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  • Blog Post: Name Shame

    people love to share their names with others, but the mere thought of discussing my middle moniker

  • Blog Post: Share Your Secret Baby Names!

    Every so often, we nominate a list of names that most visitors to Nameberry aren't using....but should be. But this time, we thought we'd turn the question back to you. What are your favorite undiscovered baby names, the names that are off most people's radar but that you believe deserve more widespread use? Let's dig deep, beyond berry favorites like Beatrice and Imogen and Jasper. What are the truly obscure names -- ancient or exotic, newly-minted or dust-covered -- that you think are...

  • Blog Post: New Top Names List: Share Your Predictions!

    It's just a little over a week  till the new Most Popular Names list is announced, for 2009.  How do you think things are going to change?  Will Emma and/or Jacob be toppled from their top spots? What names will rise and which will fall? Here, as refresher, is the Top Ten for 2008: girls 1. Emma (unseating Emily for the first time) 2. Isabella 3. Emily 4. Madison 5. Ava 6. Olivia 7. Sophia 8. Abigail 9. Elizabeth 10. Chloe (first appearance in Top 10) boys 1. Jacob 2....

  • Blog Post: When Should You Share Your Baby's Name?

    generation, there are nine possible moments to share your child’s name. The options: At age thirteen

  • Blog Post: Twin Names: Individual Names, Same Meaning

    The recent spate of celebrities having twins (they're not really just like us, are they?) got me thinking about twin names.  Although the Social Security list of most popular twin names would have you think differently, cutesy pairs like Merry and Joy or Tim and Tom are out.  So how can you find twin names that have a strong unifying element yet are distinct from each other, special in their own right? One way: Search for names that carry a similar meaning, one that symbolizes something...

  • Blog Post: Same Name Syndrome--Jillions of Jens

    older, less famous Jacksonville, Fla. resident, who happens to share the same moniker as the pop

  • Fameberry: Shane

    Andrew Firestone

  • Fameberry: Shane

    Erika Christensen and Cole Maness

  • Blog Post: Bravo! Share the best baby name you've heard all year

    ?  A baby naming job well done you'd like to celebrate? Share your favorite recent baby name with us here.

  • Blog Post: Unusual Baby Names: 10 same-but-different girl names

    untraveled yet carries the same uplifiting life meaning. For thousands more unusual baby names

  • Blog Post: Déjà vu: 9 Celebs Who Used the Same Names

    . There’s no reason to think that Blue Ivy Carter and Tennessee Toth will attend the same preschool, or

  • Blog Post: Popular Baby Names: How To Pick One That’s The Same, But Different

    for several years, and then was supplanted by Emma. The reason for this same-but-different

  • Fameberry: Ace Shane

    Jennie Finch & Casey Daigle

  • Fameberry: Oliver Shane

    Taylor (Foo Fighters) Hawkins

  • User List: Twin Boys, Same First Letter

    Adam, Auric, Beckett, Bodhi, Cameron, Collin, Dashiell, Dominic, Elias, Ezra, Flinn, Gerrik, Greyson, Hayden, Holden, Iara, Isaiah, Joseph, Josiah, Kaleb, Killian, Liam, Luca, Maxen, Milo, Nate, Nyle, Oliver, Owen, Paxton, Peyton, Quillan, Quinton, Roman, Rowen, Samson, Silas, Tyler, Tyson, Vale, Valentin, William, Wyatt, Zachary, Zane

  • User List: French Eng Same Spelling BOYS

    Abel, Albert, Alfred, Arthur, Beau, Benjamin, Bertrand, Bernard, Blaise, Charles, Christian, Claude, Daniel, David, Edgar, Eric, Ernest, Eugene, Felix, Gabriel, Gaston, Gerard, Gilbert, Guy, Isaac, Jasper, Jerome, Joel, Joseph, Jules, Laurence, Leon, Leonard, Leopold, Louis, Lucas, Marc, Martin, Mercer, Neville, Noel, Merlin, Orville, Oscar, Patrick, Paul, Raphael, Raymond, Regis, Richard, Robert, Roger, Samuel, Terrence, Theodore, Victor, Xavier, Solomon, Clement, Adam, Alexis, Brice, Bruno,...

  • User List: Same Spelling Eng Span

    Abigail, Alexis, Alicia, Amanda, Andrea, Angela, Antonia, Barbara, Carla, Carmen, Cecilia, Celeste, Clara, Claudia, Coral, Diana, Dolores, Dora, Elizabeth, Emma, Ericka, Erika, Erica, Esther, Eva, Flora, Heidi, Irene, Iris, Isabel, Isis, Jacqueline, Jade, Judith, Julia, Karla, Laura, Linda, Lola, Lucy, Marina, Marisa, Marta, Martha, Martina, Micaela, Miriam, Monica, Nancy, Nora, Norma, Olivia, Patricia, Paula, Penelope, Ramona, Regina, Rita, Ruth, Sandra, Sara, Teresa, Ursula, Veronica,...

