You might be surprised that these names were once fairly popular for boys.
The names collected here are a charming group of vintage choices for girls. They're similar in that they all originated as
Its meaning combining elements of the sun and sea makes this Latina favorite a great idea for a summer baby. Marisol was
Cecily Parsley is a Beatrix Potter bunny, bearing a dainty, lacy appellation and joining other Potter cottontails Peter R
Like Us On Facebook | Follow Us On Twitter | Contact HuffPost Parents Pictured: Producer Cassian Elwe The flower name of
GIRLS BOYS By Pamela Redmond Satran for Namberry Some expectant parents are looking for classic baby names, with deep roots
One of the great romantic legends of Ireland centers on Grainne, considered the most beautiful woman in the land, and the
By Linda Rosenkrantz for Nameberry At the beginning of the year, we like to flip back the calendar a hundred years to see
Scarlett Johansson -- whose mother is a self-proclaimed movie buff and no doubt GWTW fan -- had her screen debut in the mid
Beware of what I call the "Name Fad." Sure, it sounds hip now, but in 30 years, the names Natalie, Chelsea, Samantha, and Lindsay will sound how Nancy, Cheryl, Susan, and Linda do today. And in 60 years, the names Ethan, Cody, Brandon, and Matthew will be Earl, Chester, Bernard, and Melvin. These are all just Name Fads -- only difference is when they happened.