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The most popular baby names of 2019

By Reuters
14 December 2019   |   6:16 am
The Most Popular Baby Names of 2019. With the year coming to an end, BabyNames.com has released its annual ranking of the most popular names. Here are the top baby names of 2019 for girls and boys.

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