  • User List: Same Spelling Eng Span BOYS

    Aaron, Abel, Abraham, Adrian, Alex, Benjamin, Christian, Damian, Daniel, David, Edgar, Eric, Erik, Fabian, Felix, Gabriel, Isaac, Israel, Ivan, Jacob, Joel, Julian, Lucas, Martin, Noel, Omar, Oscar, Samuel, Saul, Sebastian, Simon, Victor, Xavier, Gil, Axel, Bruno, Elias

  • User List: First Letter Same As Last BOYS

    Bob, David, Donald, Eddie, Enrique, Greg, Gregg, Hugh, Kirk, Leonel, Lionel, Malcolm, Nathan, Nelson, Norman, Oliverio, Orlando, Osbaldo, Osvaldo, Oswaldo, Rafer, Rainier, Raynor, Roger, Santos, Seamus, Trent, Philip, Phillip, Yancy, Yancey, Nolan, Nixon, Nealon, Asa, Cormac, Caradoc, Desmond, Kendrick, Lemuel, Lowell, Maxim, Heath, Octavio, Ottavio, Otto, Othello, Ryder, Rider, River, Silas, Oslo, Ryker

  • User List: First Letter same as Last GIRLS

    Hannah, Hyacinth, Laurel, Mariam, Miriam, Nan, Tempest, Willow, Elle, Ellie, Eve, Evadne, Elaine, Eliane, Elise, Elyse, Eloise, Elouise, Edie, Effie, Emilee, Emilie, Emmaline, Emeline, Emmeline, Estelle, Eugenie, Eulalie, Evalee, Evangeline, Esme, River, Evie, Emme, Emmalee, Estee, Elayne, Emmanuelle, Emanuelle, Elodie, Ivi, Liesl, Liesel, Maryam, Hadassah, Haddasah, Noreen, Rumer, Ernestine, Earlene, Erlene, Elide, Else, Elke, Edythe, Essence, Essie, Elvie, Elsie, Eithne, Emalee, Ettie,...

  • User List: First Letter same as Last GIRL A NAMES

    Ada, Adia, Adalia, Adela, Adella, Adelina, Adina, Alana, Alaina, Alayna, Alejandra, Alejandrina, Alessandra, Alexa, Alexia, Alexandra, Alexandria, Allegra, Alia, Alicia, Alisha, Alina, Alida, Alma, Alba, Alondra, Alyssa, Alissa, Amelia, Amalia, Amara, Amaia, America, Ana, Anna, Annabella, Annika, Anita, Anissa, Anya, Anastacia, Anastasia, Anthea, Antonia, Antonieta, Andrea, Andreina, Andreana, Angela, Angelia, Angelica, Angelina, Arantxa, Arabella, Araminta, Arcelia, Ariana, Arianna, Ariadna,...

  • User List: Boy's names that are cool and geeky at the same time...

    Bailey, Riley, Charlie, Orion, Finn, Noah, Mason, Gray, Cassidy, Zane, River, Ainsley, Ryder, Lucas, Chace, Asher, Ashley, Hunter, Cooper, Remy, Brooklyn, Parker, Reed

  • Blog Post: WELSH NAMES: Beyond Gwyneth and Griffin

    here as the other Celts. Which is a shame, because  it's a lilting, rhythmic language, offering

  • Blog Post: Celebrity Baby Names: Nameberry’s Ten Best of 2010

    Abel as a baby name, which is a shame given its simplicity, its history, and its ready and willing

  • Blog Post: Nile: Yes, Like The River

    pride instead of shame -- and with a bit of foresight, I think any kid can wear (and rock) a name

  • Blog Post: Baby Name Thomas: A Salute to Poor Tom Turkey

    had to bear the shame of seeing his name slide down the popularity list, now being out of the Top 50

  • Blog Post: Good Names.... with bad, bad associations

    , who dispenses excellent name advice to the denizens of nameberry, has written for us on Name Shame, Name Fame, and, most recently, the Name Games.

  • Blog Post: Baby Names to Bridge Cultures

    cool names, and it’s a shame they’re on the verge of extinction. But they seem harder to wear, at

  • Blog Post: Literary Baby Names: 8 novel names from Chaucer

    these names are steeped in history or literature, it’s a shame they are not given an outing more

  • Blog Post: Choosing Baby Names: Sense vs sensibility

    "honor culture," a society where honor, shame and revenge keep people in line more than the force of