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Popularity of the Baby Name Rowan

Number of Babies Named Rowan

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Biggest Changes in Boy Name Popularity, 2016

Which boy names increased the most in popularity from 2015 to 2016? And which ones decreased the most?

The U.S. SSA likes to answer this question by analyzing ranking differences within the top 1,000. I prefer to answer it by looking at raw number differences, and to take the full list into account. So let’s check out the results using both methods…

Boy Names: Biggest Increases, 2015 to 2016

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Rankings

1. Kylo, +2,368 spots — up from 3,269th to 901st
2. Creed, +370 spots — up from 1,352nd to 982nd
3. Benicio, +356 spots — up from 1,331st to 975th
4. Adonis, +307 spots — up from 701st to 394th
5. Fox, +288 spots — up from 1034th to 746th
6. Kye, +281 spots — up from 984th to 703rd
7. Hakeem, +256 spots — up from 1,161st to 905th
8. Shepherd, +242 spots — up from 1,105th to 863rd
9. Wilder, +238 spots — up from 961st to 723rd
10. Zayn, +222 spots — up from 643rd to 421st

Kylo was influenced by the movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015).

Creed and Adonis were influenced by the movie Creed (2015).

Hakeem was influenced by the TV show Empire (2015-). So was Bryshere, which debuted last year.

Wilder could have been influenced by either Gene Wilder or by boxer Deontay Wilder, or both. (Or neither.)

Zayn was influenced by British singer/songwriter Zain “Zayn” Malik.

Raw Numbers

1. Mateo, +1,516 baby boys — up from 5,010 to 6,526
2. Oliver, +1,340 baby boys — up from 11,635 to 12,975
3. Bryson, +1,239 baby boys — up from 3,094 to 4,333
4. Lincoln, +1,094 baby boys — up from 5,982 to 7,076
5. Benjamin, +899 baby boys — up from 13,670 to 14,569
6. Grayson, +735 baby boys — up from 7,887 to 8,622
7. Theodore, +723 baby boys — up from 4,136 to 4,859
8. Greyson, +704 baby boys — up from 3,591 to 4,295
9. Leo, +678 baby boys — up from 4,582 to 5,260
10. Maverick, +675 baby boys — up from 2,265 to 2,940

Other names that saw raw number increases in the 200+ range included Owen, Sebastian, Ezekiel, Lucas, Ezra, Leonardo, Santiago, Conor, Gael, Everett, Rhett, Jameson, Killian, Tobias, Arlo, Easton, Finn, Rowan, Elias, Asher, Calvin, Thiago, Bodhi, Legend, Lukas, River, Elliot, Harrison, Roman, Adriel, Paxton, Julian, Ace, Josiah, Waylon, Messiah, Nash, Ellis, Matias, George, Barrett, Connor, Wade, Kyrie, Milo, Amir, Bennett, Elliott, Silas, Matteo, and Axel.

Rowan is rising quickly for both boys and girls right now.

Kyrie, which was once given primarily to girls, is now being given primarily for boys thanks to basketball player Kyrie Irving.

Boy Names: Biggest Decreases, 2015 to 2016

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Rankings

1. Jonael, -475 spots — down from 921st to 1,396th
2. Aaden, -239 spots — down from 784th to 1,023rd
3. Triston, -230 spots — down from 957th to 1,187th
4. Freddy, -222 spots — down from 993rd to 1,215th
5. Yaakov, -213 spots — down from 992nd to 1,205th
6. Braeden, -203 spots — down from 792nd to 995th
7. Chace, -202 spots — down from 935th to 1,137th
8. Brantlee, -176 spots — down from 777th to 953rd
9. Gannon, -173 spots — down from 533rd to 706th
10. Robin, -171 spots — down from 969th to 1,140th

The name Jonael got a lot of exposure in 2015 thanks to 11-year-old Puerto Rican singer Jonael Santiago, who won the 3rd season of La Voz Kids, which aired from March to June. It didn’t get as much exposure in 2016, which accounts for the drop in usage.

Raw Numbers

1. Logan, -1,697 baby boys (12,897 to 11,200)
2. Jacob, -1,498 baby boys (15,914 to 14,416)
3. Jayden, -1,455 baby boys (11,518 to 10,063)
4. Mason, -1,399 baby boys (16,591 to 15,192)
5. Ethan, -1,291 baby boys — down from 15,049 to 13,758
6. Aiden, -1,271 baby boys (13,429 to 12,158)
7. Alexander, -1,186 baby boys (14,507 to 13,321)
8. Jackson, -1,032 baby boys (12,242 to 11,210)
9. Brandon, -1,024 baby boys (5,100 to 4,076)
10. Blake, -951 baby boys (4,220 to 3,269)

blake, baby name, gender, switchUnlike Rowan, Blake is falling on the boys’ list, but rising on the girls’ list. In fact, the graph (right) makes a gender switch look inevitable. This is not something I would have anticipated a decade ago, before the emergence of Blake Lively.

