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The New Age Baby Name Book

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Completeley updated, "The New Age Baby Name Book" offers over 10,000 names from around the world, along with their meanings.This is the definitive guide for parents who wish, from the outset, to label their child's life as a very special one.
Paperback, 355 pages
Published November 1st 1987 by Workman Publishing (first published January 1st 1974)
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Rick Hunter
not really something to sit down and read, but it is a useful source if you're a writer.
Katie
Totally fun. God almighty, DON'T name your kid anything from this book, but it's totally fun to read, and pretty good to work from if you are a writer, especially if you are doing National Novel Writing Month and need a name in a hurry for some fantasy character who turned up late.

If you insist on some weird-ass name for your poor baby boy, I recommend Nard, which I had thought was a Biblical perfume but Browder translates as Persian for chess. Or, first choice, Nalren: "(NAHL-ren) Dene Indian
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Foxthyme
I have an older version of this book, but I use it all the time. No, I don't have countless children... But I am a writer always looking for new names. You can't name every male character Joe and every female character Sally, now can you? :-D
Isabel
Nov 23, 2010 Isabel added it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Expecting Parents
This book did not have every single name, but did have an interesting collection of names. It was interesting to read more about names, and how they can affect your child's life. An interesting read.
heartwork.in.progress
MY daughter requested me to buy this for her from a used books warehouse. She intends to use it in naming characters in her story writing exercises. I hope she finds it handy.
Amy
The New Age Baby Name Book: 3rd Edition: Completely Revised by Sue Browder (1998)
Ashley Howd
It's a great source for unique character names!
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