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Harley made it into 49th place, with 1,275 boys given the name last year.
The rise of more unusual names is indicative of a dramatic growth in the variety of children’s names being used, as parents try harder to make their offspring stand out from the crowd.
There were 184 boys named Bentley in 2013 - putting the name in 263rd place, ahead of Philip in 288th, Stephen at 280th and Simon at 295.
Statisticians put the high numbers down to the tradition amongst some Muslim families of naming their first-born after the Islamic prophet.
After two years of Royalty at number one, Harry has now been replaced by Oliver as the official most popular boys name in England and Wales.
Girls are most likely to have a unique name; in 2013 there were 35,000 different girls' names, up almost a quarter from a decade ago.
For boys there were more than 27,000 different names, up 6,000 on 2003.
Holly, which comes in at 33 in the annual rankings, is the fifth most popular girls name in December but is in 50th place in July.