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Water Baby Names

Nature baby names are hot in general; water names are cool and refreshing.
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  • Po

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    A river (in Italy), a writer (Bronson), a Teletubby: the Bo of the new millennium.  Read More 

  • Rain

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    Among a small shower of rain-related names, this pure version can have a cool, refreshing image. Richard Pryor named his now-grown daughter Rain, and Rain is also one of the nature-named Phoenix ... Read More 

  • Rainey

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    Has an old-time country feeling, perhaps due to Ma Rainey, considered the "Mother of the Blues". Andie MacDowell has a now grown daughter named Rainie. Read More 

  • Rialta

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    Unique choice, with a pleasant antique feel.  Read More 

  • Rio

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    Rio is a reductive ranchero place-name with an attractive Tex-Mex lilt. No Doubt's Tom Dumont has a son named Rio Atticus. Also a South American place name, and associated with the Rio Grande, i... Read More 

  • River

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    River shares the tranquil feeling of all the water names, and seems to have pretty much escaped its past strong association with River Phoenix and his unfortunate fate. Keri Russell and the Taylor ... Read More 

  • Tahoe

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    A unique natural-wonder option, conjuring up the beauty of the lake between California and Nevada that has become a popular tourist destination.  Read More 

  • Thames

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    This name of London's famous river (it's pronounced tehms) might be an evocative if confusing choice for a non-British child. Read More 

  • Wade

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    Grandpa of newer names like Cade and Slade.  Read More 

  • Zambezi

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    Parents in search of a more exotic river name might turn to this zesty African choice. Read More 

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