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According to the government of Sonoma, California, the most popular baby names in the county in 2017 were Mia and Mateo.
Here are Sonoma’s top 5 girl names and top 5 boy names of 2017:
1. Mia, 33 baby girls
2. Olivia, 32
3. Sophia, 26
4. Charlotte, 19
5. Scarlett, 17
1. Mateo, 34 baby boys
2. Oliver, 25
3. Julian, 23
4. William, 22
5. Sebastian, 21
And here are some of the baby names from the other end of the list. Each of these was bestowed just once in Sonoma in 2017:
|Unique Girl Names||Unique Boy Names|
|Azul Estrella, Bridget, Cardiff, Dottie, Ember, Florence, Gitselle, Hanen, Inii, Jazbel, Kova, Lennica, Mala Solara, Nelle, Opal, Pema, Rumi, Sabina, Tinsel, Vincere, Winslow, Yissel, Zahra||Achilleon, Bremm, Cavendish, Dorsett, Elon, Fynn, Gradius, Hiroki, Ikaikaokalani, Jamokie, Kadessen, Larkin, Mazlo, Norrin, Onkar, Paul, Rhone, Suliano, Toby, Vyndel, Westley, Yoah, Zedrick|
The top names in 2016 were Emma and Mateo.
Source: SoCo Data
According to data from the Gesellschaft für deutsche Sprache (the Association for German Language), the most popular baby names in Germany in 2016 were Sophia/Sofia and Jonas.
Here are the country’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2016:
1. Sophia/Sofia (was 4th)
2. Emma (was 2nd)
3. Hanna/Hannah (same rank)
4. Mia (was 1st)
5. Emilia (was 6th)
6. Anna (was 5th)
7. Mila (same)
8. Lea/Leah (was 8th)
9. Lena (was 10th)
10. Marie (was 11th)
1. Jonas (same rank)
2. Elias (was 8th)
3. Ben (same rank)
4. Leon/Léon (was 5th)
5. Luca/Luka (was 4th)
6. Noah/Noa (was 10th)
7. Paul (was 11th)
8. Louis/Luis (was 6th)
9. Luke/Lucas (was 7th)
10. Finn/Fynn (was 13th)
On the girls’ side, Marie replaces Lina.
On the boys’ side, Paul and Finn/Fynn replace Felix and Maximilian (which dropped from 2nd to 11th).
Here are the Germany’s 2015 rankings, if you’d like to compare.
Source: Ausführliche Auswertung: Die beliebtesten Vornamen 2016
According to data from the Gesellschaft für deutsche Sprache (Association for German Language), the most popular baby names in Germany in 2014 were Hanna/Hannah and Luis/Louis.
Here are the country’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2014:
Last year’s top names were Mia and Ben. On the girls’ list, Lea/Leah replaces Johanna (now ranked 12th). On the boys’ list, Maximilian replaces Finn/Fin/Fynn (now ranked 11th).
Here are the top baby names in Germany for 2013, 2012 and 2010.
UPDATE, 5/7: Replaced the original rankings in this post (which mixed firsts and middles) with the rankings above (which is first names only). Thanks, Diane!
Sources: GfdS (2014), GfdS (2013)
Two unofficial lists of the top baby names in Germany are now out.
According to Knud Bielefeld of the blog Beliebte Vornamen, the most popular baby names last year were Mia and Ben.
According to the Gesellschaft für deutsche Sprache (Association for German Language), though, the most popular baby names last year were Sophie/Sofie and Maximilian.
Here are Bielefeld’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2013:
And here are the GfdS’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2013:
So what’s the difference between these lists? Bielefeld focused on first names only, while the GfdS included all given names (firsts + middles) on the same list.
That said…this year, for the first time, the GfdS issued a two extra mini-lists. One is first names only, the other is middle names only.
Here are their most popular first names (nearly identical to Bielefeld’s list):
And here are their most popular middle names:
If you’d like to see the 2012 lists, here they are: GfdS, Bielefeld.
Sources: Ben and Mia – Germany’s top baby names, Die beliebtesten Vornamen 2013