BabyNames.com compiled the data based on their users’ individual lists of favorite names.

In other words, Oliver wasn’t necessarily chosen more than any other name; it was just included on more lists than its competition. But according to the site, these trends often end up mirroring the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) official rundown of top monikers for the year.
Though the SSA’s 2021 list hasn’t been released yet, last year’s list does have a lot in common with what you see below: Liam, Oliver, and Ethan are all in the top 10 for boys; and Olivia, Charlotte, and Amelia made the girls’ top 10.

See the top 100 baby names—50 for boys, 50 for girls—below, and find out more about the rankings here.

GIRLS’ NAMES
Amelia/Emilia
Charlotte
Aurora
Violet
Olivia/Alivia
Ava
Aria/Arya
Luna
Isla
Hazel
Scarlett
Maeve
Nora/Norah
Sophia/Sofia
Chloe
Freya/Freja
Abigail
Audrey
Grace
Adelaide
Lily/Lilly
Isabella
Vivienne/Vivien/Vivian
Eleanor
Ella

Ophelia
Adeline
Genevieve
Ivy
Lucy/Lucie
Emma
Hannah/Hanna
Iris
Esme
Penelope
Clara
Cora
Eloise
Mila
Astrid
Arabella
Naomi
Elizabeth/Elisabeth
Isabelle
Evangeline
Ruby
Sadie
Mia
Maya/Maia
Keira

BOYS’ NAMES
Oliver
Liam
Theodore
Ethan
Aidan/Aiden
Benjamin
Declan
Gabriel
Finn/Fynn
Elijah
Henry
Owen
Caleb
Alexander
Grayson/Greyson
Sebastian
Leo
Levi
Jasper
Lucas/Lukas
Jackson/Jaxon
Emmett
Miles/Myles
Everett
Felix
Landon
Atticus
Milo
Jack
Theo
Elliot/Elliott
Archer
Silas
Isaac
Arthur
Elias
William
Wyatt
Kaden/Caden/Cayden
Noah
Matteo
Samuel
Hudson
Harrison
August
Alastair/Alistair
Gavin
Jacob
Lincoln
Aaron