This, That, or the Other One. Which ones are better for a girl?
Adele, Angelique, or Avis
Beverly, Bette, or Bernadine
Cordelia, Clementine, or Carmella
Dorothy, Della, or Darby
Eleanor, Enid, or Eugenia
Frances, Freida, or Faye
Georgia, Glynda, or Geraldine
Hester, Henrietta, or Helena
Ingrid, Inez, or Ida
Judith, Janine, or Jodie
Kathleen, Kiersten, or Kaye
Lolita, Lucretia, or Louella
Marjory, Mara, or Margot
Nancy, Nell, or Nita
Oralia, Ophelia, or Ola
Phyllis, Pamela, or Patricia
Regina, Rosalia, or Rhea
Shelley, Shauna, or Sheryl
Theodora, Tina, or Tonya
Vernice, Veda, or Vonda
Wilda, Winona, or Winifred
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
I think these are all great, highly underrated name options for girls. Anyone who says that they're horrible obviously has no, or very limited, taste.
- noraLv 79 years ago
Adele, Angelique, or Avis - Adele. Though I do love Avis, it's unusable in my country. It means 'newspaper'.
Beverly, Bette, or Bernadine - Bernadine. Bette as in 'bet'? I think not. Beverly is a place name, not a baby name.
Cordelia, Clementine, or Carmella - Cordelia. I really hate names ending in -ella.
Dorothy, Della, or Darby - Dorothy. There's the -ella thing again. And Darby doesn't even sound like a girls name.
Eleanor, Enid, or Eugenia - Eleanor. I love Eugenie, but not Eugenia.
Frances, Freida, or Faye - Frances. Currently, this name is listed as a middle name for the second name on my favourites list. I like Freida, but this spelling makes absolutely no sense to me. Frida is best, but even Frieda would be better. Freida looks like it would be pronounced [FRY dah].
Georgia, Glynda, or Geraldine - Geraldine. I love this name. Glynda isn't bad either, but I'm not sure about the spelling.
Hester, Henrietta, or Helena - Helena. Henrietta is pretty too. Hester means 'horses' in my first language, and is therefore completely unusable for me.
Ingrid, Inez, or Ida - Ingrid. This is a fairly popular name in Norway. I like Ida as well.
Judith, Janine, or Jodie - Judith. Jodie sounds more like a nickname, and Janine only reminds me of 'kanin', the Norwegian word for rabbit.
Kathleen, Kiersten, or Kaye - Kathleen. It's the (fake) middle name of J. K. Rowling. I really dislike both Kaye and Kiersten.
Lolita, Lucretia, or Louella - Lolita, though I really don't like any of them.
Marjory, Mara, or Margot - Marjory
Nancy, Nell, or Nita - Nell. It's so sweet, but I could see it working for an older woman as well.
Oralia, Ophelia, or Ola - Ophelia. Ola is a boys name in Norway.
Phyllis, Pamela, or Patricia - Phyllis. There's a character in 'Life on Mars' called Phyllis. I love 'Life on Mars'.
Regina, Rosalia, or Rhea - Regina. After the wonderful singer Regina Spektor, of course.
Shelley, Shauna, or Sheryl - Sheryl
Theodora, Tina, or Tonya - Theodora
Vernice, Veda, or Vonda - Veda
Wilda, Winona, or Winifred - Winifred. Winona is really pretty also.
Most favourite: Frances, most probably.
Least favourite: Rhea. Diarrhea.
- 9 years ago
Adele, Beverly, Clementine, Dorothy, Eleanor, Faye, Georgia, Helena, Ida, Jodie, Kiersten, Louella, Mara, Nancy, Ophelia, Pamela, Rosalia, Shauna, Tina, Vernice, Winona...hope you like my choices!
- 9 years ago
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- 9 years ago
Bette but go with Elizabeth and then call her Bette so she has options. Carmella, Eleanor, Eugenia, Faye (my name!), Helena, Ingrid, Jodie, Kathleen, Margo, Ophelia, Pamela, Shauna, Theodora and that's it.
- Southern BarbieLv 49 years ago
I really didn't like any of your names, sorry.
- ali babaLv 49 years ago
I guess Angelique.
Cordelia! i think im the only person alive who likes this
Della? i dont really like any
i dont like I names at all
Lola is better than lolita
all the P names are awful :(
only decent names on here are Cordelia and Winona. All the others sound like blue haired grandmas. older names can be cool but most of these are not
- rosalitaLv 69 years ago
- deekayoweLv 69 years ago
Shelley, Shauna or Sheryl, all real good
- 9 years ago