Names that Peaked in 1973

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Top Names that Peaked in 1973

  • Dax

    The appealingly energetic Dax, with its trendy X-ending, re-entered the Top 1000 in 2007. Its somewhat sci-fi vibe emanates from his appearance as a fictional being in the Star Trek universe, seen... Read More 

  • Shane

    Shane ambled into the picture via the 1953 movie, adding a cowboy twist to its Irish essence. Shane is even more popular in Ireland than in the USA or the UK. Singer Siobhan O'Connor and actor... Read More 

  • Shawn

    Shawn is a phonetic spelling of Sean that may be off its peak -- it was a Top 30 name in the early 1970s -- but is still very popular: 800 baby boys were named Shawn in the US in the most recent... Read More 

  • Jamison

    A variation of Jameson. Both names have climbed in popularity in recent years, though Jameson remains the preferred spelling.Read More 

  • Bridget

    Bridget is the Anglicized form of Brigid, an Irish-Gaelic name that was derived from the word brígh, which means “strength.”

    Bridget is the name of the most famous female... Read More 

  • Davina

    A Scottish favorite that could make it here thanks to its similarity to the word divine. It's the most popular of several feminizations of David used in Scotland, including Davida, Davinia and... Read More 

  • Jermaine

    A Jackson brother name also associated with the similar-sounding Jemaine, of Flight of the Conchords fame. It has slowly lost its appeal since its peak years in the 1970s.Read More 

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