You will be amazed at these results!
Using all the data from USA registered baby names in 2015, Babynames.biz have looked at those names that where given to both girls and boys. 18 out of the top 20 girl baby names have also been given to boys. Are all baby names becoming more gender neutral?
However, note that the Social Security Administration baby name data used are not edited. For example, the sex associated with a name may be incorrect. Entries such as "Unknown" and "Baby" are not removed from the lists.
See our full list of 2492 baby names below. Our list has the baby name followed by how many girls and how many boys were given the name.
Olivia and Oliver get Australia's top spots in 2015.
Around 1 in 10 Australian babies last year were given one of the Top 10 baby names; a total of 30,581 babies. There were 2,189 boys named Oliver and 1,796 girls named Olivia last year.
TABLE SHOWING Austrailian TOP 10 BABY NAMES OF 2015
The Social Security Administration officially released the annual list of the most popular baby names in America on Friday. The top five boys' and girls' names were nearly unchanged from the previous year; Ava and Isabella swapped spots.
Noah was the most popular boy's baby name for the third year in a row in 2015, while Emma was the most popular girl's baby name for the second year in a row.
Table showing USA TOP 10 BABY NAMES OF 2015