According to the list released Friday, we're all going to be running into a lot of Sophias and Noahs in the decades to come. On the other end of the list are some more, shall we say, creative names.

Because of privacy concerns, the Social Security Administration's list of names given to babies born last year in the United States doesn't include any that have fewer than five holders. Which leaves us with two thoughts: 1) man, it's weird that five people came up with these independently; and 2) man, there must be some really creative names on the unreleased end of the list. Somewhere out there is the next Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.

As it is, the names shared by five babies are an entertaining list of unconventional spellings, unusual homages and perhaps unintential homophones. And, one assumes, some mistaken sex assignment, or else there are five little boys out there called Alyssa.

Some of our favorites:

Boys: Clever, Klever, Furious, Happy, Boulder, Colorado, Zurich, Chevelle, Subaru ,Pacer, Tripper, Trotter, Edge, Gatsby, Hawkeye, Kubrick, Machiavelli, Rambo, Rodman, Spartacus, Zevon, Anchor, Bison, Obsidian, Son, Swade, Vice, Jaxzyn, Jaxxin, Kaelob, Acxel, Doak, Keno, Relic, Deking.

Girls: Fancy, Happy, Icy, Shiny, Skylit, Snowy, Sweet, Crosslyn, Gatlynn, Kenzingtyn, Mandalynn, Oakland, Portlynn, Sierraleone, Icesis, Jazzman, Fergie, Gunner, Hermon, Moe, Moxxi, Pennylane, Avamonroe, Kayleeonna, Cattalaya, Bayleen, Camaro, Ransom, Tuba, Zeppelin, Amyracle.