84 Popular Vowel Baby Names For Boys And Girls
Popular Girl Names That Start With Vowel:
Abigail is a soft and dreamy vowel name with a varied history.
This graceful and old-fashioned name has been made famous by actress Ashley Olsen.
This classic name has zoomed past favorites like Hannah and Sarah to reach the top ten.
Alexis makes a gentle and soft baby name for both a girl and boy.
This short and tart name has strong associations with Ayn Rand, the “Atlas Shrugged” author.
Ella Fitzgerald brought this name into the mainstream. Just like her voice, her name will also not go out of style.
The name Eva made a huge comeback in the last few years and is rising with every passing year.
The name Aveen carries the glitz and glamor of a rock star.
Emmy is quirkier than Emily, just like the beautiful actress Emmy Rossum.
Timeless, elegant and literary, Amelia is a classic and graceful name.
Baby Girl Names Ending With A Vowel:
Sweet and sophisticated name Emma brings to mind a teenager in a poodle skirt, eating ice cream.
Olivia is a timeless name that transcends into trendiness. In fact, it remained one of the top baby girl names over the centuries.
Maeve is an Irish name inspired by the legendary Celtic queen. The name got its literary spin from the author Maeve Binchy.
From actresses to philanthropists, the name Isabella indicates someone who is serious, wise and dependable.
The name Alyssa has been associated with innocence and sweetness ever since it appeared in the mainstream.
Amanda is sleek, pithy and clear as a bell.
Alexandra is the feminine variation of Alexander. It has an old-time charm to it.
Belle is a straightforward and classic name ringing with feminine grace.
Jane is a conventional, safe and average baby girl name.
The name reminds one of the Disney character.
Ava is a delicate and lovely name conjuring the image of a little girl in a floral dress.
This feminine name has taken off in popularity in India.
The name may not have much flavor on its own, but will make an absolutely fine middle name.
We removed the last letter from Ellen to give you an alluring and vivacious name. And it’s the title of the magazine too!
Kai is a very well-traveled name. It started off in Greek, and is now familiar with Hawaiian, Scandinavian, and Welsh parents.