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Surname baby names have been growing in popularity for boys and girls too over the past few decades. Now, anything goes, so look for a long-lost surname in your family or even search the phone book for something you love. Or look through this list for more unusual surname baby names.
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  • Jensen

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    The number one surname in Denmark could make a sophisticated and stylish girl's name.  Read More 

  • Jones

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    Quintessentially common last name makes distinctive first.  Read More 

  • Keagan

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    An increasingly popular spelling of the energetic and bouncy Irish family name.  Read More 

  • Kennedy

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    Attractive surname name still projects that Kennedy family charisma.  Read More 

  • Kenyon

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    Kenyon is a very engaging British surname name, the middle y giving it a kind of southwestern canyonesque undertone. Though Kenyon appears in English records as far back as the fourteenth century ... Read More 

  • Kiernan

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    Although this surname name is closely related to the more common Irish name Kieran, Kiernan is also a well used family name, tied to thirty-three ancient chieftains. It has on a few occasions been ... Read More 

  • Lander

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    Possibility in the Landon vein.  Read More 

  • Langdon

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    Classy-sounding surname name usually bypassed in favor of the simpler Landon.  Read More 

  • Lawson

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    Appealing way, à la Dawson, to honor an ancestral Lawrence.  Read More 

  • Lennon

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    A growing number of high-profile (and other) parents are choosing to honor their musical idols, such as Hendrix, Presley, Jagger, and now Lennon. Lennon first came to notice when Liam Gallagher and... Read More 

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