Category Archives: march babies

Mar
24

Fame: Born in March

Expecting a baby in the remainder of the month of March? If so, you’re in luck! Below is a list of famous people in history born during the last two weeks of March. Choosing a baby name has never been so simple! Take a look, and be inspired.

Boys:

Gabe (Hebrew): God’s able-bodied one -Gabe Kaplan, March 31, 1945
Kenny (Gaelic): Form of Kenneth, meaning “fire born” -Kenny Chesney, March 26, 1968
Quentin (Latin): Fifth -Quentin Tarantino, March 27, 1963
Vince (Latin): Form of Vincent, meaning “prevailing” -Vince Vaughn, March 28, 1970

Girls:

Annabella (Hebrew/Italian): God has favored me -Annabella Sciorra, March 24, 1964
Danica (Slavic): Morning star/from Denmark -Danica Patrick, March 25, 1982
Lucy (Latin): Form of Lucille, meaning “light”-Lucy Lawless, March 29, 1968
Norah (Greek): Shinning woman -Norah Jones, March 30, 1979

Mar
19

Million Dollar Names for a March Baby

The month of March brings with it the luck of the Irish. Someday, somewhere, a pot of gold will be discovered that will make a certain someone very happy. Until then, treasure the bundle of joy whose arrival you await. For a March baby, here are a few million dollar names that you might be interested in.

Boys:

Leo (Latin): Resembling a lion
Maxamillion (Latin): The greatest
Phineas (Hebrew): From the serpents mouth; an oracle
Sawyer (English): One who works with wood

Girls:

Isla (Gaelic): From the island
Macy (French): One who wields a weapon
Sophia (Greek): Having great wisdom and foresight
Violet (French): Resembling the purplish-blue flower

Mar
5

March Baby Names

With the first week of March almost underway, the beautiful weather that accompanies the changing season seems to be just within reach. If you are expecting your first, second, or third child during the month of March, consider this list of timeless baby names that will remind you of the spring season.

M: Molly (Irish): Star of the sea
A: Adam (Hebrew): Earth
R: Rachel (Hebrew): Beautiful in form and countenance
C: Corey (English): Good-peace
H: Haley (Old English): Hay meadow