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The Top 100 Baby Names Of 2014, According To Nameberry

According to Nameberry, the most popular baby names for 2014 are Imogen for girls and Asher for boys. Nameberry's Top 100 list is based on the number of views each name attracted on the website, out of a total of nearly 50 million views in 2014.

But the biggest news is the huge influence of television and celebrities on names zooming up Nameberry’s popularity list. The "Game of Thrones"-inspired girls’ name Khaleesi ranks at Number 2, with Daenerys also in the Nameberry Top 100.

On the boys’ side, new names entering the Top 10 are Silas, popularized by "Weeds," along with Jasper, Milo and Ezra. The biggest leaps were the Jolie-Pitt-influenced Knox, up 60 places, followed by Archer and Ryker.

The three names climbing furthest up the Nameberry Top 100 for girls are Ellie, Cordelia and Maya; others include Adeline, plus four stylish L-names: Lucy, Lila, Louisa and Luna.

Names that made the biggest slides are emblematic of pop culture shifts. For girls, names losing popularity include Katniss from "The Hunger Games" along with popular celebrity baby choices Harper, Seraphina, and Everly. For boys, Flynn, of "Breaking Bad," dropped 67 places, followed by Christian of 50 Shades of Grey and Arlo of "Justified." Even George, as in 2013’s little prince, lost 36 spots.

Here are Nameberry's lists of the Top 100 baby names for girls and for boys in 2014:

Girls

1. Imogen 2. Khaleesi 3. Charlotte 4. Isla 5. Cora 6. Penelope 7. Violet 8. Amelia 9. Eleanor 10. Hazel 11. Claire 12. Adelaide 13. Adeline 14. Ivy 15. Lucy 16. Alice 17. Olivia 18. Evangeline 19. Genevieve 20. Maisie 21. Lila 22. Beatrice 23. Rose 24. Maeve 25. Scarlett 26. Ava 27. Aurora 28. Nora 29. Willa 30. Elizabeth 31. Eloise 32. Elodie 33. Caroline 34. Emma 35. Matilda 36. Clara 37. Grace 38. Cordelia 39. Clementine 40. Aurelia 41. Ellie 42. Poppy 43. Arabella 44. Elsa 45. Ella 46. Harlow 47. Harper 48. Iris 49. Seraphina 50. Katniss 51. Luna 52. Mila 53. Ruby 54. Aria 55. Sophia 56. Mae 57. Mia 58. Juliet 59. Eliza 60. Evelyn 61. Audrey 62. Josephine 63. Maya 64. Isabella 65. Emmeline 66. Emily 67. Stella 68. Chloe 69. Olive 70. Anna 71. Sadie 72. Wren 73. Louisa 74. Annabelle 75. Lily 76. Piper 77. Daenerys 78. Jane 79. Gemma 80. Lola 81. Esme 82. Margaret 83. Willow 84. Zara 85. Ada 86. Frances 87. Everly 88. Mabel 89. Lydia 90. Daisy 91. Pearl 92. Madeline 93. Phoebe 94. Delilah 95. Kinsley 96. Isabel 97. Georgia 98. Hannah 99. Abigail 100. Millie

Boys

1. Asher 2. Declan 3. Atticus 4. Oliver 5. Silas 6. Henry 7. Jasper 8. Finn 9. Milo 10. Ezra 11. Leo 12. Levi 13. Jude 14. Wyatt 15. Felix 16. Sebastian 17. Soren 18. Beckett 19. Miles 20. Theodore 21. Bodhi 22. Jack 23. Liam 24. Archer 25. Owen 26. Emmett 27. Ethan 28. William 29. Sawyer 30. Caleb 31. Benjamin 32. Oscar 33. Josiah 34. Julian 35. James 36. Andrew 37. Hudson 38. Knox 39. Hugo 40. Alexander 41. Zachary 42. Dashiell 43. Ryder 44. Ryker 45. Ronan 46. Lucas 47. Thomas 48. Elijah 49. Luke 50. Samuel 51. Callum 52. Noah 53. Arthur 54. Isaac 55. Jacob 56. Theo 57. Weston 58. Axel 59. Roman 60. Rhys 61. Everett 62. Zane 63. Grayson 64. Rowan 65. August 66. Kai 67. Harrison 68. Beau 69. Gabriel 70. Jackson 71. Griffin 72. Austin 73. Nolan 74. Xavier 75. Daniel 76. Nathaniel 77. Charles 78. Nash 79. Simon 80. Jonah 81. Holden 82. Micah 83. Flynn 84. John 85. Wesley 86. Christian 87. Elliot 88. Graham 89. Nathan 90. George 91. Nicholas 92. Lincoln 93. Cassius 94. Tristan 95. Gideon 96. Maxwell 97. Tobias 98. Lachlan 99. Arlo 100. Matthew

Nameberry's Most Popular Baby Names Of 2013 ... So Far