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Since the medieval ages, Elizabeth has had a history of popularity among royalty. Queen Elizabeth II started her reign as constitutional monarch in 1952. Read more about Elizabeth
Emily was the No. 1 name in the United States for more than a decade. This proves it's a classic name that will stand the test of time. Read more about Emily
Anne is about as classic as a name can get. Famous women in history named Anne include playwright William Shakespeare's wife, Anne Hathaway. Read more about Anne
This name evokes a sense of resilience and beauty as it makes reference to a shrub that grows in rocky areas and blooms with pink or white flowers. Read more about Heather
This name is held by such sophisticated women as Jane Austen, who wrote novels during the 19th century, and Jane Addams, who won a Nobel Peace Prize for her social work dedicated to improving the lives of women. Read more about Jane