May 27, 2019 9:17 am

It may only be spring, but baby-naming site Nameberry has rounded up the most popular monikers of the year—so far. Their list of the Most Popular Names on Nameberry is updated monthly and measures in real time which names are attracting the most attention among their visitors, so it’s a pretty good gauge of what parents are loving.

Here, the top 50 baby names for girls and top 50 baby names for boys, according to Nameberry’s up-to-date list. Plus, types of names that baby name experts are predicting will be popping up on the playgrounds in a couple of years.

Top 50 Popular Girl Names 2019

1. Isla
2. Olivia
3. Posie
4. Aurora
5. Cora
6. Ada
7. Maeve
8. Amara
9. Charlotte
10. Amelia
11. Ophelia
12. Ava
13. Rose
14. Genevieve
15. Luna
16. Elenor
17. Elodie
18. Lucy
19. Frey
20. Anna
21. Astrid
22. Evelyn
23. Eloise
24. Violet
25. Alice
26. Adelaide
27. Iris
28. Adah
29. Thea
30. Ivy
31. Jane
32. Nora
33. Adeline
34. Aurelia
35. Elizabeth
36. Hazel
37. Maisie
38. Elsie
39. Esme
40. Chloe
41. Imogen
42. Eliza
43. Penelope
44. Mia
45. Julia
46. Maya
47. Clara
48. Emilia
49. Phoebe
50. Isabella

Top 50 Popular Boy Names 2019

1. Milo
2. Jasper
3. Asher
4. Atticus
5. Silas
6. Theodore
7. Jack
8. Finn
9. Aarav
10. Felix
11. Henry
12. Wyatt
13. Aryan
14. Oscar
15. Oliver
16. Leo
17. Julian
18. Levi
19. Ethan
20. Bodhi
21. Arthur
22. Louis
23. James
24. Ezra
25. Soren
26. Charles
27. Charlie
28. Jude
29. Liam
30. Theo
31. Aaron
32. Axel
33. Eli
34. Emmett
35. Harry
36. Cassius
37. Kai
38. Thomas
39. Caleb
40. Sebastian
41. Declan
42. Atlas
43. Jayden
44. William
45. Benjamin
46. Miles
47. Arlo
48. Lucas
49. Elio
50. Elijah

And as for what’s still to come? Here are a few baby name trends on the horizon:

Names free of gender stereotypes

Elliott is the real sleeper hit. With several popular spelling variations (including Eliot and Elliot), and equal popularity for both sexes, odds are you’ll find another Elliott in your child’s class.

New wave nature names

While you’ll still find plenty of Willows and Lilys, there’s a whole hot new set of nature names on the rise. Look at Colt for boys, and Magnolia, Luna, Hazel, and Aurora for girls. And according to Nameberry, naming after rare gems like Amethyst, Emerald, Garnet, Topaz, Sapphire, and Jasper is on the rise.

Animalia names are also on the rise for parents who want to add a touch of fierceness to their child, Nameberry adds. Whether it’s a first name or middle name, expect to meet a Bear, Falcon, Fox, Hawk, and even Koala.

Baby names with the “x” factor

Baby names with an “X” involved scored big for boys, including the popular Alexander variation Xander, rock-inspired picks like Axl/Axel, short-and-sweet Dax (up 62 places on the list), top 100 favorite Xavier, and variant spellings for Jackson—Jaxon and Jaxson.

Game of Thrones-inspired names for girls

Plenty of people are still picking badass baby names like Khaleesi, Lianna, and Arya/Aria to give their daughters. But even the actresses themselves have inspired some baby naming, as Emilia (up 28 places), and Maisie (up 50 spots) get more love as well.

Names with Wild West swagger

Wyatt’s been popular for nearly a decade (and has even crossed the line into girls’ territory, thanks to Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher), but among the biggest climbers are Clyde, Boone, and Stetson for boys, and names like Jolene and Oakley for girls.

Nickname names

Forget the full-on formal names. Lots of people cut to the chase and just gave their kiddos the nickname as their official moniker, including Charlie, Frankie, Mike, and Theo for boys, and Ellie, Frankie, Jenny, and Millie for girls. (Heck, even the top baby name for boys, Liam, is a short variation on the classic William!)

Vintage nicknames are also making a comeback, according to Nameberry. Consider Archie, Alfie, Ike, and Freddie.

This article originally appeared in Parents.