According to biotechnologist David Taylor revealed the title goes to Linda.
Taylor measured name “trendiness” among names registered on the US Social Security Administration database and recorded his findings on his blog, Proofreader Plus.
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Linda, according to Nameberry, means "pretty" and reached its peak in 1947 when it famously dethroned Mary from the top spot after a 100-year reign as the most popular baby name.
Traditional names Mia, Grace, Sophie and Olivia also made the top 10.When it came to boys, topping the list for the second year in a row was Oliver, while another well-known royal moniker, William, came in second. Classic choices Thomas, Jack and James closely followed.
This article originally appeared on Practical Parenting.