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Baby names that go well with Jacob and Sophia

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Middle names for popular baby names

In 2012, Jacob and Sophia topped the list of popular U.S. baby names. Just because these names are ultra-popular doesn’t mean you have to rule them out. To make them your own, pair them up with a unique middle name.
Babies - Jacob and Sophia

Thinking of naming your baby Jacob or Sophia? Put your own spin on these number one baby names by combining them with a middle name of your choosing. To help you get started, here are baby names that go beautifully with Jacob and Sophia.

Whether you’re looking for another popular name or a name that hasn’t peaked in popularity yet, these names will take the stress out of finding the best names to go with Jacob and Sophia.

Embrace popularity

If you’re into top trends, draw your middle name from the other names in the top 10 list from 2012. Here are some combinations of popular names that sound great.

Go with a short middle name

Jacob’s double-syllable sound and Sophia’s triple-syllable sound both pair well with a short and sweet middle name. Create a pretty rhythm with these baby names that combine nicely with Jacob and Sophia.

Use the same first letter

Alliteration makes for a memorable baby name. Sophia and Jacob both start with popular first letters, giving you plenty of options to choose from if you’d like to pair them with a middle name that starts with the same letter.

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Choose a unique name

Want to balance out the popularity of Jacob or Sophia? Look at the opposite end of the name popularity spectrum. These names are all at the bottom end of the top 1,000 names of 2012. We’ve chosen middle names that are uncommon without being overly unusual.

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Choose matching sounds

Rhyming and slant-rhyming names aren’t for everyone. Choose wisely when looking for a baby name and middle name that sound similar. Usually rhyming names that have the same number of syllables sound too matchy-matchy. But if you’re careful, you can create a pretty combo. For example, Sophia Alicia sounds better than Sophia Maria. Here are some rhyming names that sound pretty together.

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