Thursday, February 28, 2002
109th most popular male first name in the United States; frequency is 0.184; percentile is 61.219
This name can actually be either feminine or masculine. Dale means "little valley" in Old English. In English this means "lives in the valley" or "small valley". In Scandinavian it also means "valley".
Some webpages of people named Dale: Dale E. Kildee, Dale Chihuly, Dale Adler, Dale Midkiff, Dale Wood, Dale Herbeck, Dale Whiteside, Dale L. Walker, Dale Douglass, Dale Carlson, Dale Earnhardt
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343rd most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.051%; percentile is 68.742
In Greek, Candace means "glowing". In Latin, this name also means "glowing". This name was also an ancient hereditary title used by Ethiopian queens.
Variations of the name Candace:
English--Candice, Candiss, Candy, Candyce, Kandace, Kandee, Kandi, Kandice, Kandis, Kandiss, Kandy, Kandyce
Related linkage: Candace Robb, Candace Carman, Candace Gingrich, Candace Brooks, Candace Evans, Candace Davies, Candace Cable, Candace O'Conner, Candace Schuler, Candace Jackson, Candace Compton
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Wednesday, February 27, 2002
4264th most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.001%; percentile is 90.014
In Greek, Calista means "most beautiful".
Related linkage: Calista Flockhart, Calista Ellen Babcock, Calista Fredericksen, Calista Chained, Wayne and Calista, Calista Wilcox, Calista Cameron
Businesses: Calista Corporation, Calista Creative Internet Solution, Calista Bed Linen, Calista's Curios
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Tuesday, February 26, 2002
560th most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.023%; percentile is 75.886
In Welsh, Caitlin is a form of Catherine. In Irish, this name is also a form of Catherine or Katherine and means "pure".
Other forms of this name:
Irish--Caitlinn, Kaitlan, Kaitleen, Kaitlin, Kaitlyn, Kaitlynn, Kathleena, Kathlene, Kathlynn,
English--Katelin, Kateline, Katelinn, Katelyn, Katelynn, Katlin, Katlyn, Katlynn, Katlynne, Kitlyn
Webpages by people named Caitlin: Caitlin R. Kiernan, Caitlin Brown, Caitlin Martensson, Caitlin Clarke, Mary Caitlin Mahoney, Caitlin Walker, Caitlin Maude
Businesses and organizations that use the name Caitlin: Caitlin Press, Caitlin's Way
Books: Caitlin (based on Caitlin Thomas)
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Monday, February 25, 2002
Baldwin is a Teutonic name meaning "princely friend". In German it means "bold friend".
Related linkage: Chuck Baldwin, Tammy Baldwin, Daniel Baldwin, Alec Baldwin, Juanitta Baldwin, Adam Baldwin, Stephen Baldwin, Dwight Baldwin, Justin Baldwin, Abraham Baldwin
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Sunday, February 24, 2002
In Celtic, Baird means "bard" or "minstrel". In English it means "singer-poet". Another form of this name is Bard.
Related linkage: Hal Baird, Baird History & Genealogy, David Olen Baird, Shirley Baird, Thomas Baird, Enoch Baird, Robert Baird, Patricia Baird, Mrs. Morgan Baird, Julianne Baird
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This name can be used as a first name or surname. In French, Bailey means "bailiff". In English it means "courtyard within castle walls", "steward", "public official", or "man in charge". In German, this name means "able".
Related linkage: Bailey Chase, Ronald Bailey, Harry Bailey, Nolan Bailey, Jonathan Bailey, Donovan Bailey, Leslie Bailey, Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Luke D. Bailey, Joseph Weldon Bailey, Tracy Bailey Holmes
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310th most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.057%; percentile is 66.975
Ada is a Teutonic name meaning "prosperous" or "happy". It is also German for "happy" or "joyful". In English, it means "wealthy" while in Hebrew it means "ornament".
