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  • Sunday, 1 May 2016

    Inspired Baby Boy Names By Movies & TV Shows

    Baby Girl Names From Movies:
    1. Alice:

    Alice, the curious and the imaginative protagonist of Disney’s film “Alice in Wonderland”, has been a baby name inspiration from time immemorial. This classic, feminine name is a shortened form of the French name Adelais. It’s hugely popular in Sweden, where it ranked the most popular baby name for girls in 2009.

    2. Ava:

    Ava is the name of a humanoid robot with artificial intelligence in “Ex-Machina”. This name has become increasingly popular these days, partly due to Hugh Jackman and Reese Witherspoon selecting it for their daughters. A variation of Eve, Ava is the fifth most popular baby name for girls.

    3. Audrey:

    The name brings to mind Holly Golightly, Ms. Audrey Hepburn. But it’s also the character of a character in Disney’s “Atlantis: The Lost Empire”. This name is enjoying a steady popularity these days and currently ranks #40.

    4. Lauren:

    Lauren was the name of Reese Witherspoon’s character in “This Means War”. This popular baby name also nods to the very talented actress Lauren Bacall. The meaning of Lauren is ‘baby laurel’ and it was one of the top 25 names from the early 80s until the year 2006.

    5. Marilyn:

    Marilyn, the stage name of Hollywood’s quintessential golden girl, is rising in popularity these days. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Marilyn, the combination of Mary and Lynn is a one-person name. In fact, there were more than 700 babies named Marilyn last year.


    6. Akasha:

    This Sanskrit name for the fifth element is the female form Akash, which means ‘open sky.’ This moniker was used by Anne Rice in the “Vampire Chronicles”. The meaning of Akasha is ‘ether’. For the nickname, you can use Akki.

    7. Daisy:

    The much-awaited remake of “The Great Gatsby” did wonders for the name Daisy. It has risen several places since the year 2012 and is currently one of the top 30 names. This energetic and wholesome baby name is also considered a diminutive of Margaret.

    8. Juno:

    The titular character Juno and her boyfriend face an unplanned pregnancy in this movie of the same name. In the film, Juno’s father calls her Junebug for a pet name, which we think is an attractive option if you are thinking of using the name.

    9. Gabriella:

    If you have been humming all time long since you learned about your pregnancy, you should probably opt for a musically inspired name. Gabriella is the moniker of one the main characters of “High School Musical”. The meaning of this traditional name is ‘God is my strength’.

    10. Lena:

    Lena is one of the central characters from the movie “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”. We also have Lena Horne, the famous actress, singer and civil rights activities. Then you have Lena Dunham, the American actress. Either way, Lena, the pet form of Helena, is quite a strong name.

    11. Barbara:

    Barbara is the name of the protagonist of the German movie of the same name. Meaning ‘foreign woman’, the name Barbara was incredibly popular in the 50s and 60s. If you want the name to sound a little less old school, spell it as Barbra.

    12. Natalie:

    The name refers to Natalie Rushman aka Black Widow from the Marvel comic series. And fans of ‘West Side Story’ can consider this name for their little one for paying tribute to Natalie Wood. Meaning ‘birthday of the Lord’, Natalie currently ranks #17.

    13. Ginger:

    Yes, Ginger is also a name and is quite famous in America. It was the name of a character in “Gilligan’s Garden”. It was also the moniker of Virginia Katherine McMath, better known as Ginger Rogers.

    14. Ingrid:

    Ingrid Bergman, the Casablanca star gave this classic Scandinavian name has loads of panache and glamor. The name is still not much heard today and could barely crack top 1000 in the United States.

    15. Briony:

    This unique and lovely name is inspired from the movie “Atonement”. This moniker is so unique that most of your friends wouldn’t even know where it came from. The meaning of Briony is ‘to sprout’.

    16. Samantha:

    Samantha is the lovable lead from “The Brat Pack” series. As a name, Samantha has plenty of nickname options- Sam, Sammy, Sammie, Sami, Samatha and all are equally good.

    17. Katniss:

    Katniss is the kind, loving, yet fearless heroine of the “Hunger Games” trilogy. This slightly unusual and unique baby name has gained immense popularity over the recent years.

    18. Hermione:

    Harry has always been a familiar name, but the name Hermione definitely rose because of the super popular “Harry Potter” series. The film starred the elegant Emma Watson, and her best pals Ron and Harry.


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