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Noah - how popular is it where you live?

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Alisvolatpropiis Sat 20-Jul-13 14:14:56

I live in S.Wales and only know of one. Have never actually met one, he's the son of a friend of a friend.

Is it very popular elsewhere?

TallulahBetty Sat 20-Jul-13 14:26:58

Loads. Like, loads. I know 4 babies born in 2 years called Noah, that's obviously not including the older kids.

Wereonourway Sat 20-Jul-13 14:27:55

I know of four or five, all under 6/7. Not too popular, and I'm miles away in the north east.

Lovely name

miffybun73 Sat 20-Jul-13 14:47:47

NW England - very popular.

JambalayaCodfishPie Sat 20-Jul-13 14:51:28

In in the NW too and don't know any!

toni1bump Sat 20-Jul-13 14:53:08

warrington - near manchester .. very popular but lovely name x

KenDoddsDadsDog Sat 20-Jul-13 15:01:49

Lots . The last baby boy born to one of my friends is a Noah too. Not as popular as Lucas or Finn though.

KenDoddsDadsDog Sat 20-Jul-13 15:02:10

I'm North East England btw

JemimaMuddledUp Sat 20-Jul-13 15:18:03

Mid Wales - quite popular, I know several. Often spelt Noa though (the Welsh way).

lljkk Sat 20-Jul-13 15:22:23

Norfolk, I know 2, one is about 2 & the other is 7 or 8.

jellybeans Sat 20-Jul-13 15:25:52

I only know one. I like it.

AmericasTorturedBrow Sat 20-Jul-13 15:25:58

Most popular boys' name I know of all babies born in the last 3yrs. I'm in Southern California and have 3 Brit Expat friends with Noah's and also 3 other friends from home (London)

AmericasTorturedBrow Sat 20-Jul-13 15:26:43

(the expats are all from London too, 1 Noah was born in the UK, the other 2 born here)

celestialsquirrels Sat 20-Jul-13 15:28:40

thames valley. zillions of them. last baby I know was given this name

It will be the "wayne" of 2035 IMO

Wbdn28 Sat 20-Jul-13 16:14:11

I've never met a Noah.

changechangechange Sat 20-Jul-13 16:23:10

It is a lovely name. But - where I am (London) - it's almost a by-word for wanky middle-class. Eg, "I don't go to Whole Foods any more, I got sick of being run over by twenty little Noahs on their hand-crafted wooden scooters".

heronsfly Sat 20-Jul-13 16:24:40

Im in Kent, and haven't heard of any.

FamiliesShareGerms Sat 20-Jul-13 16:29:36

SW London, three in DS's school. It's one of those names that's the same in most languages, so popular with multi cultural families

wildstrawberryplace Sat 20-Jul-13 16:30:34

Noah will never be the Wayne of 2035 due to the fact that it is predominantly a middle class name. I reckon Kai will more likely be the Wayne of 2035.

I know one or two Noahs and certainly it's not as popular as Harry etc. I think it's lovely.

Alisvolatpropiis Sat 20-Jul-13 16:37:13

I don't think Noah will ever be the Wayne of it's time,by virtue of being a Biblical name,same as John,Matthew,Daniel etc.

Interesting to see where it's most popular!

changechangechange Sat 20-Jul-13 17:16:01

Jayden will be the Wayne of the future. And Jayden is also a biblical name! (Or some spelling of it is, anyway.)

heronsfly Sat 20-Jul-13 18:39:58

Loads of Jaydens round here, 3 in one class at local pre school, I think it will the Wayne of the future too.

PeriodFeatures Sat 20-Jul-13 18:55:43

Middle Class Name. There are quite a few Noahs around. I actually like it though.

Theas18 Sat 20-Jul-13 18:58:33

4 in a year 3 class of 16 boys taught by dh.

so depending on your social circle it's" frightfully common" snigger!

Alisvolatpropiis Sat 20-Jul-13 19:29:44

grin at Thea

It's Jadon in the Bible I think Change

I'm not pregnant but am at the stage just before hoping to be. Noah is one of many names I like,possibly one of the more usuable though.

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