New Baby Names on the Rise

These are baby names that have only started to be heard in recent years, but are rising through baby names popularity lists and we predict will be used more frequently in the future.
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  • Avery

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    Though this unisex name has been around for a few decades, Avery has now definitely heated up for girls, partly as an alternative to the epidemic Ava. The female Avery has had a meteoric rise,... Read More 

  • Aviana

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    Aviana is a name that's kinda like the megapopular Ava, and kinda like the popular Ariana, and not quite as widely appealing as either of them. But it's on everyone's scope now as the choice of... Read More 

  • Ayden

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  • Bentley

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    Bentley, a somewhat stuffy British surname, previously associated primarily with an incredibly expensive English car, has had a ginormous leap in the past four years--from Number 515 to 89, thanks... Read More 

  • Blakeley

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    Blakeley is one of the many -ley ending surnames that is being adopted as a first name, taking the 80s unisex darling Blake into the new millennium. But since the popularity of Ashley, most... Read More 

  • Blaze

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    Originally a form of Blaise, though now more likely to be a hot word name; used for both sexes. Read More 

  • Bowen

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    Bowen is a Celtic surname representing two separate Celtic strains, one Welsh and one Irish, and entered the US Top 1000 for the first time in 2011.

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  • Brecken

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    Brecken is a fresh, distinctively Irish alternative to similar-sounding (and much more popular) Beckett or Beckham. While Brecken is a spelling variation of the original Breccan, it's the most... Read More 

  • Brielle

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    Feminine, breezy name but lacks heft. Its popularity is on the rise, jumping 128 places since 2009, Brielle now ranks at 118. Brielle is also the name of a historic seaport in the western... Read More 

  • Brisa

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    Brisa is commonly used in Latino families, all but unheard of in others. Read More 

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