Other names that saw raw number drops in the 200+ range included Landon, Caleb, Gavin, Anthony, Christopher, Andrew, David, Parker, Colton, Jase, Hunter, Brody, Brantley, Gabriel, Jonathan, Jordan, Tyler, Kevin, Nathan, Joshua, Carter, Daniel, Joseph, Dylan, Christian, Noah, Angel, Brayden, Iker, Chase, Nicholas, Austin, Dominic, Camden, John, Ayden, Michael, Colin, Bryan, Riley, Kyle, Hayden, Bradley, Nathaniel, Jake, Samuel, Luke, Cayden, Evan, Zachary, Steven, Kaden, Cooper, Marcus, Ryan, Tristan, Bryce, Ryder, Micah, Brady, Bentley, Kaleb, Levi, Alex, Conner, Jeremy, Isaac, Ian, Gage, Brian, Kayden, Jaden, Carlos, Sean, Jeremiah, Abel, Devin, Adrian, Giovanni, Garrett, and Adam.

Jase has seen a dramatic rise and fall over the last few years: big gains in 2012 and 2013, followed by big losses in 2014, 2015, and now 2016.

Similarly, Iker was on the rise for a while, with partcularly big leaps in 2011 and 2012, but usage is now on the wane.

Do you have any other explanations/guesses about any of the names above? If so, please leave a comment.

(In 2015, the big winners were Oliver and Riaan, and the big losers were Jase and Arnav.)

Sources: Change in Popularity from 2015 to 2016, Emma and Noah Remain Social Security’s Most Popular Baby Names for 2016


Biggest Changes in Girl Name Popularity, 2016

Which girl names increased the most in popularity from 2015 to 2016? Which ones decreased the most?

The SSA likes to answer this question by analyzing ranking differences within the top 1,000. I like to answer it by looking at raw number differences that take the full list into account. So let’s check out the results using both methods…

Girl Names: Biggest Increases, 2015 to 2016

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Rankings

1. Kehlani, +2,487 spots — up from 3,359th to 872nd
2. Royalty, +618 spots — up from 1,150th to 532nd
3. Saoirse, +465 spots — up from 1,448th to 983rd
4. Ophelia, +396 spots — up from 976th to 580th
5. Aitana, +368 spots — up from 917th to 549th
6. Itzayana, +356 spots — up from 1,125th to 769th
7. Alessia, +348 spots — up from 1,175th to 827th
8. Kaylani, +301 spots — up from 1,056th to 755th
9. Avianna, +298 spots — up from 751st to 453rd
10. Nalani, +294 spots — up from 1,280th to 986th

Kehlani and Kaylani were influenced by singer/songwriter Kehlani Parrish. (Kehlani was the top debut name of 2015, and variant Khelani debuted impressively in 2016.)

Royalty was influenced by the R&B singer Chris Brown, whose daughter (b. 2014) and 7th album (2015) were both called Royalty.

Saoirse was influenced by Irish actress Saoirse Ronan — perhaps specifically by those American talk show appearances in which she talked to the hosts (Ellen DeGeneres, Stephen Colbert, etc.) about how to pronounce her name. Plus there was that widely circulated Ryan Gosling quote on the same topic (“It’s Ser-sha, like inertia”).

Alessia was influenced by singer/songwriter Alessia Cara.

Raw Numbers

1. Adeline, +1,700 baby girls — up from 2,403 to 4,103
2. Charlotte, +1,649 baby girls — up from 11,381 to 13,030
3. Riley, +1,390 baby girls — up from 5,720 to 7,110
4. Adaline, +971 baby girls — up from 902 to 1,873
5. Amelia, +864 baby girls — up from 9,838 to 10,702
6. Luna, +849 baby girls — up from 2,796 to 3,645
7. Emilia, +804 baby girls — up from 2,215 to 3,019
8. Camila, +765 baby girls — up from 5,271 to 6,036
9. Nova, +754 baby girls — up from 1,518 to 2,272
10. Evelyn, +708 baby girls — up from 9,352 to 10,060

Adeline and Adaline were influenced, at least initially, by the movie The Age of Adaline (2015).

Other names that saw raw number increases in the 200+ range included Eleanor, Teagan, Kinsley, Scarlett, Everly, Quinn, Aria, Remi, Harper, Penelope, Thea, Claire, Rowan, Hazel, Ruby, Blake, Aurora, Ivy, Harley, Eloise, Willow, Elena, Josephine, Alice, Blakely, Saylor, Nora, Leia, Iris, Margot, Isla, Freya, Samara, Joy, Zara, Eliana, Joanna, and Malia.

