Even the most popular baby names when you were born aren't as common choices for moms naming their newborns today. And the opposite is true, too: Names that were relatively unheard of when you came on the scene may be topping the popularity charts in 2015. All that begs the question: If you were born today, what name would you have?
TIME.com has introduced a . Referencing , the on-site tool prompts you to enter your first name, the year you were born and your sex before generating the 2014 name that ranked as high in popularity as yours.
I tried it out with my name, which was the 148th most popular name in my birth year (I was the only Meredith in my college class, once that other girl transferred, and one of two in my 1,000-student high school class). So today, I'd be named...ISLA.
I(sla) like it!
For added enjoyment, the app also spits out what you would have been named in every decade from the 1890s to the 2000s. (Jimmie and Lou were apparently girls' names in the 1940s and 1900s.)
Sadly, the tool doesn't work for all names. If there were five or fewer other babies in the U.S. with your moniker the year you were born, you won't be able to learn which unique name is similarly uncommon now, as WomansDay.com staffer Marlisse learned.
Go ahead; . Tell us in the comments what your today name would be!