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=^•^= NO, OD, France 36426 posts
May 11th '13

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aul5rjpfI_qvdFJrVzU5SzdIS3NSSUptSktoQW8telE#gid=0
If you add up the number of Lily/Lillian/Liliana's born in 2011 compared to Sophia, its only a 3000 difference. Lily outranks Isabella!
26990 "Lily's", 29260 Sophia's and 23108 Isabella's.




And that is not even adding up how many Lilith's there are or made up names like Lilibelle (yes I know one).

MontanaMadness 2 kids; Small Town, MT, United States 4536 posts
May 12th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Future Hapa Mama-15 Weeks:</b>" Isabelle/Isabella. What's yours?"</blockquote>




If I see one more girl named sophia I am going to puke.

Eli&Elliot's Mommy! 2 kids; Brooklyn, New York 2109 posts
May 12th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting linsα:</b>" Im so tired of Lily. So so soooooo tired of seeing Lilys. I know at least 20 born in the last four years, ... [snip!] ... Emily, you realize you are making your kids the Jennifer or Jessica of this generation? You know how hated those names are lol."</blockquote>




Tell me about it... SILs kids names are lily Lillian and Lina

mɑκαnɑni ~, OO, United States 75952 posts
May 12th '13
Quoting linsα:" I don't believe it, or that you can get an actual rank on Lily/Lilly considering most if not all Lillian's ... [snip!] ... Lylie (7), Lyli (6), Lyllie (6), Lylli (5), Lille (5). Lilian at 33 and Liliana at 57. It's more overused then Sophia imo. "


Lilia is the name I'm talking about. The highest it's ever been in 125 years is 700-something, and that was in 1928.

.bread.head. 1 child; Nevada 2482 posts
May 12th '13

Kiara or any other variant of that name is getting pretty popular, and I honestly have no idea why. IMO, it's a bad name that won't age well.



Also, every name that my mother suggested that I name my daughter 3 years ago, is now way overrated... Olivia, Emma, Nevaeh, Lilly.

Rob's Living Dead Girl Royersford, Pennsylvania 4304 posts
May 12th '13

If I have to go by factual evidence, then probably Lily, Nevaeh, and Aubrey/Aubree/Aubrie.



But if I were to state what I feel, I think the overly classic names can often be equally overrated.

MontanaMadness 2 kids; Small Town, MT, United States 4536 posts
May 12th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Rick.Grimes:</b>" Kiara or any other variant of that name is getting pretty popular, and I honestly have no idea why. IMO, ... [snip!] ... every name that my mother suggested that I name my daughter 3 years ago, is now way overrated... Olivia, Emma, Nevaeh, Lilly. "</blockquote>




Haha that is my daughters name and I love it

=^•^= NO, OD, France 36426 posts
May 12th '13
Quoting mαkαnαni:" Lilia is the name I'm talking about. The highest it's ever been in 125 years is 700-something, and that was in 1928."



I've never cared for Lilia or Liliya. I would prefer to see them over Lillian but they still fall into the Lily category that I can't stand.

mɑκαnɑni ~, OO, United States 75952 posts
May 12th '13
Quoting linsα:" I've never cared for Lilia or Liliya. I would prefer to see them over Lillian but they still fall into the Lily category that I can't stand. "


Ha. I'm the opposite. I think it's prettier than any of the Lilian names.

Anna5 Virginia 1025 posts
Jun 8th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting mαkαnαni:</b>" Ha. I'm the opposite. I think it's prettier than any of the Lilian names."</blockquote>




I've always loved Lillia.

624582 Neilton, Washington 9312 posts
Jun 8th '13

McKenzie. I see it a lot, I just can't get on board with it. And Addison...and pretty much everything with Lyn/Lynn at the end.

mɑκαnɑni ~, OO, United States 75952 posts
Jun 8th '13
Quoting Zanne6:" <blockquote><b>Quoting mαkαnαni:</b>" Ha. I'm the opposite. I think it's prettier than any of the Lilian names."</blockquote> I've always loved Lillia."


I think we've got it picked out for a second girl.