How popular is the baby name Babygirl in the United States right now? How popular was it historically? Find out using the graph below! Plus, see baby names similar to Babygirl and check out all the blog posts that mention the name Babygirl.

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Popularity of the Baby Name Babygirl

Number of Babies Named Babygirl

Born in the U.S. Since 1880

Posts that Mention the Name Babygirl

Popular First Letters for Baby Names in 2009

What were the most and least popular first letters for baby names in 2009? The big winner was A, the big loser was U.

A-names accounted for over 12.3% of the baby names registered last year, while U-names accounted for less than .2%.

Most popular to least popular first letters for baby names in the U.S. for 2009 (bar graph).
A-, J- and K-names went to over 31% of 2009’s babies. U-, X- and Q-names, on the other hand, were given to less than 1%.

The most popular first letters for baby girls was also A, by a long shot. About 15% of girls got an A-name.

Most popular to least popular first letters for baby girl names in the U.S. in 2009 (pie chart).
Second and third place were M and K, both over 9%. Fourth and fifth were J (over 8%) and S (over 7%). These five letters accounted for close to 50% of all the girl names given last year.

The most popular first letters for baby boys was J. Over 11% of boys got a J-name.

Most popular to least popular first letters for baby boy names in the U.S. for 2009 (pie chart).

Second and third place went to A and K, both over 9%. Next were D (over 7%), T and M (both over 6%). These six letters accounted for more than 50% of all the boy names given last year.

[My sample included the names of 1,814,929 baby girls and 1,958,848 baby boys born in the U.S. in 2009. I excluded non-names like Baby, Babyboy, Babygirl, Unknown and Unnamed from the calculations. All data came from the SSA.]

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