For various reasons, German baby names have long been neglected in the US–maybe it’s time to give them a fresh look.
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Here Aussie name expert Anna Otto presents the rising name stars in her country, also comparing them to those in the US and UK.
Anna Otto continues her exploration of interesting rare names from the 1940s– this time looking at the boys– all from her unique Australian point of view.
Though this is written from an Australian point of view, Anna Otto has pinpointed a group of rare and interesting girls’ names from the 1940s, that are worth considering in other locales as well.
If the next British royal babe is a girl, what will she be named? Anna Otto runs down the seven most likely possibilities–and gives the reasons why.
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