Girl Names: Biggest Decreases, 2015 to 2016

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Rankings

1. Caitlin, -542 spots — down from 609th to 1,151st
2. Caitlyn, -462 spots — down from 598th to 1,060th
3. Katelynn, -402 spots — down from 652nd to 1,054th
4. Kaitlynn, -381 spots — down from 994th to 1,375th
5. Neriah, -344 spots — down from 943rd to 1,287th
6. Bryanna, -276 spots — down from 783rd to 1,059th
7. Kiley, -275 spots — down from 898th to 1,173rd
8. Yaritza, -271 spots — down from 935th to 1,206th
9. Denise, -210 spots — down from 993rd to 1,203rd
10. Kaelyn, -203 spots — down from 521st to 724th

caitlyn jenner, magazine coverCaitlin, Caitlyn, Katelynn, and Kaitlynn, were negatively influenced by Caitlyn Jenner (formerly Bruce Jenner), who appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair in mid-2015 with the headline “Call me Caitlyn.”

This reminds me of what happened a few decades ago to Hillary — another name that was strongly associated for a time with a female who wasn’t conforming to gender norms. Perhaps tellingly, the name Bruce wasn’t hit nearly as hard. Jenner did fall of the charts, though.

Raw Numbers

1. Sophia, -1,311 baby girls — down from 17,381 to 16,070
2. Alexa, -1,289 baby girls — down from 6,049 to 4,760
3. Madison, -1,090 baby girls — down from 10,072 to 8,982
4. Emma, -1,001 baby girls — down from 20,415 to 19,414 (…but still the #1 name overall)
5. Aubrey, -869 baby girls — down from 7,376 to 6,507
6. Isabella, -852 baby girls — down from 15,574 to 14,722
7. Emily, -840 baby girls — down from 11,766 to 10,926
8. Kylie, -753 baby girls — down from 4,149 to 3,396
9. Alexis, -744 baby girls — down from 3,406 to 2,662
10. Abigail, -672 baby girls — down from 12,371 to 11,699

Other names that saw raw number drops in the 200+ range included Kaitlyn, Avery, Allison, Alyssa, London, Kaylee, Sofia, Katelyn, Kimberly, Zoey, Mia, Chloe, Kendall, Taylor, Sadie, Khloe, Mackenzie, Hannah, Peyton, Addison, Samantha, Ashley, Olivia, Gabriella, Brianna, Lauren, Anna, Brooklyn, Morgan, Jocelyn, Sydney, Natalie, Victoria, Makayla, Zoe, Hailey, Payton, Brooke, Annabelle, Trinity, Keira, Adalyn, Jordyn, Kayla, Molly, Audrey, Faith, Madelyn, Lillian, Caitlin, Caitlyn, Makenzie, Paige, Aaliyah, Paisley, Nevaeh, Elizabeth, Amy, and Jessica.

Interesting how certain like-names went in opposite directions last year. Leia, Alessia, and Adaline rose; Leah, Alyssa, and Adalyn fell.

Do you have any other explanations/guesses about any of the names above? If so, please comment!

(In 2015, the big winners were Alexa and Alaia, and the big losers were Isabella and Isis.)

Sources: Change in Popularity from 2015 to 2016, Emma and Noah Remain Social Security’s Most Popular Baby Names for 2016

Top 50 Nature Names for Baby Girls

Nature is waking up again! Let’s celebrate by checking out which nature names are the most popular for baby girls right now. Ironically the top 50 list below includes all the seasons except for “Spring,” but it does feature lots of springtime things: flowers, birds, trees…

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For this list I stuck to names that are also correctly spelled English words. This means that I skipped names that are non-English words (like Stella and Luna) and alternative spellings of words (like Brooke and Briar). I should also mention that several of the above (including Rowan, Robin, and Clementine) do have more than one etymology to choose from.

Here are links to the popularity graphs:

1-10 11-20 21-30 31-40 41-50
Lily
Violet
Hazel
Autumn
Ruby
Willow
Jasmine
Jade
Ivy
Rose
Daisy
Summer
Iris
Olive
Rowan
Amber
River
Ember
Aspen
Sage
Magnolia
Meadow
Wren
Ivory
Laurel
Sky
Clementine
Dahlia
Juniper
Raven
Holly
Savanna
Rosemary
Winter
Crystal
Azalea
Pearl
Jewel
Heather
Robin
Diamond
Poppy
Opal
Sunny
Coral
Emerald
Clover
Pepper
Sapphire
Amethyst

Which nature name(s) do you like best?

P.S. Nature names that didn’t quite make the top 50 included Stormy, Zinnia, Sandy, and Acacia.

Name Quotes #48 – Tasha, Tiberius, Mi Mi

Time for more name-related quotes!

From a recent E! Online interview with Jordan Peele [vid], who spoke about choosing a baby name:

We definitely want pick a name that has a certain positivity that will counter this barbaric, negative time that we’re in right now.

