How millennial is your name?
If you’re named Jessica or Michael, there’s a good chance you’re a millennial. That’s according to the experts over at Nameberry.
Just recently, Nameberry co-founder Pamela Redmond Satran shared the site’s tabulation of the names of all babies born from 1982 to 2004. These years are the widely considered boundary years for the millennial generation.
Satran told Good Morning America:
“No one before has quantitatively analyzed the names that define this much-discussed generation. They’re names that, with the exception of classics like Elizabeth and James, were not often used before the millennials and won’t be used again for 100 years, as millennial parents name their own children Emma instead of Amanda, Mason rather than Michael.”
According to Nameberry, the reason Michael was very popular was because it appealed to people as both modern and traditional at the same time. Here’s the top 20 list for millennial male names:
The list of millennial names for girls are a mix of classic (like Elizabeth and Emily) and trendy (like Kayla and Amber) choices. Here’s the top 20 list for millennial girl names:
Other generations also had their top name choices: John and Mary for The Greatest Generation, and Linda and Gary for the Baby Boomers.
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