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There might be three Liams and four Emmas in your child's kindergarten class in 2018, and if you went back 100 years, chances are there would've been at least a couple Ethels and Henrys. After all, popular baby names are nothing new. Instead, names just rise and fall in popularity over the years — and always will.

From Dorothy and Frank in the early 1900s to Noah and Amelia these days, it's fascinating to see how naming trends have changed over the last century.

We went back through Social Security recordings and pulled out the three most popular girl and boy names from each decade, beginning in 1900. Which decade had your favorite names?