While the sweetly old-fashioned June (June Cleaver, anyone?) was mega-popular in the 1920s, it’s fallen out of vogue as a first name since then. However, it is making a comeback as a very popular middle name. Perfect for a summer baby, or an anytime baby, June refers to not only the month typically known as the bridal month, but to a Roman goddess, Juno, who was the protectress of women and marriage.
- Latin: Young
Actress June Allyson, Musician June Carter Cash, TV Mom June Cleaver