If You Like Melissa, You Might Love...
Most parents today think of Melissa as one of the fashionable names during their childhoods. But there are still plenty of little Melissas around--it is currently at Number 253-- and Melissa is... Read More
An offbeat possible replacement for the overused Melissa and Marisa, Nerissa was used by Shakespeare for Portia's witty confidante in The Merchant of Venice. Queen Elizabeth has a cousin... Read More
Selena is smooth, shiny, and sensual, a nineteenth-century name that found new life in the Latino community, following the biopic of slain Tejano singer Selena Quintanilla, starring Jennifer... Read More