How popular is the baby name Everlean 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 Everlean.
Ever-names, particularly Everly, are very trendy right now.
In 2019, over 4,750 baby girls were named Everly, making Everly the 43rd most popular girl name in the nation.
And it was trailed in the rankings by a number of variants, including Everleigh (108th), Everlee (377th), Everley, and Everlie. Not to mention Evelyn-influenced forms like Everlyn and Everlynn.
So, when I came upon a group of Ever-names (deep in the SSA data) that hadn’t seen usage in decades, I was very intrigued. Here are the names I found:
They were used primarily in the South during the first half of the 20th century.
Do you think any of these could be revived in the midst of Ever-mania?
I’m currently in Mississippi visiting family. We’ve been driving around a lot, so I’ve had enough downtime to thumb through most of the phone book. Here are some interesting names from the nearby towns of New Augusta, Ovett, Pittman, Poplarville and Purvis:
I’ve also noticed what seems to be a disproportionately high number of Rhondas in these towns and in others. (That’s right–more of this tomorrow! I know you’re excited.)