British name expert Eleanor Nickerson looks at modern-sounding names like Tiffany and Aubrey and finds that they have surprisingly long histories. They’re positively medieval!
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Once again, British name expert Elea presents her annual analysis of how the American and England-Wales popularity lists compare and contrast.
Hot off the press! The breaking news of the Top 100 British baby names! By Eleanor Nickerson After making us wait an agonising extra three weeks this year, The Office of National Statistics has finally released the top baby names for England and Wales in 2015. Once again — unsurprisingly — Amelia and Oliver reign […]
British name maven Eleanor Nickerson shares some unusual names she unearthed on a recent excursion.
In anticipation of the new England/Wales popularity lists coming next month, our British correspondent Eleanor Nickerson muses on some fascinating names she has come across recently.