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Popularity of the Baby Name Vidalia

Number of Babies Named Vidalia

Born in the U.S. Since 1880

Posts that Mention the Name Vidalia

Name of the Day – Vidalia

Did you know that at least five babies in Georgia have been named Vidalia since 1990?

The unusually sweet Vidalia onion is Georgia’s official state vegetable. It was first grown near Vidalia, Georgia, around 1931. The town name may have been inspired by that of Vidalia, Louisiana, which was named after Don José Vidal. The Vidal surname can be traced back to the Latin personal name Vitalis, which comes from the Latin word vita, meaning “life.”

Vidalia has never been a popular baby name nationally, but that makes sense — seems like more of a local thing anyway.