Last year, Nameberry.com cited a rise in popularity of pop culture inspired baby names like Khaleesi (Game of Thrones), Katniss (The Hunger Games), and Elsa (Frozen). But none of those cracked the top 10 on the Social Security Administration’s list, released Friday. Emma took the top spot for baby girls, and Noah snagged the No. 1 slot on the male side.
This is Noah’s second year on top, while Emma overthrew Sophia’s three-year reign as the most popular girl’s name. Liam, Mason, Jacob, and William round out this year’s top five for boys, with parents also widely selecting Olivia, Sophia, Isabella, and Ava for newborn girls.
Parents who welcomed baby girls last year might be big fans of leading ladies Emma Watson, Emma Stone, or Emma Roberts, or Scandal‘s Olivia Pope. Those who had boys could’ve found inspiration from Ryan Gosling’s The Notebook character—or, you know, the Bible.
Here’s the complete Top 10 list.