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Good names inspired by notorious bad girls

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Ah, the hopes and dreams we have for our baby girls. We give them beautiful names and a solid upbringing in the hopes they'll be healthy, happy and successful. Not all daughters grow up to be good girls, however; but their dirty deeds still don't detract from the loveliness of their names.

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Golden Girl baby names: A new take on old classics

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Blanche. Rose. Dorothy. Sophia. The funny ladies from The Golden Girls sported names that were quite popular for their generation. But these are certainly not "old lady" names. In fact, we'd love to see some of these antique gems restored to their former Glory, wouldn't you?

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Elegant nine-letter baby names

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Nine is such a great number. Or at least that trick for multiplying by nines on our fingers saved our tails more than once in grade school. Celebrate the magic of this number with our favorite elegant nine-letter baby names for boys and girls.

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The top baby names from 1914

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If you love the feel of old-fashioned names, don't just scan today's lists and books for names that sound old — go straight to the stats. We've gathered up the top 50 names for boys and girls from 100 years ago to get you started.

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Yearbook baby names 2014: Weird but true

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What's up with kids' names these days? Are their parents really bad spellers?  Do they not care that their children will be saddled with a confusing name for life?  As I scrolled through the 2013-14 elementary and high school yearbooks for our tiny rural community, I was struck by the insane number of spelling variations of names, the is-that-kid-a-boy-or-a-girl frequency of unisex names and the liberties many parents took in simply creating a name that we'd spend the next 12 years trying to pronounce. Take a look for yourself:

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