How popular is the baby name Oliver 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 Oliver.
According Prince Edward Island’s Vital Statistics office, the most popular baby names on the island in 2020 were
Nora/ Charlotte (tie) and Hudson.
Here are PEI’s top girl names and top boy names of 2020:
Nora, Charlotte (tie), 8 baby girls Amelia, Claire, Madison, Olivia, Scarlett (5-way tie), 6 Chloe, Abigail, Avery, Isabelle (4-way tie), 5
Hudson, 10 baby boys Liam, 9 Owen, Henry, Charlie (3-way tie), 8 Oliver, Emmett, Jackson, John, William, Wyatt (6-way tie), 7
These rankings are based on provisional data covering the year up to December 21st. (By that date, 608 baby girls and 616 baby boys had been born.)
2019, the top two names were Sophie and Liam.
Here are P.E.I.’s top baby names of 2020
According to the government of College Station, Texas, the most popular baby names in the city in 2020 were
Olivia and Noah.
Here are College Station’s top 3 girl names and top 3 boy names of 2020:
Olivia, 11 baby girls Emma, 10 Ava, Riley, & Sofia, 9 each (3-way tie)
Noah, 9 baby boys James, Jackson, & Samuel, 8 each (3-way tie) Benjamin, Elijah, Ezra, & Oliver, 7 each (4-way tie)
On the girls’ side, the Ava-Riley-Sofia tie knocks Harper out of third place.
On the boys’ side, the top 3 names are entirely new (again!).
2019, the top two names in College Station were Olivia and Aiden.
Noah, Olivia CS’s most popular baby names in 2020
According to the government of Northern Territory, Australia, the most popular baby names in NT in 2020 were
Charlotte and William.
Here are Northern Territory’s top 10 girl names and top 10+ boy names of 2020:
Charlotte, 15 baby girls Olivia, 14 Isla, 12 (tie) Matilda, 12 (tie) Amelia, 10 (5-way tie) Grace, 10 (5-way tie) Hazel, 10 (5-way tie) Mia, 10 (5-way tie) Willow, 10 (5-way tie) Violet, 9
William, 20 baby boys Jack, 16 Oliver, 15 Lucas, 14 Alexander, 12 Henry, 11 (3-way tie) James, 11 (3-way tie) Noah, 11 (3-way tie) Hudson, 10 (3-way tie) Isaac, 10 (3-way tie) Thomas, 10 (3-way tie)
On the boys’ side, Thomas is followed by an 8-way tie involving two names I don’t usually see in the rankings: Billy and Mayson. Mayson is especially interesting because the more traditional spelling, Mason, hasn’t made the list for the last two years (after ranking as high as 2nd in
2019, the top two names in NT were Grace and Oliver.
Popular Baby Names – NT.GOV.AU
According to Queensland Government, the most popular baby names in the Australian state in 2020 were
Charlotte and Oliver.
Here are Queensland’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2020:
Charlotte, 359 baby girls Olivia, 320 Isla, 319 Amelia, 295 Mia, 256 Ava, 247 Harper, 227 Willow, 226 Grace, 222 Sophie, 206
Oliver, 525 baby boys Noah, 383 Jack, 324 William, 322 Henry, 307 Theodore, 283 Elijah, 273 Leo, 267 Thomas, 266 Hudson, 263
In the girls’ top 10, Sophie replaces Matilda.
In the boys’ top 10, Theodore replaces Harrison.
Notably, the name Maverick entered the top 100 for the first time last year, jumping from 169th in 2019 to 84th in 2020.
The other big movers among boys’ names were Luka (154th most popular to 95th most popular) and Gabriel (No.139 to No.96).
And there were three girls’ names that made similar leaps – Holly (No.139 to No.79), Billie (No.109 to No.52) and Hallie (No.137 to No.88).
2019, the top two baby names in Queensland were Olivia and Oliver.
Top 100 Baby Names – Queensland Government, Charlotte and Oliver are the new David and Michelle
The SS Earl Dalhausie
The people below were born aboard — and named after! — ships with E-names…
Earl Dalhousie: Lydia Dalhousie Woodhard, born in 1873 Sydney Dalhousie Smith, born in 1873 Ellen Dalhousie Gare, born in 1874 Selina Dalhousie Baker, born in 1875 Emily Dalhousie Hunter, born in 1875 Francis Louisa Dalhousie Reed, born in 1878 Percy Dalhousie Wiltshire, born in 1878 Matilda Dalhousie Cormie, born in 1879
Earl Derby: William Earl Derby Rimmington, born in 1879
Earl Granville: Granville Campbell Speed, born in 1879 William John Granville Cathrope, born in 1880 Granville Williams, born in 1881 John Granville Tymms, born in 1883 John Granville Richards, born in 1883 John Granville Flint, born in 1883
Earl of Zetland: Helen Zetland Clark, born in 1875 John Whiting Zetland Hamilton, born in 1875
Earl Percy: Florence Percy Jarrold, born in 1876
Edinburgh: Elizabeth Edinburgh Cockayne, born in 1875 Edith Edinburgh Marriott, born in 1875
Edward Oliver: Edward Neptune White, born in 1858
Elderslie: Josephine Elderslie McGrath, born in 1887
Ellen Stuart: John Calvert Stuart Defries, born in 1870
Elliot: James Lyle Elliot Mackay, born in 1879
Ellora: Mary Ellora McEwan, born in 1879 Ellora Mary Little, born in 1883
Elysia: Catello Elisio Martingano, born in 1886
Erin: Erine Andersen, born in 1881
Essex: John Essex McQueen, born in 1863 Charlotte Essex Mead, born in 1863 Henry Essex Hamilton, born in 1863 Helen Essex Percy, born in 1863 Sarah Essex Mulholland, born in 1869 Wilhelmina Essex, born in 1870 Alfred Essex Jackson, born in 1874
Ethiopia: Ethiopia M. Prokop, born in 1880 Ethiopia Murray Drabeck, born in 1883
Etna: Margaret Etna Hugg, born in 1865
Euterpe: Minnie McGahey Euterpe Pearson, born in 1874 Selina Euterpe Robinson, born in 1874
Do you think any of the ship names above work particularly well as human names?