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You are going to have a baby soon and didn't think of any name yet? There is no reason for you to worry. That is why we are here - to watch your back. Many parents run into difficulties while picking a name for their child, it is no surprise you are a little bit lost too. Just go through calendar with names or pick one from this most popular babies’ names list we have right here for you.


Names for girls:


Emma - an English name meaning "whole" or "universal".

Olivia - an elaboration of Olive, Olivia means "olive tree". Naming your baby after a symbol of peace is never a bad idea and if you get a surprise on the day, Oliver is also in the 2017 popular boy's names list.

Ava - translated from Hebrew means "like a bird", from Persian - "voice". I believe it is nice to call your daughter as a symbols of freedom.

Sophia - everything old is new again, and Sophia is definitely on the favoring end of that adage. By the way, Greek origins: "wisdom".

Isabella - it's rise has been fairly recent and metoric. A classic Italian and Spanish name, many European queens have worn it well. Nickname possibilities include Izzy and Bella. Cute!

Mia - a short version of Maria. Short and sweet, parents seem to be gravitating towards this name by the boatload. It comes from Hebrew, Italian, French, and Scandinavian origins.

Amelia - Latin origins: "industrious, hard working". Combination of two medieval names, Emilia and Amalia.

Charlotte - it is the feminine form of Charles and the name of many Queens in history, translated from French it means "free man". Good choice I would say.

Aria - An Italian word meaning “air” or “melody,” Aria is also the Hebrew word for “lioness.” As a musical term, the word refers to a song in an opera meant for a single voice. While mostly given to girls, Aria is also a traditional Indian and Persian boy’s name.

Ella - It’s not hard to see the name’s appeal. It manages to sound romantic, modern, and sophisticated all at once. Also girls would adore the meaning of their name: “beautiful fairy woman".

Abigail - Hebrew origins:  "gives joy, my father rejoices".

Evelyn - it is a romantic and feminine name that is making a comeback from it’s super popular days a century ago, perhaps due to its closeness to current name superstars Ava, Avery, and Eva. Besides, who doesn’t want to be a “wished for” child?

Emily - Emily is an English form of Emilia. Emilia originates in Latin language and means "competitor, rival". It is a feminine form of Emil. As a feminine given name it has been used since the end of the 19th century. It was the name of a character in William Shakespeare's tragedy Othello. Over decades, Emily has been one of the most popular feminine given names.

Avery – Avery is an anglicized variant of Aubrey. Aubrey originates in Germanic languages and means "ruler of elves".

Scarlett - "Scarlett" is a name of English origin, and it means "Red". It's a name commonly given to girls. It is awesome to have your daughter called after a color, which basically symbolizes female gender.


Names for boys:


Liam - irish names are on an upward trend right now and Liam is no exception. While Liam began as a short version of William, it is now a formidable name of its own.

Noah - a general name of Hebrew origins, derived from the Hebrew name 'Noach', which means 'rest, comfort'.

Lucas - a variant of Luke, used in various languages. Luke originates in Greek language and means "from Lucania". As a masculine given name, Luke has been popular over centuries and in different spellings all over the wold.

Mason - an English occupational name, derived from the Old French word 'masson', which means that the bearer has served his time under a master mason as an apprentice.

Oliver - it originates in Germanic and means "elf warrior". As a masculine given name, it came to English-speaking countries through the French name Olivier.

Logan - name originates in Gaelic languages and means "from a small hill". It was derived from an old Scottish surname.

Ethan - a very popular name for boys in the English speaking parts of the world, has its origin in Hebrew. It is a Biblical name, which in Hebrew means 'long lasting or enduring'.

James - it originates in Hebrew language and means "following after". It would be great to call your son as a leader, don’t you think?

Benjamin - name is of Hebrew origin and means 'right hand's son'.

Sebastian - it is derived from the Latin name 'Sebastianus', itself a locational name for people who come from Sebastos, in Greece. The place name Sebastos itself means 'revered'.

Jackson - the meaning of the name is 'God is gracious'

Alexander - name originates in Greek language and means "defender of man". It has always been one of the most popular masculine given names all over the world.

Carter - it is a very old English occupational surname that formerly referred to "the one who uses a cart".

Daniel - it is an old Hebrew name and means “the lord is my judge”. It is a very popular name because of the character named Daniel in the Bible in the book of Daniel and how he was saved from the cave of lions because of his faith in God.

Matthew – name originates in Hebrew language and means "God's present".


Hope so this list will help you to decide what name you should choose. The best advice would be – when you will find it, you will know it is the one. Best of luck.

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