Doesn't it seem like every baby has a three- or four-letter name now? Another huge trend in baby names? But she's not the only one: Harry , too, is also climbing the charts — the name jumped up 30 places on the SSA list between and Nameberry , a site for researching baby names, tracks its users' searches. Quartz reports that the average length of baby names in the US has been falling since the '90s.
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