Once Common Baby Names That Are Becoming Extinct
Here are ten names that were once common to babies, but now there is a risk of extinction.
Choosing a name for your child may be easy for you. You may already have all the names you have planned and needed to be a mother or father for years. The names of ancestors, living family members, and people you seek in the community can be great sources of inspiration.
However, for others, it may seem difficult to choose the right name to accompany this small package (hopefully) for its long life. Want to keep traditions alive while opening the way to the future?
Here are ten names that were once common to babies, but now the risk of extinction.
It is hard to witness this disappearance. The name “Wendy” was first popularized in J
M Barrie’s Peter Pan novel. Does the fantastic nature of the story it comes from and the eternal youth fashion it represents embodies?
Who doesn’t have a big ex-aunt named Doris? According to statistics, there will be fewer people soon. This Greek name is said to mean “gift,” and in Greek mythology, it means Oceanus’ daughter and the mother of the sea fairy Nereids.