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Entertainment This foreign baby name is number one in France

19:10  23 september  2020
19:10  23 september  2020 Source:   freundin.de

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The most popular baby name for girls in France in 2019 was not a typically French name, but one that is also very popular in Germany

Der beliebteste Babyname in Frankreich ist gar nicht typisch französisch ISTOCKPHOTO © ISTOCKPHOTO The most popular baby name in France is not typically French at all ISTOCKPHOTO

It is the third year in a row that a foreign first name has topped the list of the most popular baby names in France. So much in advance: The girl's name is also extremely popular in Germany and has secured a place at the top of the popularity ranking year after year since the end of the 2000s. It is the Germanic first name Emma .

According to "Insee", the National Statistical Office in France, 3,944 girls were born in 2019 and were given the name Emma. He thus beats the names Jade (3,820) and Louise (3,752), which occupy second and third place.

These are the most popular boy names

Gabriel tops the list when it comes to first names for boys - it was given a total of 4,987 times in 2019. Second place went to Léo (4,653), followed by Raphael (4,454) in third place.

You can find an overview of the most popular baby names in France here.

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