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 […]
Once again, Emma and William are 2016’s top names in Québec. Emma has been the number 1 girl name for the 5th year while William has been the number 1 boy name for the 11th year running. Here are the top 10 names for 2016: GIRLS Rank Name Number Rank change Number change 1 EMMA […]
A unisex name that has originated from the eastern side of Europe. It’s Sasha.
On this ‘List Lists’ post, we will be taking a look at some of the Mapuche (some hispanicised) names that were given to babies in Chile in 2016. For this post, I am sorting out this list by popularity.
From the Star Wars universe comes a traditionally masculine-sounding name used by the female scavenger.
After a few weeks of sorting out the data, we find out which names top the baby name charts in the capital of the Philippines back 40 years ago. According to the results that I’ve compiled, Jennifer and Michelle were the 2 most popular names given to baby girls in Manila in 1977. Here are the top […]