Haven’t made an update post for a long time but now’s the right time to do it. Note: This post will be deleted a week from today, as this is only a temporary post to let you all know of the changes that have been made on this blog.
Disclaimer: All the names provided here are written exactly as it is shown in the data provided in the source below, meaning there are no diacritics added to these names. Hugo and Lucia are, once again, the top Spanish baby names, according to INE’s latest data, which have just been released today (22nd June). Hugo […]
Well, it look longer than I had hoped for, but here are the top males for Manila, the capital of the Philippines, in 1977. To find out the results for the female names, please see this post and the PDF that is linked there.
Areum, Boram, Seulgi, these were some of the popular names of the late 80s and early 90s and they all derive from words of native Korean origin (as opposed to Korean words of Chinese origin). On this ‘List Lists’ post, I will be taking a look at those names which are uncommonly or rarely used in […]
Note: All the names provided on this post and on the PDFs are written exactly as it is shown in the original data (in other words, there are no diacritics). Lucia and Daniel are the top baby names of the current decade so far and while Lucia is expected to remain in her position by […]
This month’s ‘Unisex Names’ post is a little different (and late). For this post, three ‘word’ names that is uncommon (around 50-250 babies in total) in the US at the moment, though mainly unisex, will be shown and their status is compared to other locations and previous years.
Now that the SSA released the list for 2016, let’s take a look at the names I’ve raised on my blog and other media that were expected to have an impact and their results. Names from Names most likely to jump in the US in 2016 Not surprisingly, all the six names experienced a jump […]