Distinctive Baby Names from New Hampshire

New Hampshire is a state of many firsts. It was the first colony to declare it's independence from Great Britian, its delegates were the first to vote for the Decleration of Indepenedence, it still uses its original state constitution that was ratified in 1784, and it is home to the first public library, which was founded in 1833. New Hampshire parents often choose distinctive and unique names for their children. You will find Lucien and Emile at the top of lists of popular boy names and Germaine and Arline on the lists of popular girl names.

Popular

Boy Names

Map of the Popularity of Normand

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16. Roger
17. Colin
18. Aidan
19. Cameron
20. Liam
21. Bruce
22. Ian
23. Shawn
24. Benjamin
25. Scott
26. Derek
27. Brady
28. Ryan
29. Trevor
30. Philip

Girl Names

Map of the Popularity of Cecile

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Less Common but Unique to NH

Boy Names

Map of the Popularity of Lucien

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Girl Names

Map of the Popularity of Laurette

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Modern

Boy Names

Map of the Popularity of Colby

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Girl Names

Map of the Popularity of Meghan

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Classic

Boy Names

Map of the Popularity of Normand

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16. Leo
17. Brendan
18. Peter
19. Norman
20. Seth
21. Roger
22. Ian
23. Bruce
24. Shawn
25. Derek
26. Philip
27. Tyler
28. Scott
29. Jonathan
30. Corey

Girl Names

Map of the Popularity of Laurette

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The data is taken from births that occurred in the United States after 1879. From 1880 to 1936, all births may not be included in the original data set.