We have found ourselves in interesting times when it comes to naming our offspring.
While Jack and Olivia reigned as the most popular names, several pretty unconventional names also made it to the list. Like the name 'Lucifer' – and Corbyn, Nun and Royalty (quite a popular girls name, apparently). If you fancy making future form-filling really easy for your child (or just prime them for a career as a Gossip Girl character), take a leaf out of one new parent's book and call your baby 'A'.
So what are the most unusual names adopted by parents in 2018? And, most importantly, what does it reveal about trend-forecasting baby names of the future? Read on to discover...
This article originally appeared on our sister site Grazia.
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