Top 100 Female Baby Names,
Michigan, 2000 - 2009

1 - 34

35 - 67

68 - 100




Rank

Name

Frequency

Rank

Name

Frequency

Rank

Name

Frequency




1. Madison 7,421 35. Julia 2,347 68. Isabelle 1,443
2. Emma 6,763 36. Allison 2,310 69. Mariah 1,427
3. Emily 6,702 37. Gabrielle 2,202 70. Zoe 1,404
4. Olivia 6,684 38. Lillian 2,189 71. Nicole 1,376
5. Hannah 5,549 39. Kaitlyn 2,153 72. Sara 1,352
6. Alexis 5,133 40. Lily 2,047 73. Mya 1,337
7. Abigail 5,031 41. Makayla 2,046 74. Maya 1,328
8. Grace 4,923 42. Victoria 1,937 75. Maria 1,319
9. Isabella 4,398 43. Savannah 1,926 76. Amelia 1,315
10. Ava 4,353 44. Faith 1,913 77. Rebecca 1,294
11. Elizabeth 4,317 45. Autumn 1,874 78. Trinity 1,268
12. Lauren 4,122 46. Addison 1,867 79. Amanda 1,260
13. Samantha 4,116 47. Kaylee 1,849 80. Marissa 1,243
14. Alyssa 3,763 48. Riley 1,824 82.-81. Mary 1,237
15. Sophia 3,748 49. Destiny 1,808 82.-81. Molly 1,237
16. Sarah 3,621 50. Jasmine 1,788 83. Danielle 1,227
17. Taylor 3,589 51. Haley 1,754 84. Lydia 1,221
18. Chloe 3,360 52. Claire 1,740 85. Jada 1,218
19. Anna 3,311 53. Katelyn 1,736 86. Shelby 1,217
20. Morgan 3,143 54. Leah 1,698 87. Erin 1,215
21. Sydney 3,121 55. Mia 1,695 89.-88. Arianna 1,213
22. Kayla 3,083 56. Madeline 1,659 89.-88. Aubrey 1,213
23. Ashley 3,011 57. Brooklyn 1,629 90. Amber 1,168
24. Megan 2,936 58. Katherine 1,616 91. Alexandria 1,110
25. Natalie 2,921 59. Avery 1,604 92. Alexa 1,109
26. Hailey 2,864 60. Alexandra 1,566 93. Angel 1,107
27. Brianna 2,718 61. Nevaeh 1,551 94. Angelina 1,101
28. Ella 2,692 62. Audrey 1,499 95. Breanna 1,097
29. Mackenzie 2,575 63. Kennedy 1,494 96. Sierra 1,062
30. Paige 2,458 64. Jordan 1,493 97. Jennifer 1,053
31. Jessica 2,436 65. Kylie 1,472 98. Bailey 1,030
32. Jenna 2,396 66. Gabriella 1,468 99. Aaliyah 989
33. Rachel 2,391 67. Madelyn 1,457 100. Isabel 983
34. Brooke 2,349


Note: The frequency is calculated by counting the unique spelling of the name.  For example, in order to determine the frequency of the name "Paige", babies named "Page" would not be considered, even though the two names sound alike and would have a higher  rank if both were counted as one.
Source: 2000 - 2009 Michigan resident birth file.  Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services

December 7, 2016