Florence, South Carolina 2022-05-17 11:07:20 –
Raleigh, North Carolina (WBTW) — Some of North Carolina’s most popular baby names have solidified their status as state classics.
According to last year, traditional names dominated the charts. Information released on Friday by the Social Security Administration.
Liam, the boy’s top name, belonged to 699 babies. William’s popular nickname, ranked third among 561 newborns.
As for girls, 531 babies won the top spot in Olivia.
The names of the top boys in North Carolina in 2021 are:
The top 10 names for baby girls are:
The 2021 list is similar to that of 2020, when the boys’ top names were Liam, Noah, William, James, and Elijah in that order. The top name of the girl of the year was the same as the 2021 ranking.
Unique spelling was also popular. Jackson was 8th with 409 babies, while the alternative Jackson was 48th with 205 babies and Jackson was 95 with 135 babies. Jack was 15 years old and had 315 babies.
Cayden was 57th and 180th, and Kaiden was 98th and 135th. Spelling’s Grayson beat Grayson in 12th and 63rd, respectively.
As for girls, 214 were named Riley in 22nd place and 101 were named Riley in 89th place. An additional 97 girls named Riley arrived on the 95th.
There were 133 babies named Everly and 121 babies named Everly.
Need inspiration? Choose a direction! There were 216 babies named Easton, ranked 43rd, and 130 babies named Weston, ranked 99th.
For girls, try the flower names. Popular plant names include Willow (224 babies), Lily (190), Hazel (186), Ivy (153), Violet (130), and Magnolia (99).
In order of popularity, the top men’s names across the country last year were Liam, Noah, Oliver, Elijah, James, William, Benjamin, Lucas, Henry and Theodore. The most popular names for the girls were Olivia, Emma, Charlotte, Amelia, Ava, Sophia, Isabella, Mia, Evelyn and Harper.
And if you want to know, Carolina is 509th and Caroline is 81st nationwide.
Here are North Carolina’s most popular names in 2021, according to the Social Security Administration Source link Here are North Carolina’s most popular names in 2021, according to the Social Security Administration