Baby Boy and Girl Names That Can Be Extinct

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This year, "K" names for both boys and girls may go away, which will disappoint the Kardashians.


Khalid, Kameron, Kane, Kyle, Kobe, Kenzie, Kira, and Katherine are all names that are expected to become less common. Kian is also cut in 2023.

In 2022, Hayden fell to 487. It's hard to say why Hayden's time is over.


In 2013, Ariyah became well-known. The name, which means "lion," is becoming less popular, according to the data. This classy name fell 129 places in 2022, to No. 449.


Parents of newborn boys are turning down this name because it doesn't fit either gender. In 2022, Rory went from 122nd to 459th. Rory means "red king" in Irish.


Wade means "at the crossing of the river." This name is still one of the top 1,000 names for boys in the U.S. Wade got to No. 183 in 1966.


Kate has a lot to offer. The name is well-known because it comes from "The Taming of the Shrew" by Shakespeare and Kate Middleton. In 2022, Kate fell 130 spots to No. 503.


I think that old names are becoming more popular and making a comeback.


In 2016, Teagan was one of the top 150 girls. In 2022, Teagan fell to No. 354. After Teagen's fall, other names that don't specify a gender will do well.


Nehemiah, whose Hebrew name means "God comforts," may be taken off the market in 2023. In 2022, Nehemiah fell 104 places on the trending chart and landed at number 492.


Characters from "Charmed" and "Pretty Little Liars" made Paige more well-known. In the early 2000s, the name got as high as No. 47.


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