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20 Popular Names From The 1990s That It Seems Like Almost Every Kid Had

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Jessica H., Amanda S., and Ryan F., could you please come to the front of the class? If you had a popular name in the 90s, you will likely remember having the first letter of your last name as your official reference point. After all, how would they know which Michael was supposed to present today?

Here are the 20 most popular names of 1990 that you can remember having at least one of in your class. Did your name make the list?

20. Amber / Robert

19. Victoria / Anthony

18. Alexis / William

17. Nicole / Justin

16. Jennifer / Zachary

15. Rachel / John

14. Stephanie / Ryan

13. Lauren / James

12. Kayla / David

11. Hannah / Brandon

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