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No, the name Saint didn’t make the list, but one of the end-of-year list we look forward to most is the roundup of the top baby names of the year.

The Social Security Administration’s official list won’t be published until May 2016, but BabyCenter has polled its sizable audience (340,000 parents) to find out what the masses named their babies in 2015.

The top names for girls and boys—Sophia and Jackson, respectively—were the very same as last year. Meanwhile, some new naming trends emerged in 2015, including folks naming their tots after Instagram filters, seriously—Lux, Juno, Valencia, Willow, Reyes, Ludwig, and Amaro included.

Names associated with the ruling class—Royalty, Royal, Duchess, Reign, Keiser, and King—are on the rise. And then there are cosmos-inspired monikers (Moon, Luna, Stella, Sunny, Star, Venus), gender-bending names, and those inspired by YouTube stars (Kingsley, Link) and video game heroines (Joule, Meryl, Lulu).

Below, we’ve listed the first 25 of the top baby names 2015 for both girls and boys. You can check out the full list of the top 100 names for girls and boys here.

1. Sophia
2. Emma
3. Olivia
4. Ava
5. Mia
6. Isabella
7. Zoe
8. Lily
9. Emily
10. Madison
11. Amelia
12. Riley
13. Madelyn
14. Charlotte
15. Chloe
16. Aubrey
17. Aria
18. Layla
19. Avery
20. Abigail
21. Harper
22. Kaylee
23. Aaliyah
24. Evelyn
25. Adalyn

1. Jackson
2. Aiden
3. Liam
4. Lucas
5. Noah
6. Mason
7. Ethan
8. Caden
9. Logan
10. Jacob
11. Jayden
12. Oliver
13. Elijah
14. Alexander
15. Michael
16. Carter
17. James
18. Caleb
19. Benjamin
20. Jack
21. Luke
22. Grayson
23. William
24. Ryan
25. Connor

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