Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Indian Baby Boy Names: A Comprehensive Popular Inventory

If you are in search of popular Indian baby boy names, you will be happy to find out that there is a comprehensive inventory of such baby boy names. We will talk only about several of them, but you may be sure that there are hundreds of more names which could suit your preferences.

One important thing about the top choices of mothers and fathers is that both resonance and meaning seem to weigh a lot in the fondness for Indian baby boy names. Subsequently, you will see with your own eyes and also sift through your own liking those unusual baby boy names whose meanings encircle notions of light, divinity, luck and blessing.

Let's Get Started

Two acclaimed Indian boy names are: one, Deven, and the other one, very close in meaning to the first, Devante. Their meanings both make reference to divine natures, the first one meaning "god" while the second one stands for "blessed, heavenly". Sameer and Arjun, two names with strikingly Oriental resonances, mean "light wind" and, correspondingly, "white"; so, once again, connotations centering on positive, constructive characteristics. For instance Ean's resonance resembles those of Ian and Jan, stands for "awaited, expected".

Personalize It

Be constructive yourselves and dare consult the comprehensive inventory of Indian Baby boy names; but always keep in mind that you must be careful about the baby name you choose. Be sure, first of all, that an Indian first name or middle name is compatible with your own - and your child's, subsequently - first name, so that you avoid combinations which could sound odd and even hilarious.

In addition, a more common middle name accompanying an Indian baby boy first name could spare your son a lot of difficulties in his first years of school attending. Spelling is often unconventional in the case of these names and a more conventional middle name, harmonizing in resonance and meaning with the Indian first name, could prove helpful in class, when name games are played or when test papers are taken. The bonus is given by an inventory so comprehensive of Indian baby boy names that it is practically out of the question not to find one you like.

About the author

Meredith Schine is a proud mother of two, Zack and Guy. She is also known for her unique baby gift ideas and her special way of thinking about baby boy names. Visit her webpage to read more about unique baby boy names and gifts ideas.

Saturday, June 02, 2007

Flower Baby Names

Flowers beautify the garden, house, and room. The male gives flowers to female to gain affection from her. As we like to beautify our environment, we also like to beautify our baby. So, we sometimes name the baby with name of the flowers.

Flower means blooms or blossoms. The main function is to reproduce. The pollens in the flowers spread to produce more flowers. In trees, the fruit starts as flowers. After the flowers fertilize, the flowers turns into a fruit. In the fruit, you will see seeds for the next generation of trees.

Humans have used flowers for hundreds of years. The flowers have been in our culture like wedding ceremony, Christenings ceremony, home decoration, funeral flowers, and gift giving. The wedding flowers intensify the beauty of the wedding dresses with flowers in corsages, boutonnieres, hairclips, and bouquet.

The flower baby names are coming back in popularity. For example, Rose, Blossom, Dahlia, Rosemary, Daisy, Flora, Heather, Hyacinth, Iris, Ivy, Jasmine, Lily, Rhoda, and Violet have risen in popularity.

Rose is a German baby name which means fame. Although Rose is usually associated with Rosa, Rose is actually from German origin. Rosa is from a Latin word. The variants of Rose are Rosemary, Rosalind, Rosanne, and Rosario.

Blossom is an English baby name which means fresh. The baby name was popular in the 20th century.

Dahlia is the national flower of Mexico. Anders Dahl from Sweden brought the flower to Mexico. The flower has bold and vibrant colors.

Daisy is another English baby name which means eye of the day. The florist uses the daisies to brighten the wedding. The daisy has a yellow center with white petals all around.

Like the Lily, the flower gives classic beauty and romance to the baby names. Often, the florists like to use Calla Lilies and Casa Blanca Lilies in an enchanting wedding. Lily is an English baby name which is a symbol of innocence, purity, and beauty.

Rhoda is one of the biblical baby names. In the holy bible, Rhoda serves the Christ disciples. In Greek, Rhoda means rose.

About the author

Dennis Estrada is a webmaster of unique baby names, ancient greek baby names, and saint names for babies website.