There is only one new name in the top 10 - Elijah.
Emma, Olivia, Sophia, Isabella, Mia, Charlotte, Abigail, Emily, Harper. It also reveals which names dropped in popularity.
This can be attributed to Kehlani Parrish, a singer/songwriter who was nominated for a Grammy in 2016, while Kylo hails from the character of Kylo Ren in the 2015 film "Star Wars: The Force Awakens".
The 2016 election didn't seem to have an impact on the list: There were no major changes in rankings of the names Donald or Hillary.
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"It was inevitable. Caitlyn was already falling in popularity". The agency first started creating the baby name list in 1997, with names dating back to 1880. "Now it is suddenly controversial", she said.
Olympic Gold medalist Bruce Jenner announced in 2015 that she was a transgender woman and appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine donning her new name, Caitlyn Jenner. Hillary, the first name of Trump's Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton, has not been in the top 1,000 since 2009.
The past decades have seen a huge increase in the desire for unique baby names, something whimsical yet serious that sets your child apart when you pick them up from Kids Yoga.
The retirement and disability benefits agency, which released its latest findings on Friday, compiles the lists of most popular baby names every year, in part to draw Americans to its website.