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7.6K Baby Names in the United States over 100 years

7.6K Baby Names in the United States over 100 years with popularity, origin meaning, trend diagram and comments

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12021-11-26 21:15:31Aboy
22021-11-27 21:29:40Bboy
32021-11-27 21:29:52Cboy
42021-11-27 21:29:55Dboy
52021-11-27 21:30:06Eboy
62021-11-27 21:30:09Fboy
72021-11-27 21:30:14Gboy
82021-11-27 21:30:18Hboy
92021-11-27 21:30:19Iboy
102021-11-27 21:30:32Jboy
112021-11-27 21:30:37Kboy
122021-11-27 21:30:42Lboy
132021-11-27 21:30:52Mboy
142021-11-27 21:31:03Nboy
152021-11-27 21:31:10Oboy
162021-11-27 21:31:20Pboy
172021-11-27 21:31:29Qboy
182021-11-27 21:31:40Rboy
192021-11-27 21:31:45Sboy
202021-11-27 21:31:49Tboy
212021-11-27 21:31:54Uboy
222021-11-27 21:31:59Vboy
232021-11-27 21:32:03Wboy
242021-11-27 21:32:07Xboy
252021-11-27 21:32:08Yboy
262021-11-27 21:32:14Zboy
272021-11-27 21:32:22Agirl
282021-11-27 21:32:32Bgirl
292021-11-27 21:32:42Cgirl
302021-11-27 21:32:53Dgirl
312021-11-27 21:33:04Egirl
322021-11-27 21:33:16Fgirl
332021-11-27 21:33:25Ggirl
342021-11-27 21:33:32Hgirl
352021-11-27 21:33:41Igirl
362021-11-27 21:33:49Jgirl
372021-11-27 21:33:55Kgirl
382021-11-27 21:34:02Lgirl
392021-11-27 21:34:08Mgirl
402021-11-27 21:34:12Ngirl
412021-11-27 21:34:17Ogirl
422021-11-27 21:34:28Pgirl
432021-11-27 21:34:38Qgirl
442021-11-27 21:34:44Rgirl
452021-11-27 21:34:50Sgirl
462021-11-27 21:34:54Tgirl
472021-11-27 21:35:02Ugirl
482021-11-27 21:35:03Vgirl
492021-11-27 21:35:11Wgirl
502021-11-27 21:35:17Xgirl
512021-11-27 21:35:19Ygirl
522021-11-27 21:35:30Zgirl
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name.id name.ts name.name name.popular_year name.year_number name.letter name.gender name.approval_rating name.positive_comment_num name.neutral_comment_num name.negative_comment_num name.positive_comment name.neutral_comment name.negative_comment name.description
12021-11-27 23:12:11Aaden20091,259Aboy100%14<li> 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<strong>Dec. 3, 2019:</strong> <li> "My name no Aden and i are smart to but can do many pushups" <strong>Nov. 19, 2017:</strong> <li> "My name is Aden but I'm girl i do not know any girls with my name but i know five boys Im athletic and smart but the boy Adens are not very athletic but it you name your child aden spell it aiden ayden adin" <strong>Apr. 30, 2010:</strong> <li> "It can be spelled Aden, Aeden, Aedan, Adan, Aaden, or Aadan, but it sounds awesome." <strong>Oct. 17, 2009:</strong> <li> "Im not sure how its spelled but o.m.g i love this name!! I might name my son this!" <strong>Sep. 2, 2009:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 3,153 boys in the United States have been named Aaden since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2009, when 1,259 people in the U.S. were given the name Aaden. Those people are now 11 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
22021-11-27 23:11:08Aarav2010438Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 1,794 boys in the United States have been named Aarav since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2010, when 438 people in the U.S. were given the name Aarav. Those people are now 10 years old.<p>
32021-11-28 22:24:35Aaron198915,303Aboy100%5132<li> "I named my son Aaron Jacob the day he was born because it is a strong masculine name and most important; because the tribe of Aaron is the Jewish tribe that my father is a descendant of." <strong>Nov. 18, 2014:</strong> <li> "We are naming our son Aaron Jace when he is born in jan 2013." <strong>Oct. 17, 2012:</strong> <li> "my so was called aaron as his father is called ronald and we wanted something with ron in it!! his father wanted to call him Ronald andrew david but i thankfully got him to change his mind. His name was meant to be as in recent years i have found out my great grandparents were jewish and of course aaron is a very big jewish name!! but if i had a pound for every one who said did u name him after elvis?? do i look that sad??" <strong>Jul. 2, 2012:</strong> <li> "My bfs name is Aaron if we had a girl I would name her Aaricka" <strong>Jun. 2, 2012:</strong> <li> "My eldest son is called Aaron, he was born in 2002 and the name wasn't very popular at that time (we live in the UK) but now it seems you can't go anywhere without hearing it being shouted by some parents somewhere! He loves the name and his middle name of Bryan after his Grandad, my Dad, the only thing that annoys him is the misspelling or mispronunciation of it, one teacher at his school says it wrong all the time and he's been there for nearly 3yrs!! Aaron also loves his little brothers name Jared and he gave him his middle name of Evan as well :-) I love my 2 boys names and believe me and their Dad chose very well with both of them, they suit them perfectly, everyone who hears their names loves them and so far both boys like their names as well, that's a result in my book :-)" <strong>Jan. 9, 2012:</strong> <li> "I had an ex-boyfriend named Aaron, it's definitely a name I'd keep on the list if I ever have a boy. Because I like the name, not the ex-boyfriend." <strong>May. 21, 2011:</strong> <li> "I love the name Aaron,its a beautiful name and naming my unborn Aaron Jacob." <strong>Nov. 27, 2010:</strong> <li> "I am a big fan of Aaron Copland's work, some of his music is inspirational. My son was born a few months after he passed away, I named him Aaron as a tribute to this truly great American composer." <strong>Jun. 19, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron. its a beastly name. everybody loves my name!" <strong>May. 27, 2010:</strong> <li> "I named my precious baby boy Aaron. He was born July 8, 2009. He, sadly, passed away from SIDS on November 11, 2009. He was a sweet, docile, loving baby, and the name Aaron suited him perfectly. I loved that name for him, and I still do. Aaron is a very special name, just like my baby was a very special baby." <strong>Mar. 2, 2010:</strong> <li> "I am going to call my son Aaron. Pronounce Aron. I will call my son (who is due in april 2010) Aaron for the simple fact I am a massive Elvis Presley fan and Aaron was his middle name, however it was spelt Aron on his birth certificate due to his dads spelling. Elvis changed it to Aaron later in life :) x" <strong>Feb. 21, 2010:</strong> <li> "my son will be born on 1-11-10 I hope to name him Aaron. I just don't know if his mother is going to go for it, she has tryed to talk me out of it but she says it's up to me, we'll see." <strong>Jan. 10, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron... and i think Aaron Carter gives the name Aaron a bad rep! who else agrees?" <strong>Jan. 7, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron. At the time I was born it wasn't very popular but in the recent years I've heard it more and more. The only problem was I'd occassionally get people mispronouncing it 'Air-on'. It was always a benefit to have a name that begins with two A's as you'd get to be first in school lists :) It's a different name but not too different. Plus it was Elvis Presley's middle name (my dad was a huge fan) :)" <strong>Dec. 24, 2009:</strong> <li> "I am the third Aaron in my family. If I had a son I would name him Aaron." <strong>Aug. 29, 2009:</strong> <li> "Aaron is my sons name. Ever since we named him we've heard the name constantly though! Everyone asks how its spelled though, aa or rr? We pronounce it Arr-an (I'm Scottish and his dad is English) but some people keep saying Air-on." <strong>Aug. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "my name is aaron and i want to name my son after to me, what should do ?" <strong>Jul. 23, 2009:</strong> <li> "My best friends name is Aaron. he hates it because its so common (and because of the fact that he has the same name as aaron carter..) but i really like it. its definately not an ugly name." <strong>Jun. 30, 2009:</strong> <li> "Our grandson was born on 9the April 2009 at 29 weeks. Weighs 1.2kg and is named Aaron. A messenger from God and as strong as a mountain. Not even a week old and off the ventilater today. Praise God for Aaron" <strong>Apr. 13, 2009:</strong> <li> "my name is aron and im from iceland. i think it is the coolest name ever." <strong>Jan. 3, 2009:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron and i wouldnt change it for any name on the world. My parents named me after Elvis since his middle name is Aaron and my whole dads side is huge Elvis fans." <strong>Nov. 15, 2008:</strong> <li> "my boyfreind name is Aaron i love this name cause its a real man's name:)" <strong>Aug. 21, 2008:</strong> <li> "I changed my name to Aaron and I am quite happy with it." <strong>Jul. 22, 2008:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Aaron. He has only got it spelt wrong a few times. I call him Harry. Hehehee" <strong>Jul. 14, 2008:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron, in Scotland they pronounce it Eerin...so annoying..!! My mum named me after Elvis..his middle name is Aaron, he died a week after I was born." <strong>Jul. 2, 2008:</strong> <li> "I like the name aaron. My brother and boyfriends name is aaron" <strong>Apr. 28, 2008:</strong> <li> "my boyfriends name is aaron and i think it is a cute name for a guy. i like it alot." <strong>Mar. 4, 2008:</strong> <li> "I like this name. It is a nice solid name with biblical significance. It is a nice alternative to Aiden/Aidan which is very popular these days." <strong>Feb. 24, 2008:</strong> <li> "At six years old, I like my name because it's always first on lists. Even though Aaron was popular in the seventies, I still thinks it's common in 2008." <strong>Jan. 6, 2008:</strong> <li> "My first son is named Aaron. He is now 15 years old. I have always loved that name. He also has a younger brother named Adam. We don't know but just a few other Aaron's here in Brazoria County, Texas. Wonderful name!!" <strong>Dec. 13, 2007:</strong> <li> "My friends name is Arran.. Which is a weired spelling.." <strong>Aug. 5, 2007:</strong> <li> "I named my baby boy Aaron when he was born in sept. of 04'. I had been going thru a lot of hard times while I was carrying him and I decided to give him a biblical name that was fitting to our situation. I have read that Aaron means "Mountain", or "Strength". My Aaron was born healthy despite his rough time in the womb and I am proud to have named him so.......he has now became my strength." <strong>Jun. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "I know a little boy named Auron, pronounced "Are-un". It's similar to Aaron, but with a little twist that makes it unique. I really like it!" <strong>Jun. 6, 2007:</strong> <li> "I believe Aaron is a very lovely name though lots of parents name there baby boy's Aaron. I know a boy named Aaron he's very hot Bye Koorine" <strong>May. 24, 2007:</strong> <li> "I believe Aaron is a very lovely name though lots of parents name there baby boy's Aaron. I know a boy named Aaron he's very hot Bye Koorine" <strong>May. 24, 2007:</strong> <li> "i am naming my charecter for a book i am wrting Aaron" <strong>May. 23, 2007:</strong> <li> "Me and my partner are planning to call our son Aaron we like this name very much" <strong>Apr. 24, 2007:</strong> <li> "Thsi name is extremely popular, I know alot of people with this name...." <strong>Apr. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "my names is aaron and i like to blaze it hella hard" <strong>Mar. 20, 2007:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aron, no double a or r. We like it that way." <strong>Feb. 12, 2007:</strong> <li> "If it's been so popular for so long, how come nobody EVER spells my name correctly? It's always Arron, or Aron, or most of the time Erin. GRRRRR!" <strong>Feb. 3, 2007:</strong> <li> "i Like the name aaron because that name is very popular" <strong>Nov. 9, 2006:</strong> <li> "I like this name, but people often pronounce it 'ar-ron' where it should be pronounced 'air-ron'. It sounds so much nicer when pronounced properly!" <strong>Aug. 16, 2006:</strong> <li> "Named my son Aaron. He loves his name as do I. Most people don't realize that Aaron was actually a boy's name before Erin was a girl's name..." <strong>Jul. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "my name is aaron and i know three other aaron's but one is spelt arryn." <strong>Jul. 5, 2006:</strong> <li> "its pureley belter of a name in rachael likes cotton eye joe were ye come from were did ye go" <strong>Jun. 27, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love the name Aaron, it just sounds nice. What bothers me is when people spell it with two r's." <strong>Jun. 5, 2006:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron, ive gotten erin, aron, aarron, arron, aaron, and even eron, but i love it" <strong>Mar. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "My sons name is Aaron so of course I love it. I cannot be shortened which is great. You would be surprised how many Aaron's are out there! I just don't like it when people write it in all caps "AARON" - I like the different Aa's "Aaron"." <strong>Jan. 18, 2006:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aaron, but get very frustrated when people pronounce it Aeron (as in Aeroplane, we prounouce it a hard 'a' sound. United Kingdom." <strong>Jan. 7, 2006:</strong> <li> "some time people spell my name wrong,i like being called Aaron, i have blue eyes and blond hair,age 6" <strong>Dec. 15, 2005:</strong> <li> "People often spell my name rong because they do not now if it has two A's or one." <strong>Feb. 11, 2021:</strong> <li> "I am Aaron and very happt with my name i want to be a real Aaron" <strong>Oct. 2, 2019:</strong> <li> "I have a crush of mine and his name is Aaron. I think it's cute for him. Sometimes, we don't hear that name enough, but for all those people who are hoping to name children Aaron, you go girls! I think it's perfect for my crush." <strong>Mar. 13, 2017:</strong> <li> "my name is Aaron & i was named after Elvis Aaron Presley. my middle name is Blaze & my last Clark my initials are ABC & sometimes people call me Aaron Carter by mistake, partially because of another kid in my grade whos name is Anthony Carter." <strong>May. 8, 2012:</strong> <li> "It's like you're on a miossin to save me time and money!" <strong>Jul. 23, 2011:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aaron. The biblical significance and implication of strength is what drew me to it. I believe what you confess over a person tends to stick with them. Names without meaning are useless to that extent. Sadly enough, people do confuse Aaron with "Edwin" and "Eric". Edwin? Really? Not my choice of names." <strong>Dec. 1, 2010:</strong> <li> "my brothers real name is David but we call him Aaron because my dad is named david" <strong>Feb. 19, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron and I live in Idaho. I say my name like: Air-on, but when I lived in Texas they would always say Aye-ron because of the two As." <strong>Dec. 6, 2009:</strong> <li> "My baby boy is called Arron I prefered this spelling and I find if the name is Aaron people tend to pronounce it 'air-on'" <strong>Sep. 1, 2009:</strong> <li> "Its a great name, provided you don't live in the US South. People are always butchering it. Saying it like Aren with the first A having a hard vowel sound like the word atheist. It sounds terrible I'm constantly telling people how to actually pronounce my name, I get sick of hearing. But its got two Aas in it." <strong>Aug. 28, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aaron- I named him after a character in a book. He was named in 1977 when it was still somewhat unique...his wife is Amy, and they have a son Asa and a daughter Aurora." <strong>Jul. 11, 2009:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron. I didn't like it so much as a kid mainly because there weren't any others. I grew to like it more. The misspellings can get annoying." <strong>Mar. 11, 2009:</strong> <li> "A very strong significant Bible name. It is a very cute name for a boy and a very handsome name for a man. I named my son Aaron Elijah Lewis. His name really suits him." <strong>Jan. 13, 2009:</strong> <li> "im called aaron and live in england, uk---i felt very unique at school as only person with this fab name, its amazing how many ways people try to spell it! ie arran,aron,arron,aran,aeron,aran,and many more! i love being different and guess my name matches my personality very well." <strong>Dec. 6, 2008:</strong> <li> "My name is aaron which i love. also it makes me laugh every time someone attempts to spell it because most people don't get the concept of Twin "A"s together. So when someone spells my name wrong i gives me the chance to "enlighten" them with how its spelled." <strong>Sep. 25, 2008:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron. It could be a little more unique, but it gets the job done. People spell it Aron or Arron a lot, and sometimes if people are real dumb they will spell it Erin. People should know that's a girls name." <strong>Apr. 3, 2008:</strong> <li> "this is my nephews name, it really suits him. It wouldnt be my first choice, but its a good solid name and i cant think of any awful nicknames." <strong>Oct. 14, 2007:</strong> <li> "my boyfriend's name is aaron and i like his name its ordinary yet not common simple and cool.... i love the name aaron, just like i like my aaron" <strong>Jan. 29, 2007:</strong> <li> "i dont see why people confuse erin and aaron its not the same name to me at all they are completely different" <strong>Jan. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "I like it much better for a boy than for a girl. Aaron was a great man in the bible who assisted his brother Moses in speaking to the Israelites." <strong>Dec. 21, 2006:</strong> <li> "hi my name is Aaron alot of people spell it wrong. they spell Aron, Arian,or Earn" <strong>Oct. 28, 2006:</strong> <li> "my name is Aaron. people misspell it " erin", " ernie". "eric" etc" <strong>Sep. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "my name is aaron people call me erin and it gets on my last nerve, i wish i could change it to gage" <strong>Aug. 2, 2006:</strong> <li> "My husband's name is Aaron. Nice enough name. Easy enough to spell, right? Wrong. The poor guy gets "Erin" "Aron" and "Arron" more often than not. Another bad thing this day and age about the name Aaron is the double As. You are at the top of everyone's phone list. So people who forget to lock their cell phone keys always seem to accidently bump their phone around and call us LOL Anyway, great name. Simple name. Ironically confusing." <strong>Jul. 12, 2006:</strong> <li> "I LOVE THE NAME AARON, BUT PEOPLE ALWAYS CALL MY SON A-RON" <strong>Jul. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "People often spell it wrong and will sometimes call me by familliar names like Adam or Eric" <strong>Apr. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "I am male and people frequently spell this name by the incorrect female spelling: Erin." <strong>Mar. 27, 2006:</strong> <li> ""Arron" is not incorrect.... it makes more sense than two A's." <strong>Mar. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "hi im Aaron Moore and i think that i should have been named Abner." <strong>Feb. 17, 2006:</strong> <li> "I've known many people named Aaron/ Erin but not closley enough for it to be a name i would over look when choosing a name for a child. But there are a few problems, this is the Hebrew Aaron not the Irish Erin which is a very feminin name and i do have concerns that the two completely diffrent names (because they are both names with strong culture behind them) are basically pronounced the same it is a bit anoying in theory and since i dont like Erin for a girl it is a bit irritatingto think unless its read someone might confuse him for a girl or be unsure... but i do like it and may use it anyway aside from the confusion it could bring it is a strong name without nickname possibilities and its only slightly common. I really love Biblical names and their meanings as well." <strong>Feb. 8, 2006:</strong> <li> "i love this name more than anything. but people do spell it wrong, like aron or arron. but its honestly a very beautiful name." <strong>Nov. 29, 2005:</strong> <li> "I'm my name and for some reason everybody wants to spell it like the feminine version "Erin". It's biblical, people, look it up!" <strong>Nov. 23, 2005:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 537,715 boys in the United States have been named Aaron since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1989, when 15,303 people in the U.S. were given the name Aaron. Those people are now 32 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
42021-11-28 22:24:49Aarush2010226Aboy?1<li> "THESE days:Alexander, AlexandriaAnnaAnthony, Antonia (she would be My Antonia)AliciaAdamAaronPlease if you want your child to be unusual and uuqnie, let their personalities be unusual and uuqnie, not their names. I can understand not wanting to have 4 Anthony's in the same class, but there are plenty of strong under-used names that will not have your child feeling self-conscious. Was this answer helpful?" <strong>Jul. 13, 2012:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 226 boys in the United States have been named Aarush since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2010, when 226 people in the U.S. were given the name Aarush. Those people are now 10 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
52021-11-28 22:24:52Ab18856Aboy?1<li> "My name is AB when people ask my name they get a funny look and i have to explain its liek the alphabet abc. I like its uniqeness" <strong>Dec. 13, 2009:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 25 boys in the United States have been named Ab since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1885, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Ab. Those people are now 135 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
62021-11-28 22:25:05Abb18906Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 16 boys in the United States have been named Abb since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1890, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Abb. Those people are now 130 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
72021-11-28 22:25:09Abbie18875Aboy50%121<li> "We call our little boy Abby, short for Abraxas. We also call him Abs. He is a very calm, cuddly, sweet baby. He is not a year old but he suits his name fine. It is unique in these here parts!" <strong>Jun. 5, 2009:</strong> <li> "Guys are weird that way, mine ran everytime I took the book out. I ended up mainkg a list of about 20 names that I liked and I gave it to him. He was forced to pick which ones were his favorite. Needless to say, he actually went through the list and had comments about every single one! Just an idea. Was this answer helpful?" <strong>Dec. 29, 2012:</strong> <li> "Fee, I am in love with your website! You are a true dosemtic and garden goddess, and I am very jealous!Found this via your facebook link about Jon's One Star bread. I will not be telling Matt, as he will want to know why I cannot cook like a Fee Kempton!Loving the photos of Abbie too. So grown up to be starting school where has the time gone? Do come and visit us would love to see you all. Joseph is walking now, and is a whirling dervish and loves visitors (new people to show off in front of just like his Dad!). We'd love to have you .Love Kat xx" <strong>Dec. 26, 2012:</strong> <li> "This is my favourite ever name for a girl (I prefer it spelled Abby or Abbi though) but for a boy? No way! This is a girls name, not a boy's name...it's like calling a boy Lucy!" <strong>Dec. 8, 2014:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 2 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 10 boys in the United States have been named Abbie since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1891, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Abbie. Those people are now 129 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
82021-11-28 22:25:19Abbott18886Aboy100%11<li> "I have a baby girl named Abbott and everyone loves it. It's a pretty rare name and I agree its alot better than Angeline or Anita." <strong>Apr. 22, 2010:</strong> <li> "OOPSIE... I thought this was also a girl name and decided, as a good friend,to help my friend,who is in a dire coma,to fill in her daughter's birth application form since her boyfriend had so-called "abandon" her and her mom was mentally challenged. A list of names were given but i thought Abbott sounded impeccable for a girl instead of those typical ones like Anne, Anna, Angeline,Anita,Adeline...etc. UMM DOESNT IT? or, am I nuts to say that?! O Whatever is it. What am i suppose to do now?! Supposedly she wake up from her coma and knew that her girl had a boy name... the outcome would definetely be undesirable. Help me!" <strong>Sep. 8, 2009:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 11 boys in the United States have been named Abbott since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1888, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Abbott. Those people are now 132 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
92021-11-28 22:25:30Abdiel2011275Aboy?3<li> "As far As I know I haven't meet anyone older than me I'm from 1969" <strong>Nov. 6, 2013:</strong> <li> "WELCOME TO BESTCHICAGOBANKRUPTCYATTORNEY.COMFinancial issues are stmeoimes so frustrating that it can have negative effects on one?s life as well as lives of the family members. In America there are many people who might have gone through such trouble due to recession. Financial problems would be due to many reasons and some of them being marital issues, death, job problems and speculative businesses. Chicago is a large city and many people staying here have faced some turbulent times in financial aspect. The problem of recession has actually distressed many people. The piling up of debts and crunch in financial aspects would be a big issue but the best part is, there are some legal options that can protect you. You should seek help of Chicago bankruptcy attorney and this will be a good decision.You have a legal right to file for bankruptcy when you genuinely need some protection from the creditors. A Chicago bankruptcy lawyer should help you in seeking such debt relief options. But this would be the solution only when other doors have closed. You will require legal advice from such an experienced lawyer who has enough expertise on this particular subject. You should know that a bankruptcy lawyer Chicago would mostly give you free debt relief advice. This is something really good as one is getting second chance to set up the ruined finances once again.A bankruptcy attorney Chicago should give you some important piece of advice on this subject and as well as on the other options that may be available to give you relief from the debt issues and debt piling up. But if bankruptcy is the only viable and practical solution then it is vital to note that even after bankruptcy you can get a chance to revive once again. This kind of guidance can be availed from bankruptcy attorneys in Chicago.You need to search for good and experienced lawyers and then only you can get cent percent relief from the problem. There would be many lawyers in Chicago and you should search for someone near your locality who is expert enough to guide you. You should tell everything quite frankly to the lawyer and then he would be in the condition to give you the apt guidance. The fee that is charged is quite nominal and this is something worth for the solution that you would get. Search for a good layer today itself to stay completely tension free." <strong>Jun. 17, 2013:</strong> <li> "if they don't have any info on this name, why put it on the site??" <strong>Jun. 21, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 1,214 boys in the United States have been named Abdiel since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2011, when 275 people in the U.S. were given the name Abdiel. Those people are now 9 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
102021-11-28 22:25:34Abdul1976157Aboy75%331<li> "my sons father name, he didnt like it so we called him Byrd.. BUt i loved to call him that and the way it made him seem extra masculine.....Sons name will be Mekhi Abdul" <strong>Apr. 21, 2008:</strong> <li> "Very common name in the United States. Also many African-Americans rename themselves with this name." <strong>Jun. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "my boyfriend is called abdul and we know quiet a few people called that and many people spell it wrong" <strong>Oct. 15, 2006:</strong> <li> "Thanks for contirbtunig. It's helped me understand the issues." <strong>Dec. 15, 2011:</strong> <li> "I might be baeintg a dead horse, but thank you for posting this!" <strong>Dec. 14, 2011:</strong> <li> "it is a wery wery wery profound names i am much adore of thy names" <strong>Oct. 8, 2010:</strong> <li> "The name "abdul" gives me a sense of fear and provokes thoughts of the antichrist." <strong>Jan. 9, 2020:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 3 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 2,617 boys in the United States have been named Abdul since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1976, when 157 people in the U.S. were given the name Abdul. Those people are now 44 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
112021-11-26 21:21:44Abdullah2012303Aboy
212021-11-28 22:25:47Abdullah2012303Aboy100%13<li> "its a great name. it means "slave of God" or "servent of God". I love this name, i wish i had been named Abdullah..." <strong>Feb. 15, 2006:</strong> <li> "I raelly wish there were more articles like this on the web." <strong>Jul. 22, 2011:</strong> <li> "Hi,Good Day My name is Miss.Jenna I saw your profile today at and was moved and become interested in you, I will like you to send me an email to my address ([email protected]) so that i can give you my pictures for you to know whom i am. I believed we can move from here? Remember colour distance does not matter but LOVE matters allot in life). Reply me back with my email address([email protected]) hope to hear from you soon yours Miss Jenna" <strong>Apr. 10, 2011:</strong> <li> "My name is Abdula. . . and I love it because I'm the only one I know that spells it the way I do. Still written the same way in arabic. People usually spell my name wrong but in the correct way as in Abdullah instead of Abdula. I basically love my name. . . it is very unique :)" <strong>May. 7, 2008:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 3,422 boys in the United States have been named Abdullah since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 303 people in the U.S. were given the name Abdullah. Those people are now 8 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
222021-11-26 21:26:21Abe1917280Aboy
232021-11-28 22:26:28Abel20121,931Aboy90%1872<li> "My fiance and I just confirmed were expecting even after several NEGATIVE pregnancy tests early on, I was just convinced I was pregnant and am just as certain it is a boy. I literally ONLY threw out ONE name, "Abel" and there was absolutely no discussion past that needed. This is such a fantastic, strong, and under used name. I cannot wait to use it, and we have e chosen Michael as the middle name as that is my fiance's middle and my brother whom essentially raised me's first name. Overjoyed and honestly more than proud to say "Abel," when anyone asks potential names. Most people say that they really like it and wouldn't have thought of it to use." <strong>Jul. 16, 2016:</strong> <li> "We named our son Abel, after his grandfather Abelardo. We love the name, though I've noticed on this forum people are confused about the Hebrew translation to breath... It is not really meant like your "breath" but more like nothingness or ephemeral... Not really a very positive meaning, but that has no bearing on why we chose the name. We like that it's a unique and strong name for a boy" <strong>Apr. 22, 2015:</strong> <li> "I like it because people remember my name easily, but sometimes hasn't work in my favor. I rarely meet other people with my name, so I have never had a friend with my name.I've met Hispanic people, African, and American with these name. Other people commenting on "foreigners" not pronouncing it right, it is because that is how they might pronounce it in their language. Most cultures that are predominately christian/catholic know the name even thought is not popularly used. The worst thing is like the other commenter said people generally think they are hilarious when they ask you if you have a brother named Cain, but they are mostly old people not my age or younger, thankfully. The misspelling doesn't bother me because in English is very similar to pronouncing able, so it is understandable, and to be honest, how much can you possibly misspell a named made up of 4 letters. I actually wish it was more popular because I hate being always the only one in groups something other people seem to want to avoid." <strong>Mar. 7, 2015:</strong> <li> "My best friend abl yes not able he was my beat friend but had to move so now I miss him very very very much so now the name abl is very special to me and my heart so I love the name abl" <strong>Nov. 1, 2014:</strong> <li> "My son is named Abel he was born in October 2012. In response to the comment on the first murderer in history... get your facts straight it was Cain that killed Abel not the other way around!!! Abel is a precious name but me and my husband gave him the first name of Christopher so when he gets older and thinks Abel is too babyish he can use first name instead of his middle name we call him." <strong>May. 20, 2014:</strong> <li> "My boyfriend likes this name, I have 3 other kids and all their names start with A, so I guess I like it. Not as unique as I wanted to be. Then again I dont know any Abel." <strong>May. 8, 2014:</strong> <li> "I have named my first born son Abel. To me, it's very under used as I've never met someone with the name Abel, but it still is familiar. Other than the obvious biblical association, the main reason I named my son this is so he has a name with a positive connotation. He can say things like "my name is Abel, and I'm able to accomplish the task" or, "my name is Abel, and I'm very capable". That's my reasoning. I'm sure he'll get some teasing but really, any name you name your child, some other child will figure out a way to make fun of it, it's just the way it is. Hope this helps!" <strong>Oct. 21, 2013:</strong> <li> "Abel i love the name my partner said about naming our unborn child it and we are both so happy with it dont know anyone else with the name" <strong>Jun. 23, 2011:</strong> <li> "i have a little boy called malachi and im thinking of nameing my next little boy thats due abel. because im trying to find a name thats differnt and unique but not too strange!" <strong>Mar. 1, 2010:</strong> <li> "i have a friend who has the name Abel i totally love it and i wish to date him one day actually" <strong>Feb. 24, 2010:</strong> <li> "I love this name. My son's name is Abel Ellingsen _______, my father's name is Abel Ellingsen _______, my grandfather's name is Abel Magnus_________ and I think his father's name was Abel as well. I also have a a lot of cousins and nephew's with the name of Abel for a first or middle name. Another popular name in our family is Finn." <strong>Oct. 17, 2009:</strong> <li> "I named my son Abel. He was born 12 weeks early. He needed a strong breath, and Abel means breath... It worked, he is growing well and very healthy. I believe it is a strong name. It is unique without being 'strange'. I don't have a problem with people pronouncing it wrong... just spelling it wrong (able)." <strong>Jun. 30, 2009:</strong> <li> "Its my name, and i think its great. And may 12 person, caine and abel just dont mix." <strong>Jun. 12, 2009:</strong> <li> "I hope to name my first son this, as it goes with his father's name, caine....." <strong>May. 12, 2009:</strong> <li> "it is the best name i ever know, even it is not my name." <strong>Dec. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "it is the best name i ever know, even it is not my name." <strong>Dec. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "" I had a twin brother called Abel. He was named after my grandpa on my Mom's side. He was French and it was pronounced " Ah -bell.." or A-bell. My brother didn't mind. I've never met another person with the name. I guess it is still a unique name." <strong>Nov. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Abelino, pronounced Ahh-bell-eee-no. It is spanish for Abel, from the bible. It is his great-grandfather's name, and we love it! It is different, and people of other cultures have problems pronouncing it. O-well, at least it is not often heard." <strong>Jan. 27, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Abel because he is our second son (like in the Bible)yes it is often misspelled but I love it! Hope he always will too." <strong>Jul. 13, 2021:</strong> <li> "It is my husband's name, his father's name too, I have a cowowrker named Abel, and one of my good friends from Texas got married to an Abel too:)" <strong>Jul. 14, 2016:</strong> <li> "I HATE D NAME.VERY MUSH COZ IT CONTRO ME I WANT 2 CHANCE IT BUT IT WAS IMPOSIABLE" <strong>Sep. 7, 2014:</strong> <li> "I love the name my son's name is Abel Nathaniel and Abel means breath Nathaniel means given by god so togeather he is breath given by god. Love love love the name." <strong>Sep. 11, 2012:</strong> <li> "Iam planning to put this name for my baby, i like it and i dont know how it strike my mind from my first trimester onwards..." <strong>Jan. 27, 2011:</strong> <li> "I accidentally reported the comment made on May 13th as inappropriate - sorry - it isn't!" <strong>Nov. 9, 2009:</strong> <li> "My name is Abel, and I've never met another. People spell it wrong constantly (even relatives), and pronounce it wrong fairly often as well. If I had a nickel for every time I've been asked if I had a brother named Cain I'd be a wealthy man (and if I had another nickel for every time the inquirer thought this was a very original piece of wit I'd be twice as rich). My last name is "Winn," so you can guess how often my name was punned on growing up. Yes, bearing the name Abel is a trial, but it's been worth it. I enjoy having a unique name, and I'm easy to find in a google search." <strong>Aug. 2, 2005:</strong> <li> "My name is Abel and I hate it. Whenever I introduce myself people say "what?", but it doesn't happen when I use any other name." <strong>May. 13, 2008:</strong> <li> "don't like kaine (that's how i'd spell it) either!!!" <strong>Feb. 27, 2006:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 7 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 36,268 boys in the United States have been named Abel since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 1,931 people in the U.S. were given the name Abel. Those people are now 9 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
242021-11-28 22:26:34Abelardo197268Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 68 boys in the United States have been named Abelardo since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1972, when 68 people in the U.S. were given the name Abelardo. Those people are now 48 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
252021-11-28 22:26:41Abie18895Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Abie since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1889, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Abie. Those people are now 131 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
262021-11-28 22:26:46Abner191594Aboy100%74<li> "GREAT NAME MAKES ME THINK OF THE CARTOON 'LIL' ABNER" <strong>Jul. 4, 2018:</strong> <li> "My name is Abner Cowherd. I'm the only one in the world. No mistake who people are talking about when my name is spoken. I always get my name for any email address. Hope I have lived up to the title " father of light". I try to have a bright outlook.lol" <strong>Feb. 23, 2017:</strong> <li> "abner is my son's name. he was born in 2010. i like the meaning of name " father of light". i will be proud of him!" <strong>Sep. 17, 2010:</strong> <li> "I love my name "abner" so much i am considering Abner Jr. for my child, my wife so far is not on board, but i will get her to come around. And i met another Abner for the first time in London in 2004. It was a very cool experience." <strong>Jun. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "hahah im a abner...i just ruined your goal..my name is awesome i love it ...its exotic" <strong>Apr. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "Well Abner, i love the name too, although it does bring up old fashioned feeling to it, i dont see it as nerdy at all....maybe academic, but not nerdy. A nerd name to me would be somthing like Ross...and the like.." <strong>Nov. 27, 2005:</strong> <li> "My name is Abner. It is never spelled nor pronounced incorrectly. I have NEVER met another Abner (A goal that I hope to one day achieve). Very briefly, I think the name Abner is an excellent choice yet risky and one which takes patience to love. As a child I hated my name but I grew into it and also appreciate it and love it. I always get "I have never me another Abner before". It's original and people remember you. I also feel that I don't look or act like an "Abner" (I know, what does that mean?). People do have conceptions of what an "Abner" will be like. Fortunately, I don't fit the clich? of a "nerd" or "red-neck" or old-fashioned" or any of the words that i have heard used to describe my name. Another name that seems to generate the same sentiment is Poindexter. I like being juxtaposed to my name. Instead of being another Josh, Zach or Matt, I am Abner  an individual." <strong>Aug. 18, 2005:</strong> <li> "My full name is Abner Arries nd i live in South Africa.People normally spell my name wrong.The town i stay in is Cape Town and of what i know im the only person with the name Abner.I think i have a great name and im quite happy with my name." <strong>Jan. 31, 2007:</strong> <li> "My grandson's name is Abner.This is really a novel name to us. I hope there may not be any other Abners in Kerala. With this unique name my grandson will always be noted. My grandson is ,of course ,the LIGHT OF OUR FAMILY now. May God bless him." <strong>Nov. 30, 2006:</strong> <li> "Abner is the name given to my elder son's baby boy born on 21st November 2006 in USA. This name is selected by my younger son . He explained to us the meaning and origin of this name . since it is a meaningful name we all liked it.liked it." <strong>Nov. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "It's ok but i would not want my kid to have the name Abner. But other then that it's ok" <strong>Mar. 9, 2006:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 2,336 boys in the United States have been named Abner since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1915, when 94 people in the U.S. were given the name Abner. Those people are now 105 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
272021-11-28 22:26:49Abraham20062,151Aboy100%89<li> "Abraham is a really mean person but he makes someone else happy and makes the ship of "Mabraham" To be honest he's a literal rat and super mean but like he's so nice to that other person so yeah" <strong>Jun. 10, 2017:</strong> <li> "We're going to call our son abraham, but will be pronouncing it ab-ra-ham (instead of ay-bra-ham) since that's the French pronounciation. I think it's a great name. Not sure about a nick name, though." <strong>Aug. 11, 2013:</strong> <li> "I have an Abraham and I love his name. It is strong and is an easy nickname for the family who likes nicknames. I was nervous people would sing "father Abraham, had many sons, many sons have father Abraham" but only the first week from my brother and no more." <strong>Feb. 12, 2009:</strong> <li> "I love this name. I would have given it to a son, but alas. So I gave it to my dog. He was usually called Abe. It's not a name anyone would tease you about except to call you Honest Abe." <strong>Jan. 20, 2008:</strong> <li> "I've rarely had anyone mis-spell or mis-pronounce Abraham, but Abe is often pronounced Ah-Bee by non-native English speakers. It's a great name because it's unique, but the stats here show a steady rise in it's use, so that may be changing." <strong>Jan. 10, 2008:</strong> <li> "my brothers name is abraham but we say it differentlly, since we are hispanic" <strong>Aug. 25, 2007:</strong> <li> "Abraham is VERY old-fashioned, but it has a certain appeal to it. I wouldn't shorten it to 'Abe', though, that sounds too much like 'Ape'!" <strong>Mar. 9, 2007:</strong> <li> "my son's name is abraham and it suits him perfectly. it is actually a really cute name for a baby. people often identify it as a bible name, which is ok because that is part of why we chose it." <strong>Aug. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "WELL MY NAME IS ABRAHAM AND I LIKE IT VERY MUCH CAUSE IS NOT A COMMON NAME AND NO EVERYBODY HAS THE LUCK TO BE NAMED ABRAHAM " THE FATHER OF MANY "" <strong>Apr. 26, 2020:</strong> <li> "My name is Abraham, often people call me adam if they don't know me, I don't know why, some call me abe, but since it was my grandpa's nickname so that the two of us would not get confused. He's dead now so I don't want to be called Abe =D" <strong>Jul. 16, 2009:</strong> <li> "My name is Abraham and people misspell it all the time. I've seen different variations, ranging from Abruham to Aberham. It's kind of sad actually. I still love my name though because I don't know too many other Abraham's. People always call me president though which I take as a compliment. Finally, people call me Abe, Abey, Abey Baby (coined by my kindergarten teacher). It's a really great name and I am glad that I have it." <strong>Feb. 5, 2009:</strong> <li> "Its been ok but just some people spell and prenounce wrong and white chicks actualy like my name." <strong>Jan. 28, 2008:</strong> <li> "there was this time that I meet this boy named Abraham" <strong>Jan. 7, 2008:</strong> <li> "This is my friends name, and almost everyone calls him Abe!! i think it is a good name, and check out the chart ...it is becoming more popular!! :)" <strong>Nov. 12, 2007:</strong> <li> "people normaly spells it wrong like in Abram. and girls dont like it when i say my name is abraham its a turn off. thats y i dont like my own name." <strong>Oct. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "people normaly spells it wrong like in Abram. and girls dont like it when i say my name is abraham its a turn off. thats y i dont like my own name." <strong>Oct. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "people normaly spells it wrong like in Abram. and girls dont like it when i say my name is abraham its a turn off. thats y i dont like my own name." <strong>Oct. 7, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 76,290 boys in the United States have been named Abraham since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2006, when 2,151 people in the U.S. were given the name Abraham. Those people are now 14 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
282021-11-28 22:27:09Abram2012751Aboy100%52<li> "My son who was born 2018 is named Abram. We liked it better then Abraham. We have an older son named Lincoln. We thought it was cute to have an Abe and Lincoln and my name is Nancy. ( Abram Lincolns mother was Nancy) we also happen to live to Lincoln boyhood state park. So just seemed fitting" <strong>Nov. 11, 2020:</strong> <li> "People like to point Out the fact that Often times, acrostics are not Possible to read." <strong>Dec. 10, 2010:</strong> <li> "We named our second son Abram, he is now 5 months old. We preferred Abram to Abraham. He does get called Abe for short." <strong>Oct. 18, 2010:</strong> <li> "Love it! We are due in July and if this little one is a boy we are considering naming him Abram." <strong>Dec. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "someday i might use it, it has an old world tone and is becoming more uncommon." <strong>May. 28, 2005:</strong> <li> "We should have just named him Abraham because many people tend to call him that. Others call him Abe for short. Over all I really am glad we named our son Abram. We haven't met others with the name Abram or the name Abraham. So far there have been no mispelling or mispronounication either. We are glad we picked a name that is not so common. It's a short name with a lot of power and history. It's a bibical name meaning "Friend of God" or "Faithful One" this is one of the reasons why we picked it." <strong>Apr. 6, 2008:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Abram. He likes to be called Abe." <strong>Mar. 25, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 10,597 boys in the United States have been named Abram since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 751 people in the U.S. were given the name Abram. Those people are now 8 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
292021-11-28 22:27:14Ace2012494Aboy100%44<li> "My 5 year old son name is ace,and everywhere we go people to say how nice his name is lol" <strong>Jul. 9, 2013:</strong> <li> "This is a really cool name for a boy. Wanna talk about a lady killer?...A kid named "Ace" definitely would be." <strong>Nov. 4, 2008:</strong> <li> "one of my favorite rockers is named Ace. i think it would be cool for a little boys name. sounds like a rockers name." <strong>Jun. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "one of my favorite rockers is named Ace. i think it would be cool for a little boys name. sounds like a rockers name." <strong>Jun. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "Ace is sexy, Im naming my boy that, and making him get a tattoo of the Ace card on his shoulder with a snake wrapped around it! yeahh..." <strong>Jan. 23, 2011:</strong> <li> "This is my sons name and I love it!! Its uncommon and cool." <strong>Dec. 29, 2010:</strong> <li> "Ace, is my name... "Ace" dos't that just roll off your mouth?" <strong>Jul. 11, 2010:</strong> <li> "my favorite rockers name. really cute for a boys names." <strong>Jun. 18, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 2,674 boys in the United States have been named Ace since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 494 people in the U.S. were given the name Ace. Those people are now 8 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
302021-11-28 22:27:24Acey18865Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Acey since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1886, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Acey. Those people are now 134 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
312021-11-28 22:27:35Acie191117Aboy?1<li> "My father in-law is named Acie. His birthplace is in OK USA, his grandmother was full blood Choctaw Indian. His life was 1916-1995. His sister, Iva jo's family tree is spelled "Acy". Pronounced A-C-EE. from Esther" <strong>Aug. 24, 2008:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 108 boys in the United States have been named Acie since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1911, when 17 people in the U.S. were given the name Acie. Those people are now 109 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
322021-11-28 22:27:46Acy18966Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 6 boys in the United States have been named Acy since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1896, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Acy. Those people are now 124 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
332021-11-28 22:27:54Ada189710Aboy?1<li> "Some boys of recent times named Adam or Oliver are so called because of having great-aunts of whomever named Ada or Olive. Adam and Oliver are the "boy" names of today (a decade or two ago, however, Oliver would have been viewed more as a "grandpa" name), and although Ada and Olive are generally seen as "grandma" names at the moment, both names are being used for young girls once again while they are still relatively unpopular. If ever I came across a man named Ada instead of Adam (Ada without the "m"), I'd go "Well, wouldn't you Adam and Eve it?"." <strong>May. 17, 2008:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 69 boys in the United States have been named Ada since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1897, when 10 people in the U.S. were given the name Ada. Those people are now 123 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
342021-11-28 22:28:03Adalberto198195Aboy100%11<li> "it is my name!! Defenitely, people always pronouce it and write it wrong. To pronounce it you need to follow the spanish sounding of each letter. At first I was uncomfortable with it but, it grew on me and I thank God that I have it. It is not a very common name and it thus make a very unique person.." <strong>Feb. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "This is my baby boy's name. Adalberto Abner Nova 3rd. I love this name! It's also my cousin's name." <strong>May. 16, 2006:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 95 boys in the United States have been named Adalberto since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1981, when 95 people in the U.S. were given the name Adalberto. Those people are now 39 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
