Top 100 Baby Names in NSW Australia
FBNAMES.COM – Find out the most frequently used baby names in New South Wales (NSW) Australia for 2012. Several names for boys and girls have remained in the Top 100 over the past few years.
Brief info: NSW is a state of Australia, was founded in 1788 and located in the east of the country. The estimated population of New South Wales at the end of June 2010 was 7.24 million people. The most populous places are Sydney with 63%, followed by Newcastle, Wollongong, Maitland and Wagga Wagga.
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TOP 5 NAMES FOR BOYS:
This name is of German origin that mean "protection; will, helmet." Nicknames for William include: Will, Bill, and Billiam. William is the perfect one whose charismastic, charming, handsome, respectful and gentleman of high quality. The popular and successful people have been named William: Bill Gates, Bill Clinton, William McKinley; and William Shakespeare.
Popularity in the United States (#3), Denmark (#1), Norway (#2) and Sweden (#1).
It’s variant name of "Luke" which meant "from Lucania – a region in Italy." Lucas is a very popular first name for boys and also a common last name for people. Lucas is a fabulous name for a boy that hopely is smart, cool, sweet, kind, attractive and handsome. He could bring light to family and love to everyone.
Popularity Lucas as a baby boy name in the United States is ranked #39, and Ireland (#9).
It’s a Scottish nickname for a man who was from Norway. It’s meant "the land of the lake " in Scotland. A boy named Lachlan would be hoped as cute, incredibly wise and intelligent. Famous men: Lachlan David Turner (rugby union player) and Lachlan Renshaw (athlete).
Lachlan is not a popular first name for a baby boy so far based on 2011 U.S.A Census.
Ethan is originated from Hebrew which mean "firmness, long-lived". Ethan is a name for a man whose athletic and strong, but kind and gentle, hard working and very respectful. Great Australians: Nathan Parsons (actor) and Ethan Cook (rugby player).
Popularity in the United States (#7), Canada (#3), France (#8), Northern Ireland (#7) and Scotland (#5) based on 2011 census.
Oliver is of Latin origin that mean "olive tree" which is a symbol of fruitfulness, beauty, and dignity in Biblical. It is an amazing boy name with an incredible personality, very easy to get along with, tall and wise, intense, diligent, sweet, awesome, and anything cool! Famous people: Oliver Stone (film director) and Oliver Platt (actor).
Popularity: U.S (#78), England (#1), Denmark (#9), Norway (#5), and Sweden (#6).
TOP 5 NAMES FOR GIRLS
It’s a feminine name which means "green shoot" in Greek. Someone named Chloe is tend to be very humorous, amazing, intelligent, lovely, witty, sensual and everyone really enjoyed to be around her. Famous ones: Chloe Webb (actress), Chloe Sevigny (actress), Chloe Maxwell (television presenter) and Chloe Hooper (Australian author).
Popularity in the world: America (#10), England (#8), Canada (#7), and Scotland (#9).
It’s a girl’s name of English origin that mean "the red gemstone". It is the birthstone of July, first used in the 1870s. A girl named Ruby is tend to be mysterious, outgoing, lively, loyal, intelligent, beautiful on the inside as well as the out. Top people: Ruby Keeler (dancer), Ruby Charlotte Margaret Hunter (singer and songwriter) and Ruby Lindsay (Australian illustrator and painter).
Popularity: United States (#109), England/Wales (#7), Ireland (#23), and Scotland (#27).
Olivia is a popular first name which means "olive tree" in Latin. It’s a feminine form of Oliver that has been used in the English-speaking land since the 18th century. A kid named Olivia is hopely: charming, gorgeous, smart, funny, talented, fabulous, and wonderful hearted. Great women: Olivia Rogowska (tennis player), Olivia Thompson (basketball player) and Olivia Newton-John (Australian pop singer/actress).
Popularity: U.S (#4), UK (#1), Canada (#1), Northern Ireland (#5) and Scotland (#4).
The meaning of Isabella is "God’s promise; God is my oath" in Hebrew. A girl named Isabella might be the one who is smart, amazing, energetic, styling, rocking, funny, and a gorgeous girl. Notable and successful people: Isabella of Castile (queen), Isabella Holland (tennis player), Isabella Dunwill (actress) and Isabella Heathcote is an Australian actress.
Popularity: United States (#2), UK (#12), Canada (#8), Denmark (#1), and Sweden (#33).
Mia is a short form of Maria which means "star of the sea" in Latin. Mia also means "Mine" in Italian. For American, it’s an abbrevaion of Miami International Airport or Missing in Action. Well-known Australians: Mia Dyson (singer, songwriter, and guitarist), Mia Jane Davies (politician) and Mia Santoromito (water polo player).
Popularity name in the world: United States (#9), England/Wales (#13), Austria (#17), Croatia (#7), Ireland (#20), Norway (#10), Scotland (#14) and Slovenia (#25).
The table below show the number of NSW babies registered with the most popular names.
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Source of Top 100 baby names in NSW Australia: http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au