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The sooner you know what you are going to call the baby on the way, the better. And, even if it is in the belly, calling it by its name will allow us to build that special bond that unites parents with their children. Although the mother feels his movements as she carries him inside, have a name to call him by it will help the father to start falling in love with the little one. Why not take a look at these English names for inspiration?
What an adventure you still have ahead of you! !! Congratulations!! Until the arrival of the baby you have nine months full of excitement and illusion, in which you will have to make more than one complicated decision, such as, for example, what to call him. It seems like a simple question but when the time comes you will see that it is more difficult than it seems. There are so many names and so beautiful ... Come to our name guide!
In the universe of names, it is better to have creativity, but also common sense. Our name is our first letter of introduction, so it is important that parents meditate well what we want to call our children. Are we looking for names with a special meaning? With a specific origin? Do we want short names or do we go for long ones? Do we bet on names of Christian tradition?
You will have to answer all these and many more questions when choosing what you are going to call your baby. To take into account all the possible options, we have traveled to the United Kingdom and the United States and we have been writing down all the beautiful names that we have come across. And here is a selection of the best ideas that start with R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z. Good luck!
- The names for boys preferred by British and American parents
- Names for girls that you are going to fall in love with
- The weirdest English names
- Music Inspired English Name Ideas
- Fantastic English names with R, S, T and U
- More ideas to call your baby with V, W, X, Y and Z
The names for boys preferred by British parents
Influenced by movies and television series, more and more children have a name in English. But which ones are the most popular in American baby registries? What are the favorites of British parents? If you have already been told that you are going to have a little boy, take a look at the following list of the most popular names for boys.
- Ralph.Name of German origin that corresponds to Raúl. It comes from rad + wulf, which means 'wolf council'.
- Randall. Name in English that comes from Randolph, whose etymology is related to the shield.
- Richard. English form of Ricardo. Of Germanic origin it means 'brave king', its saints are on April 3.
- Robert. Very popular name of German origin that means 'the one who shines for his fame'. There are many figures that have carried him throughout history, such as Robert Capa.
- Roger. Name of Celtic origin that refers to fame or renown.
- Ryan. Of Irish origin, this name means 'the little king'. It is also a surname.
- Thomas. Proper name in English that translated is Tomás. Its origin is Aramaic and means 'the twin'.
- Sam. Shortened form of other names like Samuel or Samson, which has already become a proper name.
- Scott. Its origin is Scottish. It is one of the 12 most common surnames that corresponds to one of the Scottish clans of the 12th century.
- Seth. Name of the third son of Adam and Eve after Cain and Abel. It is, therefore, a name with a lot of tradition.
- Walter. Of Germanic origin, this name means 'one who leads the army'.
- William. Guillermo, in Spanish, is a name of German origin that means 'decided protector'.
- Zac. It comes from Zacharias. It means 'God remembers' and comes from Hebrew.
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Names for girls that you are going to fall in love with
Like all parents in the world, you are surely looking for the magical and special name for your baby. It is clear that in a matter of taste, the colors. But if you choose any of the following nicknames for your daughter you can be sure that it will be a success. All of the following ideas are very popular in Britain and other English-speaking countries. And if so many girls have been called that, it will be for something, don't you think?
- Rachel Raquel, in Spanish, means 'lamb' or 'sheep' and comes from Hebrew.
- Rebecca. Another name of Hebrew origin that means 'tie'. His saints are on March 23.
- Robyn. Name used for girls, unlike Robin which is a unisex name.
- Ruby. From the red miner, the ruby. Name that is becoming more and more popular.
- Sarah. Name of Abraham's wife and Isaac's mother. Name of Hebrew origin that means 'lady'.
- Samantha. Of Aramaic origin, it is unknown exactly when it began to spread and be used more frequently.
- Scarlett. It could refer to the scarlet red color, but also to the medieval seller of a very luxurious type of clothing.
- Serenity. Word used in English to name calm or tranquility. Translated it would be 'serenity'.
- Sophie. English name to refer to Sofia. It is of Greek origin and means 'wisdom'.