352021-11-28 22:28:11Adam198423,906Aboy91%49205<li> "I?m naming my baby boy Adam it?s a beautiful name his real name will be Adam Jax when he gets here it?s a beautiful name and has a good meaning to it" <strong>Apr. 17, 2020:</strong> <li> "I LOVE the name Adam it?s beautiful and it?s perfect for a little baby boy I know a couple of boys named Adam" <strong>Jul. 12, 2019:</strong> <li> "Adam is the finest boy's name in the English language. Period." <strong>Dec. 18, 2017:</strong> <li> "My sons name is Adam. I love it. The first of Gods messengers and Jesus is also called the second Adam xxxxx He's 19 now and 4 friends are called Adam." <strong>Sep. 8, 2016:</strong> <li> "My name is Adam, and one thing that I've noticed is that there aren't very many Adams in my area (South AL.). Another thing is that when I hear it pronounced by others it always sounds weird to my ears. Not sure why exactly." <strong>Oct. 19, 2015:</strong> <li> "My husband's name is Adam, so I guess that I'm a little prejudiced. :) However, I've always liked this name even before I met my husband. Very solid and grounded name." <strong>Apr. 27, 2015:</strong> <li> "I am naming my first boy Adam. He is due in 7 weeks. It's a great name!" <strong>Aug. 29, 2014:</strong> <li> "My name is Adam. I wouldn't trade it for any other name in the world. I love to hear my name, spell my name, write my name. If I ever have a son his name will be ADAM!" <strong>Feb. 12, 2011:</strong> <li> "Adam has to be the sexiest name i have ever encounterd" <strong>Nov. 19, 2010:</strong> <li> "My friend sat next to me at the moment is called adam :) we are in science, we think adam is a cool name :D BYEEEE xxxx" <strong>May. 26, 2010:</strong> <li> "This is my son's name, he is one. I love it and so does everyone else. It fits him perfectly." <strong>Apr. 12, 2010:</strong> <li> "It is a nice name with lots of nice meanings to it. I love biblical names in general." <strong>Feb. 25, 2010:</strong> <li> "Named my son (born 12.26) Adam - my husband and I went back and forth with names but I knew that was going to be his name since the first minute I saw him - he was born just perfect so it was clear to me that this was a creation of God." <strong>Oct. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "I love that "Adam," gets a thumbs up from every poster so far! I had a crush on an Adam in Kindergarten. He moved away, but I've always loved the name. I named my son Adam, it's just always stuck. I love that I named him "Adam" an incredible name, for an incredible person. Such an Adam he is! I love this name. So strong, so intriguing.. but also, so friendly!.. Hmmmmmm." <strong>Sep. 19, 2009:</strong> <li> "Adam is the name of the world's next great rock legend, Adam Lambert. Therefore, it is the most EPIC of names. Rock on." <strong>Aug. 4, 2009:</strong> <li> "It's my name as well. I love it. Girls love it. And it takes a STRONG woman to name her boy that." <strong>Nov. 7, 2008:</strong> <li> "My baby brother's name is Adam. He is very smart, funny and handsome. The name Adam fits him very well." <strong>Oct. 31, 2008:</strong> <li> "Love it, sounds like it would be a nice, handsome guy...also strong :)" <strong>Sep. 29, 2008:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Adam, he is very handsome, and smart. He is a baby, and it is easy for him to know his name. It isn't too common." <strong>Sep. 22, 2008:</strong> <li> "I am naming my baby Adam when he arrives in January, 2009. It is a strong, sexy name (and I have loved Adam Ant since I was 10). Can't top it." <strong>Sep. 10, 2008:</strong> <li> "I will be having my first baby boy in a couple of weeks or so. We have decided to call him Adam because it's unique and I think my son will grow up thanking me for giving him such a name. For a man's ego, being the called Adam: God's first man on earth is quite satisfying :)" <strong>Sep. 2, 2008:</strong> <li> "My name is Adam. I am 27 yrs old and never been made fun of my name all my life only some people will say where's eve? Haha. I've had lots of girlfriends and they love the name adam. I'm currently a married man with 4 kids. Yeah those were the good times. Adam is a name which your kid won't regret." <strong>Jun. 14, 2008:</strong> <li> "This is my son's name,i totally love the name Adam, a strong handsome name." <strong>Apr. 17, 2008:</strong> <li> "We named our son Adam in 1984, which I hadn't heard much at the time. When he started kindergarten, there were 3 other Adams in his class! They ended up being called Adam E, Adam K, Adam M and Adam J." <strong>Apr. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "I named my new baby Adam . I love the name. I always picture Adam's as cute, kinda quiet and very sweet people. I also like it cause its not super common." <strong>Mar. 23, 2008:</strong> <li> "My husband is named Adam and I think it is a really nice strong name. It is common but not too popular. I also think it will not fall prey to being used as a girls' name anytime soon." <strong>Feb. 5, 2008:</strong> <li> "In 2003 we named our son Adam. I thought it was a nice name that wasn't trendy or annoying." <strong>Jan. 2, 2008:</strong> <li> "It's my name, so I'm always biased. I like that it isn't too popular." <strong>Dec. 23, 2007:</strong> <li> "My youngest son is named Adam. It is such a beautiful name. We don't know any other Adam's here in Brazoria County, Texas. It's just a great name." <strong>Dec. 13, 2007:</strong> <li> "Excellent name...noble, distinguished yet friendly. Almost every Adam I know is worth knowing." <strong>Dec. 13, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son is called Adam. I think it is suitable for all age groups" <strong>Oct. 31, 2007:</strong> <li> "While Adam might be an all time hit, it has always been unique enough to warrant being the only Adam in the school/work etc. I didn't think it was that common growing up. (b1967) But I do get called Andy/Alan a third of the time." <strong>Oct. 9, 2007:</strong> <li> "I'm called Adam. I love my name and I like its meaning." <strong>Sep. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "Nobody ever gets my name wrong. I never get asked how to spell t." <strong>Aug. 15, 2007:</strong> <li> "My name is Adam. Great name. Great meaning. However, people always accidently call me "Andy"(???)" <strong>Jul. 24, 2007:</strong> <li> "i am a 44 year old male ,i never liked my name growing up, it was very uncommon in the 1960's i went all thru school and i was the only adam.kids used to call me adam ant ,adam 12 ,atom bomb ha ha ! in the 1980's when it started to gain popularity i would be in a shop and someone would call adam and i would turn around thinking it was me, HA HA . i dont do that anymore . and now i like my name , hope this helps" <strong>Jul. 5, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Adam, & I couldn't be happier! It's a solid, classic name that isn't trendy or overused" <strong>Apr. 25, 2007:</strong> <li> "i love the name Adam the person i like iz called that n it suits him so muchh. i know 7 adams that are the same age as me not including the one i like xxxx" <strong>Apr. 9, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Adam, and I love it. It sounds short, firm, confident. Fits my son perfectly. It is catchy also and everybody seem to remember it easily. Makes a statement :ADAM. Not for mommy's boy, though." <strong>Jan. 11, 2007:</strong> <li> "My entire life (31 years old), some cheese-ball (usualy some guy over 40) always follows up my introduction with "Where's Eve?" or some related stupid comment, followed by them laughing at their own joke while I stare at them blankly. Otherwise, its been a good solid name." <strong>Oct. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love the name adam. My husbands name is adam.......great pick." <strong>Sep. 2, 2006:</strong> <li> "Perfect man's name. Classic and handsome. I love the name Adam!" <strong>Jul. 31, 2006:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Adam he is sometimes nice but, others he is so cruel!!!" <strong>Jun. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "My sons' name is Adam. I always liked the name. It suits him too." <strong>May. 3, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love my name. If it was good enough to call the first human being its good enough for me. I dont like it when people call me Add but oh well, every name has a short version!" <strong>Apr. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "Adam is my brother's name so I love it. It's so burly!" <strong>Mar. 1, 2006:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Adam and I think it's a great name. Everyone has heard of it but you don't meet too many of them. Nothing rude rhymes with it and it's easy to spell and pronounce." <strong>Jan. 5, 2006:</strong> <li> "hehe its my name but im from england so i guess the chart has no relavance to me. lol" <strong>Jan. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "My husband's name is Adam and when he wanted to name our son Adam I was not happy. Now, that my son is two, Adam just fits!" <strong>Jul. 28, 2005:</strong> <li> "The name Adam is so cute I?m gonna name my baby boy Adam when he?s here but it?ll be Adam Jax nickname of Addy or atom bomb." <strong>Jun. 20, 2020:</strong> <li> "My name is Adam and I thank my parents in my heart everyday for such a great name I'm 34. Thanks mum and dad x" <strong>Apr. 6, 2020:</strong> <li> "It?s a good name it has the sweet nickname of Ads or Addy." <strong>Oct. 26, 2019:</strong> <li> "Love this name. It also means shining star! I?m planning to name my son!" <strong>Oct. 3, 2019:</strong> <li> "The name Adam is such a great name to me it means beloved I have a friend named Adam" <strong>Aug. 21, 2019:</strong> <li> "I love that My name is Adam. I don't hear it much, in fact if I hear someone say it and they are not talking to me I am shocked. I do admit I hate when there are other Adams around because it's my name!!! Anyhow super grateful and wouldn't change it for anything" <strong>Feb. 22, 2018:</strong> <li> "My name, oddly enough is Adam and I like it. All through school I wasn't Shore if I liked it or not but now that I'm older I can say I do like it, actually scratch that, I love it!! Chics dig it too (and that's always good)" <strong>Aug. 21, 2014:</strong> <li> "My name is Adam. I am 42 and I liked my name when I was a child and a teen but now as an adult I do not like it. I have never been married and have no children and I think the name Adam has been bad luck for me." <strong>Jun. 8, 2013:</strong> <li> "Adam is a great name.. Adam's are down to earth,funny, full of life, beautiful inside and out! God loved Adam and who wouldn't want a name that was so important and strong? Adam .. Love it!" <strong>Jan. 10, 2012:</strong> <li> "I named my son Adam. sometimes i like it but other times i feel it can sound a little funny to pronounce. i hope he likes his name later on because at the time i wanted it to reflect what a perfect lovely little boy i saw when he was born. x" <strong>Jul. 24, 2010:</strong> <li> "i love the name adam cause everyone named adam fills me with joy" <strong>Jun. 16, 2010:</strong> <li> "Adam is a great name, and it's going to be my first baby boy's name." <strong>Jan. 23, 2010:</strong> <li> "I named my son Adam in 2006. I love the name. It's strong, easy to spell and pronounce. I haven't met an Adam his age yet." <strong>Oct. 16, 2009:</strong> <li> "i've been with my boyfriend Adam for just over 3 years. any other adam i've met has been just as wonderful. funny smart sexy full of life and just a really good person. they say what you name your child sets them up for the rest of there lives. Adam is a strong impowered name in which to be proud of." <strong>Jul. 17, 2009:</strong> <li> "I am called Adam, but most people call me Ads. Well they did when I lived in Scotland, but now I have moved to the states my nickname has changed to Scotty - oh Well, I will beam it up then! And yes I am good looking, well so my mother tells me." <strong>Jul. 2, 2009:</strong> <li> "adam is an lame lame lame name adams are so deep fried" <strong>Nov. 1, 2007:</strong> <li> "i am a 44 year old male ,i never liked my name growing up, it was very uncommon in the 1960's i went all thru school and i was the only adam.kids used to call me adam ant ,adam 12 ,atom bomb ha ha ! in the 1980's when it started to gain popularity i would be in a shop and someone would call adam and i would turn around thinking it was me, HA HA . i dont do that anymore . and now i like my name , hope this helps" <strong>Jul. 5, 2007:</strong> <li> "basically adam is the best name in the world it comes from the greek word great which means anyone with the name adam is is great" <strong>Mar. 16, 2007:</strong> <li> "i belize the name is quiet good because you have to think about when the child is in school and as much as kids try you cant take the mic of the name :p" <strong>Oct. 24, 2006:</strong> <li> "My partners name, its short and simple. Though it seems to be more suited to the younger generations. It would be weird calling him "Adam" at 80, when we are old and grey haha" <strong>Oct. 9, 2006:</strong> <li> "This name is unoriginal and overused. I wish I was called something cool and fresh such as Jeroughm." <strong>Feb. 13, 2021:</strong> <li> "Every Adam I?ve known is a player and not to be trusted. On the surface it sounds fine, but I side eye anyone with this name now. They think they can get away with everything." <strong>Jan. 28, 2020:</strong> <li> "I am named Adam and I hate it. Much prefer something different. It's close but I wish I was called Aiden." <strong>Jul. 24, 2013:</strong> <li> "I don't like the name for modern times, but the Bible story is awesome, so yeah..." <strong>Nov. 28, 2009:</strong> <li> "People always assume you're Christian, which makes it hard when you decide you don't believe in Christianity." <strong>Feb. 17, 2009:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 20 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 522,614 boys in the United States have been named Adam since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1984, when 23,906 people in the U.S. were given the name Adam. Those people are now 37 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
362021-11-28 22:28:16Adams18987Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 7 boys in the United States have been named Adams since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1898, when 7 people in the U.S. were given the name Adams. Those people are now 122 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
372021-11-28 22:28:22Adan20051,151Aboy?3<li> "I seriously wish you had put this iaomrontifn as well as some of your different blogposts in a video page, do you make many video tutorials? I think your stuff is well thought out and it would make me happy to see some when i come back. It's sweet to at last explore a blog that the owner cares about. Do you allow trackbacks I would absolutely love to give you people some credit for your stuff? I'd specifically want to include this one if it's alright. I will just bookmark this post just in case you don't have time to get back to me." <strong>Jun. 17, 2013:</strong> <li> "I dont even know how to pronounce it! I get it in different ways such as: a-din, Ay-den, a-dawn," <strong>Jan. 31, 2010:</strong> <li> "we watched front yard personalities. pulled years later. plants and we with whatever stretching a pair I didn't" <strong>Apr. 22, 2008:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 21,220 boys in the United States have been named Adan since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2005, when 1,151 people in the U.S. were given the name Adan. Those people are now 15 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
382021-11-28 22:28:24Add18926Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 20 boys in the United States have been named Add since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1892, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Add. Those people are now 128 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
392021-11-28 22:28:33Addie189613Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 161 boys in the United States have been named Addie since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1896, when 13 people in the U.S. were given the name Addie. Those people are now 124 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
402021-11-28 22:28:39Addison2006438Aboy67%633<li> "My name is Addison. The name means "Son of Adam" so why would you name your daughter that. This girl name trend is stupid." <strong>May. 16, 2017:</strong> <li> "My sons name is Addison and I love it! Shortly after he was born, Grays Anatomy comes out with a female names Addison and all of the sudden people were naming their girls it! Cute for a girl, but I still think it's a strong, masculine name. His middle names is "James" and I think it flows nicely. I think it's an intelligent name as well." <strong>Jan. 19, 2013:</strong> <li> "addison is my granddaughter's name. i figure boy or girl who cares" <strong>Nov. 27, 2010:</strong> <li> "my only son is named Addison, a wonderful name for a boy~! i love his name he was born december 2009" <strong>May. 11, 2010:</strong> <li> "It means son of Adam--if you name your daughter after the son of Adam you're an idiot" <strong>May. 4, 2007:</strong> <li> "i'm naming my daughter addison. it doesn't sound like a boys name at all!" <strong>Apr. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "We are naming our son Addison. When people name their children do they ever research the meaning of the name. It has been a mans name since the early 18th Century!!! I don't mind that girls are called it - but it is a boys name :). Maybe because of Maddison that is a boys name too, which was made a popular girls name in "splash" in the 80's. I know a girl called Johny and Toni and it suits them but who are we to say that it "sounds like a girls name"." <strong>Mar. 18, 2010:</strong> <li> "it sounds totally like a BOYS name, hence the name AddiSON, means "son of Adam". Duh. Dumb parents" <strong>Nov. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "I agree that Addison doesn't sound like a boy's name." <strong>Aug. 5, 2007:</strong> <li> "A boy's name just like Kaden, Aiden, Jayden, Grayson, Bryson, Harrison, etc. Then it was taken over by girls and I feel kind of bad for the boy Addisons out there now." <strong>Apr. 20, 2014:</strong> <li> "Does not sound like a boys name. This is a GIRLS name." <strong>Jul. 5, 2013:</strong> <li> "I don't like this name for a boy what so ever. like just becaus it has son at the end means nothing. some times the son sounds more like sin or sen. So in my opionon Addison,Madison arent for boys." <strong>May. 27, 2010:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 3 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 9,770 boys in the United States have been named Addison since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2006, when 438 people in the U.S. were given the name Addison. Those people are now 14 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
412021-11-28 22:28:43Adelard189516Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 39 boys in the United States have been named Adelard since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1895, when 16 people in the U.S. were given the name Adelard. Those people are now 125 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
422021-11-28 22:28:53Adelbert191886Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 1,340 boys in the United States have been named Adelbert since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1918, when 86 people in the U.S. were given the name Adelbert. Those people are now 102 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
432021-11-28 22:29:04Aden20061,382Aboy?121<li> "It is nice to see there are other femal Aden's out there. I love my name and hate at the same time being a female with the name I just have to love Unique And authentic it is. On the other hand though I get Harassed about it all the time. I get the typical it's a boy's name Once a substitute was calling role and whenever I Rows up my hand for my name she didn't believe me and the whole class had to protest to her that my name was actually Aedan" <strong>Jan. 3, 2013:</strong> <li> "My name is Aydin, according to orient and/or Anatolian spelling it means "intellectual" or "brilliant" but very similar to Aden / Aiden / Hayden and Iden, it is scarce and given names to boys in general" <strong>Jun. 13, 2012:</strong> <li> "dis my name. I dont know if where did they got it. They said it was given by the midwife." <strong>Apr. 19, 2011:</strong> <li> "Aden is a girl name two my name is aden and a girl" <strong>Dec. 29, 2010:</strong> <li> "My daughter is called Aden. I think it's lovely for a little girl and suits her perfectly as she is full of character and red haired. I also like that it's usually a boy's name, although often spelled differently" <strong>Sep. 1, 2010:</strong> <li> "We loved the name and spelling of Aden, but before he was born in 2005 we became painfully aware of just how popular the name was becoming in all its different spelling AND rhyming variations (hayden, kayden, jayden, etc.) We thought it would be too confusing, so we dropped it from our list altogether. However, in the hospital, we went through the entire list of names we liked, but none of them seemed to fit this new child. Then my brother mentioned that he looked like an Aden, and that was that. The meanings are also terrific and suits our son to a "t." Though, it's true that the popularity of the name in general can get a little tedious seeing and hearing it frequently with other children. A little tip for those who do have the Aden spelling -- you can find really cool stamps and other kinds of arabic art that have the name Aden in english and also arabic writing on them on e-bay from the city of Aden (which we plan on decorating his room with when he gets older)." <strong>Jul. 16, 2010:</strong> <li> "Aden is just not a boys name it is a girl name my name is aden and i am a girl but it is better for boys" <strong>May. 18, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is also Aden, and I hate getting that and I also used to get Adam a lot with new teachers." <strong>Mar. 5, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is Aden but people spell my name wrong all the time they spell it Aiden,Ayden,and Adin if you name your kid Aden spell it Ayden or Aiden I'm the only girl that I know of that is named Aden but I know 3 boys with the name it is an ok name but there are better names I thank but it is cool because there is a city named Aden" <strong>Feb. 1, 2010:</strong> <li> "I'm 5 months pregnant with a little baby boy. My husband and I knew from the beginning we wanted to name our son"Aden", but we never discussed the spelling of the name until now.It has been a week since we found out that we are having a boy, and we can't seem to agree on the spelling of his name. I would love to spell it Aiden and he insists that Aden is much better. After arguing back and forth I might just let him have his way...since it is his first son ...I will settle for Aden...Plus, I like the meaning of it too..." <strong>Jan. 20, 2009:</strong> <li> "At first I was going to name my son Jaxon but the more I thought of the name the more I didnt think it fit what I thought my son was going to look like. Then I came across Aiden, but wanted to spell it Aden. I thought it was rare. I never heard the name. Then when I was in labor waiting to give birth, my mid wife came in and said she just delived two other Aidens! I was so sad cause i thought the name was unique. Man was I wrong." <strong>Dec. 20, 2008:</strong> <li> "If i have a boy his name is going to be Aden. I will know in 6 weeks!" <strong>Mar. 26, 2008:</strong> <li> "Let's hate this ugly name Aden loooossers!! ??????????" <strong>Oct. 11, 2018:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 12 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 13,050 boys in the United States have been named Aden since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2006, when 1,382 people in the U.S. were given the name Aden. Those people are now 14 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
442021-11-28 22:29:08Adin2007196Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 367 boys in the United States have been named Adin since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2007, when 196 people in the U.S. were given the name Adin. Those people are now 13 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
452021-11-28 22:29:12Aditya2008330Aboy100%11<li> "aditya is the best name. My name is aditya. It is better than antyone elses name." <strong>Nov. 13, 2018:</strong> <li> "Aditya is a girl name as well. I have come across many who were girls - and named aditya" <strong>Aug. 7, 2020:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 2,968 boys in the United States have been named Aditya since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2008, when 330 people in the U.S. were given the name Aditya. Those people are now 12 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
462021-11-28 22:29:24Adlai189217Aboy100%1<p> <li>Records indicate that 32 boys in the United States have been named Adlai since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1892, when 17 people in the U.S. were given the name Adlai. Those people are now 128 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
472021-11-28 22:29:34Admiral189825Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 56 boys in the United States have been named Admiral since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1898, when 25 people in the U.S. were given the name Admiral. Those people are now 122 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
482021-11-28 22:29:37Adolf191856Aboy92%24142<li> "A-doolf is the correct way. I have been bullied for having this name and I hate my parents for naming me this. I wish I hadn?t been born why did they do that. My parents suck they thought it would be funny but it isn?t my teachers and classmates look at me weird all the time. Everyone always thinks I?m going to gas them and I hate it. Please don?t let anyone else get this name." <strong>May. 3, 2021:</strong> <li> "I named my baby son Adolf! although around the second world war, I discovered my little baby adolf had shot himself! it was heartbreaking to discover, and what made it worse is most people seemed happy about my sons death :'(" <strong>Oct. 8, 2020:</strong> <li> "Bruh Bruh Bruh Bruh Bruh Ok then lmao i like cheese" <strong>Sep. 3, 2019:</strong> <li> "I love this name because it reminds me of sensuality" <strong>Jul. 11, 2019:</strong> <li> "My best friend's name was Adolf. Too bad he died in 1945. Or did he move to South America? I can never remember" <strong>May. 31, 2019:</strong> <li> "I like the name Adolf. It can be a shorthand form of "A Dolfin" and I really like Dolfins. I even bought a dolfin once before. Put it in my backyard pool! Unfortunately I think it came broken because it wasn't swimming around like it should. It just kind of laid there at the bottom of the pool." <strong>May. 9, 2019:</strong> <li> "どうやら男に会った名前アドルフ ・ ガソリン スタンドで働いています。私は私のガスを取得しようとするが、彼はそれを無駄彼のユダヤ人の顧客のすべてのそれを引き起こします。今では私はそれについて考えるか。彼はドイツ語でそれらの 1 つで叫始めた didn't?自分で戻ってくるだけにご案内します。どのような地獄、そのユダヤ人の顧客に起こるかも!" <strong>May. 8, 2019:</strong> <li> "I knew a guy named Adolf in basic training. Great guy, although he never could dawn a gas mask correctly." <strong>May. 8, 2019:</strong> <li> "This is a wonderful name, I really hope that my son named Adolf gets into art school later in life!" <strong>May. 8, 2019:</strong> <li> "We named a frog in my driveway adolf today. This was a good day." <strong>May. 8, 2019:</strong> <li> "My first name isn't Adolf but my middle name is, I'm currently 22 and love it. Its one of those interesting things you could bring up in need of entertainment. I honestly don't mind. I remember in HS when my history teacher freaked out when he saw my middle name was Adolf, it was an awkward moment but I was never really picked on as a name doesn't make you into a murderer or whatnot. I'm not entirely sure how different my HS experience would be if my first name was Adolf but I don't see a problem with naming you child Adolf honestly. I think its rather pretty and unique name, But if you're considering naming your child Adolph and are sitting on the fence, make it your child's middle name. Welp that's my experience with the name Adolf." <strong>May. 7, 2019:</strong> <li> "I think it's a wonderful, strong name. I actually plan to name my son this." <strong>Sep. 29, 2018:</strong> <li> "Great name! In the peace years newlyweds were given very large government loans and a quarter was taken off for every child. Instead of importing the third world.. This is what you do when you love your country." <strong>Mar. 17, 2018:</strong> <li> "I'm called Adolphus so the guys at work call me Adolf, it's ok once you get used to it, can't imagine being called anything else." <strong>Apr. 29, 2017:</strong> <li> "I think the name Adolf is a wonderful unique name. If I had a son I would name him Adolf" <strong>Jul. 31, 2013:</strong> <li> "i like the name adolf i would never name a kid adolf but it is a nice name" <strong>Feb. 20, 2011:</strong> <li> "I can't wait for my daughter to be born so I can call her Adolf." <strong>Sep. 8, 2009:</strong> <li> "I think it's a lovely name, only that it was once borne by a monster. The name means "noble, majestic"-- who wouldn't wwant their child to be noble and majestic? A name's powerful, but the individual who bears that name will show the world what it means. As other reviewers have commented, many people still use names of murderers- Henry (like the gluttonous Henry VIII), Mohammad (e.g. Mohammad Pahlavi) , Kim (as in Kim Jong-Il), Josef (e.g. Stalin)... Not that we should forget history of course." <strong>Apr. 13, 2009:</strong> <li> "I agree, just because one man's actions were bad. Doesn't mean the name isn't an ok name. I mean after all the name doens't make the man, right?" <strong>Mar. 16, 2009:</strong> <li> "I personally don't mind the name Adolf/Adolph. I bought a parrot a year or 2 ago and named him Adolf. I just like the name. If you want to associate names with horrible history then that's your deal. But as said above, then Jack and Charles should be banned. Hell, I don't like what George Bush did to our country so now I don't like the name George. I agree Adolf Hitler himself did some HORRIBLE things and I'd hope it never happens again... but I do have to give the guy credit. He came from nothing, had a plan and accomplished it... that's more than most Americans or anyone for that matter can say happened in their lives. Lets seperate the present from the past. Not forget about the past, but let it be the past and move on with ourselves." <strong>Jan. 23, 2009:</strong> <li> "Hurray for April 12 2007 and Mar 10 2007. Other names are associated with horror, Charles Manson, Jack the Ripper, Paul Bernardo, and many other murderers and unfortunately many more will probably come. Why have those names not been banned? I wonder, is Adolf still popular in Germany or Austria? Maybe our aversion to this name over here has more to do with hatred and predjudice than Adolf himself; who was indeed a horrible man." <strong>Jul. 14, 2007:</strong> <li> "No names should ever be banned or forgotten simply because of an individual's actions, no matter how horrid the consequences were. All names are beautiful, and their purpose was to give an individual an 'identity'. Hitler's action, to me, has not tained the name 'Adolf' in the most malevolent style. Hitler does not deserve to be called Adolf, as he is arguably the most disgusting abomination on the planet, dead or alive." <strong>Apr. 12, 2007:</strong> <li> "I think this is a pretty good name, but I always wonder: Why no-one has seemed to be called it since the 1940s?" <strong>Jun. 8, 2006:</strong> <li> "I've known three Adolfs. The first was my grandfather. Being a first generation American of Slavic descent, he bore it stoicly. The others, however, have employed obfuscation. One prefers 'Ade' and the other 'Dolph.' While a solid and honorable name, it has been sullied and fallen into disrepute." <strong>Jan. 2, 2006:</strong> <li> "Reading all the positive comments on this cracks me up. It?s funny to see how the nature of them evolves over more than a decade" <strong>Jul. 24, 2020:</strong> <li> "Your website is very interesting, i have bookmarked it." <strong>Apr. 20, 2020:</strong> <li> "chang ching chong im adolf hitler, i died many YEARSRSSS agoes" <strong>Sep. 30, 2019:</strong> <li> "I met a frog with that name today. Odd fellow. Kept yelling at me about different races of frogs and wore a beige uniform. 10/10 would not buy again" <strong>May. 8, 2019:</strong> <li> "A century ago, this was often a Jewish boy's name - think Adolph Zukor (early Hollywood mogul) and Adolph "Chico" Marx (one of the Marx brothers). Then the comparatively gentile (or "goyishe", to use the Jewish term for non-Jews) known as Hitler came along and ruined it. Hmm...two nice Jewish boys and one nasty gentile sharing a forename like this one!" <strong>Feb. 5, 2019:</strong> <li> "I've named all of my three children Adolf, it seems like my daughter has gotten a better reception from her peers than my sons have. Whenever the next surprise happens will definitely still name the child Adolf" <strong>Dec. 28, 2017:</strong> <li> "Also borne by early Hollywood mogul Adolph Zukor and composer Adolph Green - both Jewish, BTW. The German-born British scientist Dr. Hans Adolf Krebs was also Jewish." <strong>Apr. 23, 2017:</strong> <li> "It's a nice historical name, but I would never name my child Napoleon, Benito or Maximilian niether." <strong>Apr. 12, 2013:</strong> <li> "I named all three of my sons Adolf. I laugh everyday." <strong>Dec. 1, 2012:</strong> <li> "The fact that a horrible man owned this name has forever ruined it for others. If a white boy for example was named Adolf, then his classmates learn in school about the Nazis, he would get picked on, and could even be at the end of a horrible hate crime. This could ruin the child's life. I would never name my child this. Even if the parents are not racist and just liked the name, others will not know that. And this could backfire in the parent's faces as well in the form of vandalism, threats, and much worse crimes." <strong>Aug. 5, 2010:</strong> <li> "Charles and Jack are pretty common names and not only associated with a specific history icon. It would be more appropriate to correlate Napoleon as a name. Still, I agree, banning anything as a name wouldn't be realistic. I say, go ahead and use the name Voldamort... take away its power. Although... I'm not making my kid be the burdon bearer in that. :)" <strong>Jan. 15, 2009:</strong> <li> "Banning a name like this would be worse than ever using it again. It would be like sweeping history under the rug and trying to forget the tragedys one man caused an entire race. You cant just shrug off history. It may not resurface for a very long time, but it will be fashionable again. It has a stronger meaning than what people are afraid of." <strong>Apr. 20, 2008:</strong> <li> "they call me rouldolph but i would lilke to be called myspace but my dumb parents dont have a clues about whats cool im also a stripper and my code name is hector" <strong>May. 30, 2007:</strong> <li> "I was elected a mayor using the name Adolf in 1992. While it is associated with unspeakable horror, in the hands of others it has produced lasting good. The name has always made me look for the good in people and for the best in any situation. Evil has many names." <strong>Mar. 10, 2007:</strong> <li> "You would never name your child Adolf- what have they done to deserve a name like that? They would be picked on and it is totally inappropriate!" <strong>Jul. 13, 2020:</strong> <li> "Why would you name your baby the same as someone who murdered millions.?" <strong>Mar. 12, 2020:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 14 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 525 boys in the United States have been named Adolf since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1918, when 56 people in the U.S. were given the name Adolf. Those people are now 103 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
492021-11-28 22:29:39Adolfo2003503Aboy?1<li> "It is a very unique name however many people have trouble pronouncing it and sometimes butcher it. Its very rare when I meet another "Adolfo"" <strong>Oct. 13, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 13,838 boys in the United States have been named Adolfo since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2003, when 503 people in the U.S. were given the name Adolfo. Those people are now 17 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
502021-11-28 22:29:42Adolph1917672Aboy50%121<li> "In spite of the negative connotation of this name, I do like it quite a bit." <strong>Oct. 18, 2006:</strong> <li> "Adolph Zukor, Adolph Green, and Adolph "Chico" Marx were all nice Jewish boys, unlike that nasty gentile in the Old World that was surnamed Hitler...and he RUINED this name, big time!" <strong>Feb. 5, 2019:</strong> <li> "Even though it's spelt "Adolph" rather than "Adolf", it doesn't lessen its association with Hitler, even 69 years after WW2's end. It seems as if the only notable bearer of this name in a positive light is the American lyricist Adolph Green - who, BTW, is Jewish (or at least he was till he died in 2002 aged 88). Just what would Hitler have thought of that?" <strong>Jun. 16, 2014:</strong> <li> "Even if this name is spelt Adolph, the American English way, or in the French way as Adolphe (as in the actor Adolphe Menjou), it is still not likely to overcome them terrible Hitler associations even if some good things came out of Hitler's reign of terror in the late 20th century - for instance the Seventies Swedish pop group Abba, in which one of the two female members, the red-haired Anni-Frid "Frida" Lyngstad, was the illegitemate daughter of one of Hitler's hench-men and an unmarried Norwegian mother (Frida was to be brought up in Sweden by her grandmother after her mother died and her father disappeared from her life for a number of years - despite a temporary reunion between dad and daughter in 1977 when Abba were now household names)." <strong>Mar. 7, 2008:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 2 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 17,532 boys in the United States have been named Adolph since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1917, when 672 people in the U.S. were given the name Adolph. Those people are now 103 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
512021-11-28 22:29:50Adolphus192286Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 2,664 boys in the United States have been named Adolphus since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1922, when 86 people in the U.S. were given the name Adolphus. Those people are now 98 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
522021-11-28 22:30:02Adonis2012372Aboy100%32<li> "My son's name is Adonis. He is 16 and he has never had issues with being teased. If you want to name your son an uncommon name that stands out, Adonis is a great name." <strong>Apr. 6, 2015:</strong> <li> "my boyfriends name is adonis and it is very differnet! alot of people love it because the way it sounds! thats going to be our sons middle name!" <strong>Oct. 14, 2008:</strong> <li> "I name my son Adonis he is 5 years old. i love this name because of the meaning of i. So far, so good we don't have any problems with other people pronounce it or spelling it. It suprise me how many people know the meaning." <strong>May. 21, 2006:</strong> <li> "i love the name odanis. thinking to name my son like that :)" <strong>Mar. 4, 2013:</strong> <li> "Adonis was my brother's name. He was killed and now it will be the middle name of my son being born tomorrow" <strong>Oct. 5, 2011:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 4,683 boys in the United States have been named Adonis since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 372 people in the U.S. were given the name Adonis. Those people are now 8 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
532021-11-28 22:30:10Adrain1978112Aboy?1<li> "The name Adrian means black or dark. In German it means Fountain of joy Written by Adrian" <strong>May. 28, 2010:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 1,607 boys in the United States have been named Adrain since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1978, when 112 people in the U.S. were given the name Adrain. Those people are now 42 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
542021-11-28 22:30:15Adrian20087,850Aboy92%1141<li> "chose this name for myself and i'm very happy i did :)" <strong>Jan. 11, 2020:</strong> <li> "The name is so beautiful! I love how dark and mysterious it sounds, full of empathy and natural beauty" <strong>Jul. 24, 2019:</strong> <li> "I love Adrian...and these comments are super old. But Adrian is not SPANISH. LMFAO. There is ZERO relation to Spanish. Pronounced like in Spanish is better? mmmm. No. IMO." <strong>Jan. 31, 2019:</strong> <li> "I love the name Adrian and when my oldest was born instead of naming him after me I gave him this name but We spell it Adriean is this spelling ok" <strong>Jan. 17, 2012:</strong> <li> "Adrian ahd-RYAHN (spanish) with an accent mark over the second A!! its such a sexy name when said the right way! (in spanish) lol" <strong>Jul. 31, 2010:</strong> <li> "My husband's name is Adrian and it fits him well. I think this name is very masculine even though he says his name is girly!" <strong>Jun. 4, 2009:</strong> <li> "I LOVE this name. It is even more amazing pronounced in spanish. It is also my husband's name. On the down side he hates his name always has and probably always will. He says it is a girl's name and grows very tired of the same old joke..."YO Adrian!"" <strong>Feb. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "Our 1st son's name is Ivan Antonio, he shares his middle name with his dad. Our 2nd is Adrian Gabriel, it sounds very romantic!" <strong>Aug. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Adrian, he's 10 years old. I love this name because it is different for a boy however, becoming more common now. It sounds the best when pronounced in spanish." <strong>Feb. 20, 2008:</strong> <li> "My husband's name is Adrian. I remember when he first told me his name...I melted. It's just so beautiful, unique, strong, intelligent, compassionate...just like he is! His friends sometimes shorten it to Ade which I think is quite cool. His family will also on occassion call him Adey...cute, too!" <strong>Feb. 3, 2007:</strong> <li> "We're seriously considering this for our 2nd son's name. First son's name is Gabriel and I think they go well together. Sisters are Carolyn and Rebekah." <strong>May. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "my boyfriend's name is adrian too ;) and i love his name. its super common though and his family and i call him dren for short." <strong>May. 31, 2010:</strong> <li> "My Dads Called Adrian and my mum calls him Ade-The-Spade!" <strong>Apr. 12, 2007:</strong> <li> "i named my son adrian 22 years ago, its the most fantastic name, for a child to have,i wish he were here today,so when i here the name being called out, it makes me smile." <strong>Aug. 24, 2006:</strong> <li> "I know some one with this name, accully it's my boyfriend. He is such a hunk" <strong>Jul. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "My grandgrandson is Adrian. I love him but don't like his name. I think it doesn't fit him. My granddaughter expected a girl, she was sure that it will be a girl and didn't check a gender of her child. SHe said that she is sure and if it won't be a girl, then she would like to have a surprise. They chose a name for a girl - Adrienne - because her partner is French and didn't choose a name for a boy. So when the boy arrived they just called him Adrian. I think it was bad idea, now he is quite manly boy, tall for his age and really hates his name. He says it's "girlish". I think so. If he were my son I would give him more masculine and boyish name." <strong>Nov. 1, 2015:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 4 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 197,893 boys in the United States have been named Adrian since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2008, when 7,850 people in the U.S. were given the name Adrian. Those people are now 12 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
552021-11-28 22:30:19Adriel2012599Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 4,158 boys in the United States have been named Adriel since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 599 people in the U.S. were given the name Adriel. Those people are now 8 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
562021-11-28 22:30:28Adrien2009344Aboy100%2<p> <li>Records indicate that 3,555 boys in the United States have been named Adrien since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2009, when 344 people in the U.S. were given the name Adrien. Those people are now 11 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
572021-11-28 22:30:35Adron19048Aboy100%1<p> <li>Records indicate that 14 boys in the United States have been named Adron since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1904, when 8 people in the U.S. were given the name Adron. Those people are now 116 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
582021-11-28 22:30:49Aedan2007278Aboy100%1<p> <li>Records indicate that 1,504 boys in the United States have been named Aedan since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2007, when 278 people in the U.S. were given the name Aedan. Those people are now 13 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
592021-11-28 22:30:56Agnes191013Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 111 boys in the United States have been named Agnes since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1910, when 13 people in the U.S. were given the name Agnes. Those people are now 110 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
602021-11-28 22:31:02Agustin2001372Aboy100%1<p> <li>Records indicate that 13,005 boys in the United States have been named Agustin since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2001, when 372 people in the U.S. were given the name Agustin. Those people are now 19 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
612021-11-28 22:31:11Agustus18805Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Agustus since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1880, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Agustus. Those people are now 140 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
622021-11-28 22:31:17Ah18876Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 11 boys in the United States have been named Ah since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1887, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Ah. Those people are now 133 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
632021-11-28 22:31:22Ahmad2001661Aboy100%1<p> <li>Records indicate that 13,941 boys in the United States have been named Ahmad since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2001, when 661 people in the U.S. were given the name Ahmad. Those people are now 19 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
642021-11-28 22:31:28Ahmed2012537Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 10,303 boys in the United States have been named Ahmed since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 537 people in the U.S. were given the name Ahmed. Those people are now 8 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
652021-11-28 22:31:31Aidan200310,055Aboy94%84365<li> "I'm a 12 year old named Aidan and I love my name. The only problem is, EVERYONE gets the spelling wrong. And I mean everyone except your parents. Teachers, friends etc. Even when your name is RIGHT THERE IN FRONT OF THEIR FACES lol. So that can be annoying but I still love the name even though it's common" <strong>Jul. 29, 2017:</strong> <li> "I am 11, and my name is Aidan. All the time, the other kids or teachers pronounce it adian, aiden, or whatever else. Its kind of annoying, but i still like the name. I am the only person i know named aidan and spelled right." <strong>Apr. 2, 2017:</strong> <li> "My 12 year old brothers name is Aidan i love the name and he is so mean sometimes but we are irish twins so we get along easily and i hope he sees this" <strong>May. 13, 2016:</strong> <li> "I was born in 1994. No one had this name. I like it, but there are millions of little Aidan's running around now. And no one can spell it correctly. I've gotten Adrian, Alden, Jayden, Hayden etc. Also when its written out for people they butcher the pronunciation. It's two real words for Gods sake: Aid. an." <strong>Sep. 9, 2013:</strong> <li> "Similar experience to some of the other posters. My name is Aidan and I was born in 1990 when there were very few others Aidans around, and was passed down the name through my Irish ancestry (names are recycled from middle to first etc). Kind sad to hear it called out so much with all these little kids running around; the awful, butchered spelling of the name as well ..." <strong>May. 9, 2013:</strong> <li> "My name is Aidan, I think it is a great name, the only thing I am not keen on is that it always gets spelled wrong. But the meaning 'fiery' definetly fits me, because I get angry quite easily. I don't know many people with the same name from me, apart from a couple of Aidan's at school." <strong>Apr. 29, 2011:</strong> <li> "My sons name is Aidan! I named him in 2010. His big sister picked it out. His full name is Aidan Carlisle." <strong>Mar. 21, 2011:</strong> <li> "My favourite boy's name. A Gaelic name that is easy for non-Gaelic speakers to pronounce and spell, Aidan is becoming increasingly popular, but still strikes me as a nice alternative to the more common "Patrick" or "Sean"." <strong>Feb. 14, 2011:</strong> <li> "My name is Aidan I was born in 1986, it wasn't a common name in general (not even in Ireland) but strangely enough in a school of 500 pupils the three Aidan were all in the same year. Aodh?in is the gaelic Irish pronounced A-dawn...." <strong>Dec. 6, 2010:</strong> <li> "As a teacher it's difficult to find a name that is "special." I fell in love with the name AidEn in the early '90's. My husband and I had a difficult time conceiving, so when I found out I was pregnant I knew the baby had to have this name. One meaning we saw was "warmth of the house" and our boy is that! As for the spelling, I asked my 7th graders at the time how'd they spell it. The E won! While we know it's popular, he's the only Aiden in his grade of 150 students; it seems after 2000 that it really became well-known." <strong>Nov. 6, 2010:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aidan because we liked the name. We were looking over the list of names which are used in USA and ALBANIA, so Aidan was one of them. BTW it is an old Illyrian/Albanian name as well, not only Irish ;) At the hospital we were told that Aidan was for girls and Aiden was for boy, the lady was just ignorant --- AIDAN is a BOY's name." <strong>Oct. 26, 2010:</strong> <li> "My friends husband was called Aidan and It was the first time I'd heard it. I loved the name and years later we had a little boy and named him Aidan. I Still love the name and my boy who is 12 now. Only thing that gets us annoyed is people spelling it wrong. Sometimes my boy wishes we'd given him a different name but he does like it." <strong>Oct. 10, 2010:</strong> <li> "my names aidan, i was born in 1990. never known any other aidans apart from odd one at school. i still get annoyed when its spelt wrong!" <strong>Oct. 1, 2010:</strong> <li> "My son was born in 2000, and we spell it traditionally with the "an", the "en" makes me cringe. At the time, no one we knew had ever heard of the name-it was fun to feel a little original, but in the grades below him it is quite popular. I love the name, I just wish people would spell it right." <strong>Jan. 26, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is Aidan and I was born in 1989 back when the name was virtually non-existent. I've never had anyone in my class named Aidan and around 2004-2005 I suddenly started hearing my name crop up everywhere. It honestly pissed me off. I wish people would stop jumping on the band wagon. However, if you want to name your kid Aidan... Please at least spell it right. It's Aidan. Not Aiden, not Ayden or any other variation. Go with the traditional Gaelic or the common usage in Ireland (Aidan). I'm tired of parents trying to put a unique spelling on a name which they were just too ignorant to look up. It wasn't until the 4th grade that a teacher spelled my name right (last and first) and people continue to spell my name wrong." <strong>Oct. 20, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son's name ( he is 7 months is Aidan ) , I named him after my name ' Nadia ' backwards :) And he has redhair just like a little irish boy!" <strong>Aug. 10, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son will be named Aydin as it is the Persian spelling of this name and honours our heritage. Isn't a rose by any other name still as sweet? So will be our little Ayden/Aidan/Aydin..." <strong>Feb. 26, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son(who is almost 6)is called Aidan, but in holland where we live,people can't pronounce it properly. his teacher, has still difficulties pronouncing the name. The name fits him really right, he is our own little Knight. I really love the name." <strong>Jan. 22, 2009:</strong> <li> "We chose the name Aidan for our son, who was born Nov. 21, 2007, because it was strong, beautiful and (we thought) unusual. We really wanted a good Irish name. Even though we now know just how popular this name is - we would not change our choice at all. The name and its meaning fits our Aidan perfectly. Aidan's rock!!" <strong>Nov. 26, 2008:</strong> <li> "I'm planning on naming my future son Aidan. I love that name." <strong>Oct. 13, 2008:</strong> <li> "As an Aidan for the last 30 years, I love my name. Congrats to all the parents that have wisely chosen such an awesome name for their kids. Bravo!" <strong>Oct. 4, 2008:</strong> <li> "I love Aidan my son who is 3 & 1/2 yrs old, we loved the name, it perfectly fits hims as he is hyoperactive as the name suggests fury, he is always a fire in the house with not resting a single moment, also he is good at his kinder garden school. I love him , he is my only adorable angel" <strong>Sep. 22, 2008:</strong> <li> "We named our 8-month old son, Aidan. We have an Irish last name and wanted an Irish first name. Nowhere in any of our Irish baby name searches did we see this was a common name recently! Might have chosen Liam if we had know. But, I truly love the name. It fits our son perfectly." <strong>Aug. 5, 2008:</strong> <li> "My 4.5 yo son's name is Aidan. I love the name. It's perfect for him. It's beautiful. And it's totally original. Yes, I know. It's wildly popular nowadays. We had no idea when we chose his name. None at all. We just thought it sounded great. I'd met two adults named Aidan in 2002. I'd heard the name before but never met anyone with the name, so it was suddenly on my radar, and it just stuck with me. NEVER had I heard of a kid named Aidan, but then, I didn't really know any kids before Aidan (our older child) was born. So we basically came up with it on our own, as I think many people did. I care not a whit that it's popular. American's are way too obsessed with unusual, outlandish names. Lotta kids these days are saddled with SILLY names just because their parents are so desparate for them to be unique. (Not going to name any examples). It's undignified. As far as I'm concerned, Aidan is the "John" of this generation. Good, solid name, and not self-consciously weird, unusual, or silly. And it's the perfect name for our son." <strong>Jul. 31, 2008:</strong> <li> "I had my son Aidan in July if 2005. At the time we were searching for a strong Irish name for our child and when we came across the name it was perfect! As many others, it also bothers me when people assume that his name is spelled Aiden or some other way. Aidan is a beautiful and strong name" <strong>Jul. 15, 2008:</strong> <li> "This name is super overused now! Everyone give it a breather. With all the Aidans, Braedens, and Cadens all of the names are sounding so sing songy alike. Its a good name but has been ruined by its overuse and ryhming competition!!" <strong>Apr. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aidan in 1991, he was the only one we knew for a long time. When he started kindergarten, a 5th grade boy was also Aidan and "big Aidan" went right down to my son's class to meet another Aidan, they were both so excited! Now the name has gotten much more common. We don't have to repeat it so often! I am tired of it being spelled with the en, we are forever having it corrected." <strong>Mar. 30, 2008:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aidan. It frequently gets misspelled (Aiden or Aden) and elderly people have a hard time understanding what I am saying when I say his name. I love the name, despite its popularity." <strong>Mar. 26, 2008:</strong> <li> "My grandson is Aiden.It fits him,he is 18 months old and a ball of fire always on the go." <strong>Mar. 19, 2008:</strong> <li> "My name is Aidan and I get so many people saying they like it. People often spell it Aiden, and some even call me Hayden when they first hear me say it. Other than that, I think it's a great name. :)" <strong>Mar. 17, 2008:</strong> <li> "I love this name. It really gives a strong sense of success and hope." <strong>Mar. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aidan in 1985 when it was rarely heard. I know kids often wish they had a different name, but he has always felt comfortable with his. I think it works great for a little boy and a man. Yes, he often ends up repeating and/or spelling it. An exchange student from Ireland stated it was like Kelly or Tracy and used for male and female. And while it hadn't been that common over there it seems to be becoming more popular." <strong>Feb. 12, 2008:</strong> <li> "My one year old son's name is Aidan. Please often spell it Aiden, which I don't like nearly as much. I have loved the name Aidan for years and my husband likes it as well so as soon as I became pregnant, we knew our child would be named Aidan if we had a boy. We only wish the name were less common. Aidan is a very old name but we hadn't realized how many "sound-alike" names were now popular. There were not many children in our social circles but since having Aidan, we are constantly meeting Cadens and Jayden and Haydens, etc." <strong>Jan. 9, 2008:</strong> <li> "This is the name of my son who was born in 1973. he was named after his paternal uncle who still resides in Ireland and is the youngest of eight.I loved the name and we spell it Aidan and the d and the n blended so you do not here the a, we also say it A-dan.For many years he was the only Aidan in our social circles here in New York. I still think it is a beautiful name and very different-most people did not know how to spell it or where it came from, most people do love the sound of it.More recently, I know many more babies being named Aidan and I wish it weren't becoming so popular. submitted by Aidans mom-Laura" <strong>Dec. 22, 2007:</strong> <li> "My 8yr old son is named Aidan. We prefer the "a" spelling, although many people assume an "e."" <strong>Dec. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "Funny, I am due 3/29/08 and Aidan/Aiden is at the top of my list as well. I can't decide on the spelling though. Thoughts?" <strong>Nov. 29, 2007:</strong> <li> "Haven't met many - but this is my son's name. It is occasionally spelled incorrectly - but aren't many names. I think it's a great character name." <strong>Nov. