Baby names that are going to go OFF in 2017

Will these be the hottest baby names this year?
Baby names that are going to go OFF in 2017
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It's time for a baby name revolution, according to Nameberry.

 

In 2017, baby names are expected to go against tradition. Expect to see unusual spellings, and names that suit both boys and girls.

 

Ranging from wild animals to old gods, spiritual beliefs to heroes - the clear trend is for names that embody power.

 

So here they are... the hottest baby name trends for 2017.

 

Deity-inspired names

    •    Freya
    •    Luna
    •    Zeus
    •    Thor
    •    Pandora
    •    Atlas
    •    Morrigan
    •    Jupiter
    •    Clio

 

Pop culture and literary names

    •    Cordelia
    •    Matilda
    •    Eloise
    •    Sawyer
    •    Maisie
    •    Fern
    •    Bronte
    •    Austen

Inspirational names

    •   True
    •    Dream
    •    Justice
    •    Willa
    •    Patience
    •    Grace
    •    Zen
    •    Bodhi  

Inspirational Women's names

    •    Ruth (Ginsburg)
    •    Eleanor (Roosevelt)
    •    Bell (Hooks)
    •    Sojourner and Truth
    •    Frida and Kahlo
    •    Georgia and O'Keefe

 

Parents are also looking to their family trees for the first and last names of their ancestors.

 

Hottest vowel: Use an O

    •    Milo
    •    Arlo
    •    Theo
    •    Juno
    •    Ophelia
    •    Olympia
    •    Owen
    •    Osmund
    •    Otto
    •    Osiris


Preppy names for boys


    •    Winston
    •    Brooks
    •    Mongomery
    •    Anderson
    •    Hayes
    •    Collins
    •    Ames
    •    Niles
    •    Kensington
    •    Whitaker

Nature-inspired names

    •    Wolf
    •    Bayou
    •    Aqua
    •    Delta
    •    Lynx
    •    Lake
    •    Puma
    •    Hawk
    •    Lionel
    •    Bay
    •    Hudson
    •    Kai
    •    Marin/Marina

Celebrity-inspired names

    •    Bowie
    •    Elsie
    •    George and Michael
    •    Jameson
    •    Carrie
    •    Jagger
    •    Silas

 

This article first published on Practical Parenting.