These 10 European baby boy and girl names are the most popular in the world

After a year spent in and out of lockdown, forcing everyone to stay at home, 2021 is expected to bring with it a baby boom

Friday, 8th January 2021, 6:00 am
What name would you choose?

With countless couples set to welcome a new addition this year, part of the exciting process is settling on a name. To help parents-to-be narrow it down, OnBuy.com surveyed almost 5,000 people, and assessed thousands of monikers to determine the top European baby names in the world. Whether you’re having a boy or a girl, here are the most popular choices that made the top 10.

Boys: Jose is most prevalent in Brazil and originates from Italy. Girls: Maria is most prevalent in Brazil and originates from Italy.
Boys: John is most prevalent in the United States and originates from England. Girls: Ana is most prevalent in Portugal and originates from Spain.
Boys: Juan is most prevalent in Mexico and originates from Spain. Girls: Rosa is most prevalent in Mexico and originates from France.
Boys: Jean is most prevalent in DR Congo and originates from France. Girls: Elizabeth is most prevalent in the United States and originates from Greece.
Boys: Robert is most prevalent in the United States and originates from Germany. Girls: Patricia is most prevalent in the United States and originates from Scotland.
Boys: Luis is most prevalent in Colombia and originates from Spain. Girls: Anita is most prevalent in India and originates from Spain.
Boys: Carlos is most prevalent in Brazil and originates from Spain. Girls: Andrea is most prevalent in Italy and originates from Greece.
Boys: James is most prevalent in the United States and originates from France. Girls: Marina is most prevalent in Russia and originates from Italy.
Boys: Antonio is most prevalent in Brazil and originates from Italy. Girls: Carmen is most prevalent in Venezuela and originates from Spain.
Boys: Richard is most prevalent in the United States and originates from Germany. Girls: Angela is most prevalent in the United States and originates from France.