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City Baby Names

Babies Named After Cities

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Updated January 23, 2014

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City baby names, naming your baby after a city, is actually fairly popular. Some families do it to celebrate a connection like a birth place or even a place of conception. Other people simply like the name. In fact, some of the names on this list are probably rarely thought of as city names anymore when it comes to naming your baby. Here are some of the most common city baby names (with state, gender, rank):

  • Madison (Wisconsin, Female, 5)
  • Elizabeth (New Jersey, Female, 10)
  • Savannah (Georgia, Female, 30)
  • Jackson (Mississippi, Male, 33)
  • Mason (Ohio, Male, 37)
  • Austin (Texas, Male, 48)
  • Charlotte (North Carolina, Female, 102)
  • Cody (Wyoming, Male, 120)
  • Cheyenne (Wyoming, Female, 148)
  • Alexandria (Virginia, Female, 164)
  • Trenton (New Jersey, Male, 177)
  • Lincoln (Nebraska, Male, 224)
  • Mitchell (South Dakota, Male, 304)
  • Aurora (Illinois, Female, 317)
  • Dallas (Texas, Male, 340)
  • Easton (Maryland, Male, 351)
  • Kingston (New York, Male, 355)
  • Orlando (Florida, Male, 368)
  • Lawrence (Kansas, Male , 392)
  • Chandler (Arizona, Male, 430)
  • Dayton (Ohio, Male, 512)
  • Warren (Michigan, Male, 514)
  • Frederick (Maryland, Male, 531)
  • Helena (Montana, Female, 535)
  • Boston (Massachusetts, Male, 619)
  • Eugene (Oregon, Male, 678)
  • Gilbert (Arizona, Male, 679)
  • Campbell (California, Female, 739)
  • Memphis (Tennessee, Male, 786)
  • Houston (Texas, Male, 831)
  • Phoenix (Arizona, Male or Female)
  • Logan (Utah, Male or Female)

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