Category: 2010 top names
UPDATE!! Check out our final list of popular baby names 2010 for boys!
Our most popular baby names 2010 for boys are a mix of the traditional and trendy choices like Jacob and Aiden that dominate the official list of popular baby names 2010 plus a variety of more intriguing and unusual choices, from Finn to Roman to Wyatt.
You can also check out our popular baby names 2010 for girls. Here are our boys’ Top 100 this year:
UPDATE!! Check out our final list of top baby names 2010 for girls.
Nameberry’s top baby names 2010 for girls are a mix of choices — Olivia, Sophia, Elizabeth, Ava, Isabella — that are also popular on the national count and more adventurous names, from Isla to Imogen to Iris, that are favored by visitors to nameberry.
The top baby names 2010 for boys also are a blend of the expected and the surprising.
Here then are the 100 top baby names 2010 so far for girls:
What are as the hottest 2010 baby names trends? Here, our 15 top picks:
MOST FASHIONABLE CONSONANT
L, by far, with the booming fashionableness of almost every L name for girls, and most especially those with two L sounds: Lila, Lola, Layla, Leila, Lily, Lillian, Delilah, Tallulah, even Lulu and Lucille.
NEW “IT” VOWEL
E, with Emma taking over from Emily (now number 3) at the top of the girls’ list, and a range of E names for both boys and girls rising through the ranks: Ethan, Eden, Eleanor, Emmett, Eli, Eliza, Elijah, Ella, Evan, Eva, Eloise, Evangeline, Elliot, Esme, et nearly al.
LATEST GENDER-BENDING TREND
Male-female name equivalents: Auden and Audrey, Isaiah and Isabella, Theo and Thea. In fact, an association with a popular name of the opposite sex is enough to propel an unlikely choice to prominence: Edison on the coattails of Addison, for example, or Malachi hitching a ride with Makayla.