Naming a baby is one of the most important decisions that parents make. What are your kid’s nickname or initials going to be? How popular or unpopular is the name you’d like to choose? Millennial parents of the 21st century are bombarded with questions on their minds before they come up with the name of their baby. In this article, you will learn the 10 baby names that millennial parents don’t choose anymore. Check them out below.
Baby Girl Names
Oh! Carol, We Won’t Be Fool
If you’re familiar with the song Oh! Carol by Neil Sedaka, chances are high that you love listening to old songs. The same thing with the name Carol, it’s classy but old. The name Carol was once popular among girls born in festive or Christmas season, but it hasn’t been that famous since the 21st century.
Carol Alt attends FIT Annual Gala at The Plaza Hotel
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The name Carol is of English Origin, and it means song or melody. It is often associated with Christmas carols. It became popular during the 1920s to 1940s, and 1960s to 1970s, when Carol Burnett and Carole Lombard was widely known in the US entertainment industry.
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