A festive month full of celebrations ranging from Christmas to Kwanzaa, December is a wonderful source of baby name inspiration for boys and girls.
A list of baby names that begin with the letter F, including their meanings, origins and popularity. If you are thinking of naming your child with a name beginning with F, this list should provide you with some ideas.
It's a lot of fun to think up baby names when you are expecting. It can also be a bit of a challenge. After all, your baby is going to carry the name you give her or him for the rest of their lives.
Still can't decide on a name for your baby girl? Ever thought about a two-syllable name? Here are loads of options for you, including famous ones, biblical ones, popular ones and even fictional characters.
The Kikuyu people of Kenya have a very specific way of naming children. The first born-son is always given the same name as his paternal grandfather. The old man is usually very eager to be named and may start insinuating that 'he wants to be born' if the couple lingers too long.
Comprehensive list of baby names beginning with Z, including currently popular names, historically popular names, celebrity names and names from around the world. Z is an exotic trendy letter to start names with.
These names are becoming trendy according to the United States Social Security Administration baby name statistics for 2017. The meaning for each baby boy and baby girl name is also provided.
Bible names are some of the oldest on our planet. I believe that is why a lot of people choose a name for their kids from such a book—to have a connection to something old, revered and powerful.
Here is a comprehensive list of traditional French names as well as the most popular names for girls in France and Canada today. These names will give any girl an aura of elevated sophistication and beauty.
Julian Fellowes' beloved TV series Downton Abbey is a wonderful source for lovely, traditionally feminine girls' names. Take a look at this list of 20 beautiful Edwardian classics.
There is no end to the potential baby names that can be found in literature. Here are over 20 unique baby names from literature and tips to help inspire you.
Choosing a name for your new baby is not always an easy task. Let's compare the most popular baby names of 2017 and those from 100 years earlier in 1917.
Vintage baby names for both girls and boys. These old fashioned names are timeless, classic, and cool.
100 preppy baby names for girls and boys. Preppy first names tend to be old-fashioned and denote sophistication. From the Anglo-Saxon tradition, reminiscent of our founding fathers and the Gilded Age upper class.
Nature names are always in style and are charming for boys and girls. Here is a complete list of names inspired by nature—from flower names to herb and tree names.
If you're looking for a first name that has something to do with the deserts of our planet, then this is the place for you.
Deciding on the perfect name for your baby girl? Why not consider the beautiful Margaret. Here is a list of 32 of our favorite nicknames for Margaret!
Parents expecting a baby in September can look to the month itself for plenty of inspiration. September is the birth month of a number of famous people and is tied to a rich mythology as well.
Scottish baby names to avoid using because they aren't really Scottish, have negative or unfortunate meanings, are old men's names, don't sound nice, or are too popular.
Looking for names for your baby boy? Love the sound of two-syllable names? Here are some ideas for you. Included is a list from A - Z, a list of stars with these types of names, a list of the most popular ones, a list of biblical one and a list of fictional characters.
From Benjen to Tyrion, George R.R. Martin's popular A Song of Ice and Fire books and Game of Thrones TV show are a treasure trove of strong and unusual baby names for boys.
The shortest month isn't short on sources of baby name inspiration. From Valentine's Day to Black History Month, February is packed with symbolism to get your creative juices flowing!
While baby names like Rainbow Aurora, Jagger Snow, and North West are original, sometimes traditional baby names are refreshing. Here are eighty choices for you to pine through.
A complete list of boy names from the Bible—both from the Old and New Testament. You will find unique and modern-sounding names, as well as the traditional names of the prophets and disciples.
Parents think long and hard about finding a good name for their baby whether it is their first baby or not. Names that have been popular in years past are not being used this year.
If you are looking for baby names that can't be shortened, then here is the list for you. You'll find over 275 boy and girl names. Included are biblical ones, famous people, fictional characters, and the most popular ones from 2017, in addition to a list of almost every name you can think of.
Whether you are Christian or Jewish, or you're just looking for some unique and meaningful names, the Bible contains a treasure trove of names with rich historical and religious significance.
Classic, old-fashioned names like "Rudy," "Walt," "Felix," and "Silas" are more popular than ever. This is a terrific list of old-fashioned baby boy names, the majority of which are in style.
Looking for a list of lovely names for your baby girl? From literary heroines to Spanish princesses, this list offers plenty of inspiration to help you find a beautiful name for your daughter.
These charming names for winter-born babies may inspire you in your quest for a name. Here you will find boys, girls, and gender-neutral names inspired by the holidays, such as Christmas, the appreciation for winter weather, and nature.
As long as parents have been naming their children, they have been drawn to names inspired by colors. Here is a list of over 100 names for girls and boys inspired by every color of the rainbow.
From Arya to Ygritte, George R.R. Martin's popular "A Song of Ice and Fire" books and the "Game of Thrones" TV show are a gold mine of unique and beautiful baby names for girls.
Plenty of children are born in the colder months of the year, so why not choose a name for them inspired by that cold?
What did parents name their children during the Great Depression? Here are the 10 most popular baby names for boys and girls in the 1930s.
You may have a little one on the way, but with all of the planning, prepping, doctor's appointments, and running to the bathroom it can be hard to find time to decide what baby name to choose. Here's an A-Z list of whimsical names for your baby girl.
From classic names like Charlotte, Eugene, and Georgia to trendier choices like Lincoln, Brooklyn, and Holland, geographical baby names have something to offer every parent.
The following list of names are what I personally wouldn't be caught dead giving my little gem in the sun, but everyone has a preference, so choose at your own risk.
Victorian and Edwardian baby boy names that were once popular and in the top 100 and are now rare and not even in the top 1000 names in the USA. A lot of these names were popular due to US presidents and celebrities of the time.
Are you looking for a special middle name for your baby boy? Would you like a middle name that stands out or is memorable? Look no further. Here are 250 brilliant middle names to choose from for your beautiful baby.
Are you looking for a perfect flower name for your beautiful baby girl? Look no further. Here's a list of 150 beautiful, unique, common, and uncommon names for your baby girl.
These precious autumn-inspired baby names help parents find a name for their new addition. These names remind us of nature, colors, Thanksgiving, and harvest during the fall. Help give your baby a strong self-concept with a name inspired from this season.
Parents expecting a baby in November can look to the month itself for plenty of inspiration. November is the birth month of many famous people and is tied to a number of beloved holidays as well.
The New Year is a wonderful time to welcome a new baby. Be sure to give him or her a name that reflects the joy and hope the season brings.
A month associated with the mirth and merriment of St. Patrick's Day, March is a wonderful inspiration for baby names associated with Ireland, the sign of Pisces, and numerous famous people and holidays.