Thursday, May 28, 2009

Popular baby names.....should you or shouldn't you?

Have you heard the news? Emily is no longer the number one name given to little girls. This year, the name Emma won out, while Emily is now ranked 3rd on the list of popular baby names for a girl. My daughter's name, Isabella, was the number one girl name for 2004, the year she was born. When I'm at the park and I call out, "Bella, it's time to go", there are usually 3 or 4 little Bella's looking up from what they were doing to see if they are the one being called for. Now every mother with a daughter named Emma gets to experience that.

But does knowing the ranking of baby names really matter when it comes to naming your child? Does it really matter if she has the same name as her friend, cousin or classmate? Even if you pick your daughter's name from a list of the most popular baby names, isn't your precious baby girl still special and unique in her own way?

So, with the thousands of baby girl names available to choose from, go with what's in your heart, whether it is an uncommon name or the most popular name of the year. Your daughter will feel special and unique with whatever name is chosen because of who she is. If you ask any adult (teachers, daycare providers, mommies), you will find that a child’s name is unique because of the child’s personality and her special qualities, not because they share their name with other classmates or it was ranked the number one baby girl name in 2009.

It’s always fun to check out what names are popular and what celebrities are naming their babies. So, unless you are set on naming your daughter a certain way you should check out Baby Names World at parentsconnect.com to gain access to an incredibly extensive and completely searchable listing of baby names, their origins, and even their meanings. You can mix and match names and see how they look together than decide if the meanings are appropriate for you.

Baby girl names are always fun to play with. There are so many names to combine that unless you do know what your baby’s name is going to be, it may take you the entire pregnancy to decide on a name. Baby Names World even keeps track of the names you like, so in your pregnancy-induced memory loss, you won’t have to!

So, tell me....did you or would you choose a popular baby name for your child?

60 comments:

Kristina P. said...

Do you think that the popularity of the name Bella for girls is because of Twilight?

Morgan said...

My children have pretty uncommon names. I have never met another person in real life with my oldest son's name, Zion. I've never met anyone with the same name as my 3rd. or 4th. child either. It's kind of fun to have unusual names, but there's something to be said for the traditional and popular names as well.

One of the biggest factor for making the choice on names for us, was the meaning. We had a lot of fun reading about all the different meanings of names and picking ones that we liked both the sound of the name and what it meant.

2SetsOfTwins4Me said...

I know what you mean, my older boys were born in 2004 also and one of them i named Ethan
I seriously had no clue it was as popular as it is and especially in that year. I hear the name all the time.

Karen said...

I think parents should pick out names they like. And then, when the baby is born, you see if the name(s) seem to fit. Names should be based on what the parents like. And if it happens to be the most popular name in the universe, well, at least the kid won't get made fun of for having a "weird" name. Right?

Taryn said...

We just went with names that we both liked. We had picked out a boy and girl name that we liked for when the time came. Who new we would get to use both of them and then some. lol One of them, Abigail, turned out to be a very popular name and I had no clue. But, most of the other Abigails that she knows go by Abbie and she doesn't like that at all. She insists on Abigail so I guess it still stands out from the others.

GAMZu said...

Abigail is such a beautiful name; I don't see why anyone would want to shorten it.

IAmDenise said...

Not really we have names for each gender

Girls-
Iralyn (Ireland) Not popular
Brooklyn
Gracelyn
Alvyia (olivia)

Boys-
Liam
Josiah
Kayden
Thomas

So some might be but those are the names I love.

Swoozie said...

We went for "unpopular" names with our son and our daughter. Maybe #79 and #61 on the Top 100 List of Names according to the year they were born. (Yes! I looked---ackkk!)So they are not "wacky" names say like "Apple"; just not as common as some of the others. Initially we went with Jacob and Emma as "our names" mainly because they are names in our family ~~~ but we changed them both once we realized how popular they were. We're happy with their names and I think every child grows into their name or vice versa.
On the other hand, it only seems right that parents can name their kids what they wish without having to worry about how many are there going to be in her kindergarten class with the same name.
A great post!

Imjustagirl said...