From the 2008 New York Times obituary of illustrator/author Tasha Tudor:

Starling Burgess, who later legally changed both her names to Tasha Tudor, was born in Boston to well-connected but not wealthy parents. Her mother, Rosamond Tudor, was a portrait painter, and her father, William Starling Burgess, was a yacht and airplane designer who collaborated with Buckminster Fuller. […] She was originally nicknamed Natasha by her father, after Tolstoy’s heroine in “War and Peace.” This was shortened to Tasha. After her parents divorced when she was 9, Ms. Tudor adopted her mother’s last name.

(Her four kids were named Seth, Bethany, Thomas, and Efner (female). One of Tudor’s books was called Edgar Allan Crow (1953).)

On the new scientific name of Australia’s “Blue Bastard” fish:

Queensland Museum scientist Jeff Johnson, who identified the species from photos taken last year by a Weipa fisherman, has formally christened it Plectorhinchus caeruleonothus – a direct Latin translation of the colloquial name anglers bestowed on a fish famously difficult to land.

Caeruleo is blue and nothus is bastard. That was the origin of the name applied by fishermen for many years and I thought, why should I argue with that? It seemed like a perfect name [to] me,” Johnson told Guardian Australia.

“I wondered what the reviewers of the paper would say about it but they both agreed it was quintessentially Australian and we should go ahead.”

From the book My Life as a List: 207 Things about My (Bronx) Childhood (1999) by Linda Rosenkrantz (of Nameberry!):

Before I was born, my mother had decided to name me either Laurel or Lydia, names that appealed to her artistic temperament. But then somehow, while under the scrim of anesthesia, she was convinced by my father’s sisters to make me a lackluster Ruth, in honor of their recently deceased mother, Rose. And so my birth certificate read Ruth Leila, a name I was never, ever called by my mother, either of my father’s sisters or anyone else.

(Here’s more in Linda’s post The Story of How I Got Hooked on Names.)

On the names of the Mordvins, an indigenous group in Russia:

While walking along some river bank, not far from the Volga line, we might encounter some pleasant people called Kvedor, Markva, Valdonya and Nekhot and not realise that in Russian they would be Fyodor, Marfa, Svetlana and Mefody aka Theodore, Martha, Svetlana and Methodius.

This sort of phenomenon happens because of the Finno-Ugric special phonetic and secret lore. Any sound which is not familiar to their native tongue will be changed and adapted to suit the native tastes.

From an article in the Tampa Bay Times about transgender name changes:

[E]arlier this year in Augusta, Ga., Superior Court Judge J. David Roper declined to change the name of a college student from Rebeccah Elizabeth to Rowan Elijah Feldhaus.

“I don’t know anybody named Elijah who’s female,” the judge said, according to a court transcript. “I’m not going to do that. I’ve never heard of that. And I know who Elijah was, one of the greatest men who ever lived.”

Months later, he ruled similarly in the case of a transgender man who wanted to legally become Andrew Baumert, the name by which he said everyone already knew him. The judge refused. “My policy has been that I will not change a name from an obviously female to an obviously male name, and vice versa,” he said.

NPR writer Lateefah Torrence on choosing a baby name:

Having grown up in a working-class world, Frank is sensitive to names that he finds “pretentious” while as the outsider black kid, I worry about names that sound “too white.” I must admit that I have mostly rolled my eyes at his unease with my never-ending list of suggestions from world mythology and literature. He suggests Molly; I counter with Aziza. He brings William to the table; I suggest Tiberius.

(Lateefah was also featured in last month’s quote post.)

From a 1958 article in The Atlantic on Burmese Names by Mi Mi Khaing:

One or more of a Burmese child’s names is almost certain to show the day on which he was born–a survival from our belief that human destiny is linked with the stars. Certain letters of the alphabet are ascribed to each day, so that a “Thursday’s child” would have one name beginning with our P, B, or M.

Burmese is a monosyllabic language, and each part of our names is an actual word that means something, or even several things, depending on how it is pronounced. Thus I am “Little Mother” (Mi Mi) “Branch of the Tree” (Khaing) (though “khaing” can also mean “firm”) […] [a] merchant I know was aptly named “Surmounting a Hundred Thousand,” while the Rector of Rangoon University, Dr. Htin Aung, is “Distinguished and Successful.”

Being so handsomely named is not embarrassing, however, because we become so used to our names, and those of our friends, that we only think of the person and remember their names by their sound.

Gender Test: Which Girl Names Are Not Quite Girl Names?

Yesterday was the masculinity test, so today, of course, is the femininity test.

Here’s the focus question: Which girl names were given to a significant proportion of baby boys last year?

If you’re looking for a name that will clearly identify your daughter as a girl, the answer will help you avoid names that could cause gender confusion.

This year’s femininity test is even easier to understand, as I’m now using a pass/fail system. So, if a girl name was…

  • Given to baby girls at least 80% of the time, the grade is pass. (But less than 90% of the time: warning.)
  • Given to baby girls less than 80% of the time, the grade is fail.

I analyzed all of the girl names on the top 1,000 list. Of these 1,000 names, 58 failed and 31 got a warning. (Scroll down to see lists of the failed and warning names only.)

