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Popularity of the Baby Name Elodie


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Popular baby names on PEI, 2021

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According to Prince Edward Island’s Vital Statistics Office, the most popular baby names on the island in 2021 were Alice and Oliver.

Here are PEI’s top girl names and top boy names of 2021:

Girl Names

  1. Alice, 9 baby girls
  2. Scarlett, 8
  3. Grace, Isla & Ivy, 6 each (3-way tie)
  4. Amelia, Anna, Annie, Ava, Charlotte, Ella, Ellie, Everly, Isabella, Lexi, Lucy, Maeve, Olivia, Sophia, Sophie & Willow, 5 each (16-way tie)
  5. Adeline, Eliza, Eloise, Evelyn, Georgia, Katherine, Kinsley, Nova* & Sadie, 4 each (9-way tie)
  6. Abigail, Adalyn, Addison, Brynlee, Claire, Clara, Emery, Iris, Lydia, Lyla, Nina, Sarah & Skylar, 3 each (13-way tie)

Boy Names

  1. Oliver, 13 baby boys
  2. Jack & Theo, 11 each (tie)
  3. Liam, 9
  4. Austin, Ezra, Jackson, Leo & Noah, 8 each (5-way tie)
  5. Benjamin, Emmett, Ethan, Lucas* & Theodore, 7 each (5-way tie)
  6. Charlie, Henry, Luca & William, 6 each (4-way tie)
  7. Gavin, Hudson, James, Owen & Rowan, 5 each (5-way tie)
  8. Arlo, Beau, Bennett, Elijah, Elliot, Everett, Finn, Levi, Lincoln, Max, Remy, Ryker, Sawyer, Simon, Walter & Weston, 4 each (16-way tie)

These rankings are based on data covering the year up to December 13th. By that date, 619 baby girls and 704 baby boys had been born on the island.

Unexpectedly, PEI released a complete — albeit provisional — list of baby names this time around. So this year we get to check out some of the rare names bestowed just once on the island last year:

Unique Girl NamesUnique Boy Names
Anamika, Athaliah, Brayleigh, Cloud Jrai, Drienne, Élodie, Fearyn, Gray, Haddow, Ishani, Jorie, Kasia, Lorriel, Meekhal, Morayo, Neeltje, Olive-Belle, Paloma, Rilla, Ruthy, Seren, Sudisha, Tomi, Valeah, ZeraAbdul-Rahman, Bane, Berrick, Chivir, Draven, Elon, Felix, Grayden, Hanzebriel, Ibaad, Jordy, Kelton, Leonidas, Maniriho, Marchbank, Najid, Oaks, Porter, Ranaridh, Revel, Sulla, Tully, Wyndham, Yanick, Zeyang

The boy name Bane may have been inspired by the DC Comics supervillain Bane, and the boy name Ranaridh is similar to the name of former Cambodian prime minister Norodom Ranariddh, who died in late 2021.

Finally, in 2020, the top baby names on the island were Nora/Charlotte (tie) and Hudson.

*Nova and Lucas might actually be 4th-place names. My source included conflicting information.

Source: Alice, Oliver most popular P.E.I. baby names in 2021 (12/29)

Popular baby names in Yukon, 2019

According to the Yukon Bureau of Statistics, the most popular baby names in Yukon in 2019 were Ava/Isla/Livia/Quinn (4-way tie) and Henry.

Here are all the baby names bestowed two or more times in Yukon last year:

Girl Names:

  • Ava
  • Isla
  • Livia
  • Quinn
  • Aaliyah
  • Abigail
  • Daisy
  • Elodie
  • Evelyn
  • Hailey
  • Lena
  • Lillian
  • Lily
  • Mabel
  • Molly
  • Olivia
  • Sadie
  • Sloane
  • Thea
  • Trinity
  • Willow
  • Wren

Boy Names:

  • Henry
  • Charles
  • Jason
  • Leo
  • Noah
  • Oliver
  • Alexander
  • Anthony
  • Axel
  • Clayton
  • Damon
  • Elias
  • Ellis
  • Ezra
  • Olivier
  • Owen
  • Sawyer
  • Theodore
  • Thomas

In 2018, the top names in Yukon were Amber/Grace (2-way tie) and Thomas.

In 1990s and early 2000s, the top names in Yukon included Emily, Samantha, Alexander and James.

Source: Oh, Henry! Here are the most popular baby names in Yukon in 2019

Baby Name Needed for Olivia and Marie’s Sister

Lise is expecting her third little girl and would like some name suggestions. Her first two daughters are named Olivia and Marie. She says:

We have a long last name so it has to be easy to spell. Also we speak French and would like the name to be easy to pronounce in French and English.

Here are a few names that I thought might work:

Adele
Amelie
Andrea
Angeline
Anna
Camille
Caroline
Cassandra
Celia
Charlotte
Clara
Danielle
Elodie
Emma
Estelle
Eva
Gabrielle
Iris
Josephine
Julia/Julie
Justine
Laura
Louisa/Louise
Lucille
Natalie
Nicole
Nina
Pauline
Penelope
Rebecca
Rosalie
Sarah
Sophie
Stephanie
Therese
Valerie

Which of the above do you like best with Olivia and Marie? What other names would you suggest to Lise?

Baby Name Needed: Middle Name for Lucinda

A reader named Andria would like a middle name for Lucinda. The baby’s last name will be a T-name similar to Kendall.

I tried to come up with suggestions that (like Lucinda) are old-fashioned and/or Latin-based. Also, because Lucinda and the surname share several consonants, I aimed for names that add some new sounds to the mix. Here’s the result:

Beatrix
Belle
Catharine
Cathleen
Claire
Corinne
Eleanor
Elodie
Flavia
Flora
Frances
Georgia
Grace
Hannah
Helen
Honor
Isabel
Isla
Jean
Judith
Julia
Junia
Marian
May
Miriam
Nicole
Pauline
Pearl
Phoebe
Rose
Ruth
Simone
Sophie
Susan
Vera
Viola

My preliminary list included a bunch of long names. I cut most of them…but the ones below I liked too much not to mention:

Cordelia
Elizabeth
Eugenia
Josephine
Priscilla
Sophronia
Valentina

Which of the above do you like best with Lucinda? What other names would you suggest?

Baby Names Spelled with the Names of Letters?

A reader named Becky recently emailed me with a rather cool request:

We’re looking for a girl name that has an actual spelling and letter combinations to represent the word. For example Evie (EV) and Katie (KT). Any suggestions would be great!

Here’s a long list of (mostly female) names that can be spelled with the names of letters. Some of the letter strings don’t quite replicate the pronunciation of the corresponding name, but, even if they don’t match perfectly, they do come pretty close.

Can you guys think of any others? Let me know and I’ll add them!

Update, 2015: Here’s a baby girl named Elloebee, a phonetic spelling of the acronym LOB (“legion of boom”).