Appendix:Most popular given names by country

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The most popular given names vary nationally, regionally, and culturally. Lists of widely-used given names can consist of those most often bestowed upon infants born within the last year, thus reflecting the current onomastic trends, or else be composed of the personal names occurring most within the total population.

Popularity by region[edit]

The names listed in the following tables, unless otherwise noted, represent the most current top 10 breakdowns of what newborn children are commonly being christened in the various regions of the world.

Asia & Pacific[edit]

Male names[edit]

Region (year) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10
Northern Territory, Australia
(2005) [1]
Jack James Lachlan Benjamin Joshua Ryan John Patrick Samuel William
New South Wales, Australia
(2005) [2]
Jack Lachlan William Joshua Thomas James Ryan Daniel Matthew Samuel
Japan
(2002)
Shun Takumi Shō Ren Shōta Sōta Kaito Kenta Daiki
New Zealand
(2003) [3]
Joshua Jack Benjamin Samuel Daniel Jacob Ethan James Thomas Matthew
Philippines [4] Michael Ronald Ryan Joseph Joel tsgaon Marlon Richard Noel Jonathan
Turkey
(2000-2005) [5]
Mehmet Yusuf Furkan Mustafa Emre n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Female names[edit]

Region (year) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10
Australia
(2005) [2]
Olivia Charlotte Emily Chloe Ella Jessica Isabella Sophie Mia Emma
Japan
(2002)
Misaki Aoi Nanami Miu Riko Miyu Moe Mitsuki Yūka Rin
New Zealand
(2003) [3]
Emma Sophie Ella Emily Jessica Hannah Olivia Grace Charlotte Georgia
Philippines [4] Maricel Michelle Jennifer Janice Mary Grace Jocelyn Catherine Mary Anne Rowena Grace
Turkey
(2000-2005) [5]
Zeynep Merve Elif Irem Fatma n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Europe[edit]

Male names[edit]

Region (year) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10
Austria
(2003) [6]
Lukas Florian Tobias David Alexander Fabian Michael Julian Daniel Simon
Belgium
(2004) [7]
Noah Thomas Lucas Milan Nathan Louis Maxime Arthur Robbe Hugo
Czech Republic (2005, among Czech-speakers) [8] Jan Jakub Tomáš Adam Ondřej Martin Filip Lukáš Vojtěch Matěj
Denmark
(first half of 2005) [9]
Magnus Lucas Mathias Oliver Frederik Emil Mikkel Tobias Nikolaj Victor
England and Wales
(2006, b.) [10]
Jack Thomas Joshua Oliver Harry James William Samuel Daniel Charlie
Estonia
(2003, among Estonian-speakers)
Martin Markus Aleksander Rasmus Kevin Robin Sander n/a n/a n/a
Finland
(2005, among Finnish-speakers) [11]
Veeti Eetu Aleksi Joona Elias Juho Lauri Arttu Leevi Matias
France
(2003) [12]
Lucas Théo Thomas Hugo Maxime Enzo Antoine Clément Alexandre Quentin
Germany
(2005) [13]
Alexander Maximilian Leon Lukas, Lucas Luca Paul Jonas Felix Tim David
Hungary
(2005) [14]
Bence Máté Balázs Dávid Dániel Levente Tamás Ádám Péter Gergő
Iceland
(2001) [15]
Sigurður Guðmundur Jón Gunnar Ólafur Magnús Einar Kristján Björn Bjarni
Ireland
(2004) [16]
Sean Jack Conor Adam James Daniel Cian Luke Michael Aaron
Italy
(2006) [17]
Francesco Alessandro Andrea Matteo Lorenzo Mattia Simone Luca Gabriele Davide
Lithuania
(2004, total population)[18]
Jonas Antanas Vytautas Juozas Petras n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Lithuania
(2005, babies born)[18]
Lukas Matas Nojus Mantas Rokas Dovydas Dominykas Martynas Nedas Arnas
Malta
(2005) [19]
Matthew Luke Michael Aidan Jake Jamie Andre Isaac Nathan Zac
Netherlands
(2005) [20]
Daan Sem Thomas Tim Lucas Lars Thijs Milan Jesse Bram
Northern Ireland
(2003) [21]
Jack Matthew Adam James Ryan Joshua Conor Ben Daniel Dylan
Norway
(2005) [22]
Markus Mathias Jonas Kristian Tobias Alexander Adrian Henrik Andreas Martin
Poland
(2004, total population) [23]
Jan Andrzej Piotr Krzysztof Stanisław Tomasz Paweł Józef Marcin Marek
Portugal
(2003)
João Tiago André Pedro Ricardo José Manuel Diogo Fábio Miguel
Scotland
(2005) [24]
Jack Lewis Daniel Liam James Ryan Callum Logan Matthew Cameron
Slovenia
(2006, total population) [25]
Franc Janez Anton Jožef Ivan Andrej Marko Jože Marjan Peter
Spain
(2005, excluding Basque Country & Catalonia) [26]
Alejandro Daniel Pablo David Javier Adrián Álvaro Sergio Carlos Hugo
Basque Country, Spain
(2005) [26]
Iker Unai Jon Mikel Ander Asier Aitor Eneko Julen Aimar
Catalonia, Spain
(2005) [26]
Marc Alex Pau David Pol Daniel Arnau Joel Gerard Jordi
Sweden
(2005) [27]
Oscar William Lucas Filip Isak Elias Alexander Emil Hugo Viktor
Switzerland
(2004, among German-speakers) [28]
Luca Noah David Jan Joël Simon Nico Tim Jonas Lukas

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Female names[edit]

