Danish Statistics of 2012

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1 Sofia (552)
2 Ida (529)
3 Freja (514)
4 Emma (512)
5 Isabella (429)
6 Sofie (427)
7 Maja (408)
8 Laura (407)
9 Clara (404)
10 Mathilde (396)
11 Anna (388)
12 Josefine (381)
13 Caroline (375)
14 Alberte (371)
15 Lærke (354)
16 Karla (338)
17 Alma (335)
18 Victoria (326)
19 Ella (321)
20 Liva (310)
21 Olivia (288)
22 Frida (274)
23 Mille (273)
24 Emilie (271)
25 Agnes (267)
26 Marie (242)
27 Sara (240)
28 Julie (233)
29 Nanna (212)
30 Filippa (197)
31 Naja (192)
32 Nicoline (186)
33 Signe (178)
34 Johanne (177)
35 Emily (176)
36 Merle (173)
36 Silje (173)
38 Lea (172)
39 Cecilie (80)
40 Rosa (168)
41 Astrid (166)
42 Asta (163)
43 Katrine (162)
43 Silke (162)
45 Celina (161)
45 Luna (161)
47 Andrea (156)
48 Lily (153)
49 Tilde (151)
50 Esther (149)
1 William (580)
2 Lucas (572)
3 Victor (570)
4 Noah (528)
5 Oscar (515)
6 Liam (497)
7 Frederik (487)
8 Emil (476)
8 Oliver (476)
10 Magnus (463)
11 Mikkel (457)
12 Alexander (421)
13 Mathias (411)
14 Elias (402)
15 Malthe (399)
16 Sebastian (384)
17 Anton (382)
18 Christian (365)
18 Villads (365)
20 Carl (358)
21 Mads (348)
22 August (335)
23 Benjamin (330)
24 Tobias (296)
24 Valdemar (296)
26 Alfred (279)
27 Johan (273)
28 Marius (263)
29 Jakob (262)
30 Jonas (245)
31 Nikolaj (242)
32 Aksel (239)
33 Marcus (236)
34 Silas (231)
35 Adam (229)
36 Felix (227)
36 Rasmus (227)
38 Jonathan (223)
39 Andreas (213)
40 Sander (212)
41 Albert (211)
41 Storm (211)
43 Philip (204)
44 Gustav (201)
45 Tristan (200)
46 Bertram (189)
46 Nicklas (189)
48 Simon (179)
49 Kasper (177)
50 Daniel (175)




Source: DST [1]

References

  1. Danmarks Statistik, National statistics office of Denmark, http://www.dst.dk