Victorian Royal Baby Names

Queen Victoria named six of nine children after either herself or her husband Prince Albert, making the royal baby names from the 19th and early 20th centuries a cozy bunch. The full list of royal names from the Victorian era includes:
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  • Mary

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    Mary, the quintessential New Testament name, was Number 1 for girls until the mid-twentieth century. Though still close to the Top 100, at Number 120 Mary is used now mostly for religious or... Read More 

  • Maud

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    Maud, lacy and mauve-tinted, was wildly popular a hundred years ago, but has been rarely heard in the past fifty. Some stylish parents are starting to choose Maud again, especially as a middle.... Read More 

  • Melita

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    A coffee filter. Read More 

  • Norah

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    The skyrocketing success of singer Norah Jones brought this spelling of the name onto the pop charts in 2003; it's now at Number 163.Read More 

  • Palmerston

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  • Patrick

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    Patrick, long tied to a hyper-Irish image, is enjoying something of a renaissance as a stylish classic, as it has long been considered in England. Along with such choices as Charles and George,... Read More 

  • Robert

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    Robert was Number 1 in both 1925 and 1950, and in fact was in the Top 25 for an entire century, giving it true classic status. Though no longer stylish, Robert is still widely used as a family... Read More 

  • Ruperta

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  • Stanley

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    Although Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire personified brute force, most Stanleys have been portrayed as meek milquetoasts. Could be a Sydney-like girls' choice.-Bette Davis... Read More 

  • Temple

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    Rather formal word name that has been used occasionally over the years, most notably for the autism activist and animal expert Temple Grandin. Read More 

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