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "I love this name! Definitely on the top of our list for a boy!" <strong>Nov. 17, 2007:</strong> <li> "not really sure my wife and i are getting ready to have are first child. It or should i say he is going to be a babie boy. we are going to name him aidan so i would like your feedback thank we are due 3-07-08" <strong>Nov. 12, 2007:</strong> <li> "i am eight and a half months pregnant with my fifth child i came across the name by a co worker who has a five and a half month old grandson named aiden i love the name for my daughter and intend to name her this it is also the name of a csi character aiden burns my other children names are Ferguson(boy) Luetta(girl) Anthony(boy) and Bobbijoe(girl) the name aidan gets a thumbs up from me" <strong>Oct. 16, 2007:</strong> <li> "Aidan really means fire, i know someone who is as his name sounds." <strong>Sep. 19, 2007:</strong> <li> "in our holiday there was a waiter..his name was aidjan i think or aidan..but they spell it aidjan" <strong>Aug. 23, 2007:</strong> <li> "Our 10 year old is named Aidan Sean. The name fits him to a T and we're glad we chose it." <strong>Aug. 10, 2007:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aidan when he was born in late 2001. We opted for the Gaelic spelling too as it felt more "correct". We chose the name because we're both of celtic origin and he had a full head of fire red hair when he was born." <strong>Jun. 1, 2007:</strong> <li> "My husband and I are thinking of naming our son Aidan and like the classical Gaelic spelling. Aiden appears to be more American and more linked with the female spelling... though I have heard of several boys with spelling Aiden. It is likely a popular name peaking in 2015..." <strong>May. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "I named my daughter "Ayden" people often think she is a boy. I love the name and new a GIRL with the same name almost 10 years before i had my daughter in 2003." <strong>Apr. 16, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son who was born in 2003 is Aidan. I love the name but it is too popular now!" <strong>Apr. 6, 2007:</strong> <li> "Loved this name when I gave it to my son in 2000, but now I am disappointed with its popularity as know he will not have a unique name like I had intended." <strong>Mar. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aidan. I agree with the biggest problem is people spelling it Aiden. We named him Aidan because Aidan means fire and he was born a leo which is a fire sign. Its a very popular name right now, so I think he might not like it later on just because so many people going to school with him will have the same name." <strong>Feb. 26, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aidan. The most common problem is that it is misspelled Aiden. When he began Kindergarten in 2004, there was an Aidan in 1st grade and another Aidan in his Kindergarten class. Unfortunately the other Aidan moved to another city last summer, so my son is the only Aidan at his school right now (the school only goes K - 2; then the next campus is 3-5)." <strong>Feb. 26, 2007:</strong> <li> "I really like this name. It's the exact reverse of my name, Nadia. =)" <strong>Feb. 25, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son is named Aidan. People misspell it all the time as Aiden or Aden." <strong>Jan. 31, 2007:</strong> <li> "My sister just named her first born "Aidan" & I love the name!" <strong>Nov. 22, 2006:</strong> <li> "my name is Aidan and everyone allways spells it wrong. but its great name!" <strong>Nov. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aidan, gosh I love the name but I had no idea how popular it was, he will be 3 soon and I know about 3 other boys named Aidan around his age." <strong>Sep. 25, 2006:</strong> <li> "I took the name Adian and made it Adyan. For my first born son and I just love the name. My second son is named Adiran." <strong>Sep. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "When we named our son Aidan in 1992 even many of our Irish friends were not that familiar with it. Some friends and acquaintances had never even heard of it, and that was just fine for us. We wanted our son?s name to be unique, not popular! In kindergarten he had 4 Alex?s in the class, and that would have driven me crazy. I love the name but wish it had not become so popular" <strong>Sep. 6, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aidan because we like the meaning ("fiery"... and yes he is!), it's a strong name, and we don't personally know any other Aidans as of yet. It does seem to be increasingly common, but people still comment positively on the choice. We love it!" <strong>Aug. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "It will be the name of my son. I think it's a classic name." <strong>Aug. 21, 2006:</strong> <li> "Aiden in Irish means little fire...Ive found nearly every Aiden I know to be a little firey!!" <strong>Jul. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named my son Aidan in 2000, and I'd nevr heard it before and knew NO kids or adults with that name, except for the actor.... since then it's become disgustingly popular, which is a bit disapointing, but I still LOVE the name and it fits my son well!" <strong>Jul. 13, 2006:</strong> <li> "My husband and I named our little boy Aidan in 2005. I do not know any other Aidan's and most people tell me that they have never heard the name but they love it! Some people do want to spell it Aiden, though!" <strong>Jun. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "When my husband and I named our son Aidan in 1995, it was primarily because of our Irish heritage. We knew it was common enough in Ireland but did not know of any other children in the States with the name. Now it's absolutely amazing how its popularity has soared..." <strong>Jun. 12, 2006:</strong> <li> "named my DAUGHTER Ayden in 2005 and absolutely love it" <strong>May. 22, 2006:</strong> <li> "I names my second son this in 1983, No one had this name then." <strong>May. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "I picked the name Aidan for my son born in 2004 due to the meaning "fire or fiery". At the time my husband was a volunteer firefighter. Plus we are of Irish/Scottish descent. It's become way to popular/trendy now. People are finding too many weird ways to spell it (Ayden, Aydon, Aidon). However I don't regret my choice one bit. It's still a good strong name." <strong>May. 14, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our 1st born son Aidan...we loved this name from the moment we found it! And we still do!!" <strong>Apr. 22, 2006:</strong> <li> "we named our son Aidan when he was born in 2004. True there are more Aidans out there than before be we love the sound of the name." <strong>Apr. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love this name, I am the mother of a AIDAN. My son was born after my girl NADIA (meanning - hope) who is 2 years older than her brother. I did not plan it ahead, and was so happy to find it." <strong>Mar. 21, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love this name, me and my husband have decided to name our first boy Aidan...but it'll be spelled Ayden...i love it!" <strong>Mar. 17, 2006:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Aidan, and i really like it.Also, just to say Aidan, spelled backwards is Nadia!!!" <strong>Mar. 8, 2006:</strong> <li> "I'm a 45 Y/O male named Aidan, pronounced the same as the city Aden. My name has been mispronounced as far back as I can remember, more often than not it was pronounced Adian or Adrian but this has never bothered me. Until recently, wherever I ever went and heard "Aidan" called out, it was always me that they were calling to, but now I find there are many more Aidans out there than just me. I'm proud to be an Aidan." <strong>Feb. 28, 2006:</strong> <li> "My husband and I named our second son Aidan, born 2005. We knew it was becoming very popular, and we struggled with that, but in the end it was the one boys name that we both loved. Just today, while getting our Aidan's pictures taken, there was another Aidan getting his pictures taken. Lots of people do spell the name Aiden when they send letters, e-mails, etc. We went with the "an" ending (Aidan) because it was the more common way to spell the name. There's worse things in the world than having a common name." <strong>Feb. 3, 2006:</strong> <li> "My name is Aidan. It is a fairly well known name in Ireland, where I grew up. I came to the U.S. in 1989. As you can see from the graph above, I have been very busy ever since :-)." <strong>Feb. 2, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aidan in 1998 the only comment I got about it was, did we named him that from the main characters boyfriend on Sex in the City. At the time I had never seen the show. We picked the name out of a baby book. After about 2000 I saw a lot of babies named Aidan." <strong>Jan. 26, 2006:</strong> <li> "My son is named Aeden, because Aed is Gaelic for firey one and of course he has red hair. It is a very strong name and we loved it for years before he was born in 2002. We thought we were being original. At least the spelling was." <strong>Jan. 15, 2006:</strong> <li> "hi my name is Aidan im from Cork in Ireland i realy like the name as its unique but not too different and its just cool.emailme at [email protected]" <strong>Dec. 2, 2005:</strong> <li> "I like my name alot because I only know one person with the same name and he was named after me. They moved to another province." <strong>Nov. 26, 2005:</strong> <li> "my brothers name is aidan and his mom chose it because she thought it would be unpopular but by the time he turned 6 he had already met 10, and 3 live on his street! p.s. He's six" <strong>Nov. 22, 2005:</strong> <li> "My son, Aidan, was born on a Monday (scheduled c-section delivery). When we left the hospital on Friday, 5 other Aidans were in the nursery!! Everyone assumes that I named my son after the character of Aidan in the HBO hit "Sex and the City", but I fell in love with the name in 1985 ... when I first spied Aidan Quinn in "Desperately Seeking Susan"." <strong>Nov. 18, 2005:</strong> <li> "We thought it would be a relatively uncommon name and we liked it so we gave it to our son in 2004. We were a little disappointed to find out that EVERYONE knows an Aidan, a Jaden, or a Caden." <strong>Aug. 25, 2005:</strong> <li> "My name is aidan. However i find it is often spelt aiden." <strong>Aug. 12, 2005:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aidan in 1985. Since then I've heard or seen it a number of times, but generally with much younger boys. Yes, he has the same problems with spelling and pronunciation. I think it will become more popular- seems people should be ready for something "new"." <strong>Jul. 29, 2005:</strong> <li> "Always loved the name Aidan, before we even got married! Named our firstborn Aidan in 2002 and was shocked and how popular it became everywhere! We still get a TON of compliments on it and we still stand true to our feeling, it's a good, solid, strong name for our little boy!" <strong>Jul. 24, 2005:</strong> <li> "I am 11 years old and I?m an aidan to i love the name but it?s so annoying because everyone spells it wrong even my family it?s really annoying. Even spellcheck changes it to Aiden when my name is Aidan." <strong>May. 13, 2018:</strong> <li> "my name is aidan im 14 and alot of people spell it wrong and it drives me crazy but i love my name so much" <strong>Mar. 6, 2018:</strong> <li> "I named my daughter Aidan in 1990, thinking it would be original. Since our background is Korean, we felt that she would have a rare name (combo Irish-Korean). Her name has become unbelievably popular amongst adults in Korea who just pick European 1st names and add them on to their own! Can you believe (haha)? -- Sort of backfired on us! Lots of people pronounce it ayeedan (go figure) & she gets a lot of mail addressed to Mister..." <strong>Jan. 20, 2011:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Aidan. I love the name but my only problem with it is that it has blasted into popularity. Because of that fact and because he goes to school with so many "Aiden"s, people frequently misspell it as such. The schooling system sometimes mail us letters with his name spelled wrong! But I still love his name and describes him well." <strong>May. 3, 2010:</strong> <li> "Love the name - HATE the fact that it has become the Jennifer of its day. I honestly was at at a water park last week and there were so many dads yelling "aiden" and i swear half the boys under 5 turned around to see who was calling them. Completely overused." <strong>Jan. 13, 2010:</strong> <li> "My son, Aidan, was born in 2003. When he was born, most people spelledit Aidan. Now all the personalized things in stores spell it Aiden. I hate that because he can't get a personalized keychain, bike license plate, etc. And people constantly misspell it Aiden. His teachers do, the dr's office, etc. I would like to kow why the trend shifted to spelling it Aiden." <strong>Jan. 3, 2010:</strong> <li> "my father is Aidan, his grandfather is Aidin. I am also Aidan, as is my firstborn. We have landed." <strong>Dec. 29, 2009:</strong> <li> "I was originally going to name my son Jaden (which I have been told a lot of celebrity parents have named their sons). I didn't like at all but I did like the sound of Aidan (similar to Jaden minus the J) so I looked up the meaning for Aidan and fell in love with it. My son was born in August, making him a Leo which is a "fire" sign." <strong>Dec. 3, 2009:</strong> <li> "I have a 9-year-old named Aidan (born in July 2000). At the time, we had to point out to people who hadn't heard of it and thought maybe we made it up (which there were many) of the actor Aidan Quinn and the character on Sex & the City named Aidan (which is why I really think it took off earlier in the decade). He's the only Aidan in his 4th-grade class but there are MANY in the classes behind him. At the time we thought it was beautiful and unique and despite its popularity, I still think so. I also love that it means "fire." I can't imagine my Aidan being named anything else. And my husband and I like to consider ourselves trendsetters!" <strong>Oct. 8, 2009:</strong> <li> "My 2 y/o son is named Aidan. I thought it was such a strong name when I first read it on one of those baby name sites. I never heard of it before that. It is very suiting for our son. He has a firey spirit. Who cares if it is popular; it is a wonderful name, though I do not care for the weird ways people spell it." <strong>Jul. 17, 2009:</strong> <li> "My Aidan is a 18 month boy. We chose his name in the womb and thought it was unique. Come to find out it is very popular these days. His mother is a red haired Irish/English and I am full Vietnamese with black hair. My wife wanted to have an Irish name. We found that Aidan is the traditional Irish spelling. He has fair skin and copper/brown hair, big brown eyes, with some Asian features. We did not know what to expect, but he turned out to be a good looking kid." <strong>Jun. 18, 2009:</strong> <li> "my son is an aidan, and it's a beautiful perfect name, but sadly has caught fire, and there are too many kids with the name. oh well, i wouldn't change my son's name for the world. he is who he is, and he's an aidan. maybe other parents are on the trendy train, but when you've got an aidan, you can't help but name him properly." <strong>May. 2, 2009:</strong> <li> "As an Aidan from Ireland, I've always liked the fact that I had two first names, the Gaelic A?d?n (pronounced "ay-o-dawn") and the English-equivalent which is Aidan." <strong>Dec. 30, 2008:</strong> <li> "I wanted to name my son Aidan, I'm glad I didn't. Way too overused these days." <strong>Dec. 25, 2008:</strong> <li> "I used to like the name Aidan until trendy people started using it obsessively. Most people don't even know it's origins or the proper spelling. Aidan can be spelled Aidan, Aiden or Aedan, all are correct, not Aden or Aydin. Just like my name a few years ago, Sean, Aidan is being ruined just like Sean was by names like Shaun and Shawn." <strong>Dec. 18, 2008:</strong> <li> "My son Aidan is now 16 years old and when he was an infant everyone assumed we made the name up. I think he was probably 6 or 7 years old before he ever meet someone with his same name. I love the fact than people of non-Irish decent are using the name but I don't get it when they find the need to mis-spell it because they're not "Irish"! I makes no sense at all." <strong>Nov. 26, 2008:</strong> <li> "my sister's name is aidan she was born in 1991, at the time we knew no one with the name and have still heard very few girls with the name. we give her a hard time now because it's like the most popular boys name ever, and is now pretty unoriginal" <strong>May. 11, 2008:</strong> <li> "My granddaughter's name is Aidan. I love the name." <strong>Jan. 28, 2008:</strong> <li> "One of my soon to be 11 year old twins is named Aidan (his brother is Liam). We still love the name, although there seem to be a lot more around these days, thanks to Aidan on Sex and the City." <strong>Nov. 21, 2007:</strong> <li> "LOVE THIS NAME! It is so beautiful and matches anyones personalitys!" <strong>Sep. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "It's a pretty name But explain why three of thoses emo kids I know are called Aiden. Because it's mainstream, just like them =]" <strong>May. 30, 2007:</strong> <li> "I love the name, but I'm not sure I want to name my baby that, because I fear there will be 3 other Aidan's in his kindergarten class. (I like the spelling "Aiden" more)" <strong>Apr. 24, 2007:</strong> <li> "Loved this name and planned to use it until I realized how common it is. I think we'll call him Niall instead." <strong>Apr. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "i am naming my son Aidan and have had the same response with the spelling. Everyone thinks it should be Aiden." <strong>Apr. 17, 2007:</strong> <li> "I just named my son Aidan in 2006 but i'm dissapointed in how many people thing his name is spelt Aiden.. with an E" <strong>Apr. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "We wanted to name our first born Aidan, but it was a girl, so we waited a few years and in 2002, we finally had our Aidan!Good solid irish name. I have never met an Aidan that has not been "fiery"!" <strong>Oct. 1, 2006:</strong> <li> "I absolutely love this name. Didn't realise it was getting so popular though." <strong>Jul. 29, 2006:</strong> <li> "First heard it as a name for a soap opera character....then all the sudden I've heard it everywhere. I thought maybe it was Celtic after hearing the song Aidia.....not really sure what the origin is....I am not even sure I like the name." <strong>Jun. 25, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our littlec boy "Ayden" - a variation on the usual spelling. No one we know has ever known anyone with this spelling, although we did find it in a baby book spelt that way." <strong>Apr. 15, 2006:</strong> <li> "We chose the name for our first born in early 1990...but she was a girl & we wanted to save the name for a son. In 1995, we had a son (Aidan Thor). Now, since SEX AND THE CITY, everyone is naming their kid "Aidan". We are not pleased...wanted an uncommon name...but it's so excellent, who can blame them?? And, yes, it's often misspelled (Aiden)." <strong>Feb. 7, 2006:</strong> <li> "My son's name is spelled AYDEN. Although the name is extremely popular, this spelling isn't as widely used." <strong>Jan. 17, 2006:</strong> <li> "It is a name without western roots or an English equivilant. It has been spelled phonetically as Aiden and Aidan or any other combination you like. Some choose the "Aidan" spelling for its Christian roots in Saint Aidan. Some spell it any other way to avoid that connotation." <strong>Jan. 3, 2006:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aidan..which at the time was very unusual...but it has now hit the U.S. and I'm glad..I don't ever hear "I've never heard that before" anymore. Besides, a visiting priest from Ireland who shared the same name said it is making a comeback in Ireland-cool!" <strong>Nov. 21, 2005:</strong> <li> "I found it nice because My husband and I are Turkish-Persian-American.we are looking for a name which is nice and meaningful in 3 languages!If it is spelled Aidan it means brightness and well_being." <strong>Aug. 31, 2005:</strong> <li> "Yes, it's my name and has been for many years! The hardest part of "living" with it is the mis-spellings and mis-pronunciations (Aiden, Adian, Aidian, Adrian, etc). With it's recent increase in popularity, especially with traditional spelling, it's getting better!" <strong>May. 28, 2005:</strong> <li> "Love the name, but with the popularity increasing so much in such a short period of time, you have to wonder if it will be around for a while or if it will just be a name for the generation born in the 1990s and 2000s." <strong>May. 21, 2005:</strong> <li> "my name is Aidan and everybody at my school is named Aidan or some other spelling and the teachers always spell it wroung and some just call me totally different names like Aiden or adam becuase they dont know how to spellit and and at least 10 other boys are named Aidan in my GRADE." <strong>Nov. 5, 2019:</strong> <li> "The name "Aidan" stinks. I dont know any idiots that would possibly name their kid Aidan except for this kid Ray. I hate everyone named Aidan and everyone who likes the name." <strong>May. 14, 2009:</strong> <li> "thinking of naming my son aiden (he's not born yet) and i love the name." <strong>Apr. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "it's just a stupid name i don't like it and it doesn't roll off my toung easily TANYA sorry but i dont like it" <strong>Aug. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "This name looks familiar...Didn't I already see it on the list? No matter how you spell a name it's still the same name...unoriginal" <strong>Aug. 7, 2005:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 36 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 95,920 boys in the United States have been named Aidan since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2003, when 10,055 people in the U.S. were given the name Aidan. Those people are now 17 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
662021-11-28 22:31:35Aiden200915,846Aboy91%95459<li> "We named our son Aiden, 9 years ago after an incredible pyrotechnic show from a RUSH concert. It's Celtic for fire and he was born early the next day. By the way, his middle name is Lee after lead singer Geddy Lee of RUSH." <strong>Nov. 11, 2011:</strong> <li> "One of my best friends are named Aiden! :D I love that name." <strong>Oct. 29, 2011:</strong> <li> "Yy son is due on Nov18th his name will be Aiden Van. Van is his fathers middle name, he will carry tOo.. :D" <strong>Oct. 26, 2011:</strong> <li> "My son is Aiden. His older brother is Liam and they go about as well together as brothers can be expected too :P. I didn't know any other Aidens at the time, but now I know many. I still wouldn't change it for the world because it fits him perfectly!" <strong>Sep. 18, 2011:</strong> <li> "Our daughter is named Aidan. Found in baby book as girl's name. Loved it; Irish heritage, pretty sound, a bit different without invention. Book said it meant the signal fire used when important things needed to be communicated between villages within a realm. All good. No problems with people accepting it. Lots of compliments." <strong>Jul. 15, 2011:</strong> <li> "People often spell our son's name Aidan it is really spelled Aiden." <strong>May. 17, 2011:</strong> <li> "my son named his pup aiden i know this is about childs name but she is he little girl.... an she is very fiesty an very strong willed" <strong>Jan. 10, 2011:</strong> <li> "We have a 7 year daughter named Ayden Layne. I met a girl named Aden about 16 years ago & loved it, we just added a "Y"" <strong>May. 23, 2010:</strong> <li> "My daughter named her son Aiden. It fits. I love him andthe name . can't think of a better name." <strong>Apr. 11, 2010:</strong> <li> "My daughter who is is 2 is named Aydan. It means "little fire" I wanted an Irish name, though I am Brazilian, Aydan's father is Irish. Aydan doesn't have much of a fiery personality but she IS sweet and LOVES people and animals. She brings warmth and light where ever she goes which I think makes the name appropriate. I am glad to read that there are other girl Aydan's out there. I was worried she was stuck with a "boy" name and would be made fun of for it." <strong>Mar. 28, 2010:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aiden Blake nad he's 6 years old. I LOVE the name & always thought it was for boys but think it's kinda cute for girls too." <strong>Jan. 20, 2010:</strong> <li> "Our son's name is Ayden Orion. He sure lives up to his name everyday. But then, the sweetness in that little (BIG) heart of his will soften you right up, into a big pile of mush. Interesting that he thinks flames are the coolest thing to have on his bike and anything. And a Leo at that (a fire sign). Coincidentally, I just figure this interesting fact out. Huh... It all makes sense now. Have a wonderful Day!" <strong>Dec. 23, 2009:</strong> <li> "2 weeks before i gave birth to my son, i began asking friends for name suggestion and in the first 24 hours, 3 friends suggested aiden/aidan and i loved it!! i had never heard it before, and now i hear how popular it is but owell. and fiery spirit, for sure! my son even has bright red hair to match!" <strong>Nov. 4, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son is Aiden James. How much more Irish could one get?" <strong>Oct. 28, 2009:</strong> <li> "I am due in October with my first child at 33...wasn't supposed to be able to get pregnant and so I never thought of baby names. When I found out I was indeed pregnant I just KNEW it was a boy. When I started looking through names Aiden Riley was the name that stuck. He's had the same name for 9months now. I don't care how popular it is or isn't. Unless he doesn't look like an Aiden (no matter how it's spelled) that's his name and I like it." <strong>Aug. 31, 2009:</strong> <li> "I'm an Aiden Couper, and i love my name! =P I think, stange as it may sound, that my name had given me a great upbringing! People seem to like my name, there isn't much trouble with spelling or pronunciation and it has a good crispness to it i think, unlike drew. It needs to be spelt A-I-D-E-N though, aidan is too heavy with all the a's and ayden is to complex... Aiden in celtic means Fire too! and thats pretty sweet i think. I rarely find other Aiden's I live in melbourne and have only ever encountered one other person spelt my way. it was very strange... i dont know how michaels can do it! =P hope my positive attitude shines a good light on my name! see you all!" <strong>May. 25, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son name is Aiden William, I love this name, it was my favorite and my bfs too. His middle name is after his dads middle name. I wanted to name hime Aiden Cristopher after his dad first name but we thought william was cuter!!:)" <strong>Mar. 26, 2009:</strong> <li> "My boyfriend picked this name for our son because he thought it was unique. I tried to tell him it was not but he just liked it. Now I'm glad we named him Aiden. His name really fits him!" <strong>Mar. 16, 2009:</strong> <li> "My little Aiden is such a cutie! His middle name is Christopher (after his dad). No problems with the name and Ive had TONS of people comment how much they liked the name. Its the new Adam/Michael!" <strong>Feb. 6, 2009:</strong> <li> "When we had our first child I picked the name Anthony, when our second was on the wasy and found out it was a boy, I saw the name Aiden and thought it was great and keeping with the "A". I did not know of the popularity until now. Dont matter though my Aiden is one of a kind." <strong>Jan. 11, 2009:</strong> <li> "My baby is due any day now and his name will be Aiden Brown, Brown being the middle name which is my girlfriend of 10 years last name." <strong>Jan. 1, 2009:</strong> <li> "When we named our son we felt that brayden, kaden, and jayden were over used so we dropped all the letters in front and named him aiden edward. That was 4 years ago. I had never heard that name. Now it's a very popular name. I now have two boys and we named our 2nd son Isaac Michael. We felt that Aiden & Isaac went together well." <strong>Dec. 31, 2008:</strong> <li> "Iam going to name my son Aiden, we are Indian Origin, and i think this name will suit him so well...and i just love the sound of it :)" <strong>Dec. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "My son is Aiden James and he is one firery spirit that's for sure! He fits his name and his name fits his personality. He is my love,my life and my heart." <strong>Dec. 15, 2008:</strong> <li> "My husband picked this name out 2 years ago....and YES now according to certain sites its "overused" which actually hurts my feelings. I had never even heard of the name before we found it, let alone run into anyone with that name." <strong>Dec. 2, 2008:</strong> <li> "I chose Aiden for my son in 2000. I did not choose the Aidan spelling because I did not want people to shorten his name to Dan. No one shortens his name anyway. We only knew 1 Aiden when he was born, now we know about with multiple spellings including Ayden!" <strong>Nov. 14, 2008:</strong> <li> "I'm due in march and the babys name will be Aiden James" <strong>Nov. 13, 2008:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aiden Brody Licon. I picked it because the meaning of my name is fire and my husbands is little... and Aiden means little fire." <strong>Sep. 12, 2008:</strong> <li> "we are of Indian origin ( India). We love the name aiden. It sounds beautiful with my husband's last name. Aiden Chandler Dakshina. He is going places with that name." <strong>Jul. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "Aiden is my baby brother and he is an angel...sometimes." <strong>Jun. 18, 2008:</strong> <li> "Aiden isnt from Sex and the City, his name was spelled Aidan." <strong>May. 17, 2008:</strong> <li> "I named my son Josh Aiden .. everyone like's the cute name..." <strong>May. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "It's my son's name and he lives up to the name daily!!" <strong>Nov. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "Reminds me of one of my favorite bands - post-hardcore rockers Aiden <3" <strong>Sep. 11, 2007:</strong> <li> "I love this name and will be naming my soon to be soon Aiden" <strong>Jul. 14, 2007:</strong> <li> "MY FAVORITE GUYS NAME! Im gonna name my kid that if he is a boy! And, he is my special sweet hearts name, this name, is TO DIE FOR!" <strong>Jul. 1, 2007:</strong> <li> "Well, I named my son Aiden almost two years ago and boy I didn't realize how popular it was until after I named him it. It seemed like everyone was running around with a baby named Aiden." <strong>Jun. 25, 2007:</strong> <li> "We named our son Ayden Cooper. My husband and I are both A's so we wanted to stick with it. It just stinks that we now know 3 other children named Aydan, Aiden, Aidan (all Girls) I can just imagine that he's going to end up having quite a few other Ayden's in his class as he's growing up. I think Ayden is one of those boys names that sounds cute for girls too, but Ayden will always be a boys name in my book." <strong>May. 29, 2007:</strong> <li> "We named our son Ayden Cooper. My husband and I are both A's so we wanted to stick with it. It just stinks that we now know 3 other children named Aydan, Aiden, Aidan (all Girls) I can just imagine that he's going to end up having quite a few other Ayden's in his class as he's growing up. I think Ayden is one of those boys names that sounds cute for girls too, but Ayden will always be a boys name in my book." <strong>May. 29, 2007:</strong> <li> "Our eldest son is named Aiden Bryce...we love the name but I guess we could be biased!!!" <strong>May. 20, 2007:</strong> <li> "My sons name is Aiden Ivan, but his baptism name is Aiden Gabriel and everyone loves it because it is so unique." <strong>Apr. 5, 2007:</strong> <li> "I names my second son Aiden Christopher and I love it!! Everyone that I come across who ask what my baby's name is and I tell them Aiden Christopher- they love it too! Most people say what a cute name and they love the two names put together. Stefanie from South Dakota" <strong>Mar. 16, 2007:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aidan in 2003. I loved the name since hearing it on Sex & The City years earlier. (lame, I know, but I did research it and we just loved the way it sounds) Also, we are of Irish and Scottish descent. The name means "fiery". Spelled Aiden it is Irish. Spelled Aidan, it is Scottish. (and oddly enough, my spell check recognizes aiden as being spelled wrong...not so with Aidan. Weird :o)" <strong>Mar. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "this is my son's name and he is named after the gothic/ punk band. i am stationed in germany and the germans pronounce the name "iden" which i think is pretty cool" <strong>Mar. 1, 2007:</strong> <li> "I love it, but I didn't pick it. It was between Aiden and Vance. I went with Vance." <strong>Jan. 19, 2007:</strong> <li> "Our 4 year old sons name is Aiden Gabriel and we just LOVE IT! I always had my heart set on that name even before it became trendy. Our son was born in 2003, so I think that we might have just missed the "too trendy" cut off. I would not have cared any way- we just love it. Aiden means "Little firey one" and out little guy is definietly that at times:)Everyone tells us how much they just adore his name- Only boy in his entire preschool with that name! Don't worry about what anyone else thinks of your child's name. It is your choice and your baby will have that name the rest of their lives, so make sure it's what YOU want!" <strong>Jan. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "My husband, who thinks boys should only have traditional names, found Aiden and loved it! So Aiden it will be! I was SHOCKED when a baby magazine said people are using it for a girl's name. (Whichever poster above said it was whimpy for a boy hasn't seen a pre-school class full of 3 male Aidens and the one, poor girl Ayden who has to constantly explain to her peers that her name COULD be for a boy or a girl. A little bit ostracising if you ask me but there's no denying that the name is gorgeous!) We're going with Aiden Kade. Everyone has loved it and twice we have been told that it's a "strong" name that sounds great for a boy. Wouldn't every guy in high school like to have a sporty, tough sounding name?!! (And wouldn't every girl like to date a guy whose name evokes images of buff, muscular models?!!)" <strong>Dec. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "Aiden is an Amazing name I had sex with a guy with name, I had the best time ever!" <strong>Dec. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named one of our twin boys Aidan and I cannot imagine a better name for him!" <strong>Nov. 14, 2006:</strong> <li> "We just named our son Aiden and he is a "little fire" so its perfect." <strong>Nov. 7, 2006:</strong> <li> "It is a wonderful name. It means fiery, but that is not a bad thing. My Aiden has fire and strength and determination and those are all positive traits if nurtured just right!" <strong>Nov. 6, 2006:</strong> <li> "Our niece just had a baby boy and called him Aiden!! 1/2 an hour ago! We have heard him on the mobile and will see him tomorrow!!" <strong>Nov. 3, 2006:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aiden he was born in 03' I named him aiden because the name wasn't too popular then..now it's like he's going to be in class with 3 other aiden." <strong>Oct. 13, 2006:</strong> <li> "Our son is due in January. We have agreed on the name Ayden James. I will always call him Ayden, but when he is older, he has the option to be AJ. I think it is a very strong name :)" <strong>Sep. 25, 2006:</strong> <li> "I named my son aiden 7 years ago because it was a name that i had only heard of once.I spelt it with an E instead of an A to be different and now there is haden,jaden,and caden.My son fits the meaning of his name to the T.I still love the name just wish it wasn't so popular." <strong>Sep. 9, 2006:</strong> <li> "I am having a boy in October 2006 and I am naming him Aidan. I found the name while looking on the internet under celtic names and just fell in love with it! It's the first name I picked and I am sticking with it. I don't know anyone with a child named Aidan or even anyone named Aidan. There are two ways to spell it, obviously, I found this spelling was the name of a saint. So hopefully I'll have a saint myself!! haha" <strong>Sep. 8, 2006:</strong> <li> "people spell my name wrong alot but when it comes to them pronounceing it they always pronounce it right. each school i go to there is always a 1 or 3 kids named Aiden. ps. i am 20" <strong>Sep. 7, 2006:</strong> <li> "We are naming our son Aiden Christopher and have had Absolutly zero negative reactions! Our last name is Martin and it means Warlke and Combative too! So the meaning Firey just fit! Besides I like popular names too. I have 2 daughters also named Kaitlyn and Hailey! Ive read popular names help your child fit in and be more excepted by thier peers!" <strong>Aug. 28, 2006:</strong> <li> "I just got my first grandchild; a beautiful boy - Aiden Christopher!!" <strong>Aug. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "My nephew's name is Aiden. I thinks it's a unique boys name without getting to odd. I didn't know of any Aidens' until my nephew." <strong>Aug. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our first born son Aiden because it's a cool name." <strong>Aug. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "Our son is called Aiden. He has a strong character and is very fiesty!! Where I live the name is not common, which is good. Most people pronounce it correctly." <strong>Aug. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "Aiden, this is the name of our future son. It ages very well.." <strong>Jul. 31, 2006:</strong> <li> "I just had a baby 10 weeks ago and named him Aidan. Most people spell it with an e instead of a but we chose a. We love the name :)" <strong>Jul. 29, 2006:</strong> <li> "Aiden is a fantastic name. It does not seem so original like other names such as "tom". Every person named Aiden is very special indeed. From Aiden James Scott [email protected]" <strong>Jul. 27, 2006:</strong> <li> "I had my daughter in March and I named her Aiden because it is a bible name...everyone said it's beautiful because its different." <strong>Jul. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> ""boring...aiden caiden jaiden...can't anyone be original?" If that isn't the most unoriginal thing to say . . . My Aiden is 8 months old and he is the fire in my heart, and he keeps his two older brothers 2 and 4 busy chasing him and tickling him. You just can't have too many of that." <strong>Jul. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "I named my little girl "Aedyn" and thought I was being completely orginial at the time. This was apparently around the time everyone else thought it would be a good idea. I still love the name and I especially love it for a girl. And yes, my Aedyn is very firey." <strong>Jun. 1, 2006:</strong> <li> "when my son was born late october 2004 he was going to be named dorian, but as soon as he was borne into this world we immediately saw that his personality did not match the name. My wife always liked the name Aiden, and knew it meant firey one. seeing how that fit this newborn's personality it became his name. I hadnt realized just how perfect it was until this year. That and the double whammy of him being a scorpio. wow." <strong>May. 26, 2006:</strong> <li> "My hubby and I happen to be very tempermental and we are sure our son cant escape that, so we gonna name him aiden, a blend of both our characters. we gonna love him that way." <strong>May. 18, 2006:</strong> <li> "I know an Aidan, and yes the name reflects the personality: a very strong, wise, old soul for a youthful feeling name." <strong>May. 6, 2006:</strong> <li> "My name is Aiden and i'm 21 years old. I see my parents were original!!! It wasnt popular back in the 80's. I People always ask me how i spell it, which can get annoying. But overall its a great name" <strong>Apr. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aiden in 2005 and people asked where we got the name from. Now in 2006 it seems to be a lot more popular, and no one asks us anymore. I love the name! I wish it stayed original." <strong>Mar. 24, 2006:</strong> <li> "i love the name its my name! except i spell it Aidan (it looks nicer) and thats the way most people spell it in Ireland considering its an Irish name. but the Irish for Aidan is Aodhain" <strong>Mar. 22, 2006:</strong> <li> "Nice name. My friend just called her little boy Aiden John..so another AJ" <strong>Mar. 14, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aiden a few years ago. Now it seems like everyone is named Aiden. I still like the name though. We are now expecting a girl and we want to make sure we don't name her anything too popular." <strong>Mar. 1, 2006:</strong> <li> "We are having our 3rd child, a boy, in less than 24 hours. Going with "Aiden Scott" for the name...thanks!" <strong>Feb. 28, 2006:</strong> <li> "great name, not boring at all! We named our son Aiden. We love it. we liked the name befor it got popular. it might be popular now but it will drop off eventually. We were not worried about that........." <strong>Feb. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "My new grandson is named Aiden, my daughter chose that as there is noone in the family with that name and everyone loves it, and they all pronounce it right too." <strong>Jan. 18, 2006:</strong> <li> "I just named my son Aidan and everyone loves it! Some people spell it incorrectly but that is because they are too lazy to ask for the correct spelling." <strong>Jan. 17, 2006:</strong> <li> "Aiden hmm nice name Had a friend name his son that. i think its a powerfull Name yet discrete.who knows Maybe Somethings up." <strong>Jan. 5, 2006:</strong> <li> "My only grandson's name. Of course, it is a great name." <strong>Jan. 3, 2006:</strong> <li> "I like the name, and we are thinking about it for our son, who is due in June... happy naming to you all!" <strong>Dec. 27, 2005:</strong> <li> "I've met a couple of kids with this names- enough that i know how to spell (pr pronouce) it correctly. it still strikes me as very original." <strong>Dec. 23, 2005:</strong> <li> ""Little Fire" that what I like about Aiden. A boy with a little fire in him must be good if he knows how to use it positively. My soon to be born son going to have a little fire in him, yah!" <strong>Dec. 22, 2005:</strong> <li> "I have a son named Aiden everyone thinks that it is a beautiful name, I chose this name because his dad's name is Adam, and also that it means strong and masculine, as for as the fire part goes he is only 9 months old so we will have to wait and see." <strong>Dec. 15, 2005:</strong> <li> "i will be nameing my son Aiden coz its and irish/gaelic name from my heritage" <strong>Dec. 5, 2005:</strong> <li> "Got a seven year old called Aiden. he is very fiery but also loving, caring, and sensitive.People always comment on what a nice name it is and we still really like the name now." <strong>Nov. 30, 2005:</strong> <li> "Me and my man are thinking about naming our future son Aiden. We live in Sweden, so it's absolutely NOT a common name here, which is perfect! However, I think many will spell his name "Aidan"... hmm.. well, not a problem, since it's such a beautiful name, and the pronounciation of the two names are the same...!=)" <strong>Nov. 24, 2005:</strong> <li> "I love it and plan on calling my child aiden or possible ayden. i'm just worried. do you evey get the nickname of "aids" or something like that? cause i wouldn't like that at all. and does the problem with spelling the name become annoying? (especially when they're young). i must admit, i do love it though! and it would be an awesome name for my little boy." <strong>Nov. 16, 2005:</strong> <li> "Be careful who you name "Aiden" as it means firey child or just plain fire. We named our son Aiden and his personality reflects it's meaning. Also my mother says he is her "revenge child" because he favors my behavoir, but my name is Angel so what do you make of that?! People often pronounce it correctly and usually asked how it is spelled. Almost everyone we meet comments that "Aiden" is a pretty name and that their friend or counsin named their son that." <strong>Sep. 9, 2005:</strong> <li> "I am a girl named Aiden. People do have problems spelling it, and many people assume I won't act very feminine since I have this name. Until a few years ago, most people I talked to had never met someone named Aiden, so overall i have to love my name" <strong>Sep. 7, 2005:</strong> <li> "I'm thinking about naming our son Aiden. I think it is a beautiful name, very strong and secure" <strong>Aug. 4, 2005:</strong> <li> "nice name but very popular over the past few years" <strong>Jun. 22, 2005:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aiden. When we tell people what his name is, they always ask how to spell it." <strong>Jun. 22, 2005:</strong> <li> "My grandson was just named Aiden, born on the 3rd of July. Has an Irish heritage so that goes well with the name. Just not sure about how he will like it in the future. He was given two middle names that are strong and traditional so he has choices if he needs them." <strong>Jul. 5, 2013:</strong> <li> "aiden adan mean fire.. whereas the Turkish name Aydin means enlightened or light of the moon. In islam the meaning of the name is very important so it has to be spelt the correct way. 35 weeks pregnant with a little boy. Will be naming him Aydin kamran <3" <strong>Feb. 9, 2012:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aiden and even though it has been very popular I will always love that name. My husband tattoed Aiden in flames on his arms after the meaning of the name, and he is a little spitfire!" <strong>Jan. 9, 2012:</strong> <li> "My name is Aiden and I haven't had any problems with the name. I was born in the mid 90's and the name was very uncommon. I got so used to the feeling of knowing my name was so unused by others that I felt like I was the only Aiden around. Now, I can't go to an airport thinking someone was talking to me. I have yet to find anyone else my age with the same name (only little kids)" <strong>Aug. 12, 2011:</strong> <li> "The son in the movie one of the sequels "The Ring" is also named Aidan. Its not just from the show "Sex and The City"" <strong>Feb. 3, 2011:</strong> <li> "The name is A-i-d-a-n. This is the original/ true irish name! America has battered this name making it hard for real irish people to understand the true spelling of it. AIDAN people!!" <strong>Jan. 19, 2011:</strong> <li> "I named my daughter Aiden in 2002. It was not a popular name at that time. She was born on the 4th of July, and having Irish ancestry I thought it fitting. I was a little disappointed to find out a few years later her name was the most popular baby name." <strong>Dec. 15, 2010:</strong> <li> "I hate the names Aiden and Jayden- not because they aren't nice names, which they are indeed. The problem I have with both those names is the fact that they have become such a fad. They're over-used to the point where they've become common and passe. Parents in this country need to be more original and quit hopping on bandwagons, it's stupid." <strong>Oct. 10, 2010:</strong> <li> "My daughters name is Aidenn, it is said that it means heaven or Eden, from the works of Edgar Allen Poe. Not from Sex and the City." <strong>Jun. 5, 2010:</strong> <li> "Why not name your kid something trendy? atleast he won't get picked on, because kids will be used to it.. i'm naming my son Aiden Alexander and i love it." <strong>Nov. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "I like Aiden for a girl! Considering for our next child that is due in May." <strong>Nov. 13, 2009:</strong> <li> "My husband and i are expecting our first child this jan. and we are going to name him Ayden Kole Jessop. I think it has such a ring to it! my husband picked Ayden and I Kole. I cant wait to meet my little boy!" <strong>Sep. 18, 2009:</strong> <li> "My name is Aidan, I'm 22 so you could say I'm one of the first. No one has ever shortened my Name to Dan. It's slightly disappointing that in 20 years my name will be like Joe, John and Brian...that is, there will be three in every classroom or office...go with a unique name for your boy because when he's older he'll appreciate not being confused with anyone else." <strong>Jun. 20, 2009:</strong> <li> "My wife and I chose the name Aiden for our first born because it's just such a great name. It goes with my son perfect because he's such a happy baby. We love it and am sure he will too when he's older. P.S. STOP writing bad remarks on this name it's free for anyone to use!!" <strong>Apr. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "i love this name my cousin has this name spelt like this i even know a girl with this name she's one of my bestfriends :]" <strong>Apr. 13, 2009:</strong> <li> "Aiden can be spelled three ways correctly, Aiden, Aidan, or Aedan. All these are the correct Irish ways that they were meant to be spelled as not these dumb trendy ways like Ayden that are ruining the Irishness of the name. Just like my name Sean which was trendy a few years back it was ruined by dumb spelling variants like Shaun and Shawn. Aiden was a nice name before ignorant people started a trend and didn't know how to spell it or knew what it meant or its history." <strong>Dec. 18, 2008:</strong> <li> "My five year old nephew is named Aidan and my boys call him "Aids." Drives his mom crazy! It also bums her out that it seemed so original when they chose it, but now it is so common." <strong>Dec. 18, 2008:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aiden Conri but I didn't realize that it was so popular, there are no other Aiden's in my area. We picked the name because we liked it but also the meaning. It is an Irish based name meaning little fire (I am very Irish) and since I had a lot of heartburn during my pregnancy my husband and I thought it would be a cute litle inside joke and help us to remember our journey. Our son will be a year very soon, and he has hair partway down his back, so I think the old wives tale about heartburn and baby's hair is TRUE!" <strong>May. 17, 2008:</strong> <li> "I'm naming my future son Aiden, because im a huge fan of the band, and think it makes a cool name ^-^" <strong>Apr. 21, 2008:</strong> <li> "I'm naming my son Aiden Gabino... It's what I always thought of to name him.... I've been calling him that even before I learned of his Gender...lol...I just love the name...so strong..." <strong>Apr. 17, 2008:</strong> <li> "Everyone is naming their son Aiden because of the show Sex and the City, Aiden was the perfect guy. Take a look at the chart, the popularity of the name skyrockets in 2000 and up." <strong>Mar. 24, 2008:</strong> <li> "we haven't met many people wiht this name so it must be pretty rare! I had never even herd of it till my mom started watching a kid named Aiden!" <strong>Nov. 17, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aiden (he's almost four). We knew no Aidens when he was born- and now we run into them everywhere. I love that is sounds masculine- and it works well for us. However, if you're looking for a name to be uniquely yours- keep looking!" <strong>Aug. 11, 2007:</strong> <li> "My daughter, Aedyn Michael (yes, like the boy Michael), turns five years old on Monday. I have met a couple of boys around 3 years old or so with the name Aidan, but no one that has heard of using the spelling I did. Looking around, it looks like that spelling has become pretty popular for boys in the last couple of years. Go figure" <strong>Apr. 4, 2007:</strong> <li> "At first i wanted to name my son Braydon but a friend beat me to it so Aiden was 2nd and someone i worked with stole this one also! Im thinking about saying the heck with it and just pretending i forgot about their kids..." <strong>Mar. 20, 2007:</strong> <li> "Any body who thinks a name can make you popular is dumm...Also back when I had to go through school in the 1980s Aidan was a little too close to AIDS - needless to say what happened. Also no pens/keyrings/mugs/badges with your name on, and your lucky if it isn't miss spelled! That said I do love MY name, and until maybe 5 years ago I had never heard anyone called it before - I now get confused when women in shops are shouting Aidan come here, only to look round and see a toddler getting shoutted at.....Hopefully it wont become too popular, now I am older the girls seem to like it and I dont want MY name asociated with hoards of chav babys." <strong>Dec. 22, 2006:</strong> <li> "Love it. It means firey and this world needs more of it." <strong>Dec. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love this name. I've noticed that people always repeat it when they hear it for the first time - thought provoking perhaps?" <strong>Nov. 15, 2006:</strong> <li> "Man, make a single TV hunk named Aiden (Sex & The City), and now every woman of childrearing age wants a kid with that name! Yikes!" <strong>Oct. 8, 2006:</strong> <li> "I had a difficult time finding a name for my son but fell in love with "Aiden". Although the name is becoming more popular the spelling isn't. And his last initial being "J" just seemed to make it the perfect name for him." <strong>Sep. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "I am surprised at how popular this spelling has become. We named our daughter this in January 2002, and altered the spelling from the traditional male name of Aidan." <strong>Sep. 8, 2006:</strong> <li> "we are having a girl next march and have decided to name HER Aiden Elizabeth. I think this name is as beautiful for a girl as a boy" <strong>Aug. 30, 2006:</strong> <li> "Say thank you to "Sex and the City" for making this name so popular" <strong>Aug. 15, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love the name! I don't run into many people with it!" <strong>Aug. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aiden because I'm of Irish descent and my husband's parents (who are Korean) can pronounce it. It means little fiery one - and boy is he ever! Unfortunately, the name is becoming more & more popular so I'm afraid he'll end up in class with several other Aidens or Aidans. I have also met several girls named Aiden in the last year. It's still a beautiful name though." <strong>Jun. 22, 2006:</strong> <li> "aidan is a GREAT girl's name, but very wimpy for boys. it is turning into a girl's name, so parents might want to think twice before using it for boys." <strong>Jun. 14, 2006:</strong> <li> "I USED TO BABYSIT A LITTLE BOY NAMED AIDEN HIS PERSONALITY REFLECTS HIS NAME VERY FIERY AND VERY DISRESPECTFUL" <strong>Jun. 1, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aiden. While i was in hospital my nurse told me the newborn in the next room is also named as Aiden" <strong>Mar. 14, 2006:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aiden due to the meaning not really the sound of it. I had a baby name book which stated Aiden meant "Warmth of the Home"" <strong>Jan. 13, 2006:</strong> <li> "well this name was so evil that i just want to tell my bother to name his son that to and b/c it a name of a band ya" <strong>Jan. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "our son is named aiden. when we named him people had never heard of it. now, it seems like every third child is an aiden, jaden, caden or braden....... aaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrgggggggghhhhhhhhh!" <strong>Jan. 3, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love that name!!! I usually am very picky with baby names, but I just adore this name" <strong>Dec. 29, 2005:</strong> <li> "I'm a girl name Aidan and many have trouble spelling and believe it a boys name. My mother said aidan was for girls and aiden for boys is this true?" <strong>Dec. 16, 2005:</strong> <li> "If you look up the meaning- it simply states "strong and masculine"" <strong>Oct. 12, 2005:</strong> <li> "This name is very positive. It sounds like a name that would make a boy popular." <strong>Jun. 2, 2005:</strong> <li> "AIDEN IS TERRIBLE! JUST CALL IT AIDAN, THE ORIGINAL WAY" <strong>Apr. 2, 2017:</strong> <li> "Very much a bandwagon name that exploded in popularity in the early 21st century." <strong>Jan. 26, 2010:</strong> <li> "Every redneck in town is naming their kid Aiden. I liked the name at first, now I hate it." <strong>Jul. 4, 2009:</strong> <li> "i know this baby named aiden. he kinda looks like Heinz Ward" <strong>May. 20, 2009:</strong> <li> "way over used, just like Brayden, Caden, Hayden, and Jayden. I guess I like more original names." <strong>Nov. 22, 2008:</strong> <li> "I have thought of the name Aidan for over a decade. I had my son in 2004 and used the name. I thought I was being original. Unfortunately I never watched "sex and the city" and there was a character named Aidan. The show made the name Aidan one of the most popular in the 2000s" <strong>Oct. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "Aiden is the name a gorey band. They have a popular song called "Die Romantic."" <strong>May. 1, 2006:</strong> <li> "very boring, and so unorginal...can people stop making names up for boys...sounds like a girls name" <strong>Nov. 22, 2005:</strong> <li> "boring...aiden caiden jaiden...can't anyone be original?" <strong>Aug. 7, 2005:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 45 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 129,796 boys in the United States have been named Aiden since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2009, when 15,846 people in the U.S. were given the name Aiden. Those people are now 11 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
