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 Social Security Administration has released its annual ranking of top baby names nationally and by state.
Outside the top 10, pop culture once again influenced baby name decisions, according to Forbes.
In fact, Emma and Noah have stolen the top spots in the USA for three years in a row, according to the administration's lists. Ava was the most popular girl's name, at 279.
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It was followed by William, Mason, Noah and James to form the top five. In Louisiana, Liam was the name most frequently bestowed on boys, with 276 little Liams.
This year's winners for biggest jump in popularity in the Top 1,000 are Kehlani and Kylo. She was named an artist to watch and clearly new parents agree her star is rising. According to the Social Security Administration, Kehlani rose 2,487 spots on the girls' list from number 3,359 in 2015 to number 872 in 2016. In 2015, Kylo was number 3,269.
The second fastest riser for girls was Royalty. The name Zayn made the boys' fastest riser list.
The name Adonis is also the number four fastest riser on the list for boys.