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Golden Globe winning names

By Meagan Burke at TulipByAnyName

The 73rd Annual Golden Globes were held on Sunday, January 10th and the big winners had some great names! Let’s celebrate their wins by examining those names.

WINNERS IN FILM

Best Actor in a DramaLeonardo DiCaprio, The Revenant

Leonardo is handsome Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish form of Leonard. There’s a lot to love about this name with its smooth “o” ending.: Leonardo has the majestic meaning of “brave lion,” and comes with the lovable nickname Leo. Current ranking is Number 114.

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Theatrical Baby Names

Theatrical names

Are you a theater-lover? If so, you might want to think about adding a little drama to your baby name search by considering the names of some great playwrights—with particularly great names? Here are a dozen mostly firsts, plus a few surnames, worth looking at. By Linda Rosenkrantz

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By Linda Rosenkrantz

Whenever there’s a list of award show nominees announced, we like to make our own picks—but not for performances or achievements, no–for the best named candidates.  There are far fewer categories on the Golden Globes slate than there are for, say, the Academy Awards, where there are tons of technical nominees…but there are enough for us to make the following picks.

GIRLS

EDIEEdie Falco, the former Carmela Soprano, is nominated for Best Actress in a TV Series, Comedy, as Nurse Jackie. One of the nickname names that has long stood on its own, Edie is now in the Top 250 in the UK; British actress Samantha Morton chose it for her daughter.

GRETAGreta Gerwig, nominated as Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy for her leading role in Frances Ha. Almost a one-person name in the Garbo era, Greta is back in the public domain, seen on Mad Men and picked by Kevin Kline and David Caruso for their daughters.

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britflorence

Eleanor Nickerson, of the wonderful blog British Baby Names, offers her predictions of the names that will succeed today’s trendiest in England and Wales.

The Next Olivia

Olivia was the supreme queen of girls’ names in 2008, 2009 and 2010 in England and Wales, and was only marginally beaten by Amelia to the number 1 spot in 2011. It entered the Top 100 for the first time in the late 1980s, and has been in the Top 10 since 1999. Further down the ranks, Eliza stands at #62.  Like Olivia before, Eliza has not ranked in the Top 100 for a century, but is now steadily rising.

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