Top 10 African American Baby Names

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    black babyNames are an interesting topic. There are sometimes knock down drag out arguments when a new baby comes into the world over what his or her name should be. A given name  or first name is purposefully given, usually by a child’s parents at or near birth. Last week ‘s announcement of the most popular baby names has inspired us  to take a look at the Top 20 baby names  for African Americans.The Social Security Administration, which tracks baby names in the U.S., announced the top baby names of 2010 exclusively on “The Today Show” last week.

    Here are the names that were announced:

    Girls Boys
    1. Isabella 1. Jacob
    2. Sophia 2. Ethan
    3. Emma 3. Michael
    4. Olivia 4. Jayden
    5. Ava 5. William
    6. Emily 6. Alexander
    7. Abigail 7. Noah
    8. Madison 8. Daniel
    9. Chloe 9. Aiden
    10. Mia 10. Anthony

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    If you feel left out of this list no worries, because here is a list of the most popular African American names:

    Girls Boys
    1.Beyonce 1.Demarco
    2.Jayla 2.Dion
    3.Ayana 3.Chikae
    4.Zari 4.Deion
    5.Laqueta 5.Malik
    6.Aisha 6.Darius
    7.Kimani 7.Deon
    8. Kayla 8.Demond
    9.Shaniqua 9.Elon
    10.Imani 10.Taye

    In most European (and Europe-derived) cultures, the first name usually comes before the family name (though generally not in lists and catalogs), and so is known as a forename or first name; but the family name traditionally comes first in Hungary, Romania, parts of Africa and most of East Asia (e.g. China, Japan, Korea and Vietnam). In East Asia, even part of the given name may be shared among all members of a given generation in a family and the family’s extensions, to differentiate those generations from other generations.

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