Whether you’re looking for an on-trend baby name OR want to avoid a name that’s rising in popularity, you’ll want to check out this list. These baby names are swiftly moving up the charts and are predicted to be super trendy in 2019.
Top Trending Names For Girls:
All variations of Amelia are SO hot right now. The “A” spelling is extremely popular, sitting in the top 10 of the girls chart. Thanks to the actress Emilia Clarke from Game of Thrones who plays the much-loved Daenerys Targaryen, Emilia is right on its heels. Rising quickly, it broke through to the top 100 in 2017.
Hazel has been making a steady rise for the last 15 years. Now it’s in the top 50 for the first time ever, positioning to make even bigger gains this coming year.
Corresponding with the rise in fame of actress Mila Kunis, Mila has been climbing the charts since 2008. It’s current spot is an impressive number 30, but it could certainly keep with the upward trend in 2019.
If I had to pick one “breakout star” for 2019, Kinsley would be it! Unheard of 10 years ago, it has risen extremely quickly and now sits at number 59 on the girls chart.
Though it’s been around forever, Aurora was not traditionally popular until it exploded in the last three years. Now it’s in the top 50 and shows no signs of stopping.
Evelyn is one of the great old-fashioned baby names that is completely trendy right now. It broke into the to 10 last year, which means it’s already huge. This name will almost certainly be one of the hottest picks of 2019.
Kourtney Kardashian knows a thing or two about how to get baby names to jump up the charts. It’s no coincidence that the name Penelope broke into top 100 in 2013 after she chose the name for her daughter in 2012. Penelope’s momentum has only increased since then and it’s set to enter top 20 this year.
Another celebrity-influenced name, Luna is the daughter of Chrissy Teigen and John Legend who was born in 2016. The name was not even in top 100 in 2015, but is now sitting pretty in the 30s.
There is no slowing Scarlett down! It has shot up the charts since 2000 and is now in one of the top 20 spots.