Connecticut’s Top 10 Baby Names That Have Powerful Meanings
Why do some parents handpick specific names for their newborns? Maybe it's because some of those names have incredibly powerful connotations.
When Mindy and I picked out names for our kids, Matthew, Ethan, and Allie, our decisions were based on what we liked, of course, and how their names would fit into everyday life as they grew up. I'm not ashamed to say that I'm a conformist. According to hercampus.com, the following celebrities hold the opposite view. The following are 5 of the weirdest names that celebrities have named their children:
- Blue Ivy - Beyonce and Jay-Z
- Puma - Erykah Badu
- Audio Science - Shannyn Sossamon
- Zuma Nesta Rock - Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale
- Moon Unit - Frank Zappa
The following are the top 5 girl's names and top 5 boy's names in our great state of Connecticut, according to the Social Security Administration:
Olivia was first used by William Shakespeare in Twelfth Night.
- Olivia Munn - TV and movie actress
- Olivia Wilde - TV and movie actress
Hebrew name meaning, "rest" and "comfort."
- Noah Wyle - TV actor
- Noah Syndergaard - Mets pitcher
Emma means "whole" or "universal."
- Emma Watson - Movie Actress
- Emma Stone - Movie Actress
Liam is an Irish name for "strong willed" and "protector."
- Liam Neeson
- Liam Gallagher - rock singer
Greek name "wisdom."
- Sofia Vergara
- Sophia Loren
Benjamin is of English origin and means "Son of My Right Hand"
- Ben Affleck
- Ben Stiller
Ava is of Latin origin and means "Like a Bird."
- Ava Gardner
- Ava DeVernay
Logan is a name of Irish origin and it means, "From the hollow."
- Logan Lerman
- Logan Paul
Isabella is of Italian origin and means, "God is My Oath"
- Isabella Rossellini
- Isabella Hofman
Alexander is of Greek origin and means, "Defender of the People."
- Alexander Hamilton
- Alec(Alexander Hamilton