I didn’t even realise that Poland now releases half-year statistics until today, but this is the latest we have from that country while we wait for the full-year statistics to come out (which should come out next week or thereabouts). Advertisements
Another year has passed and we’ve seen another slew of names of all kinds that got us talking – from the controversial Harvey to the poetic Rumi.
The name that we’ll be shining a spotlight on today is a name that is Greek and has links to mythology and luck.
The name that we’ll shine on today is a name that literally possesses a sense of fortune.
This ‘List Lists’ post will focus on words that directly mean “sky” (or “heaven”), “river” or “snow” and are used as given names.
I had made my predictions a while ago regarding what the top 5 Japanese baby names of 2017 would look like. Did I get them right? Let’s find out.
Francesco and Sofia are, once again, the king and queen of Italian baby names last year with Sofia leading the way for the girls for the 7th year in a row and Francesco leading the way for the boys for the 16th year in a row.