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

The graph will take a few seconds to load, thanks for your patience. (Don't worry, it shouldn't take nine months.) If it's taking too long, try reloading the page.


Popularity of the Baby Name Evoleth

Number of Babies Named Evoleth

Born in the U.S. Since 1880

Posts that Mention the Name Evoleth

Cavewoman Baby Names – Evolet and Ayla

Believe it or not, both these baby names were given a boost by cavewomen. (Fictional ones, of course!)

Evolet

The name Evolet appeared on the Social Security Administration’s baby name list for the very first time in 2008, thanks to the movie 10,000 BC (2008), which featured Camilla Belle as cavewoman Evolet [EHV-oh-let].

  • 2008 – 82 baby girls named Evolet (11 Evolette, 8 Evolett, 5 Evoleth)
  • 2009 – 130 baby girls named Evolet (29 Evoleth, 15 Evolett, 14 Evolette)
  • 2010 – 95 baby girls named Evolet (17 Evoleth, 16 Evolette, 15 Evolett, 7 Evoleht)

Ayla

The number of babies named Ayla, already on the rise in the 1980s, jumped in 1987 thanks to the movie The Clan of the Cave Bear (1986), which featured Daryl Hannah as cavewoman Ayla.

  • 1982 – 13 baby girls named Ayla
  • 1983 – 38 baby girls named Ayla
  • 1984 – 41 baby girls named Ayla
  • 1985 – 46 baby girls named Ayla
  • 1986 – 93 baby girls named Ayla
  • 1987 – 329 baby girls named Ayla
  • 1988 – 266 baby girls named Ayla
  • 1989 – 225 baby girls named Ayla

A couple of decades later, American Idol contestant Ayla Brown gave the name an even bigger boost (413 babies in 2005 to 1,231 babies in 2006–an increase of almost 300%).

Which name do you prefer, Evolet or Ayla?