Both names originate from the German language meaning "all," making it a sweet pairing for two little girls. The name Ella was popular in the 1920s, has become popular again in the last decade, and currently sits at number 12 on the most popular list. Emma rounds out the top three in popularity.
Another popular pairing for both of these names is the name Ava.
Here's a sweet boy-boy twin combo: classically popular names. Benjamin means "son" in Hebrew, and Alexander means "protector" in Greek, so they complement each other nicely.
The double H's in this common pair make it a soft and feminine choice for girls. Hailey only makes the most popular list at 32, but based on current trends, we predict it will move up in the next couple of years. Hannah has also remained popular over the years, and is in the top 25 for most popular names.
Mason makes our list again, this time with the lesser used name Morgan.
Looking for a classic, religious-themed pair of names? Michael means "Who is like God," and Matthew means "Gift of God," giving both names a religious background. Both of these names are high up on the most popular list, at numbers 8 and 12 respectively, and stem from the Hebrew language.
Emily tops out on the most popular list at number six, Ethan at number three. Both names stem from the Greek language and mean "eager" and "constant," respectively.