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Whatever you’re looking for, we reckon there will be something in these top 20 little lads and lasses names to tickle your fancy, have a look and let us know if you pick one!

Emma knocks Olivia off the top spot for top baby names 2017For most of the year, the popular baby name Olivia has been at the top of most lists, but a recent update from Baby Centre has shown that Emma has once again risen above her rivals to become the number one girls’ baby name for the year so far…

Liam jumps to the top of the list of top baby names 2017The list of most popular baby names is constantly changing, but in August, followers of the trends have been surprised by the growth of a very common first name for boys: Liam.

The name has jumped to the top of Baby Centre’s list of top baby names, with some suggesting that the leap could be inspired by The Hills star Lauren Conrad, who chose the name for her son in July.

The world around you is a BIG inspiration for baby names this year, with names like River, Willow, Aria and Fox making a list of names predicted to by huge in 2017 computer binary code. Netmums has predicted the most popular baby names for 2017 – and there are 21 interesting names on the list 6 in binary. So what are the themes? At least three of the names are gender neutral, with those unisex names working for boys or girls current stock market futures. Names referencing Greek and Roman mythology as well as Indian mythology, such as Maya, are also tipped to be big aud conversion to usd. Bettie and Sylvie are examples of modern takes on traditional names, Henrietta and Sylvia gbp vs usd bloomberg. Matching boy-girl names Theo and Thea are set to be coming to a classroom near you.

The half-year top baby names for 2017 are in, with Olivia leading the list for girls, and Muhammed pipping Oliver and Harry to the post for boys.

If you’re having a bouncing baby boy, don’t worry Baby Centre have got you covered with the most popular baby boy names in March 2017 chicken stock meaning in urdu. Check out this top 50 for your little man.

Baby name site Baby Centre has been tracking the most popular names for this year already usd eur. With some super pretty name inspiration in there, it’s definitely worth taking a look at this top 50 of baby girl names for 2017.

Baby name website Bounty has done a little round up of the most popular baby names for the month of love, so for any parents-to-be waiting for their Spring bundle of joy to arrive, these lists could provide some inspiration.

In the girls’ category there are some running themes throughout the top 10 names, with a lot of soft ‘s’ sounds in baby girl names like Sophie, Daisy and Jessica binary to gray code. Flower names also seem to popular, particularly those ending with a ‘y’ like Poppy.

For the lads, it’s cheeky chappy names that are coming out on top idr usd. We can imagine lots of little Harrys and Charlies tearing around in a few years time! We’re also massive fans of the baby boy name Oscar, which comes in at number seven – is it co-incidence that the Oscars are also in February? Very topical name choosing from mums and dads!

The experts at baby name website Nameberry have looked at the names that saw the biggest increase in page views in January 2017 compared to the same period in 2016, and monikers Tatjana and Kyd are on track to be among the most popular baby names of 2017.

‘The results are astonishing: a whole raft of hot new names signal a major cultural shift in 2017,’ Nameberry writer Pamela Redmond Satran said.

The name Tatjana for girls and Kyd for boys saw the biggest spikes in searches over the last year, while Tahiti took the number three spot on the girls’ list and French name Lucien was 10th on the boys’ list.

The site has also revealed the top 100 baby name predictions for 2017, which had already begun to show that parents are steering clear of traditional ideas and the more popular baby names will be a less conventional mix.

A huge trend that Pam hinted towards is mythical, heavenly names that embody power. She expects that people will be naming their children after Greek gods, with choices such as Thor, Persephone, Jupiter, Atlas, Pandora and Zeus.

Interestingly this trend has already been well and truly sparked with five boys being named God in 2015, along with 20 named Lord, 27 called Saviour and 40 baby girls named Goddess. This could also be a nod towards power couple Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s choice to name their baby boy Saint in 2015.

Other general themes that will be determining parents’ name choices are unique spellings, in both new names and traditional ones, as well as non-traditional gender identities such as James, which Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds chose for their baby girl in 2014.

Nameberry have whittled down thousands of names to find the top 100 that will be huge this year euro to pound exchange rate graph. A mix of creative and classic, we’re sure there’s something here that will catch your eye!