The much anticipated 2012 England-Wales popularity list is here, topped by Amelia and Harry–and here’s our trusty UK correspondent, British Baby Names’ Eleanor Nickerson’s instant analysis.
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British naming expert Eleanor Nickerson travels back in history to the Tudor Period to unearth some interesting names today, from those still in use (Avery, Griffin), to others likely to remain as dusty relics (Frideswide).
In this fascinating blog, Eleanor Nickerson of britishbabynames.com, following up on yesterday’s royal boy post, analyzes just about every realistic possibility for the new royal princess’s name, from Alexandra to Alice to Amelia.
Our go-to expert on British names, Eleanor Nickerson of the blog British Baby Names, gives us an enlightened and realistic assessment of the possible names if the royal baby is a boy. Princess possibilities will be next on the agenda.
Eleanor Nickerson of British Baby Names unearths the secret meanings of a wide variety of flower names. Did you know that Ivy means friendship?
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