Picking the perfect name for your baby can be quite tedious. First of all, your child will have this name for the rest of your life. You do not want to name your child something that they will want to change later on. Secondly, you want to find a name that has a special meaning to it.
Not only do you face the above pressure, you also face name suggestions from your loved ones, and also strangers.
When picking out a name, pick out a name that you and your partner are happy with. Sure, suggestions from loved ones are a great help, but the name of your child is mainly up to you and your partner.
The baby names we have seen in 2014 are quite different. These names have become quite chic and trendy. The names have an incredible style to them and will definitely set the stage for your baby’s debut into the world.
The trendiest baby names of 2014 have a lot of style to them. They are creative, unique, and hold symbolic meaning to them.
Blythe is a strong English name, and it means “carefree.” The name gives off a positive and light-hearted vibe. Some of Hollywood’s strongest women have the name Blythe attached to them. Actress Drew Barrymore’s middle name is Blythe, and Gwyneth Paltrow’s famous mother is named Blythe.
Sofia is a strong Italian name and the name means wisdom. The name is another form of Sophia.
Aria is a Teutonic and Italian name, meaning melody and “solo in an opera.” The Teutonic origin of the name means “eagle” or “bird.” The Italian origin ties the name to music.
Also, Aria is the name of a strong female character in the hit series, “Game of Thrones.”
Isabella is a strong name that has origins in Portugal, Hungary, and France. The name means, “devoted to God.” The above countries had royalty named Isabella during the medieval times.
While Harlow is an English last name, it has become an increasingly popular first name in the United States. Harlow means “army” and she has a strong, fearless, and confident personality. Giving this name to your daughter can teach her to “keep fighting” and to “never give up.”
Madison means “Son of Maud” and is a strong English name. The name became popular after 1985 film “Splash” was released. The main character, played by Daryl Hannah, chose that name after seeing the name on a street sign.
Sloane is a popular and stylish Irish name that means “warrior.” Sloane is not only stylish, but she is also very strong and can hold her own in any situation.
Zoe is a popular Greek name that means “life.”
Scarlett is a name of English origin and it means “red.”
layla is a beautiful Arabic name and it means “night.”
Jem is a creative unisex name and it is short for Jemma. Jemma is also a character in best-selling book, “Inferno,” by Dan Brown. Jem means “mind precious stones.”
While 2014 is the year of chic and unique names, it is also the year of vintage names. Minnie is short for Minerva, which means “intellect.” It is also the name of Mickey’s better half at Disney World.
Brookyn is a pretty English name. Brooklyn means “small stream,” and it is also one of the boroughs in New York City.
Addison is of English origin and it means “Son of Adam.”
Hannah is a very strong Hebrew name and it means “Grace of God.”
Chloe is a popular Greek name which means “blooming.” It is derived from the Greek version of Khloe. Khloe was used to represent Demeter. She was a fertility goddess in Greek mythology.
Olivia is of English and Greek origin. The name means “olive tree,” and is the feminine form of Oliver.
Abigail is of Hebrew origin and is tied to the Old Testament in the Bible. In the Bible, Abigail was King David’s third wife. She was described as being “beautiful” and “intelligent.” Abigail also means “the father’s joy.”
Charlotte, the feminine form of Charles, is of French origin. Charlotte means “feminine” and “petite.”
Mia is a name of Latin origin. Mia means “wished-for child” and “mine.”