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60,000+ Baby Names

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An expanded edition of 55,000+ Baby Names with over 60,000 names and 200 fun, helpful lists of names to consider. It also has the latest rankings for the top 100 boys¿ and girls¿ names and 1,500 names used for both genders with icons that show which names are used more for boys, more for girls, or about 50/50. And, it includes more than 5,000 Hispanic names and 5,000 Afric
Paperback, 870 pages
Published November 28th 2006 by Meadowbrook Press
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Jun 26, 2015 Angela rated it really liked it
The fact I didn't finish reading this is because it was being used to help narrow down baby names. As many names that fascinated us, in the end we picked ones that held meaning close to our hearts, that weren't picked because of a beloved video game character, or after a much-beloved but now deceased author. (Try as I might, naming him Terrence after Terry Pratchett just wasn't to be.)

If you need ideas for actual babies, or need inspiration for character names, this book will work. From lists ab
Oct 27, 2009 Jennifer rated it really liked it
Great book! It was really fun to see names from other countries!
A little overwhelming though to try to read through.
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Jun 25, 2008 Susabelle Kelmer rated it it was amazing
If you can't find a name for your characters from this book, then it isn't to be found. My number on resource for character names, behind the phone book.
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Contains background and meaning on some rare & hard to find names, but nothing in great detail.
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