For Girls

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  • Hello Abigail Card



    Abigail is back in fashion after years of neglect. She’s become super popular in the US and well placed in the UK top 100

  • Hello Alice Card



    Alice has been consistently popular for the past 100 years, it derives from the old German meaning noble woman

  • Hello Alison Card



    Alison provided Chaucer with lots of fun, as the name he gave to the saucy wife in the Miller’s Tale. Very popular in the 70s

  • Hello Amelia Card



    Amelia Enjoyed a spectacular revival during this century to become the number one choice for girls from 2011 to 2014

  • Hello Ann Card



    Ann one of two variants of a name popular through British history, linked to a warm-hearted and generous character

  • Hello Anna Card



    Anna from the Hebrew name Hannah is linked to qualities of warm heartedness and taking on the burden of others

  • Hello Anne Card



    Anne a popular name across the centuries although less prominent in recent years. The Queen chose it for her daughter

  • Hello Anne_Marie Card



    A pretty combination of two names, Anne-Marie originally came to Britain from France and also became popular in Ireland

  • Hello Annie Card



    Annie sometimes given as a name in its own right although more often used as a familiar style of both Anne and Ann

  • Hello Barbara Card



    The name in Britain has generally carried a touch of class while in the US she became the famous Barbie doll

  • Hello Carol Card



    Carol hit a peak of popularity 1950 to 1970, often chosen by parents at Christmas time. Today it has rarity status.

  • Hello Caroline Card



    A name that’s always had a touch of class since the arrival of Caroline in England as George II’s influential queen.

  • Hello Catherine Card



    Meaning ‘pure’, Catherine has been popular since the Middle Ages and is now back into the British royal family

  • Hello Charlotte Card



    Charlotte has enjoyed a huge rise in popularity as part of the revival in classic Victorian and Edwardian names

  • Hello Christine Card



    Christine the anglicised version of Christina is one of the great names of Europe. Top ten in England until the 1960s

  • Hello Clare Card



    From the Latin clarus meaning light or put, Claire was a 20th century favourite, hugely popular in the 1970s

  • Clare


    Clare takes her name from St Clare of Assisi, founder of the order of Poor Clares in the 13th century and popular ever since

  • Hello Diana Card



    Diana named after the Roman goddess, beautiful and athletic. Her temple was one of the seven wonders of the world

  • Hello Diane Card



    Diane became the French version of Diana. Both names are linked to the Roman goddess, known by the Greeks as Artemis

  • Hello Eleanor Card



    Came to Britain with the marriage of Henry II to Eleanor of Aquitaine; she was a top 20 choice in the 1990s.

  • Hello Elizabeth Card



    Elizabeth the name of great queens, popular through the ages. The first we know of was mother of John the Baptist

  • Hello Ella Card



    Ella arrived in Britain with the Normans then vanished. More recently she has been among the most popular names

  • Hello Ellie Card



    Ellie is frequently a shortened version of Eleanor and is also given to girls in its own right, at times more popular than Eleanor

  • Hello Emily Card



    Emily is by popular consent a name that carries the virtues of a complete sweetheart, friendly, feminine and funny