- 1998: 11 baby boys named Quindon
- 1997: 23 baby boys named Quindon
- 1996: 67 baby boys named Quindon [debut]
- 1995: unlisted
- 1994: unlisted
(The variant form Quinden popped up the same year.)
If you remember the 1996 movie William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, then you’ll remember who kicked off the name: young singer Quindon Tarver (b. 1982), who covered two songs for the film: Prince’s “When Doves Cry” and Rozalla’s “Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good).” In fact, he can be seen singing the latter song in the film’s wedding scene.
What are your thoughts on the name Quindon? Would you use it?
Source: Quindon Tarver – Wikipedia