Introduction to Popular Baby Names Singapore in 2017
It is common for parent in Singapore to give baby an English name. While many parents will ask religion leaders, fortune tellers or Fengshui masters to give their babies names in their respective mother-tongue, most of the parents will search online instead for the English baby name.
Regardless of language or religion, most baby names represent some forms of wishes of parents or love of parents towards their babies, this can be seen from the popular names that many parents have selected for their babies.
Popular baby girl names in Singapore in 2017
Top baby girl name in the list is Emma. Emma’s meaning is universal.
The name Emma is of Latin origin although some said it was originally from Germanic names that began with Ermen.
In the second place of popular baby girl names is Olivia. Year after year, Olivia has remained a popular choice by many parents who have baby girls. Olivia means olive tree and is of English origin.
Third popular baby girl name is Charlotte which means free. The name Charlotte is of English origin.
Based on our observation, Emma, Olivia, Charlotte, Hannah and Chloe have remained popular choices for parents in Singapore over many years.
Table below summarize the top 20 baby girls chosen by parents in Singapore.
Grace or favor
Verdant and blooming
Gift from God
Guardian of sea
Born on Christmas day
Of The Sea
Person From Annesley
Table 1: Top 20 baby girl names in Singapore 2017
Popular baby boy names in Singapore
Top baby boy name in Singapore is Ethan. The name Ethan is of Hesbrew origin and its meaning is firm and strong. It represents wish of parents towards the baby boy who will grow up to serve the National Service.
Second popular baby boy name in Singapore is Aiden which means little fire. The name Aiden is of Irish origin.
The third place goes to Lucas. The name Lucas is of German origin and it means light.
Based on our observation, Ethan, Aiden, Lucas, Caleb, Javier and Jayden have remained popular choices by parents in Singapore
The table below show the top 20 baby boy names in Singapore
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