January 12, 2022
MOST POPULAR BABY NAMES 2021 – EUROPE
A lot of babies were born in 2021 and we are welcoming them all with open arms. New memories and moments will be shared! But a newborn also needs a name. It’s easier said than done. Picking a name for your child can feel overwhelming. There’s no right or wrong way to pick a name for your baby. The most important is choose one you love. Which ones were the most popular baby names 2021?
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Most popular baby names 2021
We get to take part of so many names everyday here at The Birth Poster. Some of them are more popular than others. It really varies depending on where in the world you live. Some names doesn’t even exist where you live, and some names are internationally popular. Isn’t it fascinating? Here are some of your most popular names from Europe 2021!
Lea. It’s a girl’s name meaning delicate or weary. Lea is of Hebrew origin. It has for long been an uncommon name all over the world but started gaining popularity in the early 00s. It’s your top pick for 2021 and we are so thankful for all the Leas out there!
Olivia. Olivia is a girl’s name of Latin origin meaning olive tree. It is definitely one of the most popular baby names 2022. Maybe the most popular one in the world right now! It’s very common among celebrities. That could be a reason making it so well liked all over the world these days.
Popular all over Europe
Ella. Ella is a female name of Spanish origin. It means Young Girl. It’s been most used as a short form of Elanor but is more frequent used as a first name these days. In Hebrew, Ella means goddess. It’s so beloved that it’s one of the most popular baby names 2021 in Europe!
Emma. The name Emma is a name of German origin meaning universal. It’s an international name that is popular in many different countries. Common nicknames include Em and Emmy. It’s popularity has been rising since the 90’s and is one of the most used names in Europe.
Gift of God
Leo. The name comes from the Latin word for lion and dates back centuries. The name was given to a lot of Christian saints and several popes. In German, it’s a short form of Leon or Leopold which means brave people.
Felix. Felix is a male given name, from a Latin word meaning happy or lucky. It has been used in England since the Middle Ages, though it has been more popular in continental Europe over the ages. It’s now super popular all over Europe!
Oliver. Oliver is a boy’s name of Latin origin meaning olive tree. It’s feminine form Olivia is also a very popular name. It was popular in medieval times, but later it was revived in the nineteenth century. Oliver is also super popular in Scandinavia at the moment.
Noah. The name comes from the Hebrew name Noach meaning rest. Noah was the builder of the Ark that allowed him to save all life on earth from the Great Flood, according to the Bible. The name became the most popular name for boys between 2013 and 2016 in the US.
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Here’s a complete top ten list of your favorite names in Europe!
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