Pokemon Go's popularity has inspired more parents to use Pokemon characters to name tReuters

It was just a matter of time.

Trends from "Twilight" (Bella) to Hashtag have been inspiring baby names for awhile now. So it’s no surprise that the Pokemon Go phenomenon is doing the same.

BabyCenter.com, which notes its users baby naming trends, found that 50 percent of the moms who frequent their site are playing the game, according to Today.com.

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Though Pokemon-related names may not be making the top 10 list yet, they are still increasing in popularity, Buzzfeed reported.

BabyCenter found that Roselia, Eevee and Onyx saw a jump for girls, and Ash, Ivy and Shay for boys.

Specifically, Roselia is up 5,859 spots from last year, and Ivy is up 1,287 spots, according to Buzzfeed. The site asks registered users what they named or plan on naming their babies.

"Parents are always looking to pop culture for baby name inspiration and, right now, it doesn't get hotter than Pokemon Go," Linda Murray, BabyCenter global editor in chief, said in a statement quoted by "Today."

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