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Do blondes really have more fun? Well, parents of blondes will definitely have more fun looking through this list that we made just for them! The word blonde is originally French. The "blonde" spelling is the feminine form and the male form is spelled "blond. Though parents don't really know for certain what color hair their babies will have, some have a pretty good idea. There is a long list of names that literally mean blonde, blond, or fair haired and fair. Rare names like Gannon and more common ones like Blake mean blonde or fair haired and would be perfect for a little towhead!
Lucky for parents expecting a fair haired little one, we've put together a list of blond and blonde names that we absolutely love! No, we can't predict what our future babies will look like, but if it's a possibility that they could have fair hair, how fun would it be to have some names ready? For those parents who don't quite know what their little bundle of joy will look like, jot these down for the big day! Gwen is another name that had its glory days, went out of fashion, but is now completely on the upswing.
Gwen is Welsh for "white circle. Though Gwen entered charts in , it never reached a higher than It was almost completely kicked out of the top from to However, Gwen totally looks like it's about to make a pretty big comeback, maybe because of Gwen Stefani or Gwyneth Paltrow, who are both blonde! Gwen and all of its pretty variations and diminutives all mean "white, white circle. This unisex celebrity favorite is English for "fair haired. Blake has so much going for it on both the boy's and girl's sides. Blake has historically been more popular for boys than girls. It has been in the top from until Today it sits at However, it didn't first begin to be used for girls until , and even then it remained in the high s.
It finally made its way into the top and hit last year. While Blake Carrington from Dynasty , the reason for the popularity boost in the 80s, is a famous male name bearer. Kayla is Hebrew or Arabic for "fair, laurel, crown. This moniker didn't find itself on charts until and it took a couple decades for parents to start loving it. After they did, Kayla was in the top from through , but it didn't go far. It's still ranked and is a top name in Ireland and Scotland as well. Some of Kayla's success in the 80s is credited to the soap opera, Days of Our Lives.
Kayla is a familiar name to most of us, and now that we know its meaning, it just makes it more perfect for a pretty blonde. I love this name! It's a shame that my babies tend to be dark haired because Finn is another name that suits a blonde slightly better than a brunette.
Finn is Irish for "fair or white. Finn broke into the top 20 last year coming in at Finnian hasn't been ranked in the U. The German spelling, Fynn, is also an up and comer, but, sorry brunettes, it has the same meaning! While sometimes Kenzie is used as a shortform for the unisex Mackenzie, it is also a name that can stand strong on its own.
Kenzie is Scottish for "fair haired. It's currently ranked in the U. Kenzie is definitely a more refreshing take on Mackenzie, which has been a top girl name for over two decades. For parents with a fair haired little girl or boy and love Mackenzie but want something not overused, Kenzie is a great fit! This moniker is absolutely perfect for a blonde boy, and no, it isn't Scottish or Irish! Kenyon is an English name which means "blonde or white haired.
Kenyon actually dates back as far as the 14th century. It made its way over seas to America in the 17th century. Despite its history, it does have some youthful name bearers like professional basketball player for the LA Clippers, Kenyon Martin, known as K-Mart. Kenyon is one of the more non-traditional sounding names on this list and we love it for that! It sounds like a newer name or even a place name, but the fact that it has a rich history dating back so far only makes it better. Bronwyn is a Welsh name that means "white or white breasted. However, this spelling in Wales is strictly for males.
Bronwyn is finding some love from Americans just as it does in Wales. It reached last year after it first entered charts. In Welsh mythology, Bronwen is the daughter of Llyr, god of the sea and Branwen is seen in medieval Welsh literature as a figure that turned into a bird, just like Bronwyn used in the young adult novel, Mrs.
Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. Bronwyn is definitely on the upswing and we are sure to be hearing a lot more of it in years to come. Better snag this one for your little toe headed girl soon! You're not going to believe this, but Bowie is also another Scottish name that means "blonde. David Bowie, however, wasn't born Bowie. He was born David Robert Jones. Bowie has never been ranked until 2o17, probably because of David Bowie.
It came in at , just barely breaking into the top Bowie might just end up ing Lennon and Marley in the musical name category. Bowie for a blonde baby boy or girl is definitely better than those! The blonde bombshell in the s, Farrah Fawcet, basically coined this name for blondes. One of the original Charlie's Angels and a true Hollywood success story, Fawcet is probably the most famous name bearer. Not only does she help this name to make it on this list, but Farrah actually means "fair haired" in English.
When Farrah entered the American list in it entered at its all time highest ranking, , probably because of Fawcet. After that, it plummeted and never reentered the top Farrah hit again in Farrah and alternate spelling, Farah, which is actually Arabic, might just be headed upward once again as it reenters the American list. It's the perfect time to choose this moniker for your fair headed baby girl! I used to think this moniker would look better on a darker haired boy, but Dwight is actually German or Dutch for "white or blonde.
Dwight is also a variant of Dewitt, which means the same thing, but we like Dwight better. Dwight is one of those names that had a ton of success in the late s and early s. It was in the top names for almost 20 years around the s. Then it started to fly under the radar, in the top , but not hugely popular. It completely dropped off charts in For parents who have that toe headed little boy and want a name that represents him well, Dwight couldn't be more perfect!
Bianca is Italian for "white. When I was a baby I literally had white hair, and Bianca would definitely have been fitting. If you're stuck on a name and end up having a bleach blonde baby, Bianca is what you're looking for! Bianca has moved up to in the U. It made its way over to the States in and spent most of the s and 90s in the top Bianca never dropped below the top , and looks to be making a comeback.
This moniker made its way to the U. Jagger in Albin, sometimes spelled Alben or Alban, is an ancient Roman name that is Latin for "white. It's pronounced all-ben , not like Alba as in Jessica Alba. The spelling Albin is a popular Swedish spelling, currently ranked Alban has never been on the popularity list, despite it being the name of our 35th president, Harry Truman's, Vice President.
He was believed to have been beheaded in Roman Britain for his faith. Albin is a forgotten name that entered charts in and disappeared by Whichever spelling you prefer, Albin deserves a comeback! We love this name for a blonde baby boy of today! This one was a shock to me, but did you know that Jennifer is actually be suited for a blonde? Jennifer is the Cornish variation of the Welsh name Guinevere, which means "white wave or white shadow.
Jennifer entered charts in and didn't waste any time heading to the top. By it was in the top baby names. It hit the top ten in and remained there until It was actually the 1 baby name in the U. There were a ton of little Jennifers running around in the s! I wonder how many of them were blonde! Jennifer has been being replaced by others like Jenna and Genevieve, but we love bringing back Jennifer for a little fair haired maiden of You absolutely cannot get a more fitting name for a blonde baby boy than Boyd.
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