61 18th names that mean 18th for girls, listing 18th baby names 21-40. Emeline, Evelina, Judy, Kizzy, Lavinia, Leslie, Louise, Lucinda, Malvina, Maria, Maryann, Matilda, Melina and Melinda are popular names. Forsythia, Gardenia, Horatia, Jacobina, Kezia and Meriel are uncommon names. View 18th baby names for name meanings, or search other baby names.
Emeline ... Norman name revived in the 18th century. 
Evelina ... name of Fanny Burney's popular 18th-century novel "Evelina". 
Forsythia ... the 18th-century botanist who classified it.
Gardenia ... the sweet-smelling flower named for the 18th-century Scottish naturalist Alexander Garden ...
Horatia ... The name was coined by the 18th-century admiral Lord Horatio Nelson for his daughter. 
Jacobina ... The name may be related to the romantic cause of the Scottish Jacobite movement of the 17th and 18th centuries to keep Stuart kings on the throne of England. 
Judy ... First used in the 18th century ... 
Kezia ... The name was adpoted by the Puritans and introduced to America in the 18th century. 
Kizzy ... Use of Kezia and its variants can be traced back to slave names since the 18th century. 
Lavinia ... and again used in the 18th century. 
Leslie ... first used as a given name in the 18th century ... 
Louise ... Louisa was more common in the 18th and 19th centuries ... 
Lucinda ... Popular in the 18th century ... 
Malvina ... Literary name coined by James Macpherson in the 18th century for a character in his Ossianic poems ... 
Maria ... Variant for Mary used in English-speaking countries in the 18th century ... 
Maryann ... An 18th-century blend of Mary and Ann ... 
Matilda ... It was revived in the 18th century for awhile ... 
Melina ... Mostly 18th century use ... 
Melinda ... Modern name coined in the 18th century from the word "melitus". 
Meriel ... In the 18th century it went across the English Channel and became Muriel ... 
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