Do dads and moms approach picking a baby name differently? Definitely! In the past, men were more likely to opt for common baby names for both sexes, and they especially wanted a say in choosing their sons' names, favoring traditional and family names.
Everybody oohed and aahed over the stunning presenters, the glittering parties, and the glamorous dresses, but we want to put a spotlight on another creative category worthy of recognition: the names of the nominees and winners! Here are our picks.
Let's face it—as a rule, moms are more trendy and fashion-conscious, and this is as true with baby names as it is with clothes or décor. She is more likely to be influenced by celebrity choices, and more open to using nicknames. But what will Dad say?
If you want to name your baby with an eye toward future fiscal superstardom, stick with the classics. In "The Forbes 400: The Richest People in America," the overwhelming majority have names like... well, see for yourself.
If you'd like to add a melodious note to your child's name, you could use an actual musical term, like Lyric or Cadence or Piper. Or, if you're a classical buff, you might honor a composer or performer. See more tips for musical baby names.
Your baby's beauty knows no bounds, so why not pick a name that evokes sheer glamour as well? Whether you embrace the name of the goddesses of love, a historical heartbreaker, or a modern head-turner, you can’t go wrong with a beautiful baby name.
Looking back at the blockbuster movies of 2010, we see that it was a year filled with fantasy, thrillers, and sci-fi twists and turns. There were enough spies, heroes, and vampires to inspire movie buffs galore, which makes baby naming a real cliffhanger.
You don't have to be Irish—or Welsh, Scottish, or Breton—to appreciate these whimsical, courageous, and descriptive names of Celtic origin. We've researched some of the most popular Gaelic names now in use in the United States. Take a look...
In honor of women's history, we celebrate nine spectacularly talented women who computed, danced, stumped, stomped, and flew their way through history. From Ada to Zora, each name reflects confidence and wisdom.
Few holidays capture our collective fancy more vividly than Halloween. Shrouded in mystery and suspense, Halloween celebrates magic, mischief, and transformation. That's why we're double-daring you to take a peek at these Halloween-inspired names.
The most beautiful baby girl names often have several syllables, lots of vowels, a romantic, rhythmic flow, and sometimes a connection to a fabulous fictional heroine. If you've got a little lady on the way, you're going to love these pretty girl names
From desired traits to transcendent states, word names speak with immediacy and simplicity. You've heard of Apple and Pilot Inspektor. Now there are even more fascinating and surprising word names, as ranked by the Social Security Administration.
In the early cartoons, Disney characters had silly, alliterative names like Horace Horsefeather, and Clarabelle Cow. The first character name to actually catch on with parents was Bambi—a male deer that became a popular namesake for girls.
What are the hottest new baby names so far this year? Based on an analysis of over 23 million page views at Nameberry, we've gathered a surprising list of hot names, driven by unexpected celebrities...
Looking for a unique, unusual name for your baby boy or girl? Nameberry shares their list of 10 uncommon baby names—from biblical to Irish—that have been overlooked and are deserving of greater consideration.
Vintage names for boys run the gamut from the dashing to the obscure and plain. For parents looking for distinction and timeless appeal for their tiny fellows, these old-fashioned names offer stylish and unconventional stand-outs.
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