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Social Security Administration releases most popular baby names of 2017 in Texas

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The Social Security Administration released a list on Thursday of the 100 most popular names for male and female births in Texas for the year 2017.

Here is a list of the top 20 names for boys and girls in Texas (see if your child's name made the list).

Girls:

  • Emma
  • Mia
  • Isabella
  • Sophia
  • Olivia
  • Ava
  • Camila
  • Sofia
  • Abigail
  • Victoria
  • Emily
  • Evelyn
  • Charlotte
  • Amelia
  • Elizabeth
  • Avery
  • Scarlett
  • Harper
  • Genesis
  • Madison

Boys:

  • Noah
  • Liam
  • Sebastian
  • Mateo
  • Elijah
  • Matthew
  • Jacob
  • Daniel
  • Ethan
  • Jose
  • David
  • Alexander
  • James
  • Jayden
  • Michael
  • Bejamin
  • Aiden
  • Julian
  • William
  • Dylan

For the full list of 100 names click here.

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