Category: girl names 2014
Let’s have some fun.
List your Top 5 girls’ names. In order if possible. With explanations for why you love them so much, if you like.
Your Top 5 might include names you’ve chosen for your own daughter or names you plan to use. Or it might just be a fantasy list.
And if you can’t limit your list to just five, feel free to add some runners up.
It’s time to usher in the new and look ahead to baby names 2014.
Which names do you think we’ll be hearing more of this year?
We’d love to hear your predictions for:
— Trendy names you think will zoom to the top of the popularity lists.
— Unusual names you predict will become more widely used.
— Celebrity or pop culture names that will command wider attention.
— Names you find yourself suddenly loving more.
There’s a new top girl in town, and her name is Imogen.
Charlotte, which had been the most popular girls’ name in previous years, now stands at Number Two, while Harper, now officially classified as a girls’ name with over 90 percent of the baby Harpers female, is a new entrant to the list at Number Three.
Our popularity lists are tabulated by ranking the unique page views each name attracts out of the over 20 million total views of our baby name pages in 2013.
Major trends in girls’ names we see based on our 2013 Popularity List: