List of the most popular names in the 1930s in the United States


List of the most popular names in the 1930s in the United States

These are the most popular given names in the United States for all years of the 1930s.

Contents

1930

  • Males
    1. Robert
    2. James
    3. John
    4. William
    5. Richard
    6. Charles
    7. Donald
    8. George
    9. Joseph
    10. Edward
  • Females
    1. Mary
    2. Betty
    3. Dorothy
    4. Helen
    5. Barbara
    6. Margaret
    7. Maria
    8. Patricia
    9. Doris
    10. Joan; Ruth (tie)

1931

  • Males
    1. Robert
    2. James
    3. John
    4. William
    5. Richard
    6. Charles
    7. Donald
    8. George
    9. Joseph
    10. Thomas
  • Females
    1. Mary
    2. Betty
    3. Dorothy
    4. Barbara
    5. Joan
    6. Helen
    7. Margaret
    8. Patricia
    9. Shirley
    10. Doris

1932

  • Males
    1. Robert
    2. John
    3. James
    4. William
    5. Charles
    6. Richard
    7. Donald
    8. George
    9. Joseph
    10. Thomas
  • Females
    1. Mary
    2. Betty
    3. Barbara
    4. Dorothy
    5. Joan
    6. Patricia
    7. Shirley
    8. Margaret
    9. Doris
    10. Helen

1933

  • Males
    1. Robert
    2. James
    3. John
    4. William
    5. Richard
    6. Donald
    7. Charles
    8. Joseph
    9. George
    10. Thomas
  • Females
    1. Mary
    2. Betty
    3. Barbara
    4. Dorothy
    5. Joan
    6. Patricia
    7. Maria
    8. Helen
    9. Margaret
    10. Doris

1934

  • Males
    1. Robert
    2. James
    3. John
    4. William
    5. Richard
    6. Charles
    7. Donald
    8. George
    9. Thomas
    10. Joseph
  • Females
    1. Mary
    2. Betty
    3. Shirley
    4. Barbara
    5. Joan
    6. Patricia
    7. Dorothy
    8. Maria
    9. Margaret
    10. Helen
    11. Flora

1935

  • Males
    1. James
    2. Robert
    3. John
    4. William
    5. Richard
    6. Charles
    7. Donald
    8. Thomas
    9. Ronald
    10. David
  • Females
    1. Mary
    2. Shirley
    3. Barbara
    4. Betty
    5. Patricia
    6. Joan
    7. Dorothy
    8. Margaret
    9. Maria
    10. Helen

1936

  • Males
    1. Robert
    2. James
    3. John
    4. William
    5. Donald
    6. Richard
    7. Charles
    8. Ronald
    9. George
    10. Joseph
  • Females
    1. Mary
    2. Shirley
    3. Barbara
    4. Betty
    5. Patricia
    6. Maria
    7. Dorothy; Nancy (tie)
    8. Joan
    9. Margaret
    10. -----

1937

  • Males
    1. Robert
    2. James
    3. John
    4. William
    5. Richard
    6. Donald
    7. Charles
    8. David
    9. George
    10. Thomas
  • Females
    1. Mary
    2. Barbara
    3. Patricia
    4. Shirley
    5. Betty
    6. Maria; Nancy (tie)
    7. Dorothy
    8. Carol
    9. Margaret
    10. -----

1938

  • Males
    1. Robert
    2. James
    3. John
    4. William
    5. Richard
    6. Charles
    7. Donald
    8. David
    9. George
    10. Ronald; Thomas (tie)
  • Females
    1. Mary
    2. Barbara
    3. Patricia
    4. Betty
    5. Shirley
    6. Nancy
    7. Carol; Maria (tie)
    8. Margaret
    9. Joan
    10. ------

1939

  • Male
    1. Robert
    2. James
    3. John
    4. William
    5. Richard
    6. Charles
    7. David
    8. Thomas
    9. Donald
    10. Ronald
  • Female
    1. Mary
    2. Barbara
    3. Patricia
    4. Betty
    5. Shirley
    6. Maria
    7. Margaret
    8. Carol
    9. Nancy
    10. Judith

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