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I feel like I have heard every possible US baby name.
I am wondering what the popular baby names are where you are currently living, specifically for a girl.
I can do better:
You can take a look at the top 25 names, but it's way more interesting to look at the full list.
I live in the UK.
The top five names for boys in 2011 were: Oliver, Jack, Harry, Charlie, James
The top 15 girls names in 2011 were: Lily, Emily, Isabella/Isabelle, Sophia/Sophie, Charlotte, Olivia, Ava, Chloe, Isla (pronounced Eye-La), Amelia, Jessica, Grace, Evie, Ella, Mia
I also know little girls called Imogen, Alice, Briony (BrY-O-Knee), Annabel, Abigail, Martha, Freya, Orly, Gillian, Elenna and Caroline.
My son is Isaac and his baby boy friends are Freddie, Samuel, Jacob, Noah, Alexander, Daniel, Benjamin, Angus, Lincoln, Robert, Archie and Theo.
Girls names here
This is my opinion:
Popular Danish girl's name:
Popular Boy's Name:
Here are some names that I have heard a lot in the last few years
dulcemariamar1:Here are some names that I have heard a lot in the last few years
You forgot Maria! ;) But seriously, it's the most common girls name in Spain that I've heard.
I have no idea what's common in Germany...
I'm in Scotland
Boys: Jack, Lewis, James, Logan, Alfie, Archie, Daniel
Girls: Sophie, Olivia, Ava, Isla, Claire, Freya, Poppy, Maisie
In the newborn group I am in the names are: Richard (DS), Archie, Alex, Hannah, Poppy, Amelia.
I hear the names Skye and Morag (pronounced more-ak) a lot for girls. I hear a lot of Dan for boys.
Is see this is an older thread, but where I live (Belgium, Flanders) this is the top 10 for girls:
Emma, Marie, Elise, Louise, Julie, Lotte, Noor, Fien (pronounced Feen), Nina, Amber
And for boys:
Lucas, Wout, Louis, Liam, Mathis, Noah, Lars, Vince, Leon, Kobe
Also wildly popular seem boys names Alexander, Milo, Milan, Seppe, Robbe, Ferre and girls names Axelle, Mila, Lena, Elena, Kato, Clara.