Category: baby name Leif
By Tara Ryazansky
The men hoping to compete for the US Olympic Team have names that are just as winning as the women.’s I put together a list of some boy names that might win over new parents in 2014.
Leif– As in Biathlon team member, Leif Nordgren. This name has a strong Scandinavian vibe, but feels usable here in the US because of its well known connections to Leif Erikson and Leif Garrett. I think it’s a great choice, but I must admit, I am guilty of the mispronunciation “Leaf“. Its authentic pronunciation is more like “Layf”.
Stokes- Stokes Aitken of the US bobsled skeleton federation has a compelling name. This very unusual choice could be inspired by any of the counties and towns across America called Stokes. It is a fairly common English surname with variants that date back to the Middle Ages.
Are you watching The League? The FX comedy is about a group of friends who form a fantasy football league. Draft picks matter, in real sports as well as those played only on paper, and so the fourth season opened with a quandary. Dad-to-be Kevin had traded naming rights for his newborn son in exchange for a better draft pick. The new baby arrived, and Kevin’s buddy named the bouncing baby boy … wait for it …