Top Baby Names in Alberta, 2007

Last year, the Canadian province of Alberta saw a record number of births: 48,589 babies overall (24,748 boys and 23,841 girls). The baby girls shared a total of 6,440 names, and the baby boys shared a total of 5,134.

Here are the top ten baby names, per gender, of 2007:

Girl Names

  1. Ava
  2. Emma
  3. Emily
  4. Olivia
  5. Sarah
  6. Hannah
  7. Madison
  8. Abigail
  9. Sophia
  10. Hailey

Boy Names

  1. Ethan
  2. Jacob
  3. Logan
  4. Noah
  5. Joshua
  6. Owen
  7. Alexander
  8. Liam
  9. Matthew
  10. Nathan

And here are a few examples of some of the more unusual ones:

Unusual Girl NamesUnusual Boy Names
Arooj, Aruba, Aunesty, Balroop, Birsvtar, Butterfly, Chaos, Charlemagne, Coltanna, DaKayDa, Dinela-Al-aaridhy, Eckoe, Ellexis, Ervasu, Emma-Star-Ulaniq, Fhea, Frishta, God’s, Gulnoro, Halo, Hargunn, Hoodo, Ippitha, Isabeau, Jedhi, Jessence, Jurnee, Kalifornia, Kappy, Kawther, Legacy, Lexxannah, Lutfia, Manning, Million, Mlak, Morningstar, Nigma, Nonsikelglo, Nyater, October-Rose, Oluwapamilerinayo, Poet, Primnutcha, Proudfeather, Raynebow-Roze, RocRock, Roohee, Saturday, Scotia, Shgan, Thistle, Tsz, Tutu, Upulitha, Vhinarenz, Vong, Wes-Leigh, Whisper, Xyrhl, Yuk, Zamber, ZamzamAbdulmoaeez, Ambiious, Atlas, Bienvenito, Blue-Quill, Bluesky, Chancellor, Courage, Cowboy, Decland, Ding, Elilei, Ewuak, Felony, Frandon, Furious, Gatmandong, Gatwich, Gix, Goon, Hush, Husky, Inderveer, Izic, Jackpine, Johnavon, Jwad, Keeper, Koosha, Kyyus, Little, Lovemore, Loyal, Manchester, Mawt, Midnite, Milwaukee, Nahom-Tesfagabr, Nilton, Ntita, Obsidian-Angel, Ozarius, Papa-Kwamina, Preetinder, Pthaylo, Rainbow, Ripkin, Ryott, Slim, Smeet, SyliceVirgil, Thandolwenkosi, TiRay, Utah, Ved, Vutha, Watthajak, Wrigley, Xnox, Yat, Zaylex, Zedric, Zero

Source: Service Alberta

P.S. Thanks, Sandra!

2 thoughts on “Top Baby Names in Alberta, 2007

  1. I just recently moved to Alberta, so this is very interesting to read! For non-Canadians, Alberta has a large Mormon population as well as a growing African immigrant population, which might explain some of the names (like Utah and Oluwapamilerinayo respectively.)

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