Best Baby Names For 2023

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As we close out 2022, some of us may be adding to our family. If you are expecting a bundle of joy next year and are having a hard time coming up with a name, we have the top baby names for 2023 courtesy of our friends at Nameberry listed below.

1.  Alden . . . “It feels charming, understated, old-school, a little bit woodsy.”

2.  Archie . . . “Harry and Meghan’s son’s name.”

3.  Billie . . . “In addition to Billie Eilish, boyish nicknames for girls are hot.”

4.  Breland . . . “There’s an up-and-coming singer-songwriter named Breland.”

5.  Celeste . . . “Feminine without frills.”

6.  Cosmo . . . “Scarlett Johansson’s son’s name.”

7.  Elio . . . “It has a cool O ending, a liquid sound, and international appeal.”

8.  Everest . . . “A natural successor to popular Everett, but with a cool twist.”

9.   Halston . . . “It appeals because it’s unisex, and has a modern sound.”

10.  Jolene . . . “Retro and quirky, and it comes with a built-in lullaby.”

11.  Linus . . . “Beyond ‘Peanuts’, it’s an early pope’s name, and before that the name of the mythological inventor of rhythm and poetry.”

12.  Louise . . . “A stylish, vintage name . . . and the on-trend ‘Lu’ sound.”

13.  Luxury . . . “The obvious next step from Lux, which is becoming popular.”

14.  Marigold . . . “Parents have been seeking offbeat nature names.”

15.  Noah (as a girl’s name) . . . “It feels like the secret’s out.”

16.  Omri . . . “A fresh Biblical option with soft sounds.”

17.  Romy . . . “Romy has such a rich sound, caramel sauce rich.”  (???)

18.  Rose . . . “A go-to middle name . . . but being used more as a first.”

19.  Sayer . . . “Originally an occupational name for someone who went around reciting poetry and news, before newspapers and universal education.”

20.  Sunday . . . “An influencer family could be giving this name a spike.”

21.  Tru . . . “Part modern virtue, part vintage nickname . . . and streamlined.”

22.  Wilde . . . “It has a surname-y edge to temper the wildness of the word.”

23.  Yuna . . . “It shares sounds with the ultra-popular Luna . . . but much of its appeal lies in the fact that it’s a multicultural mini-name.”

 

 

Courtesy of (Nameberry)