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Names that Peaked in 1982

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Top Names that Peaked in 1982

  • Brooks

    Surname name, nature name, and word name, with a more masculine slant than Brook or Brooklyn. Brooks Robinson was one of the greatest third basemen ever, playing for the Baltimore Orioles from... Read More 

  • Nicole

    Nicole was derived from Nicholas, the English variation of the Greek Nikolaos, composed of the compounds nike, meaning “victory,” and laos, “people.” The variation Nicole arose... Read More 

  • Salvador

    A common epithet of Christ, frequently heard in the Hispanic community, Salvador could also be a great choice for artistic parents, given the continuing popularity of Dada and Surrealist painter... Read More 

  • Tiffany

    One of the first luxury brand names, and the quintessential Booming Eighties status-conscious moniker; used by Donald Trump for his daughter, Tiffany has plummeted far from its high in the Top 25. Read More 

  • Kellen

    Kellen is German in origin and Irish in spirit. Kellen has fallen a bit in popularity for boys since its peak in 2012, but it has possibilities for girls too. In fact, Kellen's similarity to such... Read More 

  • Rebekah

    Many parents prefer this spelling used in the authorized version of the Bible. Still, it's slipped considerably since it's heyday in the eighties and nineties.Read More 

  • Crystal

    Peaking at #9 in 1982, Crystal's popularity in the 70s and 80s stems from its sparkling natural namesake and several notable bearers, like country music singer Crystal Gayle and Dynasty... Read More 

  • Jillian

    This spelling of Jillian is now much more popular than the original, maybe because the G version invites pronunciation problems. Read More 

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