If my daughter would have been a boy I would have named her Ryne after Ryne Sandberg. Instead she got another Chicago Cubs related name. I also like the name Hudson for a boy. For girls, I have always loved the name Aliena.
Unique is an absolute, there can be only one, it must never have been used before, so get you invention cap on.
Well, any good name should have a very good meaning not the sound of the name... you know in my place, names influence the behavior of the child.
For a girl: "Blahbadiblah"
For a boy: Oogidiboogidi"
(Just check the list of celebrity baby names to make sure these names are truly unique.)
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by Whitney 10 years ago
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by Vera 3 years ago
What are the best baby names, in your opinion?
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by Michael Kromwyk 6 years ago
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