What are the most trendy baby names that you can think of?

I'm not talking about Michael, John, Christopher, or any of the other traditional and accepted names in society. I'm talking about Aidan, Cayden, Hayden, Nevaeh, Evol, those kind of names that just make you want to gag (well, personally, that's how I feel when I see them). So, what are the most trendy names that you can think of? This is for an upcoming baby name game, so, no, I am NOT pregnant and I DO NOT want to use any of the names you come up with on my children!

Update:

I think Aidan and all it's thousands of spellings is super common. In a lot of peoples eyes, it is now considered trendy in 2010/2011.

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  • H
    Lv 5
    9 years ago
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    Isabella

    Madison

    Chloe/Khloe

    Mia

    Addison

    Samantha

    Hailey

    Alyssa

    Avery (for a girl)

    Nevaeh

    Sofia (that spelling)

    Ashley (for a girl)

    Brianna

    Gabriella

    Brooklyn

    Kaylee

    Taylor (for a girl)

    Layla (that spelling)

    Riley (for a girl)

    Makayla

    Aubrey (for a girl)

    Savannah

    Zoey (that spelling)

    Bella

    Alexa

    Peyton/Payton

    Arianna/Ariana

    Aaliyah

    Kylie

    Sophie

    Camila (that spelling)

    Jasmine

    Morgan (for a girl)

    Gianna

    Maya

    Mackenzie

    Destiny

    Brooke

    Trinity

    Bailey

    Autumn

    Serenity

    Genesis

    Kaitlyn

    Mariah (that spelling)

    Natalia

    Jayden/Jaden

    Aiden/Ayden/Aidan

    Logan

    Liam

    Dylan

    Landon

    Caleb

    Brayden

    Chase

    Colton

    Cooper

    Josiah

    Brody

    Tristan

    Diego

    Parker

    Hayden

    Jaxon (that spelling)

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  • Stacey
    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    There are so many but these are the ones that drive me crazy and make me want to gag

    Girls

    Nevaeh / Neveah

    McKinley

    Kaydence / Kaidence

    Kinsley

    Tinsley

    Kenley

    Things like

    - Kendall

    - Ryan

    - Logan

    - Tyler

    - Carson

    Avery

    Genesis

    London

    anything that starts with Mc, Mac, Mak

    anything that should start with a C but people change to K

    anything where a y takes the place of a real vowel

    Alivia

    Aniyah

    Spellings like Ryleigh, Kyleigh, Kayleigh

    Raelyn

    Hadley

    Kinley

    Adalyn, Adelyn

    Amiyah

    Journey

    Brylee, Briley

    Tenley

    Jaylynn, Raylynn,

    Brynlee, Brynley

    Annalise

    Aryanna

    Charlee

    Kaliyah, Taliyah

    Miah

    Jakayla

    Bria

    Karsyn

    Kyndall

    Paityn

    Jazlynn

    Kaelyn

    Jaelyn

    Ayden

    Camdyn

    Boys

    Legend

    Rayden, Zayden

    Jayvion

    Davon

    Kadyn

    Gage, Gaige

    Jaidyn

    Izayah

    Bentlee

    Kyron

    Sylas

    Fisher

    Kayson, Kyson

    Jaxton, Jaxon, Jaxson

    Kolton

    Jagger

    Gauge

    Daxton, Paxton, Braxton

    Brantley

    Zayne

    Tripp

    Sincere

    Madden

    Cannon

    Cash, Kash

    Archer

    Boston

    Remington

    Alijah

    Jamari

    Gunner

    Braylen

    Brayan

    Braylon

    Kingston, Kingley

    Just a few. Hang around here and you will see tons. Or look on the American popular name charts for 2010 especially towards the bottom of the popular 1000. Quite shameful really and I'm American.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Aidan is a traditional and accepted name in my country :) I know 90 year olds named Aidan. It's all perspective.

    For girls:

    Kaylee, Khloe, Kennedy, Mackenzie, Addison, Riley, Kylie, Avery, Brooklyn, Aubrey, Peyton, Bailey, Kendall, Jailynn, Kaylynn.

    Boys:

    Ryder, Bentley, Maddox, Kayden, Jaxon, Hudson, Jace, Braxton, Ryker

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    What's wrong with Aidan? It's a very, VERY old and traditional Irish name. It's very much on the same level as Christopher or Michael.

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  • 9 years ago

    I like Aidan and Caden. Good Anglicized irish names. Hayden I like too. I know that they are popular now but they werent uncommon before. Names were all trendy at one point. Then they became mainstream normal. Neveah is niether. So thats not on my list but whatever.

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  • 9 years ago

    Peter, Brian, Stewie, Joe Swanson, Glen Quagmire, Cleavland Brown, Greased up deaf guy, Mayor Adam West, Tom Tucker, Diane Simmons, Cater, Lois & Meg GRIFFIN.

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  • 9 years ago

    Nevaeh

    Mckenna/Mckinley etc.

    Grace

    Marley

    Aubree

    Harper

    Peyton

    Paisley

    Bentley

    Aiden/Jayden/Brayden etc. (I know Aidan is the correct spelling but I hardly ever seen it used on here)

    Mason

    Jacob

    There aren't so many trendy names for boys...

    BTW, I haven't listed these because I like them; I think most are awful. But they're definitely trendy.

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  • 9 years ago

    Seven

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  • 9 years ago

    Actually, Aidan is a very traditional name. (Ezra, it's Hebrew varient) The name is in the bible

    Taryn

    Kloe

    Karsyn

    Kaelynn

    Nevaeh

    Mackenzie

    McKenna

    Kennedy/Kennedi

    Reagan

    Teagen

    Harper

    Harley

    Payten

    Brylee

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Cayden, Caydence or one of its thousands of variations, Paisley and any attempt at changing the first letter, Kaylee, Kylie, Braylee, Brayden (donkeys bray, people! you're making an *** of your child!), Greyson, Haiven, Haivey, etc. etc. etc...

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