Celebrity baby names (Part II.)

Keeva

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Actors Alexis Denisof and Alyson Hannigan picked this unique variant on the Celtic classic Caohime, a name that means “beautiful and precious,” for their baby girl.

Livingston

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Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves may have doomed their son to a lifetime of “Livingston, I presume” jokes by giving him this name.

Milan

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Shakira and Gerard Pique picked this fashionable place name for their son (and helped it jump nearly 150 places in popularity).

North

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It’s the name that launched a thousand jokes, but hopefully North West, the daughter of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, will grow to love her name.

Otis

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Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde paired this charmingly old-fashioned name with the more popular Alexander for their son.

Poppy

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This fresh and fun floral name is another British favorite, and was chosen by True Blood actors Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin, along with former First Daughter Jenna Bush Hager and husband Henry Hager.

Quinn

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This unisex name is pretty popular amongst celebs and the masses. Sharon Stone gave it to her son, while Jenna Wolfe and Stephanie Gosk used it for their daughter.

River

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Singer Kelly Clarkson paired the poetic nature name River with the floral Rose for her daughter.

Shiloh

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An ancient Hebrew name was the pick for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s daughter. It means “tranquil.”

Tennessee

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Reese Witherspoon made a sentimental place name choice when she named her son Tennessee James after the state where she grew up.

 

To be continued…

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