How popular is the baby name Envy in the United States right now? How popular was it historically? Find out using the graph below! Plus, see baby names similar to Envy and check out all the blog posts that mention the name Envy.
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Here are some of the baby names that didn’t make the cut: Aristotle, Artist, Boss, Brave, Couture, Czar, Dandy, Emperor, Fancy, Fantasy, Great, Hercules, Legacy, Ninja, Peerless, Pride, Pristine, Ritzy, Romeo, Royalty, Sassy.
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We all know that brand names are being used more and more often as baby names, and that brands associated with luxury or high status (e.g. Bentley, Tiffany) are particularly enticing to expectant parents.
So it’s not too surprising that there are a lot of people out there named after designer fragrances–women’s perfumes in particular, but men’s colognes and unisex fragrances as well. Here are three dozen examples:
1995: Natori perfume introduced by Avon.
1995: The baby name Natori debuted on the SSA’s baby name list.
…And I’m sure that’s not all. Other fragrance names are harder to figure out, though. For instance, the names below were surely given a boost by fragrance, but they also appeared in the SSA data before their corresponding fragrances were introduced: