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Tracking this year’s fast-rising baby names, I started to feel some déjà vu. It seemed like the same handful of sounds kept popping up again and again.
Liam and Mia both cracked the top 10 for the first time. Mila, Leo, Ayla and Eli all climbed. Throw an R and N into that sound mix and you get fast-rising Arya, Noah, Mira, Lana, Nora, Luna, and even Leon, all without breaking the four-letter barrier.Read More
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Transferred use of the Anglicized Irish surname, which is from the Gaelic Mac Caollaidhe (son of Caollaidhe) and O'Caollaidhe (descendant of Caollaidhe). The name is derived from caol (slender).