Category: baby name Valentino
And beyond celebratingÂ Valentine’s Day baby names, letâ€™s get expansive and salute the whole wide-ranging rise of its initial letter, â€˜V.â€™
If consonants can be said to have personalities, then it wasnâ€™t so long ago that the letter V was seen as more venerableâ€”even fusty– than vivacious. Velma, Vera and Verna; Vernon, Victor and Vincent, all made our original â€˜So Far Out Theyâ€™ll Always Be Outâ€™ list.Â But as Pam and I have learned all too well since thenâ€”never say the words never or always.
The changes have been gradual since we wrote that, but there were two celebrity events that had a significant effect on V-baby names: Â the naming of Violet Affleck in 2005, and then of one of the Jolie-Pitt twins Vivienne three years later.Â Now there are a myriad of V-starting names popping both in and out of the celebrisphere.
For decades now, the names celebrities give their kids have had a tremendous effect on baby naming, one that has increased exponentially. From Ava to Willow, Maddox to Kingston, the proof is in the numbers.
So what are the latest starbaby influencers right now? We compared the fastest climbers on the Social Security list with the most popular baby names so far this year on Nameberry to pinpoint the most influential celebrity baby names today. They are: