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  • Archer

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    Archer is an Anglo-Saxon surname that feels more modern than most because of its on-target occupational and Hunger Games associations. And it's a nice way to bypass the clunky Archibald to get to t... Read More 

  • Brooks

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    Surname name, with more masculine heft than Brook or Brooklyn, that remained in the Top 400 this year. Brooks Robinson was one of the greatest third basemen ever, playing for the Baltimore Orioles ... Read More 

  • Carson

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    Carson is an androgynous executive-type name, with a dash of the Wild West via the legendary Missouri frontiersman Kit Carson. Dating back to when it was the name of Nancy Drew's Dad, Carson is sti... Read More 

  • Carter

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    Carter has been popular for almost two decades, but only now has it broken into the Top 40, leaving all the other upscale occupational surname names behind. Having hot characters named Carter on b... Read More 

  • George

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    Iconoclasts though we may be, we like Fred, we like Frank, and we like George, which was among the Top 10 from 1830 to 1950, when the number of little Georges started to decline. Solid, strong, ro... Read More 

  • Gordon

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    As this long-term Age of Jordans, both male and female, begins to wind down, the neglected Scottish favorite Gordon, with its more distinguished history, could come back as a distinctive alternativ... Read More 

  • Graham

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    Well used in England and Scotland since the fifties, the smooth and sophisticated Graham is just beginning to catch on here; Graham has climbed almost 200 places in a decade. Among the best known ... Read More 

  • Griffin

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    Griffin is one of the newer and most appealing of the two-syllable Celtic surnames (also the name of a mythological creature, half eagle, half lion). It entered the list in 1983 after an absence of... Read More 

  • Harper

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    Harper was used by Paul Simon years ago for his now-grown son; since then a number of celebrities have given the name to their baby daughters, to the point where it is now a red hot girls' name-- i... Read More 

  • Jasper

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    Jasper has a lot going for it -- in the past years it shot up 112 places and is still rising, after long being considered a hip and charming name in England. Distinctly masculine, Jasper represents... Read More 

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