In 2014, the top five baby names for African-American boys in the United States were Anthony, Brandon, Caleb, Cameron and Christian. Some popular naming trends in this year included city names, last names and names based... More »

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The five most popular baby names for boys in 2014 were Jackson, Aiden, Liam, Lucas and Noah. Rounding out the top 10 were Mason, Ethan, Caden, Jacob and Logan. Jackson replaced Aiden, in 2013, and held on to the number o... More »

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Some of the most popular names for African American babies are Precious, Diamond, Jayla, Ayana, Zari, Laqueta and Aisha for girls, and Demarco, Dion, Chikae, Malik and Darius for boys. Other popular black baby names incl... More »

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In the United States, the top five most common names given to newborn males in 2013 were Noah, Liam, Jacob, Mason and William. Other common names for baby boys given in 2013 include Michael and Alexander. More »

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Devin, Brandon, Christian, Landon and Preston are examples of popular English boy names, as of 2015, according to The Bump. Caiden, Emerson, Garret, Holden and Keaton are considered unique English names for boys. More »

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Some baby names popular in the United States in 2014 that can be of Spanish origin are Olivia, Sofia, Camila and Eva for girls and Angel, Jose, Juan and Luis for boys. All were among the Social Security Administration's ... More »

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The names at the bottom of the U.S. Social Security Administration's Top 1,000 in 2009 were Trevin for boys and Lilyanna for girls. In 2008, the least popular names on the list were Damari for boys and Elianna for girls. More »

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