Names for Autumn Babies

For those expecting a fall baby, there are a flurry of colorful autumn-inspired choices. Here are some of the most inspired picks for autumn baby names:
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  • Jora

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    Unique possibility for a girl born between September and November.  Read More 

  • Juniper

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    Juniper is a fresh-feeling nature name — it's a small evergreen shrub — with lots of energy. A new favorite of fashionable parents, Juniper joins such other tree and shrub names as Hazel, Acacia, a... Read More 

  • Keziah

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    Keziah, also spelled Kezia, is an Old Testament name — she was one of the three daughters of Job, about whom it was said that there were no women all the land who were so fair as Job's daughters — ... Read More 

  • Kiona

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    A New World alternative to Fiona.  Read More 

  • Laurel

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    Laurel takes Laura back to its meaning in nature, resulting in a gentle, botanical option. It was on the rise in 2013, reaching the Top 900, and is likely to continue to climb. And even more direct... Read More 

  • Leaf

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    The nature boy version of the Norwegian. In the creative-naming Phoenix family, Leaf is the former name of the actor we know as Joaquin. Read More 

  • Libra

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    Appropriate for a girl born between late September and late October, Libra suggests both balance and freedom.  Read More 

  • Linden

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    The graceful, natural image of the verdant shade tree transcends any connection with President Johnson. A sturdy tree that can live for centuries, Linden was actually quite a popular boys' name fr... Read More 

  • Maple

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    If Apple and Juniper, Oak and Pine can be baby names, why not Maple? Why not indeed. We've heard Maple starting to be used quietly, but with its lush sound and attractive image, we predict its use ... Read More 

  • Marigold

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    Marigold, once found almost exclusively in English novels and aristocratic nurseries, is beginning to be talked about and considered here; it does have a sunny, golden feel. The marigold was the sy... Read More 

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