Category Archives: Occupation Names

Aug
16

Future Baby Doctors

Who doesn’t want their baby to grow up and be successful? Medical professionals seem to always be at the top of the economic food chain. Doctors, nurses, surgeons—these are the careers children start preparing for early in life to achieve a bright future. If a confident and strong name is the first step to raising your baby on the road to success, it could also be the first step to a rewarding livelihood. Don’t spend too much time worrying about your baby’s possible signature, because if your baby girl or boy does grow up to be a doctor, it probably won’t be legible anyway.

Boys:
Sanjay (Indian): One who is victorious
James  (Hebrew): Form of Jacob, meaning he who supplants
Stephen (Greek): Crowned with garland
Brian (Gaelic/Celtic): One of noble birth/having great strength

Girls:
Caroline (Latin): Feminine form of Charles; A joyous song; A small. Strong woman
Emma (German): One who is complete; A universal woman
Rachel (Hebrew): The innocent lamb; in the Bible, Jacob’s wife
Bethany (Hebrew): From the house of figs

Aug
8

Future Baby Chefs

Some of the most famous chefs started out as babies. Okay, all of them. Did their parents sense a hint of genius while their child prepared a masterpiece meal using only an Easy Bake Oven? Maybe they saw a dash of extreme talent when their baby girl or boy made a peanut butter and jelly sandwich à
la mode that was out of this world. Your baby can be the next cook causing customers to line up outside the restaurant doors. Who wouldn’t want a world class chef in the family? If you’ve had baby names on the back burner for a while, here are a few new ones to consider for your future chef!

Boys:
Tyler (English): A tiler of roofs
Robert (German): One who is bright with fame
Curtis (English): One who is courteous; Polite
Gordon (Gaelic): From the great hill; A hero

Girls:
Ann (Latin): A woman graced with god’s favor
Rachel (Hebrew): The innocent lamb; in the Bible, Jacob’s wife
Ina (Polynesian): In mythology, a moon goddess
Sandra (Greek): Form of Alexandra, meaning “helper and defender of mankind”