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by Lareina Rule

The most complete baby name book! Name Your Baby by Lareina Rule includes origins, meanings, nicknames, and famous namesakes, PLUS a special baby personality horoscope.

The most complete baby name book! Name Your Baby by Lareina Rule includes origins, meanings, nicknames, and famous namesakes, PLUS a special baby personality horoscope. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 210 pages.

Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. From Abigail to Zachary, the most complete book of its kind, with more than 10,000 names! Inside this book

From Abigail to Zachary, the most complete book of its kind, with more than 10,000 names! Inside this book: - Accurate meanings for each name. Its country of origin.

From Abigail to Zachary, the most complete book of its kind, with more than 10,000 names! Inside this book: - Accurate meanings for each name. The historical and literary figures who make it famous. The root word for each name. Nicknames and variations. The Special Astrology section that reveals your baby's character, personality, birthstone, flower, color and more.

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The book is Name Your Baby by Lareina Rule. Isn’t that a great name? The queen who rule. The copy I grew up with fell apart, but fate brought me another. It indicates that the book was first published in 1963, and had enjoyed its 40th printing as of 1981. This bestselling book includes over 6,500 names. And even those 6,500 represent only a drop in the ocean. I discover new-to-me names nearly every day.

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Home Rule, Lareina; Lareina Rule Name Your Baby. Rule, Lareina; Lareina Rule. Published by Bantam Books, In. New York, 1966. Used Condition: Very Good Soft cover.

I can't really comment really comment on the book as a resource for naming babies, though it seems to have a good selection of classic and traditional names. I use the book as a writer. I find it to be a great writer's tool for names. It is useful to me because it has the origins, meaning and historical name variants based on the root version of the name. This is a great help when I name characters, and the historical, ie Old English, Old Welsh, etc. versions are particularly useful for fantasy names. As a bonus the, historical names are good for coming up with a unique Internet account name. :)
So many names, so much information, so much fun! I practically had it memorized by the time my first was born. The horoscope section gives you a peek into your bundle of joy's personality, their traits, their preferences,...even potential career tracks! The list of names is plentiful, complete with meanings, origins, and alternate spellings. I have since misplaced my copy. Not to worry, I knew exactly what I wanted and no substitutes are acceptable. Whether you're a mom or a mom-to-be or shopping for either one, this is the only name book to buy.
This is a cute book with baby names and meanings. If you are looking for more detail about names or more unusual names, I prefer my copy of Beyond Jennifer & Jason, Madison & Montana.
Not what I thought it would be, just wanted simple name book.two many very odd names,meanings!I wouldn't really reccomend this one
"Name Your Baby" is a guide designed to help new parents select a name for the new addition to the family. It includes hundreds of different name options for boys and girls, along with the national origins for each name and the meaning behind the name. With some names, the guide also includes famous people who share the name (if it's a lesser- known name) and trivial facts.

This guide can be useful when one is in need of some brainstorming suggestions for baby names. It is also fun to use for finding out information on the various names- where they originated and what they mean. But it isn't the perfect guide for several reasons, most notably the fact that it hasn't been revised for nearly twenty years. This guide was first released back in the early 1960's and it was updated a few times since then. But it hasn't been updated since the last publication date in 1986 and because of this, there are many modern names that will not be found in this guide.

One other problem I had with this book is the section on astrology. This part of the guide is found near the front and it attempts to explain to you, the parent to be, what personality traits you can expect your new baby to have based on his/her Zodiac sign. This seems out of place in a book like this one since we have little control over out baby's astrological sign. It would have been better if the guide eliminated this section and replaced it with something similar- a section that deals with something relating more directly to a baby.

Overall, this guide is ok as a name resource because it can help you brainstorm when you have no idea what name to choose. It has a few flaws and is in desperate need of a revision, but it can help new parents in making this important decision. Well- known names and rare and unusual names are spelled out in this book, providing both traditionalists and new age parents a place to start when the time comes to search for the right name for their new baby.
Sadaron above the Gods
This book of classic, traditional baby names includes a fair number of unusual ones, as well as ones I'd never heard of. First published in 1963, it's been revised and reprinted several times, the last revised edition dating from 1986. The only recent "trendy" names it includes are ones that were popular in the 1980s. The book hails from a time when baby naming culture was a little different than it is today. The book would be good for anyone looking for forgotten, classic baby names that are ready to be new again. The meaning of each name is also given, an indispensable component of the baby naming process.
My mother used this book over thirty years ago to name my sisters and myself -- and we still have the dog-eared/broken spined original, complete with circled, what-were-you-thinking, thank-God-you-didn't-call-me-that names. (Makes for a great keepsake.) I often use baby name books in my line of work and have at least five, but this one is by far the best: great definitions and "foreign" variations of common names put it above the rest, plus a surprisingly informative astrology section. I had to deduct a star, though, because even the latest addition neglects proper pronunciations, which is disappointing.
Another good one: try The New Age Baby Name Book by Sue Browder if still in print; over 3000 African, Hindu, Arabic, Native American and Occult/mythological names. Enjoy, and happy naming!
Names, like clothing, go out of style and date. This is one of the older Baby Name books out there that I've found. It contains classic names with classic spellings. Well researched, not misleading in any way, and a joy to use as a reference tool. In fact I searched for 2 years to try to replace it before it was reprinted. Never loan out your books.
Name Your Baby ebook
Lareina Rule
Women's Health
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