The Social Security Administration's baby names data goes back to the 1800s.
The heiress noted she was also sold on the name’s double meaning.
From Scandinavian vibes to "goth glam," these are the themes experts predict will inspire parents' choices this year.
The Social Security Administration's baby names data goes back more than a century.
Parents will likely choose these names next year based on recent trends and Social Security Administration data.
The data shows that parents often pick traditional names for sons, but choose more experimental names for daughters. We asked experts why.
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The U.K. Office for National Statistics has released its annual list of top baby names.
From adjectives to "grandpa names for girls" to choices with the letter X, these trends are set to influence new parents next year.
Adam Levine allegedly asked "the other woman" if he could name his baby after her. Apparently, there are others out there like him.