OBI & TULA (United Kingdom)

  • Alastair Sion
  • Angelica Summer
  • Anya Neve
  • Archie Tremaine
  • Darci Penna
  • Elody Lili 
  • Etta Mae
  • Florence Ellie
  • Freya Tahlia
  • Harriet Sarah 
  • Harvey Dominic
  • Henley Jay (boy)
  • Imogen Violet
  • Innes Anderson
  • Isabelle Lois
  • Jenson Taylor
  • Jowan William
  • Kiera Lorraine
  • Leeson Kenneth
  • Lennon Jack 
  • Leon Alwyn
  • Lola Amelie
  • Maisy Gina 
  • Millie Rozelle 
  • Noah Lennon
  • Obi Mason 
  • Oscar Baggaley
  • Polly Isabelle
  • Reggie John
  • Rosie Annalese
  • Sharde Rose
  • Stanley Adam
  • Tamzin Mae
  • Theo Jaq
  • Tula Florentine
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10 Responses to OBI & TULA (United Kingdom)

  1. appellationmountain says:

    Jaq? Wow.

    Anya Neve is tremendously pretty.

  2. Obi? As in Wan Kenobi?

    I like Archie Tremaine, Imogen Violet and Polly Isabelle.

    • Names4Real says:

      He’s the only Obi I know of so that’s who I thought of too.

      I looked it up. Apparently, Obi is a Nigerian name that means “heart”. 🙂

      Love Imogen Violet and Polly Isabelle is sweet.

  3. Sophia says:

    I have a question. I know that a lot of English babies have three given names so is the situation here a) the parents have not included the second middle name, b) these babies all happen to have just one middle name, or c) you’ve trimmed them dowm to two names?
    There aren’t quite many “oh wow that’s beautiful!” names as there usually are in British births, but there are a few gems. I really like Anya Neve, Etta Mae, Imogen Violet (I’m not
    really a fan of Violet up-front but I LOVE it in the middle!), Lennon Jack (same goes for Jack), Lola Amelie, Polly Isabelle and Tula Florentine.

    • Names4Real says:

      Hi Sophia,

      If they have a 2nd middle name, I always include it, unless the parents aren’t married, and the second middle name is her mother’s or father’s last name.

      These names didn’t come from the London Telegraph or London Times, which is what I think you are referring to as “british births”. Those are the ones that usually have two middle names and are over-the-top gorgeous. I always mark those birth announcements from London.

      These (United Kingdom) are birth announcements that I found in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland.

      • Sophia says:

        Ah ok! So is that two-middle-name trend really just a London thing? That’s really interesting!

      • Names4Real says:

        I’ve been seeing double middle names starting to appear in more birth announcements everywhere, but without a doubt, the birth announcements from London Times/Telegraph is the only source that the majority has two-middle-names.

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