Canada’s Top 10 Baby Boy NamesBaby
We know how crucial the process is of choosing the right name for your lil’ one. With so many options out there, you may find yourself stressing out over narrowing it down to your absolute faves. Before you start pulling out your hair, take a well-needed breather mama. You and hubby will get your this-name-is-so-perfect moment, we promise. In hopes of sparking some inspiration, we are listing the most popular baby boy names of 2018. Can you guess which ones made the list?
Cracking the number one spot is Liam, THE name of 2018 for baby boys. Looks like Canada is keeping it short and sweet because it’s the twenty-first century and we have to keep up with the times. Also, Liam Hemsworth. That’s all we’ll say.
Did you think Jackson would claim the number two spot? Surprise, surprise! This name keeps popping up. Parents just seem to love the sound of it and for good reason!
Most of us know about Noah’s Ark, right? But what most of you probably don’t know is that it stems from the Hebrew name Noach meaning “rest, repose.” It’s sort of ironic if you think about it because Noah did anything but rest!
Lucas is the Latin form of Loukas and the English form of Luke. You might have been able to guess that but we figured it was a fun fact to share. Luke makes for a cute nickname too and who knows, maybe your little boy will become a legendary Jedi Master like Luke Skywalker.
The third L name of the bunch… we’re thinking Canada really has a thing for ‘em! Interestingly enough, Logan is a surname that derived from the Scottish place name meaning “little hollow.” Can you picture naming your little boy Logan?
Number six on the list is Oliver, you know, like Oliver Twist. What a great American classic. Thanks Charles Dickens. Oliver has a wonderful ring to it. Plus, you can give your lil’ boy a nickname. We’re thinking Ollie for short, how cute is that?!
William is a popular name in England (aka Prince William of the royal family) but it actually comes from the Germanic name Willahelm which is composed of the element wil, meaning “will, desire.” It can also be shortened to Liam, which holds the number one spot on this list. It is safe to say it’s a winner!
Fun fact- Benjamin is of Hebrew descent and comes from the name Binyamin which means “son of the south” or “son of the right hand.” It’s a popular name and for good reason. You can try Ben or Benji for short… cute, huh?
An English surname meaning “stoneworker,” we would like to think that the chances of your lil’ boy turning out to be hands-on and hardworking are high. Then again, it just sounds nice and parents seem to love it.
Unique and melodic, this boy’s name makes for a great option! It even rhymes with number nine so we can see why they both made the list! Are you on team Mason or Grayson?