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25 Names For Capricorn Babies

Astrology has been for decades a reason of study for the most curious minds. And it has become a source of inspiration for many mothers who seek to know how the influence of the planets will be in their daily life and their personality at certain times of the month or year. Many mothers, when they discover that they are pregnant, usually look for the astral sign that will be their sun, and they tend to research about the characteristics and qualities that children born under certain astros have.

For those mothers who love to read about astrology and always read their weekly horoscope, today they will find here 25 beautiful baby names inspired in the qualities and the best of the Capricorn sign. According to the astros, babies who are born between December 22th and January 21th are considered Capricorn, the tenth sign in astrology, a sign of earth that is ruled by the planet Saturn that within the trilogy of Earth represents the Sow.

Babies who are born under the influence of Capricorn are what many people like to call   "miniature adults," due to the fact that they tend to be serious and a bit world-weary. Capricorn people feel more comfortable in an environment where they have control; they are conscientious, and view life practically. In fact, with Saturn as their ruling planet, people born under this sign are known to be self-disciplined and hard-working. They are highly efficient and dedicated to becoming successful; conversely, Capricorns are associated with a sweet and shy personality.

25 Antonia

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Antonia is a feminine name that has diverse origins such as Italian, Spanish, English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Polish, Romanian, Greek, Croatian, Bulgarian, and Roman. This name means "priceless", and is the feminine version of the Spanish name Antonio. As many names of Latin and Spanish roots, Antonia has a certain charm that captivates everyone's attention.

Antonia is a lovely name that combines quite well with English-speaking surnames, while add that touch of originality that many parents seek nowadays. Among its qualities, we can highlight that it's easy to write, spell, and introduce. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 904 in the popularity charts.

24 Altman

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Altman is a masculine name that has Dutch, and German origins. This name means "wise man" and it's a variation of the name Aldman. This given name its usually associated with people who have a calm personality and work hard in order to achieve their dreams .

Capricorn people tend to be quite serious and the name Altman goes along with that personality. Altman could be the ideal option for parents who are looking for something different but at the same time elegant, and one of the advantages of this name is that combines quite well with almost any surname around the globe.

23 Briana

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Briana is a girls name that has diverse origins such as Celtic, English, Irish, and American. This name is the feminine version of the name Brian which means "strong". According to Behind the Name, Briana was used by Edmund Spenser in 'The Faerie Queene' (1590). The name was not commonly used until the 1970s, when it started to gain popularity in the United States.

Briana is a lovely name that could be the right option for a little princess. The name has a charismatic personality, it's elegant and easy to combine with middle names and surnames. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 899 in the popularity charts.

22 Bran

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Bran is a masculine name that has Irish, English, Celtic, and Gaelic roots. Due to its diverse origins, the name has differents meanings such as " sword", "fiery hill" and "raven". In Irland, the name is quite popular thanks to an old Irish legend that tells the adventures of a mariner called Bran. Its right pronunciation in English is BRAN.

For parents who are seeking for short and strong baby boy names, Bran could be what they are looking for. Short names have the advantage that are easy to write, spell, and remember. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 6.345 in the popularity charts, what it means that is not so used nowadays, a good point for parents who are worry about find something original and elegant.

21 Chantal

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Chantal is a baby girls name that has diverse origins such as French, English, and Dutch. This name refers to the act of singing, and it also comes from a French surname which was derived from a place which means "stony". According to Behind the Name it was originally given in honour of Saint Jeanne-Françoise de Chantal, the founder of the Visitation Order in the 17th century. It has become associated with French chant "song".

Chantal is one of those girls name that has that princess vibe, it's just lovely and combine perfectly with most of the English-speaking surnames. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 6.048 in the popularity charts.

20 Clinton

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Clinton is a baby boy name that has diverse origins such as English, Teutonic, and American. This name comes from a surname which was originally from an Old English place which means "settlement on the River Glyme". And as a curious fact, a famous bearer of the surname was the American president Bill Clinton.

Clinton is a masculine name that we usually find in classic baby names lists. Many parents sometimes worry when they choose classic names because they think they are not original enough, but the reality is that today many parents are taking the fact of choosing a name to the extreme by choosing something too complex , which has made classic names become something original because they are rare to hear today.

19 Darcy

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Darcy is one of those names that can be used for girls and boys and suit it them really well. The name has English, Irish, American and French roots. Darcy comes from an English surname which was derived from Norman French d'Arcy, originally denoting one who came from Arcy in France, it's also believed that this name means "dark". Moreover, the name is best known thanks to the character in Jane Austen's novel 'Pride and Prejudice' (1813).

Darcy is more common to hear nowadays as a masculine name. Its elegant, full of grace and it's easy to write, spell, and learn. Currently is in the ranked position number 404 in the popularity charts.

