popular girls names
Girls Without further ado, here are Nameberry's Top 100 baby names of 2015... so far: Adalyn Ainsley Alaia Alessia Alina
The hottest girls’ names -- those that have risen the furthest on this year’s Top 100 -- are Elodie, Maisie, and Evangeline
Written by Linda Rosenkrantz for Nameberry The most notable names of 2013 were borne by prominent personages in the realms
1. Aberdeen, 10 2. Afra, 9 3. Africa, 8 4. Alannis, 9 5. Aliz, 10 6. Amabel, 7 7. Amorie, 10 8. Annetta, 10 9. Anwen, 10
Names that were given to only five babies at the end of the 19th century, right down there with Spurgeon and Icy, include
Nameberry tallies which names attract the most views among the 14 million page views for all of the names on its site. The Nameberry popularity list measures which names parents are considering for their children in the future.
For girls, Imogen, which claimed the top spot on the site at the mid-year mark, widened its lead over longtime favorite Charlotte
Names making the biggest leap up the list for girls over the first quarter are Harper, Jane, Quinn (influenced, no doubt, by Glee), Clara, Clementine, Ivy (a new entrant to the Top 100), and Bryn.