Searching the Top 100 Baby Boy Names – How to Find Baby Boys Names Suitable to Name Your Baby

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Searching the top 100 baby boy names is one way of choosing just the right name for your new son. Selecting baby boys names is an important step, one that certainly has a lifetime impact, so you want to be sure to make your decision with a great deal of care. Searching top baby names is one way of reviewing a number of possible choices available to you, from which you can make your final determination.

Below is the list of the top 100 baby boy names from 2007:

1 Jacob, 2 Michael, 3 Ethan, 4 Joshua, 5 Daniel, 6 Christopher, 7 Anthony, 8 William, 9 Matthew, 10 Andrew, 11 Alexander, 12 David, 13 Joseph, 14 Noah, 15 James, 16 Ryan, 17 Logan, 18 Jayden, 19 John, 20 Nicholas, 21 Tyler, 22 Christian, 23 Jonathan, 24 Nathan, 25 Samuel, 26 Benjamin, 27 Aiden, 28 Gabriel, 29 Dylan, 30 Elijah, 31 Brandon, 32 Gavin, 33 Jackson, 34 Angel, 35 Jose, 36 Caleb, 37 Mason, 38 Jack, 39 Kevin, 40 Evan, 41 Isaac, 42 Zachary, 43 Isaiah, 44 Justin, 45 Jordan, 46 Luke, 47 Robert, 48 Austin, 49 Landon, 50 Cameron, 51 Thomas, 52 Aaron, 53 Lucas, 54 Aidan, 55 Connor, 56 Owen, 57 Hunter, 58 Diego, 59 Jason, 60 Luis, 61 Adrian, 62 Charles, 63 Juan, 64 Brayden, 65 Adam, 66 Julian, 67 Jeremiah, 68 Xavier, 69 Wyatt, 70 Carlos, 71 Hayden, 72 Sebastian, 73 Alex, 74 Ian, 75 Sean, 76 Jaden, 77 Jesus, 78 Bryan, 79 Chase, 80 Carter, 81 Brian, 82 Nathaniel, 83 Eric, 84 Cole, 85 Dominic, 86 Kyle, 87 Tristan, 88 Blake, 89 Liam, 90 Carson, 91 Henry, 92 Caden, 93 Brady,94 Miguel, 95 Cooper, 96 Antonio, 97 Steven, 98 Kaden, 99 Richard, 100 Timothy

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While many of the top baby boy names appearing in this list could be considered the “usual suspects”, for example Anthony, Matthew, Henry or Jack, the list still contains unique baby names, such as Gavin, Liam, Xavier or Tristan. So it is quite possible to find a suitable name from this top 100 baby boy names list from the past year.

Another top 100 baby name list you may want to review is the top baby boy names from this decade, beginning in the year 2000:

1 Jacob, 2 Michael, 3 Joshua, 4 Matthew, 5 Andrew, 6 Christopher, 7 Daniel, 8 Joseph, 9 Ethan, 10 William, 11 Anthony, 12 Nicholas, 13 David, 14 Ryan, 15 Alexander, 16 Tyler, 17 John, 18 James, 19 Brandon, 20 Jonathan, 21 Zachary, 22 Dylan, 23 Christian, 24 Samuel, 25 Benjamin, 26 Noah, 27 Nathan, 28 Logan, 29 Justin, 30 Austin, 31 Jose, 32 Gabriel, 33 Kevin, 34 Robert, 35 Caleb, 36 Thomas, 37 Elijah, 38 Jordan, 39 Cameron, 40 Hunter, 41 Jack, 42 Angel, 43 Jason, 44 Isaiah, 45 Luke, 46 Evan, 47 Isaac, 48 Jackson, 49 Aaron, 50 Connor, 51 Mason, 52 Kyle, 53 Gavin, 54 Aidan, 55 Juan, 56 Luis, 57 Charles, 58 Brian, 59 Eric, 60 Adam, 61 Sean, 62 Jayden, 63 Alex, 64 Nathaniel, 65 Lucas, 66 Aiden, 67 Carlos, 68 Bryan, 69 Adrian, 70 Ian, 71 Jesus, 72 Cole, 73 Owen, 74 Steven, 75 Julian, 76 Timothy, 77 Diego, 78 Chase, 79 Cody, 80 Devin, 81 Seth, 82 Sebastian, 83 Jeremiah, 84 Landon, 85 Richard, 86 Blake, 87 Xavier, 88 Hayden, 89 Patrick, 90 Antonio, 91 Dominic, 92 Miguel, 93 Carter, 94 Jaden, 95 Wyatt, 96 Jesse, 97 Alejandro, 98 Trevor, 99 Carson, 100 Jared

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There are obviously advantages and disadvantages to choosing a popular name for your baby, rather than selecting from a list of more unique baby boy names. The advantages are that by selecting a well known name, your child will have the experience of having a name that is easily understood by others, is usually spelled correctly by others and helps him to fit in with his peers. However, there are also disadvantages in not selecting from a group of more rare baby names.

If the name you select for your son is too common, your child may have difficulties, especially when he’s old enough for school, with many other children having the same name. Another difficulty of not selecting from more uncommon baby names is that your child may feel less of an individual if he is given a popular name. He may then feel that his name is somehow less important or meaningful than the names of others, and then believe that he is somehow less important than others.

While considering the top 100 baby boy names may help you in choosing a name for your son, the reality is the selection of your baby boy’s name is a very personal decision. Here’s two key factors to keep in mind when reviewing names for boys: one, the name you choose for your son is one you’ll have to live with for the rest of your child’s life, and two, most importantly, it’s the one he’ll have to live with for the rest of his life. So choose wisely and well.

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