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  • Reign

    Reign is one of a new, ahem, kingdom of word names that suggest a high-born child, joining Royal, Lorde, Titan, Saint, King, Princess, and Noble. We predicted this kind of defining name to be the... Read More 

  • Ryan

    This ultrapopular boys' name is rapidly becoming a hot name for girls; admired for its buoyant Irish spirit.

    Ryan returned to the Top 500... Read More 

  • Rosemary

    Despite appearances, Rosemary is not a “smoosh” name, not even a traditional one. The name derives from two Latin terms “Ros” meaning ‘dew’ and “Marinus” “meaning “of the sea”. The plant was... Read More 

  • Regina

    A classic name with regal elegance--Queen Victoria, like other queens, had Regina appended to her name. She was a Top 100 name in the 1960s.

    St. Regina was a third century virgin martyr... Read More 

  • Raven

    Bird name Raven, once a symbol of pride for both African-American and Wiccan parents, is finding new life as a superhero name. Raven Darkholme is the real name of Mystique, heroine of the X-Men... Read More 

  • Rory

    Rory is a buoyant, spirited name for a redhead with Celtic roots. The name Rory is getting more popular overall, but for the past few years has been trending decidedly toward the boys' side --... Read More 

  • Renata

    Widely used across Europe as a common baptismal name symbolizing spiritual rebirth, Renata, in this country it has an operatic image via Italian-born divas Renata Tebadi and Renata Scotti. ... Read More 

  • Remy

    Remy is one of those rare names that combines ancient roots with modern sleekness. Boys outnumber girls with the classic Remy spelling, girls named Remi outnumber those named Remy. With either... Read More 

  • Rosie

    Rosy-cheeked and cheery, Rosie (also spelled Rosy) has been standing on her own for many decades, back to the days of 1943 musical Sweet Rosie O'Grady. She's one of the perky... Read More 

  • Reyna

    This variation is actually more popular in the United States than the original Spanish Reina.

    Reyna Grande is a Mexican author, known for the 2009 novel Dancing with Butterflies.... Read More