D is for the letter that starts some of the hottest names in 2022. It’s also a word that means “a natural force or agency regarded as having power to produce change.” I guess this should be no surprise, then, given all the changes happening around us. In fact, it can be difficult to keep up with all these trends and developments! Which is why we compiled our annual D Trend Report. In this report, you’ll find 12 of the hottest names that start with D. You’ll learn some interesting facts about each name and what trends they represent for 2022: Death penalty – The death penalty is a sentence given by a court to someone who’s been convicted of murder or other crimes. In America, capital punishment was allowed as an option in cases of first degree murder until 1976 when it was abolished by law. However, the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the policy in 1977 and since then 38 states have legally practiced capital punishment (as well as seven countries). So how will this impact on future generations? And why are so many people against abolishing it entirely? Read our article to find out!
D was a big letter in the 20th century, and it looks like it’s still going strong. Some of our favorite D names are:
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This list can go on for days, but these 12 all start with D and we think they have what it takes to make the cut as some of the most popular first names when baby name lists come out two decades from now! What do you think? Comment below or share this post if you agree that these twelve letters should be trending in 2022! Be sure to follow us on social media so that you don’t miss any future articles about trends for kids’ names.
Diana (G)andy Jr. These 12 all start with D and we think they have what it takes to make the cut as some of the most popular first names when baby name lists come out two decades from now! What do you think? Comment below or share this post if you agree that these twelve letters should be trending in 2022! Be sure to follow us on social media so that you don’t miss any future articles about trends for kids’ names. “Now let’s take a look at the trends for girls’ names. I think we’ll see Dora and Dana becoming more popular in 2022 ..” Debbie (D)ecker Jr., “You might recognize these first names from the 2018 Top 100 List of most popular baby girl names, but they’re about to get a lot hotter! Take a look at all 12 Hollywood women who are expecting babies this year that have one of these twelve trendy letters as their first name.”
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The 2018 D Trend Report: 12 Hottest Names for 2022
A new report from the PNRA (Professional Name Registrar Association) shows that some of the most popular names starting with “D” are David, Daniela, Danielle and Dalton. The rest of this post will explore each name in detail so you can make an informed decision about what would be best for your baby-to-be’s future. David – A classic masculine name meaning “beloved”, which is a perfect moniker to call one’s son or daughter who will always have their parents’ love no matter how they turn out. This name was #15 on the top 100 list last year after being ranked outside of it since 1997! It was also ranked as #17 in the top 100 list of 1990. Daniela – A feminine name meaning “God is my judge” or “one who judges wisely”, which seems to be a fitting moniker for any baby girl whose parents hope that they will grow up into someone smart and trustworthy. This name was ranked at #88 on last year’s PNRA Top 100 List, but has been outside of it since 2009.
This variation of Daniel from Hebrew origin means, “God is my judge” or “One who judges wisely.” It came in at number 88 on the 2018 PNRA Top 100 List after being out of the ranking since 2009.
Dalton- The first word is probably familiar to any parent who has watched their toddler running around the house yelling “daddy!” while looking for their father. Dalton is an English surname meaning someone from a town in Cumberland or North Yorkshire, as well as a Hebrew origin name that means “son of Dalt”. This unisex-leaning male first appeared on last year’s PNRA Top 100 List at #34 and was ranked outside of it since 2011.
This common boy’s name means son of Dalt and ranks 34th on this year’s list after being out of ranking since 2011. Dalton may be unisex but leans more towards males with its use among boys outpacing girls by three times over the past decade. It might sound masculine to some, but it is a modern and sophisticated name that crosses many borders. dance: This unisex first appeared in the PNRA Top 100 List at #93 last year. Dance has an English origin meaning “one who lives near the fields” or someone who works with flowers (such as a florist). The female version of this word ranks higher than male, likely because dance means to move one’s body rhythmically so it may be more feminine sounding to some parents. It might sound masculine to some people, but it would also make for a lovely middle name choice since its use among girls outpaces boys by 12 times over the past decade.
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