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Family & Relationships The Most Popular Baby Names So Far in 2018

20:01  01 may  2018
20:01  01 may  2018 Source:   townandcountrymag.com

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Nameberry’s most popular names list is based on number of views each name received for the first half of 2018 . It gauges interest in these names rather than tracking actual babies who received the names Here are the 100 most popular names for boys and girls on Nameberry for 2018 , so far .

Baby names for 2018 may just be the most unique yet. For the year ahead, expect to see names that skew toward the gender neutral, and some that are even a hybrid of cultural figures and classical names-the likes fictional characters as well as royals. There's also a trend toward the nostalgic, with older names (you know, the three-syllable kind) making the cut. Baby naming site Names.org shared that Olivia, Emma, Ava, Charlotte, and Mia were the most popular picks for girls while Noah, Liam, Benjamin, Oliver, and William topped the list for boys. The website BabyGaga.com also analyzed baby name data from the past year in order to make their top 20 name predictions for 2018. Here's what they came up with.

Presenting: The Most Popular Baby Names of 2018

  Presenting: The Most Popular Baby Names of 2018 Presenting: The Most Popular Baby Names of 2018When it comes to baby names, the options for expecting parents can honestly be a bit overwhelming. There are countless lists boasting classic, quirky, vintage, elaborately long and downright wild options, including everything from Jack to Chardonnay (yes, it seems one too many glasses were at play when choosing that one). But, before making a huge decision (this is your kid's name, after all), it's good to get a feel for the most popular titles on the market.

The most popular name for a girl is Emma, and Liam is the top choice for a boyCredit: Getty - Contributor. The most popular girls' names of 2018 so far are Emma, Olivia and Ava, in that order. Emma, meaning “whole” or “universe”, is no doubt popular thanks to the likes of Harry Potter star

The top 20 names for girls and boys born so far in 2018 have been revealed by BabyCentre. So is your name on the list? They also looked at some popular trends. Read on below to find out what is making certain baby names popular at the moment.

Girls

1. Emma

2. Charlotte

3. Sadie

4. Violet

5. Kennedy

6. Savannah

7. Penelope

8. Victoria

9. Ellie

10. Hazel

11. Natalie

12. Luna

13. Rylie

14. Aurora

15. Scarlett

16. Nora

17. Zoe

18. Amelia

19. Harper

20. Stella

a man wearing sunglasses: John Legend and Chrissy Teigen with their daughter Luna, whose name is number 12 on the list.© Getty Images John Legend and Chrissy Teigen with their daughter Luna, whose name is number 12 on the list.

Boys

1. Finn

2. Jack

3. Atticus

4. Oliver

5. Theodore

6. Reuben

7. Dylan

8. Corin

9. Adam

10. Alexander

11. Daniel

12. Christopher

13. Brandon

14. Logan

15. Joseph

16. Hunter

17. Lucas

18. Kai

19. Jasper

20. Isaac

Related: 10 Gender Neutral Names Inspired By Places In The World [Provided by Travel + Leisure]

4 Reasons You Shouldn't Share Your Baby's Name Before Their Birth .
Between the most popular baby names and the more unusual (sometimes even made-up!) monikers, there are countless options when it comes to picking a name for your little one. While some people think parents should share their selection with the world well before the birth, I've always loved the idea of keeping your baby name a secret.

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