Category: baby name Seraphina
Charlotte is the Number 1 for girls among our most popular names 2010, cementing the lead that the royal feminine variation of Charles has held among visitors to our site all year. Our number two and three girls’ names are Violet and Seraphina, both names of the daughters of Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, which has gone far to popularize them.
Four other names on the nameberry Top 10 for girls have risen steeply through our ranks: They are Eliza, Amelia, Adelaide, and Imogen. Names beginning with vowels count for seven of the girls’ Top 10.
Nameberry’s 2010 most popular names list counts the number of times visitors to our site searched each name throughout the year, which we like to think gives the discerning baby namer an excellent insight into which names are attracting the most buzz. Of the 4.5 million views our name pages gathered last year, more than 11,000 went to Charlotte alone, making it the most-searched name on the site for either gender.
None of the names in the girls’ Top 10 is among the U.S. ten most popular names. Elizabeth comes the closest, 10 on the nameberry chart and 11 on the U.S. count.
Check out our 2010 most popular names for boys.
Following are the nameberry Top 100 2010 most popular names for girls.
Today’s question of the week is: Just how influential are the names picked by celebrities for their kids? Have they affected your choices in any way—either positively or negatively?
Has a particular starbaby—say a Seraphina or Clementine or Maddox—presented you with a name you’d never considered before but now find appealing? Or, au contraire, do you think a name can be ‘ruined’ by being picked by a high-profile, influential pop figure who will bring it into the celebrisphere?
We know just by looking at the Social Security list just how much the general naming public has been impacted by so many of the names discovered or rediscovered by celebs.
But how about you nameberries?