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.
United States (most common names, 1990 census) James: John: Robert: Michael: William: David: Richard: Charles: Joseph: Thomas: Uruguay (2021) Juan: Benjamín: Mateo: NA: NA: NA: NA: NA: NA: NA Venezuela (2011) Sebastián: Santiago: Samuel: Diego: Gabriel: Alejandro: Diego Alejandro: Daniel Alejandro: David: Juan Andrés
Top 10 Baby Names of 2021. Rank. Male name. Female name. 1. Liam. Olivia. 2.
Apr 7, 2022 · DAKOTA. The old-fashioned names remain strong in the top 30, including Eleanor, Adeline, Nora, and Alice. Atticus and Milo remain strong and Jackson/Jaxon/Jaxson is still holding. There are some really cool names in the gender neutral group including Lux, Addison, and Echo.
The most popular baby names of 2023 so far
The most popular names for girls have also undergone a slight shift as Luna gained four spots from last year to become the third-most ...
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Mar 20, 2023 · As for the most popular name of 2023 so far, Noah, which was ranked in third place in 2022, has risen to the top of this year’s list for baby boys. The top five list for boys is rounded out with ...
Dec 27, 2022 · Top 20 Girl’s Names for 2023: The “V” sound in girl’s names is still holding strong with names like Violet, Ivy, Ava, Olivia, Evelyn, Maeve and Genevieve (with two)! “Grandma” names are dropping off slightly with more other-worldly names like Aurora, Aria, and Luna replacing them. Aurora. Hazel. Charlotte.
Boy names like Daniel, Paul, and Russell have consistently been popular, but boys names like Dylan, Brandon, and Ethan have had so many babies in just a few years that they made the list. Girl names like Elizabeth , Jacqueline , and Katherine have consistently been popular, but girls names like Madison , Ashley , and Samantha have had so many ...