Best Baby Girl Names in 2020

Written by Louise Grey

With a newborn baby herself, Louise has been reviewing products on the baby market for a number of years and prides herself on a unique take on every product she reviews!
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Last Updated 09/15/2020

Best Baby Girl Names for 2020

Having a baby girl and struggling to find a name for that precious baby girl, well this guide hopes to help in the search for that perfect name. Choosing a name is arguably one of the most exciting and important tasks a new parent has to face in the leading 9 months up to the birth of your amazing baby girl.

So, to help you find the most popular and best baby girl names in 2020, we compiled a list to show you the most trending and most used baby girl names.

Talking baby girl names, Emma has had a good run being the number 1 baby girl name in the united states from 2014 – 2018 but when the social security administration (SSA) released the list for baby names in 2019 Emma has knocked off the top spot and was de-throned by Olivia.

In addition to the governing bodies over baby naming, Nameberry keeps track of its users’ interest and catches names that are gaining in popularity before they hit the list of the SSA, According to the site a few of the most popular Baby girl names include Maeve, Luna, Aurora, Isla.

Birthstone Names for Girls

Another trend that is taking the nation by storm is names inspired by gemstones and has seen a huge rise in interest for girl names (Even some boys). Of jewel inspired names there has been a huge rise in lookups for Amethyst and Emerald, some names have become popular because of these names including Esmeralda and Esme.

Unisex Girls Names

Baby Centre has found during there years of research that some of the names that are in the blue column (Boys Names) have starting to drift over for girls’ names these include Max, Drew, Stevie, Drew, Ryan and Tyler. They have predicted to see a huge rise in these names for the coming years due to the diversity of gender range and having non-binary children.

Emma
Olivia
Ava
Isabella
Sophia
Charlotte
Mia
Amelia
Harper
Evelyn
Abigail
Emily
Elizabeth
Mila
Ella
Avery
Sofia
Camila
Aria
Scarlett
Victoria
Madison
Luna
Grace
Chloe
Penelope
Layla
Riley
Zoey
Nora
Lily
Eleanor
Hannah
Lillian
Addison
Aubrey
Ellie
Stella
Natalie
Zoe
Leah
Hazel
Violet
Aurora
Savannah
Audrey
Brooklyn
Bella
Claire
Skylar
Lucy
Paisley
Everly
Anna
Caroline
Nova
Genesis
Emilia
Kennedy
Samantha
Maya
Willow
Kinsley
Naomi
Aaliyah
Elena
Sarah
Ariana
Allison
Gabriella
Alice
Madelyn
Cora
Ruby
Eva
Serenity
Autumn
Adeline
Hailey
Gianna
Valentina
Isla
Eliana
Quinn
Nevaeh
Ivy
Sadie
Piper
Lydia
Alexa
Josephine
Emery
Julia
Delilah
Arianna
Vivian
Kaylee
Sophie
Brielle
Madeline

Conclusion

For the last decade, most of the common girl’s names have reigned champion in the running’s for the most popular name (Ava, Emma, Olivia, Sophia and Isabella) however they seem to be taking a decrease in recent years due to some more diversity in the naming game, Mia, for example, is on the rise to the top coming from 10th in 2010 to number 6 in 2017 and also the name charlotte went from number 46 to 6 in 2018 which was a huge rise in the name.

Its massively clear that hipster baby girl names are so popular, from 2017-18 the names that increased in popularity were all very unusual which should show us the same upwards trend for 2020 and 2021, just to show an example Dior jumped 566 sports last year from 2017 which is a huge jump for a girls name like that.

We hope you enjoyed our top 100 list of Baby girl names and hopefully, it helps in the run-up to naming your beautiful baby girl on decision day!