Babies NamesBook - 2005
For parents-to-be choosing a child's name is a joyful yet tricky task. There is, after all, only one right name for each baby! It is a task which can be approached in many ways: you may have names in mind and want to narrow the list down, or you may know that you want to give your child a nameof Irish origin, for example; or, you may be stuck for ideas and want to browse through lists of names in search of inspiration.This revised edition of Babies' Names will help you find the right name for your baby. The book gives all names in common use in the English-speaking world. It includes traditional names from Anne and Albert to Victoria and William, and modern names from Azalia and Bryn to Zanna, including additionsfor the very newest names. 48 pages of appendices include thematic indexes for categories such as Biblical names, names from television and films, and pet forms and nicknames, as well as the most popular names by year and by region. Babies' Names has everything parents-to-be need to make thisall-important choice, in a pocket size that means you need never be without inspiration.
Publisher: New York : Oxford Univesity Press, 2005.
Characteristics: xx, 387 p. ;,12 x 8 cm.