18 River

Though River used to be a masculine name, more than half of the babies named River are now girls, and this fraction is expected to increase. River Stone, born in 2011, is the daughter of singer Melissa Auf der Maur and filmmaker Tony Stone.

Girls named River are tomboys. They don’t like frilly frocks and glittery party shoes. They enjoy jumping in muddy puddles and battling it out with their Barbie dolls. You’ll find them clambering up trees like little monkeys and are quite agile. They tend to pick up jobs that keep them moving rather than just a sedentary desk job. They seek out action and adventure.

17 Charlie

Wondering what a boy’s name is doing on this list? Charlie is a unisex given name in English-speaking countries, often a nickname for Charles. Though traditionally a boy’s name in England and Wales, Charlie is more commonly used as a girl’s name in the United States.

According to the Wikipedia, Charlie was the 185th most popular name for girls, while being the 227th most popular for boys in the year 2016. Charlie is a great nickname for Charlotte or Charlene, sometimes on its own. The spelling variants of Charlie include Charlee, Charli, Charly, Charley and even Charleigh. Girls named Charlie can be very sarcastic but they are super fun to be around and very funny.

16 Millie

Millie is a Latin baby girl name with the meanings: Servant for the temple, Free-born, noble. It is derived from the feminine version of the name Camillus, namely Camilla. Ever heard of the Roman mythological Volscian warrior queen Camilla? Millie is also used in short for other names like Emily, Millicent, Mildred, or Amelia.

Girls named Millie are sensual and fascinating to watch. They have a natural grace that draws people to them. They are soft-spoken and gentle people who can get emotionally hurt easily. They are sensitive to criticism, but at the same time, she has the ability to rise above others opinion and stay strong.