Don’t want to call your child Charlotte or Oliver, which happen to be the most popular baby names in Australia? Fancy something a little bit different? Each year, Australian states release the 100 most popular names and South Australia has released the names given to every single baby. According to , Mamamia “There are around 3,500 names used just once for either boys or girls in South Australia. They range from Aabed to Zyon, from S to Kaosidichukwunobi. “Some, like Tailem and Xenophon, sound particularly South Australian.” The most unusual boy names in South Australia 1. Lucifer This name is actually banned in New Zealand as it’s another name for the devil. 2. Luv A different alternative to Love. 3. Lightning We wonder if we’ll see Thunder appear on this year’s list. 4. Lazer
The name Lazer is actually a boy’s
name of Hebrew origin and means ‘God helps’. 5. Ocean-Stanley A double-barrelled name that’s a bit different. River-Stanley could be an alternative. 6. Marvel A superhero name taken a step further and named after the brand. The most unusual girl’s names in South Australia 1. Panda Fox, Tiger and Bear are more commonly heard animal names 2. Moet Brandy and Bailey are the more popular alcoholic-inspired monikers 3. Narnia-Jay Inspired from The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe? 4. Harper-Lee As in like the author of To Kill A Mockingbird. 5. Gingko A spice name, with Sage, Maple, Saffron, Ginger and Juniper being more popular options. Top baby names around the world in 2018 Baby names from 1919 set to make a comeback in 2019 Try our amazing Pregnancy Smoothie
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