- Susan Name with a long tradition that comes from Hebrew. It means 'white flower'.
- Tracy. Originally, this name referred to the people who came from Tracy-Bocage, in French Normandy.
- Victory. Name with a lot of English tradition since this is how one of its most famous queens, Queen Victoria, was called.
- Wendy. It refers to the name Gwendolyn, a very popular name in the United States that could mean something like 'white eyebrow'.
- Yvette. Name of a woman that comes from France and that means 'archer'.
The weirdest English names
Are you on the hunt for the weirdest name for your baby? Take a look at the following list. We've rounded up some of the most original English names you're going to hear.
Remember, however, that between a weird name and a humiliating one there is a line that should never be crossed. The goal is for your baby to have a creative name, not one that will become a burden for the rest of his days. Also pay attention to the combination that creates the name with the surname that the child will wear. Only then can you avoid names so ... curious ... like Red daisy or Choppy Sea.
- Radcliffe. Name that is also often a surname, as in the case of the famous actor Daniel Radcliffe.
- Rae. Name for both boys and girls that comes from Raquel, a Hebrew name.
- Rain. Word used to name the rain. It is a rare name that is becoming increasingly popular.
- Ravenna. Name in honor of the Italian city of Ravenna. There are also several cities in the United States and Canada called Ravenna.
- Rhys. Very traditional name that has become almost obsolete. He comes from Wales and has modernized himself as Reece or Reese.
- Selwyn. Very strange name that could mean 'friend of the sea'.
- Sequoia. Word that matches a very large and tall type of tree known in Spanish as secuoya.
- Shevon. It comes from Greek and it is still something weird because there are not many children who carry it.
- Summer. Word used to name the summer. It is an original name that is being heard more and more among newborn girls.
- Tabatha. Name of Greek origin that means 'gazelle'. His saints are October 25.
- Temperance. Word used in English to designate temperance.
- Ulysses. Ulysses, in Spanish, as the protagonist of Homer's Odyssey.
- Velvet. Word that is used to call to talk about velvet and as a very original name.
The daughter of singer Christina Aguilera, who accompanies him on tours whenever she can, is called Summer Rain (summer rain).
Music Inspired English Name Ideas
Music is always a huge source of inspiration for anything in life, even finding a good name for your child. That is why we have looked back at the vast history of British and American music to find all these inspiring figures.
- Ray. Name in honor of the well-known singer and saxophonist Ray Charles.
- Taylor. Taylor Swift is one of the American singers of the moment.
- Selena. Selena Gomez, the young singer from America, can inspire you to name your little daughter.
- Stevie. Stevie Wonder couldn't be missing from this list of English names.
- Whitney. Name your baby after the great singer Whitney Houston.
English names with R, S, T and U
We now order these names in English by letters and we are left with those that begin with R, S, T and U. Although it is true that we come up with many names from the first letters, there are not so many options when we start to investigate the names with U.
In the following selection of names there is a bit of everything, so you have to choose from. You will find some names of British or American origin that have a lot of tradition (Raymond, Susan, Tiffany ...) but also others that sound more modern (Shona, Theo ...).
More ideas to call your baby with V, W, X, Y and Z
And now we go with the last letters of the alphabet that, not because they are less common, are worse to head the name of your child. In fact, if you are looking for an original name for your little one on the way, you will like most of the following options, as they sound more innovative.
First of all we offer you some names, both for boys and girls, that begin with V. There are some as beautiful as Venus or Valentine. You will also find cute names that begin with W, a letter that is more common in the English language. The same goes for names that start with X, Y and Z. Originality to power!
Why limit yourself to names that begin with the last letters of the alphabet when, in reality, you have many more ideas. Before deciding how you are going to put your child, take a look at our guide to english names sorted by letters. Surely you will find that name that you are looking for so much! Because, although it is a difficult decision, that name that you would like to find may be waiting for you in this table. Do not miss it.
- English names A - E
- English names F - I
- English names J - Q
- English names R - Z
Names for girls
Names for boys
Christian Names of Saints
Surnames and Shields
Names coloring pages
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