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Blizzard of 2016: Snowy baby names

Snowy baby names

The blizzard that blanketed much of the US mid-Atlantic area in snow last weekend caused shuttered schools and businesses, buried cars and other massive disruptions for 80 million people. But with all that chaos, TV screens and the Internet were filled with picturesque wintry scenes and skiers gliding down Fifth Avenue. Snow still has a magical quality for the child in all of us, one that is celebrated in baby names across countless cultures. (by Linda Rosenkrantz)

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Hottest Baby Names 2016

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by Pamela Redmond Satran

What are the hottest baby names for the year ahead?

To find out, we looked at which names have attracted the most unique views of a total of more than six million visits to our name pages in the past 30 days.

Then we tracked which of those top names had increased 50 percent or more over the same period last year.

The result: A group of 50 baby names we see as the very hottest right now.  These names might not be showing up on international popularity lists quite yet. But the current spike in interest is sure to translate to much wider adoption in the months and years ahead.

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Swedish Baby Names: Elsa tops the list

Swedish baby names

By Linda Rosenkrantz

The list of Top 100 names in Sweden has just been released and it provides an interesting smorgasbord of food for thought, with a blend of internationally used names, Swedish names we’re already familiar with and others that are new to us but definitely exportable.

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Zodiac Names: Age of Aquarius

Aquarius names

By E. Wittig

Aquarius, the water bearer, is the eleventh sign of the western zodiac and a distant constellation in the night sky. People born between late January and late February are given this sign, one of three represented by the element air. They are said to be intelligent, generous, unconventional, and independent individuals. Find some names below suitable for your little water bearer.

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Ten Lilting Hawaiian Names for Girls

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By Sophie Kihm

With our current love for lyrical, liquid names, it’s no wonder that Hawaiian names like Leilani, Malia, and Kai are popping up all over the mainland. Hawaiian names have a uniquely gorgeous melodic quality almost unmatched by any other culture. The following names possess that lovely rhythmicality, have rarely been heard outside their native culture.

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