Derived from the Greeks and meaning "wisdom," everyone will adore your little scholar with this very fitting name. Read more: Baby names: 14 names inspired by literature>
However you decide to spell it, this moniker is the epitome of fearlessness and adventure—just look at Red Bull athlete and big wave surfer, Maya Gabeira.
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Your special girl can share a name with the adorable Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. Even if she isn't actual royalty, she'll always be your little princess.
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Everyone's favourite and the most down-to-earth Kardashian has made waves, just like her name this past year. She's silly, cute and gives great advice. If you want to make it a little different, you can spell it with a "K."
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So simple and chic, Ava is a beautiful name for your precious lil' babe. And it will never go out of style—just ask Reese Witherspoon's daughter Ava. Read more: 6 baby name trends for 2016>
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This is a sweet name that describes a striving and ambitious person—everything you hope your little girl will be. Read more: John Krasinski and Emily Blunt are expecting baby #2>
Your little girl just might be a future comedian who'll keep you laughing, like Leah Remini. (Fun fact: It's also the name of our deputy editor at Today's Parent, Leah Rumack)
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This name, with Hebrew origins, is the name of many powerful and successful women, including Abigail Breslin. It's modern, yet has an old school feel about it. What's even cuter is the nickname "Abby" that goes with it.
Nothing says stylish more than Victoria Beckham. Let your little fashionista strut her stuff with this beautiful, classic name.
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This name is spot on for your curious little lady. Maybe she'll be a detective, or mystery novelist—either way, she'll be an adventure-seeker like the lead in Alice in Wonderland.
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Even if your future daughter doesn't know it yet, this name rocked an entire generation via the Twilight saga, and is one most will not soon forget. "Bella" is a perfect nickname, and is Italian for "beautiful."
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This name is fun and unique, just like your little bundle of joy. Plus, it's a great unisex name. There are many male and female Averys out there!
Bippity boppity boo! Who better to name your little princess after than one of Disney's most popular characters? After all, Cinderella's actual name is "Ella," but her evil stepsisters gave her the added nickname. Either way, your little belle of the ball will have a striking name to remember. Read more: Cinderella: Our review of the enchanting remake>
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Give your babe a floral-inspired name like Lily, which means "innocent." The name is often a shortform for Lillian and Lilith.
With this name, your little girl will surely be ambitious, strong and may possibly even set world records, like Amelia Earhart. She will be destined to do great things!
You can have a little Hannah banana running around, and you'll never get sick of it. The name is of Hebrew origin, and means "grace."
Your special diva will rock the name "Eva," which is sweet for a baby and sophisticated for when she's older. Just look at all the famous women who pull it off, including Eva Longoria and Eva Mendes.
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Your daughter will help this beautiful name live on, just like the legend herself, Audrey Hepburn. What name says poise, grace and class more than the name of the Breakfast at Tiffany's star? It's a tough one to beat.
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This literally translates to "princess"—how perfect for your little bundle of joy! She will rule the world, even before she can speak or walk. All your precious girl needs is a tiara.
Fun fact: Originally Evelyn was considered a masculine name. But now this French name, meaning "wished for child," is hugely popular for little girls.
This classic name is making a comeback! One of the first celeb babies to have this moniker, meaning "flourishing," is Candice Accola's baby girl, Florence May King. Doesn't that have a perfect ring to it?
Just like Aria Montgomery on the hit TV series Pretty Little Liars, your fun, stylish and courageous girl will suit this name perfectly. Make room for her wardrobe!
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