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Oliver has now remained the most popular boys name there for the fifth year running, followed by William and Jack.

For girls, Charlotte bumped Olivia down from the top spot to second in , with Mia coming in third. All of which are far removed from the curious break from tradition in , which saw the most popular name in France being Kevin. The top Italian name for boys in Francesco a latin name shared by everyone from the Renaissance sculptor to the current Pope , followed by Alessandro and Leonardo. Oliver creeps in at third for Denmark. The majority of Brazil 64 per cent is Roman Catholic.

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It was also the 15th most common surname in the US according to census data from For girls the top three respectively are Precious , Princess and Amahle. For boys, Hiroshi has been ranked as the most popular name going all the way back to the s. Hiroshi is followed in popularity by Takashi, and Akira.

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The most popular last name on the Korean Peninsula is Kim - also the name of the ruling family of North Korea - accounting for more than 20 per cent of the population. For hundreds of years, only royals and aristocrats had the name, but over time, and ultimately with the abolishment of the class system in , all Koreans took up surnames and Kim became widespread.

First names are placed after surnames and almost always consist of single syllables. As for the rest of Russia, reports vary considerably, but other names that frequently crop up in the top five include Artem and Maxim. In fact, as of it was the most common given name in the world, according to the sixth edition of The Columbia Encyclopedia, with more than an estimated million men and boys sharing the moniker.

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Parents were no longer able to call their children by names such as Linda, Alice or Elaine after the civil affairs department at the ministry issued a list of the prohibited names. It makes sense, therefore, that according to the Pew Research Centre, more than 70 per cent of Americans identify themselves as Christians. By comparison, a British Social Attitudes survey last year found that more than 50 per cent of adults describe themselves as having no religious affiliation whatsoever. Australia might be about as far as you can get from the UK in terms of mileage, but we appear to share a close allegiance in terms of names.

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Oliver has now remained the most popular boys name there for the fifth year running, followed by William and Jack. For girls, Charlotte bumped Olivia down from the top spot to second in , with Mia coming in third. All of which are far removed from the curious break from tradition in , which saw the most popular name in France being Kevin.

The top Italian name for boys in Francesco a latin name shared by everyone from the Renaissance sculptor to the current Pope , followed by Alessandro and Leonardo.

Oliver creeps in at third for Denmark. The majority of Brazil 64 per cent is Roman Catholic. It was also the 15th most common surname in the US according to census data from For girls the top three respectively are Precious , Princess and Amahle.

The most popular baby names around the world

For boys, Hiroshi has been ranked as the most popular name going all the way back to the s. Hiroshi is followed in popularity by Takashi, and Akira. The most popular last name on the Korean Peninsula is Kim - also the name of the ruling family of North Korea - accounting for more than 20 per cent of the population. For hundreds of years, only royals and aristocrats had the name, but over time, and ultimately with the abolishment of the class system in , all Koreans took up surnames and Kim became widespread.

First names are placed after surnames and almost always consist of single syllables.