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What were common boy names in the 1800s?

What were common boy names in the 1800s?

Top names of the 1880s

Males Females
Rank Name Name
1 John Mary
2 William Anna
3 James Emma

What names were popular in the 18th century?

John and Mary were the Number 1 baby names in the 1700s….and in the 1800s and much of the 1900s too. Other top 1700s girl names include Sarah, Jane, Martha, Alice, and Susan. Top 1700s boy names include Thomas, James, Joseph, and Henry.

What is an old fashioned name for a man?

Along with Henry and Samuel, other Old Man Names in the US Top 500 include Arthur, Cyrus, Theodore, Otto, Silas, Harvey, Victor, and Frederick. Old man names more common in the UK than in the US include Albert, Ralph, Stanley, and Wilfred.

What are 1850 names?

The top three baby names from 1800-1850 were consistent classics: Mary, Elizabeth and Sarah for girls, and John, William and James for boys….These include:

  • Abigail.
  • Caroline.
  • Charlotte.
  • Emily.
  • Hannah.
  • Jane.
  • Julia.
  • Lucy.

What were common male names in the 1700s?

Of course, the most common boy name during colonial times was John, closely followed by other very classic boy names such as William and Henry. Along with John and William, other 18th century names for boys in the US Top 200 today include Abraham, Alexander, Christopher, Elias, Isaac, Jacob, Levi, and Nathaniel.

What are some colonial names for boys?

What names were popular in the 1820s?

Avg Friend Score

Number of occurances Name % Correct
1465 Elizabeth 93.5%
446 Ann 92.6%
432 Catherine 88.4%
470 Margaret 86.3%

What are the hottest guy names?

Top 200 Super Hot Boy Names:

  1. Abe: A name dripping with sexiness, Abe means ‘father of a multitude’.
  2. Ace: A jaunty and high flying name, meaning ‘one or unity’, is a short favorite.
  3. Adam: Adam, meaning ‘son of the red earth’, is a quintessential sexy guy name.
  4. Adonis:
  5. Aiden:
  6. Ajax:
  7. Alaric:
  8. Alec:

What were popular male names in the 1700s?