Top 1000 Baby Names of 2023
May 16, 2023
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Social Security Administration’s Top 100 Baby Names
Don’t fix what isn’t broken, right? The 2022 top baby names from the Social Security Administration have been released, and the movement from last year’s top hits is smaller than you’d think! The darling girls’ names Olivia, Emma, and Charlotte still reign supreme, but classic Sophia and Isabella are on the rise! Similarly, on the boys’ side comes the up-jumped Elijah and Henry. However, there are a couple of surprises on both sides, with appearances from the ethereal Luna and the historical Theodore. These top names from the 2022 SSA ranking take influence from the stunning vintage vibes trickling through every aspect of style these days, giving every parent the chance to accomplish their blast-from-the-past dreams.
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The favorite names of the year are keeping things short and sweet, with the occasional throwback, too! As the world’s spread of interest grows, so does the spread of baby name choices. Whether your naming muse is your favorite musical artist, a natural phenomenon, or your faith, The Bump’s top 1,000 baby girl, boy, and gender-neutral names will spark that feeling every day of the year.
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Most popular baby names of 2023
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Our list of the most popular baby names of 2023 is different from the others. We update it in real time, using data BabyCenter parents share with us as they choose their baby’s name. No trend forecasting or conjecturing here; just a live look at the names parents are loving right now.
Olivia and Liam were the most popular baby names of 2022, topping the list after also reigning supreme in 2021. The top five baby girl names all remained the same in 2021 and 2022 – with each and every name ending in the letter «a. » And while there was some movement in the top five boy names from 2021 to 2022, no new names broke into the mix.
Will these perennially popular names hold on to their reign in 2023? Will names ending in «a» continue to trend for girls? Are endangered baby names like Hayden and Walter headed for extinction? Only time will tell.
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The most unusual names that Russians give to their children
December 18 is the Day of Civil Registry Office workers. Lovely ladies not only announce the creation of new families under the march of Mendelssohn, but also daily do more routine work: register deaths, adoptions and births of new children.
More than 101 thousand babies were born in the capital this year, in the past 134.5 thousand, in 2011 — 125 thousand. Most often, parents chose such names for their sons as: Artem, Alexander, Maxim, Ivan, Mikhail, and for girls — Sofia (Sofya), Maria, Anastasia, Daria, Anna. But from year to year there are also parents who want their heirs to bear such a name that no one in kindergarten, class, school, institute will certainly have … What specifically encourages them to do this, they probably themselves don’t really know, but the fact remains.
Casper you are my Beloved
The Moscow office of the registry office «RG» told about the most unusual names registered in Moscow since 1998. So, the boys were called Dmitry-Amethyst, Matvey-Rainbow, Nikolai-Nikita-Nil, Count, Dar, Ivan-Kolovrat, Mercury, Kantogor-Egor, March, Christamrirados, Prince, Prince, Cosmos, Angel, Wind, Will, Dolphin, Yaroslav-Lyutobor, Ilya Bogodar, Casper Beloved, Arkhip-Ural, Jeremy Patron, Kit, Luke-Happiness, Summerset Ocean, Monono Nikita, Ogneslav, Buddha-Alexander, Master, Peace.
The girls were given the following non-trivial names: Pleasure, Polina-Polina, Golub, April, Cherry, India, Princess Daniella, Rosiyana, Russia, Zarya-Zaryanitsa, Moon, Lyalya, Angel Maria, Lunalika, Princess Angelina, Alyosha-Kaprina, Oceana , Joy, Alena-Flower, Dolphin, Fox, Radostina, Sofia-Sun.
As explained in the press service of the department, there is no fashion or tendency to be fond of unusual names in Moscow. From one to 12 facts of non-standard names are registered annually. According to the head of the Moscow registry office Irina Muravyova, most often an exotic name is expecting a child in a family where one of the parents is a foreigner.
For the love of «VIA Gre»
Residents of the Moscow region are less inventive with non-standard names. So, according to the statistics of the last three years of the registry office in the Moscow region, the boys were called: Anikey, Ion, Ermak, Lukilianne, Hoan, Altair, Andre, Prince, Yakub, Jason, Julius, Daniel. Girls: Zemfira, Cassandra, Esther, Zabava, Kupava, Ustina, Avdotya, Consuelo, Birch, Cassiopeia, Madonna, Roksolana, Raspberry, Mercedes, Bagheera.
