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Gender: Female Origin of London: English place-name London's Popularity in 2018: #180

London Origin and Meaning

The name London is a girl's name of English origin.

The capital of the United Kingdom makes a solid and attractive twenty-first-century choice, with a lot more substance than Paris. It's in the unisex column, with one boy starbaby (Saul 'Slash' Hudson) and one girl (Neal McDonough).

There was a rich girl character named London Tipton on the Disney TV series The Suite Life of Zack and Cody beginning in 2005.

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Popularity

Rank in US: #180

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Famous People Named London

Pop Culture References for the name London

Londyn, Londin, Londynn, Londen, Londun

Comments

GenEric Says:

2019-02-09T21:50:09

Wasn't London Tipton named that to mock Paris Hilton?

SloaneSquare Says:

2017-08-24T13:53:16

It's anything but classy on this side of the pond

SloaneSquare Says:

2017-08-24T13:52:43

Great city, awfully tacky name to lumber a child with.

lauren.deaton Says:

2016-07-16T04:43:23

I think london is a classy name yet still has a fresh interesting sound to it... love it

em Says:

2015-03-19T02:32:47

everyone ive "tested" the name with is so delighted - not one weird reaction. i like that its strong, unisex, and has a cool factor to it.

htw Says:

2015-01-19T14:52:25

No its sounds just as bad here but other ugly names like peyton are popular so maybe it is a trend?

hannahloulou Says:

2015-01-19T13:39:32

I'm from London and I just find the whole idea a bit bizarre, like calling a baby Baltimore, Pittsburgh or Milwaukee or something. It isn't a pretty sound at all, Londoners say "Lun-dun". But perhaps in America it would sound better? I suppose I think the American place names Savannah and Atlanta are acceptable so perhaps I am just being too conservative.

Caroline Says:

2015-01-19T09:16:44

I don't like using the name of places for children, but I do like Milan.

Catastroffy Says:

2014-12-15T22:12:21

I don't like this name. London for a girl! Really. Londyn could work as a pinch.

Alicia1 Says:

2014-09-16T15:51:20

I like place names, I have 2 in my family. This one is nice, just have a feeling it would be too popular

mabespark Says:

2014-08-24T22:20:28

I'm actually starting to like it, for both genders.

Guest Says:

2014-07-17T22:43:24

I really would like this as a name but it's too common and I know too many.

(I bet a lot of people using it have never even been to London tbh)

Theodora_Phoenix Says:

2014-04-24T23:48:42

This name is not even pretty. Most place names work but I can't see the appeal of this one. I first heard it from Suite Life on Deck and I can never shake that association.