You might think the top 100 boy names in the nation are highly masculine.

And you’d be right. Most are.

But a handful are not. Exactly 13 didn’t manage to earn an A+ on the **masculinity test**, in fact.

The lowest grade, C, went to Hayden.

Here are all of the grades in the top 100:

1. Jacob, A+

2. Mason, A+

3. William, A+

4. Jayden, A (94% boys; 6% girls)

5. Noah, A+

6. Michael, A+

7. Ethan, A+

8. Alexander, A+

9. Aiden, A+

10. Daniel, A+

11. Anthony, A+

12. Matthew, A+

13. Elijah, A+

14. Joshua, A+

15. Liam, A+

16. Andrew, A+

17. James, A+

18. David, A+

19. Benjamin, A+

20. Logan, A (96% boys; 4% girls)

21. Christopher, A+

22. Joseph, A+

23. Jackson, A+

24. Gabriel, A+

25. Ryan, A (96% boys; 4% girls)

26. Samuel, A+

27. John, A+

28. Nathan, A+

29. Lucas, A+

30. Christian, A+

31. Jonathan, A+

32. Caleb, A+

33. Dylan, A (94% boys; 6% girls)

34. Landon, A+

35. Isaac, A+

36. Gavin, A+

37. Brayden, A+

38. Tyler, A+

39. Luke, A+

40. Evan, A+

41. Carter, A+

42. Nicholas, A+

43. Isaiah, A+

44. Owen, A+

45. Jack, A+

46. Jordan, B (83% boys; 17% girls)

47. Brandon, A+

48. Wyatt, A+

49. Julian, A+

50. Aaron, A+

51. Jeremiah, A+

52. Angel, B (84% boys; 16% girls)

53. Cameron, A- (91% boys; 9% girls)

54. Connor, A+

55. Hunter, A+

56. Adrian, A+

57. Henry, A+

58. Eli, A+

59. Justin, A+

60. Austin, A+

61. Robert, A+

62. Charles, A+

63. Thomas, A+

64. Zachary, A+

65. Jose, A+

66. Levi, A+

67. Kevin, A+

68. Sebastian, A+

69. Chase, A+

70. Ayden, A+

71. Jason, A+

72. Ian, A+

73. Blake, A (95% boys; 5% girls)

74. Colton, A+

75. Bentley, A (95% boys; 5% girls)

76. Dominic, A+

77. Xavier, A+

78. Oliver, A+

79. Parker, B (86% boys; 14% girls)

80. Josiah, A+

81. Adam, A+

82. Cooper, A+

83. Brody, A+

84. Nathaniel, A+

85. Carson, A+

86. Jaxon, A+

87. Tristan, A+

88. Luis, A+

89. Juan, A+

90. Hayden, C (73% boys; 27% girls)

91. Carlos, A+

92. Jesus, A+

93. Nolan, A+

94. Cole, A+

95. Alex, A (96% boys; 4% girls)

96. Max, A+

97. Grayson, A+

98. Bryson, A+

99. Diego, A+

100. Jaden, A (94% boys; 6% girls)

In the top 1,000 there were 885 A-names (778 A+), 48 B-names, 13 C-names, 11 D-names and 43 F-names. The biggest failures were Rylee (10% male), Reagan (8% male) and Harper (8% male).