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Halloween Baby Names

Halloween baby names reference the holiday and all things spooky. Would you really want to choose one of these baby names for a child born on or near Halloween? Debatable. But those who are into celebrating the holiday may want to adopt their own Halloween name from this collection of names of ghostly or witchy people, characters, and things.
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  • Rosemary

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    One of the original smoosh names, this amalgam of two classics projects a sweet, somewhat old-fashioned sensibility; it could come back as an aromatic nature/herb name. In ancient legend, Rosemary... Read More 

  • Sabrina

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    Sabrina, the bewitchingly radiant name of a legendary Celtic goddess, is best known as the heroine of the eponymous film, originally played by Audrey Hepburn, and later as a teenage TV witch; it wo... Read More 

  • Salem

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    Salem is a biblical place name in Canaan, as well as that Massachusetts town with its witch-trial associations. But it does have a peaceful meaning and pleasing sound.  Read More 

  • Samantha

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    Samantha, a long-popular feminization of Samuel, though still in the Top 30, is finally beginning to fade after years of widespread use, though still a lovely name. The popularity of Samantha was ... Read More 

  • Storm

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    Windswept and dramatic, but perhaps asking for trouble.  Read More 

  • Tabitha

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    Though never as popular as the name of her Bewitched mother, Samantha, Tabitha has its own quirky, magical charm. The name of a charitable woman who was restored to life by Saint Peter in the Bible... Read More 

  • Treat

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    One of the magical words of childhood (and beyond), and associated with actor Treat (born Richard) Williams, whose nickname came from ancestor Robert Treat Williams, a signer of the Declaration of ... Read More 

  • Trixie

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    A sassy, spunky name for the bold parent who doesn't remember Mrs. Ed Norton on The Honeymooners . It was chosen by Damon Wayans for his daughter. Trixie Belden is the thirteen-year-old heroine of ... Read More 

  • Wednesday

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    Name made famous by the macabre character Wednesday -- middle name: Friday -- Addams is taken from the name of the day dedicated to the Anglo-Saxon god Woden, who relates to Mercury. Cartoonist au... Read More 

  • Wendy

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    Wendy was invented by Sir James Barrie in 1904 for the big sister charater in his play Peter Pan; he supposedly took it from the nickname Fwendy-Wendy that he was called by a young girl acquaintanc... Read More 

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