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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  • Bryleigh

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    Combining popular names Brynn and Ryleigh produced a new name that ranks in the Top 1000. Trendiness personified.Read More 

  • Cadence

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    The musical word name Cadence, barely heard a few years ago, seemed to come out of nowhere to zoom up the charts. Some might see it as a trendy feminine relative of the popular Caden. Kadence and... Read More 

  • Cali

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    A short form that can stand on its own, though not all that steadily. Read More 

  • Callan

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    This name is also a variation of Cailean, which is not in the Top 1000. Callan came in at Number 687 in 2015, and seems to be on the rise -- it has many benchmarks of names popular for boys right... Read More 

  • Campbell

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    This unisex name, the seventh most popular surname in Scotland, can make a more unusual Cameron alternative. It is represented on the girls' side by TV news correspondent Campbell Brown, for whom... Read More 

  • Cannon

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    Another weapon name for boys, but lacking the charm or subtlety of Lance or Remington.Read More 

  • Cash

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    Whether it's due to the economy or not, this monied name is in the Top 300, used by several celebrities including Annabeth Gish and Joshua Morrow.Read More 

  • Chace

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    This unusual spelling was introduced via the hot young star of "Gossip Girl," Chace (born Christopher Chace) Crawford, and is definitely carching on.Read More 

  • Charleigh

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    The popular -leigh suffix is clearly an attempt to feminize this traditionally boyish nickname. Charleigh has levelled off in the mid 500s over recent years.Read More 

  • Cheyenne

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    The name of a courageous tribe, Cheyenne became quite popular in the 1990s, inspiring a wide range of spelling variations—Shyanne is one example that's still on the rise. Read More 

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