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How to Give Your Baby a Latin Name



It is the root of the English language - the mother of all romance languages. Now you can find a Latin name for your baby, complete with the definition of the name.

Steps:
1. Choose a happy, positive name for your child. For a girl, Allegra means happy and Lucy means bringer of light. For a boy, Orleans means golden, Ardell means eager and Carmine means song.

2. Decide on a strong name. For girls, Martina and Marcella mean warlike - the male version being Martin. Mars means bold warrior.

3. Select a heavenly name. For a girl, Celeste means heavenly, Bente and Benedicta mean blessed, and Baptista means baptizer. For boys, Bennett means little blessed one, and Dominic means "belonging to the Lord."

4. Opt for a name that symbolizes love and kindness. For girls, Amy means beloved, Charity means kindness and Clementine means merciful. For boys, choose Clement.

5. Choose a name synonymous with beauty. Bella means beautiful and Terrence means smooth.

6. Name your son Cato for wisdom, Herman for nobility or Francis for freedom.

7. Name your daughter Andrea for femininity, Concordia for harmony or Deana for divinity.


Tips:
Keep in mind that these names come from various parts of the country and can be derived from different cultures. The spellings and meaning may vary slightly from region to region - check with your family or other resources if this is important in naming your child.


Tips from eHow Users:
Latin is not the root of English by eHow Friend
Latin is not the root of English. This is a common misconception. Latin is a Romance language, whilst English is East Germanic. They both stem from a common ancestor known as Proto-Indo-European.
Latin pseudonym Rudolf S.
Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, more famously known as Lewis Carroll, selected his pen name using the same ingenuity as his greatest work, "Alice In Wonderland." By reverting his name Charles Lutwidge to Latin (Carolus Ludovicus) then, reversing them and putting it back into English, he came up with Lewis Carroll. Try it yourself and see if you like it!

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2. Herman
Herman is not a Latin name, it's German.
For nobility (aristocratic class) derive a name from "Patrician" i.e. Patrick. Alternatively derive from "nobilis" which just gets you back to the English word "Noble"

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