The name of a favorite female author can make a meaningful inspiration for your daughter’s name. And you’ll notice that a surprising number of these writers –five out of twelve–went by their more distinctive middle names—so that might inspire you to put special focus on her second name if you have literary aspirations for your baby girl.
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The surname of the most famous trio of sisters in literary history—Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë—was originally spelled Brunty before it was changed by their father, Patrick. Initially spotted as a first name in the 1990 film 'Green Card', Brontë began to be picked up for their daughters by parents who liked its appealing sound and literary cred.
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