Some place names owe their popularity to the epically beautiful places they reference: Kenya, for instance, and Venice. And then there are those names that are much more attractive than the places they represent: We’re thinking of Trenton, Camden, Detroit.
Several celebrities have helped make the place name fashion more, well, fashionable. Just last year, Reese Witherspoon had a son named Tennessee, while JemimaKirke named her boy Memphis.
Our question this week: Would you use a place name for your child? Have you used one? In the first place, or only as a middle?