Noah and Emma are extremely popular names for newborns.
The Social Security Administration released its list of 2016's most popular baby names on Friday, along with information on which names are becoming more popular and which are falling out of favor.
Overall, the top 10 most popular names for boys and girls didn't change much from the year before.
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He said: "Until the final minute we can not think about anything". We still have the most hard yet to do - two games to play.
At the time of a child's birth, parents supply the name to the agency when applying for a child's Social Security card, thus making Social Security the source for the most popular baby names.
The force was strong for Kylo in 2016 as he soared 2,368 spots for the boys, from number 3,269 in 2015 to number 901.
Every year, the list reveals the effect of pop-culture on names - evident from the two names who saw the biggest jump in popularity from 2015 to 2016.
The name Kylo could be inspired by Kylo Ren, a character from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens". "In part, we just want to avoid controversy in picking names".
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Bayern drew level when a Lahm cross clipped the arm of defender Bernardo and Lewandowski drilled home the penalty on 16 minutes. They have some young players and are very motivated. "Both teams played great football, but could have defended better".
Olympic Gold medalist Bruce Jenner announced in 2015 that she was a transgender woman and appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine donning her new name, Caitlyn Jenner. John is now listed at number 28 and Mary has dropped down to 127. The 2016 list features some of the same names at the top.
Here is a closer look at the rest of the Top 10.
Baby-naming experts said parents have long used biblical names for their children.
"Once parents see that a name is super popular, they are going to start avoiding it".
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Red Sox pitcher Craig Kimbrel (2-0) got the final five outs as Boston snapped the Brewers' three-game winning streak. The Pirates have been outscored 34-7 on the trip and have scored only 23 runs in their last 10 games, losing eight.
With files from Lisa Yeung.