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Baby Name Trends for 2014

by Erin Dower

Baby naming trends are always evolving. What names will be popular for babies born in 2014? Here are some of our guesses. And remember, you can always visit the FamilyEducation NameLab for more baby name fun and Pregnancy Day by Day for resources for moms-to-be.

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2014 baby name, Royal Baby George

George and Georgia


Learn about the name George.

Learn about the name Georgia.

The world waited to learn the sex and name of the newborn heir to the British throne. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge selected the classic name George — and the middle names Alexander and Louis — for their little prince. All of those names may see a bump in popularity in the coming year, but we're guessing the female name Georgia will really reign supreme in 2014.

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