Top Baby Names of 2023: 2024 Baby Name Inspiration

Top Baby Names of 2023: 2024 Baby Name Inspiration

What are our baby name picks for 2024? You might be surprised… Take a peek at the top baby names of 2023 from our Peanut Community!
Expecting a 2024 baby?

Or looking up baby name inspo ✨just because✨?

Then you’re gonna love this!

We crunched the numbers to get you the most popular baby names of 2023 from our Peanut community ‒ real mamas, real babies, and real names!

You’ll find lots of traditional classics along with some more modern interpretations.

Longer names seem to be on the way out, with shorter nickname versions used as full names, and gender-neutral names are all the rage.

So take your pick, and who knows? Maybe your baby’s name will be in the 2024 edition?

In this article: 📝

  • What were the top baby names of 2023?
  • What are the most popular baby names in the US?
  • What are the most popular baby names in the UK?
  • What are the most popular baby names in Canada?
  • What are the most popular baby names in Australia?
  • What are more popular baby names in 2023?
  • What are some unique names of 2023?
  • What is the No 1 name in the world?

What were the top baby names of 2023?

Let’s get straight into it with the top 10 most popular baby names of 2023 from our global Peanut community:

  1. Noa or Noah: Meaning “rest” in Hebrew. This has been reigning top of the charts for a good few years, now!
  2. Oliver: Meaning “olive” in English. Many mamas’ favorite for their baby boy.
  3. Leo: Meaning “lion” in Latin. A beautifully short name that’s been in our popular lists for a while.
  4. Olivia: Meaning “olive”, the feminine version of Oliver ‒ a top baby girl name for the past few years.
  5. Theo: Meaning “gift from God” in Greek. Theo was originally a nickname for Theodore, but it’s more often shortened to the super-cute Theo.
  6. Sofia, Sofía, or Sophia: Meaning “wisdom” in Greek. Now you know these babies will be the smartest in their class!
  7. Luca, Lucca, or Luka: Meaning “bringer of light” in Latin ‒ our first of many gender-neutral baby names on the list.
  8. Amelia: Meaning “hard worker” ‒ for the babies who know they’re in charge.
  9. Charli or Charlie: Meaning “free man”, in Old English, yet another gender-neutral name, and a nickname-turned-full-name.
  10. Lili, Lillie, Lilly, or Lily: After the beautiful white flower, a peaceful name for a (hopefully) peaceful baby.

What are the most popular girl names of 2023?

So what are the next most popular girls’ names of 2023, from around the world on Peanut?

Here’s where things get a little less traditional and a little more… millennial.

  1. Charlotte: Meaning “free man” in Old French. An absolute classic, in the charts for top girls’ names for decades.
  2. Isla: Meaning “island” in Scottish. A relatively new addition to the most popular girl names lists. We’ve heard it pronounced “iz-lah” and “eye-lah”, the traditional Scottish pronunciation.
  3. Isabella: Meaning “God is my oath” in Hebrew, from the classic Biblical name Elisheba. We love Bella as a cute nickname.
  4. Ava: A short but sweet name with lots of different meanings ‒ “voice” in Persian, “life” in Hebrew, and “bird” in Latin.
  5. Willow: After the graceful tree that represents fertility and new life ‒ perfect for your babe.
  6. Luna: Meaning “moon” in Latin. We think it’s a great name for a mystical baby born under a full moon.
  7. Emma: Meaning “whole” in Old German, for the baby who is your whole world.
  8. Mia: Meaning “mine” in Italian and Spanish, or “darling” in Slavic. It can also be a shorter version of Maria.
  9. Ellie: Meaning “light” in Greek, a short version of Eleanor, or “she” in French. She is light.
  10. Ella: Meaning “she” in Spanish, or “all” in Old German. Another nickname for Eleanor, too.

What are the most popular boy names of 2023?

Now let’s hear it for the boys!

