has released their annual list of popular baby names, and there's a good chance they will all sound pretty familiar to you.

Here are the top 10 names for girls in 2016, according to

  1. Sophia
  2. Emma
  3. Olivia
  4. Ava
  5. Mia
  6. Isabella
  7. Riley
  8. Arya
  9. Zoe
  10. Charlotte

On the other hand, here are the top boy names:

  1. Jackson
  2. Aiden
  3. Lucas
  4. Liam
  5. Noah
  6. Ethan
  7. Mason
  8. Caden
  9. Oliver
  10. Elijah

Now, let's move on to the interesting part of the study: name trends. Pop culture has had a pretty big influence on baby names in the past, and this year is no exception. Here are a few naming trends for 2016 that I found to be pretty interesting:

  • The name Hillary rose 64%, while the name Donald rose 5%. And don't forget Ivanka, which saw a 39% gain.
  • The popular AMC show "The Walking Dead" may have had had a slight influence on the names Carol and Hershel, which saw an 18% and 37% boost.
  • Speaking of TV, the new Netflix show "Stranger Things" might have helped boost the names Nancy (46% gain), Dustin (32% gain), Lucas (25% gain), and Joyce (23% gain).
  • Microsoft's virtual assistant is named Cortana, and that name saw a 36% uptick for girls.
  • Some famous women influenced baby girl names this year, with Amal (Amal Clooney) up 21%,  Rihanna up 6%, Angelina and Jolie up 4% and 10%, and Venus (Venus Williams) up 26%.
  • Suicide Squad's Harleen Quinzel (aka Harley Quinn) was easily the most popular character of the movie, and that's reflected by a rise in the names Harley (35%), Harleen (13%), and Quinn (5%).
  • Don't forget about other famous Marvel and DC characters: Bruce and Wayne were up 6% and 9%, Floyd (inspired by Floyd Lawton aka Deadshot) was up 56%, Diana (the name of Wonder Woman) was up 21%, and Lex (Lex Luthor is the name of Superman's nemesis) was up 15%.

For more 2016 baby name trends, click HERE.

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