The total number of names recorded during 110 years is 31 000, though till the 40s of the last century parents used about 2 000 names of boys and the same number of girls names. In 2000s 4 500 names of boys and 6 000 names of girls were already used. However, conservatism in the use of boy names continued until the 70s. The number of traditionally used names during 100 years is not more than 1 000, 514 girls' names, 668 boys names. The tables below show names, a rating based on the number of newborns over 110 years of follow-up, the year when the name was first used and the number of years when children were named with this name. The tradition of a name is estimated by the number of years in which the name was used. The prevalence of the name does not always correspond to the tradition. For example, the name Dylan is in the top hundred popular names, but it was almost not used until 1958. You can look at the data from different angles using column sorting.