Jack is once again the most popular name for a baby boy in Ireland – a position it has held for nine of the last ten years.
Fiadh is the most popular baby girls’ name for the first time, with Grace, Emily, Sophie and Éabha making up the rest of the top five.
The boys top five saw Noah, James, Conor and Rían coming in behind Jack.
The report shows that girls continue to enjoy a wider variety of names in Ireland than boys – with 4,741 girls’ names registered in 2021 compared to 3,863 boys’ names.
This year saw ten new names entering the boys’ top 100 – with Teddy, Daithí, Páidí, Jaxon, Brody, Ted, Hunter, Tadgh, Tiernan and Arlo.
Ted saw the biggest rise in popularity of any name, jumping from 139th place in 2020 to 90th place last year.
There were three new entries to the top 100 for girls - Indie, Ayla and Lottie.
Croía saw the biggest rise in popularity among parents of baby girls, rising from 95th place in 2020 to 52nd last year.
Some of the less common names recorded for boys included Kobie, Thady, Saul and Eanna. Unusual names recorded for girls included Sky, Princess, Valerie, Ophelia and Noelle.