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Hawaiʻi’s Most Popular Baby Names of 2014

November 12, 2015, 2:27 PM HST
* Updated November 13, 3:32 PM
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*Video Credit: US Social Security Administration, showing the top 10 names in the nation.

The US Social Security Administration has released the most popular baby names for Hawaiʻi and across the nation in an annual list compiled for 2014.

Top pics for Hawaiʻi, were also the top choices in the nation with Noah leading the way for boys and Emma ranking at number 1 for girls.

Some Hawaiian names that made the top 100 for boys in Hawaiʻi included: Kai, Keanu, Kainoa, Koa and Kainalu.  Among the Hawaiian names on the list for girls were: Leilani, Malia, Anela, Naia and Kailani.

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Below is a list of the 100 most frequent given names for male and female births in 2014 in Hawaiʻi based on Social Security card application data.

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The number at the right of the names is the number of occurrences of the name is statewide data.

Popularity for top 100 names in Hawaii for births in 2014
Rank Male name Number of
males
Female name Number of
females
1 Noah 99 Emma 71
2 Liam 77 Mia 58
3 Mason 70 Sophia 54
4 Aiden 62 Aria 49
5 Alexander 61 Lily 49
6 Ethan 57 Ava 48
7 William 52 Isabella 44
8 Logan 51 Olivia 43
9 James 50 Chloe 39
10 Ezekiel 49 Abigail 34
11 Jacob 47 Emily 31
12 Luke 45 Madison 31
13 Michael 44 Avery 30
14 Jayden 42 Amelia 29
15 Matthew 42 Maya 29
16 David 41 Khloe 27
17 Caleb 40 Charlotte 25
18 Daniel 40 Sofia 25
19 Gabriel 39 Evelyn 24
20 Micah 39 Grace 24
21 Ryder 39 Riley 24
22 Benjamin 37 Zoey 24
23 Lucas 37 Alana 23
24 Oliver 36 Arianna 22
25 Isaiah 35 Brooklyn 22
26 Joshua 34 Ella 22
27 Dylan 33 Mila 22
28 Isaac 33 Zoe 22
29 Elijah 32 Ariana 21
30 Hunter 32 Lillian 21
31 Josiah 32 Audrey 20
32 John 31 Bailey 20
33 Levi 31 Kylie 20
34 Eli 29 Victoria 20
35 Wyatt 29 Natalie 19
36 Ezra 28 Penelope 19
37 Jonah 28 Eliana 18
38 Andrew 27 Elizabeth 18
39 Christian 27 Faith 18
40 Jack 27 Hannah 18
41 Kai 27 Harper 18
42 Thomas 27 Kayla 18
43 Brayden 26 Kaylee 18
44 Connor 26 Sadie 18
45 Evan 25 Kaila 17
46 Owen 25 Peyton 17
47 Dominic 24 Aubrey 16
48 Jeremiah 24 Bella 16
49 Nathan 24 Serenity 16
50 Jace 23 Arya 15
51 Joseph 23 Leilani 15
52 Landon 22 Liliana 15
53 Ryan 22 Maia 15
54 Ayden 21 Paige 15
55 Colton 21 Alexis 14
56 Gavin 21 Jordyn 14
57 Jaxon 21 Kira 14
58 Kingston 21 Leah 14
59 Lincoln 21 Leila 14
60 Samuel 21 Madeline 14
61 Aaron 20 Malia 14
62 Anthony 20 Mikayla 14
63 Charles 20 Taylor 14
64 Henry 20 Trinity 14
65 Keanu 20 Alyssa 13
66 Robert 20 Anela 13
67 Asher 19 Anna 13
68 Chase 19 Eleanor 13
69 Jackson 19 Gabriella 13
70 Parker 19 Isla 13
71 Tristan 19 Nevaeh 13
72 Grayson 18 Rylee 13
73 Jordan 18 Scarlett 13
74 Leo 18 Angela 12
75 Nathaniel 18 Aurora 12
76 Zachary 18 Brielle 12
77 Austin 17 Eva 12
78 Cameron 17 Kailani 12
79 Carter 17 Samantha 12
80 Christopher 17 Sarah 12
81 Hayden 17 Stella 12
82 Kainoa 17 Violet 12
83 Roman 17 Addison 11
84 Sebastian 17 Allison 11
85 Tyler 17 Eden 11
86 Brody 16 Emi 11
87 Jonathan 16 Hilinai 11
88 Nicholas 16 Journey 11
89 Peyton 16 Kaitlyn 11
90 Zion 16 Kalena 11
91 Adrian 15 Layla 11
92 Blake 15 Lucy 11
93 Julian 15 Melody 11
94 Kaleb 15 Naia 11
95 Koa 15 Paisley 11
96 Kyle 15 Skye 11
97 Maverick 15 Skylar 11
98 Nixon 15 Sophie 11
99 Samson 15 Sydney 11
100 Kainalu 14 Arabella 10
101 Max 14 Azalea 10
102 Zayden 14 Camille 10
103 Elena 10
104 Hailey 10
105 Hana 10
106 Hazel 10
107 Hope 10
108 Jade 10
109 Kaia 10
110 Keira 10
111 Kenzie 10
112 Kiana 10
113 Miya 10
114 Natalia 10
115 Savannah 10
116 Vivian 10

*Click here to see the limitations of this data source.

Below is the list of most popular names in the nation based on information compiled by the Social Security Administration.

Rank Male name Female name
1 Noah Emma
2 Liam Olivia
3 Mason Sophia
4 Jacob Isabella
5 William Ava
6 Ethan Mia
7 Michael Emily
8 Alexander Abigail
9 James Madison
10 Daniel Charlotte
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