||Latin for "bald." Think about it for
||Old English for "bent nose." Don't
be put off by its orginal meaning; this is a beautiful
||Latin for "attendant at a religious
ceremony." The heroine of an Alexandre Dumas play,
which was in turn the bassis for Verdi's opera
LA TRAVIATA. And we all remember Garbo's "I vant
to be alone."
||Latin for "dear." Increasingly popular
either with the "c" or with the "k."
||Latin for "run." Almost exclusively
used as a surname but has real potential as a
first name. Solid sound, good nickname possibilities.
||A variation of Charles. This name
has dropped out of ashion, and it's hard to understand
why. More popular in its feminine form, Carla.
||From the Hebrew for "garden" or "field
of fruit," but most popular in Spanish-speaking
countries. The origin of this name offers a possible
explanation for Ms. Miranda's fruited headgear.
||Feminine form of Charles. An old-fashioned
||From the Greek for "pure." Ever popular
always in good taste. A can't-miss with endless
||A combination of Welsh for "bounty"
||French for "candle maker." Surname
used as a first name.
||From the French for "loved." A large
group of names are available with the Cher prefix.
||From the French for "knight" and Old
English for "chase" or "hunt."
||Old English for "farm by the spring."
Unusual choice; yours will likely be the only
one in his/her grade.
||Greek for "Christ-bearer." Adorable
for a little boy; A.A. Milne was no fool. Matures
nicely as well. Relatives: Kristofer, Christof,
Kristof, Chris, Kris, Kit, Christophe, Kester,
Cristobel. Namesakes: Kris Kristofferson, Kit
Carson, Kris Kringle, Christopher Columbus, "Christopher
||Latin for "lame." A name that is much
more popular in France than in the United States.
||Old English for "hill." Very nice.
||Welsh for "heard from afar."
||Irish for "assistant." Informal but
||Irish for "youth." More widely used
in Great Britain, but well worth considering.
||Irish for "girl." You can't get much
more Irish than this name.
||From the Latin for "rock."
||Irish for "crag." Always a popular
||From the Latin for "clear." For "Dynasty"
fans and New Age devotees.
||From the Latin for "court" and Old
French for "courteous."
||From the Greek for "moon." Traditional
||Persian for "the sun." Cyrus the Great
was the founder of the Persian empire.