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As Hispanic culture expands in the United States, so does the popularity of Latin baby names. Latin and Latina celebrities tend to top the list (Eva, Antonio, Penelope) and names like Dora and Diego aren’t just for explorers anymore.


Grace is one of those classic girl names that never seems to go out of style. It follows in the vein of other virtuous-sounding... Read more about Grace


Beware: Emily is currently (and has been for the past few decades) one of the most popular names in America and England.... Read more about Emily


A Roman clan name of uncertain etymology, Anthony is a hugely popular name in America, and has been for years. Meaning "priceless... Read more about Anthony


Feminine form of the name Oliver. The name very well may have originated from Shakespeare himself as the name of his heroine... Read more about Olivia


Bella is a red-hot name right now. Thanks to the massive vampire-in-love phenomenon known as Twilight, Bella has skyrocketed... Read more about Bella


Do you want to be reminded of just how loveable your daughter is every time you yell her name in frustration? Then perhaps... Read more about Amanda


After the name reached a point of over-popularity in the late 1980s and early 1990s, new parents took a bit of a break from... Read more about Justin


Paul may mean "little," but Paul was a big deal in the Bible. The apostle and evangelist Paul (formerly Saul) was an important... Read more about Paul


Laura is your classic "classic name." It will never be too trendy, it will never sound outdated and it has literary mentions... Read more about Laura


The shorter, and, let's face it, cuter version of the serious Marcus, Mark has been a perennial favorite for parents to name... Read more about Mark


While you may assume Patrick is an Irish name (perhaps due to a certain holiday filled with pots of gold at the end of the... Read more about Patrick


Julia has been all over the pop-culture consciousness thanks to Julia Roberts, Julia Child, Julia Lous-Dreyfus, and even... Read more about Julia


The name Caroline posesses royal connotations, what with the Prince of Camelot, JFK, naming his daughter Caroline, and Caroline... Read more about Caroline


A variation of the Latin name Adrienne, Adrian has more commonly been used as a boys name, but is still used as a girl name... Read more about Adrian


Lately Adrian has been creeping up the boy name ranks to become the most popular its ever been. The name originally refered... Read more about Adrian


Oh sweet Patience, you'll have to exercise a bit more of yourself before you ever see your name at the top. Another one of... Read more about Patience


Aurora was the poetic name of the princess in the 1959 Disney film Sleeping Beauty, but is only now rising in popularity... Read more about Aurora


Christian has become the ultimate cool boy's name. Currently at an all-time popularity high as a boy's name, in the middle... Read more about Christian


What does a heavy metal singer, an animated crustacean, and a saint all have in common (and, no, this isn't the start of... Read more about Sebastian


Diana is a classic girls' name that will endure the test of time. Dating back to ancient days, Diana was a Roman goddess... Read more about Diana


Julian is a form of Julius (i.e. Julius Ceasar) and the family clan name of several powerful Roman emperors. In the New Testament... Read more about Julian


There's something so cheeky about the name Dominic—and parents must like cheekiness as the name is currently at its peak... Read more about Dominic


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Greek Origin

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Latin: Light; a vernacular form of Lucia, the feminine form of Lucius

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English Origin

French Origin

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A name with a lot of bewitching charm, Sabrina was a legendary Celtic goddess, the charismatic title character of a classic... Read more about Sabrina


Latin: Star

Swedish: Star

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English Origin

Greek Origin

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Latin: Noble, patrician; feminine form of Patrick

Spanish Origin

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Italian Origin

Latin: Queen

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