The folks at Nameberry just released the top baby names in searches on their site—and the results may just surprise you. (They certainly surprised me!)
Of course, viewed doesn't necessarily mean used. And some of the names on their top 10—including Katniss, Django, and even Imogen—haven't even shown up in the top 1000 baby names in the U.S. So is it a sign that people are moving in a more pop-culture direction with their baby names? (Merida is also one of the fastest-rising names on Nameberry.) Or is it just that baby name geeks like to find out if these names actually exist and what they mean—but then they move on to the Sophias and Jacobs?
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