How popular is the baby name Marcell in the United States right now? How popular was it historically? Use the popularity graph and data table below to find out! Plus, see all the blog posts that mention the name Marcell.
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Below are hundreds of baby names with a numerological value of 1.
What do I mean by that?
Well, in numerology, you substitute each letter in a word with that letter’s ordinal value in the alphabet. (The letter B has a value of 2, for instance, because it’s the second letter.) Then you add those ordinal values together to come up with a total. Lastly, you add the digits of that total together to obtain a numerological value.
Here’s an example: The letters in the name Ebba have the values 5, 2, 2, and 1. Added together, these values equal 10. And the digits of 10 added together equal 1.
All of the “1” names below are sub-categorized by totals — just in case any of those larger numbers are significant to anyone. Within each group you’ll find some of the most popular “1” names per gender (according to the most recent set of U.S. baby name rankings).
1 via 10
The letters in the following baby names add up to 10, which reduces to one (1+0=1).
Girl names (1 via 10)
Boy name (1 via 10)
Eda, Dea, Ebba, Adda, Ade
1 via 19
The letters in the following baby names add up to 19, which reduces to one (1+9=10; 1+0=1).
Girl names (1 via 19)
Boy names (1 via 19)
Mae, Ema, Abbie, Alea, Aela
Adam, Jace, Dan, Jed, Jah
1 via 28
The letters in the following baby names add up to 28, which reduces to one (2+8=10; 1+0=1).
Boy Names 1. Bence, 1,800 baby boys – Bence is a form of Vincent. 2. Máté, 1,321 3. Levente, 1,280 – Levente might be based on the Hungarian verb lesz, meaning “will be.” 4. Dominik, 1,173 5. Marcell, 1,146 6. Dávid, 1,123 7. Ádám, 1,117 8. Noel, 1,071 9. Dániel, 1,054 10. Milán, 1,037
In the girls’ top 10, Léna replaced Nóra.
In the boys’ top 10, Noel replaced Áron.
(Interestingly, the two “replaced” names — if we ignore diacritical marks — are anagrams of one another. They’re palindromic, in fact.)
And how is the name Attila faring in Hungary these days? Here’s the data for the last few years: