According to the government of College Station, the most popular baby names in the Texas city last year were Adalyn/Olivia/Sophia (3-way tie) and Liam.
Here are College Station’s top 3 girl names and top 3 boy names of 2021:
- Adalyn, Olivia, and Sophia, 21 each (3-way tie)
- Camilla, 17
- Emma, 16
- Liam, 19 baby boys
- Oliver, 16
- Elijah, 15
My source noted that, among the girls, there were “several Paisleys, along with Paislee, Paisleigh, Paizley and Pai’slyn.” Other girl names were “Ella, Bella, Della and Stella, along with Arabella, Celestabella, Isabella and Mirabella.”
Among the boys, there was “Ayden, Brayden, Hayden, Jayden, Kayden, Rayden and Zayden. Also Braxton, Daxton, Jaxton, Paxton and Zaxton.”
And one baby got the very Texas-y name Brazos. The word literally means “arms” in Spanish, and could refer to the area in general (e.g, Brazos County, Brazos Valley) or to the Brazos River itself, which was dubbed the Río de los Brazos de Dios (translation: “River of the Arms of God”) by early explorers. Most of the usage of Brazos as a baby name has occurred in Texas specifically.
The 3 most popular middle names in College Station last year were…
- Girls: Rose, Grace, Marie
- Boys: James, Lee, Alexander
In 2020, the top two names in College Station were Olivia and Noah.
P.S. Pro quarterback Kyle Trask was named after Texas A&M’s Kyle Field, which is located in College Station.
Sources: 2021’s most-popular baby names — and media’s hot takes on them, SSA
Image: TAMU Campus by Aggie0083 under CC BY-SA 3.0.
2 thoughts on “Popular baby names in College Station (Texas), 2021”
Celestabella is a great name, I must take a note of it. No Mehitabella among the Bella’s ….
Haha, I would actually be quite pleased to come across a modern Mehitabella. :)