It has become increasingly popular for parents to give their baby girls names traditionally associated with boys. For example, Blake, Carter and Elliott have all broken into the top 1,000 names for girls since 2011.
This trend is also being followed by celebrities. Blake Lively (who has a traditionally male name) and Ryan Reynolds named their daughter James, while Heidi Klum's daughter is named Lou.
Want to follow in these stars' footsteps? The experts at MooseRoots, a genealogy research site, crunched the numbers to find 36 boy names that are now also popular among girls.
MooseRoots used data from the Social Security Administration to find baby names given to at least 100 girls of every million born, and 500 boys of every million born, in 2015. The ranking counts down, going from least popular girl name to most popular girl name.
Being given a name typically associated with another gender can impact a child's life. According to one study, girls with less feminine names are more likely to pursue math and science in high school. Another study shows that boys with more feminine names are more likely to misbehave in middle school.
Read on to find out which boy names have become great names for girls.
Note: Numbers showing how many boys and girls of every million were born with a given name in 2015 have been rounded to the nearest whole number.