As parents, we want the best for our children, and this includes the names we choose for them. These days, parents are seeking names that are both uncommon and beautiful. Naming your kid takes a lot of consideration, and it may take a longer time of uncertainty before you find the ideal name. There are common names that people adore, and then there are names that are less well-known yet equally adored. We’ve made things a little simpler for you by compiling a list of adorable baby names that are now trendy and will continue to trend in the next decade or so (mainly because they’re so fantastic!). If you want your child to grow up in a gender-neutral world, you may name him or her any of the following baby names without caring about his or her gender. It just needs to be the proper fit and complement your baby’s aura! So let’s get started with a few names that are sure to make you fall in love:
If you’re a Disney lover, you’ll definitely enjoy this one because it’s the Disney version of Sleeping Beauty. The name “Aurora” comes from a Latin word that means “dawn.” It is the name of the goddess of dawn in Greco-Roman mythology. The connotation is calm and quiet. It’s a nice name, which is presumably why it’s becoming more popular and will remain so for the next decade.
India is a lovely country, rich in diversity and beauty, but that is not all. Today, “India” is also a great name. People all around the world are calling their children India, and we can all agree that it is a fantastic name, much like the nation. It not only sounds exotic, but it may also refer to your child’s many abilities or personalities. Although you may not have seen any Indians with that name, if someone names their child “India,” it will work in their favor.
Genesis is the Bible’s first book, and it literally means “at the beginning.” It’s a fantastic name, especially for a firstborn child. Gene, Genny, Ness, and Nessy are some of the charming nicknames and variants of this name. Because of the memorable name, it may come out as tense. The name’s core meaning is being born into a specific generation or race. The connotation is profound since it is the beginning of everything, and it also sounds like a sci-fi fantasy picture in which the protagonist is all prepared to ʀᴇsᴄᴜᴇ the planet.
This one could strike a bell if you’re a reader – Gone With The Wind vibes, anyone? The name “Rhett” has Dutch origins and means “counsel.” This is the name for you if you want elegance, refinement, and grit in your name. It has a dark academic bent to it, as well as a serene temperament.
Hadley is a lovely name that roughly translates to “heather meadow” or “heather field.” Do you adore names that conjure up images of butterflies and flowers? Then Hadley is for you. “Hailey” was a popular name that is similar to “Hadley,” but the latter is gaining popularity these days!
Seamus is another figure from the fantasy realm; specifically, Seamus Finnigan from the Harry Potter books. This one, pronounced Shay-mus, has an ancient Irish ring to it. With Irish roots, the name “Seamus” is a variant of the English name “James,” and it might signify “supplanter.”
Roman earned a spot on the list of the Top Most Popular Baby Names of 2016, and its popularity is likely to continue well into the next decade. It means “a Roman” and is derived from the Latin word “Romanus.”
We understand that this makes you think of the outstanding actor Ezra Miller. The word is simple to pronounce and has a strong effect. This one, on the other hand, is unique and not well known, but it is undeniably beautiful. This little-known gem has Hebrew roots and signifies “God’s aid.” If you’re familiar with Bible kings, you’ll recognize that this one was made by a king of Judah, and we praise him for it! It’s uncommon, lovely, and ideal for nicknames like Ari, Aria, Zari, and Zaria.
This incredibly interesting name with a Spanish heritage has all the makings of a hit. It means “Follower of St. Anna” in English. It also has a seductive ring to it, which is appropriate for children who are drawn to the arts, whether it be music or ᴘᴀɪɴting. Despite the fact that it is a surname, many parents are giving their children the name “Santana” as a first name. There’s a new trend in town!
This traditional name for females is derived from “Valerius,” which is as captivating as it sounds. This Roman hero was powerful, steadfast, committed, and astute, which pretty well sums up the name’s meaning. Valerius is translated into French as Valerie. It was first popular in Spain, but it is now being adopted by parents all over the world.