672021-11-28 22:31:43Aidyn2011363Aboy100%2<p> <li>Records indicate that 2,089 boys in the United States have been named Aidyn since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2011, when 363 people in the U.S. were given the name Aidyn. Those people are now 9 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
682021-11-28 22:31:48Ajay2003157Aboy?1<li> "I t is wonderful, sweet, small name I LOVE MY NAME and my friends call me jay............ i am very thankful to my parents for choosing my name such a unique and different name..." <strong>Dec. 20, 2012:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 157 boys in the United States have been named Ajay since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2003, when 157 people in the U.S. were given the name Ajay. Those people are now 17 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
692021-11-28 22:31:58Akeem1990570Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 3,844 boys in the United States have been named Akeem since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1990, when 570 people in the U.S. were given the name Akeem. Those people are now 30 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
702021-11-28 22:32:00Akira192754Aboy?1<li> "A popular boy's name in Japan at the present time, but it is also given to girls. Notable male bearers in Japan include the character Akira/Blue Mask in a Power Rangers-like show in 1987 called 'Hikari Sentai Maskman' (Light Squadron Maskman) and he is the funny one in that team. In the Philippine Tagalog of Maskman, however, his name was changed to Adrian, while French fans of the show refer to him as 'Allain'" <strong>Oct. 14, 2009:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 54 boys in the United States have been named Akira since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1927, when 54 people in the U.S. were given the name Akira. Those people are now 93 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
712021-11-28 22:32:07Al1959437Aboy100%1<p> <li>Records indicate that 15,593 boys in the United States have been named Al since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1959, when 437 people in the U.S. were given the name Al. Those people are now 62 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
722021-11-28 22:32:14Alan19559,029Aboy100%64<li> "my brothers middle name is Alan and it fits him..i love this name!" <strong>Mar. 30, 2009:</strong> <li> "I'm another Alan but i live in scotland where it is quite a common name. people are forever spelling it wrong with 2 L's it really gets on my nerves having to tell people who write it down that they spelled it wrong. when spelled with 2 L's it is a surname. (usually Allen) The name itself doesn't bother me or make me happy... it's just my name :)" <strong>Feb. 16, 2009:</strong> <li> "Well I did meet up with a 'Allen' once. Felt really weird when we called each another. I admit that I didnt do much justice to the meaning of 'Alan' the handsome one. However, I do prefer another meaning of 'Alan', which is little rock. Steadfast and Stubborn(oops...I meant persistent)" <strong>Nov. 13, 2008:</strong> <li> "my bfs name is alan and thats what we are going to name the baby" <strong>Sep. 25, 2006:</strong> <li> "No one ever pronounces my name wrong, but more often than not it is spelled incorrectly, usually Allen. I have never met an "Alan" who spells it with an "a" and two "l's". "Alan" is a good name because it's simple, direct and not very common it seems. Stats tell us otherwise, but I rarely meet another "Alan." In the small town I live in there is someone not even remotely related to me who has the same first, middle, and last name as I have. We've never met, but we occassionally get each other's mail. As an aside, it's interesting that a word search on this site for "Alan" also comes up with "Alma" as a man's name. Oddly enough, my mother's name is "Alma," and I can assure you she's not a male." <strong>Mar. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "Carried this name for 52 years. Glad my parents named me this. Common enough not to be weird yet not common common!" <strong>Jan. 27, 2006:</strong> <li> "is the best name ever. im handsome girls love the name." <strong>Apr. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Alandon. I never have seen anyone with that name before. If anyone knows anyone with that name, i would love to know." <strong>Oct. 11, 2007:</strong> <li> "In ireland the name Alan is a first name meaning handsome, and Allen is a surname. It is a celtic name" <strong>Jun. 16, 2007:</strong> <li> "My older brother's name. He always complains because people spell it "ALLAN" with two "L". He frequently have to have his name double checked with every paper or company he applies for and signs." <strong>May. 24, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 333,553 boys in the United States have been named Alan since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1955, when 9,029 people in the U.S. were given the name Alan. Those people are now 65 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
732021-11-28 22:32:20Alanzo18827Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 7 boys in the United States have been named Alanzo since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1882, when 7 people in the U.S. were given the name Alanzo. Those people are now 138 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
742021-11-28 22:32:27Alba18927Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 7 boys in the United States have been named Alba since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1892, when 7 people in the U.S. were given the name Alba. Those people are now 128 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
752021-11-28 22:32:35Albert192110,145Aboy33%122<li> "hi my name is Albert and I only meet two other Albert's and they seem almost like me. I really like this name its easy to pronounce and I have no trouble with it and my girlfirend likes saying my name as well." <strong>Mar. 17, 2008:</strong> <li> "Seems to be stuck in the days of Albert Einstein or Queen Victoria's long-deceased husband Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. However, the American male model Albert Reed (born 6 March 1985) has now kind of injected a bit of youth into this name." <strong>Jun. 2, 2008:</strong> <li> "Albert Reed the American male model may be in his early 20s at the present time while Prince Albert of Monaco (son of the late Princess Grace of Monaco AKA the actress Grace Kelly and of Prince Rainier III of Monaco) may now be aged 50, but over all, I associate this name with old men including two elderly male characters in Sixties and Seventies British television - grumpy Albert Tatlock in the soap Coronation Street and that "dirty old man" Albert Steptoe in the sitcom Steptoe And Son, Albert being the father as opposed to Harold the son." <strong>Apr. 27, 2008:</strong> <li> "One of the most well-known of the "old man" names and unfortunately still considered old mannish after so many years. In the exact same category lie the names Herbert, Edwin, Leonard, Stanley, Alfred, Arthur, Harold, Norman, Ernest, and Frank...not to mention the "senior citizen" names in the other gender, the "old lady" names, which are Gertrude, Ethel, Florence, Edith, Mabel, Agnes, Elsie, Irene, Margaret, and Minnie." <strong>Oct. 12, 2008:</strong> <li> "Albert what a nasty sounding name... My brothers name is Albert we call him Albie... poor kid is only in his 20s" <strong>Feb. 2, 2007:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 2 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 483,594 boys in the United States have been named Albert since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1921, when 10,145 people in the U.S. were given the name Albert. Those people are now 99 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
762021-11-28 22:32:36Alberto19911,414Aboy100%13<li> "People often pronounce it Albert-o (Like Albert but with an O at the end). That is wrong, it is supposed to be pronounced: al-bertoa (the strong sylabe is "ber")." <strong>Dec. 27, 2006:</strong> <li> "My brother's name was Alberto, named after our dad. He didn't like it much, so he changed it to Albert." <strong>Sep. 11, 2011:</strong> <li> "VO-5! all thru the 70's, i couldn't get away from it." <strong>Aug. 14, 2008:</strong> <li> "It's my name! The right pronnunciation is al-BER-toh!" <strong>May. 7, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 57,050 boys in the United States have been named Alberto since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1991, when 1,414 people in the U.S. were given the name Alberto. Those people are now 29 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
772021-11-28 22:32:47Albertus18805Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 10 boys in the United States have been named Albertus since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1883, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Albertus. Those people are now 137 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
782021-11-28 22:32:50Albin1919157Aboy100%2<p> <li>Records indicate that 3,023 boys in the United States have been named Albin since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1919, when 157 people in the U.S. were given the name Albin. Those people are now 101 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
792021-11-28 22:33:03Albion18847Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 44 boys in the United States have been named Albion since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1884, when 7 people in the U.S. were given the name Albion. Those people are now 136 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
802021-11-28 22:33:07Alby18825Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Alby since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1882, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Alby. Those people are now 138 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
812021-11-28 22:33:20Alcee18825Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Alcee since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1882, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Alcee. Those people are now 138 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
822021-11-28 22:33:27Alcide191326Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 136 boys in the United States have been named Alcide since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1913, when 26 people in the U.S. were given the name Alcide. Those people are now 107 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
832021-11-28 22:33:31Alden2012291Aboy100%73<li> "My son's name is Alden (he's 10 now) and he is often confused as a mispelled Aiden by teachers. It doesn't seem to bother him and he's enjoyed the name. We like that we have still yet to come across another Alden out there in the wild." <strong>Jul. 2, 2021:</strong> <li> "My name is Alden, i am 14. Its really annoying however because my brothers name is Aidan so everyone calls me that if they dont know me." <strong>Oct. 21, 2019:</strong> <li> "My name is alden and no one ever gets it right but its nice being the only alden every where i go" <strong>Jun. 26, 2018:</strong> <li> "I've had the name Alden for around 15 years--it's not my original name. I never met anyone with that name, but I did once meet someone who had met someone named Alden. I like the sound and the meaning, which I've always seen as some variation of "wise friend" or "old friend" or "old, wise protector" which would be from Old English. But I recently saw a reference that said it's from the English surname Haldane and means "half Dane."" <strong>Feb. 12, 2010:</strong> <li> "I am 28 years old and never met person that has Alden as their first name. Is nice having an uncommon name as i do receive comments about it. It can be annoying however, when people mispronounce it." <strong>Feb. 4, 2009:</strong> <li> "I really love this name! We have a son on the way and we have agreed on the name Aiden but I do love Alden. I like how formal and educated Alden sounds. Maybe I'll get to use this name if we have another boy!" <strong>Dec. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "My boyfriend's name is Alden and he gets a lot of compliments on it. A lot of people say it wrong at first but it's not too bad. There is a character on a cartoon show Braceface named Alden so a lot of people mention that when they meet him." <strong>Jul. 7, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Alden, we love it and other people always say they love it too. I love the meaning of the name as well" <strong>Sep. 2, 2019:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Alden, he is 16 months old. People always call him Aiden, really annoying.... I love the name so much, it is my husband's family name for generations :-)" <strong>May. 5, 2011:</strong> <li> "Our son is called Alden - it should be pronounced Allden, or Awlden. Some people say the Al short, as in aligator, but this is incorrect. We are British, and Alden is a very uncommon name here, but people often say Olden instead which is very annoying!" <strong>Sep. 13, 2008:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 11,391 boys in the United States have been named Alden since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 291 people in the U.S. were given the name Alden. Those people are now 9 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
842021-11-28 22:33:38Aldo2007661Aboy100%11<li> "my brothers friends name was Aldo i dont think anyone ever spelled it wrong but he was quite popular" <strong>Apr. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "my brothers friends name was Aldo i dont think anyone ever spelled it wrong but he was quite popular" <strong>Apr. 16, 2008:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 12,680 boys in the United States have been named Aldo since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2007, when 661 people in the U.S. were given the name Aldo. Those people are now 13 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
852021-11-28 22:33:47Alec19953,421Aboy80%852<li> "My name is Alec and I often get called "Alex" but it makes me feel special" <strong>Jun. 29, 2021:</strong> <li> "I have a long surname, and Alec's my first name (b. 2000). My mom chose it cos it's short, but you wouldn't believe the amount of people who've called me "Alex". I'd recommend having this name because people aren't likely to confuse you with another Alec since the name's relatively uncommon." <strong>Jul. 20, 2020:</strong> <li> "My name is Alec. It?s rare. I get alex all the time but that?s cool. I find boys named Alec to be the coolest out anyway!" <strong>Apr. 7, 2018:</strong> <li> "My 10 month old son is Alec Boyd! We absolutely love the name (my husband actually came up with it) and I think it sounds strong and handsome. We already get quite a few people saying "Alex" when we tell his name, and of course we have to correct them, so that's a pain, but the good thing is that it's a fairly uncommon name :)" <strong>Mar. 15, 2017:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Alec. I got it from St. Elmo's fire too!!" <strong>Jan. 9, 2009:</strong> <li> "It's my name and people have been screwing it up my entire life. Most of them eventually get it, though." <strong>Jan. 3, 2009:</strong> <li> "my boyfriends name is Alec and yeah people call him Alex alot it makes me angry ha ha but i love his name its so awesome" <strong>Jul. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "my son's name is alec. It's a great strong name, but it is usally mis pronouned as alex! yuk!" <strong>Apr. 28, 2006:</strong> <li> "Named my son, Alec, in 1992 and am glad I did! . He's always liked it and it's a good name at every age. Now that he's almost 22, it fits him well because he doesn't like to be average and there are not a lot of them out there. Alec Baldwin was a slight influence only because I liked his name. I caught myself saying Alec with a 'c' a lot though while he was growing up because people thought it was Alex. Even after they knew it was Alec ( ex. Teachers) they still called him that! Got to be annoying but overall I love the name Alec!" <strong>Jun. 21, 2014:</strong> <li> "My best friend was Named Alec, Tho its Hard to prnounce i understand that alot of people get mad when Said Wrong." <strong>Mar. 26, 2008:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Alec. I first heard it on St. Elmo's Fire and loved it ever since." <strong>Apr. 25, 2007:</strong> <li> "This is my 5 year old sons name. I love the name, but I can tell he gets frustrated when people call him Alex, which happens a lot." <strong>Mar. 14, 2006:</strong> <li> "We called our Son Alec (b.2002) but alot of people automatically call him Alex. very annoying." <strong>Nov. 19, 2005:</strong> <li> "My friend christian alec lawson has it and its the ugliest name i've ever heard!" <strong>Jun. 3, 2010:</strong> <li> "I dont like this name at all! it rolls off your tongue all wrong!! YUCK!!" <strong>May. 6, 2008:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 5 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 48,021 boys in the United States have been named Alec since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1995, when 3,421 people in the U.S. were given the name Alec. Those people are now 26 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
862021-11-28 22:33:58Aleck18897Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 30 boys in the United States have been named Aleck since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1889, when 7 people in the U.S. were given the name Aleck. Those people are now 131 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
872021-11-28 22:34:06Alejandro20014,551Aboy100%12<li> "My sons name is Alejandro he was named 8/7/08 & about 1 yr later lady gaga made that song im sure there's gunna b more alejs now" <strong>Feb. 16, 2011:</strong> <li> "my 6 year old cousions name is alejandro we call him alex" <strong>Nov. 7, 2011:</strong> <li> "he is the best little brothe ever. he is so cute when he is smiling." <strong>Oct. 13, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 119,100 boys in the United States have been named Alejandro since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2001, when 4,551 people in the U.S. were given the name Alejandro. Those people are now 19 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
882021-11-28 22:34:09Alek1999154Aboy100%3<p> <li>Records indicate that 712 boys in the United States have been named Alek since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2000, when 154 people in the U.S. were given the name Alek. Those people are now 20 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
892021-11-28 22:34:10Alessandro2008390Aboy?1<li> "My son's named Alessandro. Yes, people sometimes say it wrong - they always think there is a x in it like Alexandro - but for the most part it's said pretty good. I love this name. It's strong and handsome - just like my son. For short we call him Sandro." <strong>Oct. 31, 2010:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 4,307 boys in the United States have been named Alessandro since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2008, when 390 people in the U.S. were given the name Alessandro. Those people are now 12 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
902021-11-28 22:34:15Alex19937,634Aboy94%1761<li> "I am Alex, too! And I like my name so much, Alex is an awesome name." <strong>May. 13, 2021:</strong> <li> "Alexander is the"Greatest" name around! Alex's are special beans who deserve all the good things the world has to offer." <strong>Jul. 21, 2020:</strong> <li> "Hi!!! My name's Alex toooo!!! Hahahaha like wow! We're all named Alex! We like should totally like all like hang out or something sometime!" <strong>Feb. 10, 2018:</strong> <li> "my BF is named Alex and it is ssoooooooooo ausome -Mackenzie" <strong>Feb. 22, 2010:</strong> <li> "i like the name Alex...that's what i'm naming my baby boy...so yeah i love this name" <strong>Jan. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "my brother is named alex. officially alexander paul, but we call him al because we're lazy. but it totally suits him, i love the name." <strong>Mar. 23, 2008:</strong> <li> "It's my ex bfs name and I think it's really cute. I used to call him Lexxie. haha. lots of nickname potential for such a short name. it wasn't even short for anything." <strong>Mar. 9, 2008:</strong> <li> "I love my name...considering i'm going to become the 1st world dictator" <strong>Aug. 30, 2007:</strong> <li> "My name is alex to this name is freaken AWESOME! I have met other alexs though" <strong>Aug. 29, 2007:</strong> <li> "According to ancient Gaelic text, "Alex" literally means defender of mankind. If I were in danger and a guy named Alex showed up, I believe it would mitigate the situation. Alex is simply the best name ever." <strong>Jun. 20, 2007:</strong> <li> "im alex.. im 16 years old.. alex is a wkd name.. been around for 100s of years.. its a classic... THUMBS UP!!... alex.. from northampton, england." <strong>Mar. 29, 2007:</strong> <li> "This name is absolutely beautiful, and it suits both a boy or a girl! I love the name combination Paul Alexander for a boy." <strong>Mar. 9, 2007:</strong> <li> "this is my name and all the ladies love it... for sure ... yehhhh homie" <strong>Oct. 31, 2006:</strong> <li> "my boyfriend is named alex and that name fits him so well! i love it!" <strong>Aug. 6, 2006:</strong> <li> "My name is Alex and I like love it. I was named after Alexander the Great. there are a couple of other Alexs in my grade, but I dont mind." <strong>Apr. 18, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love my name because it has a good meaning to it" <strong>Nov. 21, 2005:</strong> <li> "My son is Alexander but we usually call him Alex. It completely suits him, he is such an "Alex". The only problem we've run into is people calling him "Alec" or "Al," both of which send shivers down my spine." <strong>Aug. 3, 2005:</strong> <li> "any one heard of quadawl or adriel for a boys name latley.i have. some people are pretty screwed up i recon" <strong>Jul. 28, 2012:</strong> <li> "I prefer the version 'Alexei' which has Russian origins" <strong>Oct. 5, 2008:</strong> <li> "THAT NAME IS OK BUT I DONT LIKE IT MUCH CUZ MY X HIS NAME IS ALEX SO YEAH BUT IT IS KOOL" <strong>Dec. 20, 2007:</strong> <li> "My name is Alex, too. It's usually just a nickname for Alexander, but I was actually BORN with the name Alex. No joke." <strong>Dec. 13, 2007:</strong> <li> "my name is alex santana from raymondville and i lm in love with this hot girl saby sanchez" <strong>Oct. 24, 2007:</strong> <li> "my name is alex also, and some people spell it wrong and say it wrong, theyll call me alec, lol" <strong>Jul. 8, 2007:</strong> <li> "My name is Alex...Alexander really, but I go by Alex. I'm a 28 yr old M and I've disliked my name all my life. I hate the way is sounds when spoken...also, Alex is a uni-sex name which I don't really love. In fact, I dated a Female Alex....WEIRD..., both the double names and that girl!!! Also knew an Alex in college with a lisp, tough name for a lisp to pronounce." <strong>Dec. 8, 2010:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 6 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 253,948 boys in the United States have been named Alex since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1993, when 7,634 people in the U.S. were given the name Alex. Those people are now 28 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
912021-11-28 22:34:25Alexande1989301Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 301 boys in the United States have been named Alexande since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1989, when 301 people in the U.S. were given the name Alexande. Those people are now 31 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
922021-11-28 22:34:37Alexander199320,513Aboy100%209<li> "My crush is called Alexander! ❤️‍?❤️❤️❤️‍?" <strong>Nov. 7, 2021:</strong> <li> "my friend is called alexander and he speaks to egirls" <strong>Jan. 26, 2021:</strong> <li> "My son's name. I don't like to shorten it but I like the fact that he'll have many nicknames to choose from. He was named after three Alexanders that I admire : Alexander the Great, Alexandre Dumas (who wrote The Three Musketeers) and the greatest dancer of all times, Alexander Godunov." <strong>Mar. 24, 2012:</strong> <li> "Three Words: Alexander Lavelle Harris. That is all." <strong>Apr. 21, 2010:</strong> <li> "I'll be naming my little boy Alexander :) very strong and classic name :)" <strong>Jun. 3, 2009:</strong> <li> "my names alex, and all the girls love that name =) Theres no way any girl can reject a ALEXANDER" <strong>Apr. 25, 2009:</strong> <li> "There are many nicknames for Alexander, making it a very versatile name." <strong>Jun. 13, 2008:</strong> <li> "What a heroic and great name. Very regal. My godson is named Alexander and fits him perfectly." <strong>Oct. 16, 2007:</strong> <li> "Since this is my name it is clearly the best name in the universe." <strong>Sep. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "my older bro is alexander (alex) and again it suits him pefectly! alexander gareth hunter jamieson - if he's bing a snob or in trouble hes alexander, which is yeah, kinda posh or whatnot i guess, but otherwise hes just alex which is perrrrrrrrfect, causual, wahtever, everyone knows it, XD" <strong>Jun. 3, 2007:</strong> <li> "Alexander is a seet name an I can be caled Alex too!" <strong>May. 10, 2007:</strong> <li> "ALEXANDER IS A GREAT SAINTS NAME EVEN PAST POPES HAVE CHOSEN ALEXANDER. THEN THERE'S ALEXANDER THE GREAT." <strong>Apr. 11, 2007:</strong> <li> "ALEXANDER IS A GREAT SAINTS NAME EVEN PAST POPES HAVE CHOSEN ALEXANDER. THEN THERE'S ALEXANDER THE GREAT." <strong>Apr. 11, 2007:</strong> <li> "One Of Thee Best Names Ever Nicknames Include Alex, Al, Lexi and loads More This is gotta to be the best name ever created" <strong>Apr. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "I know someone with this name- it is a very nice name and there are a variety of nicknames for this- Alex, Al...maybe even Rex...it is a cool name!!!" <strong>Jan. 14, 2007:</strong> <li> "its my name and the shortform ALEX ist also ok for me..." <strong>Aug. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "I have loved my name Alexander. It is a powerful, masculine, old name that translates well into several languages. Also allows for many nick names: Alex, Al, Lex, Zander, etc." <strong>May. 28, 2006:</strong> <li> "Beatiful name and steadily popular. I know (of) several people called Alexander and they are between 3 and 87. It's also my brother's name (he's 39)." <strong>Apr. 26, 2006:</strong> <li> "My son's name, Lots of boys and girls in So. Florida with the name. Latin Population uses it alot. Son uses Alex for short." <strong>Apr. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "I dont meet much people named Alexander. People usually only call me by Alex for short though." <strong>Apr. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "Sep07Shawn Summer Next week I mean September 16, although I am not abig fan of vieonlt movies but you are the cast sure is impressive and since it is a remake and I liked it so I am going to watch it" <strong>Dec. 27, 2012:</strong> <li> "I named my son Alexander, but we use Sasha as a shor way to call him. Its popular to use Sasha for Alexander in Russia and other post soviet union countries, but its not so common in the U.S or Europe." <strong>Sep. 9, 2010:</strong> <li> "I named my baby boy Alexander. I always called him Alex. So did everyone else. Then, when he was 15, he started introducing himself as Xander. I am not thrilled with the new name." <strong>Mar. 31, 2010:</strong> <li> "I'm called Alexander, my nickname Zandy started when an older sibling couldn't say Alexander properly." <strong>Jun. 8, 2009:</strong> <li> "Alexander is a very strong and nice name, but i hate the fact it is often shortened to Alex." <strong>Apr. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "My husbands name is Alexander. His friends call him Alex and his mother calls him Zandy. This name allows for many nick name options." <strong>Nov. 2, 2008:</strong> <li> "I love the name Alexander! Though I mostly like it because it is my boyfriend's name, yes, it is a nice name. ^_^" <strong>Dec. 3, 2005:</strong> <li> ""The Great" name, literally, "helper and defender of mankind," I love my name, and living out its meaning. Historically, it's a leader's name... while there is a lack of Julius's and Napoleons, there is no lack of Alexanders!" <strong>Aug. 4, 2005:</strong> <li> "i like the name Elexander better... it's not near as common" <strong>Jul. 27, 2005:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 588,303 boys in the United States have been named Alexander since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1993, when 20,513 people in the U.S. were given the name Alexander. Those people are now 28 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
932021-11-28 22:34:48Alexandre2003173Aboy100%33<li> "So, Alexandre is an amazing name. I love it, it sounds unique." <strong>Apr. 29, 2020:</strong> <li> "No I?m the only one I know with the name Alexandre" <strong>Jan. 21, 2020:</strong> <li> "I know it was the name of the guy, Alexandre Dumas, who wrote The Three Musketeers. It gives the prefect twist on the name Alexander without having to manipulate spelling or and keeps a good traditional name going. We plan on using it for our next son if we have a second :)." <strong>Jan. 31, 2014:</strong> <li> "Alaxander? Never heard of. Alexandre's my name, it's the french of Alexander." <strong>Oct. 18, 2009:</strong> <li> "Alaxander is a great name, but Alexandre is awful." <strong>Aug. 15, 2008:</strong> <li> "I AM HAVING TWINS BOYS AND I AM THINKING OF NAMING THEM ALEXANDER AND ALEXANDRE. WHAT DO THINK?" <strong>Jul. 6, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 1,484 boys in the United States have been named Alexandre since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2003, when 173 people in the U.S. were given the name Alexandre. Those people are now 17 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
942021-11-28 22:34:58Alexandro2004258Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 3,661 boys in the United States have been named Alexandro since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2004, when 258 people in the U.S. were given the name Alexandro. Those people are now 16 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
952021-11-28 22:35:04Alexis20044,167Aboy89%851<li> "Alexis pronounced in spanish the s is silent. I am from PR but live in the States. In the States I go by Alex to eliminate confusion via email." <strong>Jul. 7, 2017:</strong> <li> "its a great name, for BOYS! It started out as a boys name, should remain that way." <strong>Nov. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "I want to name my son Alexis, but everybody is telling me the name is for a girl, however im Hispanic and my culture the name is given usually to boys.. Kids in the US are horrible when growing up.. specially teasing kids about their name.. im still not sure?" <strong>Oct. 17, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Alexis. He is now 15 and says he doesn't like it b/c it's a girl name. He usually goes my Alexi. When I go to school or try to make a doctors appt. they always refer to him as a her which I promptly correct. We are Hispanic and this is generally known as a boy's name. Hopefully he'll appreciate his name as he gets older." <strong>Aug. 27, 2009:</strong> <li> "i love the name alexi! if i have a boy this is definitely gonna be his name...unfortunately this is not listed..." <strong>Aug. 3, 2009:</strong> <li> "I name my baby Alexis i just love the name its so unique. I never heard that it can be used as a girl name too but that's ok with me." <strong>Apr. 2, 2009:</strong> <li> "Alexis is my name and i am a 30 year old male. Everybody loves my name and they say that my name is unique. I am proud of it." <strong>Mar. 28, 2009:</strong> <li> "alexis is both a boys name and a girl's name I actually want to name my first son alexis. It's a nice name and the name doesn't make the person, the person is who makes the name." <strong>Dec. 22, 2008:</strong> <li> "I am male to female trans. I will be changing my first name to Alexis but will sign my name and use Lexi in all social settings, and my two middle names are unequivocally female, not unisex. I absolutely love the name in all ways. If you identify as male you can assign clearly male middle name(s) and use more masculine nicknames in everyday utilization like Alex, Lex, Lexer; and for identifying females the opposite (as aforementioned regarding myself)." <strong>Nov. 15, 2021:</strong> <li> "My name is Alexis I usually go by Alex. I am a male. There are very few girls named Alexis in non English speaking countries." <strong>Mar. 26, 2017:</strong> <li> "my son is a month old and so far 95% of people who heard the name thought its a girl,we love the name cuase its quite uniq here in usa,but unfortunatly most americans have no clue about anything outside this country,so needles to say were reconsidring the name" <strong>Oct. 29, 2010:</strong> <li> "I am a 27 year old male named Alexis. Growing up i was teased a bit because people said it was a girls name, unless they were from a country outside of the U.S, in which case they thought of it as a boys name. I now love my name, and always liked that I was named after the great prize fighter Alexis Arguello. My whole life everybody, including my family has called me "Lex", which is a great nickname. So despite the teasing, it has become something I am very proud of and that I get nothing but compliments for. It's a name that builds character." <strong>Mar. 3, 2010:</strong> <li> "I AM HAVING TWINS AND I AM THINKING OF NAMING THEM ALEXANDER AND ALEXIS. WHAT DO YOU THINK?" <strong>Jul. 6, 2007:</strong> <li> "dont like the name it does not fit a boy better then it fit a girle" <strong>Aug. 20, 2006:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 5 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 56,747 boys in the United States have been named Alexis since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2004, when 4,167 people in the U.S. were given the name Alexis. Those people are now 17 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
962021-11-28 22:35:12Alexzander2006380Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 3,947 boys in the United States have been named Alexzander since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2006, when 380 people in the U.S. were given the name Alexzander. Those people are now 14 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
972021-11-28 22:35:22Alf191222Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 265 boys in the United States have been named Alf since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1912, when 22 people in the U.S. were given the name Alf. Those people are now 108 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
982021-11-28 22:35:32Alferd18996Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 11 boys in the United States have been named Alferd since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1899, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Alferd. Those people are now 121 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
992021-11-28 22:35:40Alfie196762Aboy75%331<li> "If you have the name alfie then you automatically have a big cock." <strong>Jun. 19, 2020:</strong> <li> "Its one of my two favorite boys names :D I love the name.. And, im only 14 aswell." <strong>Jul. 20, 2009:</strong> <li> "My sons name is Alfie I love it! It totally suits him and everyone who asks his name, when I tell them they love it!! A nice strong British name.x" <strong>Feb. 23, 2009:</strong> <li> "I love this name. Is one of my favorite names. This, Martain, Felix, Darious, Carol and Daroll are my favs ^^" <strong>Oct. 21, 2010:</strong> <li> "I'm Only 14 And I Love The Name Alfie. I Would Like To Call My Child Alfie If I Ever Have A Child When Im Older. I Really Think Its A lovely Name." <strong>Sep. 8, 2008:</strong> <li> "What's it all about, Alfie? It was the name of the 1965 film with Michael Caine and Shelley Winters, and then the 2002 remake starred Jude Law in the title role. The name is currently popular in the UK but I don't think it's likely to catch on to that extent on the American side of the Atlantic." <strong>Jun. 9, 2008:</strong> <li> "I loathe this name! It is not 'cute' at all. And since when are boys names supposed to be CUTE anyway. I cannot imagine a doctor or lawyer named Alfie." <strong>Oct. 23, 2009:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 3 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 119 boys in the United States have been named Alfie since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1967, when 62 people in the U.S. were given the name Alfie. Those people are now 53 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
1002021-11-28 22:35:45Alfonse191751Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 166 boys in the United States have been named Alfonse since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1917, when 51 people in the U.S. were given the name Alfonse. Those people are now 103 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
1012021-11-28 22:35:49Alfonso1991574Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 38,122 boys in the United States have been named Alfonso since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1991, when 574 people in the U.S. were given the name Alfonso. Those people are now 29 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
1022021-11-28 22:36:00Alfonzo197090Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 2,596 boys in the United States have been named Alfonzo since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1970, when 90 people in the U.S. were given the name Alfonzo. Those people are now 50 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
1032021-11-28 22:36:09Alford1930107Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 3,754 boys in the United States have been named Alford since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1930, when 107 people in the U.S. were given the name Alford. Those people are now 90 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
1042021-11-28 22:36:19Alfred19286,229Aboy100%76<li> "My sons name. A strong name I think Different from the norm. When we visit Italy it?s not so uncommon Alfredo My son is a good looking athlete so having a strong not so common name is ideal. He is remembered" <strong>Sep. 22, 2019:</strong> <li> "I've been Alfred all 53 years of my life. i love it. originally, my mom was gonna name me michele. i may use that as a pseudonym for my songs.in her honor, of course." <strong>Sep. 15, 2010:</strong> <li> "I LOVE this name! I think it is so handsome, and would fit along perfectly with brothers Edward and William, or a sister named Rose. "Alfred" looks and sounds simultaneously grown-up and fun, which is what a lot of parents look for in a name. :) TONS of great history behind this name. A much better choice than Jaydin or Mykaell." <strong>Mar. 17, 2010:</strong> <li> "When i was a kid people used to make fun of my name. The most popular were Alfred Hitchcock and Alfie the alphabets cereal wonder dog. I myself just went by Al most of my life or Alfie to my girl friend. But when i got older and had to write a resume or get business cards i immediately became Alfred. It looks great on paper and i am sure it got my foot in the door a few times." <strong>Aug. 16, 2009:</strong> <li> "I love this name. It sounds so friendly, especially when the nickname is "Alf" or "Alfie". I know one person named Alf (short for Alfred), who is a really friendly sixty-something year old professor, and the name seems to really suit his personality. Unfortunately, it probably seems old-fashioned on a young kid nowadays." <strong>Jun. 5, 2009:</strong> <li> "MY NAME IS ALFRED AND I LIKE IT . BUT THE PROBLEM IS MY NAME AT HOME IS PRONOUNED WITH A SPANISH ACCENT BECAUSE IM HISPANIC AND SOME KIDS IN SCHOOL WHO ARE NOT HISPANIC , SAY 'ALFERT'" <strong>Jan. 27, 2007:</strong> <li> "MY NAME IS ALFRED AND I LIKE IT . BUT THE PROBLEM IS MY NAME AT HOME IS PRONOUNED WITH SPANISH ACCENT BECAUSE IM HISPANIC AND SOME KIDS IN SCHOOL WHO ARE NOT HISPANIC , SAY 'ALFERT'" <strong>Jan. 27, 2007:</strong> <li> "Times when Alfred Hitchcock showed his infamous side, but he wasn't the only one who ruined this terminally old-fashioned grandad name. The creator of the 'Batman' comic strips, Bob Kane, gave the name Alfred to Batman's (or Bruce Wayne's) elderly manservant butler, which a lot of people have associated the name with over the years. Personally, the name is in the same category as Albert, Leonard, Percy, Norman, Frank, Horace, and Arthur." <strong>Jun. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "Sounds like an old man to me. Well, not just any old man, but Batman's/Bruce Wayne's (also Robin's/Dick Grayson's) butler Alfred Pennyworth in the Batman comic books." <strong>May. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "THIS MY HUSBAND NAME BUT PEOPLE INSIST ON CALLING HIM ALFORD OR AFFERD!" <strong>Apr. 25, 2007:</strong> <li> "this name is soo funny! but i do know someone wiht this name!!! i love him to deaf!!!" <strong>Sep. 12, 2006:</strong> <li> "Alfred is my dad's name and my grandfathers name. I like the name but people refer to my dad as Al which i think is better then Alfred" <strong>Jan. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "Alfred the Great, King of all Saxon Britain. Alfred Hitchcock, famous director. Great name, unfortunately, sounds really geeky!" <strong>Jan. 5, 2006:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 240,194 boys in the United States have been named Alfred since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1928, when 6,229 people in the U.S. were given the name Alfred. Those people are now 92 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
1052021-11-28 22:36:28Alfredo19931,078Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 51,537 boys in the United States have been named Alfredo since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1993, when 1,078 people in the U.S. were given the name Alfredo. Those people are now 27 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
1062021-11-28 22:36:41Alger189811Aboy?1<li> "My family name is Alger we pronounce it Awl'-grr(not "Al-jur")" <strong>Jan. 18, 2011:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 35 boys in the United States have been named Alger since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1898, when 11 people in the U.S. were given the name Alger. Those people are now 122 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
1072021-11-28 22:36:55Algernon18865Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Algernon since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1886, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Algernon. Those people are now 134 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
1082021-11-28 22:37:04Algie191227Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 148 boys in the United States have been named Algie since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1912, when 27 people in the U.S. were given the name Algie. Those people are now 108 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
1092021-11-28 22:37:13Algot18915Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Algot since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1891, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Algot. Those people are now 129 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
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<strong>Dec. 3, 2019:</strong> <li> "My name no Aden and i are smart to but can do many pushups" <strong>Nov. 19, 2017:</strong> <li> "My name is Aden but I'm girl i do not know any girls with my name but i know five boys Im athletic and smart but the boy Adens are not very athletic but it you name your child aden spell it aiden ayden adin" <strong>Apr. 30, 2010:</strong> <li> "It can be spelled Aden, Aeden, Aedan, Adan, Aaden, or Aadan, but it sounds awesome." <strong>Oct. 17, 2009:</strong> <li> "Im not sure how its spelled but o.m.g i love this name!! I might name my son this!" <strong>Sep. 2, 2009:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 3,153 boys in the United States have been named Aaden since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2009, when 1,259 people in the U.S. were given the name Aaden. Those people are now 11 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
22021-11-29 16:22:29image/jpegdb666184afd8312ae81233038120df642606201613245/db/66/61/84/db666184afd8312ae81233038120df6426062016.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/db/66/61/84/db666184afd8312ae81233038120df6426062016.jpg22021-11-27 23:11:08Aarav2010438Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 1,794 boys in the United States have been named Aarav since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2010, when 438 people in the U.S. were given the name Aarav. Those people are now 10 years old.<p>
32021-11-29 16:22:34image/jpeg439642488ad065f5543a03e372e8849e04f8dfaf3769/43/96/42/48/439642488ad065f5543a03e372e8849e04f8dfaf.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/43/96/42/48/439642488ad065f5543a03e372e8849e04f8dfaf.jpg32021-11-28 22:24:35Aaron198915,303Aboy100%5132<li> "I named my son Aaron Jacob the day he was born because it is a strong masculine name and most important; because the tribe of Aaron is the Jewish tribe that my father is a descendant of." <strong>Nov. 18, 2014:</strong> <li> "We are naming our son Aaron Jace when he is born in jan 2013." <strong>Oct. 17, 2012:</strong> <li> "my so was called aaron as his father is called ronald and we wanted something with ron in it!! his father wanted to call him Ronald andrew david but i thankfully got him to change his mind. His name was meant to be as in recent years i have found out my great grandparents were jewish and of course aaron is a very big jewish name!! but if i had a pound for every one who said did u name him after elvis?? do i look that sad??" <strong>Jul. 2, 2012:</strong> <li> "My bfs name is Aaron if we had a girl I would name her Aaricka" <strong>Jun. 2, 2012:</strong> <li> "My eldest son is called Aaron, he was born in 2002 and the name wasn't very popular at that time (we live in the UK) but now it seems you can't go anywhere without hearing it being shouted by some parents somewhere! He loves the name and his middle name of Bryan after his Grandad, my Dad, the only thing that annoys him is the misspelling or mispronunciation of it, one teacher at his school says it wrong all the time and he's been there for nearly 3yrs!! Aaron also loves his little brothers name Jared and he gave him his middle name of Evan as well :-) I love my 2 boys names and believe me and their Dad chose very well with both of them, they suit them perfectly, everyone who hears their names loves them and so far both boys like their names as well, that's a result in my book :-)" <strong>Jan. 9, 2012:</strong> <li> "I had an ex-boyfriend named Aaron, it's definitely a name I'd keep on the list if I ever have a boy. Because I like the name, not the ex-boyfriend." <strong>May. 21, 2011:</strong> <li> "I love the name Aaron,its a beautiful name and naming my unborn Aaron Jacob." <strong>Nov. 27, 2010:</strong> <li> "I am a big fan of Aaron Copland's work, some of his music is inspirational. My son was born a few months after he passed away, I named him Aaron as a tribute to this truly great American composer." <strong>Jun. 19, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron. its a beastly name. everybody loves my name!" <strong>May. 27, 2010:</strong> <li> "I named my precious baby boy Aaron. He was born July 8, 2009. He, sadly, passed away from SIDS on November 11, 2009. He was a sweet, docile, loving baby, and the name Aaron suited him perfectly. I loved that name for him, and I still do. Aaron is a very special name, just like my baby was a very special baby." <strong>Mar. 2, 2010:</strong> <li> "I am going to call my son Aaron. Pronounce Aron. I will call my son (who is due in april 2010) Aaron for the simple fact I am a massive Elvis Presley fan and Aaron was his middle name, however it was spelt Aron on his birth certificate due to his dads spelling. Elvis changed it to Aaron later in life :) x" <strong>Feb. 21, 2010:</strong> <li> "my son will be born on 1-11-10 I hope to name him Aaron. I just don't know if his mother is going to go for it, she has tryed to talk me out of it but she says it's up to me, we'll see." <strong>Jan. 10, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron... and i think Aaron Carter gives the name Aaron a bad rep! who else agrees?" <strong>Jan. 7, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron. At the time I was born it wasn't very popular but in the recent years I've heard it more and more. The only problem was I'd occassionally get people mispronouncing it 'Air-on'. It was always a benefit to have a name that begins with two A's as you'd get to be first in school lists :) It's a different name but not too different. Plus it was Elvis Presley's middle name (my dad was a huge fan) :)" <strong>Dec. 24, 2009:</strong> <li> "I am the third Aaron in my family. If I had a son I would name him Aaron." <strong>Aug. 29, 2009:</strong> <li> "Aaron is my sons name. Ever since we named him we've heard the name constantly though! Everyone asks how its spelled though, aa or rr? We pronounce it Arr-an (I'm Scottish and his dad is English) but some people keep saying Air-on." <strong>Aug. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "my name is aaron and i want to name my son after to me, what should do ?" <strong>Jul. 23, 2009:</strong> <li> "My best friends name is Aaron. he hates it because its so common (and because of the fact that he has the same name as aaron carter..) but i really like it. its definately not an ugly name." <strong>Jun. 30, 2009:</strong> <li> "Our grandson was born on 9the April 2009 at 29 weeks. Weighs 1.2kg and is named Aaron. A messenger from God and as strong as a mountain. Not even a week old and off the ventilater today. Praise God for Aaron" <strong>Apr. 13, 2009:</strong> <li> "my name is aron and im from iceland. i think it is the coolest name ever." <strong>Jan. 3, 2009:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron and i wouldnt change it for any name on the world. My parents named me after Elvis since his middle name is Aaron and my whole dads side is huge Elvis fans." <strong>Nov. 15, 2008:</strong> <li> "my boyfreind name is Aaron i love this name cause its a real man's name:)" <strong>Aug. 21, 2008:</strong> <li> "I changed my name to Aaron and I am quite happy with it." <strong>Jul. 22, 2008:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Aaron. He has only got it spelt wrong a few times. I call him Harry. Hehehee" <strong>Jul. 14, 2008:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron, in Scotland they pronounce it Eerin...so annoying..!! My mum named me after Elvis..his middle name is Aaron, he died a week after I was born." <strong>Jul. 2, 2008:</strong> <li> "I like the name aaron. My brother and boyfriends name is aaron" <strong>Apr. 28, 2008:</strong> <li> "my boyfriends name is aaron and i think it is a cute name for a guy. i like it alot." <strong>Mar. 4, 2008:</strong> <li> "I like this name. It is a nice solid name with biblical significance. It is a nice alternative to Aiden/Aidan which is very popular these days." <strong>Feb. 24, 2008:</strong> <li> "At six years old, I like my name because it's always first on lists. Even though Aaron was popular in the seventies, I still thinks it's common in 2008." <strong>Jan. 6, 2008:</strong> <li> "My first son is named Aaron. He is now 15 years old. I have always loved that name. He also has a younger brother named Adam. We don't know but just a few other Aaron's here in Brazoria County, Texas. Wonderful name!!" <strong>Dec. 13, 2007:</strong> <li> "My friends name is Arran.. Which is a weired spelling.." <strong>Aug. 5, 2007:</strong> <li> "I named my baby boy Aaron when he was born in sept. of 04'. I had been going thru a lot of hard times while I was carrying him and I decided to give him a biblical name that was fitting to our situation. I have read that Aaron means "Mountain", or "Strength". My Aaron was born healthy despite his rough time in the womb and I am proud to have named him so.......he has now became my strength." <strong>Jun. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "I know a little boy named Auron, pronounced "Are-un". It's similar to Aaron, but with a little twist that makes it unique. I really like it!" <strong>Jun. 6, 2007:</strong> <li> "I believe Aaron is a very lovely name though lots of parents name there baby boy's Aaron. I know a boy named Aaron he's very hot Bye Koorine" <strong>May. 24, 2007:</strong> <li> "I believe Aaron is a very lovely name though lots of parents name there baby boy's Aaron. I know a boy named Aaron he's very hot Bye Koorine" <strong>May. 24, 2007:</strong> <li> "i am naming my charecter for a book i am wrting Aaron" <strong>May. 23, 2007:</strong> <li> "Me and my partner are planning to call our son Aaron we like this name very much" <strong>Apr. 24, 2007:</strong> <li> "Thsi name is extremely popular, I know alot of people with this name...." <strong>Apr. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "my names is aaron and i like to blaze it hella hard" <strong>Mar. 20, 2007:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aron, no double a or r. We like it that way." <strong>Feb. 12, 2007:</strong> <li> "If it's been so popular for so long, how come nobody EVER spells my name correctly? It's always Arron, or Aron, or most of the time Erin. GRRRRR!" <strong>Feb. 3, 2007:</strong> <li> "i Like the name aaron because that name is very popular" <strong>Nov. 9, 2006:</strong> <li> "I like this name, but people often pronounce it 'ar-ron' where it should be pronounced 'air-ron'. It sounds so much nicer when pronounced properly!" <strong>Aug. 16, 2006:</strong> <li> "Named my son Aaron. He loves his name as do I. Most people don't realize that Aaron was actually a boy's name before Erin was a girl's name..." <strong>Jul. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "my name is aaron and i know three other aaron's but one is spelt arryn." <strong>Jul. 5, 2006:</strong> <li> "its pureley belter of a name in rachael likes cotton eye joe were ye come from were did ye go" <strong>Jun. 27, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love the name Aaron, it just sounds nice. What bothers me is when people spell it with two r's." <strong>Jun. 5, 2006:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron, ive gotten erin, aron, aarron, arron, aaron, and even eron, but i love it" <strong>Mar. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "My sons name is Aaron so of course I love it. I cannot be shortened which is great. You would be surprised how many Aaron's are out there! I just don't like it when people write it in all caps "AARON" - I like the different Aa's "Aaron"." <strong>Jan. 18, 2006:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aaron, but get very frustrated when people pronounce it Aeron (as in Aeroplane, we prounouce it a hard 'a' sound. United Kingdom." <strong>Jan. 7, 2006:</strong> <li> "some time people spell my name wrong,i like being called Aaron, i have blue eyes and blond hair,age 6" <strong>Dec. 15, 2005:</strong> <li> "People often spell my name rong because they do not now if it has two A's or one." <strong>Feb. 11, 2021:</strong> <li> "I am Aaron and very happt with my name i want to be a real Aaron" <strong>Oct. 2, 2019:</strong> <li> "I have a crush of mine and his name is Aaron. I think it's cute for him. Sometimes, we don't hear that name enough, but for all those people who are hoping to name children Aaron, you go girls! I think it's perfect for my crush." <strong>Mar. 13, 2017:</strong> <li> "my name is Aaron & i was named after Elvis Aaron Presley. my middle name is Blaze & my last Clark my initials are ABC & sometimes people call me Aaron Carter by mistake, partially because of another kid in my grade whos name is Anthony Carter." <strong>May. 8, 2012:</strong> <li> "It's like you're on a miossin to save me time and money!" <strong>Jul. 23, 2011:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aaron. The biblical significance and implication of strength is what drew me to it. I believe what you confess over a person tends to stick with them. Names without meaning are useless to that extent. Sadly enough, people do confuse Aaron with "Edwin" and "Eric". Edwin? Really? Not my choice of names." <strong>Dec. 1, 2010:</strong> <li> "my brothers real name is David but we call him Aaron because my dad is named david" <strong>Feb. 19, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron and I live in Idaho. I say my name like: Air-on, but when I lived in Texas they would always say Aye-ron because of the two As." <strong>Dec. 6, 2009:</strong> <li> "My baby boy is called Arron I prefered this spelling and I find if the name is Aaron people tend to pronounce it 'air-on'" <strong>Sep. 1, 2009:</strong> <li> "Its a great name, provided you don't live in the US South. People are always butchering it. Saying it like Aren with the first A having a hard vowel sound like the word atheist. It sounds terrible I'm constantly telling people how to actually pronounce my name, I get sick of hearing. But its got two Aas in it." <strong>Aug. 28, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aaron- I named him after a character in a book. He was named in 1977 when it was still somewhat unique...his wife is Amy, and they have a son Asa and a daughter Aurora." <strong>Jul. 11, 2009:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron. I didn't like it so much as a kid mainly because there weren't any others. I grew to like it more. The misspellings can get annoying." <strong>Mar. 11, 2009:</strong> <li> "A very strong significant Bible name. It is a very cute name for a boy and a very handsome name for a man. I named my son Aaron Elijah Lewis. His name really suits him." <strong>Jan. 13, 2009:</strong> <li> "im called aaron and live in england, uk---i felt very unique at school as only person with this fab name, its amazing how many ways people try to spell it! ie arran,aron,arron,aran,aeron,aran,and many more! i love being different and guess my name matches my personality very well." <strong>Dec. 6, 2008:</strong> <li> "My name is aaron which i love. also it makes me laugh every time someone attempts to spell it because most people don't get the concept of Twin "A"s together. So when someone spells my name wrong i gives me the chance to "enlighten" them with how its spelled." <strong>Sep. 25, 2008:</strong> <li> "My name is Aaron. It could be a little more unique, but it gets the job done. People spell it Aron or Arron a lot, and sometimes if people are real dumb they will spell it Erin. People should know that's a girls name." <strong>Apr. 3, 2008:</strong> <li> "this is my nephews name, it really suits him. It wouldnt be my first choice, but its a good solid name and i cant think of any awful nicknames." <strong>Oct. 14, 2007:</strong> <li> "my boyfriend's name is aaron and i like his name its ordinary yet not common simple and cool.... i love the name aaron, just like i like my aaron" <strong>Jan. 29, 2007:</strong> <li> "i dont see why people confuse erin and aaron its not the same name to me at all they are completely different" <strong>Jan. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "I like it much better for a boy than for a girl. Aaron was a great man in the bible who assisted his brother Moses in speaking to the Israelites." <strong>Dec. 21, 2006:</strong> <li> "hi my name is Aaron alot of people spell it wrong. they spell Aron, Arian,or Earn" <strong>Oct. 28, 2006:</strong> <li> "my name is Aaron. people misspell it " erin", " ernie". "eric" etc" <strong>Sep. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "my name is aaron people call me erin and it gets on my last nerve, i wish i could change it to gage" <strong>Aug. 2, 2006:</strong> <li> "My husband's name is Aaron. Nice enough name. Easy enough to spell, right? Wrong. The poor guy gets "Erin" "Aron" and "Arron" more often than not. Another bad thing this day and age about the name Aaron is the double As. You are at the top of everyone's phone list. So people who forget to lock their cell phone keys always seem to accidently bump their phone around and call us LOL Anyway, great name. Simple name. Ironically confusing." <strong>Jul. 12, 2006:</strong> <li> "I LOVE THE NAME AARON, BUT PEOPLE ALWAYS CALL MY SON A-RON" <strong>Jul. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "People often spell it wrong and will sometimes call me by familliar names like Adam or Eric" <strong>Apr. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "I am male and people frequently spell this name by the incorrect female spelling: Erin." <strong>Mar. 27, 2006:</strong> <li> ""Arron" is not incorrect.... it makes more sense than two A's." <strong>Mar. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "hi im Aaron Moore and i think that i should have been named Abner." <strong>Feb. 17, 2006:</strong> <li> "I've known many people named Aaron/ Erin but not closley enough for it to be a name i would over look when choosing a name for a child. But there are a few problems, this is the Hebrew Aaron not the Irish Erin which is a very feminin name and i do have concerns that the two completely diffrent names (because they are both names with strong culture behind them) are basically pronounced the same it is a bit anoying in theory and since i dont like Erin for a girl it is a bit irritatingto think unless its read someone might confuse him for a girl or be unsure... but i do like it and may use it anyway aside from the confusion it could bring it is a strong name without nickname possibilities and its only slightly common. I really love Biblical names and their meanings as well." <strong>Feb. 8, 2006:</strong> <li> "i love this name more than anything. but people do spell it wrong, like aron or arron. but its honestly a very beautiful name." <strong>Nov. 29, 2005:</strong> <li> "I'm my name and for some reason everybody wants to spell it like the feminine version "Erin". It's biblical, people, look it up!" <strong>Nov. 23, 2005:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 537,715 boys in the United States have been named Aaron since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1989, when 15,303 people in the U.S. were given the name Aaron. Those people are now 32 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