An unusual name — Viagra — is registered in the registry office of the town of Korolev near Moscow. Happy parents — the driver Nikolay and the housewife Anastasia explain their choice by three reasons. The first of them is the beauty and originality of the name, the second — the drug of the same name contributed to the long-awaited conception of a child, and the third reason is a long-standing love for the VIA Gra group.
In the last three years Russian registry offices have registered such names as Zhuzha, Tulip, Salad Lettuce, Millionera, Air traffic controller. By the way, people abroad are also good at fiction. So, according to the American Pension Fund, every year hundreds and thousands of children with unusual names are registered in the United States: Eros, Charisma, Lancelot, Lexus, Fantasia and even the Messiah. So, over the past two years, more than 1,000 Messiahs have been registered.
Right to change
However, psychologists say that children with unusual names can have a lot of problems in adulthood. Especially if the associations that an unusual name evokes from strangers do not correspond to the personal qualities of the child. After all, the more unusual the name, the more it attracts the attention of outsiders. Therefore, from childhood, such a child will feel his unusualness, difference from others. This, of course, will leave a very deep imprint on the psyche. Not every child and not every adult can withstand increased attention to his person.
But if a young Prince or a graduate of the Angel-Maria school do not want to continue their life path with such names, they have the right to change them. Until the age of 14, this is done through an appeal to the guardianship and guardianship authorities, after 14 years — through the registry office, but with written permission from the parents. Well, after the age of majority, that is, 18 years old, a young man has the right to independently come to the registry office, write an application and change his name. This year, by the way, 6455 people used this right, last year — 8320, the year before — 7834.
In the name of the Revolution
After the October Revolution in Soviet Russia, it was fashionable for children to give the most unimaginable names. In the dictionary of Russian personal names, authored by Nikandr Petrovsky (the name, by the way, is also not the most common), you can find the following popular names of that era: Electrification, Revolution, Decree, Bow, Tractor, Algebrina, Turbine, Diesel, Drezina.
It used to be that girls were called Dazdraperma (from the slogan «Long live the First of May»), Revdit — («Child of the Revolution»), Pofistal — («Victor of Fascism Joseph Stalin») and even Perkosrak («First space rocket»).
But among the strange revolutionary names there were those that then took root and were called babies for a long time afterwards. For example, Vladlen (abbreviated as Vladimir Lenin), Ninel (the same Lenin, only in reverse), Kim (Communist International of Youth).
Celebrities also do it
World famous people are also not averse to inventing something like that.
So, in the family of football player David Beckham, one of the children was named Brooklyn in honor of the New York area. American rock musician Frank Zappa named his daughter Lunar Sputnik. The daughter of the famous film actress Gwyneth Paltrow received the uncomplicated name Apple, and David Bowie christened his son Zoe: it seemed to the singer a good consonance — Zoe Bowie. By the way, the son did not appreciate the violent creative imagination of his parent. Growing up, he replaced Zoe with a neutral Joe, which, they say, greatly upset his father.
Other Hollywood celebrities were no less original. Today, among the star children, there are such names as Dandelion (Dandelion), Pitches (Peach), Pixie (Fairy) and even Fifi Trixibel — a combination of sounds that cannot be translated.
The longest name in the world is an Indian named Brahmatra. It consists of 1478 letters, which are a series of merged names of historical places, the names of famous diplomats, theologians, scientists, etc. It takes at least ten minutes to read it.
Compared to him, the full name of Miss S. Ellen Georgiana Ser-Lekken from Montana in the USA is mere trifles, only 598 letters. A lush set of names is not uncommon in Spain either. The famous artist Pablo Picasso’s full name was Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomukeno Crispin Crispiano de la Santisima Trinidad Ruiz and Picasso.
And in France there lived a family without a surname. Instead, she wore a set of numbers — 1792. And four sons in this family bore the names of the months of the year. Thus, in the passport and other documents it looked like this: January 1792, February 1792, March 1792 and April 1792. The last representative of this strange family, Mr March 1792, died in September 1904.
