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List Of Australia's Top Bogan Baby Names For 2019 Has Been Released

List Of Australia's Top Bogan Baby Names For 2019 Has Been Released

Pluto and Antwohnette feature in the top 10.

Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie

When you're pregnant or expecting a child, naturally everyone will ask you what you're planning on naming it.

Will you go for something traditional or borrow something you saw in a movie or maybe it's your favourite flower. Whatever it ends up being, the child is stuck with it until they reach a certain age where they can change it, if they wish.

But it's always interesting when you hear of people's, ahem, interesting baby names.


If you want to hear the crème de la crème for Australia then boy do we have a stack after the list for the top bogan names for 2019 have been revealed.

We'll start with the female names:

  1. Anomaly
  2. Antwohnette
  3. Charmayanne
  4. Panda
  5. Sianna-Marrie
  6. Snowdrop
  7. Starlette
  8. Velvette
  9. Vin'nyla
  10. Windy

Jesus. Not that we're judging anyone's choices because there could be some lovely backstories to how these names came to be - but this is certainly an interesting list.

Anomaly is defined as 'something that deviates from what is standard, normal, or expected', so that could mean the mum and dad want the kid to be special.


Antwohnette is really reaching for the stars. If you're wondering what the hell it is, just think of Marie Antoinette.

We're not even going to start with Panda, Windy or Snowdrop.

The rest are alright because they can all be made into nicknames and won't follow them too tragically when they reach adulthood.

Now let's get to the male names:

  1. Brayan
  2. Kanaan
  3. Kairo
  4. Pluto
  5. Precise
  6. Sincere
  7. Tenysi
  8. Tigger
  9. Tokyo
  10. Wiatt

Good God. Again, we're not judging but this list seems a lot more out there than the female list. We're howling at Tenysi, which, to us, would be pronounced like the American state Tennessee.

But it seems like the state isn't the only popular locational name, with Tokyo and Kairo making the list.

Precise and Sincere are just...we just don't know.


Tigger is actually kind of adorable and they can shorten it to Tig as they grow up. Brayan and Wiatt aren't too bad; all things considered.

The list has been compiled by Kidspot, who insist that there are actual kids who have been blessed with these names in Australia.

No doubt there are some beautiful stories or inspirations behind these names that we'd all love to hear about. So if you've been named with one of these on the list then we'd love to know what's behind the moniker.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Interesting, Community, Australia