What were the most popular baby names in 2011?
Most Popular Baby Names of 2011: The List
|Rank||Boys’ Names||Girls’ Names|
What was the most common name in 2011?
Top 100 baby names of 2011
What was the most common name for baby boys in the US in 2011?
For the thirteenth year in a row Jacob was the most popular male baby name.
What was the least popular name in 2011?
Least popular girl names
- 2017 – Alora.
- 2016 – Kensington.
- 2015 – Sidney.
- 2014 – Cambria.
- 2013 – Kaelynn.
- 2012 – Sofie.
- 2011 – Damaris.
- 2010 – Karley.
What is the most popular name in the world for a girl 2011?
What is the least popular American name?
The most unpopular baby names of 2017
|Girls’ names||Girls ‘ names||Boys ‘ names|
|1. Adalie||6. Oracle||1. Ajax|
|2. Agape||7. Sonali||2. Dougal|
|3. Birdie||8. Sondos||3. Henderson|
|4. Noam||9. Tiger||4. Joolls|
What are the most popular baby names in the world?
The top baby names internationally include Emma, Olivia, Isabella, Sophia or Sofia and Charlotte for girls, and Liam, Noah, Jack, and Oliver for boys. Here are all the the most recently available lists of popular baby names from and
Which is the most popular boy’s name in the UK?
Oliver and Olivia remained the most popular name for boys and girls in England and Wales. Freya and Lily replaced Emily and Ella in the top 10 girls’ names, while there were no new entries in the top 10 boys’ names in 2019.
Which is the most popular first name in Scotland?
The most popular first names given to babies whose births were registered in Scotland in 2020 (publication formerly known as Popular Forenames). Isla was the most popular first forename for girls whose births were registered in 2020. Jack was the most popular first forename for boys whose births were registered in 2020.
Which is the most popular name on Nameberry?
Top baby names on Nameberry are based on which names attract the most views from our visitors each month, with a master list for the current year published every December. The top baby names internationally include Emma, Olivia, Isabella, Sophia or Sofia and Charlotte for girls, and Liam, Noah, Jack, and Oliver for boys.