1. Sophia
2. Emma
3. Isabella
4. Olivia
5. Ava
6. Emily
7. Abigail
8. Mia
9. Madison
10. Elizabeth
11. Chloe
12. Ella
13. Avery, Warning
14. Addison
15. Aubrey
16. Lily
17. Natalie
18. Sofia
19. Charlotte
20. Zoey
21. Grace
22. Hannah
23. Amelia
24. Harper
25. Lillian
26. Samantha
27. Evelyn
28. Victoria
29. Brooklyn
30. Zoe
31. Layla
32. Hailey
33. Leah
34. Kaylee
35. Anna
36. Aaliyah
37. Gabriella
38. Allison
39. Nevaeh
40. Alexis, Fail
41. Audrey
42. Savannah
43. Sarah
44. Alyssa
45. Claire
46. Taylor, Warning
47. Riley, Fail
48. Camila
49. Arianna
50. Ashley
51. Brianna
52. Sophie
53. Peyton, Fail
54. Bella
55. Khloe
56. Genesis
57. Alexa
58. Serenity
59. Kylie
60. Aubree
61. Scarlett
62. Stella
63. Maya
64. Katherine
65. Julia
66. Lucy
67. Madelyn
68. Autumn
69. Makayla
70. Kayla
71. Mackenzie
72. Lauren
73. Gianna
74. Ariana
75. Faith
76. Alexandra
77. Melanie
78. Sydney
79. Bailey
80. Caroline
81. Naomi
82. Morgan, Warning
83. Kennedy
84. Ellie
85. Jasmine
86. Eva
87. Skylar, Warning
88. Kimberly
89. Violet
90. Molly
91. Aria
92. Jocelyn
93. Trinity
94. London, Warning
95. Lydia
96. Madeline
97. Reagan
98. Piper
99. Andrea
100. Annabelle
101. Maria
102. Brooke
103. Payton, Warning
104. Paisley
105. Paige
106. Ruby
107. Nora
108. Mariah
109. Rylee
110. Lilly
111. Brielle
112. Jade
113. Destiny
114. Nicole
115. Mila
116. Kendall, Warning
117. Liliana
118. Kaitlyn
119. Natalia
120. Sadie
121. Jordyn
122. Vanessa
123. Mary
124. Mya
125. Penelope
126. Isabelle
127. Alice
128. Reese, Warning
129. Gabrielle
130. Hadley
131. Katelyn
132. Angelina
133. Rachel
134. Isabel
135. Eleanor
136. Clara
137. Brooklynn
138. Jessica
139. Elena
140. Aliyah
141. Vivian
142. Laila
143. Sara
144. Amy
145. Eliana
146. Lyla
147. Juliana
148. Valeria
149. Adriana
150. Makenzie
151. Elise
152. Mckenzie
153. Quinn, Fail
154. Delilah
155. Cora
156. Kylee
157. Rebecca
158. Gracie
159. Izabella
160. Josephine
161. Alaina
162. Michelle
163. Jennifer
164. Eden, Warning
165. Valentina
166. Aurora
167. Catherine
168. Stephanie
169. Valerie
170. Jayla
171. Willow
172. Daisy
173. Alana
174. Melody
175. Hazel
176. Summer
177. Melissa
178. Margaret
179. Kinsley
180. Kinley
181. Ariel, Warning
182. Lila
183. Giselle
184. Ryleigh
185. Haley
186. Julianna
187. Ivy
188. Alivia
189. Brynn
190. Keira
191. Daniela
192. Aniyah
193. Angela
194. Kate
195. Londyn
196. Hayden, Fail
197. Harmony
198. Adalyn
199. Megan
200. Allie
201. Gabriela
202. Alayna
203. Presley
204. Jenna
205. Alexandria
206. Ashlyn
207. Adrianna
208. Jada
209. Fiona
210. Norah
211. Emery, Warning
212. Maci
213. Miranda
214. Ximena
215. Amaya
216. Cecilia
217. Ana
218. Shelby
219. Katie
220. Hope
221. Callie
222. Jordan, Fail
223. Luna
224. Leilani
225. Eliza
226. Mckenna
227. Angel, Fail
228. Genevieve
229. Makenna
230. Isla
231. Lola
232. Danielle
233. Chelsea
234. Leila
235. Tessa
236. Adelyn
237. Camille
238. Mikayla
239. Adeline
240. Adalynn
241. Sienna
242. Esther
243. Jacqueline
244. Emerson, Fail
245. Arabella
246. Maggie
247. Athena
248. Lucia
249. Lexi
250. Ayla
251. Diana
252. Alexia
253. Juliet
254. Josie
255. Allyson
256. Addyson
257. Delaney
258. Teagan, Warning
259. Marley, Warning
260. Amber
261. Rose
262. Erin
263. Leslie
264. Kayleigh
265. Amanda
266. Kathryn
267. Kelsey
268. Emilia
269. Alina
270. Kenzie
271. Kaydence
272. Alicia
