Top 10 Popular Boy Names in San Diego for 2016

The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency has revealed the most popular boy names in San Diego County in 2016. Noah took top honors for the second year in a row, other names are listed below. Of course these popular boy names are very good, if you do not care they are overused, you could choose your favorite boy names for your little boys from the below list.


Noah: Hebrew name that means "rest" and "comfort." In the famous biblical story, God chooses Noah to build the ark, fill it with food and two of every animal, and survive the great flood. Actor Rupert Graves and singer Michael Buble both have sons named Noah.
Liam: shortened form of the Irish name William, which means "strong-willed warrior and protector." Famous Liams include actors Liam Neeson and Liam Hemsworth.
Sebastian: Greek for Revered. Shakespeare gave the name to the twin brother of Viola in "Twelfth Night". Several celebs have chosen the sophisticated Sebastian for their sons, including James Spader, Kim Fields, Malin Akerman and Tommy Hilfiger.
Daniel: Hebrew name that means "judgment of God." It was the name of one of the greatest biblical heroes, with the inspiring story of the prophet whose faith protected him when he was thrown into a den of lions. Daniel is one of only a handful of male names that sounds both classic and modern, strong yet approachable, and popular but not cliched.
Ethan: Ethan is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Ethan is "firmness, long-lived". In Biblical, Ethan the Ezrahite was a man noted for his wisdom. American patriot Ethan Allen was a famous Revolutionary War leader.
Mateo: Spanish name that means "God's gift." Mateo is the attractively energetic Spanish version of the classic Matthew.
Alexander: A man of high physical courage, impulsive energy, and fervid imagination. Alexander the Great led many battles across most of Asia and northern Africa, and Alexander is a strong name that means "defender of the people".
Jacob: Hebrew name that means "supplanter." Jacob has long been a popular Jewish name for years. In the Old Testament, Jacob was one of the most important patriarchs of the tribes of Israel.
Benjamin: Hebrew name that means "son of my right hand." The name Benjiamin is attractive and strong, many Jewish families named their youngest child Benjamin. Benjamin has the further advantage of the friendly, accessible nickname Ben.
James: One of the classic Anglo-Saxon names derived from Jacob, which means "supplanter." James is biblical, royal, presidential, stylish, and it is shared by countless great writers and entertainers.

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