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Popularity of the Baby Name Evie

Number of Babies Named Evie

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Popular Baby Names in Oxfordshire, 2016

According to data released yesterday by Oxfordshire County Council, the most popular baby names in Oxfordshire, England, in 2016 were Lily and Jack.

Here are Oxfordshire’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2016:

Girl Names
1. Lily
2. Amelia
3. Olivia
4. Isla
5. Emily
6. Ava
7. Sophia
8. Evie
9. Isabella
10. Sophie

Boy Names
1. Jack
2. Henry
3. Harry
4. George
5. Oliver
6. Joshua
7. Thomas
8. William
9. Samuel
10. James

Notably, Jack wasn’t even in the top 10 in 2015.

Source: Jack and Lily top the list of Oxfordshire most popular baby names in 2016


Popular Baby Names in Victoria, 2016

According to data released on January 11th by the Victorian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, the most popular baby names in Victoria, Australia, in 2016 were Charlotte and Oliver.

Here are Victoria’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2016:

Girl Names
1. Charlotte, 453 baby girls
2. Olivia, 413
3. Mia, 364
4. Amelia, 355
5. Ava, 324
6. Isla, 323
7. Zoe, 304
8. Evie, 301
9. Grace, 278
10. Chloe, 273

Boy Names
1. Oliver, 516 baby boys
2. Jack, 435
3. William, 405
4. Noah, 373
5. James, 333
6. Ethan, 325
7. Thomas, 320
8. Max, 282
9. Mason, 263
10. Alexander, 262

Charlotte replaces Olivia as the #1 name for girls. In the girls’ top 10, Isla and Grace replace Sophie and Emily.

In the boys’ top 10, Mason and Alexander replace Lucas and Charlie.

Here are the 2015 rankings.

Source: Search popular names – Births, Deaths & Marriages Victoria, The most popular baby names in Victoria for 2016

Names in the News: Evie Megan, Chloe, Thatcher

Three recent baby name stories out of England:

  • Evie Megan: In December of 2013, a baby girl born in Manchester — on Christmas Eve, in the passenger seat of a Renault Megane — was named Evie Megan.
  • Chloe: In December of 2015, a baby girl born to a family in Northhampton was named Holly Chloe, middle name in honor of the paramedic who assisted her mother during the birth.
  • Thatcher: In January of 2016, a baby boy born to a Conservative councillor in Essex was named Thatcher after former prime minister Margaret Thatcher.

And here are two non-names: In April of 2016, a mother in Powys was forbidden from naming her twins (a girl and a boy) Cyanide and Preacher.

Here are three earlier name stories from nearby Scotland and Ireland.

Sources: Meet the Christmas baby named after the car she was born in, Baby named after the paramedic who helped with delivery, Essex man names his baby after ex-PM Margaret Thatcher, Powys mum banned from naming daughter Cyanide by court

Popular Baby Names in Northern Territory, 2015

According to the government of Northern Territory, Australia, the most popular baby names in NT in 2015 were Charlotte and Jack.

Here are Northern Territory’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2015:

Baby Girl Names Baby Boy Names
1. Charlotte, 20 baby girls
2. Ava, 14 (tie)
3. Ella, 14 (tie)
4. Emily, 14 (tie)
5. Lucy, 14 (tie)
6. Olivia, 14 (tie)
7. Isla, 13 (tie)
8. Matilda, 13 (tie)
9. Sophie, 13 (tie)
10. Chloe, 12 (tie)
1. Jack, 24 baby boys
2. James, 22
3. William, 19
4. Thomas, 18
5. Levi, 16
6. Oliver, 15 (tie)
7. Ryan, 15 (tie)
8. Lucas, 14
9. Hunter, 13 (tie)
10. Isaac, 13 (tie)

Tied with Chloe was Evie (in 11th place), and tied with Hunter and Isaac were Lachlan, Liam and Samuel (in 11th, 12th and 13th place).

Here are Northern Territory’s 2014 rankings.

Source: Popular Names – Department of the Attorney-General and Justice

Update, 8/22/2016: Just learned that, technically, the top baby name in NT last year was “not stated.”

Why? Because parents of ninety of the nearly 4,000 babies born in 2015 weren’t able to get a name registered within NT’s 60-day naming deadline.

