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Forget the "Olivias" and the "Noahs," because Hollywood has become known for its own path when it comes to celebrity baby names.

We'd like to think that Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin started the unique baby name trend with their two kids, Apple and Moses, but it seems like these eccentric monikers have actually become a to-do many years ago.

And it's not just a fad for these A-list stars. Funnily enough, it is now more unusual for someone to opt for a more traditional name for their child, like "Max" as opposed to one that is influenced by nature or a country.

From "Pilot Inspektor" to "Bodhi" to more than a few "Bears," scroll through the top to see some of the most unconventional baby names we've heard. You might just get some inspiration for your own children!

The UK's 'smartest' baby names revealed
George was top for boys and Emma top for girls (Picture: Getty)
When it comes to choosing your baby's name, maybe you want to go for a family tradition or just something you like.

But would you consider a name because it could mean your child is more likely to be academically gifted?

Well, the UK's 'smartest' baby names have been revealed.

Tutoring platform Tutor House has analysed internal data to find the names most commonly associated with getting good grades.

To create the list, they analyzed 10,000 names from the last five years, and cross-referenced them with the grades achieved by the children with those names.

Top of the list for boys was George and Emma was top for girls.

Obviously there are lots of kids who are welcome in their database and a name is probably likely to make you more intelligent, but it gives parents-to-be an idea of ​​what the most common names are for smart kids.

  • George
  • Thomas
  • Mohammed
  • Alfie
  • Marcus
  • Hugo
  • Krishna
  • Timothy
  • Rajesh
  • Daniel

  • Emma
  • Fatima
  • Eve
  • Amelia
  • Felicity
  • Clare
  • Priya
  • Zhara
  • Joanna
  • Sarah

Alex Dyer, founder of Tutor House, said: 'Parents often spend a great deal of time deliberating on what name to give their child, and rightly so.

'It forms part of your child's identity, along with social science studies finding that a name can influence carers, personality traits and even physicality.

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'With that in mind, and considering the wealth of data we have, we thought it would be interesting to see what names are most commonly associated with being academically gifted.

'While obviously your name has no reflection on your potential, the results are still interesting and might prove useful for parents who are struggling to settle on a name.'

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