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Babies' First Names 2014

Babies' First Names 2014

List of Detailed Tables and Infographic

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Tables 1 to 3 (published on 18 December 2014)
Contain the 'provisional' figures for 2014 which were used to produce the publication, which explains (on page 4 and in Note 2 of page 9) that the figures are based on data for births that were registered in the first eleven months of the year.

Table 1

Top 100 boys' and girls' first forenames, Scotland, 2014, (provisional) showing changes since 2013
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Table 2

Top 100 boys' and girls' first forenames, Scotland, 2014, (provisional) showing changes since 2013 (in alphabetical order)
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Table 3

Top ten first forenames given, by Scottish council area, 2014 (provisional)
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Tables 4 ,5 and the infographic (published on 11 March 2015)
Contain the final figures for 2014. They cover all births that were registered in 2014, including those whose details arrived too late to be included in the data used to produce the material published on 18 December 2014.
Please Note: The infographic was originally published on 18 December 2014 and was updated on 11 March 2015.

Table 4

Full list of first forenames given, Scotland, 2014 (final) in alphabetical order
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Table 5

Full list of first forenames given, Scotland, 2014 (final) in rank order
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Infographic

Top Ten Forenames Registered in Scotland in 2014
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