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Baby Name Needed – Girl Name for Maeve’s Sister

A reader named Kelly is expecting her second daughter in May, and she’d appreciate a few name suggestions. She writes:

Our first daughter, Maeve, was named really easily, and we grow to love the name more and more. However, we are having an exceptionally difficult time finding a second girl’s name that we like as much. I especially like Gaelic/Celtic names, but am willing to consider other options as well.

Here are some names that I think could work with Maeve:

Beatrix
Bevin
Blythe
Bree/BrĂ­gh
Bridget
Brynn
Caitlin
Carys
Chloe
Clio
Darcy
Deirdre
Eileen
Fiona
Freya
Gemma
Greta
Gwen
Hazel
Iona
Isla*
Ivy
Lorna
Lucy
Lyra
Miriam
Moira
Nora
Oona
Opal
Orla/Orlagh
Phoebe
Piper
Quinn
Rhona
Riona
Stella
Sylvie
Tamar
Tatum
Tegan
Tess
Tirzah
Zelda

*Pronounced EYE-la, but happens to looks just like the Spanish word for island, isla, pronounced EES-la.

Which of the above do you like best for Maeve’s little sister? What other names would you suggest to Kelly?


Phone Book Fishing in Indiana – Arliss, Kevitt, Qune, Wolfgang

Today I visited another friend — he lives in an Indiana city about twice the size of the Illinois town I was in yesterday. Here were the most interesting names I found in his phone book:

Adalberto
Anson
Arliss
Augustin
Bedrich
Bevin
Boudewyn
Dorcel
Iontcho
Jichao
Livinia
Kevitt
Lanette
Naglaa
Natarajan
Norbert
Obdula
Onda
Qune
Raluca
Solange
Summerlyn
Szilvia
Theran
Venkat
Wolfgang
Yudaya
Zandra

I’ll be in Chicago for most of the coming week, so I’ll keep my eyes/ears open for more cool names…