I have to say I have an unusual name and love it. My husband has a very common name and he does not seem to mind. My thought on the name thing is it used to be the exception to have a different name but now days people name their kids what they want and heck even change the spelling half the time! I thought I would want my kids (one day) to have names that you knew were either male or female but by the time they are adults I don't think it will matter at all because names have almost becaome a game. I still think I would have a hard time naming my child a "popular" name but if you love the name go for it!

Mrs. M said...

We go traditional, but we like our kid's names to be unique. At least that was the plan-but for some reason every time we pick a name it hits the popularity jackpot. We picked our son's name out of a book of Irish saints-we thought it was cute and there was NO WAY it would be over used since it was a 1st century saint's name. It shot all the way up to #1. When we picked our daughter's name we chose it because it had family significance and it was an older name (it's only debut in the top 100 up until that point was in 1903 at #99)...now there are girls with her name popping up everywhere! We JUST had The Bean and already I'm getting a ton of people saying "Oh I know someone who is going to name their baby that too!"

ARG!

I guess the moral of the story is pick what you like, because if you pick it based on popularity (or rarity) that can change overnight.

Tracy said...

Well as you know, I chose a not uncommon name for my son (Evan) and a very uncommon name for my daughter (Rowan.) I get "two boys?" ALL.THE.TIME. No, she's a girl, I say. She's all girl. She's girl enough to take on this supposed boy name with utter girl-ness. I have no doubt. And I'm sure she won't hate me for it (will she?)

I've always loved the name...since I read it in an Anne Rice novel back in 1992 (The Witching Hour.) Brooke Shields stole it from me for her daughter.

MamaHen Em said...

I checked - my son's name wasn't even in the top 100 the year he was born, but we hear it all the time now, although he is the only one at his school. My girlie was number 25 the year she was born and there are 5 girls in her class and the grade above at the school. We didn't pick their names due to any reason other than we loved them and they fit our very German last name. His is and old English name and hers is actually German (spelled wrong but who wants to be called the wrong name all the time since German names have all become anglo -sized?)

By the way, you cracked me up with your Lifetime comment - that is EXACTLY what is freaking me out about the eye thing. It seems very creepy!

C Lo said...

I loathe "fake" popular names. You know.......those stupid purposeful misspellings and that whole "Mc" phenomena that happened a few years ago. As far as those kind of "popular" names, I am staunchly against them and I heartily judge parents who curse their children with those names. :P

That said.........I love "classic" names. Elizabeth, Grace, Margaret, Jacob, John, Michael, etc etc etc. Those were all popular at one time, does that count? I like "normal" names and I like Biblical names. I like names that have been around and stood the test of time. I like names that don't sound trendy. Some have been popular, some haven't.

My kids are named in the following way
1. Classic female name
2. Classic Irish name
3. Sort-of classic male name

My kids are all named after someone/something. So I wasn't looking at what was popular, but I sought out names that were meaningful to our family. I have a pretty generic name, but I was named after someone, and even though I don't even really know her, it's kind of special. I always wished my ENTIRE name was after someone, instead of some random middle name.

Being a child of the 70's, of course I have a half dozen friends named Jennifer. And they all tell me how annoying it was to be the umpteeth Jennifer in their class growing up. I don't think it's especially kind to purposefully pick a "popular" name but if it has special meaning to you, then I don't think popularity should matter.

:)

Jen said...

All out kids are names after family in one way or another. 2 of them have popular names and 2 don't. Thats just how it worked.
My name on hand was one of the popular ones, Jennifer. But I am named it after my Grandma.

Shannon said...

When I was born, the name "Shannon" was very popular (I blame it on the song "Shannon" by Henry Gross...and if people had known it was about a DOG, perhaps they wouldn't have been so quick to name their children it). By the time I reached school, Shannons were everywhere. Now, 33 years later, I wonder where all the Shannons went, because in the last 10 years I haven't seen but maybe two.

My boys both received names that are popular names consistently, Micheal and Christopher. I didn't give them those names because they were popular, I gave them those names because I like them. And those names fit

them better than any other name. I think it's kinda funny that so many other children share my children's names. We could be at the store next to some child who is grossly misbehaving, and I call one of my son's to come to me, and the misbehaving child, who is not mine, stops misbehaving and looks and me dumbfounded like "How did you know my name?" But hey, I got that child to stop misbehaving while their parent just stood there doing nothing, all because the child was fearful because I somehow knew his name. lol

Yaya said...

