Zoe's adorable, but look out — she bites.
If Yvonne seems a bit aloof, it's not that she doesn't like you — it's just that she has to protect her secret identity.
If you're blessed with an X name, you're probably pretty fierce — because you have to be.
With her kind and nurturing demeanor, Wendy is there to help the lost boy — or girl — in all of us.
Today is V-Day — Valerie Day, that is. And lucky Val inspires nothing if not love.
Ursula's not such a popular name these days — but given its sea-witch-meets-Bond-girl pedigree, maybe it should be.
Taylors, like Madisons, have been cursed with an obnoxiously trendy name. Can they redeem themselves?
With her flowing hair and her shelf full of trophies, Samantha's the kind of girl you hate because she's good at everything.
Sometimes in the course of doing this post, I come across a name that is, as the kids are saying these days, full of win. Such is Olivia.
Not all Natashas are Pottsylvanian spies — but just to be safe, you might not want to turn your back on them.
Michelles turn heads with their elegance — even when they're wearing acid-washed jeans.
The name Lisa conjures up visions of lip gloss and My Little Ponies, but Lisas aren't necessarily ditsy — even if they sometimes seem that way.
Kate doesn't take shit from anybody, meaning she can be an awesome go-getter — or an ice queen.
Jennifer was the most popular girl's name from 1970 all the way to 1984, and its sheer ubiquity makes Jennifer seem wholesome, trustworthy — and a little run-of-the-mill.
Isabel is a name fit for a queen — and she expects to be treated like one.
"Hillary" has obviously become famous/infamous because of its association with our First-Lady-turned-Secretary-of-State. But to me, Hillary's less class president and more party animal.
Grace doesn't talk much, but it's not because she has nothing to say. It's just that she likes to keep you guessing.
There's no other way to say it: Francesca is a hot name.
Ahh, Emily: the girl with the adorable pigtails who just might poison your soda.