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According to the Yukon Bureau of Statistics, the most popular baby names in Yukon in 2019 were Ava/Isla/Livia/Quinn (4-way tie) and Henry.
Here are all the baby names bestowed two or more times in Yukon last year:
In 2018, the top names in Yukon were Amber/Grace (2-way tie) and Thomas.
In 1990s and early 2000s, the top names in Yukon included Emily, Samantha, Alexander and James.
Source: Oh, Henry! Here are the most popular baby names in Yukon in 2019
According to the Population Register Centre of Finland (Väestörekisterikeskus), the most popular baby names in the country in 2018 were Eevi and Eeli.
Here are Finland’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2018:
- Eevi, 304 baby girls
- Sofia, 265
- Venla, 252
- Ella, 248
- Aino, 247
- Aada, 244
- Helmi, 237
- Emma, 230
- Olivia, 227
- Isla, 224
- Eeli, 404 baby boys
- Elias, 388
- Leo, 365
- Oliver, 330
- Eino, 317
- Väinö, 281
- Onni, 278
- Leevi, 245
- Niilo, 214
- Noel, 207
In the girls’ top 10, Olivia and Isla replace Lilja, Elli, and Enni. (Two replace three because there was a tie for 10th last year.)
In the boys’ top 10, Eeli — which wasn’t even in the top 10 in 2017 — replaces Eetu. My best guess on the sudden popularity of Eeli is young hockey player Eeli Tolvanen (EY-leh TOLL-vah-nen).
Among Finland’s Swedish-speakers (between 5% and 6% of the total population) the top baby names were Saga and William.
And in 2017, the top names in Finland overall were Aino and Leo.
Sources: Eevi ja Eeli ovat vuoden 2018 suosikkinimet, Nimet – Väestörekisterikeskus, Etunimitilasto 2018 suomenkieliset (PDF)
According to Statistics Austria, the most popular baby names in the country in 2018 were Anna and Paul.
Here are Austria’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2018:
- Anna – used for 869 baby girls (2.1%)
- Lena (2-way tie)
- Mia (2-way tie)
- Paul – used for 830 baby boys (1.9%)
In the girls’ top 10, Valentina replaces Sophie.
In the boys’ top 10, Leon replaces Jonas.
And in 2017, the two top names in the country were Anna and Maximilian.
Source: First Names of newborn babies 2018
According to data from the Swiss Federal Statistical Office (FSO), the most popular baby names in Switzerland in 2018 were Emma and Liam.
Here are the country’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2018:
- Emma, 504 baby girls
- Mia, 445
- Sofia, 342
- Lea, 325
- Elena, 319
- Emilia, 307
- Mila, 301
- Anna, 299
- Laura, 277
- Lena, 275
- Liam, 446 baby boys
- Noah, 443
- Leon, 344
- Luca, 332
- Elias, 326
- Gabriel, 324
- Matteo, 313
- Louis, 301
- Ben, 281
- David, 265
In the girls’ top 10, Elena, Mila, and Laura replace Lina, Lara, and Nina.
In the boys’ top 10, Louis replaces Samuel.
Here are the top baby names within each of Switzerland’s main language groups:
- German speakers (63% of the population)
- Top 3 girl names: Mia, Emma, Lea
- Top 3 boy names: Noah, Leon, Elias
- French speakers (23%)
- Top 3 girl names: Emma, Alice, Eva
- Top 3 boy names: Liam, Gabriel, Arthur
- Italian speakers (8%)
- Top 3 girl names: Sofia, Alice, Emily
- Top 3 boy names: Leonardo, Liam, Alessandro
- Romansh speakers (less than 1%)
- Top girl name: Chiara, Clara, Emilia, Gianna, Hanna, Joana, Lana, Lara, Lena, Lenia, Lia, Mara (at least a 10-way tie)
- Top boy name: Alessio, Laurin, Liam, Men (4-way tie)
In 2017, the top names in the country overall were Emma and Noah.
Sources: Vornamen der Neugeborenen – Swiss Federal Statistical Office, Not a Heidi in sight: The most popular Swiss baby names in 2018 – The Local