You know that joyful feeling when you find one of your favourite names right down near the bottom of the popularity list, which is popped hen you realise that it’s as popular as, well, a name you may not like as much? I’ve had that a lot recently:
Two of my favourite names, Clementine and Luna, share the ranking of #565, with Mylee, Billie, Jaya, Selina and Laaibah.
Cosmo is below the 1000, with only 24 births, alongside Issa and Ryder.
Wren and Sunny are also under the 1000 mark, with 17 births apiece, alongside Leni, Roxi, Beca, Chelsy, Ellymay and Lacey-Mai.
Rupert had 106 uses, as did Yuvraj and Deacon.
Phineas and Prosper had 5 apiece, as did Muizz, Nixon, Promise, Ramsay and Reily.
Juniper had 8 uses, as did Guste, Kodi and Romie.
Flora had 104 uses, as did Trinity.
Indie had 43 uses, as did Kaydee, Mercy and Mikayla.
Rosalind had 30 uses, as did Mazie, Cindy, Gurleen and Cienna.
Saskia had 94 uses, as did Bailey and Safiya.
On the male side, Rowan shares the #155 spot with Kenzie, and a female Rowan has 81 uses, alongside Alannah and Martyna.
Alistair is as popular as Rayhan, both with 100 uses each, respectively.
Cassius is as popular as Ilyas, each with 72 uses, respectively.
Gideon had 39 uses, as did Kajus, Nojus and Ronny.
Alec had 66 uses, as did Abbas and Shayan.