Top 100 Girl Names of 2003

A list of the top 100 girls names for 2003, including advice on choosing popular and unusual names for your baby girl.
  1. Emily
  2. Emma
  3. Madison
  4. Hannah
  5. Hailey
  6. Sarah
  7. Kaitlyn
  8. Isabella
  9. Olivia
  10. Abigail
  11. Madeline
  12. Kaylee
  13. Alyssa
  14. Grace
  15. Sophia
  16. Lauren
  17. Brianna
  18. Alexis
  19. Sydney
  20. Megan
  21. Chloe
  22. Ashley
  23. Samantha
  24. Taylor
  25. Elizabeth
  26. Anna
  27. Mia
  28. Kayla
  29. Makayla
  30. Riley
  31. Zoe
  32. Jordan
  33. Kylie
  34. Allison
  35. Katherine
  36. Rachel
  37. Lily
  38. Ella
  39. Julia
  40. Isabelle
  41. Natalie
  42. Morgan
  43. Ava
  44. Mackenzie
  45. Victoria
  46. Paige
  47. Abby
  48. Jessica
  49. Jasmine
  50. Savannah
  51. Arianna
  52. Maya
  53. Brooke
  54. Rebecca
  55. Katie
  56. Alexandra
  57. Jenna
  58. Gabriella
  59. Bailey
  60. Destiny
  61. Trinity
  62. Avery
  63. Caroline
  64. Nicole
  65. Faith
  66. Erin
  67. Amanda
  68. Gabrielle
  69. Audrey
  70. Molly
  71. Sophie
  72. Alexa
  73. Claire
  74. Aaliyah
  75. Leah
  76. Kate
  77. Skylar
  78. Mckenna
  79. Kennedy
  80. Peyton
  81. Lindsey
  82. Ashlyn
  83. Carly
  84. Marissa
  85. Gracie
  86. Sierra
  87. Lillian
  88. Jillian
  89. Reagan
  90. Shelby
  91. Amelia
  92. Jada
  93. Kendall
  94. Courtney
  95. Brooklyn
  96. Autumn
  97. Mary
  98. Amber
  99. Maggie
  100. Danielle

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My mum decided she wanted to have a simple name but spelt differently than the norm for me. This was a complete nightmare when I was growing up for no one could spell my name appart form my immediate family. My advice is if you are planing to name you baby keep the spelling simple. your baby will be special to you and different to anybody els so you dont need to worry about distinguishing by a fancy spelling that will tortue it through out its life.
by fbididthetrick 10th Nov 2008, 9:49am

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