Meaning:round, lumpish; cask
You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone with this unisex name born before 1990. This close pal of Caden (and Braden, Jaden and the many other members of the “–ade” crowd) was on a meteoric rise around the turn of the 21st century. Though his popularity has waned, Cade is still a great choice for your child (it’s used primarily for boys). It has both a cowboy feel and athlete appeal because of its one-syllable simplicity and strength.

Popularity Trend Chart

Roll over the visual for detailed rankings by year.

Source: Social Security Administration

Not sure you have the perfect name? Search to add more baby names to your My Favorites list.