The name that we’ll shine on today is a name that literally possesses a sense of fortune. Advertisements
This ‘List Lists’ post will focus on words that directly mean “sky” (or “heaven”), “river” or “snow” and are used as given names.
I had made my predictions a while ago regarding what the top 5 Japanese baby names of 2017 would look like. Did I get them right? Let’s find out.
Francesco and Sofia are, once again, the king and queen of Italian baby names last year with Sofia leading the way for the girls for the 7th year in a row and Francesco leading the way for the boys for the 16th year in a row.
After 7 months without a ‘Name Spotlight,’ this series is now revived and on this post, we will be taking a look at a female name from a native Korean word that was popular in the 80s.
I’d cheated my way into using BabyCenter data to choose 6 names from pop culture that would most likely rise in 2016, now I cheat my way into using BabyCenter data to choose half of that number of names, names that rose significantly last year, but would continue rising this year.
NOTE: AS SHOWN IN THE ORIGINAL DATA FROM THE SOURCE BELOW, THE NAMES SHOWN HERE DOESN’T INCLUDE ANY DIACRITICS. Martin stays at the top in Galicia, while Noa, the top girl name for 3 years, has now been knocked out by Sofia.