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1950: Feliberto

This Spanish version of Philibert and Filbert—usually spelled Filiberto—is unusual. Between 1880 and 2021, the U.S. gave it less than 175 times.

1951: Doak

Doak Walker, one of the nation's top professional football players in the early 1950s, may have influenced the few parents who picked the name Doak, one of the least frequent names of 1951.

His 1950 rookie season led the NFL in scoring, and he helped the Lions win two titles in 1952 and 1953.

1952: Charlan

Charlan is a French surname from Poitou and an English surname meaning "carrier" or "coachman."

It is rarely used as a first name. The 1952 Winter Olympics and first national title by Canadian ski jumper Jacques Charland may have been linked to its close derivative of the last name Charland.

1953: Genola

Genola is a unique Italian name shared with a commune in the Italian Piedmont and a small town in Utah, but neither seems to have contributed to its five 1953 occurrences.

1954: Thadine

Adelyn, a Germanic form of Adeline, comes from the Old High German word "adal" meaning "noble.

1955: Adelyn

Adelyn, a Germanic form of Adeline, comes from the Old High German word "adal" meaning "noble.

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