Baby names

  1. Beatrix
    • Elodie
      • Origin:

        French, variation of Alodia, German
      • Meaning:

        "foreign riches"
      • Description:

        The lyrical and melodious Elodie, a Nameberry favorite, is starting to rise through the US popularity charts for the first time since the 1880s. It's a uncommon member of the trending El- family of names, which includes Ella, Eloise, and Eleanor.
    • Jago
      • Origin:

        Spanish and Cornish variation of Jacob
      • Meaning:

        "supplanter"
      • Description:

        Jago is a dashing alternative to overused favorite Jacob.
    • Louis
      • Origin:

        German and French
      • Meaning:

        "renowned warrior"
      • Description:

        Kate and William shocked the world when they announced that they'd named their third child Louis -- Prince Louis Arthur Charles, to be more precise. But we've been predicting a comeback for this classic name for a long time.
    • Louise
      • Mabyn
        • Origin:

          Cornish, from English
        • Meaning:

          "youth"
        • Description:

          This rare sixth-century saint's name has a modern, merry feel.
      • Raleigh
        • Origin:

          English
        • Meaning:

          "meadow of roe deer"
        • Description:

          Attractive North Carolina place-name and surname of explorer Sir Walter Raleigh. Distinctive, classy-but-approachable choice for either sex.
      • Ramsay
        • Origin:

          English
        • Meaning:

          "low-lying land"
        • Description:

          A surname occasionally used as a first, as in former attorney general Ramsey Clark. This spelling is now closely associated with the psychopathic Game of Thrones villain Ramsay Snow (later Ramsay Bolton), and so is probably best avoided as long as the show and books are popular.
      • Ramsey
        • Origin:

          English
        • Meaning:

          "low-lying land"
        • Description:

          A surname with potential as a first — Ramsey was given to a little over 100 baby boys in 2022.
      • Remmy
        • Remy
          • Origin:

            French from Latin
          • Meaning:

            "oarsman"
          • Description:

            Remy is one of the hottest names today for both boys and girls, sometimes spelled Remi. . It entered the popularity list in 2009 and has quickly become one of the fastest-rising names on the list.
        • Siobhan
          • Origin:

            Irish Gaelic
          • Meaning:

            "god is gracious"
          • Description:

            Siobhan is the Irish variation of Joan, which is derived from the ancient Anglo-Norman name Jehanne. In this way Siobhan is indirectly related to the name Sinead—the Irish form of Jeannette, which also derived from Jehanne—although Sinead is not a nickname for Siobhan. Siobhan was the name of several early Irish queens and was introduced to the American public by the actress Siobhan McKenna.
        • Wilder
          • Origin:

            Surname or word name
          • Description:

            New to the US Top 1000 in 2015, Wilder is on many parents' possibility lists, one of the new generation of bad boy names growing in popularity. Wilder got a big boost in interest through Goldie Hawn's grandson, born in 2007, via son Oliver.