Mon Dieu! These boy names popular in France—including Enzo, Mathis, Hugo, and more—will help your son make an intriguing first impression.
Ma cherie amour...These girl names from France—Emma, Chloe, Oceane, and more—will give your daughter a lifelong air of elegance.
Kawaii! Cute girls' names that are hits in Japan will be funky and unique elsewhere—Miu, Nanami, Mizuki, Sakura, Rin and more
These popular Russian girls' names are perfect for your mini czarina—Marina, Anastacia, Zasha, Zilya, Masha, Olga, and more
You won't need to come up with a nickname for your baby girl or boy if you choose one of these simple yet classic short names.
Patron saint names popular in the Catholic Church that could protect, guide, act as a heavenly intersessor for your baby -- Basil, Crispin, Claire, Joan, Aloysius, Francis and more
Biblical names from the New Testament that suggest a sense of religious history and importance -- Andrew, Joseph, Anna, Bethany, Elizabeth, Judas, Gabriel, Mary and more
Get out your map! And pick one of these exotic (or not so exotic) place names -- Geneva, Dixie, Lourdes, Paris, Savannah, Troy and more
Names popular in the Roaring Twenties -- Rochard, Charles, Harold, Clarence, Luis, Earl, Leonard, Stanley, Ernest and more
Names of runway legends -- Giorgio, Dolce, Elle, Sergio, Versace, Yves, Vera and more
There might have been a Depression going on, but some mighty fine names were popular in the '30s -- Edward, Ronald, Richard, Eugene, Arthur, Marvin and more
Names from show-stopping musicals that deserve a round of applause -- Eliza, Roxie, Nellie, Fiorello, Sweeney and more
Two-lettered boys' and girls' names that pack a punch—Bo, Di, Ro, Li and more
These rappers bring us head bumping hip-hop and some unique names for little boys and girls.
Don’t throw away your shot to name your baby after a character from the hit musical, Hamilton.
Exceptional names that use the letter X.
Because we all aspire to raise a little girl as tenacious and hard-working as Leslie Knope.
If you grew up loving names like ‘Andy’ and positively loathing the ‘Sids’ of the world, it’s safe to say you might want to name your child after a Toy Story (or other Pixar) character!
Planning to raise a Pokemon master? Catch one of these names!
Baby names from HOC have gone up 19% since the show first debuted on Netflix. Would you raise a Frank or a Claire?
Choose one of these names, and your babe will have an automatic anthem.
Forget roses—the real decision here is picking just one of these baby names.
You don’t have to have been accidentally artificially inseminated with your dreamboat boss’ sperm to name your baby after a character from the popular telenovela, “Jane the Virgin.”
So many great options—we're talking baby names, of course—to choose from!
Your little one is sure to write his/her own great story with one of these names from your favorite comic books.
Which baby names rank supreme this year? Check out the chart-toppers from the latest Social Security Administration data.
She doesn't have to be a flapper to make one of these cute names popular again -- Margaret, Evelyn, Irene, Marjorie, Lillian, Patricia, Josephine, Norma, Gloria, June, Dolores, Lorraine and more
Sophisticated boys' names popular in England -- Max, Liam, Edward, Jamie, Oscar, Finley, Kieran, Harley, Leon and more
The '30s weren't dirty, they were golden! Check out these popular girls' names -- Peggy, Doris, Joyce, Shirley, Beverly, Irene, Wanda and more
Ciao regazzo! Handsome boys' names popular in Italy -- Vincenzo, Franco, Carlo, Giuseppe, Salvatore and more
Ciao bella! Melodic girls' names topping the charts in Italy -- Paola, Margherita, Concetta, Lucia, Giovanna and more
They may be Greek to you, but these names are stand-outs in Greece -- Adrian, Adonis, Calista, Damianos, Costas, Penelope, Nikolaos and more