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 Posted: Fri May 11th, 2018 03:18 pm
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Liam topped last year's winner Noah amongst boys.  Michael has dropped out of the top 10 for the first time since 1942, although other traditional names like William and James are holding strong at #3 and #4.

For girls, Emily is #1 for the 4th straight year, followed by Olivia and Ava.

But as far as the biggest trending percentage increases in popularity, it's all unusual names dominating the list.  For boys, Wells, Kairo, Caspian, Nova, Colson, Kace, Kashton, Koa, Gatlin, Bjorn, Juelz, and Reign are the top 12 in exploding popularity.

For girls, it's Ensley, Oaklynn, Dream, Oaklyn (so popular it's spelled 2 different ways), Melania (thanks to the Trump effect), Emberly, Octavia, Paisleigh, Yara, Kehlani, Amora, and Maren.

Who the hell is naming their kids this shit?  Millenials need to be sterilized.   

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Those names look like crosses between the Star Wars Expanded Universe and NXT roster.



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I got my first born son due July 5th. I need a good name. Any suggestions?

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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOva.

(Planet of the Apes reference)

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Qaenos wrote: I got my first born son due July 5th. I need a good name. Any suggestions?
Start with these ideas....
Brandon, Braden, Jordan, Justin

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chrob61 wrote: Qaenos wrote: I got my first born son due July 5th. I need a good name. Any suggestions?
Start with these ideas....
Brandon, Braden, Jordan, Justin

Brandon and Braden were both on my list but they're too trendy and he'd already sound like a douchebag.  Picking a name is not easy, it took me months to find something I was OK with.



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There's two tricks to these special snowflake names. One is to replace any 'C' with a 'K', the other is to replace just about any vowel with a 'Y'. There's a guy at my work who named his son Kamdyn Rykyr.



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Go with a classic - Joseph.
Can’t go wrong with Joe

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Thankful that I was born in 1977 so my parents named me Matthew Michael.

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I am surprised that the girl list doesn't have more stripper-like names.
I always wanted to name my kid something like QWYJZXV just to see the reactions that people would have when trying to read his name. It would be pronounced "Scrabble". Since I wanted my kid to have a somewhat normal life, he was given an ordinary name.
My wife is an elementary school teacher and is amazed at the names that some children have been given. For example, *-la (pronounced Starla). And the liberal use of the "$" sign in the child's official name (Ma$on, $ynthia, etc.).

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Qaenos wrote: I got my first born son due July 5th. I need a good name. Any suggestions?
Dominic

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My grandsons are named Oliver and Cyrus, I like both of those names.

My Granddaughter is named Alythia, not a very common name here in the States but not too unusual in England, or so I have been told.

I like her name, too.



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