Mr. President? Madame President? Dare to dream for your baby’s future! If your baby is destined to be our future commander-in-chief, any of these presidential names could be just what he or she needs for inspiration.
James is a common royal name used in Europe and the English version of Jacob, and happens to be one of the most popular boy's... Read more about James
If you think everyone knows someone named John, you're probably right. Since 1880, John has spent many years ranked #1 in... Read more about John
Talk about a strong name. Andrew is Greek for "manly" and has also been linked to "warrior". In the Bible, Andrew is the... Read more about Andrew
Perhaps no other name invokes literary thoughts as this one does. William Shakespeare first jumps to mind, as do poet William... Read more about William
In the Bible, Benjamin is the youngest son of Jacob and one of the founders of the twelve tribes of Isreal. It is still considered... Read more about Benjamin
Thomas is almost as ubiquitous a good ol' fashioned American name as John or James. One of the best parts of the name Thomas... Read more about Thomas
In the Bible, Moses' brother Aaron was Israel's first high priest and is remembered for his staff which blossomed miraculously... Read more about Aaron
A perennial boy name favorite, Zachary has a lot of history behind it. There are several Zacchaeus' in the Bible with the... Read more about Zachary
Madison has long fallen out of favor as a boy name, as the popularity of Madison as a girl name skyrocketed. Even the meaning... Read more about Madison
This Old German name was introduced to England by the Normans and borne by three kings of England, which is approrpiate since... Read more about Richard
As demonstrated by Prince William and Kate Middleton naming their firstborn son, George, it's quite the illustrious name... Read more about George
From the Shakespearean play Romeo & Juliet Read more about Abraham
There's just something so cool about the ever-fashionable Stephen. Maybe it's the rebellious "ph" spelling, or his inspiring... Read more about Stephen
Latin: Warlike; another name originating from Mars, the Roman god of war
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English: Son of Jack or John; a surname
Scottish: Son of Jack or John
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English: Drives a cart; from a surname and occupational name
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English: Bestow or great; tall. The American General and president Ulysses S. Grant. Surname.
French: Great or bestow; a surname that increased in popularity as a first name due to Civil War general and President Ulysses S...
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Greek: Righteousness; In mythology, Themis is the goddess of order and justice.
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Gaelic: Helmet-head or misshapen head
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Irish: Little king
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English: Powerful, rules with counsel; from the same root as Reynold
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English: Familiar form of Herald or Henry; Harry Potter is the young wizard in the extremely popular series of children''s books by...
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English: David''s son; a surname
Scottish: David''s son; a surname
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Celtic: Son of Neil
English: Son of Neil.
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Arabic: Good, handsome; The founder of Shiite Islam was named Hussein.
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German: Rules by the spear
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English: Lakeside colony; This name of an early Roman settlement in England is widely recognized in the United States as the surname...
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English: Free man, landholder
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