273. Alison
274. Paris
275. Sabrina
276. Ashlynn
277. Lilliana
278. Sierra
279. Cassidy
280. Laura
281. Alondra
282. Iris
283. Kyla
284. Christina
285. Carly
286. Jillian
287. Madilyn
288. Kyleigh
289. Madeleine
290. Cadence
291. Nina
292. Evangeline
293. Nadia
294. Raegan
295. Lyric, Warning
296. Giuliana
297. Briana
298. Georgia
299. Yaretzi
300. Elliana
301. Haylee
302. Fatima
303. Phoebe
304. Selena
305. Charlie, Fail
306. Dakota, Fail
307. Annabella
308. Abby
309. Daniella
310. Juliette
311. Lilah
312. Bianca
313. Mariana
314. Miriam
315. Parker, Fail
316. Veronica
317. Gemma
318. Noelle
319. Cheyenne
320. Marissa
321. Heaven
322. Vivienne
323. Brynlee
324. Joanna
325. Mallory
326. Aubrie
327. Journey
328. Nyla
329. Cali
330. Tatum, Fail
331. Carmen
332. Gia
333. Jazmine
334. Heidi
335. Miley
336. Baylee
337. Elaina
338. Macy
339. Ainsley
340. Jane
341. Raelynn
342. Anastasia
343. Adelaide
344. Ruth
345. Camryn, Warning
346. Kiara
347. Alessandra
348. Hanna
349. Finley, Fail
350. Maddison
351. Lia
352. Bethany
353. Karen
354. Kelly, Warning
355. Malia
356. Jazmin
357. Jayda
358. Esmeralda
359. Kira
360. Lena
361. Kamryn, Fail
362. Kamila
363. Karina
364. Eloise
365. Kara
366. Elisa
367. Rylie
368. Olive
369. Nayeli
370. Tiffany
371. Macie
372. Skyler, Fail
373. Addisyn
374. Angelica
375. Briella
376. Fernanda
377. Annie
378. Maliyah
379. Amiyah
380. Jayden, Fail
381. Charlee
382. Caitlyn
383. Elle
384. Crystal
385. Julie
386. Imani
387. Kendra
388. Talia
389. Angelique
390. Jazlyn
391. Guadalupe, Warning
392. Alejandra
393. Emely
394. Lucille
395. Anya
396. April
397. Elsie
398. Madelynn
399. Myla
400. Julissa
401. Scarlet
402. Helen
403. Breanna
404. Kyra
405. Madisyn
406. Rosalie
407. Brittany
408. Brylee
409. Jayleen
410. Arielle
411. Karla
412. Kailey
413. Arya
414. Sarai
415. Harley, Fail
416. Miracle
417. Kaelyn
418. Kali
419. Cynthia
420. Daphne
421. Aleah
422. Caitlin
423. Cassandra
424. Holly
425. Janelle
426. Marilyn
427. Katelynn
428. Kaylie
429. Itzel
430. Carolina
431. Bristol
432. Haven, Warning
433. Michaela
434. Monica
435. June
436. Janiyah
437. Camilla
438. Jamie, Fail
439. Rebekah
440. Audrina
441. Dayana
442. Lana
443. Serena
444. Tiana
445. Nylah
446. Braelyn, Warning
447. Savanna
448. Skye
449. Raelyn
450. Madalyn
451. Sasha
452. Perla
453. Bridget
454. Aniya
455. Rowan, Fail
456. Logan, Fail
457. Mckinley, Warning
458. Averie
459. Jaylah
460. Aylin
461. Joselyn
462. Nia
463. Hayley
464. Lilian
465. Adelynn
466. Jaliyah
467. Kassidy
468. Kaylin
469. Kadence
470. Celeste
471. Jaelyn
472. Zariah
473. Tatiana
474. Jimena
475. Lilyana
476. Anaya
477. Catalina
478. Viviana
479. Cataleya
480. Sloane
481. Courtney, Warning
482. Johanna
483. Amari, Fail
484. Melany
485. Anabelle
486. Francesca
487. Ada
488. Alanna
489. Priscilla
490. Danna
491. Angie
492. Kailyn
493. Lacey
494. Sage, Fail
495. Lillie
496. Brinley
497. Caylee
498. Joy
499. Kenley
500. Vera
501. Bailee
502. Amira
503. Aileen
504. Aspen
505. Emmalyn
506. Erica
507. Gracelyn
508. Kennedi
509. Skyla
510. Annalise
511. Danica
512. Dylan, Fail
513. Kiley
514. Gwendolyn
515. Jasmin
516. Lauryn
517. Aleena
518. Justice, Fail
519. Annabel
520. Tenley
521. Dahlia
522. Gloria
523. Lexie
524. Lindsey
525. Hallie
526. Sylvia
527. Elyse
528. Annika
529. Maeve
530. Marlee
531. Aryanna
532. Kenya
533. Lorelei
