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Like fashion or food, baby names are no exception to the rise and fall of trends. Each year there are names that stand out for their soaring popularity across the country, while other names hang steady at the lower end of the list. 

Thanks to the Social Security Administration, we know exactly which names are popular and which are not. In 2016, Emma and Noah topped the charts for girls and boys respectively, each with over 19,000 babies given the names. While we absolutely love those names too, maybe you don't want to risk your child being the fifth Emma in her first grade class. 

We combed the list for you to find the coolest baby names that ranked at #100 or lower, so that you can make sure your child stands out against the crowd.