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Popularity of the Baby Name Favre

Number of Babies Named Favre

Born in the U.S. Since 1880

Posts that Mention the Name Favre

More Sporty Boy Names – Mattingly, Marchetti, Marciano

I knew about the baby boys named Wrigley Fields, Zambrano and Brett and Favre. But here are a few more sports-inspired boy names that I only just learned about:

  • Mattingly. Yankees fans Deedee and Mike Marinaccio of Orlando named their son Mattingly after Don Mattingly. The name of their second son, Alexander Randolph, was inspired in part by Alex Rodriguez and Willie Randolph.
  • Marchetti and Marciano (as middle names). Jenny Angelici of Huntington Beach, CA, named her sons Gino Marchetti and Nicholas Marciano in honor of football player Gino Marchetti and boxer Rocky Marciano.

Have you come across any sports-inspired baby names recently?

Source: What’s in a name?

Twin Boys Brett and Favre Named after Packers Quarterback

Twins Brett Aaron Kinsaul and Favre Moses Kinsaul were born in Palatka, Florida on February 22nd — not long before the real Brett Favre announced his retirement from the NFL.

Brett and Favre’s father, originally from Florida, lived in Wisconsin for about three and a half years. I’m guessing he became a big Packers fan while he was there.

What do you think of the names?

Source: Packers News, via Catch This