Pamela Redmond Satran, of Nameberry.com, a name resource that lists thousands of baby names chosen by its members, said unique spellings and “nontraditional gender identities” will be popular.
“Expect to meet lots of little deities with names drawn from multicultural mythology,” she told Today.com.
“Thor, Persephone, Odin, Freya, Jupiter, Luna, Atlas, Clio, Orion, Morrigan, Pandora and Zeus.”
Satran also believes “feminist heroine” names will become a trend.
“We may still be waiting for the first female president, but parents are adopting the first names and sometimes surnames of feminist heroines as honorifics for their daughters and sometimes sons,” she said.
“Ruth (Bader Ginsburg), Ada (Lovelace), Simone (de Beauvoir and Biles), Emmeline (Pankhurst), Bell (Hooks), Eleanor (Roosevelt), Rosa (Parks).”
Satran believes other trends will include names with ‘O’ at the start, inspirational names that instil positivity (like Blac Chyna’s ‘Dream’) and literary names from people’s favourite books.
Read Satran’s full report of the upcoming baby name trends on TODAY.
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