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Names that Peaked in 2010

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Top Names that Peaked in 2010

  • Jordyn

    This variation of Jordan entered the Top 1000 in 1989Read More 

  • Payton

    While the Peyton spelling is used more equally for both sexes, Payton is much favored by parents of girls.Read More 

  • Lila

    Lila was derived from the Arabic word laylah, meaning “night.” It has separate roots in Sanskrit with the meaning “play.” In Hinduism, Lila is a conceptualism of the universe as a... Read More 

  • Alivia

    While Alivia may not have achieved the megapopularity of its mother name, it's still a widely used choice. Alivia combines the trendiness of A names with the trendiness of Olivia to create a... Read More 

  • Julianna

    This spelling, popularized by popular actress Julianna Margulies, is climbing up the lists. One of the Dixie Chicks--Emily Robison--used it for her daughter.Read More 

  • Izabella

    Parents seeking a way to differentiate their Isabella from all the others could consider this zippier spelling. It does have the jazzy nickname Izzy.Read More 

  • Aniyah

    Variation of Aniya.Read More 

  • Makenna

    Part of the Mackenzie/Mackena/Mackenna family, this variation has a positive meaning.Read More 

  • Lexi

    Lexi and Lexie, pixieish offshoots of the prolific Alex family, have come into their own. Read More 

  • Tyson

    As parents were finding too many Tylers at the neighborhood playground, they began looking to Tyson as an alternative, no longer concerned with possible connections to Mike Tyson or Tyson chicken. Read More