You know, growing up there were always multiple "Kristin"s in every class and I always felt bad for them because then they had to go by Kristin S. and Kristin Y. etc.

Sotorrific Twins said...

I decided I wouldn't name my kids anything in the top 25. Maybe it was the top 50 - I can't remember now. Anyway, my husband and I made a list of a few (for each sex - we have b/g twins) and then I crossed off any that were too popular. So, Sophia and Olivia were out. None of the boy names we wanted were that popular so it all worked out there.

In the end, I think the names we picked were the ones I would have picked anyway. My Sebastian and my Collette. Real names, just not really popular ones!

On another note, a friend of mine has a daughter named Madison. That is very popular especially in our area. I was at her house one day and saw that she had one of those baby name books. Did she really need to buy a book to come up with the most common name in our elementary school?? I got a chuckle out of that one.

LZ said...

I just used 2 girls names that we liked. Both are in the top 15, and I'm cool with that. I have an unusual name, and never loved it growing up. We picked what we liked and weren't swayed by popularity.

Stacey said...

I'm already thinking of names I want to use for when I get pregnant, but am definitely staying away from Top 10 names from the last 5 or 10 years. I would like for my child to have some sense of specialness because they're the only kid in their class with that name. My brother was an anonymous kid because he's a Michael. There were at least 5 other Michaels in his class all throughout school.

If things to as planned and my kids' dad is my friend Miguel, the babies will have Hispanic names. Mercedes is first choice for a girl because that's both my and Miguel's grandmothers name. For a boy, we're leaning towards Javier. Those are popular names in Spanish speaking countries, but here, I can bet that they won't be as popular. But it will be quite hilarious, I'm sure to see me and my partner (2 white girls) calling out to Mercedes and Javier at the park when it's time to go. LOL.

Semi-Slacker Mom said...

All of my children's names are family names. But 2 of them are on the list, Emma & Jackson. But we don't use those names. My first & middle names were both very common in the 70s. Probably #1 & #2, so I tried to use uncommon names.

Sharlene said...

When my brother was in elementary school he had 5 Chris's in his class and he was one of them. So none of the kids called him Chris. He was Army (a play off my maiden name Armstrong) most of the time. My name is pretty uncommon and I never ran across another Sharlene all through school. Sure it was kinda a pain to have to spell my name for people but it also was nice to know when they yelled Sharlene I was the only one they were yelling for. Fast forward to my children. I refused to have my daughter have a name in the top 50. I know. I am weird. There were some that I loved and was shocked that they were popular since they were not when I was growing up but I just didn't want her to be Jennifer #4 of 30 kids in her class. Now I get excited if I ever hear anyone with her name. Its like a secret club of women named Mari. For boys names my son was going to be Benjamin since I was about 18. I just hoped and prayed there wouldn't be a sudden run on the name Ben. There hasnt been. Its still out of the top 20 but there is a chance he won't be the only Ben in his class. I don't know why I am more okay with my son having a common name but I am. I guess it just another one of my quirks. Good topic though. I love hearing what people have to say on the subject.

tracy said...

I dreamed my sons name - its a normal name :) Didnt dream a weird word.

tracy

Heather said...

Hmmm...I didn't. Mostly because when someone says my name, like 8 people respond, so I've learned to ignore people when they call my name! LOL
We went the other direction with very unusual, and we have problems with people mispronouncing their names, misspelling them or calling them a different name altogether. Jule is constanly being referred to as "Julie," and people look at me as if they question why I named my baby boy Julie, when in fact, I didn't!
I love all of your kids' names and think they will grow up feeling special and unique because you make them feel that way! Hopefully, Bella won't ignore you calling her on the playground : )

The Mother said...

Now, was Bella named before or after the first Twilight books?

I prefer unusual names. Which is why mine are named things like "The Grouch" and "the Goth."

Nah, all of mine have nice, normal names that aren't too common, but not to far out in left field, either. The last thing a kid needs to do is spend his entire life spelling his name out to store clerks or explaining to interviewers where he got such an unusual name.

Tabbatha Rose said...

Out of my 4 Jessica came in 2nd the year she was born. I didnt pick because of popularity, just because I liked the name. The others Chantelle, Ty and Cayden werent as popular. LOL I never checked those lists while choosing a name.

