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May 9th, 2013 05:04 PM #11
@uselesskitty - yes, I noticed many boyish names in the girls top 1,000 too.
Madison, Avery, Addison and Aubrey - all in the top 15 (of course, all sorts of spellings are further down the list)
Harper = No# 24
Riley = No# 47
Peyton = No# 53
Mackenzie = No# 71 (with different spellings further down)
Bailey = No# 79 (multiple spellings)
Morgan = No# 82
Reagan = No# 97
Piper = No# 98 (I'm not surprised at the leap with this name)
Jordyn = No# 121 (this spelling is more popular for girls. Yuck!)
Reese = No# 128
Quinn = No# 153
Hayden = No# 196
Emery = No# 211 (the Emory spelling is much further down the list)
Emerson = No# 244
Kelsey = No# 267
Charlie = No# 305 (other spellings are further down)
Parker = No# 315 (all I hear is "park her")
Finley = No# 349
Jayden = No# 380
Jamie = No# 438
Rowan = No# 455
Logan = No# 456
McKinley = No# 457
Sloane = No# 480 (the spelling with no "e" is further down)
Dylan = No# 512
Justice = No# 580
Sawyer = No# 548
Cameron = No# 553 (other spellings too)
Leighton = No# 563
Ryan = No# 607
Blake = No# 694
Bryn = No# 771
Sidney = No# 831 (the usual girls spelling Sydney is ranked a lot higher)
Elliot = No# 862
Campbell = No# 868
Micah = No# 873
Kai = No# 919
Collins = No# 960
Azariah = No# 963All the best,
May 9th, 2013 05:11 PM #13
May 9th, 2013 05:27 PM #15~ Catholic. College. Communicative Disorders. ~~(updated 11/3/15)
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(I'm using the soo-NEE-va pronunciation of Sunniva)
May 9th, 2013 05:36 PM #17All the best,
May 9th, 2013 05:41 PM #19
Looking at my favorites:
Eliza - ranked #225 (up 30 places). I think with Elizabeth still proving so popular, this is also going to become more popular, as parents who want to avoid Elizabeth may plump for this.
Jean - not been in Top 1000 since 1994. Ranking for 2012 was #2931.
Josephine - ranked #160 (up 22 places). No surprises here.
Pearl - ranked #756 (up 50 places). This surprises me somewhat, as I thought it was going to implode, as some celebs used it. I was wrong.
Rose - ranked #261 (up 30 places). No surprises here either.
Sarah - ranked #43 (down 4 places). Sarah seems to be dropping out the Top 50 gradually, which when you consider some of the names above it (Nevaeh, Brooklyn and Addison), is somewhat disappointing.
Alfred - ranked #949 (down 34 places). I'm not surprised, in fact the only think I am surprised about, is it's still in the Top 1000!
Gabriel - ranked #24 (non mover). A few years ago, I expect this to launch into the Top 20, but it seems to have steadied in the 20s instead.
John - ranked #28 (down 1 place). Mary continues to fall but John has remained steady in the mid-late 20s in the last four years. I wonder why one former stalwart has fallen out of favor but the other hasn't?
Reuben - ranked #973 (down 45 places). Reuben's failure to "catch on" puzzles me, as it shares something with many other male names that U.S. parents use in their droves, in that it's a strong Biblical name. A Jewish friend said it's because it's still seen as being "very Jewish", but surely that applied to Noah and Isaac (among others) at one point too?!
Samuel - ranked #25 (up 1 place). The comments I made with Gabriel apply here, thought it would break Top 20 a few years back, but seems to have steadied in the 20s instead.
Timothy - ranked #120 (up 3 places). I know this dropped out the Top 100 a few years back, so not surprised to find it lingering outside the Top 100.
Will study the lists at more depth at some point, once my AP exams are over!⋆ Margaret Mary ⋆
Elisabeth Mary ⋆ Josephine Sarah ⋆ Iris Christabel ⋆ Beatrice Helena ⋆ Harriet Cordelia
Asher Benedict ⋆ Jude Raphael ⋆ Gabriel John ⋆ August Samuel ⋆ Joah Francis
Delyth ⋆ Enfys ⋆ Gwennan ⋆ Meirionwen ⋆ Rhoswen
Arwel ⋆ Elis ⋆ Emyr ⋆ Rhys ⋆ Selwyn
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