Baby Name Poll Results
5 favorite vs. 5 least favorites vs. Girls and boys.
I don’t know the sex of my baby yet but we want to start thinking of names. In the comments can you say what your top 5 girl and boy names are and why you like them and your 5 least favorite boy and girl names and why you don’t like the names? It would help us a lot! Thanks! -Anna
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Did you have a list of names to choose from? Or just looking for ideas?
I’m just looking for ideas. Like what are your personal favorites. Thanks!
favorite boy names
Top 5 girls:
Adalyn- I love how cute this name is yet it can sound sophisticated too
Avery- super cute and I don’t find it masculine at all
Brooklyn- I literally randomly fall in love with this name if I hear or see it
Lila- I love how sweet and girly this is!
Sadie- spunky and sassy yet frilly and girly!
Top 5 boys:
Carter- always loved how masculine and cute this is
Nolan- new favorite, I think it’s super handsome and will age well
Kieran- charming and strong
Torin- not heard of very often but still recognizable
Ryder- this is just a super cool boys name
Bottom 5 girls:
Ava- I just hear this waaaaay too much!
Ella- ditto ^^
Olivia- " "
Beatrice- doesn’t appeal for any age group and I really hate the nickname Bea
Bottom 5 boys:
Jacob- too popular!
George- only suits a white haired president IMO
Benjamin- I just hear this too much
Andrew- just never liked it. Seems too harsh
Anything I like for girls that are unisex: Avery, Skylar, etc
Caroline--lovely sound, fits many personalities and ages
Georgia--underused and so flattering!
Eve--great alternative to the popular Evelyn, sweet, and diverse in its simplicity
Grace--underused as a first name, so pretty w/ a great meaning
Juliet--beautiful, underused classic
William--strong, handsome name
James--same as above, underused
Jace--sort of rockstar, sweet child, or white-collar sounding. Charming.
Emmett--cute, vintage gem that was almost lost, but very handsome on all ages
Nathan--I adore the nickname Nate, charming and classic
I like most of my favorite names for the same reason. They sound nice to me and they age well. Most of them have personal meaning to me.
I can’t really pin point my least favorite names but in general I dislike trendy, made-up, misspelled names, boys names on girls, names that are too cutesy, etc... Here are some examples (no offense to anyone who likes these names)
Jack- I have been in love with this name sense I was little. It just has the masculine touch I love
Silas- I love that it has a little spice to it.
Sebastian- So manly sounding.
Luke- This one always has been a long time fav. I picture a Luke being a strong man.
Finn- Just adore this name.
Bentley- Teen moms use it way to much
Walter- way to old for babies today
Finley- Though I love Finn, I hate Finley (boy or girl). It doesn’t sound masculine or feminine at all
Tatum- Same as Finley.
Eloise- Eloise has the feminine and girly touch I love.
Eleanor (Ellie)-same as Eloise. I named one of my twin girls this name.
Clara- I just adore this name. My youngest daughter has this name.
Genevieve (Evie)- It sounds like a tough girls name which is what I love about it. My other twin girl has this name
Mia- The girly part of it takes an affect on me and Mia also has the tough part about it.
Autumn- I knew a girl growing up with this name and she ruined it for me. I just picture a rotten, nasty girl.
Jenna- same as Autumn
Kennedy- I hate this on a girl. Its not feminine at all
I dislike the teen mom names (Audrey, Aleah, Emersyn, Jordyn etc... They are all tacky and overused.
Oh and I hate
Brooklyn( all the lyns)
Ruby(diamond and those names)
Evangeline (Solid, feminine, angelic sounding)
Seraphina (Also solid and feminine, very strong sounding)
Charlize (Feminine, unique)
Emma (Classic, feminine, looks great for any age)
Natalie (Classic, feminine)
Leo (Strong, solid)
Owen (Looks great on any age)
Greyson (Looks great on any age, masculine)
Ronan (Very masculine)
Jay (Simple, always been a sucker for it)
I would stay away from anything that people won’t be able to pronounce or word names (personally I think they look tacky). GL!
Amber, Eliza, Elsie, Nora, Elodie/Elora
Charles, Edward, Kevin, David, Mark/Marcus
Ellis, Hadley, Emery, Camille, Hallie
Judson, Drew, Creede, Memphis, Reiss
Fav girl names:
Kennedy-I love Kennedy on a girl, it looks so odd on a boy!
Avery- same as Kennedy
Haven- I think it is so beautiful
Emerson- So cute and love the nickname Emmie.
Adalina- A little more unique than Adalyn, yet still pretty!
(I clearly like unisex names on girls. But not on boys. Although I think all of these have a more feminine touch to them.)
Fav boy names:
Asher- super handsome
Ezra- i just think its a cool name
Boone- sounds super masculine, and is one of my favorite cities!
Tripp- I picture a funny, cool, happy boy!
Sawyer- Another masculine but fun name
Least favorite names:
Catherine- just not my style
Gwen/Gwendolyn- sounds so masculine and heavy
Antoinette- not very pretty
Anna- too plain
Veronica- sounds Old
Nathaniel- never liked it, and i dont like Nate
Jacob- over used
Luke- too popular
Leonard- Not my style and I don’t like Lenny
Douglas- again not my style and I don’t like Doug/Dougie
Liam-sounds like gagging on food
Noah-dull, like "No Uh"
Landon-really, just an annoying name
Mason-Just doesn’t sound like a name to me
Cooper- rhymes with pooper
Hadley-like most H names for girls, harsh and masculine
Sutton-rhymes with sluttin’. Not attractive
Isabel-Sick of this name. Horrid.
Kinley-How did this become a name. Makes me think of Kinsey (as in the Kinsey Reports; and Kidney)
Harper-from the verb ’to harp’. Not attractive.
Malcolm:Nickname Mack, don’t hear it often
Gabriel: Nickname Gabe, cute, popular though
Rico:Mexican name,young and Energetic sounding
James:Popular, but I love nickname Jimmy
Maia:Just like the sound
Calissa: nickname Callie
Sonia: nickname Nia, not heard much
Erica: Just like the sound
Naomi:Like the sound
John: means toilet,common,boring
Bentley: it just gets me "bent" out of shape :D
Cayden,Aiden,Jayden: all Aden names are popular
Horace:certain word in there
William:Not bad but, it’s sounds royal and was over used in the olden days
McKenna:"My parents wanted me to work at a fast food joint!"
Makayla:"I’m McKenna’s sister! Matching jobs!Sqeee!
Rebeckah: spelled this way. Knew a girl who was demented with this name.
Any form of Alexis:gives me a headache!
Sorry if anyone’s name was on least favorite.
Adam! What is wrong every time I type the name on here? Urrr!
Top Girls: Juliet, Rachel, Amelia, Anastasia, Audrey, Annabel, Maeve, Minna, Naomi, Violet.
Top Boys: Jack, Julian, Jonah, Sebastian, Conor, Flynn, Ezra Emmett, Michael
Bottom Girls: Mackenzie, Diamond, Destiny, Chastity, Mercedes, Honor, Nevaeh, Eunice, Gertrude, Delores
Bottom Boys: Hunter, Gunnar, Tucker, Tanner, Trent, Brent, Bruce, Brody, Axel, Cooper,
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