How popular is the baby name Darya 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 Darya.
What’s the latest on baby names in Russia?
In 2011, the top three baby girl names in Russia were Anastasia, Maria and Darya
The top three baby boy names were Alexander, Maxim and Dmitry.
Non-Russian names have gained a foothold:
There were 173 Emilies, 77 Angelicas and 362 Angelinas born in Moscow in 2011 — names foreign-sounding in Russian — the ITAR-TASS news agency reported.
And political names are all but extinct:
Gone are the days of relying on politically correct ideology to choose children’s names — like “Myuda,” after International Youth Day, or “Perkosrak,” translated as “first space rocket.”
Source: Russian baby names go international
Ukraine’s Minister of Justice recently announced the most popular baby names in Ukraine for the first half of 2010 were Anastasia and Maksym.
I can’t give you proper rankings (because they weren’t included in the press release, oddly) but here are the other baby names that were mentioned:
Sources: The most popular names in Ukraine were Anastasia and Maxim, Most popular baby names in Ukraine