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Baby Boy Names

Baby boy names range from popular and common to unique and derogatory. Many parents opt for going with the popular baby boy names at the moment so that their child may play in the reindeer games with the other males without being heckled.

Other parents would like to put their own mark upon their child, like a dog lifting his leg, to mark their territory and proclaim, "This is my child!" Some parents wish to give a unique baby boy name in order to instill a sense of identity for the male child from an early age as in Johnny Cash's "Boy Named Sue". Okay, not at all like Sue, but you get the point.

Popular baby boy names have their place in regard with keeping with a family tradition.

For instance, if you were part of the Charles Manson family, you may wish to name your little boy, Chuck, Jr. to keep the lineage apparent and keep with tradition.

Unique baby boy names, on the other hand, may initiate a family tradition or trend and make a statement about the unique identity of the child or family. As an example, a family may wish to name their baby boy TAFKAP after The Artist Formerly Known As Prince or use that crazy indecipherable symbol that the musician used because of a legal battle.

Of course this wouldn't be totally be unique since it's been done before, but if the acronym or symbol were altered to something not spoken or seen before, this may suffice.

This also brings up the point that celebrities have long been the inspiration for baby boy names (and for girls as well). Just think how many young parents are naming their baby boys Justin, Keanu or Bernardo right now. Thank goodness the Snoops, will most likely be limited.

Baby boy names are the most boring when they are simply a restatement of the father's name as in Junior, III, IV or XL. What is preferred by many are misspellings of popular names such as Jawney, Rogger or Vynce. These misspellings of popular baby boy names keep with the gist of the name and the Hooked on Phonics theme so the child may eventually be able to spell his own name.

No matter what baby boy name you choose, however, remember that you can't really screw it up too badly. Your child will grow to hate his name, hate you and swear not to name his own child what you named him. If this is the case, you've done your job.


 
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