Yes, I am back to sharing stuff here on this blog, starting with the names that have been popular and uncommon in Costa Rica back in 1970. Advertisements
Now is the time for me to shake things up with how I post on the WordPress universe and to announce something major for this blog.
Lucia keeps her title as the most popular Spanish baby girl name, but Lucas dethrones Hugo in spectacular style to become the most popular boy name.
A subtle variant of a Germanic name, made known in certain quarters by a certain witcher.
For the 17th and 7th years in a row respectively, Bence and Hanna are once again the king and queen of Hungarian baby names.
Now that the 2017 data has been released for the United States, why not spend a part of another 12 months until the release of this year’s data by keeping an eye out on some of the names that will make the rounds.
The baby name data from the SSA has just been released, so why not take a look back at the 3 names that I thought would most likely rise + many other names that didn’t quite make the cut in the short list.