Pregnancy/Maternity

The best websites for baby names

It was bound to happen, now that you need a name for your baby, you forgot all of your ideas! Well, here’s the Internet to the rescue!

With so much to prepare and so many tips coming from books, magazines and other parents, you can’t seem to think anymore! If the only names that come to mind are names that you have heard recently, here are five websites that will help you find an original and sophisticated name for your baby.

Baby Name Wizard

This American website will help you think of names while exploring the popularity of each. It also features names of the day and gives you insights and meanings for possible names. Finally, the baby name voyager is a fun tool that sorts names by popularity through time. Just by hovering your mouse, you will see names and their rankings from 1880 to 2015.

Pampers

On its website, Pampers offers a great search engine to browse names by origin or by entering a syllable. You can also check through a very complete list where you will surely find the perfect name!

Your government

Your provincial government has resources and statistics to help you find a suitable name for your baby. In Quebec, it is the RRQ that tracks the names given to babies born in that province. Alberta.ca, Ontario.ca and the Government of British Columbia also have great tools to compare the popularity of baby names.

Around the world

Whether you are looking for an original name or fan of another culture, Parents connect has a name for you. Browse by origin, alphabetical order or category until you find a name that you like. From Russian names like Marina to Turkish names like Hazan, you will find many beautiful options.

Motherforlife.com

Yes, us! We have a list that contains 5442 names for boys and girls, as well as a full section on baby names! We regularly add new articles to help you make up your mind. Come back often, your baby’s name could appear next week!

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