In 2015, Popsugar stated that unusual boy names were inspired by unique spellings of traditional names and reinterpreting Biblical and Greek names and from everyday modern words derived from current cultural trends. For ... More »

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Although various publications list the top 100 baby names each year, Parenting Magazine lists the top 100 baby names on its website, according to statistics from the U.S. Social Security Administration. The top five boy ... More »

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Nameberry.com lists the top 1,000 baby girl names for 2014. Parents.com offers a database of the top 100 baby girl names from the U.S. Social Security Administration. The database contains the top names for every year si... More »

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Homophones are words that sound like one another but have generally different spellings and meanings, and ahomophone dictionary provides lists of homophones in relation to their matching original term. Homophone dictiona... More »

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Some names with unusual spellings include “Alexzandre,” “Dafydd,” “Jayceson” and “Zakkery” for boys, and “Cydnee,” “Emileigh,” “Jazzmyn” and “Myah” for girls, as listed by Parenting magazine. While these names are tradit... More »

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Alexzandre, Ayden, Braedyn, Kolten, Konner, Kaleb, Josef, and Kristopher are some different spellings of popular names for boys. Jazmyn, Rebekkah, Emilee, Katherin, Raechal, and Abigayle are unique twists of common names... More »

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Since names can have multiple spellings that are pronounced the same, it is impossible to spell check names using a word processor or online service. However, baby name websites can help narrow the list of popular spelli... More »