The Merry Month of March is in full swing, hope you’re well caffeinated the first day post-daylight savings time, and ready for a beautiful bouquet of fresh modern name inspiration!
Singer-song writer Elton John, born Reginald Kenneth Dwight was born on March 25th. An English surname now synonymous with the musical legend, Elton means from the old town.
American Poet Robert Frost was born on March 26th. A fan of Frost’s work, I love the idea of using his surname as a middle name. Frost has a crisp, clean sound, no pun intended.
Classically beautiful and talented actor Keira Knightly, blows out her candles on March 26th. Originally spelled Kiera, Knightly brought light to this lovely Irish name. Keira means little dark one and is well loved currently ranked at Number 331.
Oscar Issac, who you may know best as Poe Dameron from Star Wars celebrates his Birthday on March 9th. Another great Irish name, Oscar is a name rich in history and literary ties. Oscar has old-man vibes and is used world-wide. Currently ranked at Number 192, Oscar means deer-lover.
Actor and writer Rhea Perlman was born on March 31st. Mia, Gia, Leah, I could go on and on listing names that are sisters to the lovely and rarely used Rhea. Rhea is a Greek mythological name meaning a flowing stream. At 867 in popularity, Rhea is familiar but far from being overly used.
Theodore Seuss Geisel, best known as “Dr. Seuss” was born on March 2nd. Ted, Teddy, Theo, yep, there are lots of adorable nicknames to the classic Theodore and it gets bonus points for being Dr. Seuss’ first name. Theodore is on the rise, currently coming in at Number 62. A Greek name meaning gift of God, Theodore is a name to watch!
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