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Zodiac Baby Names: Leo the lion

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Zodiac names Leo

By E. Wittig

The fiery lion closes in overhead as the Western Zodiac moves from Cancer to Leo. Lions are charismatic, self-assured, fun, and adventurous people who don’t like to be bored or end up in second place. The sign spans from July 23rd to August 22nd and is symbolized by fire, the sun, and the colors gold, red, and yellow. Here are some perfect names for your Leo baby.

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The Hottest Baby Names This Summer

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By Pamela Redmond Satran

Which baby names are hottest right now? We compared views of our name pages for the first month of summer 2016 with the same period last year in search of the names that had made the most dramatic leaps. We only considered names that had received at least 100 views and calculated the percentage jump over last year. The results: Ten surprising girls’ names and ten for boys strongly influenced by pop culture.

The 20 hottest baby names of summer 2016 are:

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Sun-drenched Summer Baby Names

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Summer solstice. Long sunny days. The perfect inspiration for a cheerful, sun-drenched name for your summertime babe. These range from names that literally mean sun, like the French Soleil, to ancient sun gods from various cultures.

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Notable Names of June

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By Meagan, Tulip By Any Name

June is bustin’ out all over! June brings us warm weather and cool baby names. Here are some great names to consider as we transition from spring into summer!

Juno – The month of June gets its name from Juno, an ancient Roman goddess. Juno is a Latin name meaning queen of the heavens. Not only does June’s weather make it a popular season for weddings, but Juno is also the goddess of marriage. The quirky 2007 film, Juno may have made this a household name, though only 49 girls were given it in the United States last year.

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By: Denise K. Potter

To the Western world and Northern Hemisphere, July marks the beginning of sunny beach vacations, shady afternoon barbeques and sweltering hot temperatures. To name nerds all over the world, it brings a fresh batch of names inspired by history. In addition to Independence Day fireworks and parades, we have a diamond tycoon’s birthday, a Continental Congress resolution and the anniversary of several record-breaking explorations to celebrate.

Cecil Cecil J. Rhodes, a British businessman, mining tycoon, and South African politician, was said to have controlled about 90 percent of the world’s diamond production in the nineteenth century. Now his surname is most commonly recognized for the Rhodes Scholarship, which allows select foreign students to study at the University of Oxford. Though Cecil has lost much of its potency over the years, it still maintains a strong presence in the sports and jazz worlds and retains references to American filmmaker Cecil B. DeMille.

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