Baby name trends come and go, but it seems that one of our favorite baby names is currently at the top of the list: Sophia/Sofia is the world's most popular baby name. But that's not the only Hispanic baby name that's popular right now. In fact, we have the list of the 18 up and coming Latino and Latina baby names. 

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Daleyza 1

Daleyza

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The name invented by Larrymania star Larry Hernandez for his baby girl has been on the rise ever since, and it's no wonder! How cute and unique is it?

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Iker 2

Iker

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This baby boy name has a sharp sound, and has been popular ever since Iker Casillas, a Basque goalkeeper, began to rise in popularity as the very best of his time. 

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Adelina 3

Adelina

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You've heard the vintage name Adeline, right? This Spanish, Italian and Slavic version is more feminine, which is probably why it has become so popular lately.

Tadeo 4

Tadeo

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This Spanish version of the biblical name Thaddeus gives us a modern twist on a classic. This boys' name is growing more and more popular.

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Luciana 5

Luciana

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Sound out this name, and it's a pleasure. It's flowery and long and way more exciting than Lucy, the name that it originates from. 

Elian 6

Elian

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You probably remember the custody case of Elian Gonzalez back in 2000, when this name was the most popular, but it has come back in recent years.

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Catalina 7

Catalina

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Inspired by the rocky island off California's coast, this name comes with all of the beach-luxury vibe with the Spanish heritage of Catherine.

Luciano 8

Luciano

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This name is hard-to-resist thanks to its rich heritage of Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. It's richly unique, which explains its popularity lately.

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Aranza 9

Aranza

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The fastest growing girl name of 2014 is still going strong, and it's no wonder! I love the way this lyrical name sounds, even if it does have origins in the Basque name Arantxa meaning "thorn bush."

Adriel 10

Adriel

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This biblical name has had a resurgence lately for families that are looking for boy names that have a more beautiful ring to it.

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Galilea 11

Galilea

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This Latin name with Hebrew roots that is also the female version of Galileo has always been lyrical and lovely, and I can see why it's getting more popular lately.

Cruz 12

Cruz

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Although it has often been a surname, it also became a popular first name thanks to the Beckhams. It's been a much-loved name ever since. 

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Dalary 13

Dalary

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Yet another name invented by Larry Hernandez, this one has a different sound but the same feminine softness as some of the other names on the list.

Leonel 14

Leonel

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This slight twist to the name Lionel is already popular with the South American footballers, but I love it because of the softer sound.

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Ariadne 15

Ariadne

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This international name has been especially popular with Latino families lately, and the many variations of it prove why we all love it so much.

Abel 16

Abel

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The growth of this biblical name has been happening all over Europe in recent years, and has started to come to the U.S. thanks to Latino families.

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Monserrat, Montserrat 17

Monserrat, Montserrat

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Although it might sound like an unusual name for a baby girl, the beautiful mountain in Catalonia, Spain, has inspired many to name their daughters after it.

Nico 18

Nico

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This popular boy name (that is sometimes also used for girls), is a stylish and up-and-coming name that is growing in popularity every day.