Here are the rest of the top boy names of 2023 around the world from Peanut:

  1. Henry: Meaning “ruler of the home” in German ‒ also a name with royal links!
  2. Jack: Meaning “God is gracious” in Old English. Did you know that Jack started as a nickname of John? Us, neither!
  3. Liam: Meaning “wilful helmet” or “protector” in Irish, also a nickname of William.
  4. Lucas or Lukas: Meaning “bringer of light” in Latin, and can be shortened to Luke or Luc.
  5. Arthur: Meaning “bear” in Roman, a name steeped in myth and legend.
  6. Elijah: Meaning “Yahweh is my God” in Hebrew, from the Biblical name Eliyyahu.
  7. Hudson: Meaning “son of Hugh” in English ‒ Hugh was a name that means “hood-maker”, so Hudson was “son of a hood-maker”.
  8. Teddie or Teddy: Meaning “gift from God”, a common nickname for Theodore.
  9. Oscar or Oskar: Meaning “spear of the gods” In Scandinavian, and “deer friend” in Irish Gaelic.
  10. Archie: Meaning “genuine” or “brave” in German ‒ while this is usually a nickname for Archibald, we’re seeing it more often as a name in its own right.

What are the most popular gender-neutral names of 2023?

Unsurprisingly, there’s a massive uptick in gender-neutral names ‒ particularly names that were traditionally for boys or girls being used for another gender.

Here are the rest of the most popular nonbinary baby names of 2023, from our global Peanut community:

  1. Grayson or Greyson: Meaning “child of the gray-haired person” ‒ having gray hair was seen as a symbol of wealth, back in the day.
  2. Mason: Meaning “stoneworker” in English, or “house” in French. Like many gender-neutral names, this one’s a surname-turned-first name.
  3. James: Meaning “supplanter”. We’ve added this traditionally male name as a gender-neutral name because more baby girls are being named James, especially after the birth of Blake Lively’s daughter of the same name.
  4. Freddie or Freddy: Meaning “peaceful ruler” in German. Another nickname that became a name in its own right, but it can also be used as a nickname for Frederick, Frederica, or Winifred.
  5. Ezra: Meaning “helper” in Hebrew, from the word azra.
  6. Arlo: Meaning “fortified hill” in Old English. While we’ve seen this more commonly as a boy’s name, we have spotted some baby girls called Arlo, and we’re loving it!
  7. Max: Meaning “greatest” in Latin. Yet another nickname that stood on its own two feet, Max is a shortened version of Maximus, Maximilian, Maxine, or Maxwell.
  8. Kai: Meaning “sea” in Hawaiian, “shell” in Japanese, “warrior” in Frisian, “pier” in Estonian, “little king” in Persian, and “victory” in Chinese ‒ a name with lots of potential”
  9. Levi: Meaning “united” in Hebrew ‒ an unusual yet popular gender-neutral name.
  10. Logan: Meaning “little hollow” in Scottish Gaelic, also a name for Marvel fans!

What are the most popular baby names in the US?

So what were the top baby names of 2023 just in the US on Peanut?

Well, you’ll recognize all of these from this list already:

  1. Oliver
  2. Noah
  3. Liam
  4. Olivia
  5. Charlotte
  6. Amelia
  7. Leo
  8. Jack
  9. Henry
  10. Ellie

What are the most popular baby names in the UK?

Now let’s take a trip across the pond to the UK ‒ what were the top baby names in Blighty in 2023 on Peanut?

Looks like lots of baby boys in 2023 on Peanut!

  1. Noah
  2. Theo
  3. Leo
  4. Arthur
  5. Freddie
  6. Oscar
  7. George
  8. Oliver
  9. Archie
  10. Teddy

What are the most popular baby names in Canada?

How about our friendly neighbors over in Canada, eh?

  1. Noah
  2. Olivia
  3. Charlie
  4. Oliver
  5. Jack
  6. Charlotte
  7. Theo
  8. Leo
  9. Hudson
  10. Ava

What are the most popular baby names in Australia?