Most of these parents simply weren’t able to decide in time. Others did decide in time, but the names they chose were rejected by the registrar.

Source: Why ‘not stated’ tops the baby names list in the Territory

Popular Baby Names in Victoria, 2015

According to the Victorian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, the most popular baby names in Victoria, Australia, in 2015 were Olivia and Oliver.

Here are Victoria’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2015:

Girl Names Boy Names
1. Olivia, 393 baby girls
2. Charlotte, 352
3. Amelia, 338
4. Ava, 324
5. Mia, 283
6. Chloe, 281
7. Zoe, 268
8. Evie, 263
9. Sophie, 242
10. Emily, 237
1. Oliver, 527 baby boys
2. Jack, 415
3. William, 411
4. Thomas, 337
5. Noah, 320
6. Ethan, 305
7. James, 286
8. Lucas, 284
9. Max, 258
10. Charlie, 249

Zoe and Evie replace Ella and Ruby in the girls’ top 10, and Max and Charlie replace Mason and Alexander in the boys’ top 10.

Here are the 2014 rankings.

Source: Search popular names – Births, Deaths & Marriages Victoria

Popular Baby Names in Ireland, 2014

According to data from Ireland’s Central Statistics Office (CSO), the most popular baby names in Ireland in 2014 were Emily and Jack.

Here are Ireland’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2014:

Girl Names Boy Names
1. Emily, 619 baby girls
2. Sophie, 468
3. Emma, 441
4. Grace, 408
5. Ava, 404
6. Ella, 398
7. Amelia, 388
8. Mia, 370
9. Lucy, 369
10. Aoife, 364
1. Jack, 786 baby boys
2. James, 695
3. Daniel, 638
4. Conor, 581
5. Sean, 526
6. Adam, 493
7. Luke, 437
8. Noah, 434
9. Harry, 398
10. Charlie, 389

In the girls’ top 10, Mia replaces Sarah. (Also: Grace rises from 9th to 4th while Aoife falls from 6th to 10th.)

In the boys’ top 10, Luke and Charlie replace Ryan and Michael.

Of all the girl names in the current top 100, the ones that saw the biggest increases from 2013 to 2014 were…

  • Evie, Amber, Sadie, Annie and Ailbhe (in terms of rank change)
  • Sadie, Olivia, Amber, Evie and Lily (in terms of number of babies)

Of all the boy names in the current top 100, the ones that saw the biggest increases from 2013 to 2014 were…

  • Ollie, Peter, Isaac, Danny, Billy and Lorcan (in terms of rank change)
  • David, Luke, Callum, Peter and Ciaran (in terms of number of babies)

Kayden, the boy name that saw the biggest rank-change increase from 2012 to 2013, was one of the names that dropped out of the top 100 in 2014.

Here are the 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2007 rankings for Ireland.

Source: Irish Babies’ Names 2014 (CSO)

Popular Baby Names in Western Australia, 2014

According to data from the Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages, the most popular baby names in Western Australia in 2014 were Emily and Oliver.

Here are WA’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2014:

Girl Names Boy Names
1. Emily, 204 baby girls
2. Ava, 199
3. Charlotte, 186
4. Olivia, 181
5. Amelia and Mia, 180 each (tie)
6. Ella, 171
7. Isla, 166
8. Sophie, 164
9. Chloe, 162
10. Grace, 157
1. Oliver, 254 baby boys
2. Jack, 239
3. Noah, 216
4. William, 198
5. Lucas, 183
6. Thomas, 182
7. James, 175
8. Ethan, 170
9. Liam and Jacob, 147 each (tie)
10. Mason, 146

The girls’ top 50 includes Zara (18th), Evie (19th), Imogen (23rd), Indiana (39th) and Indi (49th).

The boys’ top 50 includes Harrison (16th), Jaxon (21st), Flynn (40th), Archer (41st) and Jai (48th).

One article also noted that Frozen name Elsa “saw a small, but noticeable, boost from three in 2013 to 17 last year.”

Here are Western Australia’s rankings for 2013 and 2012.

Sources: Popular Baby Names – Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages, Oliver and Emily WA’s most popular baby names for 2014 while Disney’s Frozen inspires some parents