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  • The International Variations of Catherine

    Variations of the classic baby names Catherine and Katherine are found around the world.

  • The Exoticizer

    Make your favorite baby names more international by exoticizing them. The examples here show how to put an exotic spin on classic baby names.

  • The International Variations of Stephen

    Stephen is one of the classic baby boy names widely used in the middle of the last century. Some variations you might want to consider instead:

  • The International Variations of Thomas

    Thomas is among the most classic baby boy names, with variations in several Western cultures.

  • The International Variations of William

    William may be both the most classic AND the most fashionable of boy names today. Here are some of its international variations.

  • The O Names

    Baby names that begin or end with the letter o have long been particularly cool, especially (though there are a few feminine selections) for boys. The options, of course, range far beyond those offered here, especially considering the entire world of Latinate baby names out there, but this group should give you a pretty good start.

  • There's Only One Oprah

    There are some celebrity names so singular that the celebrity in question barely needs a last name -- and often doesn't even use one. While a handful of these names start out as one-of-a-kind only to spawn a legion of little namesakes (case in point: Elvis), others remain indelibly linked to the personages who inspired them. Our picks for this distinctive group;

  • Three-Syllable Baby Names

    Three-syllable baby names strike the perfect balance for a short last name, but work perfectly fine with a one-syllable middle name and a two-syllable last name too. Here are some of the best three-syllable baby names.

  • Toddlers & Tiaras Baby Names

    The reality television show Toddlers & Tiaras chronicles the world of child beauty pageants. Along with a few yooneek spellings such as Brystol and Brittanie that don't appear in our database, the names of the girls, and a few boys, who've appeared on the show include these often glossy choices.

  • Too-Cool Baby Names

    Maybe you can't be too rich or too thin, but if you're a baby name, it just may be possible to be too cool. While the line of what constitutes a too-cool baby name seems to get redrawn every day, these choices will probably be on the wrong side of it for a long time to come:

  • Top Unisex Names On Nameberry

    These 35 names are the most popular unisex baby names on Nameberry, meaning names that are often used for both boys and girls. Many of them are relatively new names that don't have strong ties with either sex, though some started out as first names for one sex (usually male) and have since been adopted for the other sex as well. These names may be especially appealing to the growing portion of parents who wish to raise their children without reference to traditional gender norms. You can find more unisex names, and learn about the gender breakdown of each name over time, on our Unisex Names page .

  • Traditional Baby Names

    Traditional baby names, by our definition, are those that have been used consistently in English-speaking countries for centuries -- and are still in widespread use. Traditional baby names might not be the most exciting choices in the book, but they are the most reliable. Here are some of the top traditional baby names for both boys and girls.

  • Tree Baby Names

    Tree baby names are just one branch of the nature names growing in popularity, with many original choices, especially for boys.

  • TV Character Names

    The names of television characters, from the days of the Western and early soap operas, have always been influential, with life imitating the small screen and vice versa. Among the current inspirations for baby names:

  • TV Mom Names

    TV Mom names take their inspiration from the perfect (and sometimes highly imperfect) television mothers who typically vacuumed in heels and cooked their children hot lunches. Names that honor these paragons of domesticity range from Alice to Winnie, with detours to Peg and Roseanne.

  • Two-Syllable Baby Names

    Two syllable baby names sound best with surnames that are, well, NOT two syllables. If you feel that a two-syllable name would strike the right balance with your shorter or longer last name, here are a few of the best.