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Christchurch Press Births

BOYS

Leonardo Austen

Fletcher Alistair- Jessica, Ethan & Reuben

Baxter Travis

Jacob Ryan- William

Toby Bruce- Katie

Jonty Craig

Ted Peter

Frederick George Kipp

Charlie Frank

Nate Jed- Seth

Zachariah Wiremu- Marco

Orvin Mitchell- Conall & Keira

Manu Joe Aaron- Nicolle, Rico & Charlotte

GIRLS
Eva Grace- Lucy

Amber Adele Pauline-Tara

Frankie Lee

Te Aowharepapa Morgan Anahera

Emma Mollie

Iva Lin

Evie Annabel

Alexandria Iris- Charlotte & Frankie

Honor Isabelle- Aria

Alice Lennie- Henry

Susanna Rose

Elandra Kaimana

Indie Cassidy- Kael

Ayla Mary Jane- James

Meg Pate- Cohen & Lewis

Sophie Violet

Holley Grace- Brylea

Juliana Eve- Jack, Max, Arlo & Zinny

Holly Almond

Ana Joy Tuahine- Thomas & Will

Aine Rose



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Featured name from the NZ top 100 2009

Olivia.

Olivia is currently third in NZ  with Ruby nailing it by one to the post.

In 1999 Olivia was sat #4 she remained in the top 5 until 2003 when she moved back to #7.

In 2004 she dropped one to #8 but then in 2005 jumped four places to number #4.

The highest she has ever been is #2 and the lowest is #8.

Will she make number one after being in the top ten for decade.

Globally

Olivia is hot around the world.

In 2008 she was #7 in Australia and lucky #1 in England and Wales .

This year she also featured in the top 5 in Scotland #2 and USA #3.

She places in the top #100 in Sweden #17, Ireland #40, #48 Norway and #79 in the Netherlands.

NZ Births

Olivia is commonly placed with “filler” or popular short middles or biblical names.

Olivia Gwenda

Olivia Rose (6)

Olivia Eve

Olivia Rachael

Olivia Florence Mary

Olivia Helen

Olivia May

Olivia Annie

Olivia Paige

Olivia Frances

Olivia Kate

Olivia Ivy

Olivia Alice Elizabeth

Olivia Louise Caitlin

Oliviah

Siblings

Ella & Olivia (t)

Danica & Luke

Bradley. Mitchell. Jackson. Matthew.

Millie & Georgia

Brooke. Finian. Sarah. Charlie. Jack.

Britni & Luke

Flynn. Harry. Ashton. Hayley. Hannah.

Thomas & Jessica

Andrew & Craig

Alessandra. Molly. Toby. Ashleigh. Blake.

Lucy & Charlotte

Poppy & Hamish

George & Clark

Thomas, Paige & Kate

Telegraph

Olivia is paired with classic or old fashioned middles, is this to ground it?- as it is more trendy than the older Olive..

Olivia Alexandra Caroline

Olivia Alison Audrey

Olivia Constance Elizabeth

Olivia Christina Elspeth

Olivia Katrina Pearl

Olivia Claire Lyra

Olivia Penelope Caroline

Olivia Eilish

Olivia Karys

Olivia Alice Rose

Olivia Rosemarie Margaret

Olivia Zdena Lynn

Olivia Francesca Georgia

Olivia Charlotte Iris

Olivia Shelagh Harriet

Siblings

Camilla, Isabella, Susanna, Luka & Sophia

Martha & Matilda.

Sophia & Saskia

Freya, Georgia & Melissa.

Finn, Eleanor, Angus & Rufus

Jemima & Isabel

Bella & Olivia (t)

Mateus. Clementine. Hugo. Antonia.

Arthur & Henry

Charlotte, Katy, James, George & Thomas

Katya & Grace

Florence & Amelia

Florence & Kitty

Tilly,  Cosmo & Christabel

Rupert. Holly. Zaylie. Robert.

