Tag Archives: Blue

LINCOLN SWIFT (favorites)

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Beckett Hayes

Dash Lennon

Declan Schuyler

Ever Skye

Lincoln Swift

Linus Jacob

Meadow Aurora

Nella Glenn

Piper Moon

Sawyer Lake

Stella Blue

Wren Josephine

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PI JACK (Australia)

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AUSTRALIA

Ann Sally Kathleen

Ashe Sarah

Ava Matisse (Rhys & Logan)

Axton Karver

Belinda Joyce

Cadell Graham

Charlize Ruby

Charlton Robert

Dane Archer

Ella Indie

Estelle Ruby

Georgia Blue (Tiffany & Marcus)

Jed Gordon

Katherine Dorathea

Massimo William

Quade Alfred Andrew (Baylie & Ryder)

Pi Jack

Pyper Susan (Emerald & Bede)

Quillan Jeffrey

Sam Carey

Stella Indiana

Tate Kees (Summer & Grace)

Una Rose

Vienna Harper (Capri)

MAGNOLIA & MAINE (Friday Favorites)

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My favorites.     These to me just stand out in the sea of Aidan James, Emma Kate, & Isabella Rose.     Do you like any of these? 

Isabel Vrai

Linus Wildman

Magnolia Mirabella

Maine Ashby

Milo Blue

Noble Kale

Olive Tuesday

Royal William

Teal Olivia

Valentina Finn 

BARDO & BREESE (B Names)

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Some interesting and unusual ‘B’ names.  What is your favorite ‘B’ name?

BARDO:  The Tibetan word meaning “intermediate state”.  Sandra Bullock used this a middle name for her son, Louis. 

BERNADETTE: The -et/ette ending is big right now with Juliet, Scarlet, & Violet making their way to the top of the charts.  Can Bernadette be far behind?  Bernadette Peters  makes for a lovely namesake.

BERYLMy grandmother’s middle name.  I think it is lovely, but it is a rare sighting. 

BLUE: A color name that has been used as a first name for both girls and boys, but mostly I see it used as a middle name.

BRAM:  A nickname for Abraham, but also used on its own.  It brings to mind Dracula’ writer Bram Stoker.    

BREESE:  A friend of mine named her baby girl this last year. It was her grandmother’s maiden name.  It pronounced to rhyme with Reese , not Breeze. 

BRESLIN: A last name used as first that has a a hint of Hollywood flavor.  You have probably heard of actress Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine) and her older brother, Spencer.  Interesting enough, it was used 8 times last year by both sexes.

BRIARDisney princess Sleeping Beauty makes me think of this name as feminine, but more boys were given this name in 2010 (172 boys to 70 girls).

BRIDGE: A new word name being used, but most people will think it is a nickname for Bridger or Bridget.

BRIOFor all you music fans out there.  I’ve only come across one, a baby boy, but I think it could be used as a girl’s name too.