Top 100 Male Baby Names,
Michigan, 1990 - 1999

1 - 34

35 - 67

68 - 100




Rank

Name

Frequency

Rank

Name

Frequency

Rank

Name

Frequency




1. Jacob 13,266 35. Steven 3,273 68. Jesse 1,729
2. Michael 12,345 36. Samuel 2,896 69. Kenneth 1,716
3. Tyler 10,047 37. Cameron 2,822 70. Nathaniel 1,673
4. Joshua 9,699 38. Timothy 2,822 71. Derek 1,650
5. Matthew 9,484 39. Travis 2,661 72. Paul 1,635
6. Nicholas 9,387 40. Brian 2,652 73. Blake 1,539
7. Andrew 8,588 41. Trevor 2,632 74. Luke 1,516
8. Brandon 8,442 42. Christian 2,571 75. Lucas 1,509
9. Zachary 8,066 43. Noah 2,521 76. Shane 1,482
10. Christopher 7,921 44. Jason 2,486 77. Chase 1,461
11. Austin 7,775 45. Evan 2,382 78. Garrett 1,449
12. Joseph 7,686 46. Charles 2,378 79. Spencer 1,444
13. Ryan 7,412 47. Logan 2,376 80. Corey 1,431
14. Kyle 7,380 48. Sean 2,370 81. Jack 1,424
15. Justin 6,336 49. Devin 2,329 82. Dustin 1,421
16. Alexander 6,286 50. Mitchell 2,323 83. Antonio 1,403
17. James 6,152 51. Caleb 2,310 84. Brett 1,347
18. Daniel 6,119 52. Alex 2,300 85. Marcus 1,335
19. David 6,088 53. Patrick 2,237 86. Gregory 1,316
20. Anthony 6,039 54. Jared 2,208 87. Seth 1,244
21. Robert 5,540 55. Hunter 2,196 88. Taylor 1,230
22. John 5,242 56. Bradley 2,166 89. Gabriel 1,213
23. Cody 4,711 57. Connor 2,142 90. Devon 1,198
24. Jordan 4,624 58. Mark 2,020 91. Collin 1,187
25. William 4,351 59. Jeremy 1,973 92. Alec 1,185
26. Nathan 4,311 60. Brendan 1,964 93. Shawn 1,137
27. Aaron 4,246 61. Richard 1,957 94. Bryan 1,094
28. Benjamin 4,099 62. Ethan 1,913 95. Dominic 1,092
29. Thomas 3,967 63. Jeffrey 1,784 96. Chad 1,091
30. Adam 3,860 64. Stephen 1,764 97. Grant 1,054
31. Eric 3,803 65. Scott 1,763 98. Jonathon 1,047
32. Kevin 3,694 66. Ian 1,743 99. Colin 1,035
33. Dylan 3,493 67. Dakota 1,730 100. Jalen 1,028
34. Jonathan 3,363


Note: The frequency is calculated by counting the unique spelling of the name.  For example, in order to determine the frequency of the name "Glenn", babies named "Glen" would not be considered, even though the two names sound alike and would have a higher  rank if both were counted as one.
Source: 1990-1999 Michigan resident birth file.  Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services

December 7, 2016