Baby names that start with M are more popular for girls than for boys. A full 10 percent of the Top 1,000 Baby Girl Names begin with this letter, while just about seven percent of the most popular boy names do. (The number next to each name indicates its rank on the popularity charts.)
The Social Security Administration has recorded baby names since 1880. The names that were popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s look significantly different than today's trendy monikers. Perhaps one of these antique gems will find its way into your family tree?
As your little one enters school, he or she is likely to encounter these trendy classmate names, which are working their way up the popularity charts.
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