How many usages does it take to bring a baby name to the top spot? Kelli Brady shows how drastically that number has decreased over time. (Or why you know so many grown Jennifers and no baby Noahs.)
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Some fascinating surprises in Kelli Brady’s analysis of the most popular names since 1880–such as Patricia being #3 and James–not John–the top name for boys over time.
What happens if you combine the different spellings of a name? Kelli Brady analyzes how that changes the baby name popularity rankings.
For the new Major League season, Kelli Brady pitches a long list of baseball-related names and nicknames, some more wearable than others.
Kelli Brady continues her analysis of S-sound-beginning names’ popularity–this time looking at the boys. Do you have a favorite S name for boys?
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