50 baby names from the 90s that we seriously hope make a comeback

The 90s was a great time: we had hair crimpers, baggy jeans, Saved by the Bell and The Spice Girls.

We also had great names.

Names that are no longer as popular as they once were but totally deserve a comeback.  

Girls: 

1. Abigail - meaning my father is joy

2. Alexandra - meaning to defend

3. Anne - meaning god has favoured

4. Bethany - meaning from the house of figs

5. Carrie - meaning strong

6. Courtney - meaning short nose

7. Daisy - meaning day's eye

8. Danielle - meaning God is my judge

9. Ellen - meaning bright, shining light

10. Hannah - meaning favour

11. Heather - a type of plant

12. Heidi - meaning nobility

13. Isabella - meaning devoted to God

14. Kirsten - meaning follower of Christ

15. Laura - meaning laurel tree

16. Leah - meaning weary

17. Margaret - meaning pearl

18. Maria - meaning sea of bitterness

19. Megan - meaning strong

20. Molly - meaning bitter

21. Rachel - meaning ewe, Jacob's wife 

22. Rebecca - meaning to join

23. Rosa - meaning a flower

24. Sarah - meaning noblewoman

25. Shannon - meaning wise river

 

Boys

1. Aaron - meaning high mountain

2. Adam - meaning to be red

3. Benjamin - meaning son of the south

4. Christopher - meaning bearing Christ

5. Colin - meaning victory of the people

6. Connor - meaning chief who gives aid

7. Daniel - meaning God is my judge

8. Danny - meaning God is my judge

9. Dillon - meaning faithful

10. Jamie - meaning supplanter

11. Jeffery - meaning God peace

12. Jonathan - meaning Jehovah has given 

13. Joseph - meaning he will add

14. Lee - meaning dweller by the wood

15. Lewis - meaning fame

16. Marcus - meaning to harvest

17. Michael - meaning who is God?

18. Richard - meaning strong

19. Russell - meaning red-haired

20. Ryan - meaning descendant of Rían

21. Scott - meaning Gaelic speaker

22. Shane - meaning gift from God 

23. Thomas - meaning twin

24. Timothy - meaning to honour

25. William - meaning resolute protector

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