Fun Fact: From the Greek deity of fertility and nature, Fauna.
Fun Fact: From the Spanish word cañon.
Fun Fact: From the Middle English wilwe, for the tree above.
Fun Fact: Skye is a variation, and can be used for boys or girls.
Fun Fact: Has risen in popularity recently thanks to the character that Jennifer Lawrence plays in the X-Men films.
Fun Fact: Giada is an Italian variation of the name.
Fun Fact: It means “faithfulness.”
Fun Fact: It means “rainbow” in Greek.
Fun Fact: The name is actually from the small, pinkish stone and not from the coral found in the ocean.
Fun Fact: The name peaked in popularity in 1991, the year after the TV show Blossom became a hit.
Fun Fact: Means “protector of mankind” in Greek.
Fun Fact: Can be found as both a given name and a surname.
Fun Fact: It is a common shortened name for Clifford or Clifton.
Fun Fact: From the French, meaning “flower.”
Fun Fact: Its popularity peaked in 2016, despite the fact that River Phoenix (the most famous person with the name) died in 1993.
Fun Fact: Wynter is a variation, and the name dates back to the 7th century.
Fun Fact: From the Old English meaning “a mown field.”
Fun Fact: It means “sun” in French, and is widely known thanks to Cirque du Soleil, and actress Soleil Moon Frye.
Fun Fact: Has appeared in the top 100 names for girls in the U.S. for the past 10 years.
Fun Fact: Has been commonly used as a name since the 1970s.