100 Most Popular UK Girls’ Names for 2015

a girl waving a UK flag in a park

The task of picking the right name for your new arrival can be a tough one and whether you want to go traditional or try something a little different, the top 100 names for 2015 is a good place to start the elimination process.

This year’s girls’ top 10 list features many names on last year’s top 10 including Amelia, Olivia and Emily. The highest climbing girls names this year include Florence (moved up from 39 to 28), Harper, influence obviously still from our nation’s obsession with the Beckhams, even four years on (has risen from 75 last year to 50 this year).

Girls names falling out of favor this year include Holly that is down 66 places, Lexi is down 39 places and Leah is down 34 places on last year.

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

And if you really are not inspired by anything in the UK list, take a look at our current US 100 popular girls names.

Below are the UK top 100 girls’ names for 2015

2015 Girls

  1. Amelia
  2. Olivia
  3. Emily
  4. Isla
  5. Ava
  6. Ella
  7. Jessica
  8. Mia
  9. Sophia
  10. Poppy
  11. Sophie
  12. Grace
  13. Llily
  14. Isabella
  15. Evie
  16. Ruby
  17. Freya
  18. Daisy
  19. Chloe
  20. Scarlett
  21. Isabelle
  22. Sienna
  23. Eva
  24. Lucy
  25. Millie
  26. Alice
  27. Phoebe
  28. Charlotte
  29. Florence
  30. Elsie
  31. Rosie
  32. Ellie
  33. Layla
  34. Esme
  35. Evelyn
  36. Lola
  37. Matilda
  38. Lilly
  39. Erin
  40. Imogen
  41. Molly
  42. Willow
  43. Sofia
  44. Holly
  45. Ivy
  46. Hannah
  47. Maisie
  48. Emma
  49. Amber
  50. Bella
  51. Harper
  52. Georgia
  53. Gracie
  54. Summer
  55. Maya
  56. Abigail
  57. Thea
  58. Jasmine
  59. Elizabeth
  60. Eliza
  61. Anna
  62. Darcy
  63. Lexi
  64. Lacey
  65. Harriet
  66. Rose
  67. Annabelle
  68. Eleanor
  69. Katie
  70. Megan
  71. Violet
  72. Amelie
  73. Martha
  74. Darcie
  75. Mila
  76. Darcey
  77. Lottie
  78. Emilia
  79. Nancy
  80. Heidi
  81. Leah
  82. Zara
  83. Aria
  84. Penelope
  85. Orla
  86. Paige
  87. Amy
  88. Brooke
  89. Faith
  90. Robyn
  91. Niamh
  92. Zoe
  93. Bethany
  94. Maddison
  95. Skye
  96. Madison
  97. Hollie
  98. Mollie
  99. Mya
  100. Tilly

 

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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