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Names that Peaked in 1905

  1. IrvineHeart
    • CeilHeart
      • Origin:

        Short form of Cecilia or Celia
      • Meaning:

        "blind or heavenly"
      • Description:

        With the growing popularity of Celia and Cecilia, this vintage canasta-playing nickname name could be due for a comeback.
    • BellHeart
      • Origin:

        English and Scottish occupational name
      • Meaning:

        "ringer of the bell"
      • Description:

        Simplicity and pleasant associations give the word Bell real possibility as a first name -- but somehow it seems better for a girl, a la Belle.
    • LeraHeart
      • NeolaHeart
        • Origin:

          Greek
        • Meaning:

          "the young one"
        • Description:

          Has an arty, creative image.
      • IldaHeart
        • Origin:

          Italian variation of HIlda, German
        • Meaning:

          "battle woman"
        • Description:

          The Italian form of Hilda is rarer but sweeter than its mother name, which still isn't ready for revival in the US.
      • MableHeart
        • JohnsonHeart
          • Origin:

            English
          • Meaning:

            "son of John"
          • Description:

            No competition for Jackson.
        • EmmittHeart
          • Origin:

            Spelling variation of Emmett
          • Description:

            Emmitt is a new spelling spin borne of the popularity of Emmett.
        • HillHeart
          • Origin:

            English
          • Meaning:

            "someone who lives by a hill"
          • Description:

            Simple and down-to-earth, but would probably work best as a middle name.
        • FairyHeart
          • Origin:

            English word name
          • Meaning:

            "fairy"
          • Description:

            Fairy's reputation as a slur directed at gay men takes it off the table as a baby name option. Go with Pixie or Faye instead.
        • AudieHeart
          • TheadoreHeart
            • EveretHeart
              • FoyHeart
                • Origin:

                  Surname, from French
                • Meaning:

                  "faith"
                • Description:

                  This once-popular surname name (rhymes with Roy) has since faded away, but we think it has a simple, stylish charm.
              • LeolaHeart
                • DelsieHeart
                  • RoseveltHeart
                    • OzellaHeart
                      • HermonHeart