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#1 Brynn.Elizabeth


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Posted 15 December 2019 - 12:32 PM

The bakery next to my apartment complex is also a gallery space with rotating monthly exhibitions and this month, their featured artists are all elementary-aged students. It's always interesting to me to see what the current generation is being named and I was pretty intrigued by the diversity of the name set (no repeats, and no domination of one type of name over others). 


What names stand out to you all the most? I definitely did a double-take at Braven, Brystle, and Ocean myself!


Common: Alivia, Amelia, Ashton, Audrey, Bella, Brian, Brooklyn, Carri, Carter, Casey, Christopher, Eli, Ellie, Emily, Evelyn, Henry, Hunter, Isaiah, Ivy, Jackson, JJ, Leo, Manny, Mason, Noah, Olivia, Quentin, Savannah, Sophia, Vanessa, Victor, Wyatt 


Offbeat: Adi, Adler, Adora, Amari, Amira, Amiyah, Andres, Arianna, Cora, Dominic, Easton, Elanna, Fiona, Geanna, Harmony, Jada, Justice, Lizz, London, Kira, Koral, Lillianna, Naomi, Niko, Ocean, Priscilla, Valeria 


Trendy: Ayden, Bayley, Braven, Briley, Cadence, Caylei, Hailey, Jace, Jaden, Kaylin, Kinley, Makaela, Makenzie, Miley, Rhylee, Riley, Zayden 


Very Unique: Aleo, Brystle, Celian, Dakanni, Donell, Empress/Kaliyah, Jaysiah, J’Leonna, Kalael, Khamya, Kina, K’Jon, Kyshon, La’Mya, Lenaye, Na’Ryah, Rae’Jon, Samarri, Samiya, Sammii, Shanyra, Sykie, Syriah, T’Keyah, Treyvonte, U’Mya, Vanceletta, Xaiveon

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