Names that Peaked in 2005

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Top Names that Peaked in 2005

  • Yosef

    A widely used Hebrew form of Joseph, with a sophisticated and continental air. Read More 

  • Xiomara

    The gorgeous and romantic name Xiomara popped into the Top 1000 from 2004-2011 after a contestant on America's Next Top Model increased interest in her rare name.

    Now Xiomara is back... Read More 

  • Laney

    A kind of old-fashioned nickname name that's enjoying some fresh life thanks to trendy brother Lane. Lainie is a more old-school spelling.Read More 

  • Samir

    Samir has a pleasing sound and lovely meaning. One of those distinctive names that can also fit right in—and you could always call him Sam.Read More 

  • Kole

    We prefer the version made classic by the witty and talented Cole Porter. This version is much less widely used.Read More 

  • Ansley

    Ashley alternative climbing up the baby names charts, probably due to the trendy ley/leigh ending and its similar-but-different status to the more popular Ainsley.Read More 

  • Miah

    Made most familiar by Miah Persson, a famous Swedish opera singer.Read More 

  • Adrien

    This spelling variation of the much more popular Adrian entered reentered the Social Security list after an over 100 year absence in 1999. The -en ending makes it sound like the feminine Adrienne.... Read More 

  • Estrella

    Rising star among Hispanic families that would make a good cross-cultural choice. A morepopular name with the same stellar meaning is EstherRead More 

  • Kadence

    K-beginnings are often substituted for Cs, and this spelling is definitely finding favor with many parents, among them skateboarding legend Tony Hawk. However, sometimes the original is the best -... Read More