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Most Popular J Names Quiz

Guess the most popular baby names starting with the letter J.
  • For births in the United States in 2016
  • Color coded by gender
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Nov 05, 2017
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#
Clue
Name
14,776
King
14,416
Patriarch
11,210
$20
10,823
Dreamcoat
10,452
Modern name
9,952
Baptist
9,138
Jericho
8,333
Calendar
6,928
West Wing
6,702
Nation
6,546
Bullfrog
5,089
No Way!
4,851
Argo
3,542
Trudeau
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Clue
Name
3,331
Hispanic
3,310
Beatles song
3,259
Whiskey
3,065
Hey Zeus!
2,766
Baker
2,749
Whale
2,685
Green
2,625
Tea
2,492
Beatles song
2,410
Minor prophet
2,346
Outlaw
2,119
Pearl Jam
2,088
Elders
1,885
Canadian park
Variations
8,367
8,054
6,914
5,206
4,868
3,043
2,092
1,944
Answer Stats
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level 33
Aug 11, 2013
Im surprised Jessica and Jennifer arent there.. I feel like I know a lot, actually too many, people who those names
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level 34
Dec 17, 2013
Yes, but do you know a lot of babies named Jessica or Jennifer?
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level 57
Apr 23, 2014
three jessicas in my class of 12 year olds this year
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level 72
Nov 5, 2017
^ I don't think 12-year-olds quite count as babies.
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level 71
Feb 3, 2018
It's not the 1980s anymore
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level 15
Dec 8, 2013
What about Jane?
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level 68
Dec 20, 2013
There weren't enough babies with that name....
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level 49
Jan 14, 2016
whatever happened to her...
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level 65
Feb 4, 2018
Addiction
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level 67
Jan 2, 2014
Ok, so I start out putting in boys and girls names and after none of my girls names come up after about 10 boys did, I concluded it was boys names with J. So I stopped trying girls, then I get done and see Jocelyn, Julia, and jasmine. But that's it. If its both, where's Jessica, Judy, Jennifer, Jane, Jillian, Joan, and so on. Surprising none of those are on the list.
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level 33
Jun 20, 2014
It's names of babies born in 2012 and those are not very popular baby names anymore..
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level 65
May 12, 2015
It looks like any girl names starting with J are very popular right now
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level 14
Jan 13, 2014
Wow, this was surprisingly hard. I kept typing Jennifer, thinking I had just accidentally misspelled it.
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level 53
Mar 2, 2014
how are Jennifer and Jessica not among the most popular J names? LOL, i've never been anywhere and not run into another Jennifer.
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level 65
Mar 16, 2014
Yeah but all those Jennifers and Jessicas must be in their thirties. Nobody gives those names to their babies now.
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level 24
Feb 24, 2015
Ummm, I know 3 Jessica's and two Jennifer's and they are in year 5/6 so...
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level 46
Feb 6, 2018
So you speak for everyone then? OK lol
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level 10
Mar 30, 2014
i think that jessica jennifer jane jenny and jim should be on there
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level 20
Apr 18, 2014
Jace is popular now? i thought the only Jace was from the Mortal Instruments
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level 10
Jul 17, 2016
lol true
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level 25
May 18, 2014
I feel sorry for abides named jordyn Jesus justin jayden jocelyn. Wild names over the pond
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level 71
Feb 3, 2018
Justin is "wild?" Man it's even more bland than I thought over there.
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level 43
May 22, 2014
I missed the E in Jocelyn >.
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level 23
Jun 5, 2014
JESUS? That's a bit offending for some people.......... especially christians. I never thought of it though
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level 61
Jun 13, 2014
Common name in Spanish. Hay-soos, not gee-ziz.
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level 77
Nov 22, 2015
And a lot of those Spanish people are Christians too. (Most, I'd say.)
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level 72
Jan 14, 2016
Every one I know named Jesus is called Chuy or Chucho. I guess it's sort of like Peggy as a nickname for Margaret. Never understood that one either.