MommaD said...

as a jennifer and a john, both two the absolute most popular names they years we were born, we chose names that were normal but not super popular. of course the more boys we ended up having the higher up on the "popular" list they got. although i am often amazed at how many people do not know how to say their names or act like they are new (oh, you decided to shorten gabrielle to gabriel for a boy?) I have all old testament bible names people! seth, gabriel, nathan & eli!

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Amy W said...
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Amy W said...

I just posted my girls names, then thought better of it. Let's just say that my older daughter has no classmates with her name. It was highly popular in 1970. Not even on the radar now. My younger daughter, on the other hand, knows a handful of friends with the same name. It was ranked #53 the year she was born.

Dee said...

My son's name is Evan(a family name) and oh so popular but I dont care! And my mom just told me that Isabella(what I'm naming this baby) is becoming super popular-oh well!

Onna@toddlercraft.net said...

I have an unusual name - Onna- until 3 weeks ago (I am 37-so you know how long this is) I had NEVER met another Onna - spelt the same way. I actually met this other Onna because she saw me post on a mommy forum and had to email me -because She had never met another Onna. So because of my experience, I always wanted my kids names to be a little different, but not TOO different-if you know what I mean. I liked being original and my name was always a cause for conversation when I met people.

What's funny is when I named my kids I wanted there names to be a little different. But my son -who is named Cole- is already one of two Cole's in his grade- but that's ok- I still love the name!!

My daughter's name is still one I don't hear very often. But who knows that might change!!

I agree with you, the name becomes original because it fits your child and their personality and that's what's important.

Hajar Zamzam Ismail said...

I don't like popular names, but since my husband and I couldn't agree on any of the less popular Muslims names, we decided to name the babies after the prophet and the first "Saint" of Islam. If we ever have any other babies we will probably give them spiritually meaningful names as well, regardless of how commonly they are used.

Claroux said...

I have a really weird name "Marnie"...named after an Alfred Hitchcock movie that come out in the late 1960's. There was a rash of Marnies out there for a few years and now it's a "dead" name. When naming our twins I initially didn't want something super popular because I always hated the fact that I could never get those silly license plates for my bike or barrettes with my name on them. Our initial picks for the girls were Tamsin & Zoe. Then I decided that I hated Tammy and we went back to the drawing board. We came up with Chloe & Madeline just because we liked them. We didn't even look at the popular lists and such. NOW....with our boy due in 6 weeks it's a different story. For like TEN years now I've been saying if we have a boy I want to name him Jackson (after my fav artist - jackson pollock) but suddenly Jack & Jackson are wicked popular. So we tried to come up with something else - for like four months - but nothing else seemed to fit. So-JAckson it is. I agree with you -it doesn't matter how popular the name is - if it's what you like...GO FOR IT. Each kid is completely unique anyway!!!!!

Sara said...

I waiver back and forth between loving traditional names (Isabella is a favorite!) and wanting to go with more modern, unique names. I will probably change my mind a dozen or more times by the time we finally get to have one!

I left you an award on my blog today!

The Daily Dean Chronicals said...

I giggle at this post! In 1997 we named our daughter Madison! That was deemed the most popular name! Huh??? There is only 1 other Madison at her school and she is a 1st grader this year! So what happened 1997 popular names? Maybe in we will find out, but I don't believe those books and polls! Name your kids what you feel...you created them...the bond is yours! NAME THAT KID!!

twinmama said...

Our girls names were well thought out family names (or based on family names). One of my daughters is named after my late father - she has his middle name and it is a boy name and we kept the boy spelling. Our other daughter's name is a combination of the other three grandparents and is about as southern and classic as you can get, but we call her by another name. (She has two nicknames.)

I mean, really, how many people name their kids Peanut & Jelly Bean? :)

HarryJack's Mom said...

I worked in the schools for a while and wanted names that were obvious gender, easy to pronounce and not terribly common....they are both on the upswing, but fit our kids perfectly! They are both 'nicknames' which bothered my mom, but I never used my full name and wanted them to be named what they'd be called (except for the embarrassing family nicknames, of course ;-) ) Having twins, I wish I'd thought ahead in terms of needed letters LOL Fun post!

D said...

