In 1900, Yvonne was the 7th most popular name in France
Vernon was continuously in the Top 100 American baby boy names between 1908 and 1937
Verne was often a nickname for boys named LaVerne until the La was dropped altogether
Tyson ranked No. 237 as a popular American male name in two consecutive years: 2009 and 2010
Travis was Top 100 popular in the United States between 1970 and 1998
5 American baby boys were named Travers in 2012. An equal number were named Corrado, and another 5 were named Mercury.
Thierry surged to the No. 1 most popular male name in France in the mid-1960s in France due to the popularity of the TV series Thierry la Fronde
The feast day for Thibault in France is on July 8
Terrell was a consistent Top 500 American baby boy name from 1965 through 2005
Suzette was most popular between 1962 and 1968, always in the Top 400 American baby girl names, peaking at No. 341 in 1967
Mary was No. 1 in the USA from 1880 to 1946. Linda took over from 1947 until 1952, then Mary came back from 1953 to 1961.
Eudora has never ranked in the Top 500 USA baby girl names. Its highest rank was in 1891 at No. 631
Flemming is the common spelling in Denmark. In the USA, it’s Fleming
Hildegarde came closest to the Top 500 American baby girl names in 1901, when it peaked at No. 565