Last year, there were 22 girls born in the U.S. and named "Cashmere" (in 1999 there were less than 15).
In 2000, there were 34 girls born in the the U.S. and named "Chardonnay" (46 in 1999).
In 2000, there were 543 girls born in the U.S. and named "Cristal" (518 in 1999).
Yes, technically "Cristal" may have been an actual name first (most likely in France) but, before the champagne came to American national conciousness, more Yanks were naming their daughters simply "Crystal" instead.
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