Top Baby Names in Mississippi

Here are the most Popular Baby Names by U.S. state for the year 2018, as compiled by the United States Social Security Office of the Actuary. Baby naming trends can vary by even the smallest of regions depending on their culture, history of immigration, and indigenous peoples.

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1 John Ava
2 William Olivia
3 Noah Emma
4 Elijah Amelia
5 James Skylar
6 Mason Isabella
7 Liam Harper
8 Kingston Avery
9 Carter Paisley
10 Aiden Addison
11 Wyatt Brooklyn
12 Jaxon Mary
13 Grayson Aubree
14 Joshua Madison
15 Josiah Chloe
16 Christopher Ella
17 Easton Kinsley
18 Asher Anna
19 Jayden Elizabeth
20 Logan Layla
21 Joseph Zoey
22 Carson Khloe
23 Christian Charlotte
24 Jackson Lillian
25 Michael Serenity
26 Kayden Raelynn
27 Jace Stella
28 Thomas Aubrey
29 Bryson Ryleigh
30 Henry Evelyn
31 Ayden Abigail
32 Kaiden Caroline
33 Greyson Mia
34 Oliver Bella
35 Karter Emily
36 Samuel Sadie
37 Charles Londyn
38 Lucas Riley
39 Ethan Autumn
40 Gabriel Nova
41 Jacob Taylor
42 Benjamin Harmony
43 David Hazel
44 Landon Mila
45 Daniel Mariah
46 Jeremiah Ellie
47 Jordan Natalie
48 Matthew Kaylee
49 Ashton Scarlett
50 Caleb Journee
51 Levi Lily
52 Luke Nevaeh
53 Robert Piper
54 Brayden Rylee
55 Bentley Hannah
56 Braxton Trinity
57 Jonathan Eleanor
58 Sawyer Emery
59 Austin Everly
60 Waylon Aria
61 Eli Audrey
62 Cameron Kennedy
63 Tyler Kylie
64 Andrew Malaysia
65 Hunter Sophia
66 Isaiah Ivy
67 Micah Nora
68 Tristan Paris
69 Jack Savannah
70 Maverick Willow
71 Alexander Faith
72 Jayce Jordyn
73 Owen Grace
74 Anthony Katherine
75 Nolan Lucy
76 Colton Reagan
77 Lincoln Allison
78 Princeton Charleigh
79 Sebastian Kali
80 Timothy Lydia
81 Cooper Bailey
82 Dylan Brooklynn
83 Messiah Morgan
84 Hudson Allie
85 Karson Avah
86 Dawson Harmoni
87 Ezra Madelyn
88 Rhett Makenzie
89 Chase Naomi
90 Connor Parker
91 Isaac Penelope
92 Jason Adalynn
93 Jaxson Hadley
94 Justin Laila
95 Malachi Lauren
96 Peyton Royalty
97 Ryan Aaliyah
98 Tucker Adalyn
99 Aaron Amiyah
100 Parker Aurora

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