Category: sibling baby names

By Linda Rosenkrantz

A particularly international list of babyberry arrivals this month, including such names as Etain, Iseult, Mairead, Pérola, and Evadne in first place and, as middles, Gearóidín, Kallista, Emilia and Yehuda.

Two pairs of all-girl twins:

Etain Theresa and Iseult Eileen and

Evadne Lily and Margot Iris

Plus two Margots and a Margo!

The complete list:

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British Baby Names: Brilliant Sibsets

British baby names

by Pamela Redmond Satran

British birth announcement time is a little like Christmas here at Nameberry, with an array of baby names waiting to be examined and admired.

Today our focus is on sibling names. The baby names here from recent birth announcements in the London Telegraph are notable not just for their own wonderfulness, but for how well they go with the names of their brothers and sisters.

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By Linda Rosenkrantz

Yes, four—count ‘em, four!—sets of twinberries born in the short month of February! There were two beautifully named girl pairs and two girl/boys:

Eloise Briar and Harriet Marvel

Tess Evangeline and Lila Skye

Mariah Calypso and Paz Efraim

Nora Elizabeth and Everett William

The one name chosen twice is the growing in popularity Eloise.

Also of note, some outstanding middles (in addition to those mentioned above)—Breeze, Clover and Matisse—all for girls.

Here’s the complete list, with their often compelling backstories.

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Name Sage: Baby Names for Another Boy

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Becky writes:

My husband and I are expecting our third baby. We have a son, Jackson Owen, and daughter, Scarlett Olivia, and will have our final child this spring, another boy.

My husband loves Barrett, I just don’t. It sounds odd to me, and as my children point out rhymes with carrot, ferret, parrot …

I’ve suggested Logan and Wyatt, eventually swaying my husband to go along with one of them but then second-guessing myself. Will it be too popular? Sound strange as an adult? Does it sound strange with the only middle name we can agree on? (It’s Odin – my husband wants to continue the “O” middle pattern.)

I think I’m the problem. I just can’t find a name and stick to it! Help, please.

The Name Sage responds:

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Jackie writes:

We’re expecting baby #4 in early Februaryit’s a girl! – and are totally stuck on a name.

We already have three children: Eleanor Casey, called Ellie, and then twins, Tessa Lillian and Drew Morris, named for my great-grandparents, Lillian and Morris.

This time around my husband and I are having a hard time agreeing on anything!

Here are the names we’re considering, but not totally sold on:

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