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When Hispanic families like a baby name, they really like it! That's the case for the three most popular girls' names of 2014, which have stayed in their positions since 2012: Sofía, Isabella, and Valentina.
If we add Camila, those four names have been leading the top 100 list since 2007!
But we also have some new additions to the most popular girls' names of 2014. Many of the names that made it onto our top 100 list are of Catalan origin, like Montserrat, or of Basque origin, like Ainara (which means "swallow," the bird), Aitana, and Ainhoa.
Alicia, Vera, Isidora, and Amalia are some of the classic names that returned to the list.
Others are less common names, like Leire or Leyre, which is of French origin and means starfish. The name of a popular Basque monastery is also a new favorite, as is the contraction of the compound name Mariángel, a creation that occurred to many new parents.
Names that were already on the top 100 list but climbed to a higher ranking this year include names related to nature, like Delfina (dolphin) and Abril, as well as names that refer to places, like Florencia and Maya (a reference to the Mayan civilization).
Some English-language names have also become favorites of Hispanic parents in 2014, especially ones with double letters, like Brianna and Allison.
Speaking of names that start with A, monikers like Adriana, Amelia, Ariana, and Alexa made a better showing this year than last year.
And what do you think of the name Noa? It's a boy's name that means "rest" in Hebrew, but it saw the biggest jump in popularity in 2014 as a girl's name.
Note: This list is based on baby names shared with us on our Spanish-language site, our site en Español, by Hispanic parents in the United States and in 22 Spanish-speaking countries whose baby was born between January and November 2014.
Interested in seeing the most popular girl names from 2018? Check out our most recent top 100 list of Hispanic baby names.
Top 100 Hispanic baby names for girls in 2014
- María José
- Ana Sofía
- María Paula
- Ana Paula