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  • Blog Post: Baby Names Hot in the UK, Not in the US

    adopted by the hoi polloi include Freya and Harriet. The baby names that are hot in the UK, with

  • Blog Post: Hot Baby Names: 20 choices heading for the top

    Number 116 today.  And the name continues to be hot, in line to reach the top of the list within the

  • List: Hot New Names of the 2010s

    Bexley, Kace, Haisley, Flynn, Meilani, Kenzo, Thiago, Maryam, Vera, Renata, Anders, Arian, Bjorn, Bodhi, Astrid, Alessia, Antonella, Giavanna, Julieta, Noor, Rivka, Sylvie, Veda, Vivienne, Cristiano, Henrik, Lachlan, Maximiliano, Stefan, Tadeo, Torin, Zev, Vincenzo, Joelle, Khalid, Violeta, Yehuda, Mustafa, Yara, Castiel, Kailani, Zainab, Santana, Koa, Kaylani, Kehlani, Keilani, Zakai, Dakari, Waverly, Henley, Lennox, Palmer, Ford, Boone, Nixon, Ledger, Harlan, Archer, Bowen, Brantley,...

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  • List: Hot New Names of the 2010s

    Bexley, Kace, Haisley, Flynn, Meilani, Kenzo, Thiago, Maryam, Vera, Renata, Anders, Arian, Bjorn, Bodhi, Astrid, Alessia, Antonella, Giavanna, Julieta, Noor, Rivka, Sylvie, Veda, Vivienne, Cristiano, Henrik, Lachlan, Maximiliano, Stefan, Tadeo, Torin, Zev, Vincenzo, Joelle, Khalid, Violeta, Yehuda, Mustafa, Yara, Castiel, Kailani, Zainab, Santana, Koa, Kaylani, Kehlani, Keilani, Zakai, Dakari, Waverly, Henley, Lennox, Palmer, Ford, Boone, Nixon, Ledger, Harlan, Archer, Bowen, Brantley,...

  • Blog Post: 2009 Baby Names: What Was In, Out, Hot, Not This Year

    , according to one new study that received a lot of attention this year. Todd Gureckis, an assistant

  • Blog Post: Is Sailor the New Harper? Hot Girl Names Ending with R

    Number 650 in 2014. Another short, surname-style name to consider? Greer. Eleanor – Not every girl

  • Blog Post: They're Ba-ack: 12 Names You Won't Believe Are Hot Again

    Most of  the vintage names that have gained in popularity this year have obvious charms—Tobias, say, and Clementine, sweet Adeline and Matilda and spunky Mabel-- names that might elicit coos from admiring older relatives. But there are others on the rise that feel more midcentury than antique, and which could completely bewilder your mother-in-law or Gran, who still associate them with their own in-laws or Grans. [nggallery id="248" template="nameberry"]

  • Blog Post: IN HONOR OF ST. PADDY'S DAY: THE HOT IRISH NAME FINN

    McCool.   How could a name not be cool with an ancestor like that? But unlike other, far more complex

  • Blog Post: Hot Baby Names: The 16 hottest choices of 2013 (so far)

    By Pamela Redmond Satran The hot baby names making the most dramatic leaps up the popularity

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  • User List: Classic but Just Hot

    Keanu, Euan, Quince, Clint, Lou, Lorca, Roan

  • User List: Belgian Names – What's Hot in Brussels

    Adam, Adrien, Alan, Albert, Alex, Alexandra, Alexandre, Alexia, Alexis, Ali, Alice, Alicia, Aline, Alix, Amandine, Anais, Amélie, Andy, Anna, Anne, Anthony, Antoine, Arnaud, Arno, Arthur, Audrey, Aurelie, Aurore, Axel, Axelle, Aya, Benjamin, Benoit, Camille, Caroline, Cassandra, Catherine, Celie, Céline, Charlotte, Chloé, Christian, Cindy, Clara, Clémence, Clement, Coline, Corentin, Cynthia, Cyril, Damien, David, Dimitri, Dorian, Elisa, Elisabeth, Elise, Elodie, Emilie, Emma, Estelle, Eva,...

  • Blog Post: Call Me Laila…No, Ruth…No, Linda— The Story of How I Got Hooked on Names

    , my was shattered.  (Obviously, I'm not the ideal person to come to for advice on changing a child's

  • Blog Post: A Tale of Two Christopher Robins--or how I got my name

    —who happens to be Linda Rosenkrantz—has been begging me to write a blog about how I got my name

  • Blog Post: Baby Name Regrets: Got A Few?

    Nameberry was quoted last week in news stories all over the world about a new study that claimed 10 percent of parents regret their baby's name. The reports ranged from this one in the Huffington Post to a piece in Britain's Daily Mail that found its way to the Italian newspaper Corriere Della Sera and on to Jezebel. There were many questions on whether the 10 percent figure could possibly be accurate, though a story last year put the figure even higher, at 20 percent. So we decided...

  • Blog Post: Singular Stars Inspire Hit Baby Names

    Hot 100 to the baby name popularity charts next? [nggallery id="196" template="nameberry"]

  • Blog Post: One Hit Wonders: Beatrix, Baker & Boone

    . Two things to bear in mind: a lot of these names made their solo appearances soon after the Social

  • Blog Post: A Host of TV Baby Names

    also the surname of legendary talk show host Johnny Carson. Trevor Noah Trevor is a Welsh name

  • Blog Post: How Popular is Too Popular?

    surprising number of  people often didn't know how to pronounce or spell it.  And so, try as I might

  • Blog Post: Nicknames: Got some fresh ideas?

    content with the old Andys and Angies, Ricks and Randys. A lot of the newly revived three-and-four

  • Blog Post: The Names That Got Away

    girl's name, but not one my husband likes. Our only daughter would have been Henry if she'd been a

  • List: Names That Mean Hog

  • List: Names That Mean Hop

  • Blog Post: How DO You Pronounce That?

    are open to multiple possibilities. They’re not necessarily wrong – just different. Our assumptions

  • Blog Post: M.I.A. Baby: How To Rock That Name

    early celebrity crazy baby namer, and Peaches is not all grown up and talking on TV about how much she

  • Blog Post: How About Harvey? What About Walter?

    The Nameberry Question of the Week: Would you name your baby boy Harvey or Stanley or any of the other up-and-coming oldies appearing on the recently released British pop list? Is this another case where the Yanks will follow the Brits in baby-naming trends and revive such previously verboten Grandpa names as Harvey, Arthur, Leon, Walter and Stanley-- all once considered distinguished in their day?  Or similar in style name like  Gilbert, Murray, Ralph, Howard or Ernest? Which, if any,...

  • Blog Post: Seasonal Baby Names: How do they rank?

    Thailand for the past couple of years, I have not experienced fall in all its glory and I miss it. This

  • Blog Post: How Long Do Popular Names Stay Popular?

    shortly. A Nameberry reader recently asked: How long do baby names in the US Top 10 tend to remain

  • Blog Post: How Ramona Made Me A Name Nerd

    wonderful volume you’re holding. I’m not saying an eleven-year-old Manhattan-based spy is my role model