If you're pregnant and trying to think of good names for your babies, take a look at what will be popular in 2015...
Think back to when you were at school - in your class, were there a lot of Emmas? A Laura or two? How about a Christopher and an Andrew? These names were all popular in the 80s and 90s, and it's really interesting to see how name trends change through the years. Often, it's affected by popular culture (there were a lot of babies named Kylie in the late 80s and early 90s) and, weirdly, trends in the fashion world (the rise in popularity of vintage names has coincided with vintage fashion becoming popular again).
So if you're pregnant and planning your baby's name, do you go for something popular, and risk there being three boys called Rufus in your child's class? Or go for something totally left-field like Angela or Christine?
To help you decide, we've rounded up some of the predictions for popular names in 2015...
Have you noticed how many girls have been named after plants in recent years? Violet, Poppy, Lily, Daisy, Ivy and Willow have all featured highly. We'll be seeing Clover, Rosemary and Iris join them in 2015.
The trend for 'vintage' Edwardian names isn't going to diminish any time soon - expect to see lots of Dorothys, Junes and Jeans born next year, to add to the already popular names Ivy and Violet.
Out of the current top 10 girls' names in the UK, seven end in the letter 'a'. This isn't set to change, with names like Julia, Lydia, Sara and Aurora all set to be popular next year.
We've seen Biblical names like Noah, Ethan, and Isaac re-emerge and now Seth, Reuben and Elijah are all making a comeback.
Austin and Seth have risen in popularity in recent years and similar American names like Brandon, Tyler, Justin are predicted to become more widely-used.
Vintage names like Ronald, Raymond and Frank, Alfred and Albert will be popular, while vintage European names Otto, Ernest and Maximilian and on the rise too.
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