Top 5 Children’s Names of 2014
One of the first difficult jobs a parent has with their child is to name them. A name is the only thing that a person has from the day they are born until the day they die. As a parent, you want a name for your child the will love, that won’t be made fun of, and will be strong and mean something. Here are the top five Children’s Names of 2014.
This name hits number five because of its rising popularity. It has a meaning of light giving or illumination and it comes from the Latin language. It is also associated with biblical origins and has its own built in nickname or variation: Luke. According to the US population the name was ranked number 46th in 2008 and in skipped on to 27th in 2012. This rough and tough little boys name is continuing to move up the popularity charts. We like this name because it reminds us of Luke Danes from Gilmore Girls, and he was a stand up guy.
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This name is number four on the list, because it’s a that is ranked in the top ten list of names. Sadie is a variation of Sarah, and holds the meaning of princess. The name originates from the English language. While Sadie is an English name, it’s root name, Sarah, is Hebrew. This name is perfect for a sweet little girl who should have a strong name for a strong girl. We like the name because it reminds us of Sadie Robertson, TV personality from A and E’s reality show Duck Dynasty, and she’s a sweetheart with a heart of gold.
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This name finds it way to the number three spot because of how traditional and popular it is. The name is Hebrew and has strong connections to the Bible. The little boys name is perfect has been ranked in the top 20 every year since 2008 according to the US Population. Only falling below the top ten in 2008, when it was ranked the 15th name. We like the name Noah, because it reminds us of Noah, from the Notebook and not only was that movie amazing, but he was a pretty good guy. Making his wife fall in love with him over and over again.
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This name finds itself in our number two spot because it’s just so beautiful. This little girls name means illusion and has links to Hindu philosophy and the Latin language. Though it’s mostly thought to be from Hindu inspiration. In Latin, the name means daughter of Atlas. We love the name because it reminds us of the recently departed Maya Angelou. Angelou is famous for her words of wisdom and her grace. Any little girl that would be named after her would have huge shoes to fill, but we can’t think of anyone else to attempt to be like.
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This name makes the number one spot on our list because we love the name meaning honor and light. This name is from the Latin language, and it’s just a really simple and beautiful. Accordingly to the US population the name is growing in popularity this year, as of 2012 it was only in the 107th spot on its list. We like this name, because it reminds us of Nora from NBC’s Revolution. The character Nora was always in charge, never backed down and had a independence about her. Independence, fierceness and charm is amazing skill set that everyone should try to keep in their heart.
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