Appendix:Most popular given names in the 2000s in the United States

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These are the most popular given names of newborns in the United States for all years of the 2000s.

2000[edit]

2001[edit]

  • Males
    1. Jacob
    2. Michael
    3. Matthew
    4. Joshua
    5. Christopher
    6. Nicholas
    7. Andrew
    8. Joseph
    9. Daniel
    10. William
  • Females
    1. Emily
    2. Madison
    3. Hannah
    4. Ashley
    5. Alexis
    6. Sarah
    7. Samantha
    8. Abigail
    9. Elizabeth
    10. Olivia

2002[edit]

  • Males
    1. Jacob
    2. Michael
    3. Joshua
    4. Matthew
    5. Ethan
    6. Andrew
    7. Joseph
    8. Christopher
    9. Nicholas
    10. Daniel
  • Females
    1. Emily
    2. Madison
    3. Hannah
    4. Emma
    5. Alexis
    6. Ashley
    7. Abigail
    8. Sarah
    9. Samantha
    10. Olivia

2003[edit]

  • Males
    1. Jacob
    2. Michael
    3. Joshua
    4. Matthew
    5. Andrew
    6. Joseph
    7. Ethan
    8. Daniel
    9. Christopher
    10. Anthony
  • Females
    1. Emily
    2. Emma
    3. Madison
    4. Hannah
    5. Olivia
    6. Abigail
    7. Alexis
    8. Ashley
    9. Elizabeth
    10. Samantha

2004[edit]

  • Males
    1. Jacob
    2. Michael
    3. Joshua
    4. Matthew
    5. Ethan
    6. Andrew
    7. Daniel
    8. William
    9. Joseph
    10. Christopher
  • Females
    1. Emily
    2. Emma
    3. Madison
    4. Olivia
    5. Hannah
    6. Abigail
    7. Isabella
    8. Ashley
    9. Samantha
    10. Elizabeth

2005[edit]

Information retrieved from [1]

  • Males
    1. Jacob
    2. Michael
    3. Joshua
    4. Matthew
    5. Ethan
    6. Andrew
    7. Daniel
    8. Anthony
    9. Christopher
    10. Joseph
  • Females
    1. Emily
    2. Emma
    3. Madison
    4. Abigail
    5. Olivia
    6. Isabella
    7. Hannah
    8. Samantha
    9. Ava
    10. Ashley

References[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ National Geographic. Janurary 2007 issue. Geography:"Whats in a Name?"