Top Baby Name Predictions Of The Next Decade

by Luke Jones on

Check out these top baby name predictions for the coming 10 years according to a new survey.

2020 is not just the start of a new year, it’s the start of a new decade. So, as we look ahead to the next 10 years, many of us may be planning on starting a family at some point. Of course, having a baby means having to give your little one a name.

However, choosing a name is easier said than done. Luckily, a new study has been able to predict baby names that are likely to be the most popular over the coming decade.

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You can use the results of the study for inspiration, or to know names you should avoid if you want your baby to have a more unique name.


Top Baby Name Predictions

Parenthood company Bounty conducted a study (as reported by Hull Live) that involved 300,000 potential names. In other words, if a name exists it was certainly involved in the study.

Looking at girls names, Nellie is predicted to be the most popular in the coming 10 years. Furthermore, Elodie is ranked second and Anastasia third.

Predicted Girls Names:

  1. Nellie
  2. Elodie
  3. Anastasia
  4. Margot
  5. Aubrey
  6. Ayda
  7. Remi
  8. Alayna
  9. Aurelia
  10. Winnie
  11. Dorothy
  12. Kyla
  13. Maeve
  14. Dottie
  15. Liyana
  16. Addison
  17. Blossom
  18. Adeline
  19. Avery
  20. Nola

In terms of boys names, Chester is predicted to be the most popular. Next up are Levi and Hudson making the top three.

Predicted Boys Names:

  1. Chester
  2. Levi
  3. Hudson
  4. Eddie
  5. Myles
  6. Rio
  7. Vincent
  8. Otis
  9. Abel
  10. Coby
  11. Travis
  12. Robbie
  13. Idris
  14. Monty
  15. Romeo
  16. Raphael
  17. Barney
  18. Osian
  19. Dante
  20. Troy

Name Database

Bounty points out its study is an excellent predictor of baby names. Indeed, the company says it has the largest list of baby names in the United Kingdom.

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“This is because, outside of official birth registration lists (which are published 18 months behind) ours is the largest, most up-to-date baby names list in the UK – making it guaranteed to bring you the latest trends in baby names.”

Are you planning on starting a family in the 2020s? If so, what baby names do you like and are they on the lists above?

Written by: Luke Jones

Luke is a professional writer who is always on the lookout for fun stories all around the world, including all the latest in the world of celebrities. You can contact Luke at [email protected]