Can you guess what these groups of five names have in common?
We’re used to -o endings pointing to male names and -a endings to female. But parents are starting to flip the script on final letters.
While most classic boys’ nicknames are disappearing, these four are at all-time highs and still rising. What’s their secret?
Aaron used to have the start of the alphabet to itself, but times have changed.
Looking for a name that you’ll love just as much backwards and forwards? This is the only place you have to look.
Were there distinctly African-American names a century ago? And if so, how do we find them?
A rough year highlights the resilience of a classic name. What does it really mean for a name to be a “safe choice”?
Despite what you might read in the paper, I simply have not released a baby name hate list.
When identity is on the line—personal or national—every detail of a name matters.
A classic set of baby names with wildly different trajectories have gathered at a single point. And like any good celestial convergence, this meeting is portentous.