Those who love Ruby, Stella, and Daisy's vintage vibes will love the girl's name Myrtie, a form of Myrtle. Despite being a top name during the turn of the 19th century, it's definitely experienced a slow comeback since 2013. With Latin origins, it refers to a fragrant evergreen shrub known for its healing properties. Let's also not forget dear Moaning Myrtle, the tragic yet likable character from the Harry Potter series.
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