Is it the end for the name 'Gary'?
The name 'Gary' may have once been very popular, but it appears to be on the decline.
If the current trend continues, it could vanish entirely from popular usage.
While the name enjoyed a heyday in the mid- to late-20th Century, the name's popularity is waning.
Website ourbabynamer.com shows that in 1954, almost 38,000 kids were named Gary.
And for some reason, Gary was also used by some as a girl's name. But as you can see by the graph below, that idea never really took off.
By the year 2000, there were only just over a thousand new Garys.
In 2013, only 442.
In the UK that the same year, merely 28 boys were named Gary.
The name has dynamic origins. It is derived from the Germanic word "ger", which means spear.
But it was not until 1929 when the name really took off. In the first decade of the 20th Century, the number of new Garys barely broke double figures.
It really took off in the US in the 1920s thanks to the popularity of the actor Gary Cooper (1901 - 1961), who adopted his stage name from the city of Gary in Indiania where his agent was born.
There have been a number of well-known Garys - actors Gary Oldman, Gary Sinese and Gary Cole. There's also former England footballer Gary Lineker, the country's second top scorer with 48 international goals, including 10 at the World Cup finals.
Arguably less influential are Gary Barlow and Gary Busey.
In recent years, Asian pop culture's most popular Gary is the Korean rapper from hip hop duo Leessang.
As a cast member of the hit Korean variety show Running Man, which was a massive worldwide hit since it premiered in 2010, Gary's fellow co-stars often yell his name during their weekly challenges.
The name's two syllables make it very chant-able.
What's in a name?: Gary (right), on Running Man, with his name tag that reads "Ga-rie" in Korean.
Source: Metro UK, Our Baby Namer, Behind The Name