For the second year in a row, Emma and Noah nabbed the top spots for most popular baby names in America.
The annual list, which was unveiled this morning on TODAY, revealed the top 100 names for both genders, as chosen by new parents.
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The top 10 names for both sexes stayed relatively consistent, with a few minor changes here and there. The name Harper fell a few spots, being replaced by Madison in the top 10.
On the boy's side, Benjamin rose in popularity, kicking the once-favored name Daniel.
See the top names below:
While the list is assembled by the Social Security Administration, the website Nameberry assembles information based on the raw data.
According to the site, there were several names that made the list for the first time ever, such as Ezra, which grabbed the number 92 spot. Other newbies to the list were "Hazel, Aurora, Quinn, Cora, and Reagan for girls, and for boys, Theodore, Mateo, Sawyer, and squeaking on at Number 100, Elias."
Also discovered by their team were the fastest-rising names in the top 1000, which was Alaia for girls and Riaan for boys.
Check out the full lists here.