Related linkage: Ada Lovelace, Ada Choi, Ada County--Idaho, Ada Crogman Franklin, Ada Edwards, Ada Dziewanowska
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Saturday, February 23, 2002
520th most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.025%; percentile is 74.924
In Hebrew, Abigail means "source of joy" or "father of joy". From the Bible, this name comes from King David's third wife who was described as good in discretion and beautiful in form.
Other variations of Abigail are:
Irish--Abiageal, Gobinet, Gobnait, Gobnat, Gubnat
English--Gael, Gail, Gaila, Gala, Gale, Gaylene
Related linkage: Abigail Adams, Abigail Fillmore, Abigail McBride, Abigail Seager, Abigail Hill Masham, Mary Abigail Dodge, Abigail Phang, Abigail McLagan
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In Hebrew and Arabic, Aaliyah means "to ascend up" or "highly exalted".
Other forms of this name are Aliya and Aliyah.
Related linkage: Aaliyah Haughton
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223rd most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.094%; percentile is 60.477
Melinda is Anglo Saxon for "grateful". In Greek, this name means "gentle" or "dark". In English, this name is a blend of the names Melissa and Linda. Other variations are Mindie and Mindy.
Some related webpages: Melinda Clarke, Melinda Messenger, Melinda Wagner, Melinda Kimble, Melinda Baimbridge, Melinda (First Lady of Magic), Melinda Maximova, Melinda Kolk, Melinda Rambo, Melinda C. Kimsey, Melinda Harper
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35th most popular male first name in the United States; frequency is 0.537%; percentile is 41.824
The name Andrew originates in Greek and means "manly". In Latin, it also means "manly".
Variants of the name Andrew are: Andera, Andere, Anderson, Andre, Andrea, Andreas, Andree, Andreo, Andres, Andria, Andrian, Andric, Andriel, Andy, Aundre, Drew, Dru, Drue, Kendrew, and MacAndrew.
Some related webpages: Andrew Jackson, Andrew Johnson, Andrew Barbano, Andrew Marvell, Andrew Tolmach, Andrew Wyeth, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Andrew Fielding Huxley, Andrew Davidhazy, Andrew Harvey, Andrew Ilie, Andrew Lewis
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Thursday, February 21, 2002
32nd most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.451%; percentile is 22.745
Amy means "beloved" or "dearly beloved" in Latin. A French variation of this name is Aimee.
Some related webpages: Amy Chow, Amy Tan, Amy Fadhli, Amy Pfrimmer, Amy White, Amy Grant, Amy Yip, Amy Kwok, Amy Gallatin, Amy Goldstein, Amy Lowell, Amy Scurria
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Wednesday, February 20, 2002
5th most popular male first name in the United States; frequency is 2.451%; percentile is 14.812
The name William is Teutonic and means "determined" or "guardian". In German it means "resolute guardian".
Other variations of William are: Bill, Billie, Billy, Gillermo, Guillaume, Guillermo, Liam, Lyam, Mimi, Minetta, Minette, Minna, Minnie, Wilhelm, Wilhelmina, Will, Willesone, Williamon, Williams, Williamson.
Some related webpages: William Wordsworth, William Vickrey, William Inge, William Ellery, William Shakespeare, William C. Byham, William Frederick Cody (Buffalo Bill), William Harvey, William Count Basie, William Henry Harrison, William McKinley, William Schuman
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94th most popular male first name in the United States; frequency is 0.197%; percentile is 58.368
Sean means "heavenly" or "generosity" in Hebrew. In Irish it means "God's gracious gift" and is a form of John via the French name Jean. Other Irish variations of the name are: Seana, Seanachan, Seanan, Seanlaoch, Shauden, Shaughn, Shaun, Shaundre, Shawn, Shawnn, and Shonn.
Some related webpages: Sean Townsend, Sean Astin, Sean Bean, Sean Young, Sean Connery, Sean Penn, Sean Heim, Sean Meyn, Sean Lennon, Sean Altman
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Tuesday, February 19, 2002
815th most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.012%; percentile is 80.049
In Greek, Selena means "the moon". The French variant of this name is Celine.
