Below the Top 1000, Part 45 (Girls)

We’re finally at the last post of this series.  The way the American data works, you can only see names that were used 5 or more times in a year…and we’re at that minimum.  What’s more, the 2016 data comes out this Friday (yay)!  For fun, I suggest looking back through these posts and guessing which names rise or fall.

For this very last selection of names Below the Top 1000 in 2015, girls’ names used just 5 times!  As always, the Social Security Administration is my source.

  • 5 girls: Adelis, Adesire, Adonai, Adorable, Aelita, Aelyn, Aeowyn, Agathe, Ahsoka, Aia, Ajournee, Aksa, Alaria, Albana, Ale, Aljoharah, Almadelia, Almudena, Aloe, Amabella, Amadea, Amarely, Ameline, Amillion, Amorina, Amyrical, Anandi, Andjela, Aniyahlee, Anjanette, Annaleia, Annaline, Anova, Antheia, Anuoluwapo, Anwyn, Apsara, Aquinnah, Araminta, Arena, Ariday, Arisbel, Aseret, Ashiah, Ashlynd, Aspasia, Atiyah, Attica, Aulii, Australia, Avalise, Aviance, Aviary, Azmariah, Baleria, Beautyful, Belia, Belize, Bellatrix, Berta, Bertie, Bethia, Betselot, Beverley, Biftu, Blessen, Bly, Breck, Brita, Bryasia, Busra, Cabela, Calvary, Calyx, Cameo, Candida, Capella, Carola, Cascia, Cassiana, Celinda, Ceres, Chamille, Choice, Chrysanthemum, Claiborne, Cliona, Clodagh, Clotilde, Concetta, Constantina, Coralina, Corinthia, Czarina, Dagmar, Dakaria, Daleth, Daneen, Darianys, Dejanique, Delancey, Delphina, Dessence, Desta, Diary, Digna, Dilma, Dilpreet, Doria, Dotty, Dwija, Eilonwy, Elanore, Elisiana, Eliska, Elleny, Elna, Elwyn, Elzbieta, Empryss, Emuna, Ernestine, Escarleth, Euna, Evgenia, Evin, Evora, Exie, Exodus, Fairy, Fate, Federica, Fergie, Fermina, Fiamma, Fina, Fira, Fotini, France, Gatsby, Geeta, Gethsemani, Giovannina, Gold, Greenly, Guillermina, Gurseerat, Gwenevieve, Happy, Harleequinn, Harumi, Havanah, Haviland, Helia, Heliana, Hermila, Hibo, Hinako, Ibeth, Ilda, Independence, Indika, Indu, Inge, Ingris, Intisar, Io, Ireri, Ismary, Israelle, Itzamar, Jadeline, Jadis, Jamesa, Jaydaliz, Jazzy, Jedidah, Jennabelle, Jessabel, Jocabed, Joleigha, Joules, Joviana, Judaea, Julicia, Juwairiyah, Kamiko, Kasha, Kehinde, Kekeli, Kenasia, Keshayla, Kessley, Kindred, Kirklyn, Kjerstin, Klowie, Kressida, Lehua, Leonarda, Leonella, Lilas, Lissy, Lizmar, Lochlynn, Lovisa, Ludmila, Ludovica, Lunabelle, Lunden, Luziana, Lynx, Lysette, Madrid, Maekayla, Maleficent, Maranatha, Marcellina, Mariabella, Mariadejesus, Mariadelcarmen, Marigny, Marisabel, Marishka, Marixa, Mercury, Merjem, Mialuna, Michella, Michi, Mieke, Mikhaila, Milca, Minori, Monasia, Monterey, Morenike, Moria, Mosley, Muireann, Nathanaelle, Nation, Natori, Nebraska, Neelah, Neleh, Nelliel, Nerissa, Nevena, Nieves, Nike, Nilufer, Nix, Nneka, Oakland, Ocie, Okalani, Oleta, Olinda, Olivine, Olwyn, Omariana, Pagan, Pahola, Palin, Palyn, Panagiota, Paraskevi, Parvina, Paulita, Paxley, Paylee, Peony, Pfeiffer, Pink, Pistol, Pooja, Portland, Praylee, Prisma, Qiana, Quintessa, Raielle, Rally, Ramsey, Reality, Rebyl, Rehab*, Remedios, Reminisce, Rickelle, Rigel, Righteous, Rim, Rokiatou, Rosaisela, Saily, Sakeenah, Salsabeel, Samuela, Santiana, Sebastiana, Serendipity, Setareh, Sevilla, Shade, Shakhzoda, Sharleez, Sher, Simbo, Skyland, Snezhana, Sojourner, Solimar, Sophonie, Sparkle, Starlight, Stellaluna, Suetta, Susy, Synnove, Tabor, Tamila, Tamriel, Theda, Toula, Treva, Trillium, Trishelle, Troian, Tsering, Tuba, Unica, Valli, Varina, Verbena, Vladislava, Whittley, Worthy, Xiadani, Xochiquetzal, Xyliana, Yarizmar, Yazbeth, Yukiko, Yuzu, Yvelisse, Zabella, Zabelle, Zealand, Zephora, Zinachimdi, Ziza, Zolie, Zophie, Zynique

*I checked.  There were indeed 5 girls named Rehab

What do you think of these names?  Let me know in the comments!  And finally, thank you for reading this series.  The name-spotting is fun, and the conversation even better. 🙂

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