42021-11-29 16:22:41image/jpege1327ac55dee05080ea0a266ef7eda006379aaea12698/e1/32/7a/c5/e1327ac55dee05080ea0a266ef7eda006379aaea.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/e1/32/7a/c5/e1327ac55dee05080ea0a266ef7eda006379aaea.jpg42021-11-28 22:24:49Aarush2010226Aboy?1<li> "THESE days:Alexander, AlexandriaAnnaAnthony, Antonia (she would be My Antonia)AliciaAdamAaronPlease if you want your child to be unusual and uuqnie, let their personalities be unusual and uuqnie, not their names. I can understand not wanting to have 4 Anthony's in the same class, but there are plenty of strong under-used names that will not have your child feeling self-conscious. Was this answer helpful?" <strong>Jul. 13, 2012:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 226 boys in the United States have been named Aarush since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2010, when 226 people in the U.S. were given the name Aarush. Those people are now 10 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
52021-11-29 16:22:46image/jpega7d362c5acef5e1ecb3c0229214e289b919af2a014985/a7/d3/62/c5/a7d362c5acef5e1ecb3c0229214e289b919af2a0.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/a7/d3/62/c5/a7d362c5acef5e1ecb3c0229214e289b919af2a0.jpg52021-11-28 22:24:52Ab18856Aboy?1<li> "My name is AB when people ask my name they get a funny look and i have to explain its liek the alphabet abc. I like its uniqeness" <strong>Dec. 13, 2009:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 25 boys in the United States have been named Ab since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1885, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Ab. Those people are now 135 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
62021-11-29 16:22:58image/jpeg91bc515c342026bedfcb8340e737e1346f37f5ed15409/91/bc/51/5c/91bc515c342026bedfcb8340e737e1346f37f5ed.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/91/bc/51/5c/91bc515c342026bedfcb8340e737e1346f37f5ed.jpg62021-11-28 22:25:05Abb18906Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 16 boys in the United States have been named Abb since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1890, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Abb. Those people are now 130 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
72021-11-29 16:23:08image/jpeg0ca441245d200273fbcd05c4b08e7ae4e3df00d214595/0c/a4/41/24/0ca441245d200273fbcd05c4b08e7ae4e3df00d2.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/0c/a4/41/24/0ca441245d200273fbcd05c4b08e7ae4e3df00d2.jpg72021-11-28 22:25:09Abbie18875Aboy50%121<li> "We call our little boy Abby, short for Abraxas. We also call him Abs. He is a very calm, cuddly, sweet baby. He is not a year old but he suits his name fine. It is unique in these here parts!" <strong>Jun. 5, 2009:</strong> <li> "Guys are weird that way, mine ran everytime I took the book out. I ended up mainkg a list of about 20 names that I liked and I gave it to him. He was forced to pick which ones were his favorite. Needless to say, he actually went through the list and had comments about every single one! Just an idea. Was this answer helpful?" <strong>Dec. 29, 2012:</strong> <li> "Fee, I am in love with your website! You are a true dosemtic and garden goddess, and I am very jealous!Found this via your facebook link about Jon's One Star bread. I will not be telling Matt, as he will want to know why I cannot cook like a Fee Kempton!Loving the photos of Abbie too. So grown up to be starting school where has the time gone? Do come and visit us would love to see you all. Joseph is walking now, and is a whirling dervish and loves visitors (new people to show off in front of just like his Dad!). We'd love to have you .Love Kat xx" <strong>Dec. 26, 2012:</strong> <li> "This is my favourite ever name for a girl (I prefer it spelled Abby or Abbi though) but for a boy? No way! This is a girls name, not a boy's name...it's like calling a boy Lucy!" <strong>Dec. 8, 2014:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 2 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 10 boys in the United States have been named Abbie since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1891, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Abbie. Those people are now 129 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
82021-11-29 16:23:10image/jpegaaf4b8a11aa08b116c27db651ffa6bb4c0a2a8d214382/aa/f4/b8/a1/aaf4b8a11aa08b116c27db651ffa6bb4c0a2a8d2.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/aa/f4/b8/a1/aaf4b8a11aa08b116c27db651ffa6bb4c0a2a8d2.jpg82021-11-28 22:25:19Abbott18886Aboy100%11<li> "I have a baby girl named Abbott and everyone loves it. It's a pretty rare name and I agree its alot better than Angeline or Anita." <strong>Apr. 22, 2010:</strong> <li> "OOPSIE... I thought this was also a girl name and decided, as a good friend,to help my friend,who is in a dire coma,to fill in her daughter's birth application form since her boyfriend had so-called "abandon" her and her mom was mentally challenged. A list of names were given but i thought Abbott sounded impeccable for a girl instead of those typical ones like Anne, Anna, Angeline,Anita,Adeline...etc. UMM DOESNT IT? or, am I nuts to say that?! O Whatever is it. What am i suppose to do now?! Supposedly she wake up from her coma and knew that her girl had a boy name... the outcome would definetely be undesirable. Help me!" <strong>Sep. 8, 2009:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 11 boys in the United States have been named Abbott since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1888, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Abbott. Those people are now 132 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
92021-11-29 16:23:21image/jpege9dafcd8420e5acdf884bae6933b3777237affe113849/e9/da/fc/d8/e9dafcd8420e5acdf884bae6933b3777237affe1.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/e9/da/fc/d8/e9dafcd8420e5acdf884bae6933b3777237affe1.jpg92021-11-28 22:25:30Abdiel2011275Aboy?3<li> "As far As I know I haven't meet anyone older than me I'm from 1969" <strong>Nov. 6, 2013:</strong> <li> "WELCOME TO BESTCHICAGOBANKRUPTCYATTORNEY.COMFinancial issues are stmeoimes so frustrating that it can have negative effects on one?s life as well as lives of the family members. In America there are many people who might have gone through such trouble due to recession. Financial problems would be due to many reasons and some of them being marital issues, death, job problems and speculative businesses. Chicago is a large city and many people staying here have faced some turbulent times in financial aspect. The problem of recession has actually distressed many people. The piling up of debts and crunch in financial aspects would be a big issue but the best part is, there are some legal options that can protect you. You should seek help of Chicago bankruptcy attorney and this will be a good decision.You have a legal right to file for bankruptcy when you genuinely need some protection from the creditors. A Chicago bankruptcy lawyer should help you in seeking such debt relief options. But this would be the solution only when other doors have closed. You will require legal advice from such an experienced lawyer who has enough expertise on this particular subject. You should know that a bankruptcy lawyer Chicago would mostly give you free debt relief advice. This is something really good as one is getting second chance to set up the ruined finances once again.A bankruptcy attorney Chicago should give you some important piece of advice on this subject and as well as on the other options that may be available to give you relief from the debt issues and debt piling up. But if bankruptcy is the only viable and practical solution then it is vital to note that even after bankruptcy you can get a chance to revive once again. This kind of guidance can be availed from bankruptcy attorneys in Chicago.You need to search for good and experienced lawyers and then only you can get cent percent relief from the problem. There would be many lawyers in Chicago and you should search for someone near your locality who is expert enough to guide you. You should tell everything quite frankly to the lawyer and then he would be in the condition to give you the apt guidance. The fee that is charged is quite nominal and this is something worth for the solution that you would get. Search for a good layer today itself to stay completely tension free." <strong>Jun. 17, 2013:</strong> <li> "if they don't have any info on this name, why put it on the site??" <strong>Jun. 21, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 1,214 boys in the United States have been named Abdiel since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2011, when 275 people in the U.S. were given the name Abdiel. Those people are now 9 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
102021-11-29 16:23:23image/jpeged20c31c27d5bbba0113b899a83f36067524f80918904/ed/20/c3/1c/ed20c31c27d5bbba0113b899a83f36067524f809.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/ed/20/c3/1c/ed20c31c27d5bbba0113b899a83f36067524f809.jpg102021-11-28 22:25:34Abdul1976157Aboy75%331<li> "my sons father name, he didnt like it so we called him Byrd.. BUt i loved to call him that and the way it made him seem extra masculine.....Sons name will be Mekhi Abdul" <strong>Apr. 21, 2008:</strong> <li> "Very common name in the United States. Also many African-Americans rename themselves with this name." <strong>Jun. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "my boyfriend is called abdul and we know quiet a few people called that and many people spell it wrong" <strong>Oct. 15, 2006:</strong> <li> "Thanks for contirbtunig. It's helped me understand the issues." <strong>Dec. 15, 2011:</strong> <li> "I might be baeintg a dead horse, but thank you for posting this!" <strong>Dec. 14, 2011:</strong> <li> "it is a wery wery wery profound names i am much adore of thy names" <strong>Oct. 8, 2010:</strong> <li> "The name "abdul" gives me a sense of fear and provokes thoughts of the antichrist." <strong>Jan. 9, 2020:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 3 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 2,617 boys in the United States have been named Abdul since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1976, when 157 people in the U.S. were given the name Abdul. Those people are now 44 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
112021-11-29 16:23:42image/jpeg1475d3ce58b6713e94ce2a5296c2290a042d39df15976/14/75/d3/ce/1475d3ce58b6713e94ce2a5296c2290a042d39df.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/14/75/d3/ce/1475d3ce58b6713e94ce2a5296c2290a042d39df.jpg212021-11-28 22:25:47Abdullah2012303Aboy100%13<li> "its a great name. it means "slave of God" or "servent of God". I love this name, i wish i had been named Abdullah..." <strong>Feb. 15, 2006:</strong> <li> "I raelly wish there were more articles like this on the web." <strong>Jul. 22, 2011:</strong> <li> "Hi,Good Day My name is Miss.Jenna I saw your profile today at and was moved and become interested in you, I will like you to send me an email to my address ([email protected]) so that i can give you my pictures for you to know whom i am. I believed we can move from here? Remember colour distance does not matter but LOVE matters allot in life). Reply me back with my email address([email protected]) hope to hear from you soon yours Miss Jenna" <strong>Apr. 10, 2011:</strong> <li> "My name is Abdula. . . and I love it because I'm the only one I know that spells it the way I do. Still written the same way in arabic. People usually spell my name wrong but in the correct way as in Abdullah instead of Abdula. I basically love my name. . . it is very unique :)" <strong>May. 7, 2008:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 3,422 boys in the United States have been named Abdullah since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 303 people in the U.S. were given the name Abdullah. Those people are now 8 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
122021-11-29 16:23:54image/jpeg29220a9fc59b3713c4e376508fd5e5dcb67e7d4f29288/29/22/0a/9f/29220a9fc59b3713c4e376508fd5e5dcb67e7d4f.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/29/22/0a/9f/29220a9fc59b3713c4e376508fd5e5dcb67e7d4f.jpg232021-11-28 22:26:28Abel20121,931Aboy90%1872<li> "My fiance and I just confirmed were expecting even after several NEGATIVE pregnancy tests early on, I was just convinced I was pregnant and am just as certain it is a boy. I literally ONLY threw out ONE name, "Abel" and there was absolutely no discussion past that needed. This is such a fantastic, strong, and under used name. I cannot wait to use it, and we have e chosen Michael as the middle name as that is my fiance's middle and my brother whom essentially raised me's first name. Overjoyed and honestly more than proud to say "Abel," when anyone asks potential names. Most people say that they really like it and wouldn't have thought of it to use." <strong>Jul. 16, 2016:</strong> <li> "We named our son Abel, after his grandfather Abelardo. We love the name, though I've noticed on this forum people are confused about the Hebrew translation to breath... It is not really meant like your "breath" but more like nothingness or ephemeral... Not really a very positive meaning, but that has no bearing on why we chose the name. We like that it's a unique and strong name for a boy" <strong>Apr. 22, 2015:</strong> <li> "I like it because people remember my name easily, but sometimes hasn't work in my favor. I rarely meet other people with my name, so I have never had a friend with my name.I've met Hispanic people, African, and American with these name. Other people commenting on "foreigners" not pronouncing it right, it is because that is how they might pronounce it in their language. Most cultures that are predominately christian/catholic know the name even thought is not popularly used. The worst thing is like the other commenter said people generally think they are hilarious when they ask you if you have a brother named Cain, but they are mostly old people not my age or younger, thankfully. The misspelling doesn't bother me because in English is very similar to pronouncing able, so it is understandable, and to be honest, how much can you possibly misspell a named made up of 4 letters. I actually wish it was more popular because I hate being always the only one in groups something other people seem to want to avoid." <strong>Mar. 7, 2015:</strong> <li> "My best friend abl yes not able he was my beat friend but had to move so now I miss him very very very much so now the name abl is very special to me and my heart so I love the name abl" <strong>Nov. 1, 2014:</strong> <li> "My son is named Abel he was born in October 2012. In response to the comment on the first murderer in history... get your facts straight it was Cain that killed Abel not the other way around!!! Abel is a precious name but me and my husband gave him the first name of Christopher so when he gets older and thinks Abel is too babyish he can use first name instead of his middle name we call him." <strong>May. 20, 2014:</strong> <li> "My boyfriend likes this name, I have 3 other kids and all their names start with A, so I guess I like it. Not as unique as I wanted to be. Then again I dont know any Abel." <strong>May. 8, 2014:</strong> <li> "I have named my first born son Abel. To me, it's very under used as I've never met someone with the name Abel, but it still is familiar. Other than the obvious biblical association, the main reason I named my son this is so he has a name with a positive connotation. He can say things like "my name is Abel, and I'm able to accomplish the task" or, "my name is Abel, and I'm very capable". That's my reasoning. I'm sure he'll get some teasing but really, any name you name your child, some other child will figure out a way to make fun of it, it's just the way it is. Hope this helps!" <strong>Oct. 21, 2013:</strong> <li> "Abel i love the name my partner said about naming our unborn child it and we are both so happy with it dont know anyone else with the name" <strong>Jun. 23, 2011:</strong> <li> "i have a little boy called malachi and im thinking of nameing my next little boy thats due abel. because im trying to find a name thats differnt and unique but not too strange!" <strong>Mar. 1, 2010:</strong> <li> "i have a friend who has the name Abel i totally love it and i wish to date him one day actually" <strong>Feb. 24, 2010:</strong> <li> "I love this name. My son's name is Abel Ellingsen _______, my father's name is Abel Ellingsen _______, my grandfather's name is Abel Magnus_________ and I think his father's name was Abel as well. I also have a a lot of cousins and nephew's with the name of Abel for a first or middle name. Another popular name in our family is Finn." <strong>Oct. 17, 2009:</strong> <li> "I named my son Abel. He was born 12 weeks early. He needed a strong breath, and Abel means breath... It worked, he is growing well and very healthy. I believe it is a strong name. It is unique without being 'strange'. I don't have a problem with people pronouncing it wrong... just spelling it wrong (able)." <strong>Jun. 30, 2009:</strong> <li> "Its my name, and i think its great. And may 12 person, caine and abel just dont mix." <strong>Jun. 12, 2009:</strong> <li> "I hope to name my first son this, as it goes with his father's name, caine....." <strong>May. 12, 2009:</strong> <li> "it is the best name i ever know, even it is not my name." <strong>Dec. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "it is the best name i ever know, even it is not my name." <strong>Dec. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "" I had a twin brother called Abel. He was named after my grandpa on my Mom's side. He was French and it was pronounced " Ah -bell.." or A-bell. My brother didn't mind. I've never met another person with the name. I guess it is still a unique name." <strong>Nov. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Abelino, pronounced Ahh-bell-eee-no. It is spanish for Abel, from the bible. It is his great-grandfather's name, and we love it! It is different, and people of other cultures have problems pronouncing it. O-well, at least it is not often heard." <strong>Jan. 27, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Abel because he is our second son (like in the Bible)yes it is often misspelled but I love it! Hope he always will too." <strong>Jul. 13, 2021:</strong> <li> "It is my husband's name, his father's name too, I have a cowowrker named Abel, and one of my good friends from Texas got married to an Abel too:)" <strong>Jul. 14, 2016:</strong> <li> "I HATE D NAME.VERY MUSH COZ IT CONTRO ME I WANT 2 CHANCE IT BUT IT WAS IMPOSIABLE" <strong>Sep. 7, 2014:</strong> <li> "I love the name my son's name is Abel Nathaniel and Abel means breath Nathaniel means given by god so togeather he is breath given by god. Love love love the name." <strong>Sep. 11, 2012:</strong> <li> "Iam planning to put this name for my baby, i like it and i dont know how it strike my mind from my first trimester onwards..." <strong>Jan. 27, 2011:</strong> <li> "I accidentally reported the comment made on May 13th as inappropriate - sorry - it isn't!" <strong>Nov. 9, 2009:</strong> <li> "My name is Abel, and I've never met another. People spell it wrong constantly (even relatives), and pronounce it wrong fairly often as well. If I had a nickel for every time I've been asked if I had a brother named Cain I'd be a wealthy man (and if I had another nickel for every time the inquirer thought this was a very original piece of wit I'd be twice as rich). My last name is "Winn," so you can guess how often my name was punned on growing up. Yes, bearing the name Abel is a trial, but it's been worth it. I enjoy having a unique name, and I'm easy to find in a google search." <strong>Aug. 2, 2005:</strong> <li> "My name is Abel and I hate it. Whenever I introduce myself people say "what?", but it doesn't happen when I use any other name." <strong>May. 13, 2008:</strong> <li> "don't like kaine (that's how i'd spell it) either!!!" <strong>Feb. 27, 2006:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 7 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 36,268 boys in the United States have been named Abel since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 1,931 people in the U.S. were given the name Abel. Those people are now 9 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
132021-11-29 16:23:57image/jpeg0508a3ef08e2593f6da1d29668b598e59abb707213694/05/08/a3/ef/0508a3ef08e2593f6da1d29668b598e59abb7072.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/05/08/a3/ef/0508a3ef08e2593f6da1d29668b598e59abb7072.jpg242021-11-28 22:26:34Abelardo197268Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 68 boys in the United States have been named Abelardo since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1972, when 68 people in the U.S. were given the name Abelardo. Those people are now 48 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
142021-11-29 16:24:00image/jpegb7b652ed55d2520ef8ff8d7eab5b49c7e110bb8413850/b7/b6/52/ed/b7b652ed55d2520ef8ff8d7eab5b49c7e110bb84.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/b7/b6/52/ed/b7b652ed55d2520ef8ff8d7eab5b49c7e110bb84.jpg252021-11-28 22:26:41Abie18895Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Abie since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1889, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Abie. Those people are now 131 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
152021-11-29 16:24:04image/jpeg5484ecc1d8d4a797984e40ec1917b571d39894d421553/54/84/ec/c1/5484ecc1d8d4a797984e40ec1917b571d39894d4.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/54/84/ec/c1/5484ecc1d8d4a797984e40ec1917b571d39894d4.jpg262021-11-28 22:26:46Abner191594Aboy100%74<li> "GREAT NAME MAKES ME THINK OF THE CARTOON 'LIL' ABNER" <strong>Jul. 4, 2018:</strong> <li> "My name is Abner Cowherd. I'm the only one in the world. No mistake who people are talking about when my name is spoken. I always get my name for any email address. Hope I have lived up to the title " father of light". I try to have a bright outlook.lol" <strong>Feb. 23, 2017:</strong> <li> "abner is my son's name. he was born in 2010. i like the meaning of name " father of light". i will be proud of him!" <strong>Sep. 17, 2010:</strong> <li> "I love my name "abner" so much i am considering Abner Jr. for my child, my wife so far is not on board, but i will get her to come around. And i met another Abner for the first time in London in 2004. It was a very cool experience." <strong>Jun. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "hahah im a abner...i just ruined your goal..my name is awesome i love it ...its exotic" <strong>Apr. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "Well Abner, i love the name too, although it does bring up old fashioned feeling to it, i dont see it as nerdy at all....maybe academic, but not nerdy. A nerd name to me would be somthing like Ross...and the like.." <strong>Nov. 27, 2005:</strong> <li> "My name is Abner. It is never spelled nor pronounced incorrectly. I have NEVER met another Abner (A goal that I hope to one day achieve). Very briefly, I think the name Abner is an excellent choice yet risky and one which takes patience to love. As a child I hated my name but I grew into it and also appreciate it and love it. I always get "I have never me another Abner before". It's original and people remember you. I also feel that I don't look or act like an "Abner" (I know, what does that mean?). People do have conceptions of what an "Abner" will be like. Fortunately, I don't fit the clich? of a "nerd" or "red-neck" or old-fashioned" or any of the words that i have heard used to describe my name. Another name that seems to generate the same sentiment is Poindexter. I like being juxtaposed to my name. Instead of being another Josh, Zach or Matt, I am Abner  an individual." <strong>Aug. 18, 2005:</strong> <li> "My full name is Abner Arries nd i live in South Africa.People normally spell my name wrong.The town i stay in is Cape Town and of what i know im the only person with the name Abner.I think i have a great name and im quite happy with my name." <strong>Jan. 31, 2007:</strong> <li> "My grandson's name is Abner.This is really a novel name to us. I hope there may not be any other Abners in Kerala. With this unique name my grandson will always be noted. My grandson is ,of course ,the LIGHT OF OUR FAMILY now. May God bless him." <strong>Nov. 30, 2006:</strong> <li> "Abner is the name given to my elder son's baby boy born on 21st November 2006 in USA. This name is selected by my younger son . He explained to us the meaning and origin of this name . since it is a meaningful name we all liked it.liked it." <strong>Nov. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "It's ok but i would not want my kid to have the name Abner. But other then that it's ok" <strong>Mar. 9, 2006:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 2,336 boys in the United States have been named Abner since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1915, when 94 people in the U.S. were given the name Abner. Those people are now 105 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
162021-11-29 16:24:05image/jpeg7251ffefffe0cfd00a4f969ac46f61722b8828dd21013/72/51/ff/ef/7251ffefffe0cfd00a4f969ac46f61722b8828dd.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/72/51/ff/ef/7251ffefffe0cfd00a4f969ac46f61722b8828dd.jpg272021-11-28 22:26:49Abraham20062,151Aboy100%89<li> "Abraham is a really mean person but he makes someone else happy and makes the ship of "Mabraham" To be honest he's a literal rat and super mean but like he's so nice to that other person so yeah" <strong>Jun. 10, 2017:</strong> <li> "We're going to call our son abraham, but will be pronouncing it ab-ra-ham (instead of ay-bra-ham) since that's the French pronounciation. I think it's a great name. Not sure about a nick name, though." <strong>Aug. 11, 2013:</strong> <li> "I have an Abraham and I love his name. It is strong and is an easy nickname for the family who likes nicknames. I was nervous people would sing "father Abraham, had many sons, many sons have father Abraham" but only the first week from my brother and no more." <strong>Feb. 12, 2009:</strong> <li> "I love this name. I would have given it to a son, but alas. So I gave it to my dog. He was usually called Abe. It's not a name anyone would tease you about except to call you Honest Abe." <strong>Jan. 20, 2008:</strong> <li> "I've rarely had anyone mis-spell or mis-pronounce Abraham, but Abe is often pronounced Ah-Bee by non-native English speakers. It's a great name because it's unique, but the stats here show a steady rise in it's use, so that may be changing." <strong>Jan. 10, 2008:</strong> <li> "my brothers name is abraham but we say it differentlly, since we are hispanic" <strong>Aug. 25, 2007:</strong> <li> "Abraham is VERY old-fashioned, but it has a certain appeal to it. I wouldn't shorten it to 'Abe', though, that sounds too much like 'Ape'!" <strong>Mar. 9, 2007:</strong> <li> "my son's name is abraham and it suits him perfectly. it is actually a really cute name for a baby. people often identify it as a bible name, which is ok because that is part of why we chose it." <strong>Aug. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "WELL MY NAME IS ABRAHAM AND I LIKE IT VERY MUCH CAUSE IS NOT A COMMON NAME AND NO EVERYBODY HAS THE LUCK TO BE NAMED ABRAHAM " THE FATHER OF MANY "" <strong>Apr. 26, 2020:</strong> <li> "My name is Abraham, often people call me adam if they don't know me, I don't know why, some call me abe, but since it was my grandpa's nickname so that the two of us would not get confused. He's dead now so I don't want to be called Abe =D" <strong>Jul. 16, 2009:</strong> <li> "My name is Abraham and people misspell it all the time. I've seen different variations, ranging from Abruham to Aberham. It's kind of sad actually. I still love my name though because I don't know too many other Abraham's. People always call me president though which I take as a compliment. Finally, people call me Abe, Abey, Abey Baby (coined by my kindergarten teacher). It's a really great name and I am glad that I have it." <strong>Feb. 5, 2009:</strong> <li> "Its been ok but just some people spell and prenounce wrong and white chicks actualy like my name." <strong>Jan. 28, 2008:</strong> <li> "there was this time that I meet this boy named Abraham" <strong>Jan. 7, 2008:</strong> <li> "This is my friends name, and almost everyone calls him Abe!! i think it is a good name, and check out the chart ...it is becoming more popular!! :)" <strong>Nov. 12, 2007:</strong> <li> "people normaly spells it wrong like in Abram. and girls dont like it when i say my name is abraham its a turn off. thats y i dont like my own name." <strong>Oct. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "people normaly spells it wrong like in Abram. and girls dont like it when i say my name is abraham its a turn off. thats y i dont like my own name." <strong>Oct. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "people normaly spells it wrong like in Abram. and girls dont like it when i say my name is abraham its a turn off. thats y i dont like my own name." <strong>Oct. 7, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 76,290 boys in the United States have been named Abraham since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2006, when 2,151 people in the U.S. were given the name Abraham. Those people are now 14 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
172021-11-29 16:24:13image/jpeg2f73b5e7e9287155cc39472d2f3bfa1da6a605211797/2f/73/b5/e7/2f73b5e7e9287155cc39472d2f3bfa1da6a60521.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/2f/73/b5/e7/2f73b5e7e9287155cc39472d2f3bfa1da6a60521.jpg282021-11-28 22:27:09Abram2012751Aboy100%52<li> "My son who was born 2018 is named Abram. We liked it better then Abraham. We have an older son named Lincoln. We thought it was cute to have an Abe and Lincoln and my name is Nancy. ( Abram Lincolns mother was Nancy) we also happen to live to Lincoln boyhood state park. So just seemed fitting" <strong>Nov. 11, 2020:</strong> <li> "People like to point Out the fact that Often times, acrostics are not Possible to read." <strong>Dec. 10, 2010:</strong> <li> "We named our second son Abram, he is now 5 months old. We preferred Abram to Abraham. He does get called Abe for short." <strong>Oct. 18, 2010:</strong> <li> "Love it! We are due in July and if this little one is a boy we are considering naming him Abram." <strong>Dec. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "someday i might use it, it has an old world tone and is becoming more uncommon." <strong>May. 28, 2005:</strong> <li> "We should have just named him Abraham because many people tend to call him that. Others call him Abe for short. Over all I really am glad we named our son Abram. We haven't met others with the name Abram or the name Abraham. So far there have been no mispelling or mispronounication either. We are glad we picked a name that is not so common. It's a short name with a lot of power and history. It's a bibical name meaning "Friend of God" or "Faithful One" this is one of the reasons why we picked it." <strong>Apr. 6, 2008:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Abram. He likes to be called Abe." <strong>Mar. 25, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 10,597 boys in the United States have been named Abram since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 751 people in the U.S. were given the name Abram. Those people are now 8 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
182021-11-29 16:24:20image/jpeg59f14babf5552a02e7f60e8ad928ac7597ee4c7013928/59/f1/4b/ab/59f14babf5552a02e7f60e8ad928ac7597ee4c70.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/59/f1/4b/ab/59f14babf5552a02e7f60e8ad928ac7597ee4c70.jpg292021-11-28 22:27:14Ace2012494Aboy100%44<li> "My 5 year old son name is ace,and everywhere we go people to say how nice his name is lol" <strong>Jul. 9, 2013:</strong> <li> "This is a really cool name for a boy. Wanna talk about a lady killer?...A kid named "Ace" definitely would be." <strong>Nov. 4, 2008:</strong> <li> "one of my favorite rockers is named Ace. i think it would be cool for a little boys name. sounds like a rockers name." <strong>Jun. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "one of my favorite rockers is named Ace. i think it would be cool for a little boys name. sounds like a rockers name." <strong>Jun. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "Ace is sexy, Im naming my boy that, and making him get a tattoo of the Ace card on his shoulder with a snake wrapped around it! yeahh..." <strong>Jan. 23, 2011:</strong> <li> "This is my sons name and I love it!! Its uncommon and cool." <strong>Dec. 29, 2010:</strong> <li> "Ace, is my name... "Ace" dos't that just roll off your mouth?" <strong>Jul. 11, 2010:</strong> <li> "my favorite rockers name. really cute for a boys names." <strong>Jun. 18, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 2,674 boys in the United States have been named Ace since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 494 people in the U.S. were given the name Ace. Those people are now 8 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
192021-11-29 16:24:31image/jpegfe4e15cc06cde7f9626752a4faba0394cb2c0d7113751/fe/4e/15/cc/fe4e15cc06cde7f9626752a4faba0394cb2c0d71.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/fe/4e/15/cc/fe4e15cc06cde7f9626752a4faba0394cb2c0d71.jpg302021-11-28 22:27:24Acey18865Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Acey since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1886, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Acey. Those people are now 134 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
202021-11-29 16:24:42image/jpeg3f6b4c6a0c56b034d0860d0e16a6dae88fb0822e17041/3f/6b/4c/6a/3f6b4c6a0c56b034d0860d0e16a6dae88fb0822e.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/3f/6b/4c/6a/3f6b4c6a0c56b034d0860d0e16a6dae88fb0822e.jpg312021-11-28 22:27:35Acie191117Aboy?1<li> "My father in-law is named Acie. His birthplace is in OK USA, his grandmother was full blood Choctaw Indian. His life was 1916-1995. His sister, Iva jo's family tree is spelled "Acy". Pronounced A-C-EE. from Esther" <strong>Aug. 24, 2008:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 108 boys in the United States have been named Acie since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1911, when 17 people in the U.S. were given the name Acie. Those people are now 109 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
212021-11-29 16:24:48image/jpeg8a1f3e89870e9eec10defe97d00dc22e2ad01abf14187/8a/1f/3e/89/8a1f3e89870e9eec10defe97d00dc22e2ad01abf.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/8a/1f/3e/89/8a1f3e89870e9eec10defe97d00dc22e2ad01abf.jpg322021-11-28 22:27:46Acy18966Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 6 boys in the United States have been named Acy since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1896, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Acy. Those people are now 124 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
222021-11-29 16:24:56image/jpeg7c0bc9fef0982f4a4adad8ec68b0d1557fd75b5f17839/7c/0b/c9/fe/7c0bc9fef0982f4a4adad8ec68b0d1557fd75b5f.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/7c/0b/c9/fe/7c0bc9fef0982f4a4adad8ec68b0d1557fd75b5f.jpg332021-11-28 22:27:54Ada189710Aboy?1<li> "Some boys of recent times named Adam or Oliver are so called because of having great-aunts of whomever named Ada or Olive. Adam and Oliver are the "boy" names of today (a decade or two ago, however, Oliver would have been viewed more as a "grandpa" name), and although Ada and Olive are generally seen as "grandma" names at the moment, both names are being used for young girls once again while they are still relatively unpopular. If ever I came across a man named Ada instead of Adam (Ada without the "m"), I'd go "Well, wouldn't you Adam and Eve it?"." <strong>May. 17, 2008:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 69 boys in the United States have been named Ada since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1897, when 10 people in the U.S. were given the name Ada. Those people are now 123 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
232021-11-29 16:25:02image/jpegf27f21cb55034aaaf51355c01cdba1822cf2201215720/f2/7f/21/cb/f27f21cb55034aaaf51355c01cdba1822cf22012.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/f2/7f/21/cb/f27f21cb55034aaaf51355c01cdba1822cf22012.jpg342021-11-28 22:28:03Adalberto198195Aboy100%11<li> "it is my name!! Defenitely, people always pronouce it and write it wrong. To pronounce it you need to follow the spanish sounding of each letter. At first I was uncomfortable with it but, it grew on me and I thank God that I have it. It is not a very common name and it thus make a very unique person.." <strong>Feb. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "This is my baby boy's name. Adalberto Abner Nova 3rd. I love this name! It's also my cousin's name." <strong>May. 16, 2006:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 95 boys in the United States have been named Adalberto since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1981, when 95 people in the U.S. were given the name Adalberto. Those people are now 39 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
242021-11-29 16:25:09image/jpegab3dd8c54021c80a79b9cb838d7cfd3cc3d72a2a2510/ab/3d/d8/c5/ab3dd8c54021c80a79b9cb838d7cfd3cc3d72a2a.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/ab/3d/d8/c5/ab3dd8c54021c80a79b9cb838d7cfd3cc3d72a2a.jpg352021-11-28 22:28:11Adam198423,906Aboy91%49205<li> "I?m naming my baby boy Adam it?s a beautiful name his real name will be Adam Jax when he gets here it?s a beautiful name and has a good meaning to it" <strong>Apr. 17, 2020:</strong> <li> "I LOVE the name Adam it?s beautiful and it?s perfect for a little baby boy I know a couple of boys named Adam" <strong>Jul. 12, 2019:</strong> <li> "Adam is the finest boy's name in the English language. Period." <strong>Dec. 18, 2017:</strong> <li> "My sons name is Adam. I love it. The first of Gods messengers and Jesus is also called the second Adam xxxxx He's 19 now and 4 friends are called Adam." <strong>Sep. 8, 2016:</strong> <li> "My name is Adam, and one thing that I've noticed is that there aren't very many Adams in my area (South AL.). Another thing is that when I hear it pronounced by others it always sounds weird to my ears. Not sure why exactly." <strong>Oct. 19, 2015:</strong> <li> "My husband's name is Adam, so I guess that I'm a little prejudiced. :) However, I've always liked this name even before I met my husband. Very solid and grounded name." <strong>Apr. 27, 2015:</strong> <li> "I am naming my first boy Adam. He is due in 7 weeks. It's a great name!" <strong>Aug. 29, 2014:</strong> <li> "My name is Adam. I wouldn't trade it for any other name in the world. I love to hear my name, spell my name, write my name. If I ever have a son his name will be ADAM!" <strong>Feb. 12, 2011:</strong> <li> "Adam has to be the sexiest name i have ever encounterd" <strong>Nov. 19, 2010:</strong> <li> "My friend sat next to me at the moment is called adam :) we are in science, we think adam is a cool name :D BYEEEE xxxx" <strong>May. 26, 2010:</strong> <li> "This is my son's name, he is one. I love it and so does everyone else. It fits him perfectly." <strong>Apr. 12, 2010:</strong> <li> "It is a nice name with lots of nice meanings to it. I love biblical names in general." <strong>Feb. 25, 2010:</strong> <li> "Named my son (born 12.26) Adam - my husband and I went back and forth with names but I knew that was going to be his name since the first minute I saw him - he was born just perfect so it was clear to me that this was a creation of God." <strong>Oct. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "I love that "Adam," gets a thumbs up from every poster so far! I had a crush on an Adam in Kindergarten. He moved away, but I've always loved the name. I named my son Adam, it's just always stuck. I love that I named him "Adam" an incredible name, for an incredible person. Such an Adam he is! I love this name. So strong, so intriguing.. but also, so friendly!.. Hmmmmmm." <strong>Sep. 19, 2009:</strong> <li> "Adam is the name of the world's next great rock legend, Adam Lambert. Therefore, it is the most EPIC of names. Rock on." <strong>Aug. 4, 2009:</strong> <li> "It's my name as well. I love it. Girls love it. And it takes a STRONG woman to name her boy that." <strong>Nov. 7, 2008:</strong> <li> "My baby brother's name is Adam. He is very smart, funny and handsome. The name Adam fits him very well." <strong>Oct. 31, 2008:</strong> <li> "Love it, sounds like it would be a nice, handsome guy...also strong :)" <strong>Sep. 29, 2008:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Adam, he is very handsome, and smart. He is a baby, and it is easy for him to know his name. It isn't too common." <strong>Sep. 22, 2008:</strong> <li> "I am naming my baby Adam when he arrives in January, 2009. It is a strong, sexy name (and I have loved Adam Ant since I was 10). Can't top it." <strong>Sep. 10, 2008:</strong> <li> "I will be having my first baby boy in a couple of weeks or so. We have decided to call him Adam because it's unique and I think my son will grow up thanking me for giving him such a name. For a man's ego, being the called Adam: God's first man on earth is quite satisfying :)" <strong>Sep. 2, 2008:</strong> <li> "My name is Adam. I am 27 yrs old and never been made fun of my name all my life only some people will say where's eve? Haha. I've had lots of girlfriends and they love the name adam. I'm currently a married man with 4 kids. Yeah those were the good times. Adam is a name which your kid won't regret." <strong>Jun. 14, 2008:</strong> <li> "This is my son's name,i totally love the name Adam, a strong handsome name." <strong>Apr. 17, 2008:</strong> <li> "We named our son Adam in 1984, which I hadn't heard much at the time. When he started kindergarten, there were 3 other Adams in his class! They ended up being called Adam E, Adam K, Adam M and Adam J." <strong>Apr. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "I named my new baby Adam . I love the name. I always picture Adam's as cute, kinda quiet and very sweet people. I also like it cause its not super common." <strong>Mar. 23, 2008:</strong> <li> "My husband is named Adam and I think it is a really nice strong name. It is common but not too popular. I also think it will not fall prey to being used as a girls' name anytime soon." <strong>Feb. 5, 2008:</strong> <li> "In 2003 we named our son Adam. I thought it was a nice name that wasn't trendy or annoying." <strong>Jan. 2, 2008:</strong> <li> "It's my name, so I'm always biased. I like that it isn't too popular." <strong>Dec. 23, 2007:</strong> <li> "My youngest son is named Adam. It is such a beautiful name. We don't know any other Adam's here in Brazoria County, Texas. It's just a great name." <strong>Dec. 13, 2007:</strong> <li> "Excellent name...noble, distinguished yet friendly. Almost every Adam I know is worth knowing." <strong>Dec. 13, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son is called Adam. I think it is suitable for all age groups" <strong>Oct. 31, 2007:</strong> <li> "While Adam might be an all time hit, it has always been unique enough to warrant being the only Adam in the school/work etc. I didn't think it was that common growing up. (b1967) But I do get called Andy/Alan a third of the time." <strong>Oct. 9, 2007:</strong> <li> "I'm called Adam. I love my name and I like its meaning." <strong>Sep. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "Nobody ever gets my name wrong. I never get asked how to spell t." <strong>Aug. 15, 2007:</strong> <li> "My name is Adam. Great name. Great meaning. However, people always accidently call me "Andy"(???)" <strong>Jul. 24, 2007:</strong> <li> "i am a 44 year old male ,i never liked my name growing up, it was very uncommon in the 1960's i went all thru school and i was the only adam.kids used to call me adam ant ,adam 12 ,atom bomb ha ha ! in the 1980's when it started to gain popularity i would be in a shop and someone would call adam and i would turn around thinking it was me, HA HA . i dont do that anymore . and now i like my name , hope this helps" <strong>Jul. 5, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Adam, & I couldn't be happier! It's a solid, classic name that isn't trendy or overused" <strong>Apr. 25, 2007:</strong> <li> "i love the name Adam the person i like iz called that n it suits him so muchh. i know 7 adams that are the same age as me not including the one i like xxxx" <strong>Apr. 9, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Adam, and I love it. It sounds short, firm, confident. Fits my son perfectly. It is catchy also and everybody seem to remember it easily. Makes a statement :ADAM. Not for mommy's boy, though." <strong>Jan. 11, 2007:</strong> <li> "My entire life (31 years old), some cheese-ball (usualy some guy over 40) always follows up my introduction with "Where's Eve?" or some related stupid comment, followed by them laughing at their own joke while I stare at them blankly. Otherwise, its been a good solid name." <strong>Oct. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love the name adam. My husbands name is adam.......great pick." <strong>Sep. 2, 2006:</strong> <li> "Perfect man's name. Classic and handsome. I love the name Adam!" <strong>Jul. 31, 2006:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Adam he is sometimes nice but, others he is so cruel!!!" <strong>Jun. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "My sons' name is Adam. I always liked the name. It suits him too." <strong>May. 3, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love my name. If it was good enough to call the first human being its good enough for me. I dont like it when people call me Add but oh well, every name has a short version!" <strong>Apr. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "Adam is my brother's name so I love it. It's so burly!" <strong>Mar. 1, 2006:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Adam and I think it's a great name. Everyone has heard of it but you don't meet too many of them. Nothing rude rhymes with it and it's easy to spell and pronounce." <strong>Jan. 5, 2006:</strong> <li> "hehe its my name but im from england so i guess the chart has no relavance to me. lol" <strong>Jan. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "My husband's name is Adam and when he wanted to name our son Adam I was not happy. Now, that my son is two, Adam just fits!" <strong>Jul. 28, 2005:</strong> <li> "The name Adam is so cute I?m gonna name my baby boy Adam when he?s here but it?ll be Adam Jax nickname of Addy or atom bomb." <strong>Jun. 20, 2020:</strong> <li> "My name is Adam and I thank my parents in my heart everyday for such a great name I'm 34. Thanks mum and dad x" <strong>Apr. 6, 2020:</strong> <li> "It?s a good name it has the sweet nickname of Ads or Addy." <strong>Oct. 26, 2019:</strong> <li> "Love this name. It also means shining star! I?m planning to name my son!" <strong>Oct. 3, 2019:</strong> <li> "The name Adam is such a great name to me it means beloved I have a friend named Adam" <strong>Aug. 21, 2019:</strong> <li> "I love that My name is Adam. I don't hear it much, in fact if I hear someone say it and they are not talking to me I am shocked. I do admit I hate when there are other Adams around because it's my name!!! Anyhow super grateful and wouldn't change it for anything" <strong>Feb. 22, 2018:</strong> <li> "My name, oddly enough is Adam and I like it. All through school I wasn't Shore if I liked it or not but now that I'm older I can say I do like it, actually scratch that, I love it!! Chics dig it too (and that's always good)" <strong>Aug. 21, 2014:</strong> <li> "My name is Adam. I am 42 and I liked my name when I was a child and a teen but now as an adult I do not like it. I have never been married and have no children and I think the name Adam has been bad luck for me." <strong>Jun. 8, 2013:</strong> <li> "Adam is a great name.. Adam's are down to earth,funny, full of life, beautiful inside and out! God loved Adam and who wouldn't want a name that was so important and strong? Adam .. Love it!" <strong>Jan. 10, 2012:</strong> <li> "I named my son Adam. sometimes i like it but other times i feel it can sound a little funny to pronounce. i hope he likes his name later on because at the time i wanted it to reflect what a perfect lovely little boy i saw when he was born. x" <strong>Jul. 24, 2010:</strong> <li> "i love the name adam cause everyone named adam fills me with joy" <strong>Jun. 16, 2010:</strong> <li> "Adam is a great name, and it's going to be my first baby boy's name." <strong>Jan. 23, 2010:</strong> <li> "I named my son Adam in 2006. I love the name. It's strong, easy to spell and pronounce. I haven't met an Adam his age yet." <strong>Oct. 16, 2009:</strong> <li> "i've been with my boyfriend Adam for just over 3 years. any other adam i've met has been just as wonderful. funny smart sexy full of life and just a really good person. they say what you name your child sets them up for the rest of there lives. Adam is a strong impowered name in which to be proud of." <strong>Jul. 17, 2009:</strong> <li> "I am called Adam, but most people call me Ads. Well they did when I lived in Scotland, but now I have moved to the states my nickname has changed to Scotty - oh Well, I will beam it up then! And yes I am good looking, well so my mother tells me." <strong>Jul. 2, 2009:</strong> <li> "adam is an lame lame lame name adams are so deep fried" <strong>Nov. 1, 2007:</strong> <li> "i am a 44 year old male ,i never liked my name growing up, it was very uncommon in the 1960's i went all thru school and i was the only adam.kids used to call me adam ant ,adam 12 ,atom bomb ha ha ! in the 1980's when it started to gain popularity i would be in a shop and someone would call adam and i would turn around thinking it was me, HA HA . i dont do that anymore . and now i like my name , hope this helps" <strong>Jul. 5, 2007:</strong> <li> "basically adam is the best name in the world it comes from the greek word great which means anyone with the name adam is is great" <strong>Mar. 16, 2007:</strong> <li> "i belize the name is quiet good because you have to think about when the child is in school and as much as kids try you cant take the mic of the name :p" <strong>Oct. 24, 2006:</strong> <li> "My partners name, its short and simple. Though it seems to be more suited to the younger generations. It would be weird calling him "Adam" at 80, when we are old and grey haha" <strong>Oct. 9, 2006:</strong> <li> "This name is unoriginal and overused. I wish I was called something cool and fresh such as Jeroughm." <strong>Feb. 13, 2021:</strong> <li> "Every Adam I?ve known is a player and not to be trusted. On the surface it sounds fine, but I side eye anyone with this name now. They think they can get away with everything." <strong>Jan. 28, 2020:</strong> <li> "I am named Adam and I hate it. Much prefer something different. It's close but I wish I was called Aiden." <strong>Jul. 24, 2013:</strong> <li> "I don't like the name for modern times, but the Bible story is awesome, so yeah..." <strong>Nov. 28, 2009:</strong> <li> "People always assume you're Christian, which makes it hard when you decide you don't believe in Christianity." <strong>Feb. 17, 2009:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 20 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 522,614 boys in the United States have been named Adam since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1984, when 23,906 people in the U.S. were given the name Adam. Those people are now 37 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