18 Dione

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Dione is a feminine name that has two origins, Greek and English. The name is a variation of the masculine name Dion, and it also means "wine", while in Greek Mythology Dione was Mother of Aphrodite, but probably fans of the 90s movie "Clueless" will associate this name with Stacey Dash's character, Dionne Davenport, Cher's best friend.

Dione is a lovely name for a little girl, it has impregnated in each of its letters a certain charisma that draw everyone's attention. This name is easy to write, spell, and pronounce, it also combines quite well with almost any surname around the globe. Finally, the name its currently ranked in the position number 5.388 in the popularity charts.

17 Emil

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Emil is a boys name that has a wide diversity of roots, such as Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, German, Romanian, Bulgarian, Czech, Slovak, Polish, Russian, Slovene, Serbian, Croatian, Macedonian, Hungarian, Icelandic, and English. This name comes from the Roman family name Aemilius, which was derived from Latin aemulus meaning "rival", but among its others meanings we can highligh "industrious" and "Lively."Emil is currently ranked in the position number 1.230 in the popularity charts, which is why it could be a great option for a baby boy, especially if his parents are trying to find something classic, and not that common among their friends' children.

16 Eartha

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Eartha is a feminine name that has origins such as German, American, and English. This name its the result of the combination of the English word earth with the feminine name suffix. And as a curious fact, we can highlight the American singer and actress Eartha Kitt (1927-2008).

For parents who are seeking an strong name, with personality, and that is so unique that is impossible to forget, Eartha could be what they are looking for. The name is currently ranked in the position number 20.836 in the popularity charts, which means that is rare to hear nowadays among little girls.

15 Flint

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Flint is one of those surnames that through of time it began to be used as a first name. And according to She Knows Flint it's also a place-name and its believed that it means "stream." Flint stone produces a spark of fire when struck by steel.

For parents that love shorts names, Flint could be what they are looking for. This is an easy going name impossible to forget, and it's easy to write, spell and pronounce. Besides, the name has the virtude that's easy to combine with diverse English-speaking surnames and middle names. Finally, the name is currently ranked in the position number 2.805 in the popularity charts.

14 Griselda

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Griselda is a feminine name that has diverse roots such as English, Scottish, and Spanish. According to Behind the Name, it's believed that the name possibly derived from the Germanic elements gris "grey" and hild "battle". And as a curious fact, this was the name of a patient wife in medieval tales by Boccaccio and Chaucer.

Griselda is one of those strong names that come along with that leader vibe. This is a lovely name that can combine perfectly with the right surname and middle name, besides it's easy to write, spell and pronounce. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 13.258, which means that is not that common among little girls, making it a perfect option for parents who are worry about being original.

13 Giles

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Giles is a masculine name that has diverse roots such as Gaelic, English, Greek, Latin, and American. The name comes from the Late Latin name Aegidius, which means "young goat" but it's also believed that means "kind". Moreover, according to Behind the Name, Saint Giles was an 8th-century miracle worker who came to southern France from Greece. He is regarded as the patron saint of the crippled. In old French, the name Aegidius became Gidie and then Gilles, at which point it was imported to England.

Giles is a charming baby boy name that combines perfectly with diverse surnames and middle names. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 9.205 in the popularity charts.

12 Harley

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Harley is a given name that can be used for both sexes as well, girls and boys. The name was originally a surname which was from a place name, itself derived from Old English hara "hare" and leah "woodland, and clearing."

Harley is a beautiful name for a baby girl. It's full of grace, is elegant and comes along with certain charisma. Its right pronunciation in English is HAHR-lee, and it's more common to hear in countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Scotland and the United States. This year the name is ranked in the position number 151 in the popularity charts.

11 Hamilton

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Hamilton is a masculine name that has diverse roots such as Scottish, American, and French. As many English-speaking given names, Hamilton comes from a surname which was derived from Old English hamel "crooked, mutilated" and dun "hill". According to Behind the Name, this surname was originally taken from the name of a town in Leicestershire, England which no longer exists.

Hamilton is usually found in lists of classic names for babies, and it could be a great option for parents who prefer something more traditional than modern and "original". This name is currently ranked in the position number 2.451 in the popularity charts, so it's not that common nowadays.

10 Jethro

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Jethro is a masculine name that comes from the Hebrew name Yitro, which was derived from the Hebrew word yeter meaning "abundance". According to the Old Testament, Jethro was a Midianite priest who sheltered Moses when he fled Egypt. He was the father of Zipporah, who became Moses's wife. But it's also believed that the name means " his excellence" and " his posterity."

Jethro is a very strong name that comes with a certain personality. When we hear the name for the first time it's impossible not feel curiosity about the person who bear the name. Currently, Jethro is ranked in the position number 1.196 in the popularity charts.

