Five new baby name combinations have been announced for 2017, including the first baby names of a boy, a girl and a boy-girl combination.
The name combinations, called alexandrion and amyarion, are all named after a Roman god and boy, respectively.
The names were announced by a team of researchers at the University of Virginia, which developed a name generator to predict names in 2020 and 2020 and 2021.
The names were designed to be more inclusive and have more boy and girl names than traditional names, said Dr. Paul Ebert, associate professor of pediatrics at the university.
The team also looked at names that have had a significant impact on children’s lives.
The team included researchers from the University at Buffalo, the University College London, the Yale School of Medicine and Johns Hopkins University, Ebert said.
The researchers developed a custom name generator that uses algorithms and mathematical modeling to determine which names will be the most popular by 2020.
The algorithm predicts which names are most likely to be popular by 2021.
The new names will also be a boon to those with young children, Eberts team found.
They include the name for the fifth child born in the United States in 2021, Amyarion.
The baby name is pronounced as “ay-ro-yah,” and its spelling and pronunciation are similar to those of the baby boy named after Jesus.
The authors note that these names are likely to become more popular in the future.
The 2017 study found that in the first five years of the century, alexanderion and Amyarions names were most popular, with a total of 22.8 percent of babies named after them born.
This figure jumped to 40.3 percent by the end of the decade, but it dipped to 26.9 percent by 2020 and 23.5 percent by 2021, the study found.
The study also found that names with more boy-like names also increased, as did boy-and-girl names.
The authors said the gender differences could be due to the name being associated with boys or girls at birth.
The research team is hoping to use the data to develop a list of more inclusive names for boys, girls and boys, and more gender-neutral names for girls, which can be used in education and medicine.
This story was updated on Sept. 28, 2021, to reflect a corrected spelling of the name Ayrion.