Baby name for boys that boasts ‘Roman empire energy’ set to be popular in 2024

If you’re expecting a baby boy in 2024, you’ll likely be racking your brains trying to think of the perfect name.

It can be a real struggle to come up with a moniker for your little one, as there are seemingly endless choices out there in the world. Some are significantly more popular than others, with choices such as Lucas and Noah dominating the baby name charts for years.

But you might want to go with something a little more unique for your newborn son – and one choice, which is already loved by celebs, could be what you’re looking for.

Nameberry creator Pamela Redmond suggests the perfect baby name for 2024 is both modern and “personally significant”, the Mirror reports.

She said: “Today’s parents are fixated on sending the right messages with the names they choose. The perfect baby name for 2024 is one that is ahead of the style curve, personally significant, and identity-defining.”

Some predicted popular names for 2024 including Artemi, Cleo, Lotus, Eden, Fern, Harlow, Hazel, Jade, June, Rose, Willo, and Carmen for girls.

And baby name consultant and YouTuber SJ Strum revealed which boys names are set to be most popular in 2024 – with the name Otto coming out on top.

History buffs will know that Otto the Great is widely considered to be the founder of the Holy Roman Empire. This born leader can guide those around him with ease and prestige, navigating the world as he makes it his own, according to The Bump.

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This choice is also loved by a range of famous faces like Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews, who named their newborn son Otto earlier this year.

Hollywood actress Ashley Olsen, best known for being one half of the Olsen twins, named her son Otto in summer of this year.

The full list of predicted popular boy names for 2024 is as follows:

  • Otto

  • Kit

  • Enzo

  • Beau

  • Reuben

  • Rupert

  • Otis

  • Ronnie

  • Jude

  • Lucas

Steph Coffield, a Minnesota-based consultant for excited parents-to-be, predicted that many expecting parents will choose “surnames as first names” and that gender-neutral names will continue to rise in popularity.

The names Cameron and Carter for boys and Maddison and Spencer for girls will continue to stay in demand, she added.

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