Parents are loving autumnal baby names – and some are VERY unusual

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NEED some baby name inspiration? These autumn-inspired monikers are some of the top boys names of 2018.

Would you name your child after the season they are born in? Apparently, many parents are doing just that.

Christmassy monikers were popular during winter, while floral monikers sprung during spring.

So it should come to no surprise that autumnal baby names have begun trending since the cold weather has returned.

Bounty revealed the boys names that are trending at the moment.

The parenting website revealed: “The season your baby is born can have a big impact on what you choose to name them.

“Autumn babies are born into a world of spectacular fiery colours as nature readies itself for a sparkling winter.”

Names inspired by the season include Rory, Jack and Adam.

Unusual monikers also make the list, from Oakley to Radley.

So would you choose any of these options for your little one?

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WILL YOU FALL FOR THESE NAMES? Here are some of the trendiest monikers of autumn 2018
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10 boys names that are popular in autumn 2018:

1. Rory – The Irish Gaelic name means “red king”. Many associate this season with this vibrant shade.

2. Jack – It wouldn’t be autumn without Halloween. This name reminds many of the Jack-O-Lanterns you’d use for trick or treating.

3. Rowan – This tree grows stunning red berries during the season.

4. Aurelius – The moniker translates as “golden”, a colour reminiscent of the falling leaves.

5. Radley – The English baby name means “red meadow”, which is very evocative of this time of year.

6. Oakley – Oak trees drop hundreds of acorns every autumn, making the name Oakley a great choice for babies born now.

7. Bruno – A German moniker that translates as “brown”. The colour is often associated with this time of year.

8. Adam – This Biblical name means “to be red”. This hue is another that conjures up images of autumn.

9. Hunter – Throughout history, October has been a time of hunting and gathering ahead of the cold winter months.

10. Woodrow – A quirky name meaning “row of houses by a wood”.

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