Nameclouds decided to dig deeper into the top baby names of 2019. We took a look at the origins and data for the top three baby boy and girl names and created a name card for each of them! Curious about what other names made the top charts for 2019? Read our comprehensive blog here! 

 

Interestingly enough, there were similarities in the origins for the top baby boy and girl names. For example, Olivia and Oliver both are Latin and derive from the Olive Tree. Ava and Liam are also both Latin and mean “like a bird”. 

We have graded these names with an arrow system, << & >> to show if these names are more or less of these elements.

Olivia 

 

Origin: Latin, deriving from the Olive Tree 

>> Traditional 

>> Liberal 

>> Fame Factor 

<< Trending Down 

 

Emma 

 

Origin: Old German, meaning embracing all or universal one 

>> Traditional 

>> Liberal 

>> Fame Factor 

<< Trending Down 

 

Ava 

 

Origin: Latin, meaning like a bird.

>> Traditional 

>> Conservative 

>> Fame Factor 

<< Trending Down 

 

Liam 

 

Origin: Latin, meaning like a bird.

>> Traditional 

>> Conservative 

>> Fame Factor 

<< Trending Down 

 

Noah 

 

Origin: Hebrew, meaning to wander 

>> Traditional 

>> Liberal 

>> Fame Factor 

<< Trending Down 

 

Oliver 

 

Origin: Latin, deriving from the Olive Tree. 

>> Traditional 

>> Liberal 

<< Fame Factor 

>> Trending Up

 

Something we can all agree on, traditional names are most popular but it seems that they have a short time period as most of these names are trending down for 2020. Try the Nameclouds Free Demo or subscribe for yourself, or for a relative or friend!