252021-11-29 16:25:19image/jpeg2aa06264e4e584d24054dd46d2ce8286dc00328215336/2a/a0/62/64/2aa06264e4e584d24054dd46d2ce8286dc003282.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/2a/a0/62/64/2aa06264e4e584d24054dd46d2ce8286dc003282.jpg362021-11-28 22:28:16Adams18987Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 7 boys in the United States have been named Adams since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1898, when 7 people in the U.S. were given the name Adams. Those people are now 122 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
262021-11-29 16:25:29image/jpeg2d0c8ab1f24e3cf399675ad35ebebcfb90c76a4a17980/2d/0c/8a/b1/2d0c8ab1f24e3cf399675ad35ebebcfb90c76a4a.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/2d/0c/8a/b1/2d0c8ab1f24e3cf399675ad35ebebcfb90c76a4a.jpg372021-11-28 22:28:22Adan20051,151Aboy?3<li> "I seriously wish you had put this iaomrontifn as well as some of your different blogposts in a video page, do you make many video tutorials? I think your stuff is well thought out and it would make me happy to see some when i come back. It's sweet to at last explore a blog that the owner cares about. Do you allow trackbacks I would absolutely love to give you people some credit for your stuff? I'd specifically want to include this one if it's alright. I will just bookmark this post just in case you don't have time to get back to me." <strong>Jun. 17, 2013:</strong> <li> "I dont even know how to pronounce it! I get it in different ways such as: a-din, Ay-den, a-dawn," <strong>Jan. 31, 2010:</strong> <li> "we watched front yard personalities. pulled years later. plants and we with whatever stretching a pair I didn't" <strong>Apr. 22, 2008:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 21,220 boys in the United States have been named Adan since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2005, when 1,151 people in the U.S. were given the name Adan. Those people are now 15 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
272021-11-29 16:25:38image/jpeg4db643b29dff4763e33508507c0add07a79e9b4015065/4d/b6/43/b2/4db643b29dff4763e33508507c0add07a79e9b40.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/4d/b6/43/b2/4db643b29dff4763e33508507c0add07a79e9b40.jpg382021-11-28 22:28:24Add18926Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 20 boys in the United States have been named Add since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1892, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Add. Those people are now 128 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
282021-11-29 16:25:39image/jpeg52da50802f9e129bf0cbaa4dc456cfbdc2fde78c17117/52/da/50/80/52da50802f9e129bf0cbaa4dc456cfbdc2fde78c.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/52/da/50/80/52da50802f9e129bf0cbaa4dc456cfbdc2fde78c.jpg392021-11-28 22:28:33Addie189613Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 161 boys in the United States have been named Addie since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1896, when 13 people in the U.S. were given the name Addie. Those people are now 124 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
292021-11-29 16:25:50image/jpegcb0a48b1cf4c5f7080ef5dd0cda18a6bc412bc6f18068/cb/0a/48/b1/cb0a48b1cf4c5f7080ef5dd0cda18a6bc412bc6f.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/cb/0a/48/b1/cb0a48b1cf4c5f7080ef5dd0cda18a6bc412bc6f.jpg402021-11-28 22:28:39Addison2006438Aboy67%633<li> "My name is Addison. The name means "Son of Adam" so why would you name your daughter that. This girl name trend is stupid." <strong>May. 16, 2017:</strong> <li> "My sons name is Addison and I love it! Shortly after he was born, Grays Anatomy comes out with a female names Addison and all of the sudden people were naming their girls it! Cute for a girl, but I still think it's a strong, masculine name. His middle names is "James" and I think it flows nicely. I think it's an intelligent name as well." <strong>Jan. 19, 2013:</strong> <li> "addison is my granddaughter's name. i figure boy or girl who cares" <strong>Nov. 27, 2010:</strong> <li> "my only son is named Addison, a wonderful name for a boy~! i love his name he was born december 2009" <strong>May. 11, 2010:</strong> <li> "It means son of Adam--if you name your daughter after the son of Adam you're an idiot" <strong>May. 4, 2007:</strong> <li> "i'm naming my daughter addison. it doesn't sound like a boys name at all!" <strong>Apr. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "We are naming our son Addison. When people name their children do they ever research the meaning of the name. It has been a mans name since the early 18th Century!!! I don't mind that girls are called it - but it is a boys name :). Maybe because of Maddison that is a boys name too, which was made a popular girls name in "splash" in the 80's. I know a girl called Johny and Toni and it suits them but who are we to say that it "sounds like a girls name"." <strong>Mar. 18, 2010:</strong> <li> "it sounds totally like a BOYS name, hence the name AddiSON, means "son of Adam". Duh. Dumb parents" <strong>Nov. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "I agree that Addison doesn't sound like a boy's name." <strong>Aug. 5, 2007:</strong> <li> "A boy's name just like Kaden, Aiden, Jayden, Grayson, Bryson, Harrison, etc. Then it was taken over by girls and I feel kind of bad for the boy Addisons out there now." <strong>Apr. 20, 2014:</strong> <li> "Does not sound like a boys name. This is a GIRLS name." <strong>Jul. 5, 2013:</strong> <li> "I don't like this name for a boy what so ever. like just becaus it has son at the end means nothing. some times the son sounds more like sin or sen. So in my opionon Addison,Madison arent for boys." <strong>May. 27, 2010:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 3 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 9,770 boys in the United States have been named Addison since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2006, when 438 people in the U.S. were given the name Addison. Those people are now 14 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
302021-11-29 16:26:01image/jpeg372109e52e2ab2aa5a35156343cd161e0a1ed35f15065/37/21/09/e5/372109e52e2ab2aa5a35156343cd161e0a1ed35f.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/37/21/09/e5/372109e52e2ab2aa5a35156343cd161e0a1ed35f.jpg412021-11-28 22:28:43Adelard189516Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 39 boys in the United States have been named Adelard since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1895, when 16 people in the U.S. were given the name Adelard. Those people are now 125 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
312021-11-29 16:26:11image/jpeg0b15b989c69b7f01ede52e52669c23b67819008719480/0b/15/b9/89/0b15b989c69b7f01ede52e52669c23b678190087.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/0b/15/b9/89/0b15b989c69b7f01ede52e52669c23b678190087.jpg422021-11-28 22:28:53Adelbert191886Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 1,340 boys in the United States have been named Adelbert since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1918, when 86 people in the U.S. were given the name Adelbert. Those people are now 102 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
322021-11-29 16:26:22image/jpeg79a5e264ce8c7a607a41b860f182b74b5df479b815940/79/a5/e2/64/79a5e264ce8c7a607a41b860f182b74b5df479b8.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/79/a5/e2/64/79a5e264ce8c7a607a41b860f182b74b5df479b8.jpg432021-11-28 22:29:04Aden20061,382Aboy?121<li> "It is nice to see there are other femal Aden's out there. I love my name and hate at the same time being a female with the name I just have to love Unique And authentic it is. On the other hand though I get Harassed about it all the time. I get the typical it's a boy's name Once a substitute was calling role and whenever I Rows up my hand for my name she didn't believe me and the whole class had to protest to her that my name was actually Aedan" <strong>Jan. 3, 2013:</strong> <li> "My name is Aydin, according to orient and/or Anatolian spelling it means "intellectual" or "brilliant" but very similar to Aden / Aiden / Hayden and Iden, it is scarce and given names to boys in general" <strong>Jun. 13, 2012:</strong> <li> "dis my name. I dont know if where did they got it. They said it was given by the midwife." <strong>Apr. 19, 2011:</strong> <li> "Aden is a girl name two my name is aden and a girl" <strong>Dec. 29, 2010:</strong> <li> "My daughter is called Aden. I think it's lovely for a little girl and suits her perfectly as she is full of character and red haired. I also like that it's usually a boy's name, although often spelled differently" <strong>Sep. 1, 2010:</strong> <li> "We loved the name and spelling of Aden, but before he was born in 2005 we became painfully aware of just how popular the name was becoming in all its different spelling AND rhyming variations (hayden, kayden, jayden, etc.) We thought it would be too confusing, so we dropped it from our list altogether. However, in the hospital, we went through the entire list of names we liked, but none of them seemed to fit this new child. Then my brother mentioned that he looked like an Aden, and that was that. The meanings are also terrific and suits our son to a "t." Though, it's true that the popularity of the name in general can get a little tedious seeing and hearing it frequently with other children. A little tip for those who do have the Aden spelling -- you can find really cool stamps and other kinds of arabic art that have the name Aden in english and also arabic writing on them on e-bay from the city of Aden (which we plan on decorating his room with when he gets older)." <strong>Jul. 16, 2010:</strong> <li> "Aden is just not a boys name it is a girl name my name is aden and i am a girl but it is better for boys" <strong>May. 18, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is also Aden, and I hate getting that and I also used to get Adam a lot with new teachers." <strong>Mar. 5, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is Aden but people spell my name wrong all the time they spell it Aiden,Ayden,and Adin if you name your kid Aden spell it Ayden or Aiden I'm the only girl that I know of that is named Aden but I know 3 boys with the name it is an ok name but there are better names I thank but it is cool because there is a city named Aden" <strong>Feb. 1, 2010:</strong> <li> "I'm 5 months pregnant with a little baby boy. My husband and I knew from the beginning we wanted to name our son"Aden", but we never discussed the spelling of the name until now.It has been a week since we found out that we are having a boy, and we can't seem to agree on the spelling of his name. I would love to spell it Aiden and he insists that Aden is much better. After arguing back and forth I might just let him have his way...since it is his first son ...I will settle for Aden...Plus, I like the meaning of it too..." <strong>Jan. 20, 2009:</strong> <li> "At first I was going to name my son Jaxon but the more I thought of the name the more I didnt think it fit what I thought my son was going to look like. Then I came across Aiden, but wanted to spell it Aden. I thought it was rare. I never heard the name. Then when I was in labor waiting to give birth, my mid wife came in and said she just delived two other Aidens! I was so sad cause i thought the name was unique. Man was I wrong." <strong>Dec. 20, 2008:</strong> <li> "If i have a boy his name is going to be Aden. I will know in 6 weeks!" <strong>Mar. 26, 2008:</strong> <li> "Let's hate this ugly name Aden loooossers!! ??????????" <strong>Oct. 11, 2018:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 12 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 13,050 boys in the United States have been named Aden since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2006, when 1,382 people in the U.S. were given the name Aden. Those people are now 14 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
332021-11-29 16:26:33image/jpeg169947f0c6bd8a94938c814119072f3ea5e02e9612734/16/99/47/f0/169947f0c6bd8a94938c814119072f3ea5e02e96.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/16/99/47/f0/169947f0c6bd8a94938c814119072f3ea5e02e96.jpg442021-11-28 22:29:08Adin2007196Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 367 boys in the United States have been named Adin since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2007, when 196 people in the U.S. were given the name Adin. Those people are now 13 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
342021-11-29 16:26:35image/jpegc945327c2df5a0708ae421866a1f41ec75c803a4151006/c9/45/32/7c/c945327c2df5a0708ae421866a1f41ec75c803a4.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/c9/45/32/7c/c945327c2df5a0708ae421866a1f41ec75c803a4.jpg452021-11-28 22:29:12Aditya2008330Aboy100%11<li> "aditya is the best name. My name is aditya. It is better than antyone elses name." <strong>Nov. 13, 2018:</strong> <li> "Aditya is a girl name as well. I have come across many who were girls - and named aditya" <strong>Aug. 7, 2020:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 2,968 boys in the United States have been named Aditya since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2008, when 330 people in the U.S. were given the name Aditya. Those people are now 12 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
352021-11-29 16:26:43image/jpegacfa9dee7cb97064cf0b8ee61f9d8c6cc7cfc87e14752/ac/fa/9d/ee/acfa9dee7cb97064cf0b8ee61f9d8c6cc7cfc87e.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/ac/fa/9d/ee/acfa9dee7cb97064cf0b8ee61f9d8c6cc7cfc87e.jpg462021-11-28 22:29:24Adlai189217Aboy100%1<p> <li>Records indicate that 32 boys in the United States have been named Adlai since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1892, when 17 people in the U.S. were given the name Adlai. Those people are now 128 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
362021-11-29 16:26:53image/jpegee43dcf3ee40bd52c76dc3e18e20749d9566a5bb13033/ee/43/dc/f3/ee43dcf3ee40bd52c76dc3e18e20749d9566a5bb.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/ee/43/dc/f3/ee43dcf3ee40bd52c76dc3e18e20749d9566a5bb.jpg472021-11-28 22:29:34Admiral189825Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 56 boys in the United States have been named Admiral since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1898, when 25 people in the U.S. were given the name Admiral. Those people are now 122 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
372021-11-29 16:27:02image/jpeg4b882985ad1fc93686a9f05000c6af87b100fce83448/4b/88/29/85/4b882985ad1fc93686a9f05000c6af87b100fce8.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/4b/88/29/85/4b882985ad1fc93686a9f05000c6af87b100fce8.jpg482021-11-28 22:29:37Adolf191856Aboy92%24142<li> "A-doolf is the correct way. I have been bullied for having this name and I hate my parents for naming me this. I wish I hadn?t been born why did they do that. My parents suck they thought it would be funny but it isn?t my teachers and classmates look at me weird all the time. Everyone always thinks I?m going to gas them and I hate it. Please don?t let anyone else get this name." <strong>May. 3, 2021:</strong> <li> "I named my baby son Adolf! although around the second world war, I discovered my little baby adolf had shot himself! it was heartbreaking to discover, and what made it worse is most people seemed happy about my sons death :'(" <strong>Oct. 8, 2020:</strong> <li> "Bruh Bruh Bruh Bruh Bruh Ok then lmao i like cheese" <strong>Sep. 3, 2019:</strong> <li> "I love this name because it reminds me of sensuality" <strong>Jul. 11, 2019:</strong> <li> "My best friend's name was Adolf. Too bad he died in 1945. Or did he move to South America? I can never remember" <strong>May. 31, 2019:</strong> <li> "I like the name Adolf. It can be a shorthand form of "A Dolfin" and I really like Dolfins. I even bought a dolfin once before. Put it in my backyard pool! Unfortunately I think it came broken because it wasn't swimming around like it should. It just kind of laid there at the bottom of the pool." <strong>May. 9, 2019:</strong> <li> "どうやら男に会った名前アドルフ ・ ガソリン スタンドで働いています。私は私のガスを取得しようとするが、彼はそれを無駄彼のユダヤ人の顧客のすべてのそれを引き起こします。今では私はそれについて考えるか。彼はドイツ語でそれらの 1 つで叫始めた didn't?自分で戻ってくるだけにご案内します。どのような地獄、そのユダヤ人の顧客に起こるかも!" <strong>May. 8, 2019:</strong> <li> "I knew a guy named Adolf in basic training. Great guy, although he never could dawn a gas mask correctly." <strong>May. 8, 2019:</strong> <li> "This is a wonderful name, I really hope that my son named Adolf gets into art school later in life!" <strong>May. 8, 2019:</strong> <li> "We named a frog in my driveway adolf today. This was a good day." <strong>May. 8, 2019:</strong> <li> "My first name isn't Adolf but my middle name is, I'm currently 22 and love it. Its one of those interesting things you could bring up in need of entertainment. I honestly don't mind. I remember in HS when my history teacher freaked out when he saw my middle name was Adolf, it was an awkward moment but I was never really picked on as a name doesn't make you into a murderer or whatnot. I'm not entirely sure how different my HS experience would be if my first name was Adolf but I don't see a problem with naming you child Adolf honestly. I think its rather pretty and unique name, But if you're considering naming your child Adolph and are sitting on the fence, make it your child's middle name. Welp that's my experience with the name Adolf." <strong>May. 7, 2019:</strong> <li> "I think it's a wonderful, strong name. I actually plan to name my son this." <strong>Sep. 29, 2018:</strong> <li> "Great name! In the peace years newlyweds were given very large government loans and a quarter was taken off for every child. Instead of importing the third world.. This is what you do when you love your country." <strong>Mar. 17, 2018:</strong> <li> "I'm called Adolphus so the guys at work call me Adolf, it's ok once you get used to it, can't imagine being called anything else." <strong>Apr. 29, 2017:</strong> <li> "I think the name Adolf is a wonderful unique name. If I had a son I would name him Adolf" <strong>Jul. 31, 2013:</strong> <li> "i like the name adolf i would never name a kid adolf but it is a nice name" <strong>Feb. 20, 2011:</strong> <li> "I can't wait for my daughter to be born so I can call her Adolf." <strong>Sep. 8, 2009:</strong> <li> "I think it's a lovely name, only that it was once borne by a monster. The name means "noble, majestic"-- who wouldn't wwant their child to be noble and majestic? A name's powerful, but the individual who bears that name will show the world what it means. As other reviewers have commented, many people still use names of murderers- Henry (like the gluttonous Henry VIII), Mohammad (e.g. Mohammad Pahlavi) , Kim (as in Kim Jong-Il), Josef (e.g. Stalin)... Not that we should forget history of course." <strong>Apr. 13, 2009:</strong> <li> "I agree, just because one man's actions were bad. Doesn't mean the name isn't an ok name. I mean after all the name doens't make the man, right?" <strong>Mar. 16, 2009:</strong> <li> "I personally don't mind the name Adolf/Adolph. I bought a parrot a year or 2 ago and named him Adolf. I just like the name. If you want to associate names with horrible history then that's your deal. But as said above, then Jack and Charles should be banned. Hell, I don't like what George Bush did to our country so now I don't like the name George. I agree Adolf Hitler himself did some HORRIBLE things and I'd hope it never happens again... but I do have to give the guy credit. He came from nothing, had a plan and accomplished it... that's more than most Americans or anyone for that matter can say happened in their lives. Lets seperate the present from the past. Not forget about the past, but let it be the past and move on with ourselves." <strong>Jan. 23, 2009:</strong> <li> "Hurray for April 12 2007 and Mar 10 2007. Other names are associated with horror, Charles Manson, Jack the Ripper, Paul Bernardo, and many other murderers and unfortunately many more will probably come. Why have those names not been banned? I wonder, is Adolf still popular in Germany or Austria? Maybe our aversion to this name over here has more to do with hatred and predjudice than Adolf himself; who was indeed a horrible man." <strong>Jul. 14, 2007:</strong> <li> "No names should ever be banned or forgotten simply because of an individual's actions, no matter how horrid the consequences were. All names are beautiful, and their purpose was to give an individual an 'identity'. Hitler's action, to me, has not tained the name 'Adolf' in the most malevolent style. Hitler does not deserve to be called Adolf, as he is arguably the most disgusting abomination on the planet, dead or alive." <strong>Apr. 12, 2007:</strong> <li> "I think this is a pretty good name, but I always wonder: Why no-one has seemed to be called it since the 1940s?" <strong>Jun. 8, 2006:</strong> <li> "I've known three Adolfs. The first was my grandfather. Being a first generation American of Slavic descent, he bore it stoicly. The others, however, have employed obfuscation. One prefers 'Ade' and the other 'Dolph.' While a solid and honorable name, it has been sullied and fallen into disrepute." <strong>Jan. 2, 2006:</strong> <li> "Reading all the positive comments on this cracks me up. It?s funny to see how the nature of them evolves over more than a decade" <strong>Jul. 24, 2020:</strong> <li> "Your website is very interesting, i have bookmarked it." <strong>Apr. 20, 2020:</strong> <li> "chang ching chong im adolf hitler, i died many YEARSRSSS agoes" <strong>Sep. 30, 2019:</strong> <li> "I met a frog with that name today. Odd fellow. Kept yelling at me about different races of frogs and wore a beige uniform. 10/10 would not buy again" <strong>May. 8, 2019:</strong> <li> "A century ago, this was often a Jewish boy's name - think Adolph Zukor (early Hollywood mogul) and Adolph "Chico" Marx (one of the Marx brothers). Then the comparatively gentile (or "goyishe", to use the Jewish term for non-Jews) known as Hitler came along and ruined it. Hmm...two nice Jewish boys and one nasty gentile sharing a forename like this one!" <strong>Feb. 5, 2019:</strong> <li> "I've named all of my three children Adolf, it seems like my daughter has gotten a better reception from her peers than my sons have. Whenever the next surprise happens will definitely still name the child Adolf" <strong>Dec. 28, 2017:</strong> <li> "Also borne by early Hollywood mogul Adolph Zukor and composer Adolph Green - both Jewish, BTW. The German-born British scientist Dr. Hans Adolf Krebs was also Jewish." <strong>Apr. 23, 2017:</strong> <li> "It's a nice historical name, but I would never name my child Napoleon, Benito or Maximilian niether." <strong>Apr. 12, 2013:</strong> <li> "I named all three of my sons Adolf. I laugh everyday." <strong>Dec. 1, 2012:</strong> <li> "The fact that a horrible man owned this name has forever ruined it for others. If a white boy for example was named Adolf, then his classmates learn in school about the Nazis, he would get picked on, and could even be at the end of a horrible hate crime. This could ruin the child's life. I would never name my child this. Even if the parents are not racist and just liked the name, others will not know that. And this could backfire in the parent's faces as well in the form of vandalism, threats, and much worse crimes." <strong>Aug. 5, 2010:</strong> <li> "Charles and Jack are pretty common names and not only associated with a specific history icon. It would be more appropriate to correlate Napoleon as a name. Still, I agree, banning anything as a name wouldn't be realistic. I say, go ahead and use the name Voldamort... take away its power. Although... I'm not making my kid be the burdon bearer in that. :)" <strong>Jan. 15, 2009:</strong> <li> "Banning a name like this would be worse than ever using it again. It would be like sweeping history under the rug and trying to forget the tragedys one man caused an entire race. You cant just shrug off history. It may not resurface for a very long time, but it will be fashionable again. It has a stronger meaning than what people are afraid of." <strong>Apr. 20, 2008:</strong> <li> "they call me rouldolph but i would lilke to be called myspace but my dumb parents dont have a clues about whats cool im also a stripper and my code name is hector" <strong>May. 30, 2007:</strong> <li> "I was elected a mayor using the name Adolf in 1992. While it is associated with unspeakable horror, in the hands of others it has produced lasting good. The name has always made me look for the good in people and for the best in any situation. Evil has many names." <strong>Mar. 10, 2007:</strong> <li> "You would never name your child Adolf- what have they done to deserve a name like that? They would be picked on and it is totally inappropriate!" <strong>Jul. 13, 2020:</strong> <li> "Why would you name your baby the same as someone who murdered millions.?" <strong>Mar. 12, 2020:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 14 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 525 boys in the United States have been named Adolf since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1918, when 56 people in the U.S. were given the name Adolf. Those people are now 103 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
382021-11-29 16:27:13image/jpeg693744c7b833495241ac303f8b844b04f5d16c4419541/69/37/44/c7/693744c7b833495241ac303f8b844b04f5d16c44.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/69/37/44/c7/693744c7b833495241ac303f8b844b04f5d16c44.jpg492021-11-28 22:29:39Adolfo2003503Aboy?1<li> "It is a very unique name however many people have trouble pronouncing it and sometimes butcher it. Its very rare when I meet another "Adolfo"" <strong>Oct. 13, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 13,838 boys in the United States have been named Adolfo since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2003, when 503 people in the U.S. were given the name Adolfo. Those people are now 17 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
392021-11-29 16:27:21image/jpegf0eb9c998e93c3a66c82bc66e4a29884f3260acf20445/f0/eb/9c/99/f0eb9c998e93c3a66c82bc66e4a29884f3260acf.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/f0/eb/9c/99/f0eb9c998e93c3a66c82bc66e4a29884f3260acf.jpg502021-11-28 22:29:42Adolph1917672Aboy50%121<li> "In spite of the negative connotation of this name, I do like it quite a bit." <strong>Oct. 18, 2006:</strong> <li> "Adolph Zukor, Adolph Green, and Adolph "Chico" Marx were all nice Jewish boys, unlike that nasty gentile in the Old World that was surnamed Hitler...and he RUINED this name, big time!" <strong>Feb. 5, 2019:</strong> <li> "Even though it's spelt "Adolph" rather than "Adolf", it doesn't lessen its association with Hitler, even 69 years after WW2's end. It seems as if the only notable bearer of this name in a positive light is the American lyricist Adolph Green - who, BTW, is Jewish (or at least he was till he died in 2002 aged 88). Just what would Hitler have thought of that?" <strong>Jun. 16, 2014:</strong> <li> "Even if this name is spelt Adolph, the American English way, or in the French way as Adolphe (as in the actor Adolphe Menjou), it is still not likely to overcome them terrible Hitler associations even if some good things came out of Hitler's reign of terror in the late 20th century - for instance the Seventies Swedish pop group Abba, in which one of the two female members, the red-haired Anni-Frid "Frida" Lyngstad, was the illegitemate daughter of one of Hitler's hench-men and an unmarried Norwegian mother (Frida was to be brought up in Sweden by her grandmother after her mother died and her father disappeared from her life for a number of years - despite a temporary reunion between dad and daughter in 1977 when Abba were now household names)." <strong>Mar. 7, 2008:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 2 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 17,532 boys in the United States have been named Adolph since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1917, when 672 people in the U.S. were given the name Adolph. Those people are now 103 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
402021-11-29 16:27:21image/jpeg527b9de556e575a06687d82ecfb91db4eba71acd23263/52/7b/9d/e5/527b9de556e575a06687d82ecfb91db4eba71acd.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/52/7b/9d/e5/527b9de556e575a06687d82ecfb91db4eba71acd.jpg512021-11-28 22:29:50Adolphus192286Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 2,664 boys in the United States have been named Adolphus since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1922, when 86 people in the U.S. were given the name Adolphus. Those people are now 98 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
412021-11-29 16:27:31image/jpegf2c7f83251831e1d6c49335f690152d4c858e31917177/f2/c7/f8/32/f2c7f83251831e1d6c49335f690152d4c858e319.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/f2/c7/f8/32/f2c7f83251831e1d6c49335f690152d4c858e319.jpg522021-11-28 22:30:02Adonis2012372Aboy100%32<li> "My son's name is Adonis. He is 16 and he has never had issues with being teased. If you want to name your son an uncommon name that stands out, Adonis is a great name." <strong>Apr. 6, 2015:</strong> <li> "my boyfriends name is adonis and it is very differnet! alot of people love it because the way it sounds! thats going to be our sons middle name!" <strong>Oct. 14, 2008:</strong> <li> "I name my son Adonis he is 5 years old. i love this name because of the meaning of i. So far, so good we don't have any problems with other people pronounce it or spelling it. It suprise me how many people know the meaning." <strong>May. 21, 2006:</strong> <li> "i love the name odanis. thinking to name my son like that :)" <strong>Mar. 4, 2013:</strong> <li> "Adonis was my brother's name. He was killed and now it will be the middle name of my son being born tomorrow" <strong>Oct. 5, 2011:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 4,683 boys in the United States have been named Adonis since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 372 people in the U.S. were given the name Adonis. Those people are now 8 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
422021-11-29 16:27:34image/jpegb98bc451b813c3a242d198d4b2f880c1c38334f916542/b9/8b/c4/51/b98bc451b813c3a242d198d4b2f880c1c38334f9.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/b9/8b/c4/51/b98bc451b813c3a242d198d4b2f880c1c38334f9.jpg532021-11-28 22:30:10Adrain1978112Aboy?1<li> "The name Adrian means black or dark. In German it means Fountain of joy Written by Adrian" <strong>May. 28, 2010:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 1,607 boys in the United States have been named Adrain since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1978, when 112 people in the U.S. were given the name Adrain. Those people are now 42 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
432021-11-29 16:27:35image/jpegd0c4bf9c4fede02a4c4c04b77f88a0b6eaf4311521059/d0/c4/bf/9c/d0c4bf9c4fede02a4c4c04b77f88a0b6eaf43115.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/d0/c4/bf/9c/d0c4bf9c4fede02a4c4c04b77f88a0b6eaf43115.jpg542021-11-28 22:30:15Adrian20087,850Aboy92%1141<li> "chose this name for myself and i'm very happy i did :)" <strong>Jan. 11, 2020:</strong> <li> "The name is so beautiful! I love how dark and mysterious it sounds, full of empathy and natural beauty" <strong>Jul. 24, 2019:</strong> <li> "I love Adrian...and these comments are super old. But Adrian is not SPANISH. LMFAO. There is ZERO relation to Spanish. Pronounced like in Spanish is better? mmmm. No. IMO." <strong>Jan. 31, 2019:</strong> <li> "I love the name Adrian and when my oldest was born instead of naming him after me I gave him this name but We spell it Adriean is this spelling ok" <strong>Jan. 17, 2012:</strong> <li> "Adrian ahd-RYAHN (spanish) with an accent mark over the second A!! its such a sexy name when said the right way! (in spanish) lol" <strong>Jul. 31, 2010:</strong> <li> "My husband's name is Adrian and it fits him well. I think this name is very masculine even though he says his name is girly!" <strong>Jun. 4, 2009:</strong> <li> "I LOVE this name. It is even more amazing pronounced in spanish. It is also my husband's name. On the down side he hates his name always has and probably always will. He says it is a girl's name and grows very tired of the same old joke..."YO Adrian!"" <strong>Feb. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "Our 1st son's name is Ivan Antonio, he shares his middle name with his dad. Our 2nd is Adrian Gabriel, it sounds very romantic!" <strong>Aug. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Adrian, he's 10 years old. I love this name because it is different for a boy however, becoming more common now. It sounds the best when pronounced in spanish." <strong>Feb. 20, 2008:</strong> <li> "My husband's name is Adrian. I remember when he first told me his name...I melted. It's just so beautiful, unique, strong, intelligent, compassionate...just like he is! His friends sometimes shorten it to Ade which I think is quite cool. His family will also on occassion call him Adey...cute, too!" <strong>Feb. 3, 2007:</strong> <li> "We're seriously considering this for our 2nd son's name. First son's name is Gabriel and I think they go well together. Sisters are Carolyn and Rebekah." <strong>May. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "my boyfriend's name is adrian too ;) and i love his name. its super common though and his family and i call him dren for short." <strong>May. 31, 2010:</strong> <li> "My Dads Called Adrian and my mum calls him Ade-The-Spade!" <strong>Apr. 12, 2007:</strong> <li> "i named my son adrian 22 years ago, its the most fantastic name, for a child to have,i wish he were here today,so when i here the name being called out, it makes me smile." <strong>Aug. 24, 2006:</strong> <li> "I know some one with this name, accully it's my boyfriend. He is such a hunk" <strong>Jul. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "My grandgrandson is Adrian. I love him but don't like his name. I think it doesn't fit him. My granddaughter expected a girl, she was sure that it will be a girl and didn't check a gender of her child. SHe said that she is sure and if it won't be a girl, then she would like to have a surprise. They chose a name for a girl - Adrienne - because her partner is French and didn't choose a name for a boy. So when the boy arrived they just called him Adrian. I think it was bad idea, now he is quite manly boy, tall for his age and really hates his name. He says it's "girlish". I think so. If he were my son I would give him more masculine and boyish name." <strong>Nov. 1, 2015:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 4 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 197,893 boys in the United States have been named Adrian since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2008, when 7,850 people in the U.S. were given the name Adrian. Those people are now 12 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
442021-11-29 16:27:41image/jpega1ef90d3ffdada8acd0749c703b3df828303e9a914562/a1/ef/90/d3/a1ef90d3ffdada8acd0749c703b3df828303e9a9.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/a1/ef/90/d3/a1ef90d3ffdada8acd0749c703b3df828303e9a9.jpg552021-11-28 22:30:19Adriel2012599Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 4,158 boys in the United States have been named Adriel since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 599 people in the U.S. were given the name Adriel. Those people are now 8 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
452021-11-29 16:27:52image/jpeg87be11662e7ff78f498e9a3a3f6f58e2063446ce15892/87/be/11/66/87be11662e7ff78f498e9a3a3f6f58e2063446ce.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/87/be/11/66/87be11662e7ff78f498e9a3a3f6f58e2063446ce.jpg562021-11-28 22:30:28Adrien2009344Aboy100%2<p> <li>Records indicate that 3,555 boys in the United States have been named Adrien since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2009, when 344 people in the U.S. were given the name Adrien. Those people are now 11 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
462021-11-29 16:27:59image/jpegc3c352a12c8d1e76581a177431fe0db4e44e93ad15711/c3/c3/52/a1/c3c352a12c8d1e76581a177431fe0db4e44e93ad.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/c3/c3/52/a1/c3c352a12c8d1e76581a177431fe0db4e44e93ad.jpg572021-11-28 22:30:35Adron19048Aboy100%1<p> <li>Records indicate that 14 boys in the United States have been named Adron since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1904, when 8 people in the U.S. were given the name Adron. Those people are now 116 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
472021-11-29 16:28:03image/jpeg74dd26852b9956802822ee070b097371c10ac2ee14334/74/dd/26/85/74dd26852b9956802822ee070b097371c10ac2ee.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/74/dd/26/85/74dd26852b9956802822ee070b097371c10ac2ee.jpg582021-11-28 22:30:49Aedan2007278Aboy100%1<p> <li>Records indicate that 1,504 boys in the United States have been named Aedan since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2007, when 278 people in the U.S. were given the name Aedan. Those people are now 13 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
482021-11-29 16:28:14image/jpeg9ddd915277a41c1f8785a653fa0bbfd24f0c1df916305/9d/dd/91/52/9ddd915277a41c1f8785a653fa0bbfd24f0c1df9.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/9d/dd/91/52/9ddd915277a41c1f8785a653fa0bbfd24f0c1df9.jpg592021-11-28 22:30:56Agnes191013Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 111 boys in the United States have been named Agnes since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1910, when 13 people in the U.S. were given the name Agnes. Those people are now 110 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
492021-11-29 16:28:20image/jpegf80004258a2e8d64545bcd2a81f09a0b98cc9b4122824/f8/00/04/25/f80004258a2e8d64545bcd2a81f09a0b98cc9b41.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/f8/00/04/25/f80004258a2e8d64545bcd2a81f09a0b98cc9b41.jpg602021-11-28 22:31:02Agustin2001372Aboy100%1<p> <li>Records indicate that 13,005 boys in the United States have been named Agustin since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2001, when 372 people in the U.S. were given the name Agustin. Those people are now 19 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
502021-11-29 16:28:33image/jpeg7bbde31cd8f74d407401efa0c236b0498fa3859313397/7b/bd/e3/1c/7bbde31cd8f74d407401efa0c236b0498fa38593.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/7b/bd/e3/1c/7bbde31cd8f74d407401efa0c236b0498fa38593.jpg612021-11-28 22:31:11Agustus18805Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Agustus since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1880, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Agustus. Those people are now 140 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
512021-11-29 16:28:41image/jpeg1d9cb25a39ea99353de8602257759bbc000368d314673/1d/9c/b2/5a/1d9cb25a39ea99353de8602257759bbc000368d3.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/1d/9c/b2/5a/1d9cb25a39ea99353de8602257759bbc000368d3.jpg622021-11-28 22:31:17Ah18876Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 11 boys in the United States have been named Ah since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1887, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Ah. Those people are now 133 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
522021-11-29 16:28:58image/jpegd1c126a78d72430d09ffd50a64dd071df6ca5ce42163/d1/c1/26/a7/d1c126a78d72430d09ffd50a64dd071df6ca5ce4.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/d1/c1/26/a7/d1c126a78d72430d09ffd50a64dd071df6ca5ce4.jpg632021-11-28 22:31:22Ahmad2001661Aboy100%1<p> <li>Records indicate that 13,941 boys in the United States have been named Ahmad since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2001, when 661 people in the U.S. were given the name Ahmad. Those people are now 19 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
532021-11-29 16:29:06image/jpeg54653cf0cdc599afa52cd78327d851299abcaf5f17222/54/65/3c/f0/54653cf0cdc599afa52cd78327d851299abcaf5f.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/54/65/3c/f0/54653cf0cdc599afa52cd78327d851299abcaf5f.jpg642021-11-28 22:31:28Ahmed2012537Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 10,303 boys in the United States have been named Ahmed since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 537 people in the U.S. were given the name Ahmed. Those people are now 8 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
542021-11-29 16:29:09image/jpeg36d441cfb7e371bac34beebed3faa23fae30f3e24330/36/d4/41/cf/36d441cfb7e371bac34beebed3faa23fae30f3e2.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/36/d4/41/cf/36d441cfb7e371bac34beebed3faa23fae30f3e2.jpg652021-11-28 22:31:31Aidan200310,055Aboy94%84365<li> "I'm a 12 year old named Aidan and I love my name. The only problem is, EVERYONE gets the spelling wrong. And I mean everyone except your parents. Teachers, friends etc. Even when your name is RIGHT THERE IN FRONT OF THEIR FACES lol. So that can be annoying but I still love the name even though it's common" <strong>Jul. 29, 2017:</strong> <li> "I am 11, and my name is Aidan. All the time, the other kids or teachers pronounce it adian, aiden, or whatever else. Its kind of annoying, but i still like the name. I am the only person i know named aidan and spelled right." <strong>Apr. 2, 2017:</strong> <li> "My 12 year old brothers name is Aidan i love the name and he is so mean sometimes but we are irish twins so we get along easily and i hope he sees this" <strong>May. 13, 2016:</strong> <li> "I was born in 1994. No one had this name. I like it, but there are millions of little Aidan's running around now. And no one can spell it correctly. I've gotten Adrian, Alden, Jayden, Hayden etc. Also when its written out for people they butcher the pronunciation. It's two real words for Gods sake: Aid. an." <strong>Sep. 9, 2013:</strong> <li> "Similar experience to some of the other posters. My name is Aidan and I was born in 1990 when there were very few others Aidans around, and was passed down the name through my Irish ancestry (names are recycled from middle to first etc). Kind sad to hear it called out so much with all these little kids running around; the awful, butchered spelling of the name as well ..." <strong>May. 9, 2013:</strong> <li> "My name is Aidan, I think it is a great name, the only thing I am not keen on is that it always gets spelled wrong. But the meaning 'fiery' definetly fits me, because I get angry quite easily. I don't know many people with the same name from me, apart from a couple of Aidan's at school." <strong>Apr. 29, 2011:</strong> <li> "My sons name is Aidan! I named him in 2010. His big sister picked it out. His full name is Aidan Carlisle." <strong>Mar. 21, 2011:</strong> <li> "My favourite boy's name. A Gaelic name that is easy for non-Gaelic speakers to pronounce and spell, Aidan is becoming increasingly popular, but still strikes me as a nice alternative to the more common "Patrick" or "Sean"." <strong>Feb. 14, 2011:</strong> <li> "My name is Aidan I was born in 1986, it wasn't a common name in general (not even in Ireland) but strangely enough in a school of 500 pupils the three Aidan were all in the same year. Aodh?in is the gaelic Irish pronounced A-dawn...." <strong>Dec. 6, 2010:</strong> <li> "As a teacher it's difficult to find a name that is "special." I fell in love with the name AidEn in the early '90's. My husband and I had a difficult time conceiving, so when I found out I was pregnant I knew the baby had to have this name. One meaning we saw was "warmth of the house" and our boy is that! As for the spelling, I asked my 7th graders at the time how'd they spell it. The E won! While we know it's popular, he's the only Aiden in his grade of 150 students; it seems after 2000 that it really became well-known." <strong>Nov. 6, 2010:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aidan because we liked the name. We were looking over the list of names which are used in USA and ALBANIA, so Aidan was one of them. BTW it is an old Illyrian/Albanian name as well, not only Irish ;) At the hospital we were told that Aidan was for girls and Aiden was for boy, the lady was just ignorant --- AIDAN is a BOY's name." <strong>Oct. 26, 2010:</strong> <li> "My friends husband was called Aidan and It was the first time I'd heard it. I loved the name and years later we had a little boy and named him Aidan. I Still love the name and my boy who is 12 now. Only thing that gets us annoyed is people spelling it wrong. Sometimes my boy wishes we'd given him a different name but he does like it." <strong>Oct. 10, 2010:</strong> <li> "my names aidan, i was born in 1990. never known any other aidans apart from odd one at school. i still get annoyed when its spelt wrong!" <strong>Oct. 1, 2010:</strong> <li> "My son was born in 2000, and we spell it traditionally with the "an", the "en" makes me cringe. At the time, no one we knew had ever heard of the name-it was fun to feel a little original, but in the grades below him it is quite popular. I love the name, I just wish people would spell it right." <strong>Jan. 26, 2010:</strong> <li> "My name is Aidan and I was born in 1989 back when the name was virtually non-existent. I've never had anyone in my class named Aidan and around 2004-2005 I suddenly started hearing my name crop up everywhere. It honestly pissed me off. I wish people would stop jumping on the band wagon. However, if you want to name your kid Aidan... Please at least spell it right. It's Aidan. Not Aiden, not Ayden or any other variation. Go with the traditional Gaelic or the common usage in Ireland (Aidan). I'm tired of parents trying to put a unique spelling on a name which they were just too ignorant to look up. It wasn't until the 4th grade that a teacher spelled my name right (last and first) and people continue to spell my name wrong." <strong>Oct. 20, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son's name ( he is 7 months is Aidan ) , I named him after my name ' Nadia ' backwards :) And he has redhair just like a little irish boy!" <strong>Aug. 10, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son will be named Aydin as it is the Persian spelling of this name and honours our heritage. Isn't a rose by any other name still as sweet? So will be our little Ayden/Aidan/Aydin..." <strong>Feb. 26, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son(who is almost 6)is called Aidan, but in holland where we live,people can't pronounce it properly. his teacher, has still difficulties pronouncing the name. The name fits him really right, he is our own little Knight. I really love the name." <strong>Jan. 22, 2009:</strong> <li> "We chose the name Aidan for our son, who was born Nov. 21, 2007, because it was strong, beautiful and (we thought) unusual. We really wanted a good Irish name. Even though we now know just how popular this name is - we would not change our choice at all. The name and its meaning fits our Aidan perfectly. Aidan's rock!!" <strong>Nov. 26, 2008:</strong> <li> "I'm planning on naming my future son Aidan. I love that name." <strong>Oct. 13, 2008:</strong> <li> "As an Aidan for the last 30 years, I love my name. Congrats to all the parents that have wisely chosen such an awesome name for their kids. Bravo!" <strong>Oct. 4, 2008:</strong> <li> "I love Aidan my son who is 3 & 1/2 yrs old, we loved the name, it perfectly fits hims as he is hyoperactive as the name suggests fury, he is always a fire in the house with not resting a single moment, also he is good at his kinder garden school. I love him , he is my only adorable angel" <strong>Sep. 22, 2008:</strong> <li> "We named our 8-month old son, Aidan. We have an Irish last name and wanted an Irish first name. Nowhere in any of our Irish baby name searches did we see this was a common name recently! Might have chosen Liam if we had know. But, I truly love the name. It fits our son perfectly." <strong>Aug. 5, 2008:</strong> <li> "My 4.5 yo son's name is Aidan. I love the name. It's perfect for him. It's beautiful. And it's totally original. Yes, I know. It's wildly popular nowadays. We had no idea when we chose his name. None at all. We just thought it sounded great. I'd met two adults named Aidan in 2002. I'd heard the name before but never met anyone with the name, so it was suddenly on my radar, and it just stuck with me. NEVER had I heard of a kid named Aidan, but then, I didn't really know any kids before Aidan (our older child) was born. So we basically came up with it on our own, as I think many people did. I care not a whit that it's popular. American's are way too obsessed with unusual, outlandish names. Lotta kids these days are saddled with SILLY names just because their parents are so desparate for them to be unique. (Not going to name any examples). It's undignified. As far as I'm concerned, Aidan is the "John" of this generation. Good, solid name, and not self-consciously weird, unusual, or silly. And it's the perfect name for our son." <strong>Jul. 31, 2008:</strong> <li> "I had my son Aidan in July if 2005. At the time we were searching for a strong Irish name for our child and when we came across the name it was perfect! As many others, it also bothers me when people assume that his name is spelled Aiden or some other way. Aidan is a beautiful and strong name" <strong>Jul. 15, 2008:</strong> <li> "This name is super overused now! Everyone give it a breather. With all the Aidans, Braedens, and Cadens all of the names are sounding so sing songy alike. Its a good name but has been ruined by its overuse and ryhming competition!!" <strong>Apr. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aidan in 1991, he was the only one we knew for a long time. When he started kindergarten, a 5th grade boy was also Aidan and "big Aidan" went right down to my son's class to meet another Aidan, they were both so excited! Now the name has gotten much more common. We don't have to repeat it so often! I am tired of it being spelled with the en, we are forever having it corrected." <strong>Mar. 30, 2008:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aidan. It frequently gets misspelled (Aiden or Aden) and elderly people have a hard time understanding what I am saying when I say his name. I love the name, despite its popularity." <strong>Mar. 26, 2008:</strong> <li> "My grandson is Aiden.It fits him,he is 18 months old and a ball of fire always on the go." <strong>Mar. 19, 2008:</strong> <li> "My name is Aidan and I get so many people saying they like it. People often spell it Aiden, and some even call me Hayden when they first hear me say it. Other than that, I think it's a great name. :)" <strong>Mar. 17, 2008:</strong> <li> "I love this name. It really gives a strong sense of success and hope." <strong>Mar. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aidan in 1985 when it was rarely heard. I know kids often wish they had a different name, but he has always felt comfortable with his. I think it works great for a little boy and a man. Yes, he often ends up repeating and/or spelling it. An exchange student from Ireland stated it was like Kelly or Tracy and used for male and female. And while it hadn't been that common over there it seems to be becoming more popular." <strong>Feb. 12, 2008:</strong> <li> "My one year old son's name is Aidan. Please often spell it Aiden, which I don't like nearly as much. I have loved the name Aidan for years and my husband likes it as well so as soon as I became pregnant, we knew our child would be named Aidan if we had a boy. We only wish the name were less common. Aidan is a very old name but we hadn't realized how many "sound-alike" names were now popular. There were not many children in our social circles but since having Aidan, we are constantly meeting Cadens and Jayden and Haydens, etc." <strong>Jan. 9, 2008:</strong> <li> "This is the name of my son who was born in 1973. he was named after his paternal uncle who still resides in Ireland and is the youngest of eight.I loved the name and we spell it Aidan and the d and the n blended so you do not here the a, we also say it A-dan.For many years he was the only Aidan in our social circles here in New York. I still think it is a beautiful name and very different-most people did not know how to spell it or where it came from, most people do love the sound of it.More recently, I know many more babies being named Aidan and I wish it weren't becoming so popular. submitted by Aidans mom-Laura" <strong>Dec. 22, 2007:</strong> <li> "My 8yr old son is named Aidan. We prefer the "a" spelling, although many people assume an "e."" <strong>Dec. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "Funny, I am due 3/29/08 and Aidan/Aiden is at the top of my list as well. I can't decide on the spelling though. Thoughts?" <strong>Nov. 29, 2007:</strong> <li> "Haven't met many - but this is my son's name. It is occasionally spelled incorrectly - but aren't many names. I think it's a great character name." <strong>Nov. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "I love this name! Definitely on the top of our list for a boy!" <strong>Nov. 17, 2007:</strong> <li> "not really sure my wife and i are getting ready to have are first child. It or should i say he is going to be a babie boy. we are going to name him aidan so i would like your feedback thank we are due 3-07-08" <strong>Nov. 12, 2007:</strong> <li> "i am eight and a half months pregnant with my fifth child i came across the name by a co worker who has a five and a half month old grandson named aiden i love the name for my daughter and intend to name her this it is also the name of a csi character aiden burns my other children names are Ferguson(boy) Luetta(girl) Anthony(boy) and Bobbijoe(girl) the name aidan gets a thumbs up from me" <strong>Oct. 16, 2007:</strong> <li> "Aidan really means fire, i know someone who is as his name sounds." <strong>Sep. 19, 2007:</strong> <li> "in our holiday there was a waiter..his name was aidjan i think or aidan..but they spell it aidjan" <strong>Aug. 23, 2007:</strong> <li> "Our 10 year old is named Aidan Sean. The name fits him to a T and we're glad we chose it." <strong>Aug. 10, 2007:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aidan when he was born in late 2001. We opted for the Gaelic spelling too as it felt more "correct". We chose the name because we're both of celtic origin and he had a full head of fire red hair when he was born." <strong>Jun. 1, 2007:</strong> <li> "My husband and I are thinking of naming our son Aidan and like the classical Gaelic spelling. Aiden appears to be more American and more linked with the female spelling... though I have heard of several boys with spelling Aiden. It is likely a popular name peaking in 2015..." <strong>May. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "I named my daughter "Ayden" people often think she is a boy. I love the name and new a GIRL with the same name almost 10 years before i had my daughter in 2003." <strong>Apr. 16, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son who was born in 2003 is Aidan. I love the name but it is too popular now!" <strong>Apr. 6, 2007:</strong> <li> "Loved this name when I gave it to my son in 2000, but now I am disappointed with its popularity as know he will not have a unique name like I had intended." <strong>Mar. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aidan. I agree with the biggest problem is people spelling it Aiden. We named him Aidan because Aidan means fire and he was born a leo which is a fire sign. Its a very popular name right now, so I think he might not like it later on just because so many people going to school with him will have the same name." <strong>Feb. 26, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aidan. The most common problem is that it is misspelled Aiden. When he began Kindergarten in 2004, there was an Aidan in 1st grade and another Aidan in his Kindergarten class. Unfortunately the other Aidan moved to another city last summer, so my son is the only Aidan at his school right now (the school only goes K - 2; then the next campus is 3-5)." <strong>Feb. 26, 2007:</strong> <li> "I really like this name. It's the exact reverse of my name, Nadia. =)" <strong>Feb. 25, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son is named Aidan. People misspell it all the time as Aiden or Aden." <strong>Jan. 31, 2007:</strong> <li> "My sister just named her first born "Aidan" & I love the name!" <strong>Nov. 22, 2006:</strong> <li> "my name is Aidan and everyone allways spells it wrong. but its great name!" <strong>Nov. