Category: Historic Names
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, a celebration which spans from September 15th to October 15th of all Hispanic/Latino peoples and the contributions they’ve made to the United States, I’ve put together a short list of some of the most influential Hispanic men and women who broke barriers and became inspirations to all.
While this list is far from exhaustive, it’s a solid start that may give you some inspirational and classic baby name ideas for your next child.
Now that September is here, school is back in session and a hint of autumn is in the air, so let’s look at some notable September birthdays and historic events for name inspiration. From a Nobel Peace Prize winner, to the first baby born in the White House, September delivers some wonderful names!
By Abby Sandel
What defines the 1980s?
There’s breakdancing and the Rubik’s Cube, legwarmers and Pac-Man, Prince William instead of Prince George. But how about the names?
But rewind that VCR in your head to the names of movie characters, popular singers and actors, and more. A surprising number of those names have become among the most stylish choices for boys born today.
My love for Arthurian myth is a strong one. I love the knights, the quests, the magic, and of course, the names. Arthurian myth features some of the most unusual names out there, from the knight Sagramore to Guinevere‘s half-sister Guinevak (originally the complicated Gwenhwyvach), but we never really hear much beyond Arthur and Merlin. Well today I will be shedding some light on the more unusual characters – and names – of the myths.