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  • Happy Birthday Katy Card



    Katy broke into the top 100 list of names during the 1980s, this is now the less frequent alternative spelling of Katie

  • Happy Birthday Laura Card



    Laura comes from the Latin laurus for laurel and has often been associated with outstanding achievement, especially in sport

  • Happy Birthday Lily Card



    There has been a rapid rise in popularity for both Lily and Lilly in the past 20 years as part of an Edwardian revival

  • Happy Birthday Louise Card



    Originally the French female version of Louis, Louise became popular in Britain in 20th century. A favourite of European aristos

  • Happy Birthday Lucy Card



    Lucy brightens up the world, from the Roman Lucia meaning light. For the past 30 years Lucy has been a top 20 choice

  • Happy Birthday Maddy Card



    A popular shortening of Madeleine that was originally a French name. It has risen to prominence this century

  • Happy Birthday Madeleine card



    Madeleine is really a French name deriving from Mary Magdalene whose remains were thought to have turned up in France.

  • Maggie


    Frequently shortened version of Margaret, a classic name for royalty and hugely popular during early and mid-20th century

  • Happy Birthday Margaret Card



    Margaret classic name for queens and churches and a certain prime minister. Hugely popular during mid-20th century

  • Happy Birthday Mary card



    For years the most popular name for girls – and churches. Now she has a more exclusive place outside the top 100

  • Megan


    The name became established in Wales as an alternative version of Margaret and grew in popularity far beyond Welsh borders. Megan was in the UK top ten in the mid-1990s and has been a popular choice in the US for years.

  • Happy Birthday Melissa Card



    Melissa has an enchanting history from Greek mythology when she looked after baby Jupiter – means honeybee.

  • Happy Birthday Michelle card



    She came to prominence in the UK the 1960s, helped by the Beatles song. She has been a particular favourite in the US

  • Nicky


    Friends and relatives and people called Nicola will often prefer to use the short form of the name that was a favourite in the 1970s

  • Happy Birthday Nicola Card



    Nicola was especially popular through the 1970s. Originally from Greek, the name translates as victory of the people. This card tells brief life stories of famous people called Nicola

  • Happy Birthday Nicole Card



    A card to celebrate Nicole, female equivalent of Nicholas and meaning victorious people. She was a particularly popular choice in the 1960s

  • Birthday Card Olivia Card



    A name that came from virtual obscurity to enjoy a big burst of popularity, reaching the top spot in England in 2010

  • Happy Birthday Pam Card



    The frequently used short form of Pamela, a name that gained popularity through heroines in poetry and fiction

  • Happy Birthday Pamela Card



    A name created by poet Philip Sidney in the 16th century for his romance Arcadia, hit a height of popularity in the 1940s

  • Happy Birthday Patricia Card



    Patricia has noble Roman origins and was once one the the most popular names in Britain, now she’s quite rare

  • Happy Birthday Penelope Card



    A proud name regaining popularity, Penelope goes back to ancient Greece where she was the faithful wife of Odysseus

  • Happy Birthday Penny Card



    The popular short form of Penelope, a name that goes back to ancient Greece and is once more rising up the chart

  • Happy Birthday Phoebe Card



    Phoebe is resplendent with legend and the status of moon goddess. Meaning bright and shining, a longtime popular choice

  • Happy Birthday Rachel Card



    Rachel first known as the mother of Joseph, the son who wore the coat of many colours in the Bible – and in the West End musical