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  • Rosa

    As sweet-smelling as Rose but with an international flavour, Rosa is one of the most classic Portuguese, Spanish and Italian names,... Read More 

  • Roselyn

    Roselyn was a frequent member of the US Top 1000 in the early twentieth century until it dropped off the charts in 1954. It didn't return until 2003.

    This name takes Rosalind and makes it... Read More 

  • Reina

    An appellation for the Virgin Mary, "Queen of the apostles." After three years off the US popularity charts, Reina rejoined the list in 2014, though it lags behind alternate spellings Raina,... Read More 

  • Romina

    This pretty name found in Spanish-speaking countries shares the diminutive of Romy—also spelled Romi—with Rosemary. It joined the US Top 1000 for the first time in 2015.

    Romina Arena is... Read More 

  • Rayna

    This spelling of the name has ties to Hebrew, Slavic, and Scandinavian cultures, in addition to being another alternative to Reina and Reyna. It is most recently attached to hit television show... Read More 

  • Rebekah

    Many parents prefer this spelling used in the authorized version of the Bible. Still, it's slipped considerably since it's heyday in the eighties and nineties.Read More 

  • Rhea

    Old-style creative name of the Greek mythological earth mother of all the gods. A lot better than the Roman equivalent: Ops. Rhea reentered the US Top 1000 in 2015. Its only previous appearance on... Read More 

  • Ryann

    An attempt to make this name swing more to the feminine side, though the original Ryan is becoming perfectly acceptable for girls.

    Ryann O'Toole is an American professional golfer.Read More 

  • Rylan

    A unisex name, Rylan plays on many popular baby names, including Ryan and Riley. For boys, the trendy Rylan rose from its entry to the US Top 1000... Read More 

  • Royal

    Word names may not be gendered in English, but Royal was used mostly for boys—as in Wes Anderson's anti-hero Royal Tennenbaum—until Lil' Kim named her daughter Royal. And why not? It's got a rich... Read More