Which baby names are future parents finding most fascinating?

From Ash to Zed, these 100 baby names are fascinating future parents

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These are the most popular baby names of 2015.

By now we’ve all heard about which baby names were most popular last year, but what about the names that are attracting the most attention now and into the future?

Here is our behind-the-scenes look at our 100 hottest baby names of 2015, the secret popularity list of the names gaining the most in views on Nameberry. Our methodology: We looked at the number of times every name in our database was viewed for the first half of this year vs. the same period last year and, controlling for overall traffic increases, which names jumped the highest.

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The hottest names of 2015 and beyond are a mix of fresh favorites and vintage choices enjoying new attention. Some of the names here are already-stylish: Everly and Owen, Ash and Zed.

But there are a lot of surprising choices among the Hot 100. And even if you name your baby the still-unusual Tove or Meilani, Leif or Leon today, don’t be surprised to find it a lot more popular tomorrow. We warned you!

Girls

Adalyn

Ainsley

Alaia

Alessia

Alina

Alivia

Amoret

Asha

Augusta

Aveline

Bea

Betty

Brooke

Bryony

Camila

Eira

Eleanora

Ellen

Emerson

Estelle

Everly

Gaia

Indie

Ione

Isobel

Jocelyn

Judith

Kaia

Kalila

Liliana

Lucille

Marin

Marley

Meilani

Mireille

Norah

Orla

Paloma

Pandora

Peyton

Polly

Primrose

Remi

Ruth

Sasha

Tallulah

Teagan

Tove

Vanessa

Veronica

Boys
Adam

Amias

Angus

Arlo

Asa

Ash

Augustine

Austin

Booker

Brecken

Callen

Calvin

Cameron

Chase

Chester

Cohen

Cole

Colton

Cy

Easton

Ellis

Evan

Grey

Greyson

Harlan

Hudson

Ignatius

Jameson

Kellen

Killian

Kingston

Landry

Leif

Leon

Logan

Luca

Lucian

Marius

Marshall

Nathaniel

Osias

Owen

Pax

Paxton

Quade

Quentin

Reuben

Rhett

Warren

Zed

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