Now let’s head down under for the top baby names of 2023 from our Australian Peanut mamas:

  1. Oliver
  2. Charlie
  3. Noah
  4. Leo
  5. Isla
  6. Archie
  7. Olivia
  8. Hudson
  9. Henry
  10. Willow

What are more popular baby names in 2023?

After a 2024 baby name that’s a bit more unique and not in the top 10?

How about these other popular picks?

Popular girl’s names of 2023

  1. Violet: Meaning “light purple” in English. 💜
  2. Freya or Freyja: Meaning “lady” in Scandinavian.
  3. Evelyn or Evelynn: Meaning “pretty life” in Hebrew and Portuguese.
  4. Ivy: After the trailing plant, a symbol of everlasting life. Also a great Christmas baby name!
  5. Evie: Meaning “life” in Hebrew.
  6. Aurora: Meaning “dawn” in Latin.
  7. Aria: Meaning “noble” in Sanskrit.
  8. Zoe, Zoë, or Zoey: Meaning “life” in Greek.
  9. Mila: Meaning “dear” in Slavic.
  10. Scarlet or Scarlett: Meaning “bright red” in English. ❤️
  11. Millie: Meaning “gentle strength” in Latin.
  12. Nora or Norah: Meaning “honor” in Latin.
  13. Sophie: Meaning “wisdom” in Greek.
  14. Poppy: After the vivid red flower, a symbol of resurrection.
  15. Maya: Meaning “good mother” in Greek.
  16. Grace: For a baby girl full of kindness and elegance.
  17. Penelope: Meaning “weaver” in Greek.
  18. Hazel: After the hazel tree, a symbol of wisdom.
  19. Emilia: Meaning “to excel” in Latin.
  20. Layla: Meaning “night” in Arabic.
  21. Emily: Meaning “to excel” in Latin.
  22. Ruby: After the deep red gemstone, a symbol of passion, wealth, and power.
  23. Delilah: Meaning “delicate” in Hebrew.
  24. Eleanor: Meaning “shining light” in Greek.
  25. Elsie: Meaning “pledged to God” in Hebrew.
  26. Sienna: Meaning “orange-red” in English and Italian.
  27. Daisy: After the simply beautiful white-petalled flower representing new beginnings. 🌼
  28. Rosie: After the flower of love. 🌹
  29. Chloe: Meaning “blooming” in Greek.
  30. Florence: Meaning “flourishing” in Roman.
  31. Lucy: Meaning “light” in Latin.
  32. Alice: Meaning “noble” in German.
  33. Isabel or Isabelle: Meaning “God is my oath” in Hebrew.
  34. Margo or Margot: Meaning “pearl” in French. 🦪
  35. Ayla: Meaning “moonlight halo” in Turkish.
  36. Esmae, Esme, or Esmé: Meaning “loved” in Old French.
  37. Maeve: Meaning “intoxicating” in Irish Gaelic.
  38. Maisie: Meaning “pearl” in Scottish.
  39. Arabella: Meaning “answered prayer” in Latin.
  40. Matilda: Meaning “battle-mighty” in German.
  41. Eloise: Meaning “healthy” in French.
  42. Lila, Lilah, or Lyla: Meaning “dark beauty” in Arabic.
  43. Madeline, Madelyn, or Madelynn: Meaning “high tower” in Greek.
  44. Stella: Meaning “star” in Latin. 🌟