534. Selah
535. Kaliyah
536. Adele
537. Natasha
538. Brenda
539. Erika
540. Alyson
541. Braylee
542. Emilee
543. Raven
544. Ariella
545. Blakely
546. Liana
547. Jaycee
548. Sawyer, Fail
549. Anahi
550. Jaelynn
551. Elsa
552. Farrah
553. Cameron, Fail
554. Evelynn
555. Luciana
556. Zara
557. Madilynn
558. Eve
559. Kaia
560. Helena
561. Anne
562. Estrella
563. Leighton, Fail
564. Nataly
565. Whitney
566. Lainey
567. Amara
568. Anabella
569. Malaysia
570. Samara
571. Zoie
572. Amani, Warning
573. Phoenix, Fail
574. Dulce
575. Paola
576. Marie
577. Aisha
578. Harlow
579. Virginia
580. Ember
581. Regina
582. Jaylee
583. Anika
584. Ally
585. Kayden, Fail
586. Alani
587. Miah
588. Yareli
589. Journee
590. Kiera
591. Nathalie
592. Mikaela
593. Jaylynn
594. Litzy
595. Charley, Warning
596. Claudia
597. Aliya
598. Madyson
599. Cecelia
600. Liberty
601. Braelynn
602. Evie
603. Rosemary
604. Myah
605. Lizbeth
606. Giana
607. Ryan, Fail
608. Teresa
609. Ciara
610. Isis
611. Lea
612. Shayla
613. Jazlynn
614. Rosa
615. Gracelynn
616. Desiree
617. Elisabeth
618. Isabela
619. Arely
620. Mariam
621. Abbigail
622. Emersyn
623. Brenna
624. Kaylynn
625. Nova, Warning
626. Raquel
627. Dana
628. Laney
629. Laylah
630. Siena
631. Amelie
632. Clarissa
633. Lilianna
634. Lylah
635. Halle
636. Madalynn
637. Maleah
638. Sherlyn
639. Linda
640. Shiloh, Fail
641. Jessie, Fail
642. Kenia
643. Greta
644. Marina
645. Melina
646. Amiya
647. Bria
648. Natalee
649. Sariah
650. Mollie
651. Nancy
652. Christine
653. Felicity
654. Zuri
655. Irene
656. Simone
657. Amya
658. Matilda
659. Colette
660. Kristen
661. Paityn
662. Alayah
663. Janiya
664. Kallie
665. Mira
666. Hailee
667. Kathleen
668. Meredith
669. Janessa
670. Noemi
671. Aiyana
672. Aliana
673. Leia
674. Mariyah
675. Tori
676. Alissa
677. Ivanna
678. Joslyn
679. Sandra
680. Maryam
681. Saniyah
682. Kassandra
683. Danika
684. Denise
685. Jemma
686. River, Fail
687. Charleigh
688. Emelia
689. Kristina
690. Armani, Fail
691. Beatrice
692. Jaylene
693. Karlee
694. Blake, Fail
695. Cara
696. Addilyn
697. Amina
698. Ansley
699. Kaitlynn
700. Iliana
701. Mckayla
702. Adelina
703. Briley, Warning
704. Elaine
705. Lailah
706. Mercedes
707. Chaya
708. Lindsay
709. Hattie
710. Lisa
711. Marisol
712. Patricia
713. Bryanna
714. Taliyah
715. Adrienne
716. Emmy
717. Millie
718. Paislee
719. Charli
720. Kourtney
721. Leyla
722. Maia
723. Willa
724. Milan, Fail
725. Paula
726. Ayleen
727. Clare
728. Kensley
729. Reyna
730. Martha
731. Adley
732. Elianna
733. Emilie
734. Karsyn, Fail
735. Yasmin
736. Lorelai
737. Amirah
738. Aryana
739. Livia
740. Alena
741. Kiana
742. Celia
743. Kailee
744. Rylan, Fail
745. Ellen
746. Galilea
747. Kynlee
748. Leanna
749. Renata
750. Mae
751. Ayanna
752. Chanel
753. Lesly
754. Cindy
755. Carla
756. Pearl
757. Jaylin, Fail
758. Kimora
759. Angeline
760. Carlee
761. Aubri
762. Edith
763. Alia
764. Frances
765. Corinne
766. Jocelynn
767. Cherish
768. Wendy
769. Carolyn
770. Lina
771. Tabitha
772. Winter
773. Abril
774. Bryn
775. Jolie
776. Yaritza
777. Casey, Fail
778. Zion, Fail
779. Lillianna
780. Jordynn
781. Zariyah
782. Audriana
783. Jayde
784. Jaida
785. Salma
786. Diamond
787. Malaya
788. Kimber
789. Ryann
790. Abbie
791. Paloma
792. Destinee
793. Kaleigh
794. Asia
795. Demi
796. Yamileth
797. Deborah
798. Elin
799. Kaiya
800. Mara
801. Averi
