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Suzi Catchpole The names you grew up with are now missing in action. Where are all the babies named Melissa and Mark?
Staff writers From Oliver to Fletcher, Charlotte to Peyton, here are the most popular baby names for 2015.
Staff writers There is no danger of these names knocking monikers of the moment like Charlotte, Olivia or William out of top place, that's for sure.
Staff writers The top 10 baby names list may not have changed much since 2013, but the rest of the top 100 has had a shake-up.
Richie Young Are traditional names a thing of the past? Following in the celebs' footsteps, more and more parents are being daring when naming their babies. How do you decide which way to go?
Pamela Redmond Satran What about the baby names right below the top 1000, hiding just out of sight?
We've collected the most popular baby names for boys and girls from around the world in 2013.
MCT There's no way around it - every baby needs a name. It isn't always an easy decision, but with these tips it can be a fun one.
Joseph Norwood Fly-fornication, Humiliation, Dust, and Jolly ... perhaps the Puritans' greatest gift to history is their wonderfully strange taste in names.
Staff writers From Adam to Xavier, Aaliyah to Zoe, here are the most popular baby names for 2014.
Celebrities love to use their imaginations when it comes to naming their kids! Here's a gallery of some of the most memorable monikers in show biz families.
Melody McCabe The new word for all I-want-my-baby's-name-to-be-different parents is 'palindrome appellation'. In plain English, that's a name that reads the same backwards as forwards.
Richie Young Whilst your child can change their name by deed poll in the future, it's probably not what you want to envision when thinking suitable names. Here's six points to consider as you're narrowing down your shortlist.