A is for Andrew, B is for Brian, C is for Christopher? Not anymore.
The ABCs of baby names have changed. Once it was Ann, Barbara and Carol. Today it’s Ava, Brooklyn and Charlotte. And tomorrow?
A story of a one-of-a-kind literary name.
What did unisex names look like a century ago? Prepare for a baby name list like no other.
As more girls’ names return from the dead, they point in a new direction.
The furniture giant’s baby name catalog is a marketing triumph. But what about the names?
I’ve made a discovery about superheroes’ secret identities, and I owe it all to Lizzo.
A new film shines a spotlight on this made-in-America name in all its myths and meanings.
Parents are choosing surprising new names from old sources, challenging our whole notion of “traditional names.”
One of America’s most familiar names is gone—and it’s not alone.