Liam is the most popular name for fourth year in a row, with 75 babies born with that name in 2016. Isabella is the exception - it appears on Kentucky's Top Five list instead of Charlotte. In Louisiana, Liam was the name most frequently bestowed on boys, with 276 little Liams.
Favorite names have changed over the years. Noah sat atop the list for boy names.
In 2016, there were 712 boys given the name "Noah" in the Keystone State, while 747 girls have "Emma" on their birth certificates.
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In addition to each state's top baby names (and names for US territories), Social Security's website has a list of the 1,000 most popular boys and girls names for 2016.
The agency broke the names down by state.
Both Kehlani and Kylo rose in the top 1,000. Perhaps this can be attributed to Kehlani Parrish, a singer/songwriter who was nominated for a Grammy in 2016.
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For the boys, Kylo soared 2,368 spots, coming in at number 901 in 2016.
The national list also takes a look at the impact pop culture has on naming trends. In 2015, Kylo was number 3,269.
The second fastest riser for girls was Royalty. For boys, it was Creed, which could be attributed to the return to the silver screen of boxer Rocky Balboa in the 2015 movie "Creed", where Rocky trains Adonis Johnson Creed, the son of his late boxing rival Apollo Creed. Does your baby's name make the cut?
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