  45. Bella: Meaning “beautiful” in Latin.
  46. Olive: A symbol of peace and friendship.
  47. Eden: Meaning “paradise” in Hebrew.
  48. Elena: Meaning “light” in Italian.
  49. Iris: Meaning “rainbow” in Greek. 🌈
  50. Athena: After the ancient Greek goddess of wisdom.
  51. Hannah: Meaning “grace” in Hebrew.
  52. Ophelia: Meaning “aid” in Greek.
  53. Sadie: Meaning “princess” in Hebrew. 👸
  54. Victoria: Meaning “victory” in Latin. 🏆
  55. Cora: Meaning “honest” in Gaelic.
  56. Juniper: After the herby plant representing youth.
  57. Bonnie: Meaning “pretty” in Scottish.
  58. Rose: Another moniker after the flower of love. 🌹
  59. Eliza: Meaning “pledged to God” in Hebrew.
  60. Eva: Meaning “life” in Greek.
  61. Savannah: Meaning “treeless plain” in Spanish.
  62. Georgia: Meaning “farmer” in Latin.
  63. Camila: Meaning “priest’s helper” in Portuguese.
  64. Elizabeth: Meaning “pledged to God” in Hebrew.
  65. Mollie or Molly: Meaning “bitter” in Hebrew.
  66. Zara: Meaning “blooming flower” in Arabic.
  67. Maddie or Madi: Meaning “battle-mighty” in German.
  68. Eliana: Meaning “God has answered” in Hebrew.
  69. Josie: Meaning “God will increase” in Hebrew.
  70. Thea: Meaning “God” in Greek.
  71. Gracie: Meaning “grace” in English.
  72. Hallie: Meaning “dweller at the meadow by the manor” in Norse.
  73. Mabel: Meaning “lovable” in English.
  74. Aaliyah: Meaning “sublime” in Arabic.
  75. Clara: Meaning “clear” in Latin.
  76. Ada: Meaning “nobility” in German.
  77. Claire: Meaning “clear” in Latin.
  78. Abigail: Meaning “my father’s joy” in Hebrew.
  79. Anna: Meaning “grace” in Latin.
  80. Leah: Meaning “weary” in Hebrew.
  81. Natalia: Meaning “Christmas Day” in Latin. 🎄
  82. Gabriela or Gabriella: Meaning “God is my strength” in Hebrew.
  83. Maggie: Meaning “pearl” in Greek.
  84. Lottie: Meaning “free” in French.
  85. Valentina: Meaning “healthy and strong” in Latin.
  86. Lydia: Meaning “beautiful one” in Greek.
  87. Amari: Meaning “strength” in Yoruba.
  88. Gianna: Meaning “God is gracious” in Italian.
  89. Jasmine: Meaning “gift from God” in Persian.
  90. Naomi: Meaning “pleasantness” in Hebrew.
  91. Audrey: Meaning “noble strength” in English.
  92. Raelyn or Raelynn: Meaning “ewe of the lake” in Hebrew and Welsh.
  93. Nellie or Nelly: Meaning “shining light” in Greek.
  94. Regina: Meaning “queen” in Latin. 👑
  95. Imogen: Meaning “innocent” in Latin.
  96. Julia: Meaning “youthful” in Roman.
  97. Lillian: Meaning “lily” in English.
  98. Natalie: Meaning “Christmas Day” in French. 🎅
  99. Annie: Meaning “grace” in Hebrew.
  100. Adalyn or Adalynn: Meaning “noble kind” in German.

