Modern baby names are usually refer to as “new” names, or names that didn’t have a very large following in years past. Sometimes these names are create – simply make up! – by parents who are looking to put two names together in unusual ways, or hoping to find something that no one else will be able to duplicate.
Modern baby names are quick to catch on, however, as parents see them and realize how interesting they sound. They are especially prone to being paire with a traditional name for a simple yet sophisticate flair. A baby name that is consider modern today, therefore, might considered an old name by the time the next year rolls around.
An interesting aspect of modern baby names is that they are so new, and often so unique. That they don’t have set meanings behind them. This might appeal to you if you have an objection to the constant labeling society tries to push on adults and children alike. You might also like the fact that your child has a name so unique that even the most modern dictionaries. And baby name books haven’t heard of it yet. Then again, it might be a very personal issue, and a combination of names that mean a great deal to you. That is a beautiful gift to pass on to your little one.
What are some of the modern baby names chosen over the last few years? Some of them might surprise you. Names like Azaia and Aven are unique names to bestow on a child. What about Fame, Flavor, or Farmer? There’s also Niessa, Grey, and Freedom. Some names have to do with places or things, like Mirage, Waterfall or Harlem. Or Height, if you’re looking for something really interesting. Perhaps one of the most modern baby names of the last few years is Abcde (pronounced AB-see-dee).
Some have named their children after literary figures. That might be where Flannery, Hemingway, or Steinbeck got their start. How about naming a child after a mogul of sorts? Geffen, Trump and Branson have become more and more common in the last few years.