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by Sophie Kihm

Jupiter has given birth to lunar quintuplets!

That is, five new moons have been discovered on Jupiter and they are currently nameless. The Carnegie Institute and International Astronomical Union are holding a Twitter contest to name the moons. Each of the lunar names nominations must meet their criteria:

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by Eleanor Nickerson, British Baby Names

Racing ahead of the rest of the UK when it comes to timely releasing its data, this week, Scotland published its full list of Scottish baby names registered in 2018.

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The Top Baby Names of 2019….so far

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by Pamela Redmond

Nameberry’s list of top baby names 2019 is in for the first quarter of the year, with two surprising new names taking the lead.  

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Spring Baby Names: News of the week

By Clare Green

Our first spring baby names news report includes the latest stats from Scotland, a royal baby announcement (no, not that one), and babies named after doctors, nurses, soccer players, the Pope, and transformers.

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Girl Names: Tailored but Feminine

a Name Sage post by: Abby View all Name Sage posts

He says Mary. She says Halston. Where’s the middle ground between those two extremes? The Name Sage sets out to find a compromise for their daughter.

Taylor writes:

My husband and I are expecting a baby girl in mid-June. For boys, we agreed on names like Ronan and Finn, but when it comes to girl names, our styles are completely different.

He likes Abigail, Mary, and Hannah classic/popular names that I do not like at all. My favorites are Hunter and Halston, as I prefer unisex names for girls, and he strongly dislikes them.

Are there any choices that are a happy compromise?

The Name Sage replies:

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