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just how popular is Oscar?

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makipuppy Tue 04-Aug-09 13:37:49

I mean, I don't know any myself, but apparently is very popular now...

Bettymum Tue 04-Aug-09 13:39:21

I know two of 18 months and under. And one of about 45 years.

squeaver Tue 04-Aug-09 13:39:28

I know 4 aged 5 and under. It's the male Olivia round here.

squeaver Tue 04-Aug-09 13:39:57

Actually, I know 5 - just thought of another one.

Mammina Tue 04-Aug-09 13:40:06

Quite popular in London

Issy123 Tue 04-Aug-09 14:23:44

I know two, but hear it a lot in shops/parks etc. its a nice name.

GoldenSnitch Tue 04-Aug-09 14:37:15

I know 3 under 3's called Oscar.

It seems to ber very popular. For girls it's Olivia or Isabelle round here...

bodiddly Tue 04-Aug-09 14:38:20

I know one that is 3 months and 1 that is 13

bodiddly Tue 04-Aug-09 14:38:45

but I would have thought it was fairly popular due to Eastenders!

MamaLazarou Tue 04-Aug-09 14:47:02

I don't know any.

I have one, he is lovely.

He is pre-popularity and certainly pre-eastenders thoughwink.

Is is getting very popular now.

hulabula Tue 04-Aug-09 19:19:36

VERY popular round here (Surrey) - two in ds's nursery class of 20.

Bubbaloo Tue 04-Aug-09 22:44:05

I have a 4 year old Oscar and he's the only one I've ever come acrosswink.

KleineMaus Tue 04-Aug-09 23:05:45

These things seem to depend very much on where you live. I'm in north-east Scotland and I've never met an Oscar yet (have three year old ds).

LadyGlencoraPalliser Wed 05-Aug-09 00:04:26

I don't know any, except for my cat.

Unconventional Wed 05-Aug-09 00:06:49

I was going to say very popular, but I only know one in DSs' school (SW London).

hambler Wed 05-Aug-09 00:29:30


lowrib Wed 05-Aug-09 00:58:06

I know two baby Oscars.

YanknCock Wed 05-Aug-09 02:37:26

I know one who is 3 weeks old. Thought it was sort of unusual, but reading this, apparently not!

ClaudiaSchiffer Wed 05-Aug-09 02:55:17

Really popular, it is a lovely name but I think it will be the 2000's version of John - ie very nice but incredibly common.

Funnily enough my VERY snooty s-i-l has an Oscar, and would be aghast to realise that it is now common grin.

everlong Wed 05-Aug-09 10:02:44

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

FrogmellaMoonbeam Wed 05-Aug-09 10:11:10

I have an Oscar (22mths)chose the name thinking it was a normal but uncommon name not realizing that a baby had just been named Oscar on Eastenders!! Not bothered though as I cant imagine him as anything else now. Oscars are very loving and affectionate and adore their mummys (well mine does anyway) Have to say though I havent come across any other Oscars in RL although we dont get out much so that may be why!

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