Region (year) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No.10
Austria
(2003) [6]
Sarah Anna Julia Laura Lena Hannah Lisa Katharina Leonie Vanessa
Belgium
(2004) [7]
Emma Marie Laura Julie Sarah Clara Manon Léa Lisa Camille
Czech Republic
(2005, among Czech-speakers) [8]
Tereza Eliška Adéla Natálie Anna Karolína Kristýna Aneta Nikola Kateřina
Denmark
(first half of 2005) [9]
Mathilde Emma Laura Sofie Freja Caroline Ida Sara Julie Anna
England and Wales
(2006) [10]
Olivia Grace Jessica Ruby Emily Sophie Chloe Lucy Lily Ellie
Estonia
(2003, among Estonian-speakers)
Sandra Kristina Anna Laura Maria Diana n/a n/a n/a n/a
Finland
(2005, among Finnish-speakers) [11]
Emma Ella Siiri Aino Anni Sara Venla Aada Emilia Iida
France
(2003) [12]
Léa Manon Emma Chloé Camille Océane Clara Marie Sarah Inès
Germany
(2005) [13]
Marie Sophie, Sofie Maria Anna, Anne Leonie Lena Emily Lea, Leah Julia Laura
Hungary
(2005) [14]
Anna Viktória Réka Vivien Zsófia Petra Dorina Fanni Boglárka Eszter
Iceland
(2000-2004) [15]
Anna Sara Katrín Guðrún María Telma Kristín Birta Eva Helga
Ireland
(2005) [16]
Emma Sarah Katie Amy Aoife Ciara Sophie Chloe Leah Ella
Italy
(2006) [29]
Giulia Sara Sofia Martina Chiara Alessia Giorgia Aurora Francesca Giada
Lithuania
(2004, total population)[18]
Ona Janina Irena Elena Danutė Regina Aldona Marija
Lithuania
(2005, babies born)[18]
Gabija Kamilė Emilija Gabrielė Ugnė Austėja Viktorija Evelina Augustė Rugilė
Malta
(2005) [19]
Maria Martina Amy Gulia Shania Maia Catherine Emma Nicole Michela
Netherlands
(2005) [20]
Sanne Emma Anna Iris Anouk Melissa Eva Julia Lotte Isa
Northern Ireland
(2003) [21]
Emma Katie Chloe Caitlin Amy Ellie Rachel Sarah Megan Hannah
Norway
(2005) [22]
Emma Thea Ida Sara Julie Emilie Hanna Nora Malin Ingrid
Poland
(2004, total population) [23]
Anna Maria Katarzyna Małgorzata Agnieszka Krystyna Barbara Ewa Elżbieta Zofia
Portugal
(2003)
Maria Joana Ana Catarina Inês Teresa Isabel Margarida Carolina Filipa
Scotland
(2005) [24]
Sophie Emma Ellie Amy Erin Lucy Katie Chloe Rebecca Emily
Slovenia
(2006, total population) [25]
Marija Ana Irena Jožefa Maja Frančiška Mojca Mateja Ivana Nataša
Spain
(2005, excluding Basque Country & Catalonia) [26]
Lucía María Paula Laura Marta Andrea Alba Sara Claudia Ana
Basque Country, Spain
(2005) [26]
Ana Irati Leire Izaro Naroa Maria Nerea June Paula Nahia
Catalonia, Spain
(2005) [26]
Paula Maria Carla Laura Laia Julia Alba Marta Claudia Andrea
Sweden
(2005, ) [27]
Emma Maja Julia Alice Ida Linnéa Elin Alva Hanna Ella
Switzerland
(2004, among German-speakers) [28]
Lea Anna Laura Leonie Julia Lara Chiara Nina Jana Vanessa

North & South America[edit]

Male names[edit]

Region (year) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10
Argentina
(2003) [30]
Juan Carlos Jorge José Luis Roberto Alberto Eduardo Ricardo Miguel
Brazil
(2003)
João Gabriel Pedro Lucas Matheus Guilherme Gustavo Luiz Kauan Felipe
Canada
(2003, among Anglophones) [31]
Ethan Joshua Matthew Jacob Ryan Logan Nicholas Tyler Dylan Connor
British Columbia, Canada
(2005) [32]
Ethan Joshua Matthew Jacob Nathan Ryan Alexander Liam Nicholas Noah
Québec, Canada
(2004) [33]
Samuel William Alexis Gabriel Jeremy Xavier Felix Thomas Antoine Olivier
Chile
(2005) [34]
Benjamín Matías Vicente Martín Sebastián Diego Nicolás Juan José Cristóbal
United States
(2005) [35]
Jacob Michael Joshua Matthew Ethan Andrew Daniel Anthony Christopher Joseph

Female names[edit]

Region (year) No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10
Argentina
(2003) [30]
María Ana Marta Susana Alicia Rosa Silvia Graciela Beatriz Norma
Brazil
(2003)
Maria Ana Júlia Vitória Letícia Beatriz Giovanna Yasmin Larissa Mariana
Canada
(2003, among English-speakers) [31]
Emily Emma Madison Sarah Hannah Sydney Megan Ashley Taylor Paige
British Columbia, Canada
(2005) [32]
Emma Emily Olivia Hannah Madison Ava Sarah Ella Isabella Grace
Québec, Canada
(2004) [33]
Lea Rosalie Noemie Laurence Jade Megane Sarah Audrey Camille Coralie
Chile
(2005) [34]
Constanza Catalina Valentina Javiera Martina Sofía María Antonia Fernanda Francisca
United States
(2005) [35]
Emily Emma Madison Abigail Olivia Isabella Hannah Samantha Ava Ashley

Most popular names by year[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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