How popular is the baby name Gabriel in the United States right now? How popular was it historically? Find out using the graph below! Plus, check out all the blog posts that mention the name Gabriel.
According to Paris Data, the most popular baby names in Paris, France, in 2019 were
Louise and Gabriel.
Here are the city’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:
Louise, 223 baby girls Jeanne, 195 Emma, 180 (tie) Alice, 180 (tie) Chloé, 177 Alma, 152 Anna, 142 Charlotte, 140 Joséphine, 133 (tie) Adèle, 133 (tie)
Gabriel, 371 baby boys Adam, 292 Arthur, 282 Raphaël, 272 Louis, 271 Mohamed, 213 Victor, 187 Léon, 181 Paul, 180 Isaac, 174 (tie) Joseph, 174 (tie)
In the girls’ top 10, Alma, Joséphine and Adèle replace Rose, Léa, and Inès. (Notably, Joséphine jumped from 30th place — 97 baby girls — all the way into the top 10.)
In the boys’ top 10, Léon and Isaac/Joseph replace Alexandre and Gaspard.
Finally, here’s a selection of names from elsewhere in the 2019 Paris data (which, like the SSA data, includes all names given to at least five babies per year).
Parisian Girl Names Parisian Boy Names Apolline (80 girls), Garance (60), Aminata (55), Isaure (40), Castille (37), Ysée (29), Sixtine (17), Athénaïs (15), Prune (14), France (6), Ombeline (6) Octave (79 boys), Balthazar (37), Djibril (30), Aurélien (22), Hippolyte (21), Corentin (10), Matisse (9), Zéphyr (7), Tancrède (7), Enguerrand (6), Kaïss (5)
Liste des prénoms – Paris Data
According to data from Statistics Belgium, the country’s most popular baby names in 2019 were
Olivia and Arthur.
Here are Belgium’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:
Olivia, 651 baby girls Emma, 563 Mila, 518 Louise, 515 Alice, 407 Lina, 388 Juliette, 378 Anna, 349 Elena, 347 Lucie, 343
Arthur, 610 baby boys Liam, 575 Louis, 549 Noah, 545 Adam, 504 Jules, 470 Lucas, 451 Victor, 449 Gabriel, 391 Mohamed, 357
In the girls’ top 10, Anna and Lucie replace Marie and Sofia.
The boys’ top 10 includes the same names, but in a different order.
The #1 names within each of Belgium’s three regions were:
Brussels: Nour and Adam Flanders: Olivia and Liam Wallonia: Olivia and Louis
Finally, here are some of the baby names that were given to 5 babies each in Belgium last year.
Rare Girl Names Rare Boy Names Ayliz, Bintou, Cerise, Doja, Elmedina, Fem, Gina, Honorine, Iluna, Jitske, Karlijn, Lilo, Miruna, Nellia, Olga, Puck, Rinad, Sondos, Wissal, Zaya Alperen, Bulut, Chahine, Dastan, Eiden, Furkan, Ghali, Haytham, Ivar, Jarno, Kassim, Lokman, Muaz, Nunzio, Odilon, Pelle, Remco, Sigge, Tidiane, Zias
2018, the top names were Emma and Arthur.
First names for boys and girls | Statbel
According to data from the Swiss Federal Statistical Office (FSO), the most popular baby names in Switzerland in 2019 were
Mia and Liam.
Here are the country’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:
Mia, 434 baby girls Emma, 401 Sofia, 341 Lara, 312 Emilia, 310 Mila, 298 Lina, 294 Lia, 292 Lena, 280 Anna, 276
Liam, 443 baby boys Noah, 437 Matteo, 360 Gabriel, 340 Luca, 336 Leon, 318 Elias, 314 Louis, 312 David, 264 Samuel, 252
In the girls’ top 10, Lara, Lina and Lia replace Lea, Elena and Laura.
In the boys’ top 10, Samuel replaces Ben.
Here are the top baby names within each of Switzerland’s main language groups:
German speakers (63% of the population): Mia and Noah French speakers (23%): Emma and Liam Italian speakers (8%): Sofia and Leonardo Romansh speakers (under 1%): Lina and Elia/Finn/Luca (3-way tie)
2018, the top names in the country overall were Emma and Liam.
Vornamen der Neugeborenen, Revealed: Switzerland’s most popular baby names, Mia, Emma, Liam, Noah: the most popular baby names of 2019
According to Transparência do Registro Civil (part of ARPEN Brasil), the most popular baby names in the country in 2019 were
Enzo Gabriel and Maria Eduarda.
Here are Brazil’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:
Maria Eduarda, 12,063 baby girls Maria Clara, 10,751 Maria Cecilia, 9,570 Maria Julia, 9,448 Maria Luiza, 9,132 Ana Clara, 8,452 Maria Alice, 8,388 Ana Julia, 8,232 Helena, 7,765 Alice, 6,660
Enzo Gabriel, 16,672 baby boys João Miguel, 15,082 Pedro Henrique, 11,103 Miguel, 9,436 Arthur, 8,525 João Pedro, 8,372 Heitor, 6,829 João Lucas, 6,557 Davi Lucas, 6,543 Davi Lucca, 6,010
These rankings are based on provisional data covering 2019 up to December 19th. (By that date, 4,472,331 babies had been born in Brazil, which is currently the 6th-most-populated country in the world.)
I’ve never posted the Brazilian rankings before, but other sources says that the top two names (Maria Eduarda and Enzo Gabriel) were the same in 2018.
Enzo Gabriel, João Miguel e Maria Eduarda são os nomes mais registrados no Brasil em 2019, See the most registered name in Brazil, List of countries and dependencies by population – Wikipedia
According to the Philippine Statistics Authority, the most popular baby names in the country in 2018 were
Althea and Nathaniel.
Here are the Philippines’ top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2018:
Althea, 2,395 baby girls Samantha, 2,165 Angel, 2,086 Angela, 1,810 Princess, 1,641 Sophia, 1,537 Sofia, 1,432 Andrea, 1,293 Nathalie, 1,285 Alexa, 1,241
Nathaniel, 2,455 baby boys James, 2,242 Jacob, 2,028 Gabriel, 2,004 Joshua, 1,980 Angelo, 1,872 Nathan, 1,796 John Mark, 1,611 Christian, 1,537 Daniel, 1,498
New to the girls’ top 10 are Nathalie and Alexa. (Nathalie may have gotten a boost from the character Natalie on the Philippine TV series
The boys’ top 10 includes the same ten names, but in a different order.
One fast-rising girl name outside the top 10 is Catriona, thanks to Filipino-Australian beauty queen
Catriona Gray, who was crowned Miss Universe 2018.
Baby Names 2018 (PDF) – Philippine Statistics Authority