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Popularity of the Baby Name Omnia


Posts that Mention the Name Omnia

Popular and Unique Baby Names Scotland, 2018

According to National Records of Scotland (NRS), the most popular baby names in the country in 2018 were Olivia and Jack.

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

Girl Names

  1. Olivia, 444 baby girls
  2. Emily, 423
  3. Isla, 383
  4. Sophie, 331
  5. Amelia, 312
  6. Ella, 295
  7. Ava, 292
  8. Grace, 286
  9. Aria, 272
  10. Jessica, 262

Boy Names

  1. Jack, 422 baby boys
  2. Oliver, 330
  3. James, 323
  4. Logan, 307
  5. Leo, 300
  6. Lewis, 298
  7. Alexander, 294 (tie)
  8. Harris, 294 (tie)
  9. Noah, 284
  10. Rory, 280

In the girls’ top 10, Grace replaces Charlotte (now 11th).

In the boys’ top 10, Rory replaces Harry (now tied for 11th with Charlie).

Names inspired by Scottish islands include Arran (118 boys; ranked 47th), Iona (83 girls; ranked 56th), Ailsa (37 girls), Islay (11 girls), Coll (3 boys), Jura (3 girls), Gigha (1 girl), and Tiree (1 girl).

And here are some more baby names that, like Gigha and Tiree, were bestowed just once in Scotland last year:

Unique Girl NamesUnique Boy Names
Adora-Belle, Brora, Callumina, Cardi, Delarosa, Embla, Everlyn, Frankie-Nirvana, Gigi, Honey-Bee, Izna, Junu, Kindah, Lhotse, Milliemae, Niska, Omnia, Peculiar, Raffie, Swithy, Tiggy, Uljana, Veia, Winry, Xanthippe, Yvie, ZuzuAvrick, Baroque-Valentyne, Caisson, Camhanaich, Dome, Eck, Fitheach, Gighian, Haxton, Indio, Izzeldin, Jeddie, Kafka, Lucifer, Monder, Neelix, Ouff, Panashe, Reave, Svetozar, Thapish, Ual, Velyo, Wit, Xypher, Yogan, Zostera

Possible explanations for some of the above:

  • Cardi B, American rapper and singer
  • Embla, the first woman (according to Norse mythology)
  • Lhotse, the 4th-highest mountain in the world (means “south peak” in Tibetan)
  • Winry, a manga character from the Fullmetal Alchemist
  • Caisson, an ammunition chest or two-wheeled ammunition wagon (means “box” in French)
  • Camhanaich, the Scottish word for “break of day” or “twilight”
  • Fitheach, the Scottish word for “raven” (and also the title of a children’s adventure game show that premiered on the Scottish-language BBC Alba channel in 2018)
  • Kafka, Czech writer Franz Kafka
  • Neelix, a character from Star Trek: Voyager
  • Zostera, a type of sea grass

(I posted more of Scotland’s unique baby names over on Patreon.)

In 2017, the top two names were the same.

Sources: Most popular names in Scotland, Babies’ First Names, From A to Zidaneā€¦ unusual names of newborns revealed, 2018 baby names: Scots babies are Awesome and Adora-Belle

Popular Baby Names in Sonoma County, CA, 2014

California’s Sonoma County recently launched SoCo Data, “the open data portal for the County of Sonoma.” The site includes detailed baby name data going back to the mid-1800s.

Here are Sonoma’s top baby names of 2014:

Girl Names Boy Names
1. Emma, 35 baby girls
2. Sofia, 31
3. Isabella & Mia, 27 each (tie)
4. Sophia, 26
5. Camila, 25
1. Logan, 27 baby boys
2. Mateo, 26
3. Julian & Jack, 22 each (tie)
4. Wyatt, Dylan & Alexander, 21 each (tie)
5. Oliver & Damian, 20 each (tie)

The top girl names in Sonoma County are similar to the top girl names in California; all six of the girl names above are in CA’s top 10.

The top boy names, on the other hand, are totally different. Of the nine boy names above, only Alexander made CA’s top 10. In fact, six of the nine (Logan, Mateo, Jack, Wyatt, Oliver and Damian) aren’t even in CA’s top 20.

Here are some of the interesting baby names that debuted on the Sonoma list last year: Attalina, Cazadero, Donaleach, Fuamaila, Hannabella, Isaneli, Keeoa, Kleberly, Linatza, Lunabella, Melkis, Miakoda, Narieta, Nosson, Omnia Amour, Sanskrit, Tezcatlipoca, Thiemessie, Tonanzy, Toufie, Yaritcelia.

Eye-catching one-hit wonders from earlier years include Curtchberb, Guethscheneldia, Mounttaverddie, Nerbo, Nonsiatini, Olphert, Oneglia, Pervinka, Pualeilani, Torgie, Volkine, Vrina, Wanafay, Xmas, Yell and Zolferana.

Finally, the database indicates that at least 11 Sonoma County babies have been named Sonoma, and at least five more have been named either California or Kalifornia.