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  1. Nov 15, 2022 · BabyCenter's State of Baby Names initiative has identified and analyzed the most popular baby names for 18 years, beginning in 2004. The 2022 Most Popular Baby Names report analyzes the top 100 names from data submitted by BabyCenter parents through Nov. 1, 2022, from about 416,000 of the babies born in 2022.

  2. Top 10 Baby Names of 2021. Rank. Male name. Female name. 1. Liam. Olivia. 2.

  3. Top Names Over the Last 100 Years. The following table shows the 100 most popular given names for male and female babies born during the last 100 years, 1922-2021. For each rank and sex, the table shows the name and the number of occurrences of that name. These time-tested popular names were taken from a universe that includes 177,238,032 male births and 172,053,794 female births.

  4. Dec 12, 2022 · Social Security Administration’s Top 100 Baby Names. Taking the roaring 20s to heart, baby names from generations past are coming back swinging for 2021’s top baby names from the Social Security Administration. On the baby boy side of things, the tried-and-tested recent favorites like Liam and Elijah are now accompanied by adorable and distinctly English classics like Henry and Theodore.

  5. November 1st, 2021. It's official: Olivia and Liam are the most popular baby names of 2021. The top ten baby girl names remained relatively constant since last year, with the exception of a few minor swaps. But there was some exciting movement on the boys' side, with a pair of new names – Levi and Asher – entering the top ten.

  6. Oct 19, 2020 · On the social and political fronts, Kamala (up 104%) and Liberty (up 12%) rose in popularity, while Karen and Chad declined by 13% and 12% respectively. Here are the top baby names of the year according to the names of more than 550,000 babies born in 2020 to parents registered on BabyCenter.

  7. Jul 8, 2021 · 59. NATHANIEL. MARGOT. JORDAN. 60. ADRIAN. SOPHIE. ADALIA. We’re now seeing some traditional Hebrew/Biblical names on the girl’s side with Sadie, Sophie, and Naomi – while on the boys’ side we see some traditional Brit names like Simon, Adrian, Tobias, and Alastair.

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