The baby names chart below is an interactive guide to the growing list of baby names in America.
Baby names in this chart are the top names in each of the top 100 U.S. cities, according to data from the American Association of Names and Likings.
The chart is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all baby names, but it does provide a good indication of what to expect in the future.
The most common baby names are blue, pink and red.
Some of the more unusual names include blue jean, blue jay, blue baby, blue-haired, blue princess, blue girl, blue mother, blue mama, blue owl, blue ray, blue rainbows, blue star, blue teal, blue teen, blue twinkle, blue yellow and blue starburst.
Some names may be spelled differently in the United States than in other countries.
Some are pronounced differently, or the letter P or T may be added.
Some baby names include A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z and Z, and others.
Some popular baby names for girls include Abigail, Amelia, Amalie, Ama, Amie, Angela, Angela-Amelia, Angie, Annette, Anabelle, Annelie, Annie, Annabelle and Annie-Amanda.
Some trendy baby names that are popular in other parts of the world include Amelia, Anica, Angela and Annette.
Some famous baby names you may know include Bella, Bridget, Charlotte, Coco, Christine, Elsa, Emma, Emma-Coco, Erica, Iris, Jules, Jean, Joseph, Maria, Laura, Madison, Mary, Miranda, Moira, Nadiya, Olivia, Pia, Sophie, Sophie-Marie, Tristan, Vanessa and Violet.