Many famous parents have selected names with an "aristocratic" vibe.
BabyCenter's new report points out an interesting trend.
BabyCenter released its annual report.
Indian names are not meant to be changed or erased just to make white people feel more comfortable.
These baby names are due for a revival.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child.
From Lincoln and August to Ezra and Jude.
Beyond Isabella and Ivy.
Why you should choose one of the top 50 baby names for your child.
The Wizarding World is full of interesting names.
A look at the top names for babies born between 2000 and 2009.
Scots are partial to names like Isla, Aria and Freya for girls and Lewis, Alfie and Finlay for boys.
From Imogen and Cressida to Alfie and Jasper.
"Carrot" made the list, thanks to Jack Antonoff.
From Lincoln and Kennedy to Nixon and Taft.
How times have changed.
Hermione isn't quite breaking through, though.
Beyond the classic Savannah, Sydney and Siena.
You might be surprised that these names were once fairly popular for boys.
Nameberry compiled some nice options.