Intimidating names for girls
These 200 names are the kind of names that belong to hot girls. Amelia: A bit shy and passive, but ethereally beautiful.7.
Ada: Classy and reserved, but stunningly beautiful.3. Agnes: Mysterious and exotic; the kind person that everyone wants to get to know.5.
At the top of the list of things that are embarrassing is meeting your friend's cute baby and completely butchering their name. To help you avoid this mishap, here are some of the easiest monikers to mess up — plus a few helpful pronunciation tips. Just ask poor Prince Louis, who spent the first couple of days after his birth having everyone pronounce his name incorrectly.
Harmony: Has a singing voice as beautiful as her face.60. Ines: Compliments people, then talks behind their backs.71. Jamie: Plays coy, but will make out with anyone.75. Juno: Strong and beautiful, but also really mean.78. Karly: Very sensual but also has a dark and brooding side.80. Margot: Undeniably gorgeous, but thinks she’d better than everyone else.101. Naomi: So sweet and beautiful that guys are obsessed with her.107. Selena: Has exotic looks that get attention wherever she goes.147. Skye: Isn’t very bright, but so sweet and pretty that everyone loves her.151. Uma: Loved by many for her good looks and great personality.166.
Hope: Looks innocent, but has a rebellious side.66. Ida: Looks smart, but can never find matching underwear.68. Lola: Loves vintage clothes, tea parties and going down on guys.96. Macy: Loyal to her friends but slow to warm up to new people.98. Tatum: A strong, gorgeous woman who makes things happen.158. Daisy: Incredibly innocent and incredibly beautiful. Clarise: Knows what she wants and just how to get it.28. Any name with a random "h" thrown in for fun is sure to confuse people, and Rheagan is no exception. One can either go with LOU-ee or Lou-ESS, so pick your fave and have at it.The Celtic name means "little king," and can be pronounced several ways — typically either RAY-gan, or REE-gan. Some people pronounce it like Jeffrey, some people pronounce it exactly like it's spelled (Gee-OFF-rey), and some people mix things up with Joff-REE. Imogen (meaning "maiden") has become a popular name among parents — and for good reason.