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The new sons- New Zealand baby name trends

Old sons

Jason (1999-2004)

Harrison (#42) &  Jackson (#43) in 1999

 Mason (2000)  and still making the list in 2013.

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Newer sons

Tyson (2010-2013)

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On trend (spotted in CHCH press)

Benson

Carson

Grayson

Hudson

Jenson

Jameson

Nelson

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Hot for the taking

Bronson

Edison

Emerson (considered unisex)

Johnson

Judson

Lawson

Morrison

Orson

Robson

Tennyson

Wilson

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Which ones do you like?

Would you consider using a son name?

What about using son on the end of your husbands or Dad’s/Grandfather’s name?

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The NZ Herald July

BOYS

Kapai Nicholas- Tyo

Heimana Te Rangi O Tangaroa Jason- Jeremiah-James

Stirling Maxim

Murdoch Gray- Imogen

Matteo William

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GIRLS 

Ayla Grace

Alice Penelope

Ebony Keli- Tyliana

Devyn Louise & Leigh-Ann Ellen – Caitlin

Lucienne Ella Rose- Madeline & Joshua

Esther Rosemary- Isla

Grace Pamela Eleanor

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Alfie & Evie

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Mother & Baby September 2009

Harry & Oliver

Emily & Sebastian

Kieran & Caitlin

James & Hugo

Star & Talitha

Henry & Cecily

Reiss & Luke

Scarlet, Jack & Martha

Evie & Aimee

Cameron, Emily & Finlay

Camilla, Poppy, Freya, Sadie, Melanie, Izabella, Aurora, Rose, Claire, Thalia, Daisy, Thea.

Stanley, Jason, Leo.

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More likely to meet a baby called…

Archie, Brooklyn, Carter, Charlie, Cole, Cooper, Dominic, Edward, Felix, Gabriel, Isaiah, Jackson, Kingston, Leo, Leon Lincoln, Luka, Luca, Lucas, Marcus, Mason, Noah, Phoenix, Riley, Sebastian, Seth & Toby In 2008.(Names top 100 2008 not in 1998)

Sean, Mitchell, Bradley, Jonathan, Timothy, Taylor, Anthony, Jared, Jarrod, Patrick, Scott, Brandon, Peter, Taine, Campbell, Richard, Kaleb, Louis, Jeremy, Trent, Jason, Justin, Lewis, Regan, Shaun, Kevin, Kieran, Keegan In 1999 (Names not in top 100, 2008).

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Name for yesterday- Jay

English: Short form of names beginning with the sound J, such as JAMES or JASON. It was originally used in America in honour of founding father John Jay (1749-1825), whose surname was derived from the jay bird.

Indian: Derived from Sanskrit जय (jaya) meaning “victory.(Behindthename.com)

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