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Popularity Over Time: How Many Girls Have Been Named Arthur
This chart illustrates how many Girls were named Arthur in the U.S. since 1880.
A few facts about the girl's name Arthur:
Records indicate that 1,138 girls in the United States have been named Arthur since 1880.
The greatest number of people were given this name in 1928, when 93 people in the U.S. were given the name Arthur. Those people are now 89 years old.
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Comments about the name Arthur
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1 Positive Comment
"My mom is named "Authur Ree" she was born in 1929. Growing up, people would call the house and ask to speak to Mr. Authur Ree Murry. It bothered me at first, but I began to love the uniqueness, because it fit her perfectly, she is a very unique person." Sep. 15, 2017:
2 Neutral Comments
"Even though Arthur G-6 the robot in a Power Rangers-like program in Japan called Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman (Earth Squadron Fiveman) in 1990 was male, that same robot was voiced by Japanese actress Rica Matsumoto, the same voice actress for Satoshi in the anime program Pokenom (known as Pocket Monsters in the U.S. - and Satoshi's name was now Ash)." Aug. 31, 2009:
"While generally in the boys' camp and usually considered grandad-ish as a male name, perhaps a little girl named Arthur wouldn't go a miss. It's probably because the word "author" for a writer is nowadays gender-neutral (in place of the earlier "authoress" which only ever indicated women writers and which is still used on rare occasions for such people). Mind you, a little girl named Arthur when she grows up wouldn't decide if she was Arthur or Martha at all, would she? So perhaps it would be wise to consider Martha instead (unless you think that's a bit old ladyish, as in Martha Clark Kent from the Superman stories, to be used at the moment)." May. 17, 2008:
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