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Rock Star Baby Names

These rock and roll baby names are sure to bring out the star in your little one. Inspired by the rockers themselves, or the subjects of their songs (Jude, Layla, and Roxanne for instance), these names are the most edgy, interesting, or relevant of the rock star choices.
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  • Rosalie

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    Rosalie hit its apex in 1938 and then slid straight downhill until it fell off the U.S. Top 1000 completely in the 1980's, only to spring back to life in 2009 as the name of a character in the Twil... Read More 

  • Rosanna

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    Still associated by many with the Rosanne Rosanna-Danna character on the early Saturday Night Live. Rose lovers would do better with Rosemary, Rosamund, or even Rose itself. Read More 

  • 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 

  • Roxanne

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    Has a touch of the exotic from its Eastern origins, best known as the beautiful heroine to whom Cyrano de Bergerac says, "Your name is like a golden bell". After peaking in 1954, the name dipped ... Read More 

  • Sadie

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    Sadie started as a nickname for Sarah, but their images couldn't be more disparate. Where Sarah is serious and sweet, Sadie is full of sass and spunk. Sadie is a new entrant to the Top 100, leapi... Read More 

  • Santana

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    Santana is a saintly name...or Latin rock band. Santina might work better.  Read More 

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  • Spring

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    Spring doesn't sound half as contemporary as Winter, which has become the cool season name.  Read More 

  • Van

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    Whether it's used as a short form or on its own, this jazzy midcentury name is poised for a comeback along with brothers Ray and Walt. More often heard as a surname suffix (e.g. Vincent Van Gogh, ... Read More 

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