What would your name be if you were the opposite sex?

Don’t act like you haven’t thought about it

While Oliver and Amelia come out on top for most popular baby names, you might not want them for yourself.

From the unusual Phoenix to the more common David, these Londoners reveal what they’d call themselves if they were the opposite sex.

Abigail, 20, waitress: Alvin

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Sebastian, 25, undernurse: Ana

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Khal, 22, PR and marketing: Jessica

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Davia, 20, PR: David

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Ted and Duncan, 18 and 20, Energy Brokers: Lucy and Suzy

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Francesca, 27, Property: Harry

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Adam, 25, Digital Marketing: Phoenix

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Suzanne, 24, Fashion student: Philip

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Sarah, 26, Allsaints: Jamie

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Emily, 35, teacher: Jago

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George, 44, finance: Isabelle

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Hannah, 21, student at UCL: Jack

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Ella, 21, student at Westminster: Oliver

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Ingrid, 22, unemployed: Simon

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Tariq, 22, Social Intelligence Consultant: Nancy

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Maayan, 20, student at Sussex: Finley

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