A classic set of baby names with wildly different trajectories have gathered at a single point. And like any good celestial convergence, this meeting is portentous.
What name has changed? What name has everybody talked about? What name says 2022 to you?
Why did so many parents in the mid-20th-Century choose names like Vicki? A fictional stewardess may point the way.
Is it massive? Is it powerful? How about savage and prepared to wreak havoc? If so, it’s ready to be a baby name—for boys only.
If you’re looking for an elaborate, old-fashioned American name, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve created a master list of all of them.
Baby names have their own star system, and it’s all about sound and style.
Namerology.com often focuses on the dramatic changes in US baby naming. But the name revolution doesn’t stop at the border.
Trends used to be about specific names. Today’s name trends are something different.
America’s top-10 list of popular baby names paints a portrait of cultural continuity. And it’s a lie.
A is for Andrew, B is for Brian, C is for Christopher? Not anymore.