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level 71
Feb 3, 2018
Offensive to Christians? What religion do you think these people are who named their kids Jesus?
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level 50
Jun 14, 2014
Why on earth does it give you 'Jack' when you type 'John'?
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level 28
Jul 28, 2015
Jack is an old-fashioned short name for John. It's only fairly recently that Jack has been used as a name in its own right.
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level 50
Jun 14, 2014
For some reason I found myself typing 'Jimothy'... :P
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level 28
Jul 7, 2014
After I guessed Jasmine, I put Jaffar... Just for fun :)
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level 44
Sep 1, 2014
:)
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level 55
Jul 8, 2014
Surely Jeremy & Jeremiah, Jackson & Jaxon are the same namse if John, Jonathan & Jack are
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level 55
Feb 5, 2016
Yeah, I agree about Jeremy and Jeremiah
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level 28
Aug 8, 2014
Surely Jeremy and Jeremiah are the same. And Juan is just the Spanish John, innit?
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level 28
Aug 8, 2014
And Jose and Joseph?
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level 44
Sep 1, 2014
Funny that Madison was so popular for girls, and now Jackson for boys. Are Hamilton and Jefferson not so far off?
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level 77
Nov 18, 2015
Not to mention Taylor a few years ago. Went to see my nephew in the hospital when he was born, and 8 of the 10 babies in the nursery--boys and girls--were some variation of Taylor.
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level 69
Feb 15, 2017
Can't wait for Eisenhowers and Nixons.
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level 63
Feb 4, 2018
Hamilton probably will be now, given the popularity of the musical.
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level 72
Sep 1, 2014
I typed Julian then didn't realize it had given me Julia instead, so I missed Julian.
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level 22
Oct 13, 2014
I'm just going through 19 kids and counting names
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level 38
Nov 15, 2014
Wow, my name actually made the list. I guess Joel is coming around...there are hardly any Joelโ€™s from my time period.
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level 16
Nov 27, 2014
Jesus?
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level 60
Jan 14, 2016
hay-zoos
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level 37
Mar 27, 2015
James should be #1
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level 15
May 7, 2015
HARD
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level 33
May 13, 2015
How the feck is Josiah a name?
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level 45
Jul 10, 2015
It's from the Bible. He was a king.
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level 77
Nov 18, 2015
How is it not?
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level 15
Oct 27, 2015
Jaxson?? omg wut
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level 59
Nov 5, 2015
Surprised to see no Jessica. Here in the UK it's been a very popular girls' name for quite a few years.
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level 69
Nov 18, 2015
The alternate variations column is a nice touch.
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level 14
Dec 6, 2015
I would have had an easier time with Jasmine if the clue said flower/plant instead of tea lol. And yes, I also went through the duggars list!
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level 59
Jan 14, 2016
Bet they'll be off the 2016 list! Especially JimBob.
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level 31
Jan 3, 2016
I thought jamie was there
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level 31
Jan 3, 2016
How is that image credit you don't even know the baby
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level 57
Jan 14, 2016
Wittiest clues. Crazy I didn't get Josiah or Jameson โ€” both meaningful to me. But wait a second, people actually name their kid Jameson? This, I have not witnessed.
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level 72
Jan 14, 2016
I knew a man who named his son Jack Daniels because that's what he and his wife were drinking at the time the boy was conceived. We figure the boy should be thankful his parents didn't prefer Wild Turkey.
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level 40
Jan 29, 2016
If people can name the date of conception, it must be a rare event in their relationship!
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level 72
Nov 9, 2016
I think the point was that the pregnancy was unplanned but due to their "state" they became a little reckless, and they knew exactly which night it was.
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level 57
Jan 14, 2016
Could you allow Japan for the answer for "nation" or specify "African nation?"
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level 67
Jan 14, 2016
Jordan is not in Africa. Keep taking these quizzes--you'll learn some things.
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level 55
Jan 14, 2016
He's already 47, he should already know.
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level 57
Jan 14, 2016
Japan? I've never heard of anyone named Japan. Plus it would just be wrong considering there are numbers included in this quiz.