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Named the most popular names of newborns in Moscow in 2021 — RIA Novosti, 02/16/2022
Named the most popular names of newborns in Moscow in 2021 RIA Novosti, 02/16/2022
MOSCOW, February 16 — RIA Novosti. The names Lev and Eva entered the top five most popular baby names in Moscow last year, RIA Novosti was told in the press service of the Moscow Civil Registry Office. «The names Eva and Lev became even more popular and entered the top 5. More than 1600 girls were named Eva Leo was given to more than 1,700 boys. Compared to last year, parents chose such names for their children 10% more often. In 2020, the name Leo was in seventh place, and now it is in fourth place. The name Eva bypassed Elizabeth and Anastasia in popularity, «said the performer duties of the head of the Moscow registry office Svetlana Ukhaneva. She also noted that boys were called Mirons by 23% more often, and girls by almost 35% — Yesenias. Among female names, Emilia, Diana, Miya, Adelina, Olivia and Aurora. These names are in the top 50 in Moscow. Among the boys, there were 10% more Arseniev, Bogdanov, Evgeniev, Robertov, Saveliev and Leonov.40 newborns in Moscow last year), Maria (2171), Anna (2138), Alice (1871), the name Eva (1638) completes the top five. «Alexander is still the most popular male name — 2532 (child registered in 2021 — ed.). This is the most common name for boys in Moscow over the past 20 years. The top five popular male names also included Mikhail — 2373, Maxim — 2305, Lev — 1735, Artem — 1722 and Mark — 1722, «the message says.» In Moscow, 13 boys were born in 2021, who were named Mars, one girl Marceline, three Zeus, a little Muscovite Apollonia, three Kosmos and one Lucius. Five boys were named August, and four girls were named Augustine. Six boys were named Sever and one the name of the girl is Severin. Among the male names, there were Yenisei — five children, Altai — two, and the girl Neva — three, «the message says. the name of the famous football player Messi is Lionel. Also among the unusual female names were Zemfira and Lolita, Mary, Teresa, Malvina, Freya, Delfina, Kosmeya, Ariel, Medea, Muse and Elektra. Moscow parents also call their children double names: Yasna-Lyudmila , Anna Olivia, Luca Pavlo, Mark Federico. There are even triple names, for example, Roman Pierre Eugene. «In 2021, ancient Slavic names were found among boys and girls. Bronislav — 10 (children — ed.), Matthew — 10, Methodius — six, Elizar — seven, Svyatogor — five. .. Lada — 49, Pelageya — 47, Martha — 34, Fevronia — four, Radoslav — five, Blush — one, «is added in the message.
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MOSCOW, February 16 — RIA Novosti. The names Leo and Eva entered the top five most popular baby names in Moscow last year, RIA Novosti was told in the press service of the capital’s Office of the Civil Registry Office.
«The names Eva and Leo became even more popular and entered the top 5. More than 1600 girls were named Eva, more than 1700 boys were named Leo. Compared to last year, parents chose such names for their children 10% more often. In 2020, the name Leo was in seventh place, and now occupies fourth position. The name Eva bypassed Elizaveta and Anastasia in popularity, «said Svetlana Ukhaneva, acting head of the Moscow registry office.
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She also noted that boys were called Mirons by 23% more often, and girls by almost 35% — Yesenias.
Among female names, Emilia, Diana, Mia, Adeline, Olivia and Aurora became approximately 20% more popular. These names are in the top 50 in Moscow. Among boys, there were 10% more Arseniev, Bogdanov, Evgeniev, Robertov, Saveliev and Leonov.
Nevertheless, the press service clarified that for little Muscovites, the most popular names are Sofia, or Sophia (so they called 2940 newborns in Moscow last year), Maria (2171), Anna (2138), Alice (1871), Eva (1638) completes the top five.
Pediatrician told what toys should not be bought for children in Moscow for the last 20 years. The top five popular male names also included Mikhail — 2373, Maxim — 2305, Leo — 1735, Artem — 1722 and Mark — 1722,» the report says.
«In Moscow in 2021, 13 boys were born who were named Mars, one girl Marceline, three Zeus, a little Muscovite Apollonia, three Kosmos and one Lucius. Five boys were named August, and four girls were named Augustine. Six boys were named North and one girl — the name Severin. Among the male names were Yenisei — five children, Altai — two, and the girl Neva — three, «the message says.
It is noted that 12 boys were named after the main character of the cult «Potteriana» — Harry, and six boys were named after the famous football player Messi — Lionel.
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Also among the unusual female names were Zemfira and Lolita, Mary, Teresa, Malvina, Freya, Delfina, Kosmeya, Ariel, Medea, Muse and Electra.
Moscow parents also give their children double names: Yasna-Lyudmila, Anna Olivia, Luka-Pavlo, Mark Federico. There are even triple names, for example, Roman Pierre Eugene.