300 Popular Baby Names Ending in A, N, and Y
You can be on the lookout for names that end in particular letters while considering what to call your newborn. The most well-liked endings are A, N, and Y. This gives you the option of blending the name with the child’s last name or siblings’ names. Being aware that the popularity of these three letter endings (A, N, Y) for names varies greatly between the sexes may help you when matching the end letters for boy/girl twins.
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Seven of the top 10 girl’s names according to the Social Security Administration (SSA) of the United States finish in A, while Evelyn ends in N. The Y does not appear until Emily at position 18 in the list. Boy names that end in N are substantially more prevalent than those that end in A or Y. The most popular names with the letter N are Benjamin, Logan, Mason, and Ethan. Henry, at number 9, and Anthony, at number 41, are the two most popular Y names.
If none of the popular options appeal to you, think about the possibility that you might be calling William or Thomas “Billy.” Riley and Avery are examples of popular boy names that end in Y that are gender-neutral and show up on lists for both boys and girls.
There are just eight male names ending in A on the SSA 2020 top 1,000 list of boy names, with Ezra being the most popular boy name ending in A and ranking number 41. Your selections will include names that are more original than those of their contemporaries.
You need look no further than Noah and Elijah, which are in the top 10 most popular male names, if you are content with the “ah” sound rather than being picky about the name ending in A.
1 Biblical male names with the -ah ending include those two as well as Isaiah, Josiah, Jeremiah, Micah, Jonah, Nehemiah, and Zachariah.
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