A green name would offer some glorious gifts to a child, especially appropriate for one born in the Spring
is the most prevalent color in nature, signifying growth, renewal and the environment–while on the crasser side, green also represents money and prosperity. To choose a green name, you could consider names with green in their meaning, such as Chloe
(“green shoot”), but here’s a more direct route: pick the name of an actual shade of green, of which there are lots of good name possibilities.
Apple is one starbaby name—as in Gwyneth Paltrow’s Apple Blythe Allison Martin--that hasn’t caught on, while other fruit names like Clementine and Plum have been perceived as fresh and wholesome and baby-ready. But has Apple gotten a bad rap that will find some latter day redemption?
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