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level 65
Jan 16, 2016
Don't you worry 'kinjapan' at this very moment several million trucks are moving sand from Jordan in the Middle East to Africa to form a new Jordan republic next to Egypt.
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level 56
Jan 14, 2016
Kept trying "Janis" for Whiskey. Janis Joplin was a big consumer.
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level 48
Sep 11, 2016
omg
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level 58
Jan 14, 2016
It's Joycelyn Elders.
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level 58
Jan 14, 2016
Who said blue was boys?
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level 31
Jan 15, 2016
Jonathan is NOT an alternate of John. John and Jonathan are two completely different names with different meanings and spellings.
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level 60
Feb 3, 2018
I agree. Jonathan is not a variaton of John.
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level 70
Jan 16, 2016
It's the outlaw Josey Wales. Who is this Jesse?
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level 69
Jan 17, 2016
James
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level 31
Jan 17, 2016
I thought jamie was going to be there
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level 28
Jan 19, 2016
no juliet
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level 68
Mar 7, 2016
So did your source divide the names by gender, or did you? Because I was sure than not only had Jordan very firmly crossed over into unisex territory, but had kept right on going and was now much more commonly a female name.
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level 59
Mar 14, 2016
For once, the picture clue didn't give me one of the answers! Several of the clues like $20 and Hey Zues! weren't much very helpful for someone not from the US.
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level 68
Sep 26, 2016
Awesome quiz; loved the clues and the color-coding.
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level 12
Oct 6, 2016
I typed Jack and John came up as well
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level 20
Mar 14, 2017
i wrote jocelyn but not james
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level 41
May 3, 2017
Jessica, Jennifer, How are these not here
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level 28
Jul 31, 2017
Really surprised Jessica isn't on the list. It's the first name I thought of.
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level 71
Sep 27, 2017
Jessica isn't on the list most likely because it's not 1980 anymore.
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level 71
Sep 27, 2017
Same reason Jennifer doesn't make it, either.
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level 71
Sep 27, 2017
Got 6 I missed last time... but missed 4 I got last time...
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level 55
Sep 27, 2017
This is very Christianity based :/
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level 77
Nov 5, 2017
I don't get the results as the quiz ends. It just ends.
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level 73
Nov 5, 2017
Me too...weird.
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level โˆž
Nov 5, 2017
Fixed
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level 66
Nov 5, 2017
For some reason, Jeremy is colored red
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level โˆž
Nov 5, 2017
Fixed
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level 61
Nov 6, 2017
Jayden as a girl's name? o.O The only one with this name I know is Jayden Smith.
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level 71
Feb 3, 2018
Not exactly a paragon of masculinity.
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level 70
Nov 8, 2017
How is "Hispanic" a clue for Juan? Can this be changed to something meaningful? There are other Hispanic/Latin@ names on the quiz. It's weird and seems not all right. There aren't clues saying "Greek" for Jason, "White" for some other name, or "Jewish" for Joseph. Thanks.
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level 5
Jan 22, 2018
Very funny jonnhy bro.๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘‰๐ŸฝโœŒ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ˜ฒ
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level 53
Feb 3, 2018
Jayden!? Crumbs!
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level 56
Feb 4, 2018
Jayden is very common here in New Zealand. For boys and also girls.
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level 69
Feb 3, 2018
Only 17% got the West Wing clue of Josiah "Jed" Bartlett? People need to go back and watch some quality TV I guess.
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level 64
Feb 4, 2018
My obsessions in this test: For "hey Zeus" I kept typing Jupiter, for outlaw I kept typing Jane (Calamity Jane), and for whiskey Justerini (Justerini and Brooks)
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level 44
Feb 5, 2018
I tried Joke, Jerk, and Jackoff for the West Wing clue. Then I realized nobody wold name their child after the current occupant...
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level 45
Feb 15, 2018
Genuinely surprised Judah wasn't on here. I was sure that name was getting really popular these days...guess not.
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