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Having a baby is a blessing from God. They bring so much goodness and happiness to your life. To reflect your happiness, you may pick one of the baby names that mean blessing for your little one. These names show that the arrival of a baby has given you life with a new meaning and purpose.
A few names tend to stereotype a girl and hence are not preferred by a few parents. So, if you are looking for some neutral names, here are a few tomboy names for girls. A tomboy is a term used to refer to a female who behaves in manners considered boyish. So, in a way, tomboys try to break the conventional girlish traits the society has created over time.
It’s common to choose a name from your own culture and language for your little one. However you can also go for a name from foreign culture that you admire. After all, a foreign name will add intrigue and mystique to your baby’s name. If you’re looking for foreign baby boy names, you have arrived at just the right place.
Choosing the cutest baby name for your little boy can be tricky. This isn’t because the options are limited but because what sounds cute to you may not be the same for somebody else. Also, some of these names are frequently used or end up having negative connotations that you may wish to steer clear of strictly.
Although long names sound regal and sophisticated, they are often shortened for daily use. Thus, it’s no wonder that short names have become more popular these days. If you fancy short girl names with meanings, our list of beautiful and unique names can help you out. Names like Emma, Kim, Kate, etc., are short but sound cute, impactful, and smart. They are also easy to remember and pronounce.
The common naming convention in the Western culture, and many other cultures, is the first name followed by the middle and last names. Here, the last name is usually the family name. However, over time, many people have adopted last names as first names.
Purple and violet have a unique place in the color spectrum. Because these colors are frequently linked with royalty, aristocracy, elegance, and power, you may wish to give your baby a name that means purple or violet. As parents look for unique and different names for their children, naming them after these colors can feel quite chic.
Right after you welcome your bundle of joy into your home, choosing a name becomes a Herculean task. This name is supposed to reciprocate all your emotions towards your baby. After all, it’s a parent’s first gift to their baby, a gift that will stay with them for life… and maybe even after that.
Some ancient Celts followed druidism in a spiritual sense, while others considered it a religion. The term ‘Druid’ originates from ‘dru,’ a Celtic word meaning ‘oak,’ and ‘wid,’ an Indo-European word meaning ‘to know.’ A druid, therefore, is a ‘knower of the oak,’ also known as a forest sage.
People of this generation have started understanding the concept of fluidity pretty well, and that’s where the concept of non-binary names originates. After all, why should we even confine baby names to a particular gender? The baby that way is restricted to gender stereotypes, not giving them a chance to understand what they want their gender identity to be in the future.
The Cherokees are a Native American tribe with a unique inclination towards a matrilineal society. Their naming traditions include a holy ceremony after a new baby is born. Then, the high priest, who is the eldest woman, chooses a Cherokee name that is closely associated with nature
Another noteworthy thing is that Ethiopians do not have family surnames. They use their father’s first name as their last names. And surnames are never used to address someone formally. Below is MomJunction’s collection of unique and traditional Ethiopian baby names.
So many vintage names have been refined, revived, and restored to use in the modern times. If you are inclined towards vintage names for your little princess, then look no further. We bring you some of the most beautiful vintage baby girl names that are all set to make a comeback.
Are you looking for an exotic baby boy name that sounds cool too? Do you love the culture and language of a foreign land and want the same to reflect in your child’s name? Well, if you want your child to stand out from the sea of humanity, you can gift him a unique and exotic name. MomJunction brings you 50 most popular exotic boy names for your little prince charming.
Even after independence, Malta continued to exhibit British touches in its customs and traditions. Not just the culture and society, even the names reflect the fact that Malta was under the British rule until 1964. Below, MomJunction takes a look at some of the most famous Maltese names for boys and girls.
The Vietnamese follow unique naming traditions. And Vietnamese last names did not even exist until the conquest of Vietnam by the Han Dynasty of China in 111 B.C. Following the conquest, the Vietnamese gradually adopted the practice of using last names.