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Popularity of the Baby Name Filip


Posts that Mention the Name Filip

Popular Baby Names in Norway, 2018

According to Statistics Norway, the most popular baby names in Norway in 2018 were Emma and Lucas/Lukas.

Here are Norway’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2018:

norway baby girl names 2018Girl Names (“Jentenavn”)
1. Emma, 420 baby girls
2. Nora/Norah, 361
3. Olivia, 324
4. Sara/Sahra/Sarah/Zara, 313
5. Emilie, 303
6. Leah/Lea, 299
7. Sofie/Sophie, 296
8. Ella, 291
9. Amalie, 286
10. Maja/Maia/Maya, 284

Boy Names (“Guttenavn”)
1. Lucas/Lukas, 419 baby boys
2. Filip/Fillip/Philip/Phillip, 414
3. Oliver, 403
4. Oskar/Oscar, 382
5. Emil, 378
6. Jakob/Jacob, 375
7. Noah/Noa, 351
8. Aksel/Axel, 332
9. Henrik, 328
10. Elias, 307

In the girls’ top 10, Leah/Lea and Amalie replace Sofia/Sophia and Ingrid/Ingerid/Ingri.

In the boys’ top 10, Aksel/Axel and Henrik replace William and Isak/Isaac/Isac.

In the capital city of Oslo, the top names were Mohammad and Alma.

In the county of Oppland, literature name Tiril is back on top.

And finally, in 2017, the top names in the country were Sofie/Sophie and Jakob/Jacob.

Sources: Navn – SSB, These were the most popular names in 2018

Popular Baby Names in Slovakia, 2018

According to Slovakia’s Interior Ministry, the most popular baby names in the country in 2018 were Sofia and Jakub.

Here are Slovakia’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2018:

Girl Names
1. Sofia, 772 baby girls
2. Ema, 706
3. Nina, 671
4. Viktória, 670
5. Natália, 603
6. Eliška, 578
7. Nela, 493
8. Tamara, 471
9. Laura, 448
10. Hana, 444

Boy Names
1. Jakub, 1,266 baby boys
4. Adam, 975
3. Michal, 934
4. Samuel, 913
5. Tomáš, 850
6. Filip, 767
7. Matej, 760
8. Martin, 754
9. Oliver, 753
10. Lukáš, 721

Sofia has been the #1 girl name in the country since 2008, and Jakub has been the #1 boy name “for most of the past decade.”

Though names of international origin (“such as Lucas or Vivien”) started filtering into Slovakia after WWII, they didn’t become popular until relatively recently.

(For other European baby name rankings, see the European baby name rankings subcategory.)

Source: 2018: What were the most popular names for babies born in Slovakia?

Popular Baby Names in Norway, 2017

According to Statistics Norway, the most popular baby names in Norway in 2017 were Sofie/Sophie and Jakob/Jacob.

Here are Norway’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2017:

Girl Names
1. Sofie/Sophie, 412 baby girls
2. Nora/Norah, 405
3. Emma, 380
4. Sara/Sahra/Sarah/Zara, 346
5. Ella, 319
6. Olivia, 316
7. Maja/Maia/Maya, 312
8. Emilie, 285
9. Sofia/Sophia, 272
10. Ingrid/Ingerid/Ingri, 272

Boy Names
1. Jakob/Jacob, 424 baby boys
2. Lucas/Lukas, 404
3. Emil, 397
4. Oskar/Oscar, 393
5. Oliver, 390
6. William, 383
7. Filip/Fillip/Philip/Phillip, 382
8. Noah/Noa, 368
9. Elias, 349
10. Isak/Isaac/Isac, 330

The girls’ top 10 is the same, but the names are in a different order.

In the boys’ top 10, Elias and Isak replace Mathias and Aksel.

In the capital city of Oslo, the top names were Mohammad and Sofia. Statistics Norway said that it doesn’t have a “good explanation” for why Sofia-with-an-A is #1 in the capital while Sofie-with-an-E is #1 in the country.

In 2016, the top names were Nora/Norah/Noora and William.

Sources: Navn – SSB, These are Norway’s most popular kids’ names, Most popular names in 2017

Popular Baby Names in Czech Republic, 2016

According to data from the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic, the most popular baby names in the country in 2016 were Eliška and Jakub.

Here are the Czech Republic’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2016:

Girl Names
1. Eliška, 2,219 baby girls
2. Tereza, 1,915
3. Anna, 1,765
4. Adéla, 1,530
5. Natálie, 1,382
6. Ema, 1,274
7. Viktorie, 1,246
8. Sofie, 1,238
9. Karolína, 1,187
10. Kristýna, 1,017

Boy Names
1. Jakub, 2,756 baby boys
2. Jan, 2,426
3. Adam, 2,020
4. Tomáš, 1,843
5. Matyáš, 1,727
6. Filip, 1,607
7. Ondřej, 1,575
8. Vojtěch, 1,569
9. Matěj, 1,553
10. David, 1,532

I forgot to post the 2015 rankings, but here are the 2014 rankings — the top two names (Eliška and Jakub) were the same.

Some of the names used just once last year include: Arslen, Bivoj, Cirilla, Dalibor Jan, Elayo, Fedderick, Győző, Horst, Inari, Janko, Kvído, Leen, Mio, Nemanja, Oktavián, Pankrác, Quido Adam, Rostislava, Sagvan, Torian, Ute, Velen Vítek, Wendelin, Xenie, Yazan, and Žasmina. (This is a mix of both boy and girl names.)

Győző means “conqueror” in Hungarian. It’s basically the Hungarian equivalent of Victor.

Source: Četnost jmen a příjmení (via Maybe it is Daijirō (aka Maks))

Popular Baby Names in Poland, 2016

According to data released by the government of Poland, the most popular baby names in the country in 2016 were Zuzanna and Antoni.

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

Girl Names
1. Zuzanna, 8,837 baby girls
2. Julia, 8,637
3. Lena, 8,367
4. Maja, 8,303
5. Hanna, 7,948
6. Zofia, 7,702
7. Amelia, 6,598
8. Alicja, 5,692
9. Aleksandra, 5,428
10. Natalia, 4,809

Boy Names
1. Antoni, 9,183 baby boys
2. Jakub, 8,942
3. Szymon, 8,264
4. Jan, 7,584
5. Filip, 6,674
6. Franciszek, 6,551
7. Mikołaj, 6,380
8. Aleksander, 6,248
9. Kacper, 5,995
10. Wojciech, 5,915

Each of these lists include the same 10 names as the year before, but in slightly different order. (The #1 names in 2015 were Zuzanna and Jakub.)

Here are the top baby names in Warsaw in 2015, and the top baby names in Poland in 2013.

Source: Data for 2016 – Ministry of Digitization (found via Maybe it is Daijiro)