Popular boy’s names of 2023

  1. Theodore: Meaning “gift of God” in Greek. 🎁
  2. George: Meaning “farmer” in Greek.
  3. Mateo or Matteo: Meaning “gift of God” in Hebrew.
  4. Finlay, Finley, or Finnley: Meaning “fair-haired courageous one” in Gaelic.
  5. William: Meaning “strong-willed warrior” in German.
  6. Thomas: Meaning “twin” in Latin. 👯
  7. Sebastian or Sebastián: Meaning “venerable” in Latin.
  8. Alfie: Meaning “elf counsel” in Old English.
  9. Finn: Meaning “fair-haired” in Irish Gaelic.
  10. Owen: Meaning “noble” in Welsh.
  11. Benjamin: Meaning “son of the right hand” in Hebrew.
  12. Jacob: Meaning “supplanter” in Hebrew.
  13. Harrison: Meaning “son of Harry” in English.
  14. Louie or Louis: Meaning “famous warrior” in French.
  15. Harry: Meaning “home ruler” in German.
  16. Miles: Meaning “soldier” in Latin.
  17. Lincoln: Meaning “lake colony” in Old English.
  18. Isaac: Meaning “one who laughs” in Hebrew.
  19. Alexander: Meaning “defender of men” in Greek.
  20. Ethan: Meaning “strong and enduring” in Hebrew.
  21. Jasper: Meaning “treasurer” in Persian.
  22. Tommy: Meaning “twin” in Latin.
  23. Luke: Meaning “light” in Latin.
  24. Milo: Meaning “dear” in Slavic.
  25. Maverick: Any Top Gun fans in the house?
  26. Ollie: Meaning “olive tree” in Latin.
  27. Atlas: Meaning “carry” in Greek.
  28. Daniel: Meaning “God is my judge” in Hebrew.
  29. Samuel: Meaning “God has heard” in Hebrew.
  30. Hugo: Meaning “mind” in German. 🧠
  31. Elias: Meaning “my God is Yahweh” in Hebrew.
  32. Michael: Meaning “who is like God” in Hebrew.
  33. Caleb: Meaning “faithful” in Hebrew.
  34. Gabriel: Meaning “messenger” in Hebrew.
  35. Julian or Julián: Meaning “young” in Greek.
  36. Adam: Meaning “earth” in Hebrew. 🌎
  37. Connor or Conor: Meaning “lover of hounds” in Irish Gaelic. 🐕
  38. Santiago: Meaning “Saint James” in Spanish.
  39. Albie: Meaning “bright and noble” in Latin.
  40. Myles: Meaning “soldier” in Latin.
  41. Nico or Niko: Meaning “victory of the people” in Greek.
  42. Ben: Meaning “son of the right hand” in Hebrew.
  43. Leonardo: Meaning “brave as a lion” in Italian. 🦁
  44. Nathan: Meaning “gift from God” in Hebrew.
  45. Jonah: Meaning “dove” in Hebrew. 🕊️
  46. Joseph: Meaning “God will give” in Hebrew.
  47. Joshua: Meaning “God is salvation” in Hebrew.
  48. Micah: Meaning “who is like God” in Hebrew.
  49. Silas: Meaning “forest” in Greek.
