Top 100 UK Boys’ Names for 2015

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One of the trickiest decisions to make for your baby is choosing the right name. Of course it has to be a name you and your partner agree on, (tricky enough!) but it also has to work with your last name, and of course suit your new arrival.

If you are due in the coming year, this top 100 baby names will be of interest, whether you want to stick to a familiar name or go out on a limb and pick something more unusual.

The top 10 boys names for 2015 include some regulars including Jack and Charlie but big movers further down the list include Teddy up 19 places, although Robbie Williams made this name popular, he named his daughter Teddy (Theodora) but it’s risen more as a boys’ name.

Other big climbers in the top 100 boys names this year include Arthur, Jaxon and Hugo.

Falling in favor this year to name our boys include Riley down a massive 64 places and Kian down 32 places.

See what difference a year has made and compare these names to 2014’s 100 boys’ names.

And if you really are not inspired but anything in the list, take a look at our baby names search.

Below are the UK top 100 boys’ names for 2015

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

When was the last time you met a pair of kids named John and Mary? The traditional names that ruled America for centuries are vanishing. Parents are obsessing over creative name choices, and celebrities are branding and re-branding themselves like products. Even surnames have burst wide open, as couples rethink the whole concept of family names.
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