How popular is the baby name Coyote 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 Coyote.
According to the Sonoma County site SoCo Data, the most popular baby names in 2016 were Emma and and Mateo.
Here are the county’s top 5 girl names and top 5 boy names of 2016:
1. Emma, 34 baby girls
2. Sophia, 28
3. Olivia, 27
4. Isabella, 23
5. Ava and Sofia, 21 (2-way tie)
1. Mateo, 35 baby boys
2. Sebastian and William, 26 (2-way tie)
3. Benjamin, 24
4. David and Lucas, 23 (2-way tie)
5. Jayden, 21
The top names in
2015 were a pair of ties: Ava & Olivia and Mateo & Daniel.
And, currently, the top names of 2017 are Mia and Mateo. (The dataset was last updated on October 2.)
Finally, here are some of the baby names that were bestowed just once in Sonoma in 2016:
Unique Girl Names
Unique Boy Names
Amerabelle, Atlantis, Bleena, Calandra, Dallary, Diosa, Evaluna, Happy, Ivoryana, Jerusha, Kessley, Liliokalani, Maridahlia, Nabella, Parmys, Ravellen, Seva, Tajalli, Tusita, Velisse, Yadzell, Zemyna, Zyla
Aeson, Ayris, Baxley, Cassius Clyde, Caulder, Coyote, Dorlan, Fling, Helio, Jaxper, Jenry, Kavari, Knoxville, Kolinio, Macario, Mountain, Nasric, Nyan, Olavio, Rigel, Rorik, Sonnen, Xompakh, Yolotli, Zaqarry
Idaho’s most popular baby names of 2012 were announced a year and a half late, as usual.
According to the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the state’s top names two years ago were
Sophia for girls and Liam for boys.
Here are Idaho’s top 25 girl names and top 25 boy names of 2012:
Baby Girl Names
Baby Boy Names
1. Sophia (115 baby girls)
2. Olivia (113)
3. Emma (100)
4. Ava (79)
5. Abigail (76)
6. Elizabeth (71)
7. Chloe (69)
8. Emily (62) – tie
9. Zoey (62) – tie
10. Brooklyn (61)
11. Hannah* (60)
12. Madison (57)
13. Ella (56) – tie
14. Isabella (56) – tie
15. Lily (56) – tie
16. Avery (54)
17. Grace (51)
18. Amelia (50) – tie
19. Evelyn (50) – tie
20. Hailey* (48)
21. Ellie (46) – tie
22. Natalie (46) – tie
23. Charlotte* (45) – tie
24. Paisley* (45) – tie
25. Addison (44)
1. Liam (133 baby boys)
2. William (94)
3. Mason (81)
4. Jacob (79)
5. Michael* (78) – tie
6. Samuel (78) – tie
7. Wyatt (77)
8. Logan (76)
9. Ethan (75)
10. Carter (73)
11. Hunter (72)
12. Aiden (71)
13. Benjamin (69) – tie
14. Jackson (69) – tie
15. Gabriel (68)
16. Andrew (67)
17. Henry* (66) – tie
18. Noah (66) – tie
19. Cooper* (65) – tie
20. Elijah (65) – tie
21. David* (64)
22. Isaac (63)
23. Alexander* (57) – tie
24. Jayden (57) – tie
25. Joseph* (57) – tie
26. Owen (57) – tie
*New to the top 25 since 2011.
Idaho’s annual report also includes a section called “Selected Unique Baby Names, Yewneek Baybee Spellings,” which is rather awesome.
Here are the handpicked oddballs of 2012:
Unique Girl Names
Unique Boy Names
Alixathymia, Aunastasha, Beloved, Blessing, Britannica, Burdyn, Challyss, Echkoe, Exodus, Harlequinn, Idalyz, Killary, Lulubell, Lyrica, Mercy, Miracle, Mystic, Noble, Oasis, Pearadice, Savvy, Secret, Sunshyne, Theory, Versailles
Adamant, Arsin, Awesome, Cactus, Captain, Chipper, Cross, Denym, Dually, Dynamic, Falchion, Glacier, Kasteel, Kazys, Krozlee, Lock, Mehdiullah, Mogley, Natavious, Nyte, Peregrin, Pilot, Torque, Truce, Wild
Alixathymia – Part name, part medical condition.
Adamant – Synonym for stubborn. Or an Adam Ant reference. Or both.
Burdyn – “Burden”? Really?
Cactus – A nature name I’ve never seen before.
Dually – Rosamund Pike should pick this for kid #2. (Her firstborn is “Solo.”)
Falchion – A type of sword. (Do they talk about falchions on
Game of Thrones?) Glacier – There’s a
Glacier in Quebec as well. Killary – This would make a great roller derby name! So would Hellga the
American Gladiator name. Truce – Nice to see a name that promotes cooperation/peace instead of conflict/anger (like
Rebel, Fury, Rage, Rowdy, Savage, and so on). Truce reminds me of Armistice. Speaking of armistice… Versailles – It’s a pretty word, but what percentage of Americans can spell it correctly? Or even pronounce it?
And, since I never wrote about the Idaho baby names of 2011, I’ll throw in the unique names from that year as well:
Unique Girl Names (2011)
Unique Boy Names (2011)
Asma, Ajla, Bandana, Birdie, Candelaria, Cinderella, Courage, Disney-Gin, Elphaba, Jerzi, Kaymin, Khryztale, Kyraeveryn, November, Rainbow, Rockee, Rogue, Ropeer, Satchel, Soliscity, Temperenz, Thunder, Trypzee, Winter, Xxoie
Adakiss, Aegis Orion, Beauxdarin, Bluesky, Cinch, Coyote, Dagr, Deevo,
Diggory, Doc, Eighthin, Flint, Gator, General, Iron, Jayger, John-Wayne, Khryztian, Maverik, Pistol, Pragedis, Rifle, Riot, Slate, Wilderness
Adakiss – Not quite as bad as
Addtakizz. Dagr, Pistol, Rifle, Riot – More weaponry & violence. Lovely.
Deevo – Inspired by Devo? Perhaps. Two references to ’80s music in a single post? Yup.
You must whip it…
Finally, here are earlier lists of
Idaho’s unique baby names (2006 through 2010).
Vital Statistics Annual Report
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution recently compiled several
lists of unusual baby names using birth records from the Georgia Department of Human Resources (covering January 1990 through July 2007).
Here are some highlights:
Animal names: Badger, Coyote, Jerboa, Manatee, Peacock, Stallion
Car names: Civic, Dodge, Elantra, Scion, Tiburon, Toyota
City names: Cambridge, Kyoto, Madrid, Montreal, Sacramento, Zurich
Country names: Belgium, Ethiopia, Gibraltar, Iceland, Seychelles, Vatican
Food names: Cola, Dextrose, Dijon, Kiwi, Nacho, Teriyaki
Occupation names: Attorney, Butcher, Guitarist, Messenger, Spy, Writer
Trademark names: Dasani, Exxon, L’Oreal, McAfee, Nokia, Toshiba
The one I liked best of all was
Teflon…for the non-stick baby, of course.
There were also many alcohol-related names, such as Bacardi, Chianti, Courvoisier, Michelob, Sangria, Tequila and Tanqueray.