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Caesar Name Popularity

    

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How popular is Caesar?

Ranking 2,056th in popularity in the United States for boys in 2018, the name Caesar is rare.

Although not currently within the top 1000, Caesar has seen higher popularity rankings.

Position 589, its highest popularity RANKING, was reached in 1904.

Nonetheless, the name was given to the greatest number of children in 2015 with 92 occurrences.

The least number of children given the name Caesar was less than 5, most recently in 1905.

Approximately during the years 1908-1916, 1934-1938, 1943-1946, 1948-1953, 1981-1985, 1986-1990, and 2009-2015, the name Caesar took a definitive turn upwards in popularity whereas 1990-1994 were years of successive downward movement.

Currently, the name is at a high point when compared to its most popular year.

How popular will Caesar be?

The popularity trend for Caesar has been moving upward for a while. , continuing the trend, the number of children named Caesar lately has risen.

The name Caesar is quite distinctive but will probably continue to rise upward in popularity.

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   Caesar (Boy)
Year %No. of Babies Given NamePopul. Rank
2018 69 2,056
2017 75 1,914
2016 80 1,859
2015 92 1,692
2014 83 1,792
2013 61 2,161
2012 66 2,071
2011 59 2,205
2010 47 2,587
2009 47 2,624
2008 55 2,348
2007 63 2,143
2006 51 2,409
2005 69 1,855
2004 50 2,287
2003 59 1,965
2002 56 1,976
2001 64 1,765
2000 58 1,833
1999 55 1,802
1998 56 1,794
1997 67 1,536
1996 67 1,497
1995 70 1,417
1994 50 1,755
1993 74 1,323
1992 72 1,328
1991 71 1,337
1990 90 1,139
1989 55 1,496
1988 66 1,264
1987 67 1,175
1986 42 1,565
1985 68 1,126
1984 54 1,252
1983 41 1,493
1982 38 1,600
1981 43 1,460
1980 47 1,380
1979 37 1,573
1978 45 1,371
1977 64 1,079
1976 49 1,239
1975 56 1,128
1974 51 1,150
1973 47 1,202
1972 56 1,086
1971 49 1,169
1970 50 1,170
1969 48 1,125
1968 35 1,286
1967 42 1,151
1966 34 1,302
1965 33 1,337
1964 35 1,331
1963 37 1,282
1962 30 1,426
1961 47 1,149
1960 49 1,118
1959 42 1,201
1958 36 1,278
1957 41 1,219
1956 48 1,093
1955 45 1,109
1954 42 1,154
1953 52 1,003
1952 37 1,215
1951 38 1,172
1950 39 1,145
1949 34 1,228
1948 23 1,523
1947 35 1,237
1946 40 1,097
1945 26 1,301
1944 19 1,581
1943 27 1,347
1942 30 1,276
1941 28 1,256
1940 18 1,635
1939 27 1,277
1938 37 1,064
1937 22 1,451
1936 21 1,468
1935 22 1,456
1934 19 1,611
1933 24 1,365
1932 28 1,290
1931 35 1,150
1930 28 1,367
1929 25 1,448
1928 28 1,389
1927 45 1,042
1926 35 1,225
1925 42 1,078
1924 43 1,095
1923 36 1,200
1922 53 961
1921 40 1,125
1920 43 1,075
1919 53 920
1918 51 933
1917 40 1,036
1916 54 857
1915 41 982
1914 41 839
1913 33 838
1912 32 765
1911 11 1,049
1910 10 1,053
1909 10 959
1908 7 1,130
1907 6 1,215
1906 7 1,022
1905 < 5 --
1904 15 589
1903 < 5 --
1902 6 1,027
1901 < 5 --
1900 7 1,062
1899 5 1,072
1898 < 5 --
1897 < 5 --
1896 < 5 --
1895 < 5 --
1894 < 5 --
1893 6 927
1892 < 5 --
1891 6 859
1890 < 5 --
1889 < 5 --
1888 6 936
1887 < 5 --
1886 8 708
1885 < 5 --
1884 < 5 --
1883 < 5 --
1882 < 5 --
1881 5 885
1880 6 828

United States name popularity data is provided by the Social Security Administration and is based on Social Security card applications.

Data for a given year is not made available until well into the next year.

Data reflects what was recorded and has not been edited for errors, so for example the gender associated with a name may be incorrect.

The more babies that are given a particular name, the higher the popularity ranking. If multiple names have the same usage, the tie is broken by assigning popularity rank in alphabetical order. Therefore in the case of names with fewer occurrences, names with the same number of occurrences may have vastly different rankings because they will be interranked alphabetically.

To safeguard privacy, the SSA does not include names with less than 5 occurrences.

Please note, we update the data each May when the SSA releases new figures. All data changes at that time, including previous years, which will change minutely based on new information.