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When it comes to choosing your baby’s name there is much choice out there that it can be quite intimating and overwhelming. And while many of us look to family tradition, TV shows or even nature for a little inspiration, there is a lot to be said about looking at the popular names in other countries.


We have already listed Italian, French, Irish and English names, so we thought with the huge influence that America has on trends that we would look at what’s popular over there for a little inspiration.




1. Avery – meaning  rules with elf-wisdom


2. Addison – meaning son of Adam


3. Aubrey – meaning fair ruler of the little people


4. Brooklyn – meaning water; stream


5. Harper – meaning harpist


6. Jada – a variation of the Jade stone


7. Kayla – meaning pure


8. Kendall – meaning royal valley


9. Lexi – meaning defender of mankind


10. Maci – derived from the name Matthew; meaning gift of the Lord


11. Madison – meaning strong fighter


12. Mackenzie – meaning son of the fair


13. Payton – meaning fighting man’s estate


14. Paige – meaning young helper


15. Raelynn - variation on the name Rae


16. Riley – meaning valiant


17. Reagan – meaning regal


18. Skyler – from the name Schuyler meaning shelter


19. Taylor – meaning tailor


20. Willow – meaning slender





1. Bailey – meaning man in charge


2. Blaine – meaning thin


3. Calder – meaning rough waters


4. Chester - meaning camp


5. Denzel – a place in Cornwall


6. Fairfax - meaning blonde


7. Parker – meaning forest ranger


8. Grayson – son of the Gray family


9. Gunnar – meaning bold warrior


10. Hunter – meaning hunter


11. Jaden – meaning Jehovah has heard


12. Jared – meaning rose


13. Kai – meaning the sea


14. Mateo – meaning God’s gift


15. Maverick – meaning man who avoids conformity


16. Newman – meaning a newcomer to a place


17. Orson – meaning bear cub


18. Radley – meaning from the red meadow


19. Stuart – meaning bailiff


20. Tayler – a surname




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