Emma and Noah look out! Those two names topped the Social Security list of most popular boy and girl names last year for the beginning of 2015. But, what's the brand new trend that more and more parents are trying?

Unisex names -- it was the year of the gender-neutral baby, as it was named by BabyCenter.

According to Yahoo:

Names being used for both boys and girls are on the rise among the nearly 185,000 baby monikers registered at the site, compared with 2014.

 

“Millennials are an open-minded and accepting group, and they don’t want their children to feel pressured to conform to stereotypes that might be restrictive,” Linda Murray, BabyCenter’s editor in chief, writes in a statement sharing the 10 names rising fastest in popularity for both genders.

Here are the top 10 names with the most growth in 2015:

  • 1

    Amari

  • 2

    Reese

  • 3

    Peyton

  • 4

    River

  • 5

    Rory

  • 6

    Avery

  • 7

    Parker

  • 8

    Jordan

  • 9

    Carson

  • 10

    Emerson