Adorable names are roaring back into style—for girls only.
Sometimes a name is more than a single name. It’s a spark; an idea that opens up a new realm of possibilities.
What goes up must come down—but not necessarily the same way.
We’re used to -o endings pointing to male names and -a endings to female. But parents are starting to flip the script on final letters.
While most classic boys’ nicknames are disappearing, these four are at all-time highs and still rising. What’s their secret?
Aaron used to have the start of the alphabet to itself, but times have changed.
Is it massive? Is it powerful? How about savage and prepared to wreak havoc? If so, it’s ready to be a baby name—for boys only.
Namerology.com often focuses on the dramatic changes in US baby naming. But the name revolution doesn’t stop at the border.
Trends used to be about specific names. Today’s name trends are something different.
As more girls’ names return from the dead, they point in a new direction.