Yesterday, we looked at three Star Trek characters that influenced U.S. baby names back in the late 1960s.
But those three were just a handful of the many interestingly-named characters from the original Star Trek. Here are some of the others.
For those with names that have appeared in the SSA data before, I’ve included links to the graphs.
|Female characters||Male characters|
|Areel, Aurelan*, Daras, Deela, Drea, Droxine, Elaan, Eleen, Gem, Losira, Luma, Miramanee, Miri, Natira, Nona, Odona, Rayna, Sayana, Sirah, Sybo, Tamoon, Tamula, Thalassa, T’Pau, T’Pring, Tula, Vanna, Zarabeth||Abrom, Akaar, Akuta, Anka, Apella, Ayelborne, Balok, Bela, Bele, Bilar, Claymare, Cloud, Decius, Dionyd, Duur, Egen, Ekor, Eraclitus, Goro, Hacom, Hanar, Hengist, Henoch, Jahn, Jaris, Kahless, Kalo, Kang, Kartan, Keel, Khan, Kloog, Korax, Korob, Krako, Kras, Krell, Krodak, Kryton, Lal, Landru, Lokai, Maab, Makora, Marplon, Melakon, Merik, Midro, Mirt, Morla, Nilz, Parmen, Plasus, Rael, Reger, Rojan, Salish, Sargon, Shras, Stonn, Tamar, Tark, Tepo, Thann, Thelev, Tomar, Tongo, Trefayne, Trelane, Tyree, Wu, Yutan, Zabo, Zefram|
*Aurelan is from Aurelan Kirk, Captain Kirk’s sister-in-law.
Do you like any of the names above? Are any usable, in your opinion?
Source: Star Trek (1966-1969) – IMDb
P.S. The word “Trek” itself started appearing in the data in the early 1970s, also likely due to the show.