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Popularity Over Time: How Many Boys Have Been Named Warren
This chart illustrates how many Boys were named Warren in the U.S. since 1880.
A few facts about the boy's name Warren:
Records indicate that 171,783 boys in the United States have been named Warren since 1880.
The greatest number of people were given this name in 1921, when 7,791 people in the U.S. were given the name Warren. Those people are now 99 years old.
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Comments about the name Warren
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10 Positive Comments
"Warren?s have huge penises and are very sexy people. I couldn?t love it more." Jun. 22, 2020:
"Warren is my war war, my little Warrior. Best name besides William and Tanaeya....his older siblings." Nov. 16, 2019:
"The name Warren originated in Bellecombre, Normandy, France.
Willian De Warrenne took the name of the river...La Varrenne which flows through the town. He he had built a castle there the ruins of which still stand. William joined the invasion of 1066 and married the daughter of William the Conqueror. They are entombed in Lewis in Sussex, England where William built a replica castle as to the one in Bellecombre. He formed Lewis Priory and his sons Reigate Priory and castle. In todays value William was worth more than Bill Gates! The Warrens were signitory to the Magna Carts and travelled aboard the Mayflower as a Pilgrim Father to the new world - America. Hence the prominance of the name in New England. Other decendants setteled in Ireland
Warren is a very proud name originating from a small river in Normandy." Jun. 15, 2019:
"Warren is a great name. And, very very easy to pronounce. (Anyone who struggles to pronounce Warren probably struggles with English in general)" Aug. 20, 2018:
"My name is Warren. As a young child, I had a learning disability due to some hearing and visual problems, which were eventually resolved. I was pretty nerdy as a young child, and the name Warren didn't necessarily help in this respect. As I got older however, I feel that I evolved to my name. I sometimes joke that I didn't grow into my name until 30. The good news is that I made it through high school, college and eventually grad. school. My opinion is that Warren is a hard name to grow up with as a kid, but as you grow older it seems to instill a sense of individuality. I can only hope that other boy and girl names will do the same!" Feb. 7, 2017:
"I named my son Warren. He was born in March of 2006. Sweetest little boy ever. Very outgoing, smart, handsome. I think it's a wonderful name. He was named after his dad. Warren was also named after his Grandpa." Jan. 4, 2013:
"Its the best name ever,but sometimes people pronounce it wrong. Thats the only thing bad about it ." Jan. 2, 2011:
"My cousin's name is Warren. I think it's a pretty cool name." Dec. 27, 2007:
"i no a hot guy named warren so it a thumbs up 4 him hottie" Sep. 10, 2006:
"Hey Warren, says my boss a few years back, Do you have a nickname? I just told him that no, but it works every time it's tried. (I respond)" Aug. 5, 2005:
1 Negative Comment
"It's my name, and no one can spell it. I get called "Juan" all the time." Jan. 2, 2008:
9 Neutral Comments
"My name is Warren and I am called Warn for short. Most folks seem to have a problem with pronouncing the two 'r's back to back" Dec. 27, 2019:
"People names Warren are genetically bonded with big dicks" Dec. 27, 2019:
"My name is warren. I love my name, it?s unique, but not so uncommon that people can?t pronounce or spell it. The only problem I have is alphabetical order as my Initials are wz." Jan. 19, 2018:
"My birth name is Warren. The first letter is from my grandfather William which was my intended name per my father. Hwever my cousin was born first & was named William so my parents named me Warren. I started going by Bill at about 13 & some people started calling me William & I use William to avoid confusion. I also got tired of people calling me Juan. From a young age Warren for me didn't feel like the right fit. I felt more like a William & It fits my last name. Funny thing is everybody likes Warren better. My ex wife loves the name Warren & will only call me Warren & an ex girl friend will only call me William instead of Bill, but like Warren the best. It's not easy being me.." Dec. 20, 2016:
"I get called Juan a lot. I like the name & I am proud to have it. It was my mother's family name." May. 2, 2015:
"My Fathers name was Warren. He too was humble, soft spoken, charming, handsome and very well liked. It is a good name. Here on the East coast of the USA, it is rarely mispronounced or spelled incorrectly. I have not met anyone other than my father with this name. His nicknames were "Wa" and "Waskie" when he was young." Oct. 26, 2008:
"I named my son Warren 13 years ago. I almost named him something else, when I saw a then US Secretary of State on TV with this name, he seemed humble, soft spoken, yet carried a huge responsibility at that time - I liked him. After that, I saw Warren Beatty being interviewed, with the same spirit - soft spoken, charming, manly, - I liked him too. It as easy to name my son Warren after these two experiences. I haven't regretted it. He's all that and more at 13!!!
Proud Mom in Barbados, West Indies" May. 7, 2008:
"Warren is a good name, I never got to carry this name, because I was grown in the west indies.
My real name is Andrew Warren, But here I am named something else." Feb. 6, 2008:
"My grandfather's name is warren i had always liked that name because the meaning fit him well. what a masculine name. people that have the name warren or any name should be proude to have it because it is the name that is your idenity for life and it is the name your brith parents gave you so will always have a part of them." Mar. 17, 2006:
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