Download E-books The Complete Idiot's Guide to 40,000 Baby Names (2nd Edition) PDF

By Marcia Layton Turner


From Atticus to Zuzu ...

With 10,000 extra names and 50 extra lists (200 total), this most recent variation is the main complete advisor to naming newborns at the market-and the main enjoyable! With really expert lists-from global leaders to favourite characters from children's literature, biblical figures to Wiccan/ Gothic/Vampire names, Olympic medalists to Nobel Prize winners-plus alphabetized lists for every gender, this advisor makes the identify online game effortless, enjoyable, and enlightening.

*Approximately four million infants born each year within the U.S.-and all of them want names!
*Contains 40,000 names-10,000 greater than The every thing child Names booklet and 35,000 greater than child Names for Dummies
*Includes two hundred really good lists-even the names that experience the simplest and worst nicknames-which upload to the joys of choosing the correct identify

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Edra, Edreah, Edriah, Edrya Edrice (English) wealthy ruler. Edris, Edriss, Edrisse, Edrys Edwina (German) wealthy pal; heir’s ax. Edweena, Edwena, Edwine, Edwinna, Edwyna, Edwynna Effie (Greek) good spoken; brief kind of Euphemia. Efea, Effi, Effy, Efi, Ephie Efrata (Hebrew) venerated. Efratah Efrosini (Hebrew) Fawn or chook. Egeria (Greek) She who offers encouragement. Eido (Japanese) Illuminating approach. Eileen (Greek) mild. Alene, Eileene, Eilena, Eilene, Eilina, Eiline, Eillen, Eilyn, Eleen, Elene, Ilene Eilis (Gaelic) Noble; style. Eir (Scandinavian) Goddess of therapeutic. Eira (Welsh) Snow. Eirah, Eyra, Eyrah Ekta (Hindi) cohesion. Ekua (African) Born of Wednesday. Elaine (French) kind of Helen. Alaine, Alana, Elain, Elaina, Elana, Elayne, Elena, Laine, Laney Elam (Hebrew) Highlands. Elani (Greek) gentle. Eleanor (Greek) Mercy. Elana, Elanie, Elanor, Elanore, Eleanora, Eleanore, Elenor, Elenore, Eleonor, Eliana, Elianore, Elinor, Elinore, Ellenor, Ellie, Ellinor, Ellinore, Elynor, Leonora, Leonore, Nell Electra (Greek) shiny; the shining one. Electrah, Elektra Eleora (Hebrew) The Lord is my gentle. Elfriede (German) peaceable ruler. Elfreda, Elfredda, Elfreeda, Elfreida, Elfreyda, Elfrida Eliann (Hebrew) My God has responded. Eliana, Liana Elif (Turkish) slender and tall. Eligia (Italian) selected one. Elise (French) Consecrated via God; kind of Elizabeth. Alise, Alysa, Alyse, Alyssa, Alysse, Eilis, Eilise, Elisa, Elisee, Elisha, Elisie, Elissa, Elisse, Ellice, Ellise, Ellyce, Ellyse, Ellyze, Elyci, Elyse, Elyssa, Elysse, Lise Elita (French) certain one. Ellita, Ellitia, Ellitie, Ilida, Lida Elizabeth (Hebrew) Consecrated to God. Aliza, Bess, Beth, Betsy, Bette, Bettie, Betty, Elisabeth, Eliza, Ellie, Elsa, Elsbet, Elsbeth, Else, Elspet, Elspeth, Isabel, Isabella, Isabelle, Libby, Lisbeth, Liz, Liza, Lizzie Elke (Greek) Protector of mankind; kind of Axelia. Elki, Ilki Ella (Old German) All. Elah, Ellah, Ellia, Ellie Elladan (Science fiction) personality from J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the jewelry. Elle (French) girl; lady. El, Ele Ellen (English) gentle; kind of Helen. Elen, Elin, Ellan, Ellene, Ellin, Ellyn, Ellynn, Ellynne, Elyn Ellery (English) Elder-tree island. Elarie, Elery, Ellarie, Ellerie Ellis (English) kind of Elias. Elis, Ellys, Elys Elma (Greek) Amiable. Elmina (English) Noble. Almina, Elminah, Elmyna, Elmynah Elodie (Greek) Marshy, white blossom. Elodee, Elodi, Elodia, Elody Eloise (French) clever, clever. El, Ell, Elois, Eloisa, Elouise Elora (American) brief kind of Elnora. Ellora, Elorah Elsa (Hebrew) My God is a vow. Elu (Native American) choked with grace. Elvira (Spanish) kind of German for “close. ” Elva, Elvera, Elvie, Elvina, Elvyra Elvita (Spanish) fact. Elysia (Greek) completely happy. Elishia Emani (Arabic) Believer. Amani, Amoni, Emane, Emanee, Emanie, Emoni, Emonie, Imani, Imoni Emanuelle (Hebrew) God is with us. Emanuel, Emanuela, Emmanuella, Emmanuelle, Manuella Ember (French) type of Amber. Emberlee, Emberly Emeraude (French) Emerald. Emery (German) Industrious chief.

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