Nobody wants to name their kid Alexa anymore

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Alexa Baby Name Popularity Plummets

But you don't have to worry about that happening to you anytime soon as Alexa is losing its popularity among the masses. Thanks to the popularity of the Echo speaker, which as of November 2017 has sold 20 million units, the name Alexa is now down 33 per cent in the USA, with just 3,883 babies named Alexa in the United States in 2017. Previous year just 20 baby girls were named Siri.

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The Echo speaker has been responsible for a drop of more than 30 per cent in popularity of the name, which little Alexas can view as a pro or con, depending on whether they like being the only Alexa in their kindergarten class.

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Emma tops the list of the most popular girls' names for 2017, followed by Olivia, Ava, Isabella and Sophia. This indicates a drop from 311 of every 100,000 baby girls in 2015 to 207 per 100,000 newborn girls in 2017. As per a Recode report, the trend of naming a newborn baby girl Siri did increase prior to the launch of the personal digital assistant in 2011, however, the name hasn't been popular among American parents ever since.

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In fact, people have stopped using the name of the virtual assistant for their newborn girls, with the figure dropping ever since Amazon released the product in 2015. The popularity of the name has declined from 120 baby girls in the United States being named Siri in 2011, which is about 6 in every 1,00,000 girls, to 20 newborn females in 2017, which is about 1 in every 1,00,000 girls.

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