Emma has been the voted the top baby name for girls in the United States.
According to the Social Security Administration, Emma replaced Emily from its 12-year reign and became the country's new favourite for a girl's name.
Emma first entered the top 10 in 2002, the same year when Jennifer Aniston's character Rachel in Friends gave her little girl the name.
"I think Emma, with the whole 'Friends' thing, may be on the way down. It may have run its course," the New York Daily News quoted upper West Side mum Jaclyn Pawlowski, 29, as saying.
"I think a lot of people would say Emma and Emily are pretty names, but they are really common," Jaclyn added.
Other names that ran in the favourite among the top girls' names were Isabella, Madison and Ava.
Meanwhile, Jacob remained the country's most popular name for a boy for the 10th year in a row.
But results in New York showed Michael as the top boy name while Isabella was the much-loved choice for girls.
A Social Security Administration spokeswoman said rankings in the official statewide popular names for 2008 could change since they were slated to be released not until May 12.