802. Nola
803. Tara
804. Taryn
805. Emmalee
806. Aubrianna
807. Janae
808. Kyndall
809. Jewel
810. Zaniyah
811. Kaya
812. Sonia
813. Alaya
814. Heather
815. Nathaly
816. Shannon, Fail
817. Ariah
818. Avah
819. Giada
820. Lilith
821. Samiyah
822. Sharon
823. Coraline
824. Eileen
825. Julianne
826. Milania
827. Chana
828. Regan, Warning
829. Krystal
830. Rihanna
831. Sidney, Fail
832. Hadassah
833. Macey
834. Mina
835. Paulina
836. Rayne, Warning
837. Kaitlin
838. Maritza
839. Susan
840. Raina
841. Hana
842. Keyla
843. Temperance
844. Aimee
845. Alisson
846. Charlize
847. Kendal, Warning
848. Lara
849. Roselyn
850. Alannah
851. Alma
852. Dixie
853. Larissa
854. Patience
855. Taraji
856. Sky, Fail
857. Zaria
858. Aleigha
859. Alyvia
860. Aviana
861. Bryleigh
862. Elliot, Fail
863. Jenny
864. Luz
865. Ali, Fail
866. Alisha
867. Ayana
868. Campbell, Fail
869. Karis
870. Lilyanna
871. Azaria
872. Blair, Warning
873. Micah, Fail
874. Moriah
875. Myra
876. Lilia
877. Aliza
878. Giovanna
879. Karissa
880. Saniya
881. Emory, Fail
882. Estella
883. Juniper
884. Kairi
885. Kenna
886. Meghan
887. Abrielle
888. Elissa
889. Rachael
890. Emmaline
891. Jolene
892. Joyce
893. Britney
894. Carlie
895. Haylie
896. Judith
897. Renee
898. Saanvi
899. Yesenia
900. Barbara
901. Dallas, Fail
902. Jaqueline
903. Karma
904. America
905. Sariyah
906. Azalea
907. Everly
908. Ingrid
909. Lillyana
910. Emmalynn
911. Marianna
912. Brisa
913. Kaelynn
914. Leona
915. Libby
916. Deanna
917. Mattie
918. Miya
919. Kai, Fail
920. Annalee
921. Nahla
922. Dorothy
923. Kaylyn
924. Rayna
925. Araceli
926. Cambria
927. Evalyn
928. Haleigh
929. Thalia
930. Jakayla
931. Maliah
932. Saige
933. Avianna
934. Charity
935. Kaylen, Warning
936. Raylee
937. Tamia
938. Aubrielle
939. Bayleigh
940. Carley
941. Kailynn
942. Katrina
943. Belen
944. Karlie
945. Natalya
946. Alaysia
947. Celine
948. Milana
949. Monroe, Fail
950. Estelle
951. Meadow
952. Audrianna
953. Cristina
954. Harlee
955. Jazzlyn
956. Scarlette
957. Zahra
958. Akira
959. Ann
960. Collins, Warning
961. Kendyl
962. Anabel
963. Azariah, Fail
964. Carissa
965. Milena
966. Tia
967. Alisa
968. Bree
969. Carleigh
970. Cheyanne
971. Sarahi
972. Laurel
973. Kylah
974. Tinley
975. Kora
976. Marisa
977. Esme
978. Sloan, Fail
979. Cailyn
980. Gisselle
981. Kasey, Fail
982. Kyndal
983. Marlene
984. Riya
985. Annabell
986. Aubriana
987. Izabelle
988. Kirsten
989. Aya
990. Dalilah
991. Devyn, Fail
992. Geraldine
993. Analia
994. Hayleigh
995. Landry, Fail
996. Sofie
997. Tess
998. Ashtyn, Fail
999. Jessa
1000. Katalina

The 31 “Warning” names: Avery, Taylor, Morgan, Skylar, London, Payton, Kendall, Reese, Eden, Ariel, Emery, Teagan, Marley, Lyric, Camryn, Kelly, Guadalupe, Haven, Braelyn, Mckinley, Courtney, Amani, Charley, Nova, Briley, Regan, Rayne, Kendal, Blair, Kaylen, Collins.

The 58 “Fail” names: Alexis, Riley, Peyton, Quinn, Hayden, Jordan, Angel, Emerson, Charlie, Dakota, Parker, Tatum, Finley, Kamryn, Skyler, Jayden, Harley, Jamie, Rowan, Logan, Amari, Sage, Dylan, Justice, Sawyer, Cameron, Leighton, Phoenix, Kayden, Ryan, Shiloh, Jessie, River, Armani, Blake, Milan, Karsyn, Rylan, Jaylin, Casey, Zion, Shannon, Sidney, Sky, Elliot, Ali, Campbell, Micah, Emory, Dallas, Kai, Monroe, Azariah, Sloan, Kasey, Devyn, Landry, Ashtyn.

Here is last year’s femininity test.