Lynn was a consistent Top 100 American baby girl name between 1946 and 1968
Lydia re-entered the Top 100 American baby girl names in 2011 at No. 96 – for the first time since 1899
In 2013, 108 American baby girls were named Lupita, 34 more than Guadalupe, the name it is a diminutive of.
Luna made its first appearance in the Top 1000 American female names in 2003 at No. 890. By 2012, it was No. 223.
Lulu was a very popular American baby girl name in the late 1800s, but steadily declined in popularity in the 20th century
Luisa was last seen in the top 1000 American baby girl names in 2006 at No. 998
Saint Ludmila is a Czech saint who was the grandmother of “Good King” Wenceslaus, who is also a saint
Ludivine was a Top 500 female name in France in 2012, coming in at No. 357
After 1924, Lucy fell out of the American Top 100 baby girl names, but in 2010, it climbed back in at No. 75
Fairly popular in the 19th century, Lucretia permanently left the Top 500 American girl names after 1892.
Brooklyn is part of the popular trend of naming babies after places.
33 American baby boys were named Dudley in 1900, when the name tied with 8 others names with 33 births, including General, King, Houston and Lacy
Re-emerging in the Top 1000 American baby names in 1998 at No. 942, Hazel climbed all the way up to No. 157 by 2013
Rolf’s highest rank in popular USA baby boy names was in 1960 at No. 771