David Caren gives practical advice for Irish expectant dads.
Did you know that there were 39 Rihanna’s were registered in Ireland in 2009?
The usual suspects feature in top five.
Well, we do like to travel.
Is yours in the top five list?
With information from 1964 to 2016, users can follow the popularity of any name.
MAKE DEIRDRE COOL AGAIN.
The figures are in.
The surname Murphy accounted for over 1.1% (697 births) while Kelly accounts for 0.9% or 598 births.
There are lots of… interesting ones out there.
Imagine naming your kid ‘Konner’.
Girls’ names like Eabha and Shauna were not so popular while Feidhlim and Erik were on the bottom of the list of boys’ names.
Get them while they’re hot.
The top two still reign supreme, however.
The Irish made an impressive showing in this year’s top 1000 baby names.
Gannon, Finnegan and Brennan, anyone?
Francis, Jacinta and Sharon — the hipster baby names of 2026.
From the pages of the Daily Telegraph, obviously.
Calling all Sadhbhs, Iarlas and Naoises!
“Lanesra, come in for your dinner!”
Name trends are changing. It could all have been so much different…
We have similar tastes, to a point.
Do you know your Diarmuids from your Tadhgs? Take this quiz and find out.
Yes, the pair of them are expecting again.
*But you’re not in the top 100 just yet.
Finnegan, Delaney, Collins – ALL BABY NAMES.
All the little people used to be called these way back in the day.
Nutella! Your dinner’s ready!
We are through the looking glass now, people.
Names favoured by Arabs, who make up 20% of the population, are not counted in official stats.
No baby Tyrions on the horizon, though.
An analysis of data has revealed that a girl today is five times more likely to be called Mia – as opposed to Mary.
Dia dhuit is mise…