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mind that the RGD has provided its second edition of a Baby Name Book (All two names (male and female) in advance, so that they can name the baby at the. Baby Names List PDF e-book - Free download as Excel Spreadsheet .xls), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Most Popular Baby Names - Name. Gender. Number of. Children. DANIEL. BOY. JAMES. BOY. EMILY. GIRL. JACK. BOY.
Lev—The leonine Lev is a sleeker, fresher spin on Levi.
Lilia—Makes Lily more formal and more distinctive. Linus—The ancient god of music has finally lost his grip on his blankie. Lucinda—Formalizes and freshens up Lucy.
Magnus—Name popular in Scandinavia, with a great meaning. Maia—Newer spelling of Maya. Malachy—The Irish form of the Biblical name takes a long ee sound at the end.
Marisol—Traditional Spanish religious name that also relates to the sun and the sea. Marlow—Surname name that's become a celebrity favorite. Massimo—Max, in Italian. Millicent—Proper old-fashioned name that can get you to the cute Millie. N-Q Niamh—Now that Saoirse is getting more popular, other names with Irish spellings may be poised for wider usage, including this name of the heroine of Christina Baker Kline's huge popular novel Orphan Train.
Nola—One of those names that might be a short form — for Finola or Magnolia — but stands well on its own. November—Underused month name that can work for girls or boys.
Olympia—August name brought to new attention by Serena Williams.
Ottoline—Ottolie might feel too much like oddly, but Ottoline solves that problem. Petra—Feminized version of Peter rising again after a hundred-year nap. Quincy—Works for either gender but getting especially popular for girls. Ramona—Romantic classic that feels distinctive. Ren—Japanese unisex name made more popular for boys by the stylishness of homonym bird name Wren for girls.
Renata—Operatic name that literally means rebirth. Reverie—Dreamy word name. Romilly—Rome-related name first used for boys but now more popular for girls. Romy—Luscious nickname-name that now often stands on its own.
Roscoe—Quirky Norse name last popular in the s.
Rowan—One of the most popular unisex names is also used most equally for girls and boys. Rowena—Classic literary name little-used today. Sabine—An ancient girls' name never in the Top Sasha—Russian short form of Alexander or Alexandra used more for girls but rising for boys.
Sera—This short form of Seraphina can be used on its own. Serafina—The f is the Spanish spelling. Seth—Gentle name never as well used as his Biblical brothers. A-C Ada—Ava with gravitas.
Adelia—If you love Adeline and Adele, this vintage name is more distinctive. Alessia—A Latinate spin freshens up Alexa and sisters. Alma—This soulful choice is the name of the simple-but-strong heroine of Phantom Thread. Amalia—Why choose the lovely-but-overused Emma, Emily, or Amelia when you could choose this Dutch royal name?
Amaris—This unusual name meaning love is a 21st century update on Amy. Angelica—This most angelic of names has transcended Rugrats fame. Ansel—Photographer name finding a new image via young actor Ansel Elgort. Antonina—Dainty feminization of Anthony feels at once vintage and unexpected.
Arden—A name with a unisex feel used mostly for girls that benefits from sounding like ardent. Ari—The i ending modernizes this Hebrew nickname-name.
Artemis—Greek goddess of the hunt whose moon-related name has a strong unisex feel. Arthur—A princely classic with an artsy short form. Asa—A cross-cultural name with roots in the Bible as well as several African and Asian cultures that can work for either sex. Aurelius—Golden choice with Roman roots. Azariah—A new Old Testament name used equally for girls and boys. Bear—Once-unlikely animal name both cuddly and strong, gaining real traction. Bram—Sleek short form of Abraham popular in The Netherlands.
Cassia—Feminine form of the newly-trendy Cassius and Cassian, with a spicy meaning. Cora— Classic name with literary pedigree headed for the Top D-G Darcy—Jane Austen fans are making this popular for girls. Eira—Welsh name that means snow. Emil—This male spin on Emily is finally seeing new light. Faye—Simple and pixieish and newly back in the Top after a year break.
Fia—Mia update popular in Ireland. Fleur—The ultimate flower name, with a French accent.
Gracia—A Spanish name with plenty of gratitude. H-K Henley—The ley ending adds instant trendiness to any name. Horatio—Ancient name with new possibilities. Ione—This name of a sea nymph squeezes three syllables out of its four letters. Ivo—A woodsy name most popular in The Netherlands. Jacinta—A Spanish name that hides its botanical origins: it means hyacinth.
Name of a Celtic from Gaeta Italy pure, noble and selfless Calm sparrow white, fair hair keeper of the garden uncertain, perhaps garland maker measurer white hawk of battle well born gentleman Spear ruler strength of the spear bright oath. Field of heather hay meadow favor, grace little Hal favored grace unity, concord rules the home hazelnut tree a flowering evergreen plant in Scotland mythical hunter honorable noble torch pious protective renowned fighter of the Earth war joyful, glad beloved good name and integrity from Hugh color and flower of a violet like color.
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