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Sophia

Derived from the Greek word that grew in popularity during the 17th and 18th century in England, most likely influenced by the heroine in Henry Fielding's 1749 novel "Tom Jones." Italian actress and academy award winner, Sophia Loren, brought attention to the name during the 1960s. Sophie is the French form of the name.

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Girls: Ranked #1 in 2013
Origin
Greek
Gender
Female
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Sophia Bush (actress)
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