|Author:||Rose-Berry (Authenticated as Rose-Berry)|
|Date:||February 26, 2009 at 3:05:35 AM|
I notice that the name Journey is in the Top 1000 in the US (at 692) and also appeared in the list of names given to babies in Alberta (posted yesterday on Ops board).
I'm just wondering what the significance of this name is other than as a random word and why it is so popular (it didn't appear at all in the top 2000 names in England last year). Has it been used in a book or film? Does it have some kind of religious significance or is it to do with the "journey of life". I'm genuinely puzzled by why it should be so "popular" compared with some other, what I consider to be legitimate names which are less popular.
Not sure if this is a Facts question or an Opinions one really. Thanks.
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