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If you’re looking for a car name — or you’re a car-lover looking for a baby name — here’s a logical list for you: names that contain the word “car.”
- Cara, Carra
- Caren, Carin, Caron, Caryn, Karen
- Carey, Cari, Carie, Carrie, Carrie, Cary
- Carissa, Carisa
- Carleen, Carlene
- Carlee, Carleigh, Carley, Carli, Carlie, Carly
- Carlissa, Carlisa
- Carlisle, Carlyle
- Carlota, Carlotta
- Carlton, Carleton
- Carlyn, Carlynn
- Carmel, Carmela, Carmella, Carmelo, Carmello
- Carol, Carole, Carrol, Carroll, Caryl
- Caroline, Carolyne
- Carolyn, Carolynn
- Carsen, Carson
- Charisma, Carisma
- Karma, Carma
- Macario, Macarius, Macaria
- Ricardo, Ricarda
- Scarlett, Scarlet
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I haven’t posted any updates in, oh…4 months. Yeah, I’m a bit behind on that.
From way back in October: I know Carin picked Annika and Martha selected Olivia Mae, but I haven’t heard from Rachel.
From November: Alexis chose Makena Leigh, Mercedes picked Brooklyn, Emily decided on Lauren, Steff did indeed go with Genevieve, and Pamela settled on Elliott Samuel. Not sure about Char.
From December: Debra decided on Silvia Raine and Lauren went with Hannah Reilly. I haven’t heard from Lucas or Dacia.
From January: Jackie had a boy (not a girl!) named Lane Michael, Amy chose Alice Elisabeth, Rebecca picked Eva Grace, Jaime decided on Carlo Andrew, and Jamie stuck with Declan James. Zoe‘s adoption has not been finalized yet, so she still has time to decide (but she’ll let us know when she does). No word from Jill.
A reader named Carin recently e-mailed me. She and her husband are expecting a baby in December, and they’d like help coming up with a name. Carin says:
We live in England, but I’m Swedish and my husband is of Indian background (born in England). We’d like to find a name that’s got Indian or Scandinavian background, but is still easy to pronounce in English. At the moment we’ve come up with Siri (Swedish) or Millie/Mili for a girl, and Alek or Sameer for boy. However, they don’t feel completely right! If you have any suggestions, I’d be very grateful!
I like that Carin and her husband are zeroing in on short, simple names. I think that makes a lot of sense in this case. Here are some similar suggestions:
(For each gender, Swedish names are on the left and Indian names are on the right.)
What other names can you come up with?
Update, 6/03 – The baby girl is here! Check the comments to find out what her name is…