Origin:British
Popularity:545
Meaning:Trip or expedition
When you have a baby, a new journey truly begins. One way to make that clear as day is to give your son or daughter the unisex baby name Journey (or even Journee for a girl). It has taken off in the last decade because parents are looking for names with a spiritual element that’s not necessarily about religion. The word “journey” dates to the 13th century but wasn't used as a given name, mostly for girls, until recently.

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Source: Social Security Administration

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