STORK REPORT 12/4 (International)

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A look at name that are happening internationally. What do you like on this list?

AUSTRALIA

Amaya Lily

Amity Em Dora (Indi)

Arabella Annette (Scarlett & Lucian)

Archer George

Edel Ebony

Elise Helen (Blake)

Estelle Carol Billie

Felix Zane

Flynn Ryan

Gallagher Khunka

George Orlando Dennis 

Hardy Lloyd

Imogen Felicity

Imogen Isobel  (Tahli & Zara)

Ivy Malin

Jeda Kate Mabel

Jesse Darby (Beau, Luke, & Grace)

Jethro Tait (India, Sapphire, & Sage)

Kalinda Mae (Liam & Ada)

Luca Robin (boy)

Maggie Clara

Matilda Lottie (Hannah, Ned, & Otto)

Maurice Redmond (Hannah & Reuben)

Thomas Sinclair

Wilhelm Oscar

NEW ZEALAND

Alexandra Disa Maree

Alice Kahurangi

Ashton Heath

Bayden Dean

Daisy Scout (Rafferty)

Huriana Te Rangimarie Louise (Zion, Wesley, & Shylah)

Jana Catherine

Lincoln Graham Glyndwr

Madden Isaac

Markos Michael

Miriama Ngawaiata

Nikita Sarah

Nixon Flint

Rory Fergus 

THE UNITED KINGDOM

Ailish Beryl

Elizabeth Patsy Jayne “Betsy”

Ellis Richie 

Esme Natashia Kezia

Faye Mia

Gayle Anne (Ryan)

Georgie Mylie

Herbie Valentine

John Perrings

Kane Albie

Maisie Freya

Marlo Alastair (Zana)

Oakley Ivan

Polly May

Poppy Ina

Rebecca Brodie

Rocco Richard

Roen Murray

Ruairidh Alexander  

Tilly Iris

TWINS

Addison & Isla (twin girls) U.K.

Gypsy Georgie & Lulu Ailean (AUS)

Jack & Matilda (AUS)

Kenzie & Kodi (twin girls) U.K.

Poppy Grace & Scarlett Tilly (U.K.)

Rachael Elizabeth Ann & Sarah Adelaide Jane (AUS)

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5 responses to “STORK REPORT 12/4 (International)

  1. Herbie Valentine – swoon! Hardy seems like a slightly rugged take on virtue names for boys. I like it.

  2. Daisy Scout is really cute, especially paired with Rafferty, and Rory Fergus is fantastic. I often find myself admiring names from New Zealand, I’ve noticed.

  3. Ok I’m biased as a Sarah, but I have to say that Rachael Elizabeth Ann and Sarah Adelaide Jane have got to be one of the best twinsets I’ve heard in awhile. The 2-4-1 and 2-3-1 syllable pattern of regal, classic names and then the Biblical babes in the first spot. I love it. And Rachael and Sarah don’t sound as matchy as, say, Hannah and Sarah.

    I also love Daisy and Rafferty together.

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