The Social Security Administration has released its list of top baby names for 2014.
Rich Zeoli talked to Dr. Damon Centola, Associate Professor from the Annenberg School at the University of Pennsylvania, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about how the birth and development of fads and trends, like baby names, has changed in the internet era.
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Parents-to-be will want to take a look at this list.
There is no list in the US of acceptable names, but there are a few rules.
Interestingly, none of the top five baby names for humans were also top names for dogs. Lily appears to be the only crossover in the top ten.
Several countries have a list of ‘acceptable’ names. So, what’s acceptable in the US? There are a few rules.