The biggest baby names for 2023

Forget traditional names like Emily, Elizabeth or Jack – next year the most popular baby names are likely to be influenced by music stars and royal celebs.

That’s according to parenting website Nameberry, which just released its predictions for the most popular baby names of 2023.

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Billie, after Billie Eilish; Jolene, based on the Dolly Parton hit, also covered by Olivia Newton-John; and Cosmo, the name of actress Scarlett Johansson’s son, all made the quirky list.

Nameberry also predicts that Archie, the name of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son, will be a popular choice for 2023 (no mention of Lilibet though!)

Among the more unusual suggestions is Wilde, which could also be given an alternative spelling such as Wylde or just Wild.

Nameberry has released its top baby name predictions for 2023. Recognition: Jose Luis Pelaez Inc/Getty Images

Girls will continue to be given “boyish” names like Charlie and Frankie, the site predicts.

Other names on the list are Alden, Halston (the name of a 70’s fashion designer), Omri and Everest.

“Combine the on-trend ‘Ever’ sound with an adventurous outdoor feel in line with recent fast-movers Atlas and Wilder, and you get Everest,” the site’s authors explained.

“It feels like a natural follow-up to the popular Everett, but with a cool twist.”

Quirky Choices Linus, Elio and Luxury also made the list.

Billie Eilish is set to inspire baby names in 2023. Recognition: Getty

“Luxury was given to just 10 little girls last year, but I have a feeling it will increase exponentially,” the website reads.

“We’ve seen a lot more babies (of both sexes) named Lux ​​in the past few years, and luxury is the obvious next step.”

Some other names appearing on the list are Sunday (a name given to one of Nicole Kidman’s children as well as Grant and Chezzi Denyer’s youngest daughter), Tru (perhaps a reference to Khloe Kardashian’s daughter True) and Yuna, which is “kindness” in Japanese.

Grant Denyer with his youngest daughter Sunday. Recognition: Grant Denyer /Instagram

However, if you’re interested in the more traditional baby names, there are a few that make the list – albeit mostly at the bottom.

For those who prefer the classic to the trendy, Louise, Noah and Rose make the top 23 for 2023.

The 23 names trending in 2023

1. Alden

2. Archie

3. Elio

4. Everest

5. cosmos

6. Linus

7. Omri

8. Sayer

9. Wild

10. Yuna

11. Sunday

12. True

13. Billie

14. Breland

15. Celest

16. Throat Tone

17. Jolene

18. Louise

19. Luxury

20. Marigold

21. Noah

22. Romy

23. Rose

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