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Interactive Map: Top 100 boys and girls names in Nottinghamshire

Although Noah was the most popular boys’ name in England and Wales overall in 2021, this was not the case regionally.

Across England’s nine regions, Muhammad was the most popular boys’ name in four regions, George was the most popular in three, and Arthur and Oliver were the most popular in one region each.

In 2021, one-fifth (19.9%) of local authorities had at least one top boys’ name that was not in the top 10 for England and Wales.

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Figure 3: Explore the top 100 boys’ names by local authority

Number and percentage of baby boys’ names by local authority, England and Wales, 2021

For girls, Olivia was the most popular name in Wales, as well as in every English region expect for the East Midlands, where Amelia ranked top.

Across all local authorities, one-third (33.5%) of areas had at least one top girls’ name that was not in the top 10 in England and Wales.

Figure 4: Explore the top 100 girls’ names by local authority

Number and percentage of baby girls’ names by local authority, England and Wales, 2021