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Popular names vs. In 15 years?

Hi, I’m Abby. I’m 14. No, I’m not pregnant and I’m not looking into having kids anytime soon. I was wondering what names you think will be popular in 15 years when I might start having babies. Thanks! - Abby

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In 15 Years?


Poll created: Jun 26, 2013
Total Votes: 0


I think Levi for a boy and Kaia for a girl.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Haha -- now that the naming trends have gone to total "uniqueness", I say that the next generation will be fed up with the creative naming, and go back to John and Mary.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I think "older, 90s" names will make a comeback

Dylan & Amanda for example
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Hmm, good question. Names like Audrey/Aubrey are on the rise, and I can definitely picture Stella becoming the next Sophia/Emma/Olivia. For boys, people will either look to classics like Oliver and David, or use more modern occupational names, like Archer, Bridger, or even something like Easton.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I’m gonna say there will be a variety. A lot of trendy and traditional names. I think vintage names will make a comeback. Then of course all the weird spellings (Y’s replacing I’s and O’s ex. Landyn and all those K names ex. Karleigh)
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I think names that were popular around the 50’s and 60’s when people named their babies will be hugely popular for instance Carol, Maggie, Heather, Leanne, Wendy, Faye, Joy, Shirley, Nancy, Shirley, Jeanette/Jean, Jodie, Judith/Judy, Sally,
Debbie, Barbara, Ruth, Sue, Ian, Neil, Paul, George, Peter, Richard, Robert, Bill, Tom, Keith, & Bobby
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report

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