The last time Sylvester was in the Top 500 American baby boy names was in 1971
Syed’s highest rank in the Top 1000 American male names was in 2000 at No. 754. It fell off the list after 2003.
Sven was the 13th most popular male name in Sweden in 2013, where sometimes it is given as a compound name, as in Sven-Ole, etc.
In India, the peak of popularity for the name Sunil (pron. Soo-neel) was in the 1980s
Stuart dropped out of the Top 500 American baby boy names in 1995. By 2004, it dropped out of the Top 1000 altogether
43 American baby boys were named Stratton in 2010, 8 less than in 2009
164 American baby boys were named Stone in 1995, causing its first appearance in the Top 1000 American baby boy names at No. 842
The height of Stig’s popularity as a male given name in Finland was during the 1940s and 50s
Stewart fell out of Top 500 American baby boy names in 1979 and last appeared in the Top 1000 names at No. 992 in 1998
Steven reached its apex as the tenth most popular American baby boy name in every year between 1955 and 1961
Lacey (Hearns) was the given name of a man who competed in the 1904 Olympics
Delaney is a unisex given name but a lot more common as a surname
In the USA, Rosario appeared in the Top 1000 popular female names in all but 6 years between 1937 and 1979. Its best year was 1953 at No. 742.
There were never more than 5 American girls named Bathsheba in any year until 1951, when the popular movie “David and Bathsheba” came out.