How popular is the baby name Ava 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 Ava.
According to the Vital Statistics Office at Service New Brunswick, the most popular baby names in the province last year were Olivia and Liam.
Here are New Brunswick’s top 10+ girl names and top 10 boy names of 2020:
These preliminary rankings were published on the last day of 2020. I’m not sure how much of the year they cover, but the press release mentioned that they account for “1,026 different names given to boys and 1,174 different names given to girls.”
In 2019, the top two names were Olivia and William. (I didn’t blog about the 2019 rankings, but I did post the 2018 rankings.)
Source: New Brunswick’s birth numbers and top baby names for 2020
According to Nova Scotia’s Registry of Vital Statistics, the most popular baby names in the province in 2020 were Olivia and Oliver.
Here are Nova Scotia’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2020:
- Olivia, 54 baby girls
- Charlotte, 41
- Ivy, 37
- Ava, 36
- Nora, 33
- Amelia, 30
- Sophie, 28
- Evelyn, 27 [3-way tie]
- Isla, 27 [3-way tie]
- Sophia, 27 [3-way tie]
- Oliver, 56 baby boys
- Benjamin, 48 [tie]
- William, 48 [tie]
- Jack, 47
- Levi, 41 [tie]
- Noah, 41 [tie]
- Henry, 35
- Liam, 33 [tie]
- Owen, 33 [tie]
- Luke, 32
These 2020 rankings are based on provisional data covering the year up to December 29th; by that time, Nova Scotia had 6,856 registered births.
In 2019, the top two names were Charlotte and Jack. (I didn’t blog about the 2019 rankings, but I did post the 2018 rankings.)
Finally, here’s an interesting fact: “The province began formally registering births in 1864.” That year, the top names were (predictably) Mary and John.
Source: O baby! Here are Nova Scotia’s top names for 2020
According to New York City’s Department of Health, the most popular baby names in the city in 2019 were Emma and Liam.
Here are New York City’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:
- Emma, 497 baby girls
- Liam, 764 baby boys
How do these rankings compare to the 2019 rankings for New York state*?
- The top girl name state-wide was Olivia, not Emma.
- The top boy name was Liam for both regions.
- In the state, the girls’ top 10 didn’t include Chloe, but did include Emily.
- In the state, the boys’ top 10 didn’t include Aiden, Daniel, or David, but did include Joseph, James, and Alexander.
And how do they compare to the 2018 rankings for NYC?
- The top two names, Emma and Liam, were the same both years. (Also in 2017.)
- In 2019, Charlotte replaced Sarah in the girls’ top 10.
- In 2019, Michael replaced Alexander in the boys’ top 10.
Source: Oh Baby! The Names Emma and Liam Are Tops for Tots in 2019 – NYC Health
*New York state data provided by the SSA.
According to eHealth Saskatchewan, the most popular baby names in the province last year were (again) Olivia and Liam.
Here are Saskatchewan’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:
- Olivia, 62 baby girls
- Amelia, 55
- Sophia, 50
- Harper, 47
- Ava, 45
- Emma, 44
- Ella, 38
- Ellie, 36 (tie)
- Emily, 36 (tie)
- Aria, 35 (3-way tie)
- Brielle, 35 (3-way tie)
- Charlotte, 35 (3-way tie)
- Liam, 91 baby boys
- Noah, 61 (tie)
- William, 61 (tie)
- Jack, 56
- Benjamin, 47 (tie)
- Emmett, 47 (tie)
- Owen, 46
- Lucas, 45 (tie)
- Theodore, 45 (tie)
- Logan, 42
In the girls’ top 10, Amelia, Ellie, Aria and Brielle replace Lily and Scarlett.
In the boys’ top 10, William, Emmett, Owen, Lucas and Theodore replace Oliver, Jacob, Lincoln, James, and Hudson.
Source: Open Data and Public Reporting – eHealth Saskatchewan
According to Manitoba’s Vital Statistics Agency, the most popular baby names in the province last year were Olivia and Liam.
Here are Manitoba’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:
In the girls’ top 10, Hannah, Emma, and Avery replace Chloe, Isabella and Sophie.
In the boys’ top 10, James, Oliver and Carter replace Logan, Jacob, and Alexander.
In 2018, the top two names were Olivia and Liam. (My 2018 post for Manitoba ranks Lucas/Luke first for boys because it was based upon provisional data.)
Sources: Annual Report – Manitoba Vital Statistics Agency, 2019-2020 VSA Annual Report (PDF)