When it comes to naming their kids, parents are often influenced by popular culture.
Game of Thrones and Marvel-themed monikers have been trending in recent months.
And now, mums and dads seem to be inspired by Disney.
According to new figures by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (Nisra), plenty of quirky names were registered in Britain last year.
Two of these draw inspiration from Walt himself – with one family calling their tot “Disney”.
Another uncommon choice that popped up was Moana.
This Polynesian moniker translates as “large body of water”.
It is shared by the heroine of Disney’s 2016 film, Moana.
While you may think these names are anomalies, Disney-themed names are far from unusual.
Last year, 10 names in the UK top 100 had links to the filmmaker.
The titular character in Oliver & Company took the number one spot.
Meanwhile, Louis, David and George are among the other traditional monikers on the list.
Quirkier choices are also trending at the moment, with Finn and Hugo rising in popularity.
Top 10 boys names inspired by Disney:
1. Oliver (Oliver & Company) – Number 1 in the 2018 baby name charts
2. George (Peter Pan) – Number 4 in the 2018 baby name charts
3. Max (Cars 2) – Number 20 in the 2018 baby name charts
4. Arthur (The Sword in the Stone) – Number 23 in the 2018 baby name charts
5. Sebastian (The Little Mermaid) – Number 38 in the 2018 baby name charts
6. David (Lilo & Stitch) – Number 57 in the 2018 baby name charts
7. Hugo (The Hunchback of Notre Dam) – Number 52 in the 2018 baby name charts
8. Finn (Cars 2) – Number 83 in the 2018 baby name charts
9. Louis (The Princess & The Frog) – Number 88 in the 2018 baby name charts
10. Ben (Pocahontas) – Number 100 in the 2018 baby name charts, while Benjamin is at number 45
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