Benedict, Isobel & Dominic

Henry & Margaux

Miles, James, Laura, Emma & Charlotte

Arabella & Eliza

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The weekend press Christchurch February

Girls

Payton Isabell

Sylvie Beth- Blaise

Aaria Jasmine Ann

Ruby Paige- Xanthe & Sophie

Caitlyn Sylvie Anne

Xanthe Frances- Angus

Chessie Joan- Theo, Leila & Jonah

Zipporah Ariel Pearl Beauty Ever

Leila Therese- Hannah, Bede & Noah

Malia Beverley

Angel Leigh- Cru

Coco Gabriella- Sylvie & Jed

Isabella Bronte Inez

Lucy Pippa

Matilda Allie Ethne

Kate Sigourney

Sari Tamara- Sienna

Sally Victoria- Emily

India Kahlo

Marielle- Louis & Freddie

Addison Jillian

Libby Laurel Mary

Eva Mackenzie Aroha

Francine Susanna- Millie

Ephelia Hazel

Isla Mary- Noah & Scarlett

Boys

Fletcher Tom- Tallulah & Poppy

Jari Tomasi & Taj Barry

Gus Thomas- Harry

Micah Timothy- Ezra, Isaiah

Harrison Alexander- Sebastian & Corbin

Keevian Terence

Giancarlo

Gus

Tuimanino John

Vann Thomas

Jim David- Ava & Grace

Maximilian Samuel William- Florence & Tallulah

Francis James- Ivy

Deaths

Olive Jean

Winifred Margaret

Olive Harriett Joyce

Tui Gladys

Ellen Isobelle

Evelyn Susannah Elizabeth

Cora Ethel

June Olivia

Ina Emily

June Dorothea

Grandmother to- Pete, Jimmy, Pippy & Kit.

Great Grandad- Lily, Archie, Floyd & Estella

Bernadus Daaniel

Denzil Raymond

Aubrey William

Edward Fletcher

Leon Walter

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Name for 14th February- Titus

Roman praenomen, or given name, which is of unknown meaning, possibly related to Latin titulus “title of honour”. In the New Testament Titus was a companion ofSaint Paul. He became the first bishop of Crete and was the recipient of one of Paul’s epistles. This name was also borne by a 1st-century Roman emperor. It was later used by Shakespeare for the main character in his tragedy ‘Titus Andronicus’ (1593). As an English name, Titus has been occasionally used since theProtestant Reformation. (behindthename.com)

nameberry.com– Slightly forbidding Roman, New Testament, and Shakespearean name brought back to contemporary life by the TV series Titus 2000. Could possibly be swept along by the antiquity trend.

Nicknames & Variations:
Titas, Titis, Tyus

International Variations:
Tite (French) Titos (Greek) Tiziano (Italian) TytusTitek (Polish) Tito(Spanish)

Alexander Asher BrooklynChase Elise Enoch EthanGideon Hudson Isaac JordanJoseph Joshua June KaraLayne Levi Lilly Micah RachelRiley Simeon Simien SusannaTaite (babynamewizard.com)

Titus Flavius Vespasianus, commonly known as Titus (December 30, 39 – September 13, 81), was the tenth Roman Emperor, who reigned from 79 until his death in 81. Titus was the second emperor of the Flavian dynasty, which ruled the Roman Empire between 69 and 96, encompassing the reigns of Titus’s father Vespasian (69–79), Titus himself (79–81) and his younger brother Domitian (81–96). (wikipedia.org)

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Aeneas, Marcellus, Antony, Horatio, Benedict, Milo, Romeo.

Drucilla, Octavia, Charis, Adriana, Sapphira, Lucretia, Maris.


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Name for 18th January- Gus

English,Scottish & Greek

Short form of AUGUSTUS or ANGUS

Diminutive of CONSTANTINE, used primarily by Greek expatriates(behindthename.com)

(nameberry.com)

Gender: M
Origin: Diminutive of AUGUSTUSANGUSGUSTAVE,AUGUSTINAUGUSTENAUGUSTINEAUGUST

Homey grandpa nickname name — which can work as a short form for any of the above or stand on its own — is a cutting-edge replacement for Max and Jake, chosen for her son by one of the Dixie Chicks.

Nicknames & Variations:
Gussie, Gus, Gussy

babynamewizard.com

Known siblings for Gus:

Andrew Cormac EllaEstella Eva Evan FlorenceGillen Henry IsabellaJazlyn Jerry Jesse JohnKylie Leo Lina Luke MaxMorton Roslyn RuthSusanna Sylvie Theodore

Personal experiences with the name Gus:
Our son’s name is actually August, but we call him Gus. Everywhere I go-people stop me and say,”Did you just say Gus? OMG!!!! That is sooooo cute!!!!” We get it all the time. We know several little guys (5 and under) with the name. It must be another of those ‘old’ names that are making a comeback….

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