Which Name Gets Your Vote? Top 12 U.S. President-Inspired Baby Names

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Taylor


Learn about the name Taylor.

Zachary Taylor, the 12th U.S. president, was a strong nationalist, bent on preserving the Union as talks of a civil war brewed during his presidency from 1849-1850 (his term was cut short by his death from cholera). Taylor became a popular boys' name in the 1990s, but it's now more common as a girls' name. Singer Taylor Swift's fame undoubtedly gives the name a boost. Tim and Elisabeth Hassleback have a son named Taylor, and David Hasselhoff has a daughter named Taylor.

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