People come up with some very unique baby names these days but sometimes you just can't beat a classic.
A self-professed 'name nerd' has put together a list of the top baby names from the 1880’s that look like they’re making a return in the 2020’s.
The names predicted on the list have been gathered "based on name trends we’ve been seeing", and feature some really cute and classic names.
Here are the top 15 girls' names
Meaning 'mistress of the house', (with St. Martha being the patron saint of housekeeping)
2. Nellie or Nell
Meaning 'shining light'
Meaning 'lovable' or 'dearly'
Meaning 'maiden' or 'daughter'
Meaning 'light' or 'bright'
Meaning 'famous warrior'
Meaning both 'nourishing' and 'kind soul'
Meaning 'olive tree'
Meaning 'the little one' or 'small'
'God is gracious'
Meaning ‘pearl' or 'precious'
Meaning 'black beauty'
The top 15 boys’ names
Meaning 'friend of the deer' or 'champion warrior'
Meaning 'free man’
Meaning 'God of war'
Meaning 'well-born' or 'noble'
Meaning 'Frenchman' or 'free man'
Meaning 'counselor' or 'protector'
Meaning 'iron', 'battle worthy' or 'blaze'
Meaning ‘wealth' and 'prosperity'
Meaning 'park keeper'
Meaning 'excelling' or 'eager'
Meaning 'winner' or 'conqueror'
Meaning 'little bald one'
Meaning 'follower of Dionysus'
Meaning 'doe wood' or 'deer forest'