Do you love a good “L” name? Lillian, Lucy, Layla, or perhaps Linnea? The letter “L” makes a lovely sound and seems to dance off the tongue. If you love “L” names then you may consider one of these beauties that puts “L” at the end.
Popular “L” Endings
A Top 10 name since 2001, Abigail has been a long time leader in popularity currently ranked at Number 10.
Hazel gives off vintage vibes and is well loved today at Number 43 in popularity
Isabel’s third syllable is “L”, perfect for “L-ending” fans. There are numerous spellings of Isabel, this one ranks at Number 145.
Spunky “L” Endings
Avril isn’t ranked in the US Top 1,000 but has a spunky rocker edge due to its ties to alternative singer Avril Lavigne.
A great underused nature name, Bristol ranks at Number 483. Many American’s became familiar with this name through social figure Bristol Palin.
Another great nature name, Laurel is the perfect way to honor a Laura or Lauren. Laurel comes in at Number 597.
Teal is an unexpected but highly usable color name that isn’t currently in the Top 1,000.
Vintage “L” Endings
A great Annabelle or Amelia alternative, Amabel has a great old-fashioned vibe and is not currently in the Top 1,000.
Like Isabel, Anabel can be spelled many ways. At 908 in popularity, Anabel may remind your of the Edgar Allen Poe poem Annabel Lee.
Another great nature and color name, coral was all the rage in jewelry many moons ago. Coral as a name has yet to break into the Top 1,000.
At 451 in popularity, Mabel may feel lightly vintage but it’s more popular now than ever before.
Muriel is melodic and romantic but isn’t in the Top 1,000. My fellow Anne of Green Gables fans will think of the darling character Muriel Stacy.
A gemstone name Opal may feel like a Great-Grandma name, but it actually peaked in popularity last year at Number 859.
Another lovely gemstone name, Pearl is a symbol of purity and innocence currently ranking at Number 652.
Hello Downton Abbey fans, I’m looking at you. Sybil is a lovely vintage name that isn’t currently in the Top 1,000.
A few more “L” Endings
A springy month name, April ranks at Number 453.
Hello Disney fans! Ariel comes in at Number 142.
A bit of a French vibe, Chantel hasn’t ranked in the Top 1,000 since 2001.
Crystal exploded in the 1980’s and has steadily declined every decade since. Today Crystal comes in at Number 644.
Let’s end this list with the lovely Liesl which I see on many a name-lover’s list but isn’t in the Top 1,000.
Which of these names do you love?
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