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aidan, gosh I love the name but I had no idea how popular it was, he will be 3 soon and I know about 3 other boys named Aidan around his age." <strong>Sep. 25, 2006:</strong> <li> "I took the name Adian and made it Adyan. For my first born son and I just love the name. My second son is named Adiran." <strong>Sep. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "When we named our son Aidan in 1992 even many of our Irish friends were not that familiar with it. Some friends and acquaintances had never even heard of it, and that was just fine for us. We wanted our son?s name to be unique, not popular! In kindergarten he had 4 Alex?s in the class, and that would have driven me crazy. I love the name but wish it had not become so popular" <strong>Sep. 6, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aidan because we like the meaning ("fiery"... and yes he is!), it's a strong name, and we don't personally know any other Aidans as of yet. It does seem to be increasingly common, but people still comment positively on the choice. We love it!" <strong>Aug. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "It will be the name of my son. I think it's a classic name." <strong>Aug. 21, 2006:</strong> <li> "Aiden in Irish means little fire...Ive found nearly every Aiden I know to be a little firey!!" <strong>Jul. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named my son Aidan in 2000, and I'd nevr heard it before and knew NO kids or adults with that name, except for the actor.... since then it's become disgustingly popular, which is a bit disapointing, but I still LOVE the name and it fits my son well!" <strong>Jul. 13, 2006:</strong> <li> "My husband and I named our little boy Aidan in 2005. I do not know any other Aidan's and most people tell me that they have never heard the name but they love it! Some people do want to spell it Aiden, though!" <strong>Jun. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "When my husband and I named our son Aidan in 1995, it was primarily because of our Irish heritage. We knew it was common enough in Ireland but did not know of any other children in the States with the name. Now it's absolutely amazing how its popularity has soared..." <strong>Jun. 12, 2006:</strong> <li> "named my DAUGHTER Ayden in 2005 and absolutely love it" <strong>May. 22, 2006:</strong> <li> "I names my second son this in 1983, No one had this name then." <strong>May. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "I picked the name Aidan for my son born in 2004 due to the meaning "fire or fiery". At the time my husband was a volunteer firefighter. Plus we are of Irish/Scottish descent. It's become way to popular/trendy now. People are finding too many weird ways to spell it (Ayden, Aydon, Aidon). However I don't regret my choice one bit. It's still a good strong name." <strong>May. 14, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our 1st born son Aidan...we loved this name from the moment we found it! And we still do!!" <strong>Apr. 22, 2006:</strong> <li> "we named our son Aidan when he was born in 2004. True there are more Aidans out there than before be we love the sound of the name." <strong>Apr. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love this name, I am the mother of a AIDAN. My son was born after my girl NADIA (meanning - hope) who is 2 years older than her brother. I did not plan it ahead, and was so happy to find it." <strong>Mar. 21, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love this name, me and my husband have decided to name our first boy Aidan...but it'll be spelled Ayden...i love it!" <strong>Mar. 17, 2006:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Aidan, and i really like it.Also, just to say Aidan, spelled backwards is Nadia!!!" <strong>Mar. 8, 2006:</strong> <li> "I'm a 45 Y/O male named Aidan, pronounced the same as the city Aden. My name has been mispronounced as far back as I can remember, more often than not it was pronounced Adian or Adrian but this has never bothered me. Until recently, wherever I ever went and heard "Aidan" called out, it was always me that they were calling to, but now I find there are many more Aidans out there than just me. I'm proud to be an Aidan." <strong>Feb. 28, 2006:</strong> <li> "My husband and I named our second son Aidan, born 2005. We knew it was becoming very popular, and we struggled with that, but in the end it was the one boys name that we both loved. Just today, while getting our Aidan's pictures taken, there was another Aidan getting his pictures taken. Lots of people do spell the name Aiden when they send letters, e-mails, etc. We went with the "an" ending (Aidan) because it was the more common way to spell the name. There's worse things in the world than having a common name." <strong>Feb. 3, 2006:</strong> <li> "My name is Aidan. It is a fairly well known name in Ireland, where I grew up. I came to the U.S. in 1989. As you can see from the graph above, I have been very busy ever since :-)." <strong>Feb. 2, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aidan in 1998 the only comment I got about it was, did we named him that from the main characters boyfriend on Sex in the City. At the time I had never seen the show. We picked the name out of a baby book. After about 2000 I saw a lot of babies named Aidan." <strong>Jan. 26, 2006:</strong> <li> "My son is named Aeden, because Aed is Gaelic for firey one and of course he has red hair. It is a very strong name and we loved it for years before he was born in 2002. We thought we were being original. At least the spelling was." <strong>Jan. 15, 2006:</strong> <li> "hi my name is Aidan im from Cork in Ireland i realy like the name as its unique but not too different and its just cool.emailme at [email protected]" <strong>Dec. 2, 2005:</strong> <li> "I like my name alot because I only know one person with the same name and he was named after me. They moved to another province." <strong>Nov. 26, 2005:</strong> <li> "my brothers name is aidan and his mom chose it because she thought it would be unpopular but by the time he turned 6 he had already met 10, and 3 live on his street! p.s. He's six" <strong>Nov. 22, 2005:</strong> <li> "My son, Aidan, was born on a Monday (scheduled c-section delivery). When we left the hospital on Friday, 5 other Aidans were in the nursery!! Everyone assumes that I named my son after the character of Aidan in the HBO hit "Sex and the City", but I fell in love with the name in 1985 ... when I first spied Aidan Quinn in "Desperately Seeking Susan"." <strong>Nov. 18, 2005:</strong> <li> "We thought it would be a relatively uncommon name and we liked it so we gave it to our son in 2004. We were a little disappointed to find out that EVERYONE knows an Aidan, a Jaden, or a Caden." <strong>Aug. 25, 2005:</strong> <li> "My name is aidan. However i find it is often spelt aiden." <strong>Aug. 12, 2005:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aidan in 1985. Since then I've heard or seen it a number of times, but generally with much younger boys. Yes, he has the same problems with spelling and pronunciation. I think it will become more popular- seems people should be ready for something "new"." <strong>Jul. 29, 2005:</strong> <li> "Always loved the name Aidan, before we even got married! Named our firstborn Aidan in 2002 and was shocked and how popular it became everywhere! We still get a TON of compliments on it and we still stand true to our feeling, it's a good, solid, strong name for our little boy!" <strong>Jul. 24, 2005:</strong> <li> "I am 11 years old and I?m an aidan to i love the name but it?s so annoying because everyone spells it wrong even my family it?s really annoying. Even spellcheck changes it to Aiden when my name is Aidan." <strong>May. 13, 2018:</strong> <li> "my name is aidan im 14 and alot of people spell it wrong and it drives me crazy but i love my name so much" <strong>Mar. 6, 2018:</strong> <li> "I named my daughter Aidan in 1990, thinking it would be original. Since our background is Korean, we felt that she would have a rare name (combo Irish-Korean). Her name has become unbelievably popular amongst adults in Korea who just pick European 1st names and add them on to their own! Can you believe (haha)? -- Sort of backfired on us! Lots of people pronounce it ayeedan (go figure) & she gets a lot of mail addressed to Mister..." <strong>Jan. 20, 2011:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Aidan. I love the name but my only problem with it is that it has blasted into popularity. Because of that fact and because he goes to school with so many "Aiden"s, people frequently misspell it as such. The schooling system sometimes mail us letters with his name spelled wrong! But I still love his name and describes him well." <strong>May. 3, 2010:</strong> <li> "Love the name - HATE the fact that it has become the Jennifer of its day. I honestly was at at a water park last week and there were so many dads yelling "aiden" and i swear half the boys under 5 turned around to see who was calling them. Completely overused." <strong>Jan. 13, 2010:</strong> <li> "My son, Aidan, was born in 2003. When he was born, most people spelledit Aidan. Now all the personalized things in stores spell it Aiden. I hate that because he can't get a personalized keychain, bike license plate, etc. And people constantly misspell it Aiden. His teachers do, the dr's office, etc. I would like to kow why the trend shifted to spelling it Aiden." <strong>Jan. 3, 2010:</strong> <li> "my father is Aidan, his grandfather is Aidin. I am also Aidan, as is my firstborn. We have landed." <strong>Dec. 29, 2009:</strong> <li> "I was originally going to name my son Jaden (which I have been told a lot of celebrity parents have named their sons). I didn't like at all but I did like the sound of Aidan (similar to Jaden minus the J) so I looked up the meaning for Aidan and fell in love with it. My son was born in August, making him a Leo which is a "fire" sign." <strong>Dec. 3, 2009:</strong> <li> "I have a 9-year-old named Aidan (born in July 2000). At the time, we had to point out to people who hadn't heard of it and thought maybe we made it up (which there were many) of the actor Aidan Quinn and the character on Sex & the City named Aidan (which is why I really think it took off earlier in the decade). He's the only Aidan in his 4th-grade class but there are MANY in the classes behind him. At the time we thought it was beautiful and unique and despite its popularity, I still think so. I also love that it means "fire." I can't imagine my Aidan being named anything else. And my husband and I like to consider ourselves trendsetters!" <strong>Oct. 8, 2009:</strong> <li> "My 2 y/o son is named Aidan. I thought it was such a strong name when I first read it on one of those baby name sites. I never heard of it before that. It is very suiting for our son. He has a firey spirit. Who cares if it is popular; it is a wonderful name, though I do not care for the weird ways people spell it." <strong>Jul. 17, 2009:</strong> <li> "My Aidan is a 18 month boy. We chose his name in the womb and thought it was unique. Come to find out it is very popular these days. His mother is a red haired Irish/English and I am full Vietnamese with black hair. My wife wanted to have an Irish name. We found that Aidan is the traditional Irish spelling. He has fair skin and copper/brown hair, big brown eyes, with some Asian features. We did not know what to expect, but he turned out to be a good looking kid." <strong>Jun. 18, 2009:</strong> <li> "my son is an aidan, and it's a beautiful perfect name, but sadly has caught fire, and there are too many kids with the name. oh well, i wouldn't change my son's name for the world. he is who he is, and he's an aidan. maybe other parents are on the trendy train, but when you've got an aidan, you can't help but name him properly." <strong>May. 2, 2009:</strong> <li> "As an Aidan from Ireland, I've always liked the fact that I had two first names, the Gaelic A?d?n (pronounced "ay-o-dawn") and the English-equivalent which is Aidan." <strong>Dec. 30, 2008:</strong> <li> "I wanted to name my son Aidan, I'm glad I didn't. Way too overused these days." <strong>Dec. 25, 2008:</strong> <li> "I used to like the name Aidan until trendy people started using it obsessively. Most people don't even know it's origins or the proper spelling. Aidan can be spelled Aidan, Aiden or Aedan, all are correct, not Aden or Aydin. Just like my name a few years ago, Sean, Aidan is being ruined just like Sean was by names like Shaun and Shawn." <strong>Dec. 18, 2008:</strong> <li> "My son Aidan is now 16 years old and when he was an infant everyone assumed we made the name up. I think he was probably 6 or 7 years old before he ever meet someone with his same name. I love the fact than people of non-Irish decent are using the name but I don't get it when they find the need to mis-spell it because they're not "Irish"! I makes no sense at all." <strong>Nov. 26, 2008:</strong> <li> "my sister's name is aidan she was born in 1991, at the time we knew no one with the name and have still heard very few girls with the name. we give her a hard time now because it's like the most popular boys name ever, and is now pretty unoriginal" <strong>May. 11, 2008:</strong> <li> "My granddaughter's name is Aidan. I love the name." <strong>Jan. 28, 2008:</strong> <li> "One of my soon to be 11 year old twins is named Aidan (his brother is Liam). We still love the name, although there seem to be a lot more around these days, thanks to Aidan on Sex and the City." <strong>Nov. 21, 2007:</strong> <li> "LOVE THIS NAME! It is so beautiful and matches anyones personalitys!" <strong>Sep. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "It's a pretty name But explain why three of thoses emo kids I know are called Aiden. Because it's mainstream, just like them =]" <strong>May. 30, 2007:</strong> <li> "I love the name, but I'm not sure I want to name my baby that, because I fear there will be 3 other Aidan's in his kindergarten class. (I like the spelling "Aiden" more)" <strong>Apr. 24, 2007:</strong> <li> "Loved this name and planned to use it until I realized how common it is. I think we'll call him Niall instead." <strong>Apr. 18, 2007:</strong> <li> "i am naming my son Aidan and have had the same response with the spelling. Everyone thinks it should be Aiden." <strong>Apr. 17, 2007:</strong> <li> "I just named my son Aidan in 2006 but i'm dissapointed in how many people thing his name is spelt Aiden.. with an E" <strong>Apr. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "We wanted to name our first born Aidan, but it was a girl, so we waited a few years and in 2002, we finally had our Aidan!Good solid irish name. I have never met an Aidan that has not been "fiery"!" <strong>Oct. 1, 2006:</strong> <li> "I absolutely love this name. Didn't realise it was getting so popular though." <strong>Jul. 29, 2006:</strong> <li> "First heard it as a name for a soap opera character....then all the sudden I've heard it everywhere. I thought maybe it was Celtic after hearing the song Aidia.....not really sure what the origin is....I am not even sure I like the name." <strong>Jun. 25, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our littlec boy "Ayden" - a variation on the usual spelling. No one we know has ever known anyone with this spelling, although we did find it in a baby book spelt that way." <strong>Apr. 15, 2006:</strong> <li> "We chose the name for our first born in early 1990...but she was a girl & we wanted to save the name for a son. In 1995, we had a son (Aidan Thor). Now, since SEX AND THE CITY, everyone is naming their kid "Aidan". We are not pleased...wanted an uncommon name...but it's so excellent, who can blame them?? And, yes, it's often misspelled (Aiden)." <strong>Feb. 7, 2006:</strong> <li> "My son's name is spelled AYDEN. Although the name is extremely popular, this spelling isn't as widely used." <strong>Jan. 17, 2006:</strong> <li> "It is a name without western roots or an English equivilant. It has been spelled phonetically as Aiden and Aidan or any other combination you like. Some choose the "Aidan" spelling for its Christian roots in Saint Aidan. Some spell it any other way to avoid that connotation." <strong>Jan. 3, 2006:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aidan..which at the time was very unusual...but it has now hit the U.S. and I'm glad..I don't ever hear "I've never heard that before" anymore. Besides, a visiting priest from Ireland who shared the same name said it is making a comeback in Ireland-cool!" <strong>Nov. 21, 2005:</strong> <li> "I found it nice because My husband and I are Turkish-Persian-American.we are looking for a name which is nice and meaningful in 3 languages!If it is spelled Aidan it means brightness and well_being." <strong>Aug. 31, 2005:</strong> <li> "Yes, it's my name and has been for many years! The hardest part of "living" with it is the mis-spellings and mis-pronunciations (Aiden, Adian, Aidian, Adrian, etc). With it's recent increase in popularity, especially with traditional spelling, it's getting better!" <strong>May. 28, 2005:</strong> <li> "Love the name, but with the popularity increasing so much in such a short period of time, you have to wonder if it will be around for a while or if it will just be a name for the generation born in the 1990s and 2000s." <strong>May. 21, 2005:</strong> <li> "my name is Aidan and everybody at my school is named Aidan or some other spelling and the teachers always spell it wroung and some just call me totally different names like Aiden or adam becuase they dont know how to spellit and and at least 10 other boys are named Aidan in my GRADE." <strong>Nov. 5, 2019:</strong> <li> "The name "Aidan" stinks. I dont know any idiots that would possibly name their kid Aidan except for this kid Ray. I hate everyone named Aidan and everyone who likes the name." <strong>May. 14, 2009:</strong> <li> "thinking of naming my son aiden (he's not born yet) and i love the name." <strong>Apr. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "it's just a stupid name i don't like it and it doesn't roll off my toung easily TANYA sorry but i dont like it" <strong>Aug. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "This name looks familiar...Didn't I already see it on the list? No matter how you spell a name it's still the same name...unoriginal" <strong>Aug. 7, 2005:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 36 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 95,920 boys in the United States have been named Aidan since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2003, when 10,055 people in the U.S. were given the name Aidan. Those people are now 17 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
552021-11-29 16:29:17image/jpege95fedfec71668d70975a7ab24291ac38e133ee516656/e9/5f/ed/fe/e95fedfec71668d70975a7ab24291ac38e133ee5.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/e9/5f/ed/fe/e95fedfec71668d70975a7ab24291ac38e133ee5.jpg662021-11-28 22:31:35Aiden200915,846Aboy91%95459<li> "We named our son Aiden, 9 years ago after an incredible pyrotechnic show from a RUSH concert. It's Celtic for fire and he was born early the next day. By the way, his middle name is Lee after lead singer Geddy Lee of RUSH." <strong>Nov. 11, 2011:</strong> <li> "One of my best friends are named Aiden! :D I love that name." <strong>Oct. 29, 2011:</strong> <li> "Yy son is due on Nov18th his name will be Aiden Van. Van is his fathers middle name, he will carry tOo.. :D" <strong>Oct. 26, 2011:</strong> <li> "My son is Aiden. His older brother is Liam and they go about as well together as brothers can be expected too :P. I didn't know any other Aidens at the time, but now I know many. I still wouldn't change it for the world because it fits him perfectly!" <strong>Sep. 18, 2011:</strong> <li> "Our daughter is named Aidan. Found in baby book as girl's name. Loved it; Irish heritage, pretty sound, a bit different without invention. Book said it meant the signal fire used when important things needed to be communicated between villages within a realm. All good. No problems with people accepting it. Lots of compliments." <strong>Jul. 15, 2011:</strong> <li> "People often spell our son's name Aidan it is really spelled Aiden." <strong>May. 17, 2011:</strong> <li> "my son named his pup aiden i know this is about childs name but she is he little girl.... an she is very fiesty an very strong willed" <strong>Jan. 10, 2011:</strong> <li> "We have a 7 year daughter named Ayden Layne. I met a girl named Aden about 16 years ago & loved it, we just added a "Y"" <strong>May. 23, 2010:</strong> <li> "My daughter named her son Aiden. It fits. I love him andthe name . can't think of a better name." <strong>Apr. 11, 2010:</strong> <li> "My daughter who is is 2 is named Aydan. It means "little fire" I wanted an Irish name, though I am Brazilian, Aydan's father is Irish. Aydan doesn't have much of a fiery personality but she IS sweet and LOVES people and animals. She brings warmth and light where ever she goes which I think makes the name appropriate. I am glad to read that there are other girl Aydan's out there. I was worried she was stuck with a "boy" name and would be made fun of for it." <strong>Mar. 28, 2010:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aiden Blake nad he's 6 years old. I LOVE the name & always thought it was for boys but think it's kinda cute for girls too." <strong>Jan. 20, 2010:</strong> <li> "Our son's name is Ayden Orion. He sure lives up to his name everyday. But then, the sweetness in that little (BIG) heart of his will soften you right up, into a big pile of mush. Interesting that he thinks flames are the coolest thing to have on his bike and anything. And a Leo at that (a fire sign). Coincidentally, I just figure this interesting fact out. Huh... It all makes sense now. Have a wonderful Day!" <strong>Dec. 23, 2009:</strong> <li> "2 weeks before i gave birth to my son, i began asking friends for name suggestion and in the first 24 hours, 3 friends suggested aiden/aidan and i loved it!! i had never heard it before, and now i hear how popular it is but owell. and fiery spirit, for sure! my son even has bright red hair to match!" <strong>Nov. 4, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son is Aiden James. How much more Irish could one get?" <strong>Oct. 28, 2009:</strong> <li> "I am due in October with my first child at 33...wasn't supposed to be able to get pregnant and so I never thought of baby names. When I found out I was indeed pregnant I just KNEW it was a boy. When I started looking through names Aiden Riley was the name that stuck. He's had the same name for 9months now. I don't care how popular it is or isn't. Unless he doesn't look like an Aiden (no matter how it's spelled) that's his name and I like it." <strong>Aug. 31, 2009:</strong> <li> "I'm an Aiden Couper, and i love my name! =P I think, stange as it may sound, that my name had given me a great upbringing! People seem to like my name, there isn't much trouble with spelling or pronunciation and it has a good crispness to it i think, unlike drew. It needs to be spelt A-I-D-E-N though, aidan is too heavy with all the a's and ayden is to complex... Aiden in celtic means Fire too! and thats pretty sweet i think. I rarely find other Aiden's I live in melbourne and have only ever encountered one other person spelt my way. it was very strange... i dont know how michaels can do it! =P hope my positive attitude shines a good light on my name! see you all!" <strong>May. 25, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son name is Aiden William, I love this name, it was my favorite and my bfs too. His middle name is after his dads middle name. I wanted to name hime Aiden Cristopher after his dad first name but we thought william was cuter!!:)" <strong>Mar. 26, 2009:</strong> <li> "My boyfriend picked this name for our son because he thought it was unique. I tried to tell him it was not but he just liked it. Now I'm glad we named him Aiden. His name really fits him!" <strong>Mar. 16, 2009:</strong> <li> "My little Aiden is such a cutie! His middle name is Christopher (after his dad). No problems with the name and Ive had TONS of people comment how much they liked the name. Its the new Adam/Michael!" <strong>Feb. 6, 2009:</strong> <li> "When we had our first child I picked the name Anthony, when our second was on the wasy and found out it was a boy, I saw the name Aiden and thought it was great and keeping with the "A". I did not know of the popularity until now. Dont matter though my Aiden is one of a kind." <strong>Jan. 11, 2009:</strong> <li> "My baby is due any day now and his name will be Aiden Brown, Brown being the middle name which is my girlfriend of 10 years last name." <strong>Jan. 1, 2009:</strong> <li> "When we named our son we felt that brayden, kaden, and jayden were over used so we dropped all the letters in front and named him aiden edward. That was 4 years ago. I had never heard that name. Now it's a very popular name. I now have two boys and we named our 2nd son Isaac Michael. We felt that Aiden & Isaac went together well." <strong>Dec. 31, 2008:</strong> <li> "Iam going to name my son Aiden, we are Indian Origin, and i think this name will suit him so well...and i just love the sound of it :)" <strong>Dec. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "My son is Aiden James and he is one firery spirit that's for sure! He fits his name and his name fits his personality. He is my love,my life and my heart." <strong>Dec. 15, 2008:</strong> <li> "My husband picked this name out 2 years ago....and YES now according to certain sites its "overused" which actually hurts my feelings. I had never even heard of the name before we found it, let alone run into anyone with that name." <strong>Dec. 2, 2008:</strong> <li> "I chose Aiden for my son in 2000. I did not choose the Aidan spelling because I did not want people to shorten his name to Dan. No one shortens his name anyway. We only knew 1 Aiden when he was born, now we know about with multiple spellings including Ayden!" <strong>Nov. 14, 2008:</strong> <li> "I'm due in march and the babys name will be Aiden James" <strong>Nov. 13, 2008:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aiden Brody Licon. I picked it because the meaning of my name is fire and my husbands is little... and Aiden means little fire." <strong>Sep. 12, 2008:</strong> <li> "we are of Indian origin ( India). We love the name aiden. It sounds beautiful with my husband's last name. Aiden Chandler Dakshina. He is going places with that name." <strong>Jul. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "Aiden is my baby brother and he is an angel...sometimes." <strong>Jun. 18, 2008:</strong> <li> "Aiden isnt from Sex and the City, his name was spelled Aidan." <strong>May. 17, 2008:</strong> <li> "I named my son Josh Aiden .. everyone like's the cute name..." <strong>May. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "It's my son's name and he lives up to the name daily!!" <strong>Nov. 2, 2007:</strong> <li> "Reminds me of one of my favorite bands - post-hardcore rockers Aiden <3" <strong>Sep. 11, 2007:</strong> <li> "I love this name and will be naming my soon to be soon Aiden" <strong>Jul. 14, 2007:</strong> <li> "MY FAVORITE GUYS NAME! Im gonna name my kid that if he is a boy! And, he is my special sweet hearts name, this name, is TO DIE FOR!" <strong>Jul. 1, 2007:</strong> <li> "Well, I named my son Aiden almost two years ago and boy I didn't realize how popular it was until after I named him it. It seemed like everyone was running around with a baby named Aiden." <strong>Jun. 25, 2007:</strong> <li> "We named our son Ayden Cooper. My husband and I are both A's so we wanted to stick with it. It just stinks that we now know 3 other children named Aydan, Aiden, Aidan (all Girls) I can just imagine that he's going to end up having quite a few other Ayden's in his class as he's growing up. I think Ayden is one of those boys names that sounds cute for girls too, but Ayden will always be a boys name in my book." <strong>May. 29, 2007:</strong> <li> "We named our son Ayden Cooper. My husband and I are both A's so we wanted to stick with it. It just stinks that we now know 3 other children named Aydan, Aiden, Aidan (all Girls) I can just imagine that he's going to end up having quite a few other Ayden's in his class as he's growing up. I think Ayden is one of those boys names that sounds cute for girls too, but Ayden will always be a boys name in my book." <strong>May. 29, 2007:</strong> <li> "Our eldest son is named Aiden Bryce...we love the name but I guess we could be biased!!!" <strong>May. 20, 2007:</strong> <li> "My sons name is Aiden Ivan, but his baptism name is Aiden Gabriel and everyone loves it because it is so unique." <strong>Apr. 5, 2007:</strong> <li> "I names my second son Aiden Christopher and I love it!! Everyone that I come across who ask what my baby's name is and I tell them Aiden Christopher- they love it too! Most people say what a cute name and they love the two names put together. Stefanie from South Dakota" <strong>Mar. 16, 2007:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aidan in 2003. I loved the name since hearing it on Sex & The City years earlier. (lame, I know, but I did research it and we just loved the way it sounds) Also, we are of Irish and Scottish descent. The name means "fiery". Spelled Aiden it is Irish. Spelled Aidan, it is Scottish. (and oddly enough, my spell check recognizes aiden as being spelled wrong...not so with Aidan. Weird :o)" <strong>Mar. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "this is my son's name and he is named after the gothic/ punk band. i am stationed in germany and the germans pronounce the name "iden" which i think is pretty cool" <strong>Mar. 1, 2007:</strong> <li> "I love it, but I didn't pick it. It was between Aiden and Vance. I went with Vance." <strong>Jan. 19, 2007:</strong> <li> "Our 4 year old sons name is Aiden Gabriel and we just LOVE IT! I always had my heart set on that name even before it became trendy. Our son was born in 2003, so I think that we might have just missed the "too trendy" cut off. I would not have cared any way- we just love it. Aiden means "Little firey one" and out little guy is definietly that at times:)Everyone tells us how much they just adore his name- Only boy in his entire preschool with that name! Don't worry about what anyone else thinks of your child's name. It is your choice and your baby will have that name the rest of their lives, so make sure it's what YOU want!" <strong>Jan. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "My husband, who thinks boys should only have traditional names, found Aiden and loved it! So Aiden it will be! I was SHOCKED when a baby magazine said people are using it for a girl's name. (Whichever poster above said it was whimpy for a boy hasn't seen a pre-school class full of 3 male Aidens and the one, poor girl Ayden who has to constantly explain to her peers that her name COULD be for a boy or a girl. A little bit ostracising if you ask me but there's no denying that the name is gorgeous!) We're going with Aiden Kade. Everyone has loved it and twice we have been told that it's a "strong" name that sounds great for a boy. Wouldn't every guy in high school like to have a sporty, tough sounding name?!! (And wouldn't every girl like to date a guy whose name evokes images of buff, muscular models?!!)" <strong>Dec. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "Aiden is an Amazing name I had sex with a guy with name, I had the best time ever!" <strong>Dec. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named one of our twin boys Aidan and I cannot imagine a better name for him!" <strong>Nov. 14, 2006:</strong> <li> "We just named our son Aiden and he is a "little fire" so its perfect." <strong>Nov. 7, 2006:</strong> <li> "It is a wonderful name. It means fiery, but that is not a bad thing. My Aiden has fire and strength and determination and those are all positive traits if nurtured just right!" <strong>Nov. 6, 2006:</strong> <li> "Our niece just had a baby boy and called him Aiden!! 1/2 an hour ago! We have heard him on the mobile and will see him tomorrow!!" <strong>Nov. 3, 2006:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aiden he was born in 03' I named him aiden because the name wasn't too popular then..now it's like he's going to be in class with 3 other aiden." <strong>Oct. 13, 2006:</strong> <li> "Our son is due in January. We have agreed on the name Ayden James. I will always call him Ayden, but when he is older, he has the option to be AJ. I think it is a very strong name :)" <strong>Sep. 25, 2006:</strong> <li> "I named my son aiden 7 years ago because it was a name that i had only heard of once.I spelt it with an E instead of an A to be different and now there is haden,jaden,and caden.My son fits the meaning of his name to the T.I still love the name just wish it wasn't so popular." <strong>Sep. 9, 2006:</strong> <li> "I am having a boy in October 2006 and I am naming him Aidan. I found the name while looking on the internet under celtic names and just fell in love with it! It's the first name I picked and I am sticking with it. I don't know anyone with a child named Aidan or even anyone named Aidan. There are two ways to spell it, obviously, I found this spelling was the name of a saint. So hopefully I'll have a saint myself!! haha" <strong>Sep. 8, 2006:</strong> <li> "people spell my name wrong alot but when it comes to them pronounceing it they always pronounce it right. each school i go to there is always a 1 or 3 kids named Aiden. ps. i am 20" <strong>Sep. 7, 2006:</strong> <li> "We are naming our son Aiden Christopher and have had Absolutly zero negative reactions! Our last name is Martin and it means Warlke and Combative too! So the meaning Firey just fit! Besides I like popular names too. I have 2 daughters also named Kaitlyn and Hailey! Ive read popular names help your child fit in and be more excepted by thier peers!" <strong>Aug. 28, 2006:</strong> <li> "I just got my first grandchild; a beautiful boy - Aiden Christopher!!" <strong>Aug. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "My nephew's name is Aiden. I thinks it's a unique boys name without getting to odd. I didn't know of any Aidens' until my nephew." <strong>Aug. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our first born son Aiden because it's a cool name." <strong>Aug. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "Our son is called Aiden. He has a strong character and is very fiesty!! Where I live the name is not common, which is good. Most people pronounce it correctly." <strong>Aug. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "Aiden, this is the name of our future son. It ages very well.." <strong>Jul. 31, 2006:</strong> <li> "I just had a baby 10 weeks ago and named him Aidan. Most people spell it with an e instead of a but we chose a. We love the name :)" <strong>Jul. 29, 2006:</strong> <li> "Aiden is a fantastic name. It does not seem so original like other names such as "tom". Every person named Aiden is very special indeed. From Aiden James Scott [email protected]" <strong>Jul. 27, 2006:</strong> <li> "I had my daughter in March and I named her Aiden because it is a bible name...everyone said it's beautiful because its different." <strong>Jul. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> ""boring...aiden caiden jaiden...can't anyone be original?" If that isn't the most unoriginal thing to say . . . My Aiden is 8 months old and he is the fire in my heart, and he keeps his two older brothers 2 and 4 busy chasing him and tickling him. You just can't have too many of that." <strong>Jul. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "I named my little girl "Aedyn" and thought I was being completely orginial at the time. This was apparently around the time everyone else thought it would be a good idea. I still love the name and I especially love it for a girl. And yes, my Aedyn is very firey." <strong>Jun. 1, 2006:</strong> <li> "when my son was born late october 2004 he was going to be named dorian, but as soon as he was borne into this world we immediately saw that his personality did not match the name. My wife always liked the name Aiden, and knew it meant firey one. seeing how that fit this newborn's personality it became his name. I hadnt realized just how perfect it was until this year. That and the double whammy of him being a scorpio. wow." <strong>May. 26, 2006:</strong> <li> "My hubby and I happen to be very tempermental and we are sure our son cant escape that, so we gonna name him aiden, a blend of both our characters. we gonna love him that way." <strong>May. 18, 2006:</strong> <li> "I know an Aidan, and yes the name reflects the personality: a very strong, wise, old soul for a youthful feeling name." <strong>May. 6, 2006:</strong> <li> "My name is Aiden and i'm 21 years old. I see my parents were original!!! It wasnt popular back in the 80's. I People always ask me how i spell it, which can get annoying. But overall its a great name" <strong>Apr. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aiden in 2005 and people asked where we got the name from. Now in 2006 it seems to be a lot more popular, and no one asks us anymore. I love the name! I wish it stayed original." <strong>Mar. 24, 2006:</strong> <li> "i love the name its my name! except i spell it Aidan (it looks nicer) and thats the way most people spell it in Ireland considering its an Irish name. but the Irish for Aidan is Aodhain" <strong>Mar. 22, 2006:</strong> <li> "Nice name. My friend just called her little boy Aiden John..so another AJ" <strong>Mar. 14, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aiden a few years ago. Now it seems like everyone is named Aiden. I still like the name though. We are now expecting a girl and we want to make sure we don't name her anything too popular." <strong>Mar. 1, 2006:</strong> <li> "We are having our 3rd child, a boy, in less than 24 hours. Going with "Aiden Scott" for the name...thanks!" <strong>Feb. 28, 2006:</strong> <li> "great name, not boring at all! We named our son Aiden. We love it. we liked the name befor it got popular. it might be popular now but it will drop off eventually. We were not worried about that........." <strong>Feb. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "My new grandson is named Aiden, my daughter chose that as there is noone in the family with that name and everyone loves it, and they all pronounce it right too." <strong>Jan. 18, 2006:</strong> <li> "I just named my son Aidan and everyone loves it! Some people spell it incorrectly but that is because they are too lazy to ask for the correct spelling." <strong>Jan. 17, 2006:</strong> <li> "Aiden hmm nice name Had a friend name his son that. i think its a powerfull Name yet discrete.who knows Maybe Somethings up." <strong>Jan. 5, 2006:</strong> <li> "My only grandson's name. Of course, it is a great name." <strong>Jan. 3, 2006:</strong> <li> "I like the name, and we are thinking about it for our son, who is due in June... happy naming to you all!" <strong>Dec. 27, 2005:</strong> <li> "I've met a couple of kids with this names- enough that i know how to spell (pr pronouce) it correctly. it still strikes me as very original." <strong>Dec. 23, 2005:</strong> <li> ""Little Fire" that what I like about Aiden. A boy with a little fire in him must be good if he knows how to use it positively. My soon to be born son going to have a little fire in him, yah!" <strong>Dec. 22, 2005:</strong> <li> "I have a son named Aiden everyone thinks that it is a beautiful name, I chose this name because his dad's name is Adam, and also that it means strong and masculine, as for as the fire part goes he is only 9 months old so we will have to wait and see." <strong>Dec. 15, 2005:</strong> <li> "i will be nameing my son Aiden coz its and irish/gaelic name from my heritage" <strong>Dec. 5, 2005:</strong> <li> "Got a seven year old called Aiden. he is very fiery but also loving, caring, and sensitive.People always comment on what a nice name it is and we still really like the name now." <strong>Nov. 30, 2005:</strong> <li> "Me and my man are thinking about naming our future son Aiden. We live in Sweden, so it's absolutely NOT a common name here, which is perfect! However, I think many will spell his name "Aidan"... hmm.. well, not a problem, since it's such a beautiful name, and the pronounciation of the two names are the same...!=)" <strong>Nov. 24, 2005:</strong> <li> "I love it and plan on calling my child aiden or possible ayden. i'm just worried. do you evey get the nickname of "aids" or something like that? cause i wouldn't like that at all. and does the problem with spelling the name become annoying? (especially when they're young). i must admit, i do love it though! and it would be an awesome name for my little boy." <strong>Nov. 16, 2005:</strong> <li> "Be careful who you name "Aiden" as it means firey child or just plain fire. We named our son Aiden and his personality reflects it's meaning. Also my mother says he is her "revenge child" because he favors my behavoir, but my name is Angel so what do you make of that?! People often pronounce it correctly and usually asked how it is spelled. Almost everyone we meet comments that "Aiden" is a pretty name and that their friend or counsin named their son that." <strong>Sep. 9, 2005:</strong> <li> "I am a girl named Aiden. People do have problems spelling it, and many people assume I won't act very feminine since I have this name. Until a few years ago, most people I talked to had never met someone named Aiden, so overall i have to love my name" <strong>Sep. 7, 2005:</strong> <li> "I'm thinking about naming our son Aiden. I think it is a beautiful name, very strong and secure" <strong>Aug. 4, 2005:</strong> <li> "nice name but very popular over the past few years" <strong>Jun. 22, 2005:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aiden. When we tell people what his name is, they always ask how to spell it." <strong>Jun. 22, 2005:</strong> <li> "My grandson was just named Aiden, born on the 3rd of July. Has an Irish heritage so that goes well with the name. Just not sure about how he will like it in the future. He was given two middle names that are strong and traditional so he has choices if he needs them." <strong>Jul. 5, 2013:</strong> <li> "aiden adan mean fire.. whereas the Turkish name Aydin means enlightened or light of the moon. In islam the meaning of the name is very important so it has to be spelt the correct way. 35 weeks pregnant with a little boy. Will be naming him Aydin kamran <3" <strong>Feb. 9, 2012:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aiden and even though it has been very popular I will always love that name. My husband tattoed Aiden in flames on his arms after the meaning of the name, and he is a little spitfire!" <strong>Jan. 9, 2012:</strong> <li> "My name is Aiden and I haven't had any problems with the name. I was born in the mid 90's and the name was very uncommon. I got so used to the feeling of knowing my name was so unused by others that I felt like I was the only Aiden around. Now, I can't go to an airport thinking someone was talking to me. I have yet to find anyone else my age with the same name (only little kids)" <strong>Aug. 12, 2011:</strong> <li> "The son in the movie one of the sequels "The Ring" is also named Aidan. Its not just from the show "Sex and The City"" <strong>Feb. 3, 2011:</strong> <li> "The name is A-i-d-a-n. This is the original/ true irish name! America has battered this name making it hard for real irish people to understand the true spelling of it. AIDAN people!!" <strong>Jan. 19, 2011:</strong> <li> "I named my daughter Aiden in 2002. It was not a popular name at that time. She was born on the 4th of July, and having Irish ancestry I thought it fitting. I was a little disappointed to find out a few years later her name was the most popular baby name." <strong>Dec. 15, 2010:</strong> <li> "I hate the names Aiden and Jayden- not because they aren't nice names, which they are indeed. The problem I have with both those names is the fact that they have become such a fad. They're over-used to the point where they've become common and passe. Parents in this country need to be more original and quit hopping on bandwagons, it's stupid." <strong>Oct. 10, 2010:</strong> <li> "My daughters name is Aidenn, it is said that it means heaven or Eden, from the works of Edgar Allen Poe. Not from Sex and the City." <strong>Jun. 5, 2010:</strong> <li> "Why not name your kid something trendy? atleast he won't get picked on, because kids will be used to it.. i'm naming my son Aiden Alexander and i love it." <strong>Nov. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "I like Aiden for a girl! Considering for our next child that is due in May." <strong>Nov. 13, 2009:</strong> <li> "My husband and i are expecting our first child this jan. and we are going to name him Ayden Kole Jessop. I think it has such a ring to it! my husband picked Ayden and I Kole. I cant wait to meet my little boy!" <strong>Sep. 18, 2009:</strong> <li> "My name is Aidan, I'm 22 so you could say I'm one of the first. No one has ever shortened my Name to Dan. It's slightly disappointing that in 20 years my name will be like Joe, John and Brian...that is, there will be three in every classroom or office...go with a unique name for your boy because when he's older he'll appreciate not being confused with anyone else." <strong>Jun. 20, 2009:</strong> <li> "My wife and I chose the name Aiden for our first born because it's just such a great name. It goes with my son perfect because he's such a happy baby. We love it and am sure he will too when he's older. P.S. STOP writing bad remarks on this name it's free for anyone to use!!" <strong>Apr. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "i love this name my cousin has this name spelt like this i even know a girl with this name she's one of my bestfriends :]" <strong>Apr. 13, 2009:</strong> <li> "Aiden can be spelled three ways correctly, Aiden, Aidan, or Aedan. All these are the correct Irish ways that they were meant to be spelled as not these dumb trendy ways like Ayden that are ruining the Irishness of the name. Just like my name Sean which was trendy a few years back it was ruined by dumb spelling variants like Shaun and Shawn. Aiden was a nice name before ignorant people started a trend and didn't know how to spell it or knew what it meant or its history." <strong>Dec. 18, 2008:</strong> <li> "My five year old nephew is named Aidan and my boys call him "Aids." Drives his mom crazy! It also bums her out that it seemed so original when they chose it, but now it is so common." <strong>Dec. 18, 2008:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aiden Conri but I didn't realize that it was so popular, there are no other Aiden's in my area. We picked the name because we liked it but also the meaning. It is an Irish based name meaning little fire (I am very Irish) and since I had a lot of heartburn during my pregnancy my husband and I thought it would be a cute litle inside joke and help us to remember our journey. Our son will be a year very soon, and he has hair partway down his back, so I think the old wives tale about heartburn and baby's hair is TRUE!" <strong>May. 17, 2008:</strong> <li> "I'm naming my future son Aiden, because im a huge fan of the band, and think it makes a cool name ^-^" <strong>Apr. 21, 2008:</strong> <li> "I'm naming my son Aiden Gabino... It's what I always thought of to name him.... I've been calling him that even before I learned of his Gender...lol...I just love the name...so strong..." <strong>Apr. 17, 2008:</strong> <li> "Everyone is naming their son Aiden because of the show Sex and the City, Aiden was the perfect guy. Take a look at the chart, the popularity of the name skyrockets in 2000 and up." <strong>Mar. 24, 2008:</strong> <li> "we haven't met many people wiht this name so it must be pretty rare! I had never even herd of it till my mom started watching a kid named Aiden!" <strong>Nov. 17, 2007:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Aiden (he's almost four). We knew no Aidens when he was born- and now we run into them everywhere. I love that is sounds masculine- and it works well for us. However, if you're looking for a name to be uniquely yours- keep looking!" <strong>Aug. 11, 2007:</strong> <li> "My daughter, Aedyn Michael (yes, like the boy Michael), turns five years old on Monday. I have met a couple of boys around 3 years old or so with the name Aidan, but no one that has heard of using the spelling I did. Looking around, it looks like that spelling has become pretty popular for boys in the last couple of years. Go figure" <strong>Apr. 4, 2007:</strong> <li> "At first i wanted to name my son Braydon but a friend beat me to it so Aiden was 2nd and someone i worked with stole this one also! Im thinking about saying the heck with it and just pretending i forgot about their kids..." <strong>Mar. 20, 2007:</strong> <li> "Any body who thinks a name can make you popular is dumm...Also back when I had to go through school in the 1980s Aidan was a little too close to AIDS - needless to say what happened. Also no pens/keyrings/mugs/badges with your name on, and your lucky if it isn't miss spelled! That said I do love MY name, and until maybe 5 years ago I had never heard anyone called it before - I now get confused when women in shops are shouting Aidan come here, only to look round and see a toddler getting shoutted at.....Hopefully it wont become too popular, now I am older the girls seem to like it and I dont want MY name asociated with hoards of chav babys." <strong>Dec. 22, 2006:</strong> <li> "Love it. It means firey and this world needs more of it." <strong>Dec. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love this name. I've noticed that people always repeat it when they hear it for the first time - thought provoking perhaps?" <strong>Nov. 15, 2006:</strong> <li> "Man, make a single TV hunk named Aiden (Sex & The City), and now every woman of childrearing age wants a kid with that name! Yikes!" <strong>Oct. 8, 2006:</strong> <li> "I had a difficult time finding a name for my son but fell in love with "Aiden". Although the name is becoming more popular the spelling isn't. And his last initial being "J" just seemed to make it the perfect name for him." <strong>Sep. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "I am surprised at how popular this spelling has become. We named our daughter this in January 2002, and altered the spelling from the traditional male name of Aidan." <strong>Sep. 8, 2006:</strong> <li> "we are having a girl next march and have decided to name HER Aiden Elizabeth. I think this name is as beautiful for a girl as a boy" <strong>Aug. 30, 2006:</strong> <li> "Say thank you to "Sex and the City" for making this name so popular" <strong>Aug. 15, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love the name! I don't run into many people with it!" <strong>Aug. 10, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aiden because I'm of Irish descent and my husband's parents (who are Korean) can pronounce it. It means little fiery one - and boy is he ever! Unfortunately, the name is becoming more & more popular so I'm afraid he'll end up in class with several other Aidens or Aidans. I have also met several girls named Aiden in the last year. It's still a beautiful name though." <strong>Jun. 22, 2006:</strong> <li> "aidan is a GREAT girl's name, but very wimpy for boys. it is turning into a girl's name, so parents might want to think twice before using it for boys." <strong>Jun. 14, 2006:</strong> <li> "I USED TO BABYSIT A LITTLE BOY NAMED AIDEN HIS PERSONALITY REFLECTS HIS NAME VERY FIERY AND VERY DISRESPECTFUL" <strong>Jun. 1, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Aiden. While i was in hospital my nurse told me the newborn in the next room is also named as Aiden" <strong>Mar. 14, 2006:</strong> <li> "I named my son Aiden due to the meaning not really the sound of it. I had a baby name book which stated Aiden meant "Warmth of the Home"" <strong>Jan. 13, 2006:</strong> <li> "well this name was so evil that i just want to tell my bother to name his son that to and b/c it a name of a band ya" <strong>Jan. 4, 2006:</strong> <li> "our son is named aiden. when we named him people had never heard of it. now, it seems like every third child is an aiden, jaden, caden or braden....... aaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrgggggggghhhhhhhhh!" <strong>Jan. 3, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love that name!!! I usually am very picky with baby names, but I just adore this name" <strong>Dec. 29, 2005:</strong> <li> "I'm a girl name Aidan and many have trouble spelling and believe it a boys name. My mother said aidan was for girls and aiden for boys is this true?" <strong>Dec. 16, 2005:</strong> <li> "If you look up the meaning- it simply states "strong and masculine"" <strong>Oct. 12, 2005:</strong> <li> "This name is very positive. It sounds like a name that would make a boy popular." <strong>Jun. 2, 2005:</strong> <li> "AIDEN IS TERRIBLE! JUST CALL IT AIDAN, THE ORIGINAL WAY" <strong>Apr. 2, 2017:</strong> <li> "Very much a bandwagon name that exploded in popularity in the early 21st century." <strong>Jan. 26, 2010:</strong> <li> "Every redneck in town is naming their kid Aiden. I liked the name at first, now I hate it." <strong>Jul. 4, 2009:</strong> <li> "i know this baby named aiden. he kinda looks like Heinz Ward" <strong>May. 20, 2009:</strong> <li> "way over used, just like Brayden, Caden, Hayden, and Jayden. I guess I like more original names." <strong>Nov. 22, 2008:</strong> <li> "I have thought of the name Aidan for over a decade. I had my son in 2004 and used the name. I thought I was being original. Unfortunately I never watched "sex and the city" and there was a character named Aidan. The show made the name Aidan one of the most popular in the 2000s" <strong>Oct. 20, 2006:</strong> <li> "Aiden is the name a gorey band. They have a popular song called "Die Romantic."" <strong>May. 1, 2006:</strong> <li> "very boring, and so unorginal...can people stop making names up for boys...sounds like a girls name" <strong>Nov. 22, 2005:</strong> <li> "boring...aiden caiden jaiden...can't anyone be original?" <strong>Aug. 7, 2005:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 45 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 129,796 boys in the United States have been named Aiden since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2009, when 15,846 people in the U.S. were given the name Aiden. Those people are now 11 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
562021-11-29 16:29:30image/jpeg2ff8ad6481722a0c5f84a2ed2a139b7223d1312515409/2f/f8/ad/64/2ff8ad6481722a0c5f84a2ed2a139b7223d13125.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/2f/f8/ad/64/2ff8ad6481722a0c5f84a2ed2a139b7223d13125.jpg672021-11-28 22:31:43Aidyn2011363Aboy100%2<p> <li>Records indicate that 2,089 boys in the United States have been named Aidyn since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2011, when 363 people in the U.S. were given the name Aidyn. Those people are now 9 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
572021-11-29 16:29:37image/jpeg87cfaecdd424778d1ff6e2b5e1d7e0cf87352d786392/87/cf/ae/cd/87cfaecdd424778d1ff6e2b5e1d7e0cf87352d78.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/87/cf/ae/cd/87cfaecdd424778d1ff6e2b5e1d7e0cf87352d78.jpg682021-11-28 22:31:48Ajay2003157Aboy?1<li> "I t is wonderful, sweet, small name I LOVE MY NAME and my friends call me jay............ i am very thankful to my parents for choosing my name such a unique and different name..." <strong>Dec. 20, 2012:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 157 boys in the United States have been named Ajay since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2003, when 157 people in the U.S. were given the name Ajay. Those people are now 17 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
582021-11-29 16:29:49image/jpegfb93f68f51a794ccd45b051827cd2112686ae2b314826/fb/93/f6/8f/fb93f68f51a794ccd45b051827cd2112686ae2b3.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/fb/93/f6/8f/fb93f68f51a794ccd45b051827cd2112686ae2b3.jpg692021-11-28 22:31:58Akeem1990570Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 3,844 boys in the United States have been named Akeem since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1990, when 570 people in the U.S. were given the name Akeem. Those people are now 30 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
