Tonya was a Top 100 American baby girl name between 1966 and 1980
Tatiana made its first appearance in the Top 1000 American baby girl names in 1980, and peaked at No. 213 in 1999
Tasha was a Top 200 American baby girls between 1979 and 1986, peaking at No. 130 in 1980
Tanya was a Top 100 American baby girl name between 1969 through 1981
Sonya was popular enough between 1963 and 1977 to consistently stay in the Top 200 American baby girl names
It’s safe to say that the name Oxana will never catch on in the USA. The spelling Oksana is preferred to avoid the nickname Ox.
In 2011, 27 American girls were named Oksana, 3 more than the previous year, according to the SSA’s annual statistics
Hurricane Igor (2010) was the most destructive tropical cyclone to strike the Canadian island of Newfoundland on record
In the USA, 104 baby boys were named Demetri in 2012; 53 were named Dmitri and 18 were named Dmitry
Anton was most popular in the USA in 1880 when it was the 171st most popular male name. It never ranked higher than that.
A Top 500 American baby girl name from 1955 to 2006, Katrina’s popularity declined because of its association with the devastating hurricane that struck New Orleans in 2005
Hildegarde came closest to the Top 500 American baby girl names in 1901, when it peaked at No. 565
in 2011, 69 American baby girls were named Pia, 12 more than in 2010
120 American babies were named Edwina in 1969, the last time the name was in the Top 1000 popular baby names