Here are 12 of the most popular baby boy names in Harrogate

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Monday, 7th September 2020, 4:58 pm
Updated Monday, 7th September 2020, 5:02 pm
Here are 12 of the most popular baby boy names from the Harrogate district.

In no particular order, these are 12 of the most popular boys' names from across the Harrogate district, according to - does your name make an appearance?

This name means 'free man' and has many variants. It is of German origin.
Used sometimes as a girl name,meaning 'army', 'warrior', 'to rule', 'house owner' and 'lord of the manor'. It is of German origin.

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Mainly used in the English and Spanish languages, the name 'Alfie' means 'noble and ready'.
Derived from the two German words "wil" and "helm" which mean will or desire and protection.
From Germanic origin meaning "elf warrior" or "olive tree". Famous Oliver's include the late movie actor Oliver Hardy and the fictional character Oliver Twist.
A variant of the name 'Jackson' and a pet name for the name 'John'. In the middle ages it was so common it became a term to mean 'man' or 'boy'. It is of English origin.
This name has several derivatives, including James. It means 'Yaweh (God) will protect' in Hebrew.
Usually a boys name , Henry means 'house owner' or 'lord of the manor'. It is of German origin.
From the words 'art' - means 'stone' or 'artus' which means 'bear'. It is of Celtic origin.
Of Hebrew origin and derived from the Hebrew word 'eitan' meaning 'eternal', 'long-lived' and 'enduring'. May also have the variant spellings of Ethen and Etham.
Originated in Celtic language from the word 'lagan' meaning 'little hollow'. Originally a Scottish family name, is a popular first name now.
From Hebrew origins meaning 'supplanter or follower'. James is the English form of Jacob.