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Category: Baby Names

Top Ten Biblical Baby Names

Published October 26, 2010        by Sarah

danibabii081 150x150 Top Ten Biblical Baby NamesMany parents choose to name their children after figures in the Bible. It’s a tradition from ancient times and crosses many cultures and religious traditions. Both Christians and Jewish parents like to choose from among the biblical name lists. Here are some of the most popular biblical boy and girl baby names. Of course, it’s a matter of taste whether you like the name, how it sounds with your last name, and if you care about the meaning. Some people feel that their child will take on the characteristics of their names. Certainly in biblical times, it was thought that a person had the characteristics their name suggested. Today people are not as interested in the root meaning of a name and choose it because they like it. For Boys 1.      Jesse meaning gift of God 2.      Alexander Read more

Baby Names

Published April 04, 2008        by Nicole

What’s in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet. William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616) English dramatist, poet Romeo and Juliet, II:2When we went to the hospital to deliver our twins, we had prepared a list of baby names worthy of the forty (40) weeks of anticipation for our babies’ birth. The list consisted of myriad names, all with sentimental value, significant literal meaning, or hip-sounding "twinny" alliteration. All of the ultrasounds had been labeled "Baby A" and "Baby B." Although we thought we were prepared, the twin girls born on April 14, 1997, remained "Baby A" and "Baby B" as we sought for names that were worthy of such special, beautiful babies. When the girls were born, we looked at those tiny faces of the five (5) pound bundles of joy, Read more

Most Popular Baby Girl’s Names of 2006

Published June 17, 2007        by Kim

Did you know that the social security administration keeps a running tally of the most popular names given to new baby girls each year? When the proud parents apply for a social security number for their new little one, the SSA puts it in their database. Each year they release a list of the most popular names across the United States and they even break it down into most popular names state by state. If you want to see where you or your child’s name ranked on this year’s list, just visit the Social Security website. In 2006, the top 10 U.S. baby girl’s names in order of popularity were Emily, Emma, Madison, Isabella, Ava, Abigail, Olivia, Hannah, Sophia and Samantha. If you had twin girl’s in 2006, you likely went with one of the top names for twin girl’s handed out in the U.S. Read more

Most Popular Baby Boy’s Names in 2006

Published June 16, 2007        by Kim

The most popular baby names of 2006 were recently released by the Social Security Administration. Each year the government tracks the statistics for baby names across the United States by tallying the number of times a particular name shows up on the social security number applications submitted to their office. Then each Spring, they release that tabulated data to the public which can be viewed online at the Social Security website. This year there weren’t any real surprises on the list of the most popular boy’s names in the United States. The most interesting trends showed up in the state by state analysis which clearly showed naming trends reflect the ethnic, local and cultural backgrounds of the parents. Across the U.S as a whole, the top 10 baby boy names of 2006 were as follows Read more