Though baby name trends come and go, there are a ton of classic monikers that have stood the test of time, topping the "most popular" list for over 135 years. But just because a name was incredibly well-liked at one point in time—we're looking at you Donna and Dennis—it doesn't mean it will be a top choice for parents forever.
The following once-common names are rapidly declining in popularity, according to , which used its database of 300,000 parents across the U.K. to determine this year's most favored and unfavored monikers, according to . According to its data, BabyCentre says that not a single parent has registered a child with these names in their system so far this year—and some of them are pretty surprising! Here are some names that apparently are in danger of going extinct in the near future:
It's not clear what names these parents are opting for instead, but we have a feeling it's a more unconventional choice like Kyd, Benajah, Tatjana, or Alizeh, some of which, are growing in popularity by more than 4,000 percent.