Popular girls’ names that will disappear forever in 2016.

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In 2014, zero baby girls were named Carol or Annette.

Zero.

That’s according to the Office of National Statistics in the UK who have released a list of girls’ names that are quickly slipping off the charts.

Back in the 60s, Carol was the 38th most popular name with 112,338 girls having the name.

In today’s day and age, wonderful characters like Carol Brady wouldn’t even exist.

No — you would be watching the daily movements of Savannah Brady, which is the 38th most popular name in the US, at the moment. Watch: What about the most popular names for 2016? We’ve got you covered too. Post continues after video.)

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Savannah Brady. Now, that just doesn’t have the same ring to it, does it?

But, Carol is just one of the many name casualties.

Based in their slip from 1996 to 2014, the ten other names set to disappear across the world include:

 

Sandra: 686th most popular name to 1016th

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Yes, you too, Sandra Sully. Be gone with your name. (Image via Twitter.)

Donna: 441st most popular name to 3514th

Julie: 436th most popular name to 1272nd

Debbie: 571st most popular name to 2464th

Tracy: 686th most popular name to 3160th

Susan: 397th most popular name to 18882nd

Elaine: 441st most popular name to 3514th

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Elaine. I hate to break it to you. But, you’re also GONE. POOF.

Annette: 944th name to zero, after no babies were name Annette in 2014

Kathleen: 227th most popular name to 715th

Ann: 539th most popular name to 1299th

 

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