How popular is the baby name Noah 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 Noah.
Delinah popped up in the baby data twice in the late ’70s, and it was given to a relatively high number of baby girls both times.
1979: unlisted 1978: 21 baby girls named Delinah 1977: 22 baby girls named Delinah [debut] 1976: unlisted
Where did it come from?
Celebrity gossip. Robert Blake was at the peak of his fame while
was on TV, and, during that time, his family was also in the spotlight. In 1977 specifically, Robert and his wife Sondra separated and nearly divorced. The news outlets covering the story were always sure to mention that the couple had two children: Noah (age 12) and Delinah (11). Baretta
Robert and Sondra managed to stay together for another few years, but the marriage finally ended in 1981.
Armstrong, Lois. “ Baretta’s Blake.” People 19 Sept. 1977. Sasso, Joey. “Through Channels.” Garden City Telegram 24 Aug. 1977: 5.
According to the Government of South Australia, the most popular baby names in the state in 2019 were (
again) Charlotte and Oliver.
Here are South Australia’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:
Charlotte, 119 baby girls Ava, 112 Olivia, 103 Grace, 93 Amelia, 86 (tie) Willow, 86 (tie) Isla, 83 Ivy, 79 (tie) Sophie, 79 (tie) Mia, 69
Oliver, 152 baby boys Leo, 106 William, 102 Jack, 101 (tie) Noah, 101 (tie) Henry, 99 Charlie, 94 Oscar, 90 Harvey, 81 (tie) Mason, 81 (tie)
In the girls’ top 10, Ivy replaces Harper.
In the boys’ top 10, Oscar, Harvey and Mason replace Harrison, Lucas and Harry. Notably, Oscar’s usage increased by three dozen baby boys, and Harvey’s usage increased by 20.
Popular Baby Names – Data.SA
According to British Columbia’s Vital Statistics Agency, the most popular baby names in the province in 2019 were
Olivia and Oliver.
Here are British Columbia’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:
Olivia, 263 baby girls Charlotte, 176 Emma, 167 Ava, 153 Sophia, 149 Amelia, 141 Chloe, 137 Mia, 136 Isla, 128 Evelyn and Ella, 122 each (tie)
Oliver, 233 baby boys Liam, 217 Lucas, 216 Ethan, 207 Noah, 200 William, 191 Benjamin, 181 Theodore, 171 Leo, 163 Logan, 156
2018, the top two names were Olivia and Liam.
In the girls’ top 10, Mia, Evelyn and Ella replace Emily and Abigail.
In the boys’ top 10, Theodore replaces James.
Finally, some of the names bestowed just five times each in British Columbia last year include…
Girl names: Anhad, Baani, Constance, Darya, Emberly, Gillian, Haisley, Ila, Jiayi, Kaelyn, Linden, Mina, Niya, Opal, Ravleen, Saanjh, Tayla, Veronika, Wendy, Zaynab Boy names: Arie, Baker, Casper, Douglas, Elon, Garrett, Henri, Israel, Joaquin, Kye, Leonidas, Malek, Navraj, Orson, Reginald, Sajjan, Thatcher, Vladimir, Wilfred, Zoravar
Baby’s Most Chosen Names in British Columbia, 2019
According to data from Statistics Belgium, the country’s most popular baby names in 2019 were
Olivia and Arthur.
Here are Belgium’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:
Olivia, 651 baby girls Emma, 563 Mila, 518 Louise, 515 Alice, 407 Lina, 388 Juliette, 378 Anna, 349 Elena, 347 Lucie, 343
Arthur, 610 baby boys Liam, 575 Louis, 549 Noah, 545 Adam, 504 Jules, 470 Lucas, 451 Victor, 449 Gabriel, 391 Mohamed, 357
In the girls’ top 10, Anna and Lucie replace Marie and Sofia.
The boys’ top 10 includes the same names, but in a different order.
The #1 names within each of Belgium’s three regions were:
Brussels: Nour and Adam Flanders: Olivia and Liam Wallonia: Olivia and Louis
Finally, here are some of the baby names that were given to 5 babies each in Belgium last year.
Rare Girl Names Rare Boy Names Ayliz, Bintou, Cerise, Doja, Elmedina, Fem, Gina, Honorine, Iluna, Jitske, Karlijn, Lilo, Miruna, Nellia, Olga, Puck, Rinad, Sondos, Wissal, Zaya Alperen, Bulut, Chahine, Dastan, Eiden, Furkan, Ghali, Haytham, Ivar, Jarno, Kassim, Lokman, Muaz, Nunzio, Odilon, Pelle, Remco, Sigge, Tidiane, Zias
2018, the top names were Emma and Arthur.
First names for boys and girls | Statbel
According to the government of Sonoma, California, the most popular baby names in the county in 2019 were (
again) Camila and Mateo.
Here are Sonoma’s top 5 girl names and top 5 boy names of 2019:
Camila, 29 baby girls Isabella, 25 Olivia/Sofia (tie), 23 Amelia/Sophia (tie), 22 Charlotte/Mia (tie), 21
Mateo, 32 baby boys Benjamin, 22 Sebastian, 21 Liam, 20 William/Noah/Isaac/Wyatt/Henry (5-way tie), 19
And what about the names bestowed just once in Sonoma in 2019? Here’s a sampling of the unique baby names from the other end of the list:
Unique Girl Names Unique Boy Names Aura, Banjolene, Cordelia, Dalihana, Ender, Finleigh, Grecia, Hazelle, Itabili, Junebelle, Kella, Lumena, Macabiah, Moon, Nizhoni, Ovette, Pemma, Ruriko, Sabine, Sonali, Twyla, Vianna, Waverly, Yamanik, Zaleth Aonyx, Birke, Caius, Dexon, Eerikki, Farrokh, Gustavo, Hezekiah, Itzael, Javid, Juvenal, Kibou, Lylin, Montanez, Nylex, Osher, Philo, Ryuchi, Sune, Taivaleoa’ana, Talizen, Ventura, Wylder, Yago, Zaeryn
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