Stock picture. However, earth-friendly baby names have also been popular, with Forrest and Ivy appearing on the list - as parents become more conscious of climate change. Top Baby Names of 2019. The list, which is collated after thousands of parents register their babies names on the website, also saw Muhammad, Noah and Leo top the list for boys names. Baby names in England and Wales.

The daily lifestyle email from Metro.co.uk. Our popularity lists tend to predict the U.S. Social Security baby names popularity lists because our members are naming future babies! According to BabyCentre, a registration for the name combination Blair Margaret proves “politics is no longer divided on party lines”. For boy names, Muhammed has proved its lasting power, while Oliver, which held the second place spot for years, dropped two spots to be replaced by Noah.

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Previously popular names among new parents have dropped out of the top choices and traditional names made a surge up the list of the top 100 names. Kylo has also surged following the release of the new Star Wars sequel trilogy featuring leading character Kylo Ren, who first appeared in 2015.

In a year of musical films, including the long-awaited new Lion King movie, Simba appeared for the very first time while the number of baby Nalas quadrupled. Nature sparked the imagination of parents, with Robyn soaring 27 places to number 65, while Forrest, Eden, Ivy, Rowan, Willow, Holly, Jasmine, Iris and Olive were also on the rise. 'It's been a year of blockbuster musical movies and this clearly struck a chord with BabyCentre parents, who found notes of inspiration in films ranging from Bohemian Rhapsody to The Lion King,' said Lorna.

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People share the WORST Secret... You're not fooling anyone! Girls' names to make a first-time appearance on the top 100 round-up include Thea, which ranks at 77th, Adeline, 82nd and Alyssa at 94th.

Want to bookmark your favourite articles and stories to read or reference later? In all honesty, the number one names really aren’t shocking – both Olivia and Muhammad have been in the top ten for years (Olivia was the top name in 2018, while Muhammad was in eighth place last year) – but it’s always interesting to see which names are gradual risers, which ones have burst on to the scene, and what trends and influences are coming into play when it comes to the big decision of what to call our children.