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Antoni and Zuzia: top names for babies in Poland

30.01.2020 07:10
Zuzanna was the most popular name given to baby girls in Poland last year, while Antoni was the top choice for boys, officials have said.
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After Zuzanna, commonly abbreviated to Zuzia, the most popular names for girls were Julia, Zofia, Maja, Hanna and Lena.

The top picks for baby boys were Antoni, Jan, Jakub, Aleksander, Szymon and Franciszek.

The data comes from Poland’s ministry of digital affairs.

"When choosing a name for a child, people should remember that by law they should not pick a name that is a ridiculous. Moreover, the name should also indicate the child's sex,” the ministry said in a statement.

It warned that parents flouting these rules may find that a registry office official refuses to accept their choice of name for a child.


Source: PAP