By Diane Stafford

60,001+ Names
222 Lists
Your depended on Resource

60,001 most sensible child Names is the fundamental source you must locate the precise identify on your child. This worthy publication contains not just Hollywood's most recent choices (think Monroe and undergo) and glossy developments in child naming, but additionally millions of vintage and standard names that even Grandma will like. inventive lists, quintessential details, and millions of strategies can help you decide the best identify to your baby.

Over 60,001 names, with meanings, origins, and derivations
Over 2 hundred thought-provoking lists
the preferred names for girls and boys (and twins!)
Worksheets for fogeys to record their favorites
Hollywood's most well-liked names
Ethnic names from round the world

Diane Stafford is the writer of twelve books, together with the number 1 bestselling 50,001 most sensible child Names. She lives in California.

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J" s Into "M ar, In the same way that we attribute good qualities to attractive people before we know them, people with "good" names may get a free pass just by virtue of having been named well. Maybe we simply perceive that people named Elizabeth and David are more substantial, and that paves their way to greater success and wealth than Terrell, Brandy, Fifi, or Fluffy. N ames make statements. Images of success come with names like Elizabeth and Michael, Madison and Ethan, whereas people take less seriously the Roxies, Bambis, Roccos, and Bucks of this world.

But good names can indeed provide an edge. You absolutely can choose a name that will help your child make friends more easily, have more confidence, have fewer psychological hang ups, be happier and more successful, and perhaps become the richest guy or girl on the block. 17 18 * en According to the Barclays survey, the top ten high-earning boys' names were: Q) 8 as s:: >. 0 +-' en Q) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. David John Michael Peter Paul 6. Andrew 7. Richard 8. Robert 9. Mark 10. -t o o... o (0 And the survey yielded these top ten high-earning girls' names: 1.

In fact, those most likely to bring home a six-figure income are men named David, John, and Michael. When Barclays's analysts looked at sixty thousand of their high-end customers whose annual salaries topped £100,000 ($180,000), Susans topped the list of female wage earners, and close behind were Elizabeths, Sarahs, and Janes. Other femmes who brought in big bucks were named Alison, Helen, and Patricia. Remember, though, that these were names that parents gave their kids in the '60s. Making projections based on lists of favored names for 2011, what we'll probably see topping the earners' chart forty years from now are Emmas and Isabellas, Ethans and Jacobs.

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