...or sort of. In the United States, the Social Security Administration keeps lists of the most popular baby names. Here are the top names for 2014, and if you click on the tab, you can find popular names from other years.
Using that information, TIME magazine published a name generator (fill in your name, year of birth and sex, and the generator will figure out what your name's ranking was the year you were born and then tell you what name has the same ranking this year as well as other recent years). Kind of fun.
Clearly my name was never popular in any era. Even in 1954, Myrna was only ranked 422 (not exactly a surprise to me), but here are some of the names I might have been given in other years (I wonder where that Larry came from). I actually like most of these.
Given your name's ranking from the year you were born, what name did the generator come up with for you?