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A name currently facing that predicament is Genevieve. It was the 76th most popular name for girls from 1914 to 1916, fell out of fashion through the mid-century, but has been steadily rising in popularity since 2004. It’s now the 155th most popular name. Maybe it will jump to the top 10, maybe it’ll stay in this slightly-obscure sweet spot. Even so, trendiness (in the derogatory sense) is subjective. “If a normal person says, ‘I want a name that’s nice, but not too popular,’ I have to remind myself that a normal person’s definition of popular is different than an influencer’s,” Kim says. In other words, they might go with Genevieve. One thing that has quantitatively changed about baby names is how many children have the most popular names. In 1923, five percent of newborn males were given the most popular name at the time, John; in 2021 the most popular name, Liam, was only given to one percent. So while there may be less Liams in the world, it might not feel that way thanks to the sheer number of people we interact with on social media. “30 years ago, you would never know what your college roommate named her baby if you didn’t stay in touch. But now, if you have an internet presence and you’re trying to come across as unique, you’ve got all these other people who are doing the exact same thing,” Kim says. It used to be, as a source in a 2013 New York Times article put it, that “No one wants their kid to be one of 15 Aidens in the kindergarten class.” Now it’s that nobody wants to be one of 15 Cashes on Instagram.
The idea that names follow trend cycles has been growing since 2000, when Harvard sociologist Stanley Leiberson published A Matter of Taste, which argued that “children’s names provide an opportunity to view the pure mechanisms of fashion, unaffected by commercial interests that influence many fashions and tastes.” Some parents feel an underlying anxiety that they’ll choose a name which ages like a peplum top: becomes way too popular, then is just as quickly passé. “The interesting thing is a lot of people will say, ‘I want an older vintage name, but I’m afraid of it skyrocketing in popularity,’” she says. “They want to be the one with the quirky different name, but the problem is, because that’s what everyone’s looking for, that it happens whether you want it to or not.” A 2003 New York Times magazine article rephrases this anxiety from the eyes of a soon-to-be parent. “[Our preferred baby name] seems perched at a precarious point from which it could, without warning, rocket into overuse.”
I think one of the reasons that baby name consultants and the pressures and anxieties around baby names have been written about every few years since 2000 is because it seems like a perfect example of the myopia of social media and the internet. “My child will be unique, dammit,” an imagined parent yells into the void. “Even if that means they have to be named Skyline.” It’s one of those things that is expected for celebrities and public figures; eye-rolling headlines and SEO optimization are good for business. But many people want to be seen and recognized as a unique individual with distinct taste. It was soothing to hear validation that, yes, I seem like someone who would name their baby Margot. There’s an implicit recognition that a baby named Margot would slide seamlessly into my life—a good sign for the future even though there’s absolutely zero guarantee that would be the case.
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