The most popular UK baby names for boys and girls every year since 1983

Over the last 40 years, the trend of baby names has been changing with recent top spots being taken by Olivia and Noah.

However, it hasn’t remained the same. With the changing times, most loved names have also evolved.

For many years since 1983, names such as Jennifer, Jessica, Ashley, Amanda and Sarah have been on the top spot for a few years, according to BabyCentre.

Similarly, for boys, the top baby name choices was Michael, Christopher, Mathew, David, Joshua. As the new decade entered, the popular name was taken over by Jacob with Aidan making an entry around 2005.

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Most popular names of baby girls between 1983 and 2023:

1) Olivia

2) Emily

3) Sophia

4) Charlotte

5) Isabel

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Most popular names of baby boys between 1983 and 2023:

1) Liam

2) Noah

3) Oliver

4) Jackson

5) Aiden

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Disclosing this year’s top baby girls and boys names, BabyCentre said: “Olivia and Liam were the most popular baby names of 2022, topping the list after also reigning supreme in 2021.

“The top five baby girl names all remained the same in 2021 and 2022 – with each and every name ending in the letter ‘a’.

“And while there was some movement in the top five boy names from 2021 to 2022, no new names broke into the mix.”

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