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is back in fashion after years of neglect. She's become super popular in the US and well placed in the UK top 100
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inspired by the first person on the planet, the name has been a popular choice over the centuries. Still top 20 in Scotland
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a name for pioneers down the ages as in the astronaut Alan Shepard who played golf on the moon
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shorter version of Alexander and a name that is prominent among sportsmen. Many boys start out as Alex
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one of the world’s great conquering heroes who gave the name a manliness that has lasted across the centuries
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used to be simply a short form of Alfred but now it’s a top ten choice with a sense of fun and a background of history
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has been consistently popular for the past 100 years, it derives from the old German meaning noble woman
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provided Chaucer with lots of fun, as the name he gave to the saucy wife in the Miller’s Tale. Very popular in the 70s
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Enjoyed a spectacular revival during this century to become the number one choice for girls from 2011 to 2014
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meaning manly or brave, has been popular for centuries especially in Scotland where Andrew is the patron saint
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short form of Andrew, a name that means manly or brave. Both versions remain popular in Scotland
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Ann
one of two variants of a name popular through British history, linked to a warm-hearted and generous character
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from the Hebrew name Hannah is linked to qualities of warm heartedness and taking on the burden of others
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a popular name across the centuries although less prominent in recent years. The Queen chose it for her daughter
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A pretty combination of two names that originally came to Britain from France and also became popular in Ireland
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sometimes given as a name in its own right although more often used as a familiar style of both Anne and Ann
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famous in Roman times as Mark Antony soldier and lover, glamorised by Shakespeare and still popular.
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has been linked to noble ideals thanks to the legends surrounding King Arthur. Once more he’s a popular name
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Ava
is a glamorous name first made popular in 1940s Hollywood and now chosen frequently for a new generation
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the name in Britain carried a touch of class while in the US it became the famous Barbie doll
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frequently chosen as a shortening of Rebecca, a name associated with captivating beauty since biblical times
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was frequently used as a short form of other names and now a highly popular name chosen in its own right
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Ben
the short form of Benjamin, a name representing strength and virtue. A top 30 choice for past 40 years
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has strong biblical connections and represents strength and virtue. It's been popular for centuries.
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came to Britain with Brians among William the Conqueror’s army. Most popular in recent times in the 1950s and 1960s
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hit a peak of popularity 1950 to 1970, often chosen by parents at Christmas time. Today it has rarity status.
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a name that’s always had a touch of class since the arrival in England of George II’s influential queen.
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a name meaning ‘pure’, it has been popular since the Middle Ages and has now been reintroduced into the royal family
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comes from the German and means free man. Popular in various forms across Europe, often with kingly connections
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at one time this was one of the alternative versions of Charles but now Charlie is in the top ten names for boys
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