9 Judy

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Judy is a feminine name that has American and Hebrew roots. This name is a diminutive of Judith, and it means "Jewess" and "praised." A famous bearer was singer and actress Judy Garland (1922-1969).

The beauty of the name Judy lies in its simplicity. Short names tend to be easy to remember, write and spell, which helps to avoid that awkward moment in which the name must be spelled out and repeated because of its complexity, with names like Judy parents don't need to face those situations. This name is currently ranked in the position 1.483 in the popularity charts, and its right pronunciation in English is JOO-dee.

8 Leslie

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Leslie is another name that is suitable for both boys or girls. This name comes from a Scottish surname which was derived from a Scottish place. In fact, some people believed that the surname derived from Gaelic leas celyn which means "garden of holly". It has been used as a given name since the 19th century, but in America, it was more common to hear as a feminine name after the 1940s. Leslie is more common to hear today as a girls name in countries like the United States, France, and Canada.

This is a beautiful name that would sound wonderful either if its a girl or a boy. Leslie is currently ranked in the position number 925 in the popularity charts.

7 Lloyd

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Lloyd is a masculine name that has Celtic, Welsh, American roots. This name was originally a surname which was derived from Welsh llwyd which means "grey", and a famous bearer is the composer Andrew Lloyd Webber. Moreover, sometimes we can find this name as a girls name.

Lloyd is a charming and masculine name that tends to draw everyone's attention. Men who bear this name usually are people down to earth, and very pragmatic in the way they see life. It's right pronunciation in English is LOID, and this name is currently ranked in the position number 1.605 in the popularity charts.

6 Montana

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Montana is another example of how sometimes places can become in wolderful given names. The word Montana refers to the American state, which is derived from Latin montanus "mountainous", which means that the word has American and Latin roots. Its right pronunciation in English is mawn-TAN-ə.

This beautiful name could make a little baby shine, whether it's a boy or a girl, since many names are inspired by places they can be used for both sexes. And among its qualities, we can say that it's easy to combine with middle names, and diverse surnames around the globe, and it's easy to write, spell, and pronounce. Montana is currently ranked in the position number 2.282 in the popularity charts.

5 Mervin

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Mervin is a baby boy name that has Welsh, English, and Teutonic roots. This name is a variation of the name Mervyn and Merlin which means "from the sea fortress" and "mariner." It's right pronunciation in English is MUR-v!n.

Mervin is currently ranked in the position number 9.210 in the popularity charts, what it means that is rare to hear as a given name nowadays, making it an ideal option for parents who seek something original but not too complex or wild. Mervin is a name that we usually find in a list of classic names, its easy to write, learn and spell, and combine really well with different surnames.

4 Priscilla

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Priscilla is a feminine name that has diverse origins such as English, Italian, French, Ancient Roman, Latin, and Biblical. Behind the Name explains that Priscilla is a variation of the Roman name Prisca. It's also mentioned in the New Testament and it has been used as an English given name since the Protestant Reformation, being popular with the Puritans.

Priscilla is one of those names that are impossible to forget, each of it letters has impregnated that princess vibe that make you think about fairy tales and beautiful damsels. This name is currently ranked in the position number 515 in the popularity charts.

3 Phineas

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Phineas is a masculine name that has Biblical, Hebrew, English, and Greek roots. The name is a variation of the name Phinehas used in some versions of the Bible, which means "mouth of brass." It's right pronunciation in English is FIN-ee-əs.

Nowadays the name is associated with one of the characters from the Disney animated television series "Phineas and Ferb" reason why the name has gained popularity again. Phineas is a lovely name for a baby boy, it has charisma, it's charming, and combine quite well with diverse surnames and middle names. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 1.801 in the popularity charts.

2 Stanford

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Stanford is a masculine name that comes from English and American roots. This name was originally a surname which was derived from a place name meaning "stone ford" in Old English. It also means "stony meadow", and it's right pronunciation in English is STAN-fərd.

This name is more common to hear in the United States than other countries, and is currently ranked in the position number 2.859 in the popularity charts. Stanford is a masculine name, strong and full of personality, it's easy to learn, write, spell, and pronounce it, besides Stanford combines quite well with a wide diversity of surnames, so maybe, this name it's what some parents are looking for their baby boy.

1 Zelda

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Zelda is a baby girls name that has diverse roots such as Teutonic, English, Latin, and German. The name is the abbreviation of Grizelda, but its also believed that this given name comes from the Old German, meaning 'grey battle' or 'Christian battle'. Among other meanings, we can highlight 'gray', and 'gray-haired.

Zelda has gained popularity again since Netflix brought Sabrina Spellman back to life with the tv series " The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina". Zelda, played by Miranda Otto, is one of  Sabrina's aunts who help her with her magic and teenage problems. The name is currently ranked in the position number 545 in the popularity charts.

References: behindthename.comsheknows.com, babycenter.com

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