  50. David: Meaning “beloved” in Hebrew.
  51. Vincent: Meaning “to conquer” in Latin.
  52. Xavier: Meaning “new house” in Arabic.
  53. Enzo: Meaning “home ruler” in Italian.
  54. John: Meaning “God is gracious” in Hebrew.
  55. Leon: Meaning “lion” in Italian.
  56. Xander: Meaning “defender of men” in Greek.
  57. Declan: Meaning “full of goodness” in Irish.
  58. Colton: Meaning “coal town” in Old English.
  59. Easton: Meaning “east town” in Old English.
  60. Matthew: Meaning “gift of God” in Hebrew.
  61. Emilio: Meaning “eager” in Latin.
  62. Otis: Meaning “wealth” in German. 💰
  63. Zac, Zach, or Zak: Meaning “God remembers” in Hebrew.
  64. Isaiah: Meaning “Yahweh is salvation” in Hebrew.
  65. Reggie: Meaning “royalty” in Latin.
  66. Ezekiel: Meaning “God’s strength” in Hebrew.
  67. Jensen or Jenson: Meaning “son of Jens” in Scandinavian.
  68. Aaron: Meaning “mountain of strength” in Hebrew. ⛰️
  69. Emiliano: Meaning “eager” in Latin.
  70. Damian, Damián, or Damien: Meaning “to tame” in Greek.
  71. Chase: Meaning “hunter” in Old English.
  72. Harvey: Meaning “battle-worthy” in Celtic.
  73. Nicholas: Meaning “victory of the people” in Greek.
  74. Evan: Meaning “God is gracious” in Welsh.
  75. Ronan: Meaning “little seal” in Irish Gaelic. 🦭
  76. Walker: Meaning “wool-maker” in Old English.
  77. Dominic: Meaning “of the Lord” in Latin.
  78. Toby: Meaning “God is good” in Hebrew.
  79. Anthony: Meaning “priceless” in Roman.
  80. Josiah: Meaning “God has healed” in Hebrew.
  81. Spencer: Meaning “steward” in Old English.
  82. Callum: Meaning “dove” in Scottish Gaelic.
  83. Calvin: Meaning “little bald one” in Old French.
  84. Flynn: Meaning “red-haired” in Irish.
  85. Andrew: Meaning “man” in Greek.
  86. Zion: Meaning “highest point” in Greek.
  87. Edward: Meaning “wealthy” in Old English.
  88. Nathaniel: Meaning “God has given” in Hebrew.
  89. Ryker: Meaning “wealthy” in German.
  90. Cody: Meaning “helpful” in Gaelic.
  91. Rhett: Meaning “speaker” in Latin.
  92. Vinnie or Vinny: Meaning “to conquer” in Latin.
  93. Zachary: Meaning “God remembers” in Hebrew.
  94. Chester: Meaning “fortress” in Latin.
  95. Diego: Meaning “supplanter” in Spanish.
  96. Otto: Meaning “wealth” in German.
  97. Lorenzo: Meaning “laurel crown” in Latin.
  98. Patrick: Meaning “nobleman” in Latin.
  99. Abel: Meaning “breath” in Hebrew.
  100. Graham: Meaning “gravelly home” in Scottish.

