Trends used to be about specific names. Today’s name trends are something different.
America’s top-10 list of popular baby names paints a portrait of cultural continuity. And it’s a lie.
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.