It’s always interesting to look at trends in baby names. Over the years, certain names become popular and others fall by the wayside. Various factors can influence the popularity of a name, and cultural changes definitely help to shape our naming customs. In this article, we’ll look back to the Victorian era and discover some of the popular names from that time. If you’re having a baby soon, maybe you’d like to choose a name from this list!
This name is associated with ideas of strength and force. It is also linked to the boar.
This is the female variant of Eberhard.
Like Simon, but different. This name has its origins in the Bible.
A poetic name that conjures up ideas of romance, Larkin can work equally well for a boy or a girl.
A beautiful name that was originally inspired by a Latin American plant.
A magical-sounding name that combines Louise and Ella.
The female version of Otto was very popular in the late 19th century. Nowadays, it’s almost impossible to meet any Ottilies.
You might have known an Agnes or two in your time, but this name is very much associated with older generations. It’s still pretty and deserves a comeback!
Popular in Scandinavian countries, this female version of Alf is very nice and should be used more often.
It might sound a little too much like ‘floss’ but this derivative of ‘Florence’ is still cute.
Another intriguing name that can work equally well for males or females.
There are a lot of Alberts out there, so how about naming your next baby boy Elbert instead?
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