Looking for 13-letter boy names? Here are the most common 13-letter boy names in the United States.
These are what you might call “modern American names” in that each of these has appeared at least once in the U.S. Social Security Administration’s national baby name dataset. To be included in the dataset, a name needs to have been given to least five U.S. babies (of one gender or the other) within a single year.
Click on a name to see its popularity graph, data table, and every single blog post that mentions it.
To check out boy names of other lengths, visit the boy names directory page.
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