When traditional names like John and Mary just won't do, some parents look to favorite fictional characters, TV personalities or actors for inspiration. Likely thanks to the "Twilight" craze, Isabella is the top name among girls born in 2009 and Cullen went from 782 in 2008 to 485 in 2009. Take this quiz to test your knowledge of popular movie and television characters as they relate to popular baby names.
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In 2002, fictional characters Ross and Rachel on the popular TV show 'Friends,' had fictional baby Emma. What was the most popular name for baby girls born in 2002 in the U.S.?
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Fictional character Bella from the 'Twilight' series may be the inspiration for what name's increase in popularity in 2008?
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The popular series 'Twilight' also inspired an increase in popularity for what boy's name?
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The name of which Kardashian sister entered the popular name list in 2006 and made its way into the top 100 names for baby girls in 2009?
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In 2009, Marley debuted in the top 1,000 most popular names for boys. What movie most likely inspired the increase in popularity?
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Which name was more popular in 2006 when Miley Cyrus debuted as Hannah Montana?
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This actress, who has also made appearances on 'The O.C.,' has helped make the name 'Sloan' more popular thanks to her role on HBO's 'Entourage.'
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The first name of what star of 'The Hills' appeared on the most popular name for baby girls in 2007, for the very first time.
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On what TV show is there a main character named Addison, a name that's edged into the top 10 most popular girl names of 2009?
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What name, often a nickname for Susan, is one to watch as an up-and-comer in the popularity contest of names for baby girls?
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What husband on Wisteria Lane shares a name with the dinosaur from 'Toy Story'?
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This model, business woman and reality TV star is inspiring baby girls all across America to embrace their fabulosity.
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What NYC avenue became a popular name for baby girls across America after the movie 'Splash' premiered in 1984?
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What character in the movie 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' inspired a generation to name their kids after him?
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The television series 'Charmed' brought us witches, demons, warlocks, and what popular name?
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The name Eloise hasn't been popular since the 1960s but resurfaced in 2009. What popular television series re-introduced the name to an American audience?
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It may be too early to tell if the name Jim and Pam chose for their baby on the television series 'The Office' will influence American parents. What name did they pick?
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Considering how popular the series of 'Harry Potter' books and movies have been with both kids and adults, it's not surprising to find that this name debuted as a popular girl's name in 2003, and has increased in popularity since.
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In the last 10 years, the name Judah has risen in popularity. What popular television show does actor Judah Friedlander star on?
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