The most common name in Russia and the world
There is a huge variety of various names,However, people use a very small part of them, choosing the most popular ones. So which is the most common name in the world? Among women, Anna leads the way. It is popular in many countries for a long time. And even if it was not always fashionable, it was sure to be among the top ten leaders.But among the men of the same favorite is notobserved. In recent years, the Internet has flown by the news that the most common name among boys is Muhammad. It's interesting that behind it were Jackie, Thomas, Danielle. In many countries, not only Muslim, but also in Europe, it ranks first in popularity, for example, in England, the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Norway. But not in Russia and the countries of the former Union closest to it.
For several decades, the most commonthe male name in Russia is Alexander. It is followed by Maxim, Dmitry, Daniil, Artem. In the past 2013, Russians most often called their children Artem and Sophia. By the way, Sophia is in the lead in popularity and in America for the last 2 years.
Fashion dictates its rules. She forces women to wear long or short skirts, or may force her to call her daughter Electrification. After 1917, trying to match the era, people came up with many new names. Some are still alive: Kim, Vladlen, Octobrina. Others disappeared because of their cacophony. In the 1970s, the study showed that the most common name in the Union is Nikolai, followed by Alexander and Ivan. By patronymic they established that Ivan was the leader in the previous generation, then Vasily and Nikolay walked. The most popular female names at that time were Maria and Anna.
How to name a baby?
Throughout life, most other wordsa person hears his name. It can determine fate and become a talisman, has its own energy, value. That is why his choice should be taken responsibly. A lot of questions should be taken into consideration. Do not rush to give the baby the most common name, following the fashion. But a rare, exotic can make life difficult for him. If parents think about the future of their child, then it should be taken into account that when traveling, working, studying abroad, a difficult-to-pronounce name will create problems for the owner. It should be harmonious in any language, in harmony with the patronymic and surname. In China, there is already a tradition to call a newborn in two ways: in Chinese and in Western ways. Very convenient for a future life. Another important issue. It should be taken into account the importance of the name in other cultures, whether it bears a negative connotation.
Last year, the Water Snake top 10 for boyswas that: Artem, Alexander, Maxim, Ivan, Michael, Daniel, Dmitry, Andrew, Cyril and Nikita. Perhaps, among them there will be a suitable baby for the future. The most common names of girls of the past year: Sofia, Maria, Anastasia, Daria, Anna, Victoria, Elizabeth, Pauline, Barbara, Catherine. All these options are inherent in positive energy and euphony. They are modern and fashionable.