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The name Smith was given to 154 boys born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/22/2016
It's really not that bad - it's kinda cool. To me, it gives the same vibe as Jack; manly but simple. I wouldn't use it but I totally could see a kid named this.
silly_rabbit  2/20/2016
Such a plain name, regardless of if it's used as a first, middle or last name.

Nothing special about 'Smith' very plain and exceedingly overused.
ThatMazerunnerfan  9/10/2014
Too weird as a first name, but good to put in the middle, especially when people might think it's just a surname.
Hushpuppy  5/11/2014
The name Smith was actually given to 89 baby boys born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/20/2013
I'm surprised this hasn't come back into use, considering the trend of using surnames as first names. Hm, maybe the spelling will be changed to Smyth to make it more feminine, because using a y always seems to do the job. Haha, totally joining. This is hilarious.
― Anonymous User  6/15/2013
I really like the idea of this as a first name but it will only work with a few select surnames, and you can call him Smitty which is always fun.
Vesey  4/6/2011
The name of one of Samantha's (on Sex and the City) boyfriends, Smith Jerrod aka Jerry Jerrod played by Jason Lewis.
SarahJane  6/2/2009
I can't believe someone would ever name their child this. As a last name, ok, but as a first name never. No wonder it totally died out after the 1920's. I hope it never comes back. That's horrible.
luvmynameshaelyn  3/1/2009
With all the surnames becoming first names I am surprised that this name hasn't came back in style.
― Anonymous User  5/21/2008
It's only the most common English surname, and an occupation as well. It makes for a terrible first name. At least Taylor sounds like a first name.
slight night shiver  5/7/2008
Considering that Smith is the one of the most common surnames in the United States right now, having a child named Smith Smith would be just bad. Smith's a cool name, but I just think it's a better surname than a first name.
rv14142  7/28/2007

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