100 Most Popular Baby Girl Names for 2015

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You’re pregnant with your dream baby, and you’ve just found out it’s a girl! Hurrah! Baby girls are such fun. Trust me, I know — my first is a daughter.

And one of the most fun things of all about baby girls are the gorgeous girls names to choose from. There are so many beauties, it’s hard to narrow it to just one. Need some help, or just happen to love seeing the latest and greatest in baby names? At your service, moms!

We’ve tapped into several sources to round up the most popular baby names for 2015 for girls, as well as the most sizzling baby-naming trends. So whether you’re stumped about what to call that little princess you’re expecting, want to see whether your daughter’s name is on the list, or just like reading this stuff for fun, you’ve come to the right place!

As far as this year’s girl name fads, unusual names ending in “ella” like Rosabella and Mirabella;  colorful names like Lavender, Scarlett and Violet; Scottish names like Fiona and Isla; and warm “South”-themed names like June and Georgia are all big. So are those ending in “o” sounds like Willow and Margo, and those with X’s or Z’s in them like Pixie, Roxana and Zoey. Piper and Hazel are also trendy this year.

If you’re more into traditional names, there are plenty of those on the list too.

Here are 100 of the most popular baby girl names of 2015, in no set order. Click on each one to learn more about the meaning and origin.

  1. Olivia
  2. Emma
  3. Abigail
  4. Ava
  5. Sophia
  6. Aubrey
  7. Madison
  8. Isabella
  9. Brooklyn
  10. Chloe
  11. Ellie
  12. Sofia
  13. Harper
  14. Amelia
  15. Leah
  16. Mia
  17. Avery
  18. Charlotte
  19. Lily
  20. Maya
  21. Autumn
  22. Lillian
  23. Anna
  24. Molly
  25. Zoey (variant Zoe)
  26. Ella
  27. Emily
  28. Hannah
  29. Grace
  30. Sophie
  31. Savannah
  32. Layla
  33. Kaylee
  34. Kelsey
  35. Sage
  36. Mirabella
  37. Arabella
  38. Rosabella
  39. Carolina
  40. Georgia
  41. Willow
  42. Margo (variant Margot)
  43. Juno
  44. Marlo (variant Marlow)
  45. Indigo
  46. Pixie
  47. Maxine
  48. Roxana
  49. Ida
  50. Tess
  51. Eva
  52. Violet
  53. Scarlett
  54. Mauve
  55. Lavender
  56. Lilac
  57. Crimson
  58. Magenta
  59. Blue
  60. Azure
  61. Piper
  62. Clementine
  63. Romaine
  64. Isla
  65. Elspeth
  66. Greer
  67. Flora
  68. Hazel
  69. McKenzie
  70. Addison
  71. Kendall
  72. Kennedy
  73. Bailey
  74. Elliot
  75. India
  76. Ireland
  77. Blake
  78. Parker
  79. Hunter
  80. Dylan
  81. Henley
  82. Gwyneth
  83. Hadlee
  84. Nora
  85. Dallas
  86. Saylor
  87. Kora
  88. Kaidence
  89. Elizabeth
  90. Fiona
  91. Isa
  92. Lia
  93. Michaela
  94. Evelyn
  95. Aria
  96. Claire
  97. Lucy
  98. Riley
  99. Ellie
  100. Victoria

 Is your baby name on the list? Check out our Most Popular Baby Boy Names of 2015!

About Catherine Donaldson-Evans

Catherine Donaldson-Evans is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in numerous publications.When she isn’t writing and editing, Catherine can be found chasing after a toddler, a baby and a husband – not necessarily in that order.
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