Category: Classic Baby Names
By K. M. Sheard, Nook of Names
Charles Dickens is probably the greatest of all nineteenth century novelists — and a contender for the greatest novelist of all time. His works also provide a mine of wonderful names. Here is a selection of those which have fabulous potential for a baby born two hundred years on…
Days of apple-picking and costume-creating approach as September gives way to cool, crisp October. Despite being the tenth month of the year in the modern day, October was, in fact, number eight when the Roman calendar was still used. Along with gorgeous gold and crimson leaves, October has an assortment of lovely names to offer. Interesting monikers of this month include vintage treasures like Theodore, classics like Arthur and Margaret, and a few surprises sure to intrigue any Berry.
By Linda Rosenkrantz
The surprise top name for boys in 2013 was the Old Testament Noah, followed by the not so surprisingly high-on-the-list Jacob, Ethan, Daniel, Benjamin, David, Joseph, Joshua and Samuel—in other words many of the same biblical boys’ names that have been recycled for eons.
I thought that today, in commemoration of the Jewish High Holy Days, we would shake things up a bit and look at some Bible names that aren’t even in the Top 1000, but might be worthy of some consideration