If America is "the land of the free and the home of the brave", last year's baby name results reflect just how wholeheartedly its inhabitants embrace the phrase. Quartz writer Nikhil Sonnad has revealed that 1100 new names were used by American parents in 2017 - with the top new invented name being Camreigh.
Sonnad reports that the spelling of Camry has been around for a while, but that 91 little Camreighs burst onto the scene in 2017, amid a flurry of names ending in "eigh". He notes that 218 of the top 1000 US baby names end in the increasingly popular suffix - you can see the full list here - while in 1950, there were only five.
We're not anticipating Camry or Camreigh would take off in Australia because of the rather unexciting Toyota sedan of the same name.
Next on the list is Asahd with 58 births, an invented spelling of the name Asad, which is a popular Arabic name meaning lion. Celebrity music producer DJ Khaled is undoubtedly behind the appearance of the new spelling - he called his son Asahd in 2016 and has been promoting him as a mini-mogul ever since.
And we should be careful not to get culturally tone deaf about names. These are not all necessarily invented names, some, like Iretomiwa from Africa, are simply new to the US top 1000.
Killean is probably an alternative spelling of popular Irish name Killian.
We're also noticing a pairing of the increasingly popular Luna with another name, like Lunarose and Lunafreya, as well as other name smushes like Avajade and Averyann.
Here's a list of the top invented names in the US for 2017. You notice a Game of Thrones influence in there, with nine little Olennas and astonishingly, 11 called Cersei.
And while the minimum number of births to make the list is five, we've kept it to nine, or else you'd be reading it all week.