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Popularity of the Baby Name Jermaine

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Biggest Baby Name Debuts of All Time: Boys, 40 to 31

biggest baby name debuts of all time, boy names, 40 to 31

Here’s the second installment of top baby boy name debuts.

From 40 to 31:

Dvante, Raekwon & Savion, 3-way tie for #40

  • Dvante debuted with 39 baby boys in 1992.
    Inspired by singer DeVante Swing, a member of Jodeci.
  • Raekwon debuted with 39 baby boys in 1994.
    Inspired by rapper Raekwon, a member of the Wu-Tang Clan.
  • Savion debuted with 39 baby boys in 1989.
    Inspired by dancer Savion Glover.

Devanta, #39

  • Devanta debuted with 41 baby boys in 1992.
    Inspired by DeVante Swing as well.

Jamaine, #38

  • Jamaine debuted with 42 baby boys in 1971.
    Inspired by singer Jermaine Jackson, a member of The Jackson 5.

Cross & Toma, 2-way tie for #37

  • Cross debuted with 43 baby boys in 1997.
    I’m not sure what inspired it. Inspired by Alex Cross, a character in the movie Kiss the Girls.
  • Toma debuted with 43 baby boys in 1973.
    Inspired by David Toma, a character on the TV show “Toma.”

Kristoph & Yohance, 2-way tie for #36

Quayshawn, #35

  • Quayshawn debuted with 45 baby boys in 1991.
    Inspired by rapper Quayshaun.

Jencarlos, #34

  • Jancarlos debuted with 46 baby boys in 2009.
    Inspired by singer Jencarlos Canela.

Jemal, #33

  • Jemal debuted with 47 baby boys in 1968.
    Inspired by Jemal David, a character on the TV western “The Outcasts.”

Eder, Jayceon & Nikia, 3-way tie for #32

  • Eder debuted with 48 baby boys in 1982.
    Inspired by soccer player Éder Aleixo de Assis.
  • Jayceon debuted with 48 baby boys in 2005.
    Inspired by rapper The Game (born Jayceon Taylor).
  • Nikia debuted with 48 baby boys in 1974.
    Inspired by Nakia Parker, a character on the TV movie/show “Nakia.”

Trayvond, #31

  • Trayvond debuted with 49 baby boys in 1994.
    I’m not sure what inspired it. (Looks like it’s a variant of Trayvon, but that’s as far as I’ve gotten.)

Do you have any thoughts on Trayvond/Trayvon or Cross?

*The Top 50 Baby Name Debuts for Boys: 50-41, 40-31, 30-21, 20-11, 10-1*


Top 10 Celebrity Baby Names – Apple, Pilot, Jermajesty

A disappointing list of the “top ten most creative celebrity baby names so far” was released yesterday by OK! Magazine:

  1. Jermajesty – Jermaine Jackson’s son
  2. Sage Moonblood – Sylvester Stallone’s son
  3. Weston Coppola – Nicolas Cage’s son
  4. Pilot Inspektor- Jason Lee’s son
  5. Apple – Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter
  6. Sunday Rose – Nicole Kidman’s daughter
  7. Shiloh – Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s daughter
  8. Brooklyn – Victoria and David Beckham’s son
  9. Suri Cruise – Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise’s daughter
  10. Kingston – Gwen Stefani’s son

Come on…Sage, Weston, Brooklyn and Kingston are normal nowadays. If they were going for creativity, their list should have looked more like:

  1. Pilot Inspektor – Jason Lee’s son
  2. Speck Wildhorse – John Mellencamp’s son
  3. Moxie Crimefighter – Penn Jillette’s daughter
  4. Audio Science – Shannyn Sossamon’s son
  5. Peanut Kai – Ingo Rademacher’s son
  6. Apple – Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter
  7. Dweezil – Frank Zappa’s son
  8. Kal-El – Nicolas Cage’s son
  9. Seven Sirius – Erykah Badu’s son
  10. Jermajesty – Jermaine Jackson’s son

Which celebrity baby name is the most “creative,” in your opinion? (And don’t limit yourself to the name listed here–there are dozens of other good ones out there…)