Category: baby name Abram
Just as other countries have their royal names, America has had a long tradition of honoring our presidents, going back at least as far as John Quincy Adams naming one of his sons George Washington Adams. Not to mention the presidential surnames that have become latter day fads—think Taylor and Tyler and Madison and Jackson. Today we’re looking at the first, middle and last names of all the past Chief Executives, to arrive at our Nameberry Picks for best presidential baby names today.
Classic names are just as hot for boys as they are for girls right now—but there’s a difference. Most of the vintage boys’ names that are rising in popularity aren’t the traditional classics like William and James, which have never been subject to the whims of fashion, or fusty Victorian vestiges like Clarence or Elmer, but are mainly names that date from further back in time.
The classic boys’ names that are hottest–and coolest–at this moment are either a) offbeat biblical choices rarely heard in modern times, or b) true classics dating from the Roman era. Those listed below—some of which might surprise you—all feature on the official list of fastest-rising boys’ names in the past year.