The top 100 baby names of 2018

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  • The top baby names for 2018 have been revealed, so listen up if you need some inspiration for your incoming little one…

    Picking the perfect baby name can be overwhelming for parents when they’re expecting, but fear not – we’ve got a round-up of baby name lists to inspire you, including the top baby names for this year so far, so you can get an idea of the monikers that will be most popular this year.

    Baby Centre have released their definitive list of the 100 baby names that are most popular for boys and girls in the UK, so scroll down for ideas…

    Top baby names 2018

    Top girls names 2018

    The top ten of girls’ names in the UK remained similar to last year’s, with only two new entries – Ella climbed one from 11 and Aria came in on 10 from 18.

    In the top 100, new entries include Ada (42), Aalliyah (69), Aisha (78), Bonnie (79), Kiara (83), Iris (89), Victoria (96), Elena (98) and Eden (100).

    1. Olivia 26. Evelyn 51. Thea 76. Ayla
    2. Sophia 27. Harper 52. Penelope 77. Maria
    3. Amelia 28. Willow 53. Eliza 78. Aisha
    4. Lily 29. Florence 54. Lola 79. Bonnie
    5. Ava 30. Maya 55. Maryam 80. Lottie
    6. Emily 31. Rosie 56. Bella 81. Rose
    7. Ella 32. Phoebe 57. Erin 82. Lara
    8. Isla 33. Hannah 58. Imogen 83. Kiara
    9. Mia 34. Matilda 59. Darcie 84. Elizabeth
    10. Aria 35. Emma 60. Amber 85. Arabella
    11. Grace 36. Ruby 61. Anna 86. Heidi
    12. Isabella 37. Layla 62. Zara 87. Amelie
    13. Isabelle 38. Millie 63. Annabelle 88. Jasmine
    14. Sophie 39. Mila 64. Violet 89. Iris
    15. Charlotte 40. Jessica 65. Holly 90. Orla
    16. Evie 41. Emilia 66. Harriet 91. Summer
    17. Poppy 42. Ada 67. Molly 92. Robyn
    18. Ivy 43. Lucy 68. Georgia 93. Lexi
    19. Elsie 44. Zoe 69. Aaliyah 94. Fatima
    20. Alice 45. Ellie 70. Gracie 95. Martha
    21. Daisy 46. Maisie 71. Eleanor 96. Victoria
    22. Chloe 47. Sarah 72. Esme 97. Nancy
    23. Freya 48. Luna 73. Aurora 98. Elena
    24. Sienna 49. Abigail 74. Lyla 99. Felicity
    25. Eva 50. Scarlett 75. Clara 100. Eden

    Top boys names 2018

    In the top 10 for boys’ names in the UK, Arthur and Freddie are two new entries (both previously in the top 20). Leo has also become a mor epopular name this year, climbing from 7 to 5, while both Harry and George dropped one spot.

    In the top 100, new entries are Alex (54), Grayson (76), Sam (85), Felix (89), Louis (91), Jasper (94) and Aayan (100).

    1. Muhammad 26. Isaac 51. Riley 76. Grayson
    2. Oliver 27. Finley 52. Edward 77. Bobby
    3. Noah 28. Adam 53. Ezra 78. Harley
    4. Harry 29. Alex 54. Alex 79. Gabriel
    5. Leo 30. Teddy 55. Toby 80. Stanley
    6. George 31. Mason 56. Ryan 81. Ronnie
    7. Jack 32. Harrison 57. Jude 82. Michael
    8. Charlie 33. Elijah 58. Zachary 83. Albert
    9. Freddie 34. Daniel 59. Frankie 84. John
    10. Arthur 35. Elliot 60. Luke 85. Sam
    11. Alfie 36. Joseph 61. Nathan 86. Aiden
    12. Henry 37. Arlo 62. Jayden 87. Jesse
    13. Oscar 38. Dylan 63. Theodore 88. Blake
    14. Theo 39. Liam 64. Matthew 89. Felix
    15. Archie 40. Sebastian 65. Jenson 90. Kai
    16. Jacob 41. Hunter 66. Hugo 91. Louis
    17. Joshua 42. Rory 67. Roman 92. Eli
    18. James 43. Reuben 68. Reggie 93. Tyler
    19. Ethan 44. Luca 69. Jake 94. Jasper
    20. Thomas 45. Benjamin 70. Carter 95. Aaron
    21. William 46. Albie 71. Louie 96. Jamie
    22. Logan 47. Tommy 72. Ollie 97. Lewis
    23. Lucas 48. Finn 73. Harvey 98. Ellis
    24. Jackson 49. Samuel 74. Ali 99. Austin
    25. Max 50. Caleb 75. David 100. Aayan

    Are you currently expecting a little one? Will you go for a more traditional name or a trendy moniker? Let us know in the comments!