MOST POPULAR BABY NAMES OF 2015 BABYCENTER

By | October 30, 2017

Most popular baby names of 2015 | BabyCenter

Sophia and Jackson both snagged the title of most popular baby names once again, securing yet another year at the top of our list. Sophia is in good company: Emma and Olivia remained close behind her in spots two and three for the fourth year in a row.
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Most popular baby names of 2017 | BabyCenter

Sophia celebrates her eighth consecutive year as the top choice for girls, while Jackson remains the most popular name for boys. Amelia, Grayson, and Logan have jumped into the top 10, and Luna and Mateo were the fastest climbers of the year.
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List of most popular given names – Wikipedia

The most popular given names vary nationally, regionally, and culturally. Lists of widely used given names can consist of those most often bestowed upon infants born within the last year, thus reflecting the current naming trends, or else be composed of the personal names occurring most within the …
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Top Baby Names of 2017 – Baby Names & Meanings, Most

Top Baby Names of 2017. Here are the top most popular baby names by year, as calculated from the names added to our users’ favorite name lists. Our popularity lists tend to predict the U.S. Social Security baby names popularity lists because our members are naming future babies!
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Predicting the most popular baby names of 2018 – thelist.com

Leia leaped 100 spots on the charts to #321, and is a princess name for these times. Star Wars names are very hot at the moment, with names Kylo and Rey/Rae surging after the release of new installment, Force Awakens (Kylo jumped 2,368 spots last year, the biggest change of any boy’s name!)
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The most popular literary baby names of the past year

The Harry Potter books, movies, short stories, and spinoffs will undoubtedly have quite the impact on baby names for a long time. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (the original, UK version of the first book) was published on June , 1997, according to The Guardian.
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