Cynthia

Baby Name of the Day: Cymbeline

June 21, 2011

He’s a literary king with a pretty, pretty name. Thanks to Lucy for suggesting Cymbeline as our Baby Name of the Day.

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Baby Name of the Day: Cindal

December 15, 2010

Any name as popular as Cynthia is bound to have spin-offs.  Here’s one of the more obscure. Thanks to Aimee for suggesting our Baby Name of the Day: Cindal.

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Baby Name of the Day: Miranda

June 18, 2010

She’s one of Carrie’s BFFs on Sex and the City and a 90s favorite, but her Shakespearean roots give her staying power. Thanks to Rachel for suggesting Miranda as Baby Name of the Day.

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Sunday Summary: 11/15/09

November 15, 2009

Here at AppMtn, it isn’t so very unusual to receive an outraged email or comment after I’ve said something less than flattering about a name.

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Name of the Day: Cinderella

July 31, 2009

Jasmine, Ariel and Aurora have all been popular picks for girls. And Belle is quite the sensation. So why is this fairytale princess name off limits? Thanks to Photoquilty for suggesting Cinderella as Name of the Day.

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Name of the Day: Bindi

July 13, 2009

The late Steve Irwin chose this name for his darling daughter. Now that she’s following in her father’s footsteps will we meet more girls answering to this one? Thanks to Sassy for suggesting today’s Name of the Day: Bindi.

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Name of the Day: Cynthia

April 27, 2009

She’s a sophisticated epithet for a moon goddess, but ever since the 1970s, this name is more likely to conjure up The Brady Bunch. Thanks to Toni for suggesting Cynthia as Name of the Day.

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Sunday Summary: 4/12/09

April 12, 2009

Happy Easter! Thanks for putting down that chocolate rabbit long enough to visit. I recently heard a writer named Ethlebert Miller read at the local indie bookstore; Nameberry had a great post on Easter Names. I’m intrigued by Parasha and Birch. And I went to high school with a Pascal. (Or was it Pascale? Or […]

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