They had their time to shine, and now they are nowhere to be found. Will they come back?
Looking at the opposite end of the spectrum, though, Baby Center has released a list possibly extinct baby names. Of the 200,000 babies registered on their site, not a single one has been christened with Bette, Krista, or Olga in 2017. As for the boys, Carroll, Dick, and Roosevelt all had a good run in their youths; now, however, they have all but disappeared.
Baby Center has also released a list of names that are dropping in popularity and may be headed towards the same fate. These names for girls include: Adrianna, Gwen, Vera, and Penny. The boys’ list includes: Alec, Bradley, Jonah, and Shane.
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