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Popularity of the Baby Name Martina


Posts that Mention the Name Martina

Popular Baby Names on the Balearic Islands, 2019

According to IBESTAT, the most popular baby names on the Balearic Islands two years ago were Julia and Marc.

(The Balearic Islands are part of Spain. We’ve already seen Spain’s rankings for 2019 and 2020, but I thought this deserved its own post because there’s an island-by-island breakdown.)

Here are the Balearic Islands’ top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:

Girl Names

  1. Julia, 93 baby girls
  2. Emma, 89
  3. Martina, 77
  4. Sofia, 75
  5. Paula, 72
  6. Lucia, 69
  7. Maria, 60
  8. Laia, 52
  9. Lara, 50
  10. Carla, 48

Boy Names

  1. Marc, 136 baby boys
  2. Hugo, 70
  3. Lucas, 65
  4. Leo, 60
  5. Pau, 58
  6. Alejandro, 54
  7. Mateo, 48
  8. Marti, 47
  9. Daniel, 45
  10. Joan, 44

Girl names within the top 100 include…

  • Aina – Catalan form of Anna
  • Ainara – a form of Enara, Basque for “swallow” (the bird)
  • Ainhoa – from the name of the town of Ainhoa in France
  • Aitana – from the name of the Aitana mountain range in Spain
  • Margalida – related to Margaret
  • Triana – from the name of the neighborhood of Triana in Seville

Boy names within the top 100 include…

  • Izan – a modern Spanish form of Ethan
  • Adria – Catalan form of Adrian
  • Jordi – Catalan form of George
  • Iker – Basque for “visitation”
  • Biel – Catalan short form of Gabriel
  • Unai – Basque for “cowherd”

Finally, here are the most popular baby names by island:

Island% total pop.Top girl nameTop boy name
Mallorca (say mai-OR-kah)80%Emma/Juila (tie)Marc
Menorca9%ClaudiaLucas
Eivissa (a.k.a. Ibiza)11%Mia/Sofia (tie)Mateo
Formentera1%Mar/Martina (tie)Leo

The last time I posted about the Balearic Islands, in 2013, the top two names were Maria and Marc.

Source: Nombres más frecuentes – Ibestat, Balearic Islands – Wikipedia, Behind the Name

Popular Baby Names in Spain, 2020

According to Spain’s Instituto Nacional de Estadistica (INE), the most popular baby names in the country last year were Lucia and Hugo.

Here are Spain’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2020:

Girl Names

  1. Lucia, 3,432 baby girls
  2. Sofia, 3,190
  3. Martina, 3,042
  4. Maria, 2,839
  5. Julia, 2,436
  6. Paula, 2,201
  7. Valeria, 2,167
  8. Emma, 2,119
  9. Daniela, 2,015
  10. Carla, 1,831

Boy Names

  1. Hugo, 3,313 baby boys
  2. Mateo, 3,248
  3. Martin, 3,144
  4. Lucas, 3,024
  5. Leo, 2,823
  6. Daniel, 2,592
  7. Alejandro, 2,525
  8. Manuel, 2,411
  9. Pablo, 2,400
  10. Alvaro, 2,070

In the girls’ top 10, Carla replaced Alba.

The boys’ top 10 includes the same 10 names, but in a different order.

In 2019, the top names were also Lucia and Hugo.

Source: Apellidos y nombres más frecuentes – INEbase

Popular Baby Names in Spain, 2019

According to Spain’s Instituto Nacional de Estadistica, the most popular baby names in the country in 2019 were (again) Lucia and Hugo.

Here are Spain’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:

Girl Names

  1. Lucia, 3,621 baby girls
  2. Sofia, 3,505
  3. Martina, 3,172
  4. Maria, 3,165
  5. Julia, 2,600
  6. Paula, 2,498
  7. Emma, 2,362
  8. Daniela, 2,315
  9. Valeria, 2,248
  10. Alba, 2,097

Boy Names

  1. Hugo, 3,536 baby boys
  2. Martin, 3,256
  3. Lucas, 3,185
  4. Mateo, 3,160
  5. Leo, 2,960
  6. Daniel, 2,958
  7. Alejandro, 2,937
  8. Pablo, 2,868
  9. Manuel, 2,460
  10. Alvaro, 2,279

Both top 10 lists include the same 10 names as the year before, but in a different order.

The top names in the Basque Country specifically were Ane and Markel. (Ane is a form of Anna, whereas Markel comes from the Roman name Martialis.)

And did you know that Spain has two autonomous cities on the coast of Africa? They’re Melilla and Ceuta. The top names in Melilla were Amira/Nour (tie) and Mohamed, while the top names in Ceuta were Yasmin and Amir/Mohamed (tie).

Sources: First name of newborns – INEbase, Markel – Behind the Name

Popular Baby Names in Italy, 2018

According to Italy’s Istituto Nazionale di Statistica, the most popular baby names in the country in 2018 were Sofia and Leonardo.

Here are Italy’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2018:

Girl Names

  1. Sofia, 6,400 baby girls
  2. Giulia, 5,917
  3. Aurora, 5,862
  4. Alice, 3,741
    • The Italian pronunciation is a-LEE-cheh (as opposed to AL-iss in English).
  5. Ginevra, 3,688
  6. Emma, 3,481
  7. Giorgia, 3,251
  8. Greta, 3,043
  9. Beatrice, 3,030
  10. Anna, 2,762

Boy Names

  1. Leonardo, 7,690 baby boys
  2. Francesco, 6,519
  3. Alessandro, 5,660
  4. Lorenzo, 5,566
  5. Mattia, 5,474
  6. Andrea, 5,016
  7. Gabriele, 4,721
  8. Riccardo, 4,456
  9. Tommaso, 4,181
  10. Edoardo, 3,776

In the girls’ top 10, Anna replaced Martina.

In the boys’ top 10, Edoardo replaced Matteo.

In 2017, the top names were Sofia and Francesco.

Source: How Many Babies Are Named…? (Istat)

Popular Baby Names in Spain, 2018

According to Spain’s Instituto Nacional de Estadistica, the most popular baby names in the country in 2018 were Lucia and Hugo.

Here are Spain’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2018:

Girl Names

  1. Lucia, 4,004 baby girls
  2. Sofia, 3,701
  3. Martina, 3,534
  4. Maria, 3,533
  5. Paula, 2,847
  6. Julia, 2,738
  7. Emma, 2,623
  8. Valeria, 2,520
  9. Daniela, 2,503
  10. Alba, 2,350

Boy Names

  1. Hugo, 3,800 baby boys
  2. Lucas, 3,617
  3. Martin, 3,332
  4. Daniel, 3,223
  5. Pablo, 3,139
  6. Mateo, 3,100
  7. Alejandro, 3,000
  8. Leo, 2,651
  9. Alvaro, 2,495
  10. Manuel, 2,476

In the boys’ top 10, Leo replaced Adrian.

The girls’ top 10 includes the same names, but in a different order.

In 2017, the top names were Lucia and Lucas.

Source: What is the frequency of a first name of newborns? – INEbase