November Starbabies: Baby Names A to Z

By CaraMichelle

Some of the most interesting names for November babies born to celebrities  included Xalia, a sister of Xascha and Xanthe, two girls and a boy with the middle name Monroe, alternate spellings Avri (Robert Downing, Jr.) and Kinzee (James Durbin), a 3-H sibling set (Bill Hader), a musical throwback name (Isley), two old-timey nickname names (Gus and Billy), and a highly aspirational name (Kelly Rowland‘s Titan).

Here’s the full list.

Margot and Xalia, sisters of Hendrix (m), Phoenix (f), Xascha, and Xanthe (Madeleine West and Shannon Bennett)

Aaliyah (Jack Wighton and Monisha Lew Fatt)
Avri Roel, sister of Exton and Indio (Robert, Jr. and Susan Downey)
Berkeley Brynn (Lance Gross and Rebecca Jefferson)
Charlotte, sister of Ella (Wayne Carey and Stephanie Edwards)
Eugenia Emma, sister of Eugene, Jr. and T.Y. Maurice (Eugene “T.Y.” and Shantrell Hilton)
Hadley Grace, sister of CJ, Cooper, and Landry (f) (Jason and Michelle Witten)
Hayley, sister of Hannah and Harper (Bill Hader and Maggie Carey)
Isabella Monroe (Tila Tequila)
Kinzee Cruz, sister of Hunter (James and Heidi Durbin)
Lilian Janine, sister of Leon (Wagner Fiuza-Carrilho and Lydia Longville)
Marlowe Monroe, sister of Gray (f) (Jenna von Oy and Brad Bratcher)
Nadia Belle (Darius Miller and Brynne Carolyn)
Victoria Isabella, sister of Daniel (Danny and Leyicet Gokey)
Zahlia, sister of Mia (Dean and Natasha Whare)

Albert (Jennie McAlpine and Chris Farr)
Aman Tyler (Tyler Perry and Gelila Bekele)
Billy, brother of Sadie (Brian O’Driscoll and Amy Huberman)
Gus Monroe Deveraux, brother of Jackson, Violet, Haley, and Braydon (Poppy Montgomery and Shawn Sanfdord)
Isley Ray, brother of Miles (Glenn Howerton and Hill Latiano)
John Nash (Wes Chatham and Jenn Brown)
Konrad, brother of Keller (m) and Malina (Scott Foley and Marika Dominczyk)
Lazer Lee Louis, brother of Lockett (m) (Diplo and Kathryn Lockhart)
Mason Nate (Jess Sinclair and Chantelle Delaney)
Roman Scott, brother of Stirling and Maverick (Lydia and Doug McLaughlin)
Sebastian (LinManuel Miranda and Vanessa Nadal-Miranda)
Titan Jewell (Kelly Rowland and Tim Witherspoon)

Who do you think made the best choices?

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8 Responses to “November Starbabies: Baby Names A to Z”

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augusta_lee Says:

December 9th, 2014 at 2:06 am

The Good:
Avri (not crazy about the middle, though)
Lilian Janine, sister of Leon
Nadia Belle (beautiful!)
Aman Tyler (love!)
Isley Ray (LOVE this)
John Nash
Roman Scott

The Bad:
Titan Jewell (Titan is a boy’s name, and one with a rather unfortunate phonetic kinship with the word “tighten”)
Mason Nate (yawn)
Isabella Monroe (five seconds later, it’s already dated)
Margot, Xalia, Hendrix, Phoenix, Xascha, and Xanthe (some nice individual names, but this sibset is a MESS)
Gus Monroe Deveraux (Gus is cute, but Monroe is overused and rhymes with Deveraux)

The Ugly:
Lazer Lee Louis, brother of Lockett
Marlowe Monroe (I prefer Marlowe on a boy, but Marlowe Monroe?! Rhyming AND alliterative…dreadful)
Kinzee Cruz
Hayley, sister of Hannah and Harper (poor girls)
Eugenia, Eugene, Jr., and T.Y. Maurice (narcissistic naming at its worst)

natasha8 Says:

December 9th, 2014 at 2:47 am

I’m still processing the best choice but the worst choice by far is not even Lazer Lee Louis Lockhart, it’s his poor brother, Lockett Lockhart.

A friend of mine whose last name was McDonnell had a dog named MacDougal. I thought MacDougal McDonnell was really cute for a dog, a child not so much. These are cartoon character names.

Egbertine Says:

December 9th, 2014 at 11:26 am

Poor Margot is going to feel left out being the only child without an x in her name.

Binz Says:

December 9th, 2014 at 10:12 pm

I saw someone mention that Avri Roel reminds them of the rural juror (google this and fall in love with 30 rock), and it’s so true, so i can’t take the name seriously.

Also, I LOVE the name Roman, but does it go with Stirling and Maverick?

Binz Says:

December 9th, 2014 at 10:56 pm

@augusta_lee Well, Marlowe is really popular for girls right now. I really like it, and I’ve only ever seen girls named Marlowe, so it’s not like she’s naming her daughter John or Adam.

lesliemarion Says:

December 10th, 2014 at 12:59 am

This whole thing creeps me out. Celebrities seem to have no taste whatsoever in naming their children and the picture of the infant with the tacky sunglasses and head ornament turns my stomach. It’s all Hollywood tripe.

csd267 Says:

December 10th, 2014 at 7:22 pm

Poor Margot will stick out like a sore thumb on that Christmas card!

denmama9 Says:

December 11th, 2014 at 12:22 pm

Binz, if you think of the three names as ‘aspirational’ or ‘descriptive’ instead of looking at origin, I think they can go together. All three, to me, seem to evoke images or feelings of manliness and leadership. These names are definitely in line with traditional ‘boy’ names: emperors, business leaders, and independent cowboys. Maybe not very poetic descriptions, but there’s definitely a theme there.

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