592021-11-29 16:29:53image/jpegd0c6dc507deda583ad2b124d355a6bc18ce156d613022/d0/c6/dc/50/d0c6dc507deda583ad2b124d355a6bc18ce156d6.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/d0/c6/dc/50/d0c6dc507deda583ad2b124d355a6bc18ce156d6.jpg702021-11-28 22:32:00Akira192754Aboy?1<li> "A popular boy's name in Japan at the present time, but it is also given to girls. Notable male bearers in Japan include the character Akira/Blue Mask in a Power Rangers-like show in 1987 called 'Hikari Sentai Maskman' (Light Squadron Maskman) and he is the funny one in that team. In the Philippine Tagalog of Maskman, however, his name was changed to Adrian, while French fans of the show refer to him as 'Allain'" <strong>Oct. 14, 2009:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 54 boys in the United States have been named Akira since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1927, when 54 people in the U.S. were given the name Akira. Those people are now 93 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
602021-11-29 16:30:01image/jpegdfd3aba9fbda5cc673a7e5c8b18178eb8fda634721239/df/d3/ab/a9/dfd3aba9fbda5cc673a7e5c8b18178eb8fda6347.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/df/d3/ab/a9/dfd3aba9fbda5cc673a7e5c8b18178eb8fda6347.jpg712021-11-28 22:32:07Al1959437Aboy100%1<p> <li>Records indicate that 15,593 boys in the United States have been named Al since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1959, when 437 people in the U.S. were given the name Al. Those people are now 62 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
612021-11-29 16:30:10image/jpeg9fdde83cd6aa98386e4407a0e4f0f6ddccf5eeab24426/9f/dd/e8/3c/9fdde83cd6aa98386e4407a0e4f0f6ddccf5eeab.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/9f/dd/e8/3c/9fdde83cd6aa98386e4407a0e4f0f6ddccf5eeab.jpg722021-11-28 22:32:14Alan19559,029Aboy100%64<li> "my brothers middle name is Alan and it fits him..i love this name!" <strong>Mar. 30, 2009:</strong> <li> "I'm another Alan but i live in scotland where it is quite a common name. people are forever spelling it wrong with 2 L's it really gets on my nerves having to tell people who write it down that they spelled it wrong. when spelled with 2 L's it is a surname. (usually Allen) The name itself doesn't bother me or make me happy... it's just my name :)" <strong>Feb. 16, 2009:</strong> <li> "Well I did meet up with a 'Allen' once. Felt really weird when we called each another. I admit that I didnt do much justice to the meaning of 'Alan' the handsome one. However, I do prefer another meaning of 'Alan', which is little rock. Steadfast and Stubborn(oops...I meant persistent)" <strong>Nov. 13, 2008:</strong> <li> "my bfs name is alan and thats what we are going to name the baby" <strong>Sep. 25, 2006:</strong> <li> "No one ever pronounces my name wrong, but more often than not it is spelled incorrectly, usually Allen. I have never met an "Alan" who spells it with an "a" and two "l's". "Alan" is a good name because it's simple, direct and not very common it seems. Stats tell us otherwise, but I rarely meet another "Alan." In the small town I live in there is someone not even remotely related to me who has the same first, middle, and last name as I have. We've never met, but we occassionally get each other's mail. As an aside, it's interesting that a word search on this site for "Alan" also comes up with "Alma" as a man's name. Oddly enough, my mother's name is "Alma," and I can assure you she's not a male." <strong>Mar. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "Carried this name for 52 years. Glad my parents named me this. Common enough not to be weird yet not common common!" <strong>Jan. 27, 2006:</strong> <li> "is the best name ever. im handsome girls love the name." <strong>Apr. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "My brother's name is Alandon. I never have seen anyone with that name before. If anyone knows anyone with that name, i would love to know." <strong>Oct. 11, 2007:</strong> <li> "In ireland the name Alan is a first name meaning handsome, and Allen is a surname. It is a celtic name" <strong>Jun. 16, 2007:</strong> <li> "My older brother's name. He always complains because people spell it "ALLAN" with two "L". He frequently have to have his name double checked with every paper or company he applies for and signs." <strong>May. 24, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 333,553 boys in the United States have been named Alan since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1955, when 9,029 people in the U.S. were given the name Alan. Those people are now 65 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
622021-11-29 16:30:16image/jpeg8736b2e024c3ef7e13c36b0ee1d991a820c8472014997/87/36/b2/e0/8736b2e024c3ef7e13c36b0ee1d991a820c84720.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/87/36/b2/e0/8736b2e024c3ef7e13c36b0ee1d991a820c84720.jpg732021-11-28 22:32:20Alanzo18827Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 7 boys in the United States have been named Alanzo since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1882, when 7 people in the U.S. were given the name Alanzo. Those people are now 138 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
632021-11-29 16:30:28image/jpeg9a89e109ab01736814434cb0cba266a3339014c914803/9a/89/e1/09/9a89e109ab01736814434cb0cba266a3339014c9.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/9a/89/e1/09/9a89e109ab01736814434cb0cba266a3339014c9.jpg742021-11-28 22:32:27Alba18927Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 7 boys in the United States have been named Alba since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1892, when 7 people in the U.S. were given the name Alba. Those people are now 128 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
642021-11-29 16:30:37image/jpeg240465fbe9cbd67a7de0c001b67a9e7a5a65fbc92485/24/04/65/fb/240465fbe9cbd67a7de0c001b67a9e7a5a65fbc9.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/24/04/65/fb/240465fbe9cbd67a7de0c001b67a9e7a5a65fbc9.jpg752021-11-28 22:32:35Albert192110,145Aboy33%122<li> "hi my name is Albert and I only meet two other Albert's and they seem almost like me. I really like this name its easy to pronounce and I have no trouble with it and my girlfirend likes saying my name as well." <strong>Mar. 17, 2008:</strong> <li> "Seems to be stuck in the days of Albert Einstein or Queen Victoria's long-deceased husband Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. However, the American male model Albert Reed (born 6 March 1985) has now kind of injected a bit of youth into this name." <strong>Jun. 2, 2008:</strong> <li> "Albert Reed the American male model may be in his early 20s at the present time while Prince Albert of Monaco (son of the late Princess Grace of Monaco AKA the actress Grace Kelly and of Prince Rainier III of Monaco) may now be aged 50, but over all, I associate this name with old men including two elderly male characters in Sixties and Seventies British television - grumpy Albert Tatlock in the soap Coronation Street and that "dirty old man" Albert Steptoe in the sitcom Steptoe And Son, Albert being the father as opposed to Harold the son." <strong>Apr. 27, 2008:</strong> <li> "One of the most well-known of the "old man" names and unfortunately still considered old mannish after so many years. In the exact same category lie the names Herbert, Edwin, Leonard, Stanley, Alfred, Arthur, Harold, Norman, Ernest, and Frank...not to mention the "senior citizen" names in the other gender, the "old lady" names, which are Gertrude, Ethel, Florence, Edith, Mabel, Agnes, Elsie, Irene, Margaret, and Minnie." <strong>Oct. 12, 2008:</strong> <li> "Albert what a nasty sounding name... My brothers name is Albert we call him Albie... poor kid is only in his 20s" <strong>Feb. 2, 2007:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 2 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 483,594 boys in the United States have been named Albert since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1921, when 10,145 people in the U.S. were given the name Albert. Those people are now 99 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
652021-11-29 16:30:42image/jpeg747134ab21a135907874e8d23e0b08bd8ae6e6a723494/74/71/34/ab/747134ab21a135907874e8d23e0b08bd8ae6e6a7.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/74/71/34/ab/747134ab21a135907874e8d23e0b08bd8ae6e6a7.jpg762021-11-28 22:32:36Alberto19911,414Aboy100%13<li> "People often pronounce it Albert-o (Like Albert but with an O at the end). That is wrong, it is supposed to be pronounced: al-bertoa (the strong sylabe is "ber")." <strong>Dec. 27, 2006:</strong> <li> "My brother's name was Alberto, named after our dad. He didn't like it much, so he changed it to Albert." <strong>Sep. 11, 2011:</strong> <li> "VO-5! all thru the 70's, i couldn't get away from it." <strong>Aug. 14, 2008:</strong> <li> "It's my name! The right pronnunciation is al-BER-toh!" <strong>May. 7, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 57,050 boys in the United States have been named Alberto since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1991, when 1,414 people in the U.S. were given the name Alberto. Those people are now 29 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
662021-11-29 16:30:56image/jpega760ffee74bf7d7fc4c18a50ebef1ffbacf5da7a14074/a7/60/ff/ee/a760ffee74bf7d7fc4c18a50ebef1ffbacf5da7a.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/a7/60/ff/ee/a760ffee74bf7d7fc4c18a50ebef1ffbacf5da7a.jpg772021-11-28 22:32:47Albertus18805Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 10 boys in the United States have been named Albertus since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1883, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Albertus. Those people are now 137 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
672021-11-29 16:31:03image/jpegb22af348da6a77ea21c5320eb26e320221a37d1819431/b2/2a/f3/48/b22af348da6a77ea21c5320eb26e320221a37d18.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/b2/2a/f3/48/b22af348da6a77ea21c5320eb26e320221a37d18.jpg782021-11-28 22:32:50Albin1919157Aboy100%2<p> <li>Records indicate that 3,023 boys in the United States have been named Albin since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1919, when 157 people in the U.S. were given the name Albin. Those people are now 101 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
682021-11-29 16:31:12image/jpeg6d5f22c57b26a6422cdfe34920caff105f6b742e16713/6d/5f/22/c5/6d5f22c57b26a6422cdfe34920caff105f6b742e.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/6d/5f/22/c5/6d5f22c57b26a6422cdfe34920caff105f6b742e.jpg792021-11-28 22:33:03Albion18847Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 44 boys in the United States have been named Albion since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1884, when 7 people in the U.S. were given the name Albion. Those people are now 136 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
692021-11-29 16:31:22image/jpeg682bcbe32533f3a51e976de065c8b805731fdca813983/68/2b/cb/e3/682bcbe32533f3a51e976de065c8b805731fdca8.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/68/2b/cb/e3/682bcbe32533f3a51e976de065c8b805731fdca8.jpg802021-11-28 22:33:07Alby18825Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Alby since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1882, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Alby. Those people are now 138 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
702021-11-29 16:31:29image/jpeg682bcbe32533f3a51e976de065c8b805731fdca813983/68/2b/cb/e3/682bcbe32533f3a51e976de065c8b805731fdca8.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/68/2b/cb/e3/682bcbe32533f3a51e976de065c8b805731fdca8.jpg812021-11-28 22:33:20Alcee18825Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Alcee since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1882, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Alcee. Those people are now 138 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
712021-11-29 16:31:37image/jpeg8474a4bed008da6be78a31433d50313142e355fd14696/84/74/a4/be/8474a4bed008da6be78a31433d50313142e355fd.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/84/74/a4/be/8474a4bed008da6be78a31433d50313142e355fd.jpg822021-11-28 22:33:27Alcide191326Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 136 boys in the United States have been named Alcide since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1913, when 26 people in the U.S. were given the name Alcide. Those people are now 107 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
722021-11-29 16:31:47image/jpeg0c4603b5d47914aaf13b0667e70102228d7268ca23905/0c/46/03/b5/0c4603b5d47914aaf13b0667e70102228d7268ca.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/0c/46/03/b5/0c4603b5d47914aaf13b0667e70102228d7268ca.jpg832021-11-28 22:33:31Alden2012291Aboy100%73<li> "My son's name is Alden (he's 10 now) and he is often confused as a mispelled Aiden by teachers. It doesn't seem to bother him and he's enjoyed the name. We like that we have still yet to come across another Alden out there in the wild." <strong>Jul. 2, 2021:</strong> <li> "My name is Alden, i am 14. Its really annoying however because my brothers name is Aidan so everyone calls me that if they dont know me." <strong>Oct. 21, 2019:</strong> <li> "My name is alden and no one ever gets it right but its nice being the only alden every where i go" <strong>Jun. 26, 2018:</strong> <li> "I've had the name Alden for around 15 years--it's not my original name. I never met anyone with that name, but I did once meet someone who had met someone named Alden. I like the sound and the meaning, which I've always seen as some variation of "wise friend" or "old friend" or "old, wise protector" which would be from Old English. But I recently saw a reference that said it's from the English surname Haldane and means "half Dane."" <strong>Feb. 12, 2010:</strong> <li> "I am 28 years old and never met person that has Alden as their first name. Is nice having an uncommon name as i do receive comments about it. It can be annoying however, when people mispronounce it." <strong>Feb. 4, 2009:</strong> <li> "I really love this name! We have a son on the way and we have agreed on the name Aiden but I do love Alden. I like how formal and educated Alden sounds. Maybe I'll get to use this name if we have another boy!" <strong>Dec. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "My boyfriend's name is Alden and he gets a lot of compliments on it. A lot of people say it wrong at first but it's not too bad. There is a character on a cartoon show Braceface named Alden so a lot of people mention that when they meet him." <strong>Jul. 7, 2006:</strong> <li> "We named our son Alden, we love it and other people always say they love it too. I love the meaning of the name as well" <strong>Sep. 2, 2019:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Alden, he is 16 months old. People always call him Aiden, really annoying.... I love the name so much, it is my husband's family name for generations :-)" <strong>May. 5, 2011:</strong> <li> "Our son is called Alden - it should be pronounced Allden, or Awlden. Some people say the Al short, as in aligator, but this is incorrect. We are British, and Alden is a very uncommon name here, but people often say Olden instead which is very annoying!" <strong>Sep. 13, 2008:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 11,391 boys in the United States have been named Alden since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2012, when 291 people in the U.S. were given the name Alden. Those people are now 9 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
732021-11-29 16:31:55image/jpega8f6baa12fe0e788449ef77aa7ef9caf0265688a19116/a8/f6/ba/a1/a8f6baa12fe0e788449ef77aa7ef9caf0265688a.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/a8/f6/ba/a1/a8f6baa12fe0e788449ef77aa7ef9caf0265688a.jpg842021-11-28 22:33:38Aldo2007661Aboy100%11<li> "my brothers friends name was Aldo i dont think anyone ever spelled it wrong but he was quite popular" <strong>Apr. 16, 2008:</strong> <li> "my brothers friends name was Aldo i dont think anyone ever spelled it wrong but he was quite popular" <strong>Apr. 16, 2008:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 12,680 boys in the United States have been named Aldo since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2007, when 661 people in the U.S. were given the name Aldo. Those people are now 13 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
742021-11-29 16:32:03image/jpeg2464fed6aeb320a628a7b5c085e9eb62c891befd17813/24/64/fe/d6/2464fed6aeb320a628a7b5c085e9eb62c891befd.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/24/64/fe/d6/2464fed6aeb320a628a7b5c085e9eb62c891befd.jpg852021-11-28 22:33:47Alec19953,421Aboy80%852<li> "My name is Alec and I often get called "Alex" but it makes me feel special" <strong>Jun. 29, 2021:</strong> <li> "I have a long surname, and Alec's my first name (b. 2000). My mom chose it cos it's short, but you wouldn't believe the amount of people who've called me "Alex". I'd recommend having this name because people aren't likely to confuse you with another Alec since the name's relatively uncommon." <strong>Jul. 20, 2020:</strong> <li> "My name is Alec. It?s rare. I get alex all the time but that?s cool. I find boys named Alec to be the coolest out anyway!" <strong>Apr. 7, 2018:</strong> <li> "My 10 month old son is Alec Boyd! We absolutely love the name (my husband actually came up with it) and I think it sounds strong and handsome. We already get quite a few people saying "Alex" when we tell his name, and of course we have to correct them, so that's a pain, but the good thing is that it's a fairly uncommon name :)" <strong>Mar. 15, 2017:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Alec. I got it from St. Elmo's fire too!!" <strong>Jan. 9, 2009:</strong> <li> "It's my name and people have been screwing it up my entire life. Most of them eventually get it, though." <strong>Jan. 3, 2009:</strong> <li> "my boyfriends name is Alec and yeah people call him Alex alot it makes me angry ha ha but i love his name its so awesome" <strong>Jul. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "my son's name is alec. It's a great strong name, but it is usally mis pronouned as alex! yuk!" <strong>Apr. 28, 2006:</strong> <li> "Named my son, Alec, in 1992 and am glad I did! . He's always liked it and it's a good name at every age. Now that he's almost 22, it fits him well because he doesn't like to be average and there are not a lot of them out there. Alec Baldwin was a slight influence only because I liked his name. I caught myself saying Alec with a 'c' a lot though while he was growing up because people thought it was Alex. Even after they knew it was Alec ( ex. Teachers) they still called him that! Got to be annoying but overall I love the name Alec!" <strong>Jun. 21, 2014:</strong> <li> "My best friend was Named Alec, Tho its Hard to prnounce i understand that alot of people get mad when Said Wrong." <strong>Mar. 26, 2008:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Alec. I first heard it on St. Elmo's Fire and loved it ever since." <strong>Apr. 25, 2007:</strong> <li> "This is my 5 year old sons name. I love the name, but I can tell he gets frustrated when people call him Alex, which happens a lot." <strong>Mar. 14, 2006:</strong> <li> "We called our Son Alec (b.2002) but alot of people automatically call him Alex. very annoying." <strong>Nov. 19, 2005:</strong> <li> "My friend christian alec lawson has it and its the ugliest name i've ever heard!" <strong>Jun. 3, 2010:</strong> <li> "I dont like this name at all! it rolls off your tongue all wrong!! YUCK!!" <strong>May. 6, 2008:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 5 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 48,021 boys in the United States have been named Alec since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1995, when 3,421 people in the U.S. were given the name Alec. Those people are now 26 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
752021-11-29 16:32:14image/jpeg190166c9031bcbd376a9c097385ebc6fe9454c3116439/19/01/66/c9/190166c9031bcbd376a9c097385ebc6fe9454c31.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/19/01/66/c9/190166c9031bcbd376a9c097385ebc6fe9454c31.jpg862021-11-28 22:33:58Aleck18897Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 30 boys in the United States have been named Aleck since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1889, when 7 people in the U.S. were given the name Aleck. Those people are now 131 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
762021-11-29 16:32:16image/jpegb45c9a43a01e932992462216cdf9818d2a95c96f18813/b4/5c/9a/43/b45c9a43a01e932992462216cdf9818d2a95c96f.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/b4/5c/9a/43/b45c9a43a01e932992462216cdf9818d2a95c96f.jpg872021-11-28 22:34:06Alejandro20014,551Aboy100%12<li> "My sons name is Alejandro he was named 8/7/08 & about 1 yr later lady gaga made that song im sure there's gunna b more alejs now" <strong>Feb. 16, 2011:</strong> <li> "my 6 year old cousions name is alejandro we call him alex" <strong>Nov. 7, 2011:</strong> <li> "he is the best little brothe ever. he is so cute when he is smiling." <strong>Oct. 13, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 119,100 boys in the United States have been named Alejandro since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2001, when 4,551 people in the U.S. were given the name Alejandro. Those people are now 19 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
772021-11-29 16:32:20image/jpeg1a327db006b28826f5e8c091203ce717146e055b15519/1a/32/7d/b0/1a327db006b28826f5e8c091203ce717146e055b.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/1a/32/7d/b0/1a327db006b28826f5e8c091203ce717146e055b.jpg882021-11-28 22:34:09Alek1999154Aboy100%3<p> <li>Records indicate that 712 boys in the United States have been named Alek since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2000, when 154 people in the U.S. were given the name Alek. Those people are now 20 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
782021-11-29 16:32:33image/jpeg0b785b84bce5f032bba24254c43bdf419af5733c16783/0b/78/5b/84/0b785b84bce5f032bba24254c43bdf419af5733c.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/0b/78/5b/84/0b785b84bce5f032bba24254c43bdf419af5733c.jpg892021-11-28 22:34:10Alessandro2008390Aboy?1<li> "My son's named Alessandro. Yes, people sometimes say it wrong - they always think there is a x in it like Alexandro - but for the most part it's said pretty good. I love this name. It's strong and handsome - just like my son. For short we call him Sandro." <strong>Oct. 31, 2010:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 4,307 boys in the United States have been named Alessandro since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2008, when 390 people in the U.S. were given the name Alessandro. Those people are now 12 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
792021-11-29 16:32:47image/jpeg5e3c06b4b02566ad7f69fce886880690a0d67cb722885/5e/3c/06/b4/5e3c06b4b02566ad7f69fce886880690a0d67cb7.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/5e/3c/06/b4/5e3c06b4b02566ad7f69fce886880690a0d67cb7.jpg902021-11-28 22:34:15Alex19937,634Aboy94%1761<li> "I am Alex, too! And I like my name so much, Alex is an awesome name." <strong>May. 13, 2021:</strong> <li> "Alexander is the"Greatest" name around! Alex's are special beans who deserve all the good things the world has to offer." <strong>Jul. 21, 2020:</strong> <li> "Hi!!! My name's Alex toooo!!! Hahahaha like wow! We're all named Alex! We like should totally like all like hang out or something sometime!" <strong>Feb. 10, 2018:</strong> <li> "my BF is named Alex and it is ssoooooooooo ausome -Mackenzie" <strong>Feb. 22, 2010:</strong> <li> "i like the name Alex...that's what i'm naming my baby boy...so yeah i love this name" <strong>Jan. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "my brother is named alex. officially alexander paul, but we call him al because we're lazy. but it totally suits him, i love the name." <strong>Mar. 23, 2008:</strong> <li> "It's my ex bfs name and I think it's really cute. I used to call him Lexxie. haha. lots of nickname potential for such a short name. it wasn't even short for anything." <strong>Mar. 9, 2008:</strong> <li> "I love my name...considering i'm going to become the 1st world dictator" <strong>Aug. 30, 2007:</strong> <li> "My name is alex to this name is freaken AWESOME! I have met other alexs though" <strong>Aug. 29, 2007:</strong> <li> "According to ancient Gaelic text, "Alex" literally means defender of mankind. If I were in danger and a guy named Alex showed up, I believe it would mitigate the situation. Alex is simply the best name ever." <strong>Jun. 20, 2007:</strong> <li> "im alex.. im 16 years old.. alex is a wkd name.. been around for 100s of years.. its a classic... THUMBS UP!!... alex.. from northampton, england." <strong>Mar. 29, 2007:</strong> <li> "This name is absolutely beautiful, and it suits both a boy or a girl! I love the name combination Paul Alexander for a boy." <strong>Mar. 9, 2007:</strong> <li> "this is my name and all the ladies love it... for sure ... yehhhh homie" <strong>Oct. 31, 2006:</strong> <li> "my boyfriend is named alex and that name fits him so well! i love it!" <strong>Aug. 6, 2006:</strong> <li> "My name is Alex and I like love it. I was named after Alexander the Great. there are a couple of other Alexs in my grade, but I dont mind." <strong>Apr. 18, 2006:</strong> <li> "I love my name because it has a good meaning to it" <strong>Nov. 21, 2005:</strong> <li> "My son is Alexander but we usually call him Alex. It completely suits him, he is such an "Alex". The only problem we've run into is people calling him "Alec" or "Al," both of which send shivers down my spine." <strong>Aug. 3, 2005:</strong> <li> "any one heard of quadawl or adriel for a boys name latley.i have. some people are pretty screwed up i recon" <strong>Jul. 28, 2012:</strong> <li> "I prefer the version 'Alexei' which has Russian origins" <strong>Oct. 5, 2008:</strong> <li> "THAT NAME IS OK BUT I DONT LIKE IT MUCH CUZ MY X HIS NAME IS ALEX SO YEAH BUT IT IS KOOL" <strong>Dec. 20, 2007:</strong> <li> "My name is Alex, too. It's usually just a nickname for Alexander, but I was actually BORN with the name Alex. No joke." <strong>Dec. 13, 2007:</strong> <li> "my name is alex santana from raymondville and i lm in love with this hot girl saby sanchez" <strong>Oct. 24, 2007:</strong> <li> "my name is alex also, and some people spell it wrong and say it wrong, theyll call me alec, lol" <strong>Jul. 8, 2007:</strong> <li> "My name is Alex...Alexander really, but I go by Alex. I'm a 28 yr old M and I've disliked my name all my life. I hate the way is sounds when spoken...also, Alex is a uni-sex name which I don't really love. In fact, I dated a Female Alex....WEIRD..., both the double names and that girl!!! Also knew an Alex in college with a lisp, tough name for a lisp to pronounce." <strong>Dec. 8, 2010:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 6 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 253,948 boys in the United States have been named Alex since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1993, when 7,634 people in the U.S. were given the name Alex. Those people are now 28 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
802021-11-29 16:32:59image/jpegc04a623b817afaffe19cd65a9dd6aa218f18ff1b13875/c0/4a/62/3b/c04a623b817afaffe19cd65a9dd6aa218f18ff1b.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/c0/4a/62/3b/c04a623b817afaffe19cd65a9dd6aa218f18ff1b.jpg912021-11-28 22:34:25Alexande1989301Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 301 boys in the United States have been named Alexande since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1989, when 301 people in the U.S. were given the name Alexande. Those people are now 31 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
812021-11-29 16:33:07image/jpeg26db88a9b0f606cf65121e0274db38f77af014cb2232/26/db/88/a9/26db88a9b0f606cf65121e0274db38f77af014cb.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/26/db/88/a9/26db88a9b0f606cf65121e0274db38f77af014cb.jpg922021-11-28 22:34:37Alexander199320,513Aboy100%209<li> "My crush is called Alexander! ❤️‍?❤️❤️❤️‍?" <strong>Nov. 7, 2021:</strong> <li> "my friend is called alexander and he speaks to egirls" <strong>Jan. 26, 2021:</strong> <li> "My son's name. I don't like to shorten it but I like the fact that he'll have many nicknames to choose from. He was named after three Alexanders that I admire : Alexander the Great, Alexandre Dumas (who wrote The Three Musketeers) and the greatest dancer of all times, Alexander Godunov." <strong>Mar. 24, 2012:</strong> <li> "Three Words: Alexander Lavelle Harris. That is all." <strong>Apr. 21, 2010:</strong> <li> "I'll be naming my little boy Alexander :) very strong and classic name :)" <strong>Jun. 3, 2009:</strong> <li> "my names alex, and all the girls love that name =) Theres no way any girl can reject a ALEXANDER" <strong>Apr. 25, 2009:</strong> <li> "There are many nicknames for Alexander, making it a very versatile name." <strong>Jun. 13, 2008:</strong> <li> "What a heroic and great name. Very regal. My godson is named Alexander and fits him perfectly." <strong>Oct. 16, 2007:</strong> <li> "Since this is my name it is clearly the best name in the universe." <strong>Sep. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "my older bro is alexander (alex) and again it suits him pefectly! alexander gareth hunter jamieson - if he's bing a snob or in trouble hes alexander, which is yeah, kinda posh or whatnot i guess, but otherwise hes just alex which is perrrrrrrrfect, causual, wahtever, everyone knows it, XD" <strong>Jun. 3, 2007:</strong> <li> "Alexander is a seet name an I can be caled Alex too!" <strong>May. 10, 2007:</strong> <li> "ALEXANDER IS A GREAT SAINTS NAME EVEN PAST POPES HAVE CHOSEN ALEXANDER. THEN THERE'S ALEXANDER THE GREAT." <strong>Apr. 11, 2007:</strong> <li> "ALEXANDER IS A GREAT SAINTS NAME EVEN PAST POPES HAVE CHOSEN ALEXANDER. THEN THERE'S ALEXANDER THE GREAT." <strong>Apr. 11, 2007:</strong> <li> "One Of Thee Best Names Ever Nicknames Include Alex, Al, Lexi and loads More This is gotta to be the best name ever created" <strong>Apr. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "I know someone with this name- it is a very nice name and there are a variety of nicknames for this- Alex, Al...maybe even Rex...it is a cool name!!!" <strong>Jan. 14, 2007:</strong> <li> "its my name and the shortform ALEX ist also ok for me..." <strong>Aug. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "I have loved my name Alexander. It is a powerful, masculine, old name that translates well into several languages. Also allows for many nick names: Alex, Al, Lex, Zander, etc." <strong>May. 28, 2006:</strong> <li> "Beatiful name and steadily popular. I know (of) several people called Alexander and they are between 3 and 87. It's also my brother's name (he's 39)." <strong>Apr. 26, 2006:</strong> <li> "My son's name, Lots of boys and girls in So. Florida with the name. Latin Population uses it alot. Son uses Alex for short." <strong>Apr. 19, 2006:</strong> <li> "I dont meet much people named Alexander. People usually only call me by Alex for short though." <strong>Apr. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "Sep07Shawn Summer Next week I mean September 16, although I am not abig fan of vieonlt movies but you are the cast sure is impressive and since it is a remake and I liked it so I am going to watch it" <strong>Dec. 27, 2012:</strong> <li> "I named my son Alexander, but we use Sasha as a shor way to call him. Its popular to use Sasha for Alexander in Russia and other post soviet union countries, but its not so common in the U.S or Europe." <strong>Sep. 9, 2010:</strong> <li> "I named my baby boy Alexander. I always called him Alex. So did everyone else. Then, when he was 15, he started introducing himself as Xander. I am not thrilled with the new name." <strong>Mar. 31, 2010:</strong> <li> "I'm called Alexander, my nickname Zandy started when an older sibling couldn't say Alexander properly." <strong>Jun. 8, 2009:</strong> <li> "Alexander is a very strong and nice name, but i hate the fact it is often shortened to Alex." <strong>Apr. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "My husbands name is Alexander. His friends call him Alex and his mother calls him Zandy. This name allows for many nick name options." <strong>Nov. 2, 2008:</strong> <li> "I love the name Alexander! Though I mostly like it because it is my boyfriend's name, yes, it is a nice name. ^_^" <strong>Dec. 3, 2005:</strong> <li> ""The Great" name, literally, "helper and defender of mankind," I love my name, and living out its meaning. Historically, it's a leader's name... while there is a lack of Julius's and Napoleons, there is no lack of Alexanders!" <strong>Aug. 4, 2005:</strong> <li> "i like the name Elexander better... it's not near as common" <strong>Jul. 27, 2005:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 588,303 boys in the United States have been named Alexander since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1993, when 20,513 people in the U.S. were given the name Alexander. Those people are now 28 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
822021-11-29 16:33:19image/jpeg34cb9d4d699c2b8fb1288eb2c43b7b96abbef98517418/34/cb/9d/4d/34cb9d4d699c2b8fb1288eb2c43b7b96abbef985.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/34/cb/9d/4d/34cb9d4d699c2b8fb1288eb2c43b7b96abbef985.jpg932021-11-28 22:34:48Alexandre2003173Aboy100%33<li> "So, Alexandre is an amazing name. I love it, it sounds unique." <strong>Apr. 29, 2020:</strong> <li> "No I?m the only one I know with the name Alexandre" <strong>Jan. 21, 2020:</strong> <li> "I know it was the name of the guy, Alexandre Dumas, who wrote The Three Musketeers. It gives the prefect twist on the name Alexander without having to manipulate spelling or and keeps a good traditional name going. We plan on using it for our next son if we have a second :)." <strong>Jan. 31, 2014:</strong> <li> "Alaxander? Never heard of. Alexandre's my name, it's the french of Alexander." <strong>Oct. 18, 2009:</strong> <li> "Alaxander is a great name, but Alexandre is awful." <strong>Aug. 15, 2008:</strong> <li> "I AM HAVING TWINS BOYS AND I AM THINKING OF NAMING THEM ALEXANDER AND ALEXANDRE. WHAT DO THINK?" <strong>Jul. 6, 2007:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 1,484 boys in the United States have been named Alexandre since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2003, when 173 people in the U.S. were given the name Alexandre. Those people are now 17 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
832021-11-29 16:33:26image/jpeg3c13a81b45a6dbf4d35aea8db83682f1ecfb2ca416338/3c/13/a8/1b/3c13a81b45a6dbf4d35aea8db83682f1ecfb2ca4.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/3c/13/a8/1b/3c13a81b45a6dbf4d35aea8db83682f1ecfb2ca4.jpg942021-11-28 22:34:58Alexandro2004258Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 3,661 boys in the United States have been named Alexandro since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2004, when 258 people in the U.S. were given the name Alexandro. Those people are now 16 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
842021-11-29 16:33:36image/jpegd8a9feb142948d4c818ae6028c1a14e827748bb72167/d8/a9/fe/b1/d8a9feb142948d4c818ae6028c1a14e827748bb7.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/d8/a9/fe/b1/d8a9feb142948d4c818ae6028c1a14e827748bb7.jpg952021-11-28 22:35:04Alexis20044,167Aboy89%851<li> "Alexis pronounced in spanish the s is silent. I am from PR but live in the States. In the States I go by Alex to eliminate confusion via email." <strong>Jul. 7, 2017:</strong> <li> "its a great name, for BOYS! It started out as a boys name, should remain that way." <strong>Nov. 21, 2009:</strong> <li> "I want to name my son Alexis, but everybody is telling me the name is for a girl, however im Hispanic and my culture the name is given usually to boys.. Kids in the US are horrible when growing up.. specially teasing kids about their name.. im still not sure?" <strong>Oct. 17, 2009:</strong> <li> "My son's name is Alexis. He is now 15 and says he doesn't like it b/c it's a girl name. He usually goes my Alexi. When I go to school or try to make a doctors appt. they always refer to him as a her which I promptly correct. We are Hispanic and this is generally known as a boy's name. Hopefully he'll appreciate his name as he gets older." <strong>Aug. 27, 2009:</strong> <li> "i love the name alexi! if i have a boy this is definitely gonna be his name...unfortunately this is not listed..." <strong>Aug. 3, 2009:</strong> <li> "I name my baby Alexis i just love the name its so unique. I never heard that it can be used as a girl name too but that's ok with me." <strong>Apr. 2, 2009:</strong> <li> "Alexis is my name and i am a 30 year old male. Everybody loves my name and they say that my name is unique. I am proud of it." <strong>Mar. 28, 2009:</strong> <li> "alexis is both a boys name and a girl's name I actually want to name my first son alexis. It's a nice name and the name doesn't make the person, the person is who makes the name." <strong>Dec. 22, 2008:</strong> <li> "I am male to female trans. I will be changing my first name to Alexis but will sign my name and use Lexi in all social settings, and my two middle names are unequivocally female, not unisex. I absolutely love the name in all ways. If you identify as male you can assign clearly male middle name(s) and use more masculine nicknames in everyday utilization like Alex, Lex, Lexer; and for identifying females the opposite (as aforementioned regarding myself)." <strong>Nov. 15, 2021:</strong> <li> "My name is Alexis I usually go by Alex. I am a male. There are very few girls named Alexis in non English speaking countries." <strong>Mar. 26, 2017:</strong> <li> "my son is a month old and so far 95% of people who heard the name thought its a girl,we love the name cuase its quite uniq here in usa,but unfortunatly most americans have no clue about anything outside this country,so needles to say were reconsidring the name" <strong>Oct. 29, 2010:</strong> <li> "I am a 27 year old male named Alexis. Growing up i was teased a bit because people said it was a girls name, unless they were from a country outside of the U.S, in which case they thought of it as a boys name. I now love my name, and always liked that I was named after the great prize fighter Alexis Arguello. My whole life everybody, including my family has called me "Lex", which is a great nickname. So despite the teasing, it has become something I am very proud of and that I get nothing but compliments for. It's a name that builds character." <strong>Mar. 3, 2010:</strong> <li> "I AM HAVING TWINS AND I AM THINKING OF NAMING THEM ALEXANDER AND ALEXIS. WHAT DO YOU THINK?" <strong>Jul. 6, 2007:</strong> <li> "dont like the name it does not fit a boy better then it fit a girle" <strong>Aug. 20, 2006:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 5 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 56,747 boys in the United States have been named Alexis since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2004, when 4,167 people in the U.S. were given the name Alexis. Those people are now 17 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
852021-11-29 16:33:45image/jpeg1c1543d625f20f2d60abd8ff3fc6c6917aa5f87c16536/1c/15/43/d6/1c1543d625f20f2d60abd8ff3fc6c6917aa5f87c.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/1c/15/43/d6/1c1543d625f20f2d60abd8ff3fc6c6917aa5f87c.jpg962021-11-28 22:35:12Alexzander2006380Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 3,947 boys in the United States have been named Alexzander since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2006, when 380 people in the U.S. were given the name Alexzander. Those people are now 14 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
862021-11-29 16:33:56image/jpeg4762ae719306831155a49297b82b1d2de80cb5bd15766/47/62/ae/71/4762ae719306831155a49297b82b1d2de80cb5bd.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/47/62/ae/71/4762ae719306831155a49297b82b1d2de80cb5bd.jpg972021-11-28 22:35:22Alf191222Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 265 boys in the United States have been named Alf since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1912, when 22 people in the U.S. were given the name Alf. Those people are now 108 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
872021-11-29 16:34:01image/jpeg4f798bcf7f095a1c52cd6143c5900a2de20f051714888/4f/79/8b/cf/4f798bcf7f095a1c52cd6143c5900a2de20f0517.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/4f/79/8b/cf/4f798bcf7f095a1c52cd6143c5900a2de20f0517.jpg982021-11-28 22:35:32Alferd18996Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 11 boys in the United States have been named Alferd since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1899, when 6 people in the U.S. were given the name Alferd. Those people are now 121 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
882021-11-29 16:34:13image/jpeg25717456b90c5a75efe402edae055b7eff19e07113676/25/71/74/56/25717456b90c5a75efe402edae055b7eff19e071.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/25/71/74/56/25717456b90c5a75efe402edae055b7eff19e071.jpg992021-11-28 22:35:40Alfie196762Aboy75%331<li> "If you have the name alfie then you automatically have a big cock." <strong>Jun. 19, 2020:</strong> <li> "Its one of my two favorite boys names :D I love the name.. And, im only 14 aswell." <strong>Jul. 20, 2009:</strong> <li> "My sons name is Alfie I love it! It totally suits him and everyone who asks his name, when I tell them they love it!! A nice strong British name.x" <strong>Feb. 23, 2009:</strong> <li> "I love this name. Is one of my favorite names. This, Martain, Felix, Darious, Carol and Daroll are my favs ^^" <strong>Oct. 21, 2010:</strong> <li> "I'm Only 14 And I Love The Name Alfie. I Would Like To Call My Child Alfie If I Ever Have A Child When Im Older. I Really Think Its A lovely Name." <strong>Sep. 8, 2008:</strong> <li> "What's it all about, Alfie? It was the name of the 1965 film with Michael Caine and Shelley Winters, and then the 2002 remake starred Jude Law in the title role. The name is currently popular in the UK but I don't think it's likely to catch on to that extent on the American side of the Atlantic." <strong>Jun. 9, 2008:</strong> <li> "I loathe this name! It is not 'cute' at all. And since when are boys names supposed to be CUTE anyway. I cannot imagine a doctor or lawyer named Alfie." <strong>Oct. 23, 2009:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 3 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 119 boys in the United States have been named Alfie since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1967, when 62 people in the U.S. were given the name Alfie. Those people are now 53 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
892021-11-29 16:34:23image/jpeg5b14eb044883a923e14467ae0e5def48293b521914164/5b/14/eb/04/5b14eb044883a923e14467ae0e5def48293b5219.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/5b/14/eb/04/5b14eb044883a923e14467ae0e5def48293b5219.jpg1002021-11-28 22:35:45Alfonse191751Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 166 boys in the United States have been named Alfonse since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1917, when 51 people in the U.S. were given the name Alfonse. Those people are now 103 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
902021-11-29 16:34:32image/jpeg051899081737c9f072177bcb54877462c9bfbc3428763/05/18/99/08/051899081737c9f072177bcb54877462c9bfbc34.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/05/18/99/08/051899081737c9f072177bcb54877462c9bfbc34.jpg1012021-11-28 22:35:49Alfonso1991574Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 38,122 boys in the United States have been named Alfonso since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1991, when 574 people in the U.S. were given the name Alfonso. Those people are now 29 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
912021-11-29 16:34:42image/jpeg2680271639e505fe88b338293fc6eb087670e7b623032/26/80/27/16/2680271639e505fe88b338293fc6eb087670e7b6.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/26/80/27/16/2680271639e505fe88b338293fc6eb087670e7b6.jpg1022021-11-28 22:36:00Alfonzo197090Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 2,596 boys in the United States have been named Alfonzo since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1970, when 90 people in the U.S. were given the name Alfonzo. Those people are now 50 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
922021-11-29 16:34:44image/jpeg603a57e76291bcfcc7873a4f041ac04e1cbd9fdd24818/60/3a/57/e7/603a57e76291bcfcc7873a4f041ac04e1cbd9fdd.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/60/3a/57/e7/603a57e76291bcfcc7873a4f041ac04e1cbd9fdd.jpg1032021-11-28 22:36:09Alford1930107Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 3,754 boys in the United States have been named Alford since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1930, when 107 people in the U.S. were given the name Alford. Those people are now 90 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
932021-11-29 16:34:46image/jpeg182ebd3df4f6350f7c8309cd572a9fb6a5b69c7722998/18/2e/bd/3d/182ebd3df4f6350f7c8309cd572a9fb6a5b69c77.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/18/2e/bd/3d/182ebd3df4f6350f7c8309cd572a9fb6a5b69c77.jpg1042021-11-28 22:36:19Alfred19286,229Aboy100%76<li> "My sons name. A strong name I think Different from the norm. When we visit Italy it?s not so uncommon Alfredo My son is a good looking athlete so having a strong not so common name is ideal. He is remembered" <strong>Sep. 22, 2019:</strong> <li> "I've been Alfred all 53 years of my life. i love it. originally, my mom was gonna name me michele. i may use that as a pseudonym for my songs.in her honor, of course." <strong>Sep. 15, 2010:</strong> <li> "I LOVE this name! I think it is so handsome, and would fit along perfectly with brothers Edward and William, or a sister named Rose. "Alfred" looks and sounds simultaneously grown-up and fun, which is what a lot of parents look for in a name. :) TONS of great history behind this name. A much better choice than Jaydin or Mykaell." <strong>Mar. 17, 2010:</strong> <li> "When i was a kid people used to make fun of my name. The most popular were Alfred Hitchcock and Alfie the alphabets cereal wonder dog. I myself just went by Al most of my life or Alfie to my girl friend. But when i got older and had to write a resume or get business cards i immediately became Alfred. It looks great on paper and i am sure it got my foot in the door a few times." <strong>Aug. 16, 2009:</strong> <li> "I love this name. It sounds so friendly, especially when the nickname is "Alf" or "Alfie". I know one person named Alf (short for Alfred), who is a really friendly sixty-something year old professor, and the name seems to really suit his personality. Unfortunately, it probably seems old-fashioned on a young kid nowadays." <strong>Jun. 5, 2009:</strong> <li> "MY NAME IS ALFRED AND I LIKE IT . BUT THE PROBLEM IS MY NAME AT HOME IS PRONOUNED WITH A SPANISH ACCENT BECAUSE IM HISPANIC AND SOME KIDS IN SCHOOL WHO ARE NOT HISPANIC , SAY 'ALFERT'" <strong>Jan. 27, 2007:</strong> <li> "MY NAME IS ALFRED AND I LIKE IT . BUT THE PROBLEM IS MY NAME AT HOME IS PRONOUNED WITH SPANISH ACCENT BECAUSE IM HISPANIC AND SOME KIDS IN SCHOOL WHO ARE NOT HISPANIC , SAY 'ALFERT'" <strong>Jan. 27, 2007:</strong> <li> "Times when Alfred Hitchcock showed his infamous side, but he wasn't the only one who ruined this terminally old-fashioned grandad name. The creator of the 'Batman' comic strips, Bob Kane, gave the name Alfred to Batman's (or Bruce Wayne's) elderly manservant butler, which a lot of people have associated the name with over the years. Personally, the name is in the same category as Albert, Leonard, Percy, Norman, Frank, Horace, and Arthur." <strong>Jun. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "Sounds like an old man to me. Well, not just any old man, but Batman's/Bruce Wayne's (also Robin's/Dick Grayson's) butler Alfred Pennyworth in the Batman comic books." <strong>May. 1, 2008:</strong> <li> "THIS MY HUSBAND NAME BUT PEOPLE INSIST ON CALLING HIM ALFORD OR AFFERD!" <strong>Apr. 25, 2007:</strong> <li> "this name is soo funny! but i do know someone wiht this name!!! i love him to deaf!!!" <strong>Sep. 12, 2006:</strong> <li> "Alfred is my dad's name and my grandfathers name. I like the name but people refer to my dad as Al which i think is better then Alfred" <strong>Jan. 23, 2006:</strong> <li> "Alfred the Great, King of all Saxon Britain. Alfred Hitchcock, famous director. Great name, unfortunately, sounds really geeky!" <strong>Jan. 5, 2006:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 240,194 boys in the United States have been named Alfred since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1928, when 6,229 people in the U.S. were given the name Alfred. Those people are now 92 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
942021-11-29 16:34:57image/jpeg6d7866bffe6ef1bc941a65df93352666eff9234627347/6d/78/66/bf/6d7866bffe6ef1bc941a65df93352666eff92346.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/6d/78/66/bf/6d7866bffe6ef1bc941a65df93352666eff92346.jpg1052021-11-28 22:36:28Alfredo19931,078Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 51,537 boys in the United States have been named Alfredo since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1993, when 1,078 people in the U.S. were given the name Alfredo. Those people are now 27 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
952021-11-29 16:35:09image/jpega2f305b3ecfe22575411420b10e0918fb278745514003/a2/f3/05/b3/a2f305b3ecfe22575411420b10e0918fb2787455.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/a2/f3/05/b3/a2f305b3ecfe22575411420b10e0918fb2787455.jpg1062021-11-28 22:36:41Alger189811Aboy?1<li> "My family name is Alger we pronounce it Awl'-grr(not "Al-jur")" <strong>Jan. 18, 2011:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 35 boys in the United States have been named Alger since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1898, when 11 people in the U.S. were given the name Alger. Those people are now 122 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
962021-11-29 16:35:18image/jpegfe4e15cc06cde7f9626752a4faba0394cb2c0d7113751/fe/4e/15/cc/fe4e15cc06cde7f9626752a4faba0394cb2c0d71.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/fe/4e/15/cc/fe4e15cc06cde7f9626752a4faba0394cb2c0d71.jpg1072021-11-28 22:36:55Algernon18865Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Algernon since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1886, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Algernon. Those people are now 134 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
972021-11-29 16:35:26image/jpeg119cf3ffd00c937c1cea9a0c15f52a8dcdde27a214602/11/9c/f3/ff/119cf3ffd00c937c1cea9a0c15f52a8dcdde27a2.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/11/9c/f3/ff/119cf3ffd00c937c1cea9a0c15f52a8dcdde27a2.jpg1082021-11-28 22:37:04Algie191227Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 148 boys in the United States have been named Algie since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1912, when 27 people in the U.S. were given the name Algie. Those people are now 108 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
982021-11-29 16:35:33image/jpeg20c389beb34e180e1fd75a175a2e61e0cb9d86c413875/20/c3/89/be/20c389beb34e180e1fd75a175a2e61e0cb9d86c4.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/20/c3/89/be/20c389beb34e180e1fd75a175a2e61e0cb9d86c4.jpg1092021-11-28 22:37:13Algot18915Aboy?<p> <li>Records indicate that 5 boys in the United States have been named Algot since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1891, when 5 people in the U.S. were given the name Algot. Those people are now 129 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
992021-11-29 16:35:35image/jpegfc42e1bd82498d155529ef041fc03617bac533ce20166/fc/42/e1/bd/fc42e1bd82498d155529ef041fc03617bac533ce.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/fc/42/e1/bd/fc42e1bd82498d155529ef041fc03617bac533ce.jpg1102021-11-28 22:37:24Ali2002865Aboy88%731<li> ""?It is also mean Gods lion in a Muslim world. It is beautiful We are thinking to give our new born baby boy this name.?Mar. 1, 2020? it doesn?t mean God?s lion, Ali the cousin of Muhammad (saws) have Ali the title of Asad Allah for his achievements. Ali is a powerful name found around the world and in many different cultures. In Hawaii the nobility there receive the title of ?Ali?" <strong>Sep. 6, 2020:</strong> <li> "Given the history and roots of the name Ali, to name a girl Ali is absurd." <strong>Mar. 11, 2010:</strong> <li> "This is my brothers name, and yea its of arabic origin. Definately NOT a girls name. I think its a very good and respectable name because of its noble origin and meaning. people, if you want to name your daughter Ali spell it Alley, even though it sounds masculine and has a serious history and meaning. If you want to RESPECT the name, name your daughters Aaliyah or Aliyah whichever." <strong>Apr. 3, 2007:</strong> <li> "Ali is my brother's name. The origin of this name is arabic. I love this name and it's meaning. By the way, calling a girl by the name of Ali seems weird to me, because of it's origin and meaning." <strong>Mar. 7, 2007:</strong> <li> "I have a buddy who's in kindergarten n she's actually a girl. And i think the name is really pretty." <strong>Oct. 25, 2006:</strong> <li> "Ali is my husband's name, and it means "noble man". The name is of Arabic origins, and the name itself is a masculine adjective, so it always surprises me when a girl is named "Ali", because the feminine version of Ali is "Aliyah" but Ali is not a girl's name. Most people pronounce it almost correctly "a-lee" with a short "a". I love this name, and there are several people we know who are also named Ali. And from celebrities there is Mohammed Ali Clay." <strong>Jul. 24, 2006:</strong> <li> "Gorgeous name! Very common. Usually mispronounced as "alley" but it is supposed to be al-EEE, with an emphasis on the second syllable." <strong>Jul. 11, 2006:</strong> <li> "It is also mean Gods lion in a Muslim world. It is beautiful We are thinking to give our new born baby boy this name." <strong>Mar. 1, 2020:</strong> <li> "You can never ever call a girl Ali. It's a male name and very it's masculine which obviously is an Arabic MALE name." <strong>Feb. 26, 2009:</strong> <li> "It is a very famous and common Arabic name. Unfortunately the first letter of the name does not exist in the English alphabet, hence foreigners to the Arabic language have difficulty pronouncing it. So phonetically translated it would be closest to Ali. Lastly, this is not a girl's name, and can never be a girl's name. Do not confuse it with other unrelated non-Arabic names, such as Alley, Aliyah, and others." <strong>Aug. 10, 2007:</strong> <li> "My really name is Alexandria and this is what i use as a nickname. I think it's a good name for boys and girls, depending on how you pronounce it. I prefer it to be said like "alley" instead of like "Muhammad Ali" due to me being a girl." <strong>Apr. 2, 2008:</strong> <div style="background-color: silver;"> 3 Neutral Comments</div><p> <li>Records indicate that 19,861 boys in the United States have been named Ali since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 2002, when 865 people in the U.S. were given the name Ali. Those people are now 18 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>
1002021-11-29 16:35:44image/jpega45486902d12b6c116a7dab8769ef56a01e70f8c16967/a4/54/86/90/a45486902d12b6c116a7dab8769ef56a01e70f8c.jpghttp://n3.datasn.io/data/api/v1/n3_lyz/baby_name/by_table/image_access/a4/54/86/90/a45486902d12b6c116a7dab8769ef56a01e70f8c.jpg1112021-11-28 22:37:27Alice192551Aboy?2<li> "Borne most famously by the U.S. rocker Alice Cooper, who was born in 1948 as Vincent Damon Furnier. His stage name was originally the name of the 1970s rock band which he fronted (the band itself adopted the name from a woman from the 17th century of that name who was hanged for sorcery). He then took that name for himself when he went solo. However, there was yet another Alice Cooper from a century ago, that Alice being a woman (the same gender as the 17th-century Alice Cooper (no relation) just mentioned), and she was the mother of film star Gary Cooper, born in 1901 as Frank James Cooper." <strong>Sep. 10, 2010:</strong> <li> "hi i'm alice and yes i'm a boy so about my life i am a tramp and my code name is hector it all started one day 34 years age my mother was in hospital and the rest is history speaking of history my uncle was named adolf but he wished his name was youtube he is a tramp too my whole family is a tramp except for my dad who is goerge bush the former president...yep blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ab ab ab a you are all idiots... the end...." <strong>May. 14, 2009:</strong> <p> <li>Records indicate that 608 boys in the United States have been named Alice since 1880.<p> <li>The greatest number of people were given this name in 1925, when 51 people in the U.S. were given the name Alice. Those people are now 95 years old.<p> <p>So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.<p>

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