Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Boys names

Boys names

What are the hottest new names baby this year? Based on the analysis of over 23 million page views to Nameberry by January, we have attached these options as the hottest names in 2011.
Is a list of surprise, driven by unexpected celebrities, rediscover classics and more compelling events during the year.

Nameberry of the hottest Baby names for 2011:
MPOMPOTIS It was not only the bottom of the MPOMPOTIS Middleton which attracted widespread attention in the Royal marriage, the name of two well-known MPOMPOTIS and most official Philippa is the name of the baby for number 1, year round in warmer Nameberry. MPOMPOTIS classifies 35 more-search our catalog so far this year and do not see any among the 200 most popular names for girls 2010. While Kate is so varied, it is not nearly as hot.

The soft, Biblical Asher Asher receives the hottest boys name spot by virtue of having unseated Henry as all-time name, number 1 for boys with Nameberry. For the first time in 2011, Asher has pulled forward.

Celebrity baby name Elula new trend: parents choose name attention-getting and then refuse to reveal their name you chose, you might enhance the interest and hype? This unusual choice of Isla Fisher and Sasha Baron Cohen for his second daughter was not yet in our database is a last name from the Hebrew calendar – and is now the name more-search number 38 in Nameberry.

Everett in a groundbreaking move that feminists baby name applauding, boys names are for the first time pushed heavily by the popularity of their female counterparts. Everett, up to 50 posts most-search our catalog, inspired by such options as Eva elegant girls and Evelyn.

Hadley success of bestselling novel Paris wife has raised the interesting name of his first wife Hadley Richardson, Hemingway, 50 spots on our list.

Arlo because of the star, a name sometimes languish for years, inspiring some little namesakes, and then suddenly, with no appreciable reason associated with the original Star, take off? Happened mostly during the last decade with Ava, and now this is done with Arlo. Other names o fee for boys heating: Nico, Victor Hugo, Otto. (Yes, Otto.)

Mila's gorgeous new star name, Mila Kunis, and resembles a handful of trendy names – Mia, Maya, Lila – due for a change. The result: a baby name breakout.

Flynn Finn already is hot, but cousin Flynn, choosing baby names Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr, taking off. This one also nods golden age of Hollywood and Errol Flynn.

ADA, Adele, Adeline, Adelaide is a vintage girls name that starts with Ad-this cannot lose this year, it seems. All these options shift to modern, taking much catalog-modern cousins Ava and Addison stopped.

Archer literary baby names are hot now, especially when they're not too literary: I think Holden, Atticus and Yes (more about this in a moment) Harper. Archer, as in Henry James ' portrait of a woman and Edith Wharton the age of innocence, is perfect: it is unusual, yet classic modern-feeling, and there's little risk, anyone having read the books.

The Beckhams Luna collect the Harper yawn-inducing for their daughter, but cannot be one of the hottest names in 2011 because it was already one of the hottest names in 2010, when nearly 3,000 non-celebrity baby girls were called Harper. And seven are simply too … weird. The real hottie who started by searching the name Beckham was otherworldly Luna, the name of their rumored to pick the most Posh pregnancy.
Nameberry ( is a site naming baby produced by Pamela Redmond Satran and Linda Rosenkrantz, co-authors 10 bestselling baby name guides, as well as the newer, "Beyond Ave and George: the enlightened Guide to Naming your baby."

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