BabyCenter published the list of the most Popular Baby Names for 2015.
As you can see, this year for the first time, Jewish and biblical names have become popular in the baby name scene among non-Jewish.
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Boys: Noah , Jacob, Ethan, Daniel, Caleb, Matthew – Mattityahu, Samuel, Elijah, Gabriel, Isaac, Joshua,
Eli, Joseph, Alexander, Benjamin, David, Michael, Nathan,
Girls: Anna, Abigail, Hannah, Ava, Ella, Elizabeth – Elisheva.
Here are the most dominated baby names in previous years:
2014 – Sophia, Emma, and Olivia; Jackson, Aiden and Liam
2013 – Sophia, Emma, and Isabella; Jackson, Lucas and Noah
2012 – Sophia, Olivia, and Zoe; Aiden, Ethan, and Liam
2011 – Sophia, Emma, and Ava; Aiden, Mason, and Lucas
2010 – Sophia, Chloe, and Lily; Aiden, Logan, and Liam