Some related webpages: Selena Quintanilla Perez, Selena Crosscroft, Selena Wright, Selena Sloan Butler, Selena Maranjian, Selena (the movie), The Selena Foundation, Selena Fox, Selena Kim, Selena Lormand
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Monday, February 18, 2002
23rd most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.508%; percentile is 18.469
Sarah means "true princess" or just "princess" in Hebrew. The Arabic form of this name is Sara.
Some related webpages: Sarah Polk, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Sarah Wilson, Sarah Josepha Hale, Sarah Vincent Curzon, Sarah Flanigan, Sarah Vaughan, Sarah Lucas, Sarah Duchess of York, Sarah Brightman, Sarah McLachlan
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771st most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.013%; percentile is 79.505
In Greek, Penelope means "weaver".
Some related webpages: Penelope Cruz, Penelope Sanderson, Penelope Lively, Penelope Lee, Penelope Houston, Penelope Kent, Penelope Smith, Penelope (from Greek mythology)
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Friday, February 15, 2002
253rd most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.080%; percentile is 63.118. It is also the 57th most popular male first name in the United States; frequency is 0.311; percentile is 49.351
Terry is actually a form of the names Terrance, Terrell, or Teresa. It is Latin for "tender", "gracious", or "good".
Some related webpages: Terry Moore, Terry Pratchett, Terry Brooks, Terry Mosher, Terry Hershey, Terry Goodkind, Terry Nelson, Terry Gajraj, Terry Owens, Terry Lindsey, Terry McMillan, Terry Bradshaw, Terry Jones
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Thursday, February 14, 2002
4th most popular male first name in the United States; frequency is 2.629%; percentile is 12.361
Michael means "like God" or "who is like God" in Hebrew. Some different forms of this name are: Micaela, Michaela, Michaelina, Michaeline, Michaelyn, Michal, Micheal, Michel, Michela, Michele, Michella, Michelle, Mick, Mike.
Some related webpages: Michael J. Miller, Michael Ondaatje, Michael S. Brown, Michael Collins, Michael J. Fox, Michael Douglas, Michael Pickett, Michael Dorris, Michael Gordon, Michael Nyman
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276th most popular male first name in the United States; frequency is 0.052%; percentile is 77.578
Julian can actually be used either as a male or female name. It is Latin for either "downy-haired" or "youthful". This name also means Jove's child. It is a form of Julius and family clan name of several powerful Roman emperors. Biblical Roman centurion Julius saved Paul's life during a hazardous voyage.
Some derivatives and variations of Julian (both masculine and feminine) are: Gillian, Jilian, Jillanne, Jillayne, Jillene, Jillesa, Jillian, Jilliane, Jilliann, Jillianna, Jillianne, Julee, Juleen, Juliana, Juliano, Julie, Julienne, Julina, Jyllina.
Some related webpages: Percy Julian, Dame Julian of Norwich, Julian Bond, Julian Schwinger, Julian Rhodes, Julian Carrillo, Julian Thompson, Julian Dawson
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407th most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.038%; percentile is 71.520
Chelsea means "harbor" or "port" in Old English or Anglo Saxon. This name is also the place name for a London district.
Some related webpages: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Phyllis Chelsea, Chelsea, Chelsea's World, Chelsea Clinton, Chelsea FC, Chelsea (Greater London)
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6th most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.932%; percentile is 7.586
Jennifer is Celtic for "white wave". It is also Welsh for "white spirit". This name is also a derivation of the name Guinevere. Other English derivatives of this name are: Jen, Jena, Jenalee, Jenalyn, Jenalynn, Jenarae, Jeneen, Jenene, Jenetta, Jeni, Jenice, Jenifer, Jenilynn, Jenise, Jenita, Jenna, Jennabel, and Jennah.
