, Dahlia, Daphne and Dorinda are popular names. Araminta, Azalea, Begonia, Candia, Chloris, Cinnamon and Elita are uncommon names. View 18th baby names for name meanings, search 18th names for boys, or search other baby names.
Ada ... Not in common use before the late 18th century. 
Amelia ... An 18th-century Princess Amelia brought the name to Britain ... 
Angela ... which became popular in Britain and America from the 18th century ... 
Araminta ... Invented by an 18th-century English playwright.
Azalea ... First coined in the 18th century. 
Becky ... and popular in the 18th and 19th centuries ... 
Begonia ... an 18th-century governor of Santo Domingo.
Betty ... First became popular in the 18th century ... 
Candia ... and established by the late 18th century ...
Cassandra ... The name was occasionally used from the Middle Ages until the 18th century. 
Cecilia ... The Latinate form Cecilia came into use in the 18th century ... 
Chloris ... and was used by Augustan poets of the 17th and 18th centuries ... 
Christian ... but by the 18th century ... 
Cinnamon ... though it has been recorded as a masculine slave name in the 18th century ... 
Clarinda ... Poet Robert Burns (18th century) also used the name Clarinda in his poems. 
Connie ... used as an independent name among English speakers since the 18th century. 
Dahlia ... Also the flower named for 18th-century Swedish botanist Anders Dahl. 
Daphne ... but disappeared until the 18th century ... 
Dorinda ... A name with the -inda suffix coined by English poets in the 18th century. 
Elita ... which came in the 18th century from French "Úlire" meaning "to choose" ... 
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