I could spend waaay too much time looking at this site.
Former Duke player John (#2) Smith (#1), who lived on my hall freshman year, would hate this
Is anyone around here more common than me?
-Jason (#24) Evans (#48)
I am a rather unique individual at 586.
Alas, I'm well north of 100,000 myself.
I did notice these are from the 1990 census, so I'm guessing there's been some shuffling going on since then that makes them at least a little misleading.
I have two first names. In order, I add up to 339. If I reverse them, I get 126. I guess that explains why so many people continue to call me by my last name, thinking it's my first, after many years and after many corrections. I guess it just sounds more normal reversed.
It's frustrating ... I have a good English surname ... and it doesn't make the top 10,000 names ...
And my first name, which is Welsh in origin isn't even listed.
I can't do this test. I go by a nickname for my middle name. My first name is very uncommon (and I hate it). My middle name has an uncommon spelling. I do know that if you Google my uncommon spelling of my middle name and my last name, you pretty much get only me. My last name is ranked around #2500. I always knew my last name was more common than my husband's but his is ranked over #34,000! There are only 619 people in the country with his last name. Of course, if this really is based on the 1990 census between my family and my husband's brother, there are 7 more. He's gaining on me, neither of my brothers have children.
Including my middle name, which is in the top 100, I'm a fairly uncommon 19,635.
My surname is in the 11,000-11,999 range. Just a couple thousand of us. Between "Andujar" and "Swayze". ha ha!
First name is somewhere between "Walter" and "Roger". Sexy, eh? But wait ... middle name is between "Melvin" and "Herbert". Look out ladies!
I simply do not exist.
Someone please inform the IRS.
"[T]he tarnished Tar Heels that bear little resemblance to the revered program built by Dean Smith."- Ashville Times
"UNC and the NCAA are trying to conceal that the fraud was specifically designed to pad the transcripts of varsity athletes" - Bloomberg
I'm 1556 including 1st and last names. I'd be more popular if my 1st name were spelled the more common ways (Darrell or Darryl) than Daryl. Not too shabby, I guess.
Not leaving until the game is over.
There are I think nine people alive with my last name (I know them all, unless someone had a kid recently).
A Duke Endowment beneficiary contains a first and last name that sums to three.
Between me and every ideal I always find Scheisskopfs, Peckems, Korns and Cathcarts. And that sort of changes the ideal. -- Joseph Heller
John (2) Robert (3) Green (37) so my three names total 42.
United States Navy (Retired)
11th for first name, 152nd for last name. As a last name, Duke is exactly 800 spots after mine.
Hmm, in the 13,000's for last name; first name just barely missed the top 100 for males.