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The 12 Coolest Crayola Color Names

crayola color names

By Linda Rosenkrantz

Most of us have memories of hours spent coloring with crayons, long before it became an adult fad. Not only were we mesmerized by the dazzling array of varied hues, but we were also introduced to some exotic color names. Now some of them have found their way onto birth certificates, in this new anything-goes baby name world.

The first Crayolas debuted in 1903, with eight basic colors—red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, brown and black—all for the price of a nickel. By 1949, the number had increased to 48, and by 1958, there were 64 colors in the “stadium seating” box. And the names became more and more varied and fanciful (Purple Pizzazz, Atomic Tangerine, Inchworm), eventually reaching a total of 120 colors, though 50 would be retired..

Here are 12 Crayola colors that could work for your baby.

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Zodiac baby names

By E. Wittig

The last autumn sign of the Western Zodiac is Sagittarius, the archer. Drawn in the stars as a centaur wielding a bow, the archer stands for adventure, independence, and honesty. Those born from November 22nd to December 21st are graced with the sign of the archer.

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Romantic Girl Names

Romantic girl  names

By Abby Sandel

Love your girl names romantic, flowery, and with syllables to spare? Even as parents embrace boy names for their daughters, and put mini names like Ava and Mia in the US Top Ten, other families are going the opposite direction.

Favorites like Isabella and Olivia have led the way.

Now Kevin and Danielle Jonas gave us a great example of elaborate, even frilly names with their choice for their new arrival. Congratulations to the family on the birth of daughter Valentina Angelina, a sister for Alena Rose.

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Vampire baby names

Just in time for Halloween, how about baby naming inspiration straight out of Transylvania? Fictional vampires number in the thousands, from old school horror movies to modern day romances. Their names tend to marry a certain glamorous, even exotic vibe with a surprisingly accessible style. After all, if you’re going to keep just one name for centuries, it’s got to be great.

Here are a dozen of the best vampire-inspired baby names for your new addition. By Abby Sandel

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Disney Villain Names

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Disney villains

By Emily Cardoza, Nothing Like a Name

Halloween is coming up, and that means costumes! If you’re thinking about being one of these scary Disney villains for the holiday, check out their names!

Gaston

Our first villain has arguably the best name-oriented song in Disney history: he uses antlers in all of his decorating! He eats five dozen eggs a morning! Ev’ryone’s favorite guy! From the French for “foreigner,” Gaston has been recorded in US name logs since 1881. While the film didn’t show Gaston in a very positive light, the name stats weren’t changed much by the release of Beauty and the Beast in 1991. Twenty-seven boys were named Gaston last year .

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