This year Santa will need a lot of presents for Olivias and Liams. BabyCenter announced the top 100 baby names of 2021 and those two have become the most popular. Other fashionable names include many that have been favorites over the years, including Emma, Amelia, Noah and Oliver.
BabyCenter adheres to their list from information coming directly from parents. A company statement said “hundreds of thousands of parents” submitted their children’s names, which helped the site generate lists of trending names. For 2021, BabyCenter includes various spellings in the ranking so the list includes names, such as Jackson and Jaxon, for example Sophia and Sofia, all of which are in different positions in the chart. list. Reason? A previous survey conducted by BabyCenter found that 40% of parents avoid the traditional spelling and think a lot about choosing a name with a specific spelling.
Although the site says there are no new girl names in the top 10, eight of the most popular names end with an “a,” a trend that continues to be popular. On the boys’ list, the two newcomers to the top 10 are Levi and Asher, although these guys have appeared on the list in recent years in lower places.
Other trends include more gender-neutral names, evocative nicknames, and names that come from pop culture.
The top 10 girl names are:
The top 10 boys names are:
Full list can be found at BabyCenter.
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