Hebrew: Father of peace; The biblical Absalom, favored son of King David, was renowned for his handsome appearance and ability to...
Not all jewel names can be hits, and Agate is definitely a miss. Do yourself—and your future child—a favor and pretend... Read More
A steadily popular name for several decades—Amber was everywhere in the 1980s and '90s—the name now, surprisingly, makes... Read More
American: Place name for the United States of America
Latin: derived from the Latin, Americus, in homage to explorer Amerigo Vespucci
Greek: Messenger from God
Latin: Messenger from God
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American: Apple, a fruit
Latin: Opening up, evocative of the opening of flower buds in the spring; born in or belonging to the month April
Latin: Place name referring to ancient country to the southwest of Mesopotamia, which in modern geography would include the Middle...
An Italian word meaning "air" or "melody," Aria is also the Hebrew word for "lioness." As a musical term, the word refers... Read More
The name Art definitely has an old-fashioned vibe to it–which makes sense given that it's the short form of Arthur, which... Read More
English: Ash tree; the root of several English names and therefore a familiar variant of them, including Ashley and Ashton
The name is Austin, not Austin Powers. Nowadays this popular boys' name is most likely associated with the James Bond spoof... Read More
English: Born in the fall, seasonal name
A sweetheart of a name infused with loads of southern charm, Beau is short, sweet and popular—but not too popular. Read More
Hebrew: House; a diminutive of Elizabeth and Bethany. Beth is remembered fondly by generations of readers as the gentle, loving sister...
English: God is my oath; a variant of Elizabeth
German: From the kettle-shaped hollow
Let's call a spade a spade: Blaze sounds like a name some celebrity names their kid in order to garner the most attention... Read More
If the mere thought of your impending bundle of joy makes you want to burst into joy, then Bliss may be a unique name choice... Read More
English: Cheerful, lighthearted
Scottish: Pretty, charming, beautiful; This Scottish term is likely a derivation of the French word bon, meaning good or nice.