Choosing the name of the baby is not an easy task for many parents who are pressured by their families to follow the family tradition when some of them would prefer to name their daughter based more in their tastes. And is that the choice of the name may depend on many variants, such as literary cha
Choosing the name of the baby is not an easy task for many parents who are pressured by their families to follow the family tradition when some of them would prefer to name their daughter based more in their tastes. And is that the choice of the name may depend on many variants, such as literary characters, the world of cinema or even celebrities from the world of the heart.
In Colombia, the combination of all these factors has resulted in a list of frequent names for very peculiar girls in which we find both simple and compound names and where we find both traditional names and others more modern. But the peculiarity in Colombia is the absence of that frequent name par excellence that is María.
The most frequent names for girls in Colombia
1. Sandra Milena. The Greek origin of Sandra joins the Slavic origin of Milena to form one of the most sonorous girl names. The compound name spreads strength by that combination between a traditional name and another that is not so familiar, but of an exceptional beauty.
2. Carolina. This name has a Germanic origin and is liked by Colombian families for their musicality and simplicity. It has the traditional flavor of those essential names that do not lose freshness or originality despite the use.
3. Daniela. We find a Hebrew origin for this girl name that takes time in the list of frequent names for its inalterable attraction. The name is perfect for your little girl because it exudes sophistication and elegance and also has the charm of traditional names that have not lost any strength.
4. Paola Andrea. Although the name Andrea is of Greek origin, this compound name has a totally Latin flavor, even Italian. Both names have the sufficient entity to appear separately, but together they form a delicious combination of nobility and dignity difficult to match.
5. Paula Andrea. Paula's Latin origin joins the Greek origin in a name that only varies from the previous one in the Paola variant in Spanish. Quite a success the name of this compound that admits any variant and will continue for a long time in the list of frequent names.
6. Luisa Fernanda. These are two names of Germanic origin that come together to form one of the most characteristic names of Colombia. Both names are among the most frequent also in their masculine form, which gives an idea of the personality that emerges from it.
7. Marine Light. This name has a totally Latin origin and it is one of the most eloquent names for girls. If it is among the most frequent names in Colombia, it is because of that delicacy that it gives off and because of that perfect combination between two traditional names that together gain originality.
8. Valentina. The name has a Latin origin and carries the implicit force in its meaning. If there was a time when her male, Valentin, was more popular, the elegance that comes from Valentina is placing her at the top of the list of frequent names in many countries.
9. Claudia Patricia. The Latin origin of these two names is clear in this combination of history, tradition and beauty. Few girl names are so strong and delicate at the same time, that's why she is one of the favorite names of Colombian families.
10. Sandra Patricia. The Greek origin of Sandra joins the Latin origin of Patricia in a combination that is very familiar to us. Both names enjoy great popularity in Colombia, both alone and forming compound names of the most varied.