You already know which names are hot in the United States; but which names are most popular in other countries? Here’s what parents from around the world are naming their children.
Every name is cuter with a British accent.
Girls: Sophia, Emily, Lily, Olivia, Amelia, Isla
Boys: Muhammad, Oliver, Jack, Noah, Jacob, Charlie
These names are as flavorful as their country’s food.
Girls: Aadya, Diya, Saanvi, Amaira, Angel, Myra
Boys: Aarav, Reyansh, Muhammad, Vivaan, Ayaan, Vihaan
Check out these delightful names from down-under.
Girls: Charlotte, Olivia, Amelia, Ava, Sophia, Zoe
Boys: Oliver, Noah, Jack, Lucas, William, Jackson
These Mexican names are as beautifully classic as they come.
Girls: María, Guadalupe, Juana, Margarita, Verónica, Elizabeth
Boys: José, Luis, Juan, Miguel, Francisco, Jesús
Give your baby a name with a French twist.
Girls: Manon, Jade, Louise, Alice, Camille, Chloe
Boys: Armand, Jules, Lucas, Leo, Gabriel, Arthur
It’s the biggest country in the world, so there’s probably a lot of people with these names.
Girls: Anastasia, Nastya, Dasha, Anna, Maria, Olga
Boys: Nikita, Dima, Alexander, Sergey, Vlad, Andrey
These names are a combination of South American and Portugese cultures.
Girls: Gabriela, Fernanda, Julia, Ana, Amanda, Beatriz
Boys: Gabriel, Lucas, Matheus, Pedro, Leonardo, João
African names are pretty unique to most English speakers, but that doesn’t make them any less pretty.
Girls: Enass, Farah, Nabila, Kachi, Zainab, Ben Saidane
Boys: Ali, Moha Hassan, Mastafa, Zakaria, Wiss, Lover
Oh Canada has great baby names.
Girls: Emma, Hailey, Isabella, Jada, Matilda, Maya
Boys: Carter, Christopher, Hunter, Joseph, Joshua, Matthew
Here are the phonetic versions of these Chinese names.
Girls: Wang Fang, Wang Xiu Ying, Li Xiu Ying, Li Na, Zhang Xiu Ying, Zhang Min
Boys: Zhang Wei, Wang Wei, Li Wei, Liu Wei, Li Qiang, Wang Lei