Some related webpages: Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Kimball, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jennifer Dunn, Jennifer Rauch, Jennifer Bawden, Jennifer McCreary, Jennifer Todoroff
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Thursday, February 07, 2002
67th most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.283%; percentile is 35.258. It is also the 248th most popular male first name with a frequency of 0.063; percentile is 75.998
Kelly is German for "farm by the spring". In Irish this name means "lively" and "aggressive". Some feminine variants of Kelly in Irish are: Keeley, Keelyn, and Keilah (this can also be masculine).
Some Kelly webpages: Walt Kelly, Grace Kelly, Kelly O'Dell, Kelly Clinton, Kelly Minter, Kelly Green, Kelly Christian, Kelly Willis, Kelly Parkinson
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Wednesday, February 06, 2002
227th most popular male first name in the United States; frequency is 0.069%; percentile is 74.631
In Latin, Adrian means "dark one". In German it simply means "dark" while in English it comes from the Adriatic Sea. Variations on Adrian are: Adriano (Spanish), Adrien (French), and Hadrian (English). Some feminine forms of this name are Adriana (Spanish), Adriane (German and French), Adrianna (French) and Adrienne (French).
Some Adrian webpages: Adrian Moore, Adrian Wyard, Adrian Dantley, Adrian Raeside, Adrian Cronauer, Adrian Tinsley, Adrian Brunel, Pope Adrian I
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Tuesday, February 05, 2002
133rd most popular male first name in the United States; frequency is 0.153%; percentile is 65.177
This name means "Strong-willed Jehovah is God", "God's willingness" or "Jehovah is the Lord" in Hebrew. Some feminine variants of Joel are:
[French] Joeliyn, Joella, Joelle, Joellen
[Hebrew] Joelliana, Joelliane
Some Joel webpages: Joel Chandler Harris, Joel Kammeyer, Billy Joel, Joel Loveland, Joel Primack, Joel Haertling, Joel Crawford, Joel Mabus
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Monday, February 04, 2002
55th most popular male first name in the United States; frequency is 0.313%; percentile is 48.729
This name means "God's gift", "God gives", or "Jehovah has given" in Hebrew. Some variations of the name are Johnny (English), Jon (English and French), Johnathan (Hebrew), Jonathon (Hebrew), Jonn (French and English), Jonnie (French and English).
Some Jonathan webpages: Jonathan Swift, Jonathan Sarfati, Jonathan Gilkes, Jonathan Mark Kenoyer, Jonathan Clayden, Jonathan Russel Kramm, Jonathan Bowen, Jonathan Talbot, Jonathan Goldstein
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Sunday, February 03, 2002
5th most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.937%; percentile is 6.653
This name means "God's oath" in Hebrew. In English it means "my God is bountiful" or "God of plenty".
The following are various diminutives and variants of Elizabeth
[English] Bess, Bessie, Bessy, Beth (also Hebrew), Betsey, Betsy, Betty, Elissa, Eliza, Elsa, Elspeth, Elyza, Ilse, Isabel
[French] Bette, Bettine, Isabeau
Some Elizabeth webpages: Elizabeth Blackwell, Elizabeth Montgomery, Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Elizabeth II, Elizabeth Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Elizabeth Hurley, Elizabeth Pantley, Elizabeth Hoffman
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Saturday, February 02, 2002
65th most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.296%; percentile is 34.691.
Rose is Italian for the flower "rose". It is also Latin for the "rose bush". Other forms of the name is Rosetta (Latin) and Rosalia (Spanish).
Some Rose webpages: Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, Charlie Rose, Rose Byrne, Rose Bonanza, Rose Ranger, Mary Rose Wilcox, Rose Nolan
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Friday, February 01, 2002
289th most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.065%; percentile is 65.702
In English and Latin, Violet takes after the flower of the same name. Some variations of the name are: English--Iona; French--Violetta, Viollette, Yolanda
Some Violet webpages: Violet Sweet Haven, Violet Roefs, Violet Sharpe, Violet Gordon Woodhouse, Violet Indiana, Violet Oakley, Violet Oaklander, Violet Archer
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