Popular gender-neutral names of 2023

  1. Harper: Meaning “harp player” in English.
  2. Riley: Meaning “valiant” in Gaelic.
  3. Jackson, Jaxon, or Jaxson: Meaning “child of Jack” in English.
  4. Rowan or Rowen: Meaning “red-haired” in Irish.
  5. Elliot or Elliott: Meaning “the Lord is my God” in Hebrew.
  6. Carter: Meaning “cart transporter” in English.
  7. Eli: Meaning “high” in Hebrew.
  8. Asher: Meaning “happy and blessed” in Hebrew.
  9. River: Perfect for a riverside baby.
  10. Rory: Meaning “red king” in Gaelic.
  11. Parker: Meaning “park keeper” in English.
  12. Roman: Meaning “strong” in Hebrew.
  13. Averie or Avery: Meaning “ruler of elves” in Old English.
  14. Aidan, Aiden, or Ayden: Meaning “little fire” in Irish Gaelic. 🔥
  15. Cooper: Meaning “barrel maker” in English.
  16. Jude: Meaning “praised” in Greek.
  17. Nova: Meaning “new” in Latin.
  18. Remi or Remy: Meaning “oarsman” in Latin.
  19. Hunter: Enough said!
  20. Frankie: Meaning “free man” in French.
  21. Wyatt: Meaning “brave at war” in Old English.
  22. Oaklee or Oakley: Meaning “oak meadow” in Old English. 🌳
  23. Everlee, Everleigh, or Everly: Meaning “wild boar wood” in Old English.
  24. Alex: Meaning “defender of men” in Greek.
  25. Quinn: Meaning “wise head” in Gaelic.
  26. Cameron or Camryn: Meaning “crooked river” in Gaelic.
  27. Maddison or Madison: Meaning “child of Matthew” in English.
  28. Archer: 🏹
  29. Beau: Meaning “beautiful” in French.
  30. Dylan: Meaning “born from the ocean” in Welsh.
  31. Skylar or Skyler: Meaning “scholar” in Dutch.
  32. Nolan: Meaning “champion” in Irish.
  33. Blake: Meaning “dark” in Old English.
  34. Robin or Robyn: After the red-breasted bird.
  35. Wesley: Meaning “west meadow” in Old English.
  36. August: Meaning “venerable” in English.
  37. Brodie or Brody: Meaning “muddy place” in Scottish.
  38. Paisley: Meaning “church” in Scottish. ⛪
  39. Felix: Meaning “lucky” in Latin. 🤞
  40. Bennett: Meaning “blessed” in Latin.
  41. Emerson or Emersyn: Meaning “son of Emery” in English.
  42. Harley: Meaning “child of Emery” in English.
  43. Axel: Meaning “father of peace” in Scandinavian.
  44. Everett: Meaning “strong boar” in Old English. 🐗
  45. Reuben: Meaning “behold, a son” in Hebrew.
  46. Aubree or Aubrey: Meaning “ruler of elves” in German.
  47. Jax: Meaning “God is gracious” in Old English.
  48. Marlee or Marley: Meaning “marshy meadow” in English.
  49. Darcey, Darcie, or Darcy: Meaning “dark-haired” in Irish.
  50. Jordan or Jordyn: Meaning “flow down” in Hebrew.
  51. Addison: Meaning “child of Adam” in English.
  52. Autumn: Meaning “fall” in English. 🍂
  53. Ryder: Meaning “horseman” in English. 🐎
  54. Billie or Billy: Meaning “strong-willed warrior” in German.
  55. Joey: Meaning “God will increase” in Hebrew.
  56. Waylon: Meaning “land by the road” in Old English.
  57. Sage or Saige: Meaning “wisdom” in English.
  58. Ari: Meaning “eagle” in Scandinavian. 🦅
  59. Rylee or Ryleigh: Meaning “rye meadow” in English.
  60. Hayden: Meaning “hay field” in English.
  61. Malachi or Malakai: Meaning “messenger of God” in Hebrew.
  62. Piper: Meaning “flute player” in English.
  63. Wren: After the songbird.
  64. Phoenix: Meaning “dark red” in Greek, also the bird that rises from the ashes.
  65. Sawyer: Meaning “woodcutter” in English.
  66. Sonny: Meaning “child” in English.
  67. Ronnie: Meaning “advisor” in Norse.
  68. Jameson: Meaning “child of James” in English.
  69. Weston: Meaning “west town” in English.
  70. Brooks: Meaning “small stream” in English.
  71. Carson: Meaning “child of Charles” in English.
  72. Emmett: Meaning “universe” in Hebrew.
  73. Landon: Meaning “long hill” in Old English.
  74. Peyton: Meaning “town of the fighting man” in English.
  75. Sam: Meaning “God hears” in Hebrew.
  76. Bodhi: Meaning “awakening” in Sanskrit.
  77. Harlow: Meaning “army hill” in English.
  78. Cole: Meaning “victory of the people” in Greek.
  79. Ryan: Meaning “little king” in Irish.
  80. Sloane: Meaning “warrior” in Irish.
  81. Jayden: Meaning “thankful” in Hebrew.
  82. Tyler: Meaning “tile-maker” in English.
  83. Austin: Meaning “great” in Latin.
  84. Jesse: Meaning “God exists” in Hebrew.
  85. Ellis: Meaning “kind” in Welsh.
  86. Bailey: Meaning “berry meadow” in English.
  87. Ace: Meaning “one” in Latin.
  88. Emery: Meaning “work” in Latin.
  89. Brooklyn: Meaning “beautiful brook” in English.
  90. Jamie: Meaning “supplanter” in Hebrew.
  91. Kinsley: Meaning “king’s meadow” in English.
  92. Sky or Skye: ☁️
  93. Addie or Addy: Meaning “child of Adam” in English.
  94. Ember: Meaning “small fire” in English. 🔥
  95. Jace: Meaning “healer” in Hebrew.
  96. Raegan or Reagan: Meaning “little king” in Irish.
  97. Lennox: Meaning “elm grove” in Scottish Gaelic.
  98. Aspen or Aspyn: Meaning “shaking tree” in Old English.
  99. Beckett: Meaning “beehive” in Old English. 🐝
  100. Mackenzie: Meaning “fire-born” in Scottish.

