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Is George way too popular?

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flopsy1974 Tue 05-Mar-13 15:34:37

I haven't come across any little George's for a while. But it's high up on the national statistics (12 I think) Just wondering how popular it was everywhere else smile

SneezySnatcher Tue 05-Mar-13 15:37:04

We have three in the reception class in my school and I know two born very recently - a real shame as I love the name for this DS but I don't want him to be one of many at school (as I was when I was younger).

SneezySnatcher Tue 05-Mar-13 15:37:28

We're in the NE by the way!

FairyJen Tue 05-Mar-13 15:50:26

I'm in se London and my George is only one I know smile

Minty82 Tue 05-Mar-13 16:53:29

I've come across three born in the past year (SE England).

I know a fair amount (including DH) - lots of Greek/Cypriot ones due to family and just a few English ones. (S. London)

MoonHare Tue 05-Mar-13 17:20:49

I know 3 George's, it does seem quite common. How about Gregory?

mayanna123 Wed 06-Mar-13 06:49:08

Yes, very widely used already.

emmyloo2 Wed 06-Mar-13 07:01:30

I have a George who is 2.5 and I have not heard of another one. However, I live in Australia and here it is not even in the top 50. I think it is more popular in the UK.

I adore it though and we are really happy we chose it for him. It suits him to a tee, it's easy to spell. I don't think it is everyone's cup of tea though.

VonHerrBurton Wed 06-Mar-13 09:00:42

Only one in year group of 60 at ds's school.

WestieMamma Wed 06-Mar-13 09:08:00

I love the name George and my husband is desperate for this little one to be called George, but I've had to veto it on account of our surname. Put the two together and everyone laughs.

PaulaPixie Wed 06-Mar-13 21:03:27

I have a 3 year old George and he's the only one in his school (they start full time at 3 in Wales so it's a big school not a nursery with over 250 children. Everyone loves it and he's a typical 'naughty George' smile

flopsy1974 Thu 07-Mar-13 11:10:59

Thanks for the replies so far. Jeep them coming smile

flopsy1974 Thu 07-Mar-13 11:11:30

* keep

shelley72 Thu 07-Mar-13 12:59:18

we have two in our small music group of about 9 (4 boys) - so i would say fairly popular right now. but then names are usually popular for a reason!

Trills Thu 07-Mar-13 12:59:49

What's the worst that could happen?

whyno Fri 08-Mar-13 12:47:36

My DS (18 months) is George. I knew it was popular but my DH was a Tom and loved having an unremarkable name so we didn't mind. Am expecting again and will be more adventurous if a girl but probably similarly common if its a boy.

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