I worked in retail and at the time "Austin" was a really popular name and my sister named my godson "Austin" and then about two years ago my other nephews name gained in popularity and now I have to deal with that. Only difference is instead of spelling his name "Colin" we spell it "Collin" as my mom suggested. In my family's case I just try to avoid the male names that are popular. I have two Ralphs, three or four Bruces,two Louies, three Dennis's, and two Michaels and my godson's middle name is Michael. I all ready have said that I love the name Caleb but instead of Michael I think I'll use Morgan instead. As far as girls names go I had a lot of Emma's when I was a daycare worker. Emma's, Alexandra's and Emily's. It always amazed me how generic people got about naming their kids but I guess it's okay. Can you imagine that someday kids are going to have grandma's named Paris, Chantelle and Brittney?! Just a bit disturbing!

wife.mom.nurse said...

We went with family names...hmmm, I guess it might be hard for a kid to be the Emma P. or Emma S. or Emma T. in the class. I saw that a lot when I taught Sunday school.

Kimberly Kihega said...

Wow! You have an amazing story. Congratulations, I have a friend who I am donating my eggs to because of her infertility. These stories are beautiful.

Holly at Tropic of Mom said...

Our baby is due in a few weeks, and we still don't have names picked out! Ack! (I say "names," plural, because we aren't finding out the baby's sex.) It's partly because my husband and I want to get to know the baby first before choosing a name for him or her. But it's also because we just can't agree on names we both like!

Pretty Personal Gifts said...

When went with Madison & Mikayla and thought we were being so unique. Now they are more common names. As it turns out there are 10 girls named Kate in each of their classes and no other Madison or Mikayla for now! For me, growing up with the name Janine was a challenge at times. I had to (actually still do) constantly spell it and pronounce it for people. I answer to just about anything with a J because no one gets it right. When we picked names for our kids we tried to avoid saddling them with names that would cause that to happen to them because it gets old really fast and you are pretty much stuck with the name for life. I'm just tired of spelling it! I guess you have to go with what you like though.

The Lane Family said...

Great post..as always!! When we had our first daughter we had talked about that name when we were dating so it was a given what we would name her. After we lost her we decided to never pick names out again until the baby was born. With our son I had thought of the name Aidan just at random, I had never heard it or no anyone with that name. Now it is in the top 10. With the twins I had heard the names on a couple of our favorite shows and thought they were cute. I had a list of 5 names that my husband and I looked over right after the girls were born and we picked Kaylee and Avery. The main problem I have run into is that everyone thinks Avery is a boy. Needless to say the names we picked fit them and popularity was never an issue considering I never looked at any websites or name books.

Creaitve Junkie said...

For both of my girls, I wanted a Greek first name. Zoe means "life" in Greek and Helena means "light" in Greek.

I didn't really even pay attention to whether they were popular or not. And as it turns out, Zoe is more popular than Helena, although we've only encountered a handful of other Zoes. We've only met one other Helena.

Lauren said...

My girls names were pretty popular but I knew that's what I wanted to name them from the beginning. We did change the spelling on one of our girls names' just b/c I have always liked names spelled differently. So we have a Haylie and a Hannah. Not much you can change with Hannah. But since their first names are so common, their middle names are a little less popular....not crazy though!

Sheri said...

Lauren- my cousins girls are Hannah and Haylie

We wanted something different for our daughter and we found a great name but hated the spelling. Being a first grade teacher, I wanted the spelling short, sweet and correct! I despise all these mis-spelled names out there these days....sorry, but to me they make the parents look illiterate. With my boys I had little time to think of names but I absolutely loved one name and then found a second name to "match" the first.... and I spelled them correctly;)

I too found kids hated to be called John T. for 12 years because there were other Johns in his class.....or Madisons, Madelyns, Olivias, etc.

Kim said...

My name is Kim, and people are constantly trying to lengthen it to Kimberly. My sister's name is Kristina, and people are constantly trying to shorten it to Kris. All I'm saying is, you can't win.

Mrsbear said...

With my first I was attracted to the oddities, things like Kalliope and Echo. We opted for a nice normal name instead and it was in the popular range but it was just one of the few names both me and the husband agreed on. I love to mess with my teen and tell her she was almost an Echo, just to watch her cringe.

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-Francesca

Gwen said...

