Most Attractive Names for Boys and Girls (1892 )

In 1892 Tit-Bits magazine ran a competition to determine the Most Attractive Names for Boys and Girls

In 1892, Tit-Bits magazine ran a competition to determine the ‘Most Attractive Names for Boys and Girls.’ Over four thousand readers took part and these are the results. Do you think any of these could make a comeback?

2 thoughts on “Most Attractive Names for Boys and Girls (1892 )

    • Yes, good point! “Did you tell Gwendolen the truth about your being Ernest in town, and Jack in the country?”. 🙂

      The royals seem to have a big influence on names – then and now, from the top ten today appear George, Harry and Charlie (source: babycentre.co.uk].

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