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by Diane Stafford
Download 40,001 Best Baby Names fb2
Parenting
  • Author:
    Diane Stafford
  • ISBN:
    009190000X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0091900007
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  • Publisher:
    Ebury Press (July 1, 2004)
  • Pages:
    496 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Parenting
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    1531 kb
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    1709 kb
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    1229 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    871
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Stafford adds, "Having a baby is absolutely the most wonderful thing that can happen to a person, and I hope this book reflects my enormous respect for parents and my celebration of the special privilege of parenting.

4000 instead of 40,001!! best baby names!! the book in its self is set out pretty good,but and a big but is that the names are very silly and does not give you any good ideas!! the names keep coming up so many times in different pages!! and we are still looking for a boys name as this book.

4000 instead of 40,001!! best baby names!! the book in its self is set out pretty good,but and a big but is that the names are very silly and does not give you any good ideas!! the names keep coming up so many times in different pages!! and we are still looking for a boys name as this book gave us no idea at all. !! it should be call 4000 best baby names!! not worth the money!!! by bingster7909 Sep, 2011. Good book ++. Bought the book for more Baby name ideas

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40 001 Best Baby Names

Felolak
I haven't heard of 98% of the names in this book and a lot of them seem made up. Here's a few gems from A and B names: Alps, Ali-Baba, Ampy, Bacon, Breezy, Barman, Bazooka, Beach, Bevis (they surprisingly didn't have Butthead though). Anyway, if those names tickle your pickle then buy it, otherwise, I think ANY other baby name book would be better.
Gldasiy
Because I can't imagine anyone seriously recommending that people use these names, or honestly expecting us to believe that these names mean what the author claims.
I knew I had made a mistake in purchasing this book when I saw the list of "Alternative Spellings for Girl Names you Can't Pronounce". Are we seriously expected to name our daughters "Afrodytee"? If you don't know how to pronounce "Aphrodite" then perhaps that is not the name for you. Perhaps we should not give our children names that will forever announce to the rest of the world that her parents are culturally and intellectually illiterate. "Salowmee" instead of "Salome", "Dafnee" instead of "Daphne", the list is endless, and endlessly insulting to potential parents with at least a 6th grade education.

As is the rest of the book. "Jaylo"? It's apparently an American name, a combination of Jennifer and Lopez (duh) and the best part is, the author has decided it means "Charismatic." Uh-huh. I thought it meant, "I'll name my child after a singer/actress's nickname." Guess I was wrong.

And "Jaylo" is only one of the fabulous names the author wants us to consider inflicting on an innocent child. (...)I honestly cannot believe that this author did not just sit down one day with a bottle of vodka and put this book together. The huge number of names that appear on both lists (good to know that "Velvet" is a unisex name), the seven or eight versions of the same name that appear with different spellings, or variations on the theme that appear as different names (someone else already mentioned the page worth of "Billie Christine Billichristine Billikristine Billikris Billie Kris etc. etc.") and the made-up or regular object words as names with invented meanings (I'll name my baby "Couch." It means "lover of life". Because I said so.) make this a book I cannot recommend to anyone.
Please, buy a proper baby name book. This is a waste of money for anyone with the slightest conscience about what we name our children.
Winawel
As has been stated in other reviews, it is hard to take a book seriously when it features lists such as "soap opera names" or "cool names for athletes" (how biased is that??). As well, why even mention names such as "Bulldog" or "Money"? "Milagros" features under boys' names (as does "Citronella"!!), whereas it's a girl's name. Additionally, some names are in actuality non-existent - like the supposedly Scandinavian "Ikea" and "Jenz". Being Scandinavian, I can verify that only a furniture chain goes by the first name, and the latter name would correctly be Jensine. The French "Jamais" is described as meaning "ever", whereas the word actually means "never" (a very different meaning). It might be a fun book for those who love - and have time to spare for - reading endless lists, but for the serious ones, you'd be better off with a shorter, more accurate book.
Lightseeker
i gave this book two stars because, yes, it has a bazillion names in it but whether or not they're the "best" is up for discussion. some memorable names include schmoopie, chubby, dijonnaise, and flirt.

my family and i got a kick out of it but we'll be using another books for name ideas!
Ieregr
This book is truly wonderful! We have such a great time looking up family and friends names to find out their meanings. We keep it on the coffee table so everyone can enjoy looking! We have our first child (a girl)due this March and it was a joy to see that her name's meaning (a combo of her great grandmother's names) will fit her perfectly! Another aspect of this book which sets it apart from other baby name books is the section that interviews different men and women about where their names originated from. It gives you a great perspective of how much thought can go into choosing your child's name.

With its fun categories of names to its easy to read format, this book is a definite must for expecting parents!
Foiuost
In the B section for girls' names, it suggested Badger, Bubbles, and Butter, leading me to give up before we named our daughter Balloon Bradley without realizing it's not a name.

The authors seem to have missed the point that when it comes to baby names, quality is more important than quantity. 40,001, indeed.
Dilmal
We found this book very helpful, among other features it lists the origin of a name (German, Hebrew, American...) as well as the meaning and other similar spellings. The 75 Fun Lists was very interesting, Names for future Doctors, Names for girls that are beautiful, Names teachers can't pronounce, Names that spawn nasty nicknames, Most popular names of the 70's, 80's, 90's... 5 Stars!
My first child is on the way in October, and although we have a first name in mind, we wanted some ideas for middle names. If you are thinking about this book, don't do it based on the following names I found in the book: celery and dijonnaise. Were they just trying to reach 40,000 and 40,001 name so they could call it a day?