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Wenda Name Popularity

    

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How popular is Wenda?

Less than 5 babies were given the name Wenda in the United States in 2018.

Wenda, is a possible choice for parents seeking a more unique name.

Position 1601, its highest popularity RANKING, was reached in 1949.

But, the greatest number of babies were given the name in 1956 with 43 occurrences.

The least number of children given the name Wenda was less than 5, most recently in 2018.

Wenda, decisively moved upwards in popularity around the years 1937-1941, and 1944-1949, whereas 1964-1967 were years of successive downward movement.

Where is the name Wenda popularity headed?

Wenda's popularity is at a very low point when measured against its most notable year.

The popularity trend for Wenda has remained mostly unchanged for a while. , continuing the trend, the number of children named Wenda lately has remained about the same.

The name Wenda is mostly unused and will probably continue to plateu at its present level but may also begin to make a more decisive move up or down.

Relative to what it once was, Wenda has fallen out of favor as a given name.

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   Wenda (Girl)
Year %No. of Babies Given NamePopul. Rank
2018 < 5 --
2017 < 5 --
2016 < 5 --
2015 < 5 --
2014 < 5 --
2013 < 5 --
2012 < 5 --
2011 < 5 --
2010 < 5 --
2009 < 5 --
2008 < 5 --
2007 < 5 --
2006 < 5 --
2005 < 5 --
2004 < 5 --
2003 < 5 --
2002 < 5 --
2001 < 5 --
2000 < 5 --
1999 < 5 --
1998 < 5 --
1997 < 5 --
1996 < 5 --
1995 < 5 --
1994 < 5 --
1993 < 5 --
1992 < 5 --
1991 < 5 --
1990 < 5 --
1989 < 5 --
1988 < 5 --
1987 < 5 --
1986 < 5 --
1985 < 5 --
1984 < 5 --
1983 < 5 --
1982 5 12,282
1981 5 12,142
1980 6 10,363
1979 5 11,928
1978 7 8,536
1977 < 5 --
1976 5 10,866
1975 12 5,156
1974 12 5,005
1973 11 5,186
1972 12 4,790
1971 13 4,530
1970 23 3,027
1969 21 3,009
1968 25 2,536
1967 19 2,959
1966 33 2,058
1965 28 2,292
1964 39 1,915
1963 34 2,058
1962 35 1,986
1961 39 1,867
1960 36 1,923
1959 32 2,016
1958 27 2,208
1957 42 1,681
1956 43 1,637
1955 32 1,901
1954 38 1,674
1953 28 1,970
1952 33 1,744
1951 34 1,664
1950 34 1,625
1949 35 1,601
1948 31 1,706
1947 26 1,943
1946 15 2,594
1945 10 3,127
1944 8 3,678
1943 9 3,484
1942 15 2,409
1941 22 1,748
1940 12 2,568
1939 12 2,582
1938 15 2,220
1937 9 3,138
1936 6 4,167
1935 7 3,733
1934 < 5 --
1933 < 5 --
1932 < 5 --
1931 < 5 --
1930 < 5 --
1929 < 5 --
1928 < 5 --
1927 < 5 --
1926 < 5 --
1925 < 5 --
1924 < 5 --
1923 < 5 --
1922 < 5 --
1921 < 5 --
1920 < 5 --
1919 < 5 --
1918 < 5 --
1917 < 5 --
1916 < 5 --
1915 < 5 --
1914 < 5 --
1913 < 5 --
1912 < 5 --
1911 < 5 --
1910 < 5 --
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1908 < 5 --
1907 < 5 --
1906 < 5 --
1905 < 5 --
1904 < 5 --
1903 < 5 --
1902 < 5 --
1901 < 5 --
1900 < 5 --
1899 < 5 --
1898 < 5 --
1897 < 5 --
1896 < 5 --
1895 < 5 --
1894 < 5 --
1893 < 5 --
1892 < 5 --
1891 < 5 --
1890 < 5 --
1889 < 5 --
1888 < 5 --
1887 < 5 --
1886 < 5 --
1885 < 5 --
1884 < 5 --
1883 < 5 --
1882 < 5 --
1881 < 5 --
1880 < 5 --

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.