This ‘Name of the Year’ post is going to be a no-brainer, so let’s jump right into this, shall we?
Why the * at the end? You’ll find out in a moment, but in essence, this post is about what names parents in Nicaragua chose for their babies in the year 2000.
2019 is now past us and the 2010s are over. 2020 is here and the 2020s are set to roar in the naming scene. Which name defines 2019? Which ones define the decade? Which ones do I feel could define the 2020s out of a multitude of names already chosen by others?
The title sounds cumbersome, yes, but at least is summarises what this post is all about, what the popular names are in Costa Rica in these years.
Want to know which names had been in the top 100 in Lithuania from 1946 to 2019? Today’s the lucky day for that!
Another year has gone by and the likes of T’Challa, Meghan and Abcde had got us talking. Now which name did I choose as my Name of 2018?
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.
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.