How popular is the baby name Amelia in the United States right now? How popular was it historically? Find out using the graph below! Plus, check out all the blog posts that mention the name Amelia.
According to Cabin Radio, the most popular* baby names in the Canadian territory of Northwest Territories in 2019 were Zoey and Elias/John/Joseph/Michael (4-way tie).
Here are Northwest Territories’ top girl names and top boy names of 2019:
- Zoey (4 girls)
- Emily, Hazel, Kinsley, Lily (3 girls each)
- Adeline, Alexandra, Amelia, Anastasia, Ashley, Aurora, Blair, Edie, Ella, Evelyn, Everly, Helena, Josie, Lexie, Lilah, Madeline, Madison, Miley, Myla, Nevaeh, Neve, Ruby, Ruth, Sadie, Serenity, Sofia, Sophie, Victoria, Willa (2 girls each)
- Elias, John, Joseph, Michael (3 boys each)
- Aiden, Benjamin, Bodhi, Carter, Charles, David, Dominic, Dylan, Edward, Elliott, Felix, Hudson, Iverson, Jack, Jeremiah, Jimmy, Jonah, Joshua, Lennox, Levi, Mackenzie, Maverick, Nate, Nathan, Nicholas, Noah, Riel, Theo, Timothy, Walker, Wesley (2 boys each)
In 2018, the top names in NWT were Carter, John, Olivia, and Peyton (with 4 babies each). In 2015, the top names were Abigail and Liam. And in 2020, the very first baby born in NWT was named Axel.
Sources: Zoey is the NWT’s most popular baby name of 2019, The NWT’s top baby names of 2018
*These rankings only cover NWT births through early December.
According to Western Australia’s Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, the most popular baby names in Western Australia in 2019 were Olivia and Jack.
Here are WA’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:
- Olivia, 190 baby girls
- Isla, 186
- Charlotte, 175
- Ava, 171
- Amelia, 160
- Grace, 146
- Mia, 143
- Harper, 137
- Ella, 124
- Lucy, 118
- Jack, 228 baby boys
- Noah, 218
- Oliver, 209
- Lucas, 181
- Leo, 160
- James, 156
- William, 149
- Thomas, 148
- Mason, 143
- Charlie, 137
In the girls’ top 10, Ella and Lucy replace Chloe, Willow and Zoe. (Lucy rose to 10th all the way from 21st.) In the boys’ top 10, Mason replaces Ethan and Logan.
The girls’ top 50 includes Poppy, Bonnie, and Eloise; the boys’ top 50 includes Harvey, Kai, and Jasper.
Finally, in 2018, the top names were Ava/Charlotte and Oliver.
Sources: Olivia and Jack top the list as WA’s most popular baby names revealed, Popular Baby Names – DOJ – Govt of Western Australia
According to Idaho Vital Statistics, the most popular baby names in the state in 2018 were Olivia and Liam.
Here are Idaho’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2018:
- Olivia, 107 baby girls
- Emma, 92
- Harper, 88
- Charlotte, 83
- Evelyn, 82
- Amelia, 77
- Hazel, 62
- Ava, 60
- Abigail, 58
- Lily, 56 (tied with #11, Sophia)
- Liam, 127 baby boys
- Oliver, 114
- William, 93
- Hudson, 83 (tie)
- Henry, 83 (tie)
- James, 82
- Owen, 79
- Jackson, 78
- Wyatt, 77
- Lincoln, 75
In the girls’ top 10, Hazel and Lily replace Elizabeth and (technically) Sophia.
In the boys’ top 10, Hudson, Owen, and Wyatt replace Samuel, Mason, and Logan. Notably, Hudson didn’t even make Idaho’s top 25 in 2017.
Speaking of 2017…the top two names that year were Emma and Oliver.
And now, some of Idaho’s unusual baby names:
|Unique Girl Names||Unique Boy Names|
|Amerikis, Anomaly, Aquamarine, Atlyss, Azkadealliya, Buttercup, Cansas, Ellexy, Gift, Glacier-Dawn, Ingeborg, Jonnacie, Kc, Livingston, Naivee, Netanya, Neverr, Onnicka, Phynixx, Reminatrix, Silentbird, Stormageddon, Sufia, Violetjade, Yggdrasil||Anarchy, Banx, Bekan, Boss, Combat, Derexx, Geremi, Given, Gnash, Grizzly, Jj, Jrue, Krush, Lighten, Lukasza, Prentiss, Rhun, Skeigh, Thackery, Timber, Trynitee, Tytanium, Ugutz, Wisely|
Possible explanations/associations for a couple of the above:
Source: Annual Reports – Idaho Vital Statistics
According to Jersey’s Superintendent Registrar, the most popular baby names on the island of Jersey in 2019 were Olivia and Oliver.
Here are Jersey’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:
Curiously, Sienna and Leo — the top names of 2018 — did not make either top-ten list in 2019.
A total of 880 babies were born on the island in 2019.
Sources: Lowest number of births since 1982, Jersey’s Most Popular Baby Names Revealed