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Vaughn reached Top 400 popularity in the USA from 1947 to 1951


As a Top 500 American male name, Tristan jumped from No. 452 in 1994 to No. 121 in 1995, and in and out of the Top 100 since then


Trevor entered the Top 100 most popular American baby boy names in 1986 and stayed there through 2003


Rihannon fell out of the Top 500 the most popular American baby girl names in 2002; by 2008, it was no longer in the Top 1000


Rhonda was a consistent Top 100 American baby girl name from 1952 to 1975, peaking at No. 37 in 1965


Rhys first showed up in the Top 1000 American baby boy in 2004 at No. 940, peaking at No. 475 in 2012


Rhodri and Roderick are sometimes said to be variations of each other. Although the meanings are similar, the origin of each name is quite different.


In 2016, 380 American baby boys were named Reese and 474 were named Reece


Powell only made the Top 1000 American male names once: in 1891 at No. 936.


Owen entered the Top 100 American baby boy names for the first time in 2002. In 2016, it was No. 23


Nia was quite popular as a Top 1000 American baby girl name in the 1990s, rising from No. 863 in 1990 to its peak at No. 307 in 2000


The f in Myfanwy is pronounced as though it were a v, although the f sound is used for the nickname Myf

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