Old-fashioned baby names– or names that were popular several generations ago– appeal to many parents. Many of these names have not been used much for many years, and therefore they have a surprisingly “fresh” feel to them. On the other hand, because these are old names, they have a classic appeal as well. Old-fashioned names often have a quaint cuteness that befits a little girl, but also are substantial enough to follow a girl into adulthood.
If you’re looking for an old-fashioned name for a baby girl, here’s a guide to help you out.
Trendy Old-Fashioned Names
Since old-fashioned names have a wide appeal, some of them have caught on and become trendy. If you’d rather use a more unusual name, these are names to avoid. On the other hand, if you’d like to give your child an old-fashioned name that doesn’t stand out as too unusual, consider these popular choices for your little girl.
Up and Coming Old-Fashioned Names
These old-fashioned names haven’t become as widely used as the trendy names, but they’re gaining in popularity and may become trendy in years to come. Consider these names if you’d like to give a child a name that’s fairly common, but not too common.
Unusual Old-Fashioned Names
These are old-fashioned names that haven’t been rediscovered yet, but that have a fresh enough feel to work for a little girl in the modern world. Give these a try if you want to give a girl a unique spin on the old-fashioned name trend.
Old-Fashioned Names to Avoid
Some old-fashioned names probably aren’t coming back any time soon. These names don’t just sound old-fashioned– they sound old.