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Top 50 Twin Names 2009

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According to the Social Security Administration, there has long been a trend to give same-first-letter names twin babies. The year 2009 was no exception. Of the Top 50 Twin Name sets, 30 had matching first letters, including the most popular Jacob and Joshua for boys, Ella and Emma for girls, and Madison and Mason for a mixed set. Unisex names like Taylor, Morgan, Addison, Logan and Jordan are also on the rise. Without blue and pink clothing, it may be difficult to tell the difference between twin girls and boys!  

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Unique Girl Names Climbing the Charts

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The girl names Maliyah and Isla made the largest jump up the Social Security Administration's list of popular baby names for 2009. Each year the Social Security Administration releases the top baby names in the United States, and each year some names make a huge change while others hold steady. Girl names seem to be more prone to trends and changes than boy names do, and this year was no exception. Check out the biggest changes in rank for baby girl names!

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Unique Boy Names Climbing the Charts

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Cullen and Jax were the boy names that had the biggest jump in popularity, according to the Social Security Administration's list of popular baby names for 2009. Every year, the Social Security Administration releases the most popular names in the United States. And every year we can see how a particular name changes in popularity. What boy baby names had the biggest jumps, and which names took a dive? Which names held the same rank two years in a row, or only moved a spot or two? Read on for what we found out -- you may be surprised!

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Popular Girl Names of the 20th Century

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The Social Security Administration reported that the most popular name for a baby girl in 2009 was Isabella. Might the name Isabella, a name with Hebrew, Italian and Spanish origins, be inspired by the Twilight saga’s Isabella (Bella) Swan? Probably not. In fact, Isabella was growing in popularity before Twilight. It was the 4th most popular name in 2006 before moving into the number 2 spot for 2007 and 20085.  Let’s take a closer look at the popular girl names of the 20th Century.
 
 

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Popular Boy Names of the 20th Century

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Every year, the Social Security Administration tracks what names were given to new babies. Here, we take a look at male names – specifically the most popular boy names of the 20th Century. Through these baby name trends we get an idea of what was going on in our culture at the time. Take a look at our list and perhaps you will find the perfect baby boy name for your child!

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Top Girl Names of the Decade

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The Social Security Administration reported that the most popular name for a baby girl in 2009 was Isabella. Might the name Isabella, a name with Hebrew, Italian and Spanish origins, be inspired by the Twilight saga’s Isabella (Bella) Swan? Probably not. Isabella was growing in popularity was growing before Twilight. It was the 4th most popular name in 2006 before moving into the number 2 spot for 2007 and 2008.  Let’s take a closer look at the last 100 years’ most popular names.

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Latin American Baby Names

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Giving your baby a Latin American baby name is a wonderful way to carry on tradition in Hispanic culture. Family and religion are both very important parts of Hispanic and Latin American culture and it is quite easy to incorporate these into your name search. Check out some of our favorite Latin American baby names for boys and girls and get started on your naming adventure!

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Popular City Names for Boys

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Have you ever thought about naming your baby after a favorite city? According to the Social Security Administration and their popular baby name lists, this a popular thing to do. From Austin to Kingston, we've searched through the list and found the most popular American city names for boys along with their origins and meanings -- check them out!

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Popular City Names for Girls

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Some names for baby girls are tied together with a common thread -- they are also the name of American cities. It's becoming increasingly popular to name babies after cities -- an ongoing trend that shows no signs of stopping any time soon. The seventh most popular name in 2009 was Madison -- a large city in Wisconsin. Check out our list of top city baby names for girls, as listed by the Social Security Administration.

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Top 100 Baby Names 2009: Social Security Administration

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The Social Security Administration has released the top 100 baby names for 2009 for boys and the top 100 baby names for 2009 for girls, as compiled from Social Security cards for US births.  Find out who is the NEW number 1 baby girls name and see if Jacob kept the top spot for boys -- or if Ethan moved up!
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Top Baby Names by Origin

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Whether you are a first generation American looking to carry on the traditions of your ancestors through a baby name, or you are looking for a unique or exotic baby name specific to a certain origin there are many possibilities to choose from.  To help you narrow down your list, check out our pick of the top Irish names, French names, German names, Indian names and American names to help you find the right name for your baby girl or baby boy.

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