Baby Center offers a list of the top baby names for 2014, which include Sophia, Emma and Olivia for girls and Jackson, Aidan and Liam for boys. The list is based on a survey of over 400,000 parents registered on the Baby... More »

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According to the Social Security website, the top baby names for boys in 2014 were Noah, Liam, Mason, Jacob and William. The top baby names for girls in 2014 were Emma, Olivia, Sophia, Isabella and Ava. More »

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The most popular baby girl's name in 2014 was Sophia, followed by Emma, Olivia, Ava and Isabella. Skyler was the girl's name that jumped the most spots in terms of popularity, while Sophie became significantly less popul... More »

Four of the most popular names of early 2015 are Liam and Noah for boys, and Emma and Olivia for girls. Liam means "strong-willed warrior" or "protector," while Noah is Hebrew for "rest" and "comfort." Olivia is taken fr... More »

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The most-common names for newborns in 2014 in the United States were Noah and Liam for boys and Emma and Olivia for girls. Noah means “peace” or “rest,” and Liam means “strong-willed warrior.” Emma means “entire” or “uni... More »

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The most popular names for baby girls in 2014 were Emma, Olivia, Sophia, Isabella and Ava, according to data from the Social Security Administration. Though the order of popularity changed, these five names were also all... More »

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The top baby names for U.S. girls in 2014 were Emma, Olivia, Sophia, Isabella and Ava. The top baby names for English girls in 2014 were Amelia, Olivia, Isla, Emily and Poppy. The top baby names for Australian girls in 2... More »