Category: hottest girl names
And the entire Top 10 stayed more the same than it has in a decade, with the Top 3 girls’ names and the Top 6 names for boys remaining in the exact places they occupied last year.
The Top 10 baby names for 2015 — the newly released list counts the names of 4 million babies born last year — and their standing compared with 2014 are :
Imogen widened her lead over Charlotte as the most popular girls’ name on Nameberry for the first nine months of the year. Imogen edged past Charlotte to claim the Number 1 spot for the first time at the 2013 half year mark, leading by fewer than 500 names out of a cumulative 50,000 page views.
Though popular in Britain, Imogen has never made the U.S. Top 1000. In 2012, it was given to only 111 baby girls in the U.S., the same number as were named Love and Laken, though its popularity on Nameberry indicates it could squeak onto the Top 1000 for 2013 or 2014.
Nameberry measures the most-viewed names among the nearly 50,000 choices on our site.
Maisie is the name that has moved the most number of places up the girls’ chart this quarter, at 19. Names that start with vowels continue to be strong for girls, with half of the dozen names moving fastest up our charts starting with vowels: Amelia, Evelyn, Evangeline, Ivy, Everly, and Ada. Names making significant shifts upward are marked with an asterisk.
The Top 100 girls’ names on Nameberry so far this year are: