Names that Peaked in 1883
Origin:English word name
Description:One of the rare cases where spelling a name with a y makes it less rather than more feminine. Birdie might be the freshest choice in this aviary.
Origin:French, White deer
Description:This name is usually seen as a surname, but could be used as a first in the tradition of Cooper, Sawyer etc.
Origin:English, combination of Georgia and Anna
Description:With the first two syllables pronounced Georgie, it has a stylish Masterpiece Theatre air.
Origin:Diminutive of Montgomery or French
Description:Monty Burns, on The Simpsons, smashed to pieces any goodwill for his first name leftover from Monty Python. But if you drop the "y," you're left with a distinctly Gallic sounding nickname name. If it feels to slight for the birth certificate, there are tons of ways to get to it as a nickname: Montgomery, Montana, Montreal, even Montmorency.
Description:Variation of Caesar
Origin:Variant of Jephthah
Description:The middle name of a Duck Dynasty castmember, who goes by Jep, derives from the rare Old Testament name that's gone almost completely unused for centuries.