Every year, Stay at Home Mum gathers information from 900,000 Aussie mums on the predictions for popular baby names for the next calendar year.
And the 2019 results are in! Here are over 40 of the best baby name predictions for boys and girls for 2019. So if you are due a baby in the new year, and are wanting a baby name that will be trending in 2019 – this is the list for you!!!!READ MORE 70 Modern Baby Names Trending in 2018
Here are the Top 40 Trending Baby Names for 2019
It is an Irish name meaning little fire.
An old Roman (Latin) nickname which means man of Attica. It was made popular after the movie ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ played by Gregory Peck.
Derived from the Old English words “aelf”, meaning elf, and “raed,” meaning counsel. It is also made famous by Jonathan Jackson who played Avery Barkley in the musical drama, Nashville.
It is an English surname which means “son of Brando”. Tom Branson from Downton Abbey inspired the popularity of the name ‘Branson’.
It is an English surname meaning, “son of Brice,” or a “Noble’s son.”
This name originates from the old English world ceorl which means ‘man’. Can also be used as a girl’s name!
Derived from a Roman cognomen, which means “lucky or successful” in Latin.
It is the Anglicised form of Fionnlagh and Fionnla, which are composed of the Gaelic elements “fionn” meaning white or fair and “laogh” which means warrior or calf, thus “fair-haired warrior.”
It is a name with English origins, which means “son of The Grey-Haired One.”
It used to be an English and Scottish last name for hunters and bird catchers in the Middle Ages.
Meaning “long hill” or “ridge”, Landon is a name to beat in the coming year.
Short for Uilliam, which came from the Frankish, Willahelm, meaning “helmet of will,” Liam means strong-willed warrior and protector. Famous actors named Liam are Liam Neeson and Liam Hemsworth.
It is a French baby name, meaning famous warrior.
From a diminutive of Norman French “ors”, meaning bear, Orson means bear cub.
From the Gaelic, “O’ Cuinn” meaning descendant of Conn, which means wisdom, reason, and intelligence. The character of Peter Quinn or just ‘Quinn’ was made popular by Rupert Friend’s portrayal in Homeland.
A Celtic baby name, which means someone who cuts timber. The name ‘Sawyer’ was made famous by Josh Holloway from Lost.
A Latin baby name, which means venerable or revered. Ryan Phillipe made the name Sebastian popular after his portrayal of the character from ‘Cruel Intentions.’
It is from a Greek name which means ‘forest or woods.’
It comes from the Greek name Θεόδωρος (Theódoros) which means “God-given”.
An English baby name meaning guide, wide, or wood.
A Latin baby name derived from ‘orabilis’ which means yielding to prayer. It also means beautiful, loving, lovable, or graceful.
A Greek baby name meaning chaste or very holy.
A Norman French derivation of the Germanic given name Alberic, which means “fair ruler of the little people”. Alberic consists of the elements “alf,” meaning elf and “ric,” meaning power.
It is a Latin baby name which became popular after Charles Perrault’s “The Sleeping Beauty.”
It is from the Old English ‘ceorl’ which means man.
It is a feminine form of the Latin adjective ‘clarus’ which means bright or clear.
It is a variant of the Greek names “KORË” or “CORINNA” meaning “maiden.” The name was made famous by Elizabeth McGovern who played Cora Crawley in Downtown Abbey.
It is Hebrew or Slavic in origin, meaning “morning star” or “first star of the morning.”
Derived from Aveline, which is a feminine Norman French diminutive of the name Ava.
It means “from Ever’s meadow or wild boar in a woodland clearing”. Twilight star, Cam Gigandet, named his daughter, Everleigh Ray.
An English baby name meaning “from the heath covered meadow.”
Derived from the Middle English “harp”, Harper became an occupational name for a harp player.
Derived from the name Ceannéidigh which consists of the Gaelic words “ceann,” which means “head”, and “éidigh,” meaning ugly.
It means “night” in Arabic.
It is a common Indian name which means “beauty”.
A Latin baby name, meaning the moon.
It is derived from the element Mil (Мил) which means “gracious” or “dear”.
Derived from the common jewelry, pearl, it may also have been inspired by the name Margaret, meaning “pearl.”
Probably related to the Greek περθω (pertho) meaning “to destroy” and φονη (phone) meaning to “murder”. In Greek mythology, Persephone was the daughter of Demeter and Zeus.
From Old French “reignier”, meaning ‘to reign’.
An English baby name, meaning slender or graceful.