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The Most Popular Baby Names to Expect in 2018

Will the new royal baby's name be on this list?
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Baby names for 2018 may just be the most unique yet. For the year ahead, expect to see names that skew toward the gender neutral, and some that are even a hybrid of cultural figures and classical names—the likes fictional characters as well as royals. There's also a trend toward the nostalgic, with older names (you know, the three-syllable kind) making the cut. The website BabyGaga.com analyzed baby name data from the past year in order to make their predictions for 2018. Here's what they came up with.


Girls


1. Emma

2. Charlotte

3. Sadie

4. Violet

5. Kennedy

6. Savannah

7. Penelope

8. Victoria

9. Ellie

10. Hazel

11. Natalie

12. Luna

13. Rylie

14. Aurora

15. Scarlett

16. Nora

17. Zoe

18. Amelia

19. Harper

20. Stella


John Legend and Chrissy Teigen with their daughter Luna, whose name is number 12 on the list.


Boys


1. Finn

2. Jack

3. Atticus

4. Oliver

5. Theodore

6. Reuben

7. Dylan

8. Corin

9. Adam

10. Alexander

11. Daniel

12. Christopher

13. Brandon

14. Logan

15. Joseph

16. Hunter

17. Lucas

18. Kai

19. Jasper

20. Isaac

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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