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.
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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.
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The story of the old nicknames Buddy and Sonny–Anna Otto shows how these two generic nickname names from the past are popping up again.
Many parents seek a name that will work well in several cultures: Anna Otto tells you which names are most popular in the most countries. You can’t go wrong with Ella or Alexander.
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