Has your name fallen out of fashion?
Name analysts at Flowercard used data from the ONS database to find the “most endangered” monikers at risk of extinction in the UK.
While Kirsty topped the list for girls, Mitchell has apparently declined the most in popularity for boys.
According to Birmingham Live, Lauren, Shauna and Shannon are names that aren’t being picked much by parents.
Ben, Callum and Kieran are also less common choices than they used to be.
Scroll down to see the top 10 “endangered” boys and girls names in full – and let us know what you make of them by leaving your thoughts in the comments section below.
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So which baby names are in fashion?
According to the ONS, Oliver and Olivia have remained the trendiest for boys and girls in England and Wales.
A spokesperson said: “Oliver and Olivia continued their reign as the top boys’ and girls’ names in 2019, but analysis shows choices in baby names can differ depending on the mother’s age.
"We found younger mothers opted for more modern girls’ names like Harper, which has seen a rise since the Beckhams named their daughter so in 2011, and shortened boys’ names like Freddie.
"In contrast, older mothers chose more traditional names such as Jack and Charlotte.
“Popular culture continues to influence the baby names landscape. Following Dua Lipa’s first UK number one single in 2017, the number of girls named Dua has doubled from 63 to 126 in 2019.”
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