Top 100 Boys Names of 2005

The most popular names for new baby boys in 2005 inlcuding advice on boy name meanings.
1. Jack

2. Joshua

3. Thomas

4. James

5. Oliver

6. Daniel

7. Samuel

8. William

9. Harry

10. Joseph

11. Benjamin

12. Charlie

13. Luke

14. Matthew

15. Callum

16. Jake

17. Ethan

18. George

19. Lewis

20. Alexander

21. Jacob

22. Alfie

23. Mohammed

24. Dylan

25. Ryan

26. Adam

27. Harvey

28. Liam

29. Max

30. Connor

31. Tyler

32. Ben

33. Jamie

34. Cameron

35. Nathan

36. Owen

37. Leo

38. Archie

39. Kyle

40. Bradley

41. Harrison

42. Louis

43. Michael

44. Henry

45. Edward

46. Aaron

47. Brandon

48. Toby

49. Kieran

50. Charles

51. Noah

52. Alex

53. Isaac

54. Oscar

55. Reece

56. Muhammad

57. Finlay

58. Lucas

59. Rhys

60. David

61. Bailey

62. Mason

63. Joe

64. Sam

65. Kian

66. Finley

67. Kai

68. Joel

69. Robert

70. Mohammad

71. Billy

72. Harley

73. John

74. Riley

75. Logan

76. Leon

77. Christopher

78. Aidan

79. Morgan

80. Jay

81. Freddie

82. Elliot

83. Luca

84. Jayden

85. Taylor

86. Andrew

87. Dominic

88. Ellis

89. Ewan

90. Corey

91. Sebastian

92. Sean

93. Jonathan

94. Patrick

95. Evan

96. Scott

97. Gabriel

98. Zachary

99. Zak

100. Hayden



Source: National Statistics website:www.statistics.gov.uk.
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I didnt want a "top name" for my son i wanted him to have the only of his name is his class so we found one that was tastfull... Lathan you say it like Nathan only with an L
by STARFIRE4004 18th Sep 2007, 10:17am

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