Fun! Baby Name Polls
Hone your baby naming skills and help others. Which baby names are best?
Hi all. We live in England so these names may sound as strange to you as some of yours do to me, but I’d love your opinions! Thanks x
Which do you think is a better middle name? If not any of these, what do you suggest?
Hi there. What girls name do you think goes well with brother Harrison John (Harry)? Many thanks :)
Start Again JYE- Pronounced J-I
I just know that my baby’s name is Ana. But just plain Ana seems too simple.. So although I will call her Ana for short I want a first name with a little more too it lol. Middle name stays Marie. Any other suggestions are welcome!
I had another poll up but I think I confused people with the pronounciation so Im doing it again. What do you think of the name Jye or Jai the pronunciation is J- I- E
Last poll on this. First Reese Caroline was the favorite. Then Reese Meredith slid up in popularity, but my husband doesn’t like that. So, here we go one more time. Is Reese Caroline still the uncontested favorite? Or do the others have a chance? Remember, we are LOCKED in on having Reese in the name. Polite comments only.
I’m of Scandinavian decent and since our son will have a VERY English last name we thought it might be nice to honor my heritage through his first name. Thanks for the input!
In today’s day and age. Do you think its okay to give your boy a unisex name that is considered by most masculine as long as it is more popular with boys than it is for girls? I don’t want to say the name I’m thinking about but it is ranked in the top 1,000 for boys but not for girls. I know however that it is used for girls as well mostly with alternate spellings. To me it is entirely masculine but just like Hunter, Logan, Landon, Hayden, and many other names it could gain popularity with girls. Do you think it really matters if boys and girls have the same name? Obviously we are kind of past the Charles and Linda days of names that are distinctively masculine and feminine. Times have changed and the names we choose for our children have been greatly impacted. Let me know your thoughts. Thank you
It seems there are more and more unisex names for children. They start out as popular with 1 gender and then become more popular with the other...it seems like many of our top names are used almost equally for both genders. What do you think about this? It doesn’t bother me I was just wondering how people feel. The names used in my poll are only examples of names I noticed that are popular for both genders. I love all 3 of the names by the way. I can picture them on both boys and girls. Please respond if you have an opinion or if you just want to say something! Thanks
How do you pronounce the name Noe? I see it is in the top 1,000 names for boys but I wasn’t sure how it pronouced. Is the same as Noah? Thank you.
Genevieve is pronounced (JAHN-vee-ev) Nevaeh is pronounced (nuh VAY) and Qianna pronounced (kee-AN-ah) which one do you like the best for a girl thanks Crystal and Jason
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