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Questioneverythingtwice Sun 30-Sep-12 00:07:27

is this a very popular boy's name this year? In England I mean, I know it is always popular in Scotland

Opinions gratefully received x

BonnieBumble Sun 30-Sep-12 00:10:49

It was popular 10 years ago. I like it.

Questioneverythingtwice Sun 30-Sep-12 00:22:34

Thank you bonnie. I decided last year to call my son Cameron, he was born in may this year and now I know 3 other camerons who could potentially be in his primary school class. His father is Glaswegian and wanted a Scottish name. One of the other local camerons is half Indian/ Pakistan...

HolyAutumnGoldBatman Sun 30-Sep-12 03:59:51

I love Cameron.

I don't any under 5, but a few in the 5-10 age range.

carrielou2007 Sun 30-Sep-12 11:15:36

Love it smile

Gwennan Sun 30-Sep-12 11:23:16

Kamran is a common given name in countries such as Pakistan. It means successful in Urdu, according to Wikipedia.

I do not like the hint of irritation in your post that a Pakistani/Indian family has used a similar name to that which you have given your presumably white son.

birdofthenorth Mon 01-Oct-12 09:06:31

I adore this name but David Cameron has temporarily wrecked it for me. Maybe a few years after he's left power the association will have gone.

weegiemum Mon 01-Oct-12 09:07:44

I know 3 under 5 but I am in Scotland.

PiedWagtail Mon 01-Oct-12 09:24:19

I only know one in England, aged 8, but his parents are Scottish.

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