This Latin moniker, meaning ‘scientific’, sounds totally glamorous.There are just a few names that can match the class of Dana. This hot name of the last decade is considered stylish by some parents even today. Daphne is a warm, friendly, and bewitching name, meaning ‘bay tree’.Debra is the updated version of Deborah and means ‘bee’. This poetic and charismatic name, meaning ‘dolphin’, is perfect for a girl living by the sea.
Greta is a universally popular and no nonsense name meaning ‘pearl’.
This name will always keep your daughter ahead of the trend. The ‘z’ in the middle makes this moniker incredibly inviting. If you’re unsure about Agnes, you can consider it’s titillating Portuguese version, meaning ‘pure’.
Eileen, the Gaelic form of Helen, is surging in popularity. If you want something poetic as well as sexy, go for Eldora, which means ‘bathed in gold’. Eliza is a prim, proper, and racy name, meaning ‘oath of God’.
Elena, meaning ‘shining light’, has the spark, which your daughter will definitely love. Elle, meaning ‘she’, has loads of chic cache behind it.
Apart from these, names with several syllables and vowel endings have an exotic and attractive air, making them look sexy. This salacious name is derived from a Latin word meaning ‘loved’.
Sultry Alessia has a mysterious aura, which everyone can’t help but love. There are several versions of this name, including Alexandria and Alexis, but Alexa got to be the hottest. Anais, meaning ‘grace’, is uncommon and erotic, particularly because it’s attached to the American novelist, Anais Nin. Aly is carefree, energetic, bubbly and irresistible in her own sweet ways. Alyona, meaning ‘bright light’, hints a woman full of joy, glamor, and sexiness.It’s quite obvious why this name is popular with parents.This name, meaning ‘short nose’, carries with itself the sexiness of Courtney Cox.Cynthia, meaning ‘from Mount Cynthus’, will give your daughter an extra edge.The following table shows the 200 most popular given names for male and female babies born during 1960 - 1969.