8 Awesome United States Inspired Girl Names

VIRGINIA
popularity rank in the US:. # 581

meaning: virgin, pure

as the birthplace of eight US presidents than any other state in the Commonwealth of Virginia is rich in American history. A variant of the old Roman name Verginia, this nickname America was a top-10 name in the 1920s, thanks in part to the famous author Virginia Woolf.

DAKOTA
popularity rank in the US: # 285 (girls). # 360 (children)

Meaning: The allies

shared by actresses Dakota Johnson Dakota Fanning, this Native American name referring to a Sioux tribe is also sometimes used for children.

CAROLINA
popularity rank in the US:. # 407

Meaning: Free Man

Female Charles, this name in German is an alternative to Popular Caroline (No. 58). Synonymous with fashion (I think Carolina Herrera), which promotes two states, one of which inspired James Taylor classic song, “Carolina in my mind.”

Arizona
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Meaning: Well oak, small springs

This handle Southwestern themed became a household name for fans of “Grey’s Anatomy” when Jessica Capshaw, who plays Dr. Arizona Robbins, joined the series in 2009. There is a debate about the origin of the name, some say it is due to one of several words of native Americans, while others argue that it is from the Basque words “one Aritz.” either way, it is a unique name and special girls’

CALI
popularity rank in the US:. # 201

Meaning: Bella

not everyone can be a California girl, but this name-and America nod to the golden state is perfect for any little lady. The most popular Callie (No. 186) or Kali (No. 262) variants writing.

GEORGIA
popularity rank in the US:. # 243

Meaning: Farmer

If you have Georgia on your mind, you you are not alone. The feminine form of Latin George, who is on a 60-year peak of popularity, could be the perfect nickname for any small peach.

MONTANA
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Meaning: Mountainous

Yellowstone to Glacier national parks, country big sky has some of the most breathtaking scenery in the nation. This unique name, which means “mountain” in Spanish, has been classified in 2007.

INDIANA
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Meaning: Land of the Indians

Perfect for NASCAR fans and Indiana Jones, this native American name is the adventurous and gender neutral time. Use “Indy” for a nickname.

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