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By E. Wittig

Aries baby names are a fiery bunch.  In a few days, we will be under in sign of the ram. Aries runs from March 21st to April 20th. Along with Leo and Sagittarius, Aries is a fire sign, represented by lively, passionate leaders and the color red. These and other Arien elements offer a wide array of suggestions for little rams.

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Unique Baby Names: GAL and Guy Names

By Victoria L.

Unusual and unique baby names come in many forms, from under-the-radar vintage gems like Bathsheba and Barnabas to more unique choices like Uta and Uther. But today, I present a group of names that are both offbeat and familiar, unusual but not weird – truly the best of both worlds. Some of them date back to ancient times and others were created in the 20th century. What do they all have in common?

They all start with the syllable Gal.

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by Linda Rosenkrantz

Not only is March Women’s History Month, but today, March 8th,  is International Women’s Day.

So what better time than this to salute some of the women who are making history right now in the US political sphere?

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March Baby Names: Notable Namesakes

By Meagan BurkeTulipByAnyName

The Merry Month of March welcomes warmer weather and longer days as we head into spring. March is the celebration of Women’s History Month, Saint Patrick’s Day, and Middle Name Pride Day! All of these holidays can offer inspiration for March baby names, as can other properties of the month, like it’s birth flower, the daffodil, or birthstone, aquamarine. Famous figures connected to the month also provide great name choices for a March baby. Let’s spring into spring with this eclectic list of notable March events and birthdays.

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Welsh Names: Happy St. David’s Day!

by Aili Winstanley Channer

Dydd Gwyl Dewi hapus! Today is St. David’s Day, the feast of the patron saint of Wales, and a day of particular cultural importance for the Welsh nation. It’s when traditional costumes are worn, leeks and daffodils are wielded, and bara brith (“speckled bread”) is eaten. It’s also a time when the first spring flowers are budding, and so here is a selection of Welsh names inspired by the world of nature.

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