Two Syllable Baby Names

Two syllable names are the most common, with half of the names in the US Top 10 following this pattern. Emma and Liam, the top names for baby girls and boys, have two syllables each.

Along with Emma, other two syllable baby names in the US Top 100 for girls include Ava, Mia, Harper, Scarlett, Luna, Chloe, Riley, and Nora. Along with Liam, other Top 100 boy names that contain two syllables include Noah, Jacob, Lucas, Ethan, Jackson, Owen, Ezra, Henry, Leo, and Wyatt. Internationally, two-syllable names including Bruno, Gaia, Marceau, and Signe are among the most fashionable choices.

Unique two syllable names we love include Anouk, Celeste, Orla, and Tessa. For boys, our favorite unique two syllable names include Booker, Forrest, Linus, and Remy.

Two syllable baby names tend to sound best with surnames that are, well, NOT two syllables. If you feel that a two-syllable name would strike the right balance with your shorter or longer last name, here are a selection of the best.
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