A week after releasing the national list of names given to 2017 babies, the Social Security Administration gave the state-by-state breakdown.
OH isn't alone: Emma and Liam were the top names nationwide, too.
Noah and Olivia are also popular names nationwide. Number 2 through 10 includes Olivia (also topping the charts for several years), Sophia, Charlotte, Evelyn, Harper, Ava, Mia and Abigail. James, while being in the top 10 nationally, came in at spot No. 4. The agency began compiling the list of most popular names in 1997.
The top five names for boys were Liam, Noah, Mason, Elijah and William. In Oregon, the other popular names included Liam, Henry and Benjamin.
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Liam and Olivia continue for the second year in a row to be the most popular baby names in NY state.
If you're interesting in giving your baby-to-be an unusual name, but not one off-the-charts weird, name your son Bentley. And search for a specific name, using the red search bar in the far right corner. But in 2015 - the past year it made the list - Sidney landed the very last spot of No. 1000.
While the crazy-popular names don't change a lot from year to year, the lesser-used names have more mobility.