Names that Peaked in 1965
Origin:French word name
Origin:Variation of Lisa and Elizabeth
Meaning:"pledged to God"
Description:Lisa was one of the first names to spawn a range of variations, and this is one, sometimes pronounced lee-sha. The original is simpler and prettier.
Origin:Variation of Darren
Description:Darin was so popular that it nearly cracked the Top 100 in the mid-1960s, but has now dropped from sight. The original Darren is still hanging on.
Description:A twist on Darwin with the same friendly meaning. Its lovable-nerd feel is given a cool edge by several football players with the name.
Origin:English, diminutive of Roderick and Rodney
Description:Macho-er than thou.
Origin:English elaboration of Lora
Description:Echoes of two dated names: Lori and Linda.