Whilst we’re waiting for Meiji Yasuda Life, Tamahiyo and Cookpad Baby to release their 2017 survey for the most popular names in Japan (which wouldn’t come out until the start of December), here are my predictions on what the top 5 Japanese names may look like. Advertisements
Marc and Martina…they sure last a long time. It’s no surprise they’re still Catalonia’s top baby names for 2016.
This list of names is so 2009, but that’s how far we are able to go back to in the extended data that I have provided to you over the months. In this ‘List Lists’ post, Japanese female names will be making the scene but these names are an uncommon bunch.
Robin takes over Rasmus as the top Estonian boy name while Sofia is still the top girl names there.
From uncommon to rare native Korean names that, pretty much, belonged to young adults to the Sino-Korean compound names for girls that are currently used but not in the top 10. That’s the topic for this ‘List Lists’ post.
Time for a ‘List Lists’ post about names that are given to a certain small amount of babies and, for that, we head to Italy.
Luka is, once again, the top boy name in Slovenia, now in its 17th year on the throne. However, another takeover has happened on the girls’ side where Zala topples Ema to become the top girl name.