14:32 2020 Chinese Newborn Vegetable Market Names: Male Yichen and Female Yinuo



The Ministry of Public Security of China today announced the

The Ministry of Public Security of China today announced the “2020 National Names Report” in Mainland China. For newborns born in Mainland China who have registered household registration last year, the first most common name for boys is “Yichen” and “Yino” for girls. Sketch of a newborn. (AFP)

2021/02/08 14:32

[Central News Agency]The Ministry of Public Security of China today announced the “2020 National Names Report” in Mainland China. It shows that for newborns born in mainland China who have registered household registration last year, the first most common name for boys is “Yichen” and for girls ” One promise”.

According to Lu Media reports, this report shows that as of December 31, 2020, there are 10.035 million newborns in mainland China who have registered household registration in 2020, of which 5.290 million boys, accounting for 52.7%, and 4.745 million girls, accounting for 47.3% .

Among the above-mentioned newborns, the 10 most frequently used names for boys are: Yichen, Yuxuan, Haoyu, Yichen, Yuchen, Zimo, Yuhang, Haoran, Zihao, Yichen.

According to reports, compared with 2019, “Yichen” was shortlisted for the first time and topped the list, becoming the first choice for parents of male newborns. Yichen, Yuchen, and Yichen also entered the top 10.

For girls, the 10 most frequently used names are in order: Yinuo, Yinuo, Xinyi, Zihan, Yutong, Xinyan, Kexin, Yuxi, Yutong, Mengyao.

Compared with 2019, Yinuo, Yinuo and Xinyi still ranked in the top three, and Yutong, Kexin, Yuxi, and Mengyao also entered the top 10.

Ranked according to the number of registered population, the “Hundred Family Names” in 2020 have not changed much compared with 2019. Wang, Li, Zhang, Liu, and Chen are still in the top five. The total population of the five surnames accounts for 30.8% of the total registered population in mainland China.

Among the “Hundred Family Surnames” last year, “Li” had the most registered surnames for newborns in mainland China, with a total of 726,000, and the least was “Gu” with only 17,000.

Judging from the selection of surnames, the ratio of newborns in mainland China with mother’s surname to father’s surname in 2020 is 1:12.



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