How popular is the baby name Yu in the United States right now? How popular was it historically? Find out using the graph below! Plus, see baby names similar to Yu and check out all the blog posts that mention the name Yu.
NOTY is back! Here are the contenders for 2011.
My picks and my husband’s picks for final four are…
Shalom Dreampeace Compost
Taco B. M. Monster
One of the contenders, Joe Shortsleeve, is well-known Boston news reporter. He always wears long-sleeved shirts on TV, in case you were wondering.
Which names do you think will be the last four standing?
*Jihad Larry has been replaced with (rather weak contender) Cassanova McKinzy, so I’m going with Ebenezer Noonoo now.
The top baby names in New York City in 2006 were Ashley and Michael, according to a list (pdf) released yesterday by New York City’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Rounding out the top ten for each gender were…
Many rare and unusual names ranked as well. Examples include:
- Girls: Aissatou, Breindy, Egypt, Fanta, Fraidy, Frimet, Kadiatou, Noor, Pessy, Reem, Rivky, Shaindy, Tziporah, Yides, Yu, Zissy
- Boys: Achilles, Adriel, Alpha, Dovid, Hershy, Jhon, Kacper, Kymani, Lazer, Mamadou, Naftuli, Sekou, Tzvi, Usman, Vladimir, Zalmen
Also, Tenzin was a cool one that managed to rank for both genders — it was given to 11 boys and 22 girls in NYC last year.