Jewish names have dominated the baby name scene this year, even among non-Jewish kids, taking 25 spots on Baby Center’s Top 80 list. It seems like going biblical is all the rage. Boys did significantly better than girls, with the ever popular Noah rising to No. 2.
Here are the most popular Jewish baby names (so far) for 2015:
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