If your baby is coming soon this year, you should check these popular baby names 2016!
Olivia has seen a huge spike in popularity in recent years and is a strong contender for the most popular baby girl name in the United States in 2016. It is derived from the Latin Oliva, meaning “olive” and was first used sometime in the 13th-Century.
Charlotte dates back to the 18th-Century and is the feminine form of the male name Charles. It has a French origin and means “petite” in the feminine form or “free man” in the masculine. Girls named Charlotte often have their names abbreviated to Charlie, Lottie, Tottie or Carlota. This name is very popular in European countries and Australia, where it was the most popular name in 2013.
A prehistoric name that has been in use for thousands of years, Sophia will remain famous in 2016. It is taken from σοφία, a Greek word meaning “wisdom”. In the United States, Sophia was the most popular name for 2011, 2012 and 2013! Variations of the name are also popular, including Fia, Sofana, Sophie, Sophio and Soffia.
Emma is originally taken from the German word ermen, which means “universal” or “whole”. It is also usually used as an acronym from Emmeline or Amelia. It is a very ancient name and can be drawn back to the 11th-Century. The fame of the name has escalated over the years, but since the 1960s it has become more public, particularly in the United States, Western Europe and Australia. Since the mid-2000s it has seen a renaissance in fame and is expected to remain popular in 2016.
You can choose any popular baby names 2016 you want as long as you have great expectations for your baby girl, and you need to be careful not to use wrong combinations that would make the name sounds weird.