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gem names for boys

By Meagan at Tulipbyanyname

Outside of the baby name world I enjoy jewelry design.  I love gemstones in jewelry and as names.  Ruby, Pearl, Emerald… there are so many lovely jewel names for girls that gemstone names for boys are often overlooked. Today let’s check out some gemstone names for the fellas!

JasperJasper is one of the most recognizable and used gemstone names for boys. A variety of quartz, Jasper is a spotted stone that comes in a wide array of colors.  A Persian name, meaning “treasurer,” Jasper is a name on the rise, reintroduced in the Twilight trilogy.  Jasper is currently #248 in the U.S.; it hasn’t been this popular since 1914.

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space baby names

By Laura Miller Brennan

Are you a physics whiz who daydreams of soaring through Earth’s atmosphere?  Did you meet your spouse at a screening of Black Sky: The Race for Space?  Have you ever parked on the shoulder of a freeway to watch a shuttle landing?  If so, your youngster may need an aerospace name.  Here are a few uplifting options that are more accessible than Moon Unit.

Girls:

Valentina Tereshkova:  She was the very first woman in orbit, floating aboard the Soviet capsule Vostok 6 in 1963.  Salma Hayek’s daughter has helped to re-launch this euphonious name, which is from the Latin Valens for “healthy, vigorous, strong.”

Camille Wardrop Alleyne:  Born in Trinidad, she worked as an aerospace engineer for the U.S. Department of Defense before rising to Assistant Program Scientist for the International Space Station (ISS) at NASA.  The elegant Camille has the added bonus of a trendy nickname—Milla.   See also: fellow NASA leader Ginger Kerrick, who has served as Flight Director of 13 ISS missions.

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