Honestly, I prefer a popular name to a weird, untraditional "unique" one. I really don't understand the desire of some parents to saddle their child with a weird spelling for a tradional name, or some atrocious made up moniker. Just an opinion, and a pretty unpopular opinion at that considering the names I see around these days. I feel like I see either popular names, like my daughter's name which is Olivia, or some weird names like Shanayla or Nevaeh. If I could pick a name again for my girl, I would definitely pick something less popular. Maybe Genevieve or Margaret. Hell, even Jane. I think your daughter's name is lovely. Isabella. No wonder it's so popular.

janice said...

I've been teaching for the last 12 years so it was interesting for me to ponder what I would name my own child when the time came. I liked Isabella, then saw the rise in popularity of that name. Same thing happened with Sophia. I went with Vivian- has the same old-fashioned feel and it isn't too common (yet!)

Lani said...

I just went with my heart and picked what I love, even though they are somewhat common names (Lily, Ben, Cameron). If you love a name, I don't think it matters how many other people have it..

WhisperingWriter said...

We named our son Tommy after his father. It doesn't seem overly popular thank goodness.

Our daughter is named Natalie because it was the only name my husband and I could agree on.

I do like the name Emily but I doubt I'd ever name a child that so she doesn't have to go by Emily M (M being the first letter of our last name) when she's in school since I imagine there would be 5 other Emily's.

Stesha said...

Where I live my children's names aren't that common. Brooklyn, Tyler, Jordan, Roman, Kyndle, Eden, and Elijah.

Man, hubby and I have a lot of kids. I never realized it until I wrote all those names down.

Too late now.

Hugs and Mocha,
Stesha

Stesha said...

Where I live my children's names aren't that common. Brooklyn, Tyler, Jordan, Roman, Kyndle, Eden, and Elijah.

Man, hubby and I have a lot of kids. I never realized it until I wrote all those names down.

Too late now.

Hugs and Mocha,
Stesha

Stesha said...

Where I live my children's names aren't that common. Brooklyn, Tyler, Jordan, Roman, Kyndle, Eden, and Elijah.

Man, hubby and I have a lot of kids. I never realized it until I wrote all those names down.

Too late now.

Hugs and Mocha,
Stesha

Zeemaid said...

I never went by popularity. The year that I had my first was the year that her name was suddenly popular because Rachel on Friend's named her baby Emma. I had actually picked that name like two years before during the whole infertility battle. I had always said I'd name my first girl Emma Rose.

I chose to follow my favourite Jane Austen novels/characters. So I named my 2nd Jane Elizabeth. Nice and oldfashioned. I won't have to worry about too many little Janes now.

Unfortunately old fashioned boy names in those novels were very dreary.. I couldn't imagine Harry, Frederick or Fitzwilliam.

I did hear in the ladies change room one mom calling her son "Legolas" so you just never know... *L*

better than the one foster kid we had whose name was Suitcase. When he went in to care they gave him a "real" name.

DysFUNctional Mom said...

I picked out my oldest daughter's name, Shelbie, when I was still a young child myself. Then when I was pregnant with her the name became popular. I almost decided not to give her that name, because I didn't want her to have the same name as 15 other kids in her class. But I loved it so much that I named her that anyway, and fortunately it never gained that crazy "Jennifer" popularity.

Ashlee said...

I was pretty set on giving our daughter a non-popular name, because as a teacher it is such a pain to have three or four kids with the same name. All that matters though is that parents are excited about the names they give their children -- popular or not! Our daughter's name is not common at all nor is it weird, and I think it's beautiful.

Sadia said...

Depending on which our families (and countries) you're talking about, one of my daughters (Jessica) has a common name while the other (Melody) doesn't. Jessie thinks it's a treat every time she meets someone who shares her name. Melody's only ever met one other Melody, and thought it was incredible. However, she hears her name used as a word all the time.

Name confusion hasn't really been an issue for us, since all the Jessicas we know are grown. We didn't take commonality into account at all when choosing names. We chose names that would be pronounced similarly in English, Bengali and Spanish, to accomodate all our relatives.

Jessie is named after her grandfather Jesse, and Melody is named for our love of music.

I figure that if the children are alive when my husband gets home at the end of the day, I've done my job.

----Roseanne Barr



 
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