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Parents Naming Their Kids After States-Cities

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American parents are naming their kids after U.S. states and capital cities. According to records from the Social Security Administration, here are some of the more popular names of states and cities given to children in 2019:
States:
– Alabama (10 girls)
– Alaska (46 girls)
– Arizona (125 girls, five boys)
– California (13 girls)
– Carolina (749 girls)
– Dakota (1,264 girls, 959 boys)
– Georgia (1,467 girls)
– Indiana (104 girls, 83 boys)
– Kansas (25 girls, five boys)
– Montana (120 girls, 110 boys)
– Nevada (21 girls, seven boys)
– Tennessee (32 girls, 17 boys)
– Texas (11 boys)
– Utah (seven boys)
– Virginia (567 girls)
– Washington (10 boys)
Capitals
– Montgomery (24 girls, 183 boys)
– Juneau (14 girls, 10 boys)
– Phoenix (1,017 girls, 1,399 boys)
– Denver (300 girls, 419 boys)
– Boston (52 girls, 448 boys)
– Jackson (26 girls, 10,102 boys)
– Lincoln (182 girls, 7,432 boys)
– Trenton (512 boys)
– Raleigh (160 girls, 99 boys)
– Salem (372 girls, 235 boys)
– Pierre (183 boys)
– Nashville (five boys)
– Austin (160 girls, 4,369 boys)
– Olympia (71 girls)
– Madison (6,269 girls, 31 boys)
– Cheyenne (624 girls, 11 boys)

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