List of the most common names

Common Chinese name

China Mainland
According to the same name (test version) [1] based on the National Citizenship Information System Library, the top ten names are:

Zhang Wei 299025 张伟 299025个
Wang Wei 290619 王伟 290619个
Wang Fang 277293 王芳 277293个
Li Wei 269453 李伟 269453个
Li Na 258581 李娜 258581个
Zhang Min 245,553 张敏 245553个
Li Jing 243644 李静 243644个
Wang Jing 243,339 王静 243339个
Liu Wei 241621 刘伟 241621个
Wang Xiuying 241189 王秀英 241189个
In 2016, one of the sponsors of the Tsinghua University Big Data Industry Federation and the “Happiness Technology Lab” support project of Tsinghua University, the professional organization of name research and name service was released on the basis of big data and psychology. Among them, the “Hot List”, the boys occupy the top three with “Hao Ran”, “Zi Xuan” and “Xuan Xuan”, while the girls use “梓萱”, “梓涵”, “ Poetry occupies the top three.

Market name
Chinese character
Vernacular word chhài-chhī-á miâ
Tailu Pinyin tshài-tshī-á miâ
Also known as “Cookie Name” and “Dish Market Name”, it is the name derived from Taiwanese. It means that a Taiwanese name is quite common, and even when you go to the market, the market will make a lot of people turn back.

Due to the background of the times and the auspicious considerations of the name, there are indeed many market names in Taiwan. Women such as Yating, Yijun males such as Jiahao, Zhiwei, Zhihao and so on.

Someone on the Internet even started virtual gambling, guessing that in the annual exam list, Ya Ting and Yi Jun are more. Or is Lin Yijun or Chen Yijun more. In the 101st year of the Republic of China (2012), the name of the university vegetable market was ranked. The girl group (referred to as the test distribution) was named “Ya Ting” in the vegetable market. It was once again 104 people (180 people < comprehensive 2012 “Stars recommended” and “individual application” , “referring to the test distribution” record >) crown, and Qilian 11 years (including 2012) champion position

The Ministry of the Interior statistics, among the newborn names in 2010:

The baby boy was named “Cheng En” 353 people in the crown, followed by “Chenghan” 192 people.
The baby girl won the title of “Jiejie” with 188 people, followed by “Pein” with 166 people.
In 2011, according to the household registration data, the male names were listed as “Zhi Ming” and the female name was “Shufen”.

On July 2, 2012, according to the household registration data, the male names were listed as “Jiahao” (14,229) and the female name was “Shufen” (33,063) Those with the same gender but the same name and the same name, with Zhang Jiahua crown. Couples with the same name and the same name, Taiwan is only a pair.

In the 2013 newborn insurance data, the most common male name for newborns is “Yòu xiáng”, and the most common female name is “彤彤”. The top 10 names of the most common baby boys in 2013 were “Yòu xiáng”, “yòu tíng”, “yǔ ēn”, “chéng ēn”, “yǔ xiáng”, “yòu chén”, “pǐn ruì, “Rui En”, “Zhen Rui”, “Bai Yu”; the baby girl is “speaking”, “paste”, “Yǒng qíng”, “yǔ tóng”, “zi qíng”, “yǔ tóng”, ” “Pin”, “Core Language”, “Enmity”, “Thinking”.

In addition, the data shows that the male name contains the word “male”, which is mostly from 1930 to 1940. For example: “Zhengxiong”, “Wu Xiong”, “Wen Xiong”, etc. [10]. Those who have the word “志” in their names are mostly from 1960 to 1970. For example: “Zhiming”, “Zhiwei”, “Zhaohao” and so on. From the 1980s to the 1990s, it was ranked first with “Zhaohao”, while “Guanyu” and “Quanting” were closely followed. In the 2000s, the name preference turned to “Cheng En” and “Han Han” as their mainstream. In the 2010s, “Jinrui” topped the list.

Among the female names are “Magnolia”, “Xiuying”, “Xiuqin” and “Lihua”, which were dominated by people from 1920 to 1950s. “Shufen” was the majority in the 1960s and 1970s, and the names were “Shu Hui”, “Meiling” and “Yahui”. The names of “Ya Ting” and “Yi Jun” also beat “Shufen” in the forefront in the 1980s and 1990s. In recent years, idol dramas have risen, and “Yiyi”, “Xinyi” and “Shihan” have been favored by people. In the 2010s, it was ranked 1st and 3rd in the rankings with the names of “Pin” and “Pin”.

On June 9, 2014, according to the health insurance bureau’s list of common names of children and boys under 20 years old, the top 10 names of boys aged 0~10 (2005~2014) were “Cheng En”. “Chengyu”, “Yuxiang”, “Juanting”, “Guanyu”, “Baihan”, “Yanting”, “Baiyu”, “Yu Ting”, “Bai Rui”; girls are “children” “Qing”, “Yǒng qíng”, “yí zhēn”, “pǐn yú”, “zi hán”, “pǐn yán”, “shī hán”, “sī yú”, “yǔ tóng”, “yí xuān” .

On June 5, 2016, according to the Taipei Civil Affairs Bureau on the same day, Taipei City announced that there were more than 80,000 newborn naming statistics from 2013 to 2015. The names of male infants were “Bai Rui” and “Pin Rui” respectively. “Chén ruì”, “yòu tíng”, “bǎi yǔ”, the baby girl’s naming rankings are “Yǒng qíng”, “pǐn yán”, “pǐn yú”, “zi qíng”, “yòu zhēn”, among them, named There were 128 “Bai Rui” people, and 100 people named “Qi Qing” .

According to the statistics of the Ministry of the Interior, at the end of June 2016, the top ten common names of the whole Taiwan were followed by Jiahao, Zhiming, Junjie, Jianhong, Junhong, Zhihao, Zhiwei, Wenxiong, Jinlong and Zhiqiang. The females are Shufen, Shuhui, Meiling, Yating, Meihui, Lihua, Shujuan, Shuyi, Yijun and Shuhua.

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