What are some unique names of 2023?

If you want something truly unique to call in the schoolyard, take some inspo from these least common baby names from our 2023 Peanut mamas.

Some might surprise you!

  1. Adelina: Meaning “nobility” in German.
  2. Alana: Meaning “precious” in Latin.
  3. Angus: Meaning “one strength” in Scottish Gaelic.
  4. Anya: Meaning “grace” in Russian.
  5. Arden: Meaning “great forest” in Old English.
  6. Ayda: Meaning “returning visitor” in Arabic.
  7. Aziel: Meaning “God is my power” in Hebrew.
  8. Beatrix: Meaning “blessed voyage” in Latin.
  9. Brian: Meaning “noble” in Irish.
  10. Cian: Meaning “ancient” in Gaelic.
  11. Clover: A lucky name for a lucky baby. 🍀
  12. Coco: Meaning “help” in Spanish.
  13. Collins: Meaning “holly” in Gaelic.
  14. Colter: Meaning “horse herder” in English.
  15. Desmond: Meaning “South Munster” in Irish.
  16. Douglas: Meaning “dark stream” in Gaelic.
  17. Estelle: Meaning “star” in latin. ⭐
  18. Gabe: Meaning “man of God” in Hebrew.
  19. Garrett: Meaning “hard spear” in Irish.
  20. Goldie: ✨ Pure gold.✨
  21. Holland: Meaning “wooded land” in English.
  22. Isa: Meaning “salvation of God” in Hebrew.
  23. Israel: Meaning “God perseveres” in Hebrew.
  24. Juno: Meaning “youth” in Latin.
  25. Katherine: Meaning “pure” in Greek.
  26. Kayla: Meaning “crown” in Hebrew. 👑
  27. Keanu: Meaning “cool breeze” in Hawaiian.
  28. Kora: Meaning “maiden” in Greek.
  29. Kylie: Meaning “boomerang” in Aboriginal Australian.
  30. Kyson: Meaning “son fo Kyle” in English.
  31. Lauren: Meaning “laurel tree” in French.
  32. Mark: Meaning “warlike” in Latin.
  33. Mars: Meaning “warlike” in Latin.
  34. Miguel: Meaning “who is like God” in Spanish.
  35. Milan: Meaning “darling” in Slavic.
  36. Miranda: Meaning “to be admired” in Latin.
  37. Monty: Meaning “mountain” in French.
  38. Murphy: Meaning “sea warrior” in Irish.
  39. Nalani: Meaning “heavens” in Hawaiian.
  40. Opal: After the semi-precious stone.
  41. Paulina: Meaning “little” in Latin.
  42. Ryland: Meaning “land of rye” in English.
  43. Sabrina: Meaning “from the river Severn” in Welsh.
  44. Seth: Meaning “appointed” in Hebrew.
  45. Soleil: Meaning “sun” in French. ☀️
  46. Tanner: Meaning “leather-worker” in English.
  47. Valentino: Meaning “healthy and strong” in Latin.
  48. Valeria: Meaning “strong” in Latin.
  49. Vienna: Meaning “forest stream” in Dutch.
  50. Ximena: Meaning “one who hears” in Spanish.
  51. Zen: Meaning “meditation” in Japanese. 🧘
  52. Ziggy: Meaning “victory” in German.

What is the No 1 name in the world?

So what was the most popular name in the world, in 2023?

There was a clear winner in the top baby names of 2023 among our Peanut mamas ‒ it’s no surprise to anyone that it’s the beautiful, gender-neutral:

  1. Noah

So now you’ve seen the most popular baby names of 2023 from our Peanut mamas, why not share your favorites with the community?

We can’t wait to see what baby names are in store for 2024 ‒ what are your predictions?

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