Nameberry has used search analytics to compile a list of predictions for baby name trends in the new year.
In what can only be described as a tumultuous last few years, it seems baby names are shifting back towards retro, upbeat and decadent names.
Click through to see what baby name trends are predicted for 2023.?
I?n one of the weirder predicted trends, grandpa names for girls is expected to be a popular name trend for 2023.
Short and often informal, these new-old names are in line with the vintage baby name revival.
Davie, Georgie, Scottie and Teddy are predicted to be trending names in 2023.?
T?he enduring Stranger Things effect has brought back the music of Kate Bush and Tears for Fears.
But it seems the hit Netflix show set in the 80s is now predicted to also be bringing back retro names in 2023.
Names like Billy, Dustin, Jeanie and Sloane are on the rise again.?
A? current celebrity trend, adjective names, is predicted to be a huge baby name trend for 2023.
For example, Nick Cannon has sons named Moroccan, Golden and Legendary, as well as daughter Powerful.
Some of the 'adjective' themed names predicted to be trendy in 2023 include Brave, Gorgeous, Majestic and Savvy.?
B?lue-green names inspired by nature are also on the rise for 2023.
Names like Bluebell, Emerald,? Storm and Wave will trend next year.
This is another trend that seems to piggy back off of celebrity names.
Celebrity blue-green inspired baby names include Michael Bubl¨¦'s daughter Cielo, Darren Criss' Bluesy, and Camilo and Evaluna Montaner's baby girl Indigo.?
The g?olden babies of 2023 may have 'gilded' inspired names.
Gilded names that are expected to be trending next year include names inspired by precious metals? and sun deities.
Apollo, Aura, Goldie and Sunshine are just some of the names predicted to be popular next year.?
L?ess is more? No! more is more, at least according to a predicted baby name trend.
Maximalist names are loud, decadent and opulent.
Draco, Euphemia, Wolfgang and Wednesday are names inspired by aesthetics such as dark academia, high fantasy and regencycore.?
O?n the contrary, minimalist names are also going to be incredibly trendy in 2023.
Pop culture and celebrities are popularising short names like Bibi and Gigi, Rami and Rumi, Nori and Lili.
Short names such as Kiki, Mimi, Tavi, and Yuki are expected to be popular next year.?
M?ix & match names, or DIY names follow the trend of unique monikers.
In a bid to have a name like none other, NameBerry predicts that mix & match names will be trending in 2023.
Beauden, Riverly, Woodson and Wrenley are some unique mix and match names that will be popular in the next year.
I?n another left-of-field baby name trend, neo-cowboy names are expected to be popularised in 2023.
Think stylish name sounds like the -ett, -er and -s endings.
Names also popularised by celebrities like Brando, Tex and Wilder are also influencing the neo-cowboy name trend.
Names like Beck, Lloyd, Steele and Sayer are on the rise for 2023.
P?erhaps inspired by Elon Musk and Grimes' choice to name their baby 'X', the letter is expected to appear in a number of names in 2023.
Names like Dixie, Bronx, Maxine and Trixie are up and coming. ?