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Popularity Over Time: How Many Girls Have Been Named Brooklyn
This chart illustrates how many Girls were named Brooklyn in the U.S. since 1880.
A few facts about the girl's name Brooklyn:
Records indicate that 64,916 girls in the United States have been named Brooklyn since 1880.
The greatest number of people were given this name in 2011, when 7,115 people in the U.S. were given the name Brooklyn. Those people are now 8 years old.
So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.
Comments about the name Brooklyn
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5 Positive Comments
"An adorable name! Me and my friend both naming our kids that" Aug. 19, 2019:
"there is a girl in my equine science class named brooklyn she is heckin cute and great at cheerleading everyone name your daughter brooklyn" Jan. 30, 2019:
"My three year old is named Brooklyn. We call her brooks for a nickname. Everyone tells us how pretty her name is." Dec. 31, 2006:
"I named my first daughter Brooklyn. I love the name because it means 'beautiful stream' and my name means 'of the sea' and my husbands means 'blue' so it is a mixture of both of us. I think it is also femanine and strong." Oct. 9, 2006:
"My three year old is Brooklyn. People try to call her "Brook" or "Brookie", but she always corrects them!" Sep. 21, 2006:
9 Neutral Comments
"I loved reading that blog entry about Sag Harbor to get some ighsnit not only from the blogger herself, but from her responders. Their viewpoints sum up the contradiction that is Sag Harbor. We certainly can't claim to be the un-Hampton anymore, but there are still enough vestiges of our former charm to delight visitors. The real trick will be to maintain a balance. What will Sag Harbor look like in twenty years if only the wealthy can afford to live here?" Dec. 29, 2012:
"My name is Brooklin with an I. Everyone is naming their girls Brooklyn now though. I thought I was unique! Well i used to be" Jun. 16, 2010:
"I love the name Brooklyn, we are actually considering it for our 3rd child due in a few months. The only problem is how common it has become, I kinda wanted something different, but I do love it." May. 5, 2010:
"my little cousins name is brooklyn jade, love her :)" Jun. 17, 2009:
"My fiancee and I have discussed baby names on many occasions and we love the name Brooklyn. If we ever have a baby girl her name will be Brooklyn Page. I love this name!" Aug. 28, 2008:
"One of the daughters of Seventies disco diva Donna Summer bears this name. As this Brooklyn is grown-up now, she'd probably be ahead of her time as this only recently became a popular girl's name in the U.S., as kind of like the "Florence" of the 2000s (Florence, as in the Italian place name, was hugely popular as a girl's name a century ago but is now NOWHERE in the American top 1,000)." Jun. 4, 2008:
"I want to name my daughter Brooklynn but I can't be certain if I like it enough. I've had alot of mixed reviews with the family. I'm just realizing how trendy it is and I don't like the automatic association with NYC. That's why I want to add another n so it's more like combining Brook and Lynn instead of naming her after the place at least visually. I don't have any other names picked out." Nov. 28, 2007:
"My name is Brooklyn and I used to think it was a unique name unitl every other person I met has a niece named Brooklyn. I guess it was unique when I got it over thirty years ago. When did my name become so popular?" Jul. 10, 2007:
"My name is Brooklyn and last time I checked I was a boy! My mother chose this name because we have a common surname and figured you need an original first name." May. 10, 2007:
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