Baby-Naming Trends of the Past

January 8, 2015 § Leave a comment

What’s that they say?
“Everything old is new again.”
“There is nothing new under the sun.”
“History repeats itself.”
“What goes around, comes around.”

It all seems so appropriate for the subject of naming trends. We even have an early 19th century preference for “K” names to thank for making “Katherine” (and it’s nickname, “Katie” / “Katy“) more common than “Catherine“!

Click through to the article for more baby-naming trends that aren’t as modern as we might think!

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