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275 Popular Twin Baby Names Learn the meaning and origins of popular twin baby names. By. Robin Elise Weiss, PhD, MPH. twitter; linkedin; Robin Elise Weiss, PhD, MPH is a professor, author, childbirth and postpartum educator, certified doula, and lactation counselor.

Learn about our editorial process. 275 Popular Twin Baby Names. Find the perfect baby name combinations for your twins, including rhyming names, and other fun options. Boy Girl Twin Names Twin Baby Girls Boy Girl Twins Twin Babies Rhyming Names Twin Quotes Cute Baby Names Cute Twins Names With Meaning. 275 Popular Twin Baby Names.

Name combinations for boy/girl twins can be a fun challenge. Here are some classic options. Boy Girl Twin Names Twin Baby Girls Boy Girl Twins Twin Babies Rhyming Names Twin Quotes Cute Baby Names Cute Twins Names With Meaning. Boy-Boy Twin Name Pairs.

Adam, Aiden Alexander, Alistair Harvey, Henry Lucca, Louis Stewart, Simpson. Boy-Girl Twin Name Pairs. Ivan, Ivette Jack, Jill Lucian, Lucille Cameron, Catherine Michael, Michaela Emery, Ella Victor, Victoria.

Biblical Twin Names. Whether you’re religious or not, you may like the sound of two biblical names for your twins. Check out 15 popular twin names for girls below for more ideas: Isabella, Sophia Faith, Hope Olivia, Sophia Ella, Emma Hailey, Hannah Ava, Emma Heaven, Nevaeh Madison, Morgan Mackenzie, Madison Ava, Olivia Isabella, Olivia Makayla, Mackenzie Ava, Ella Faith, Grace Gabriella, Isabella.

Twin Baby Name Generator Do you need baby names for twins?? Coming up with one name is hard but two names?? Use this Twin name generator to help you find the perfect baby names for your babies. 275 Popular Twin Baby Names.

Fact checked by Cara Lustik The Origins Popular and Unique French Baby Names. Fact checked by Elaine Hinzey, RD How to Find the Perfect Baby Name by Syllable Count. Fact checked by Donna Murray, RN, BSN 100 Spanish Baby Names for Boys and Girls.

So we rounded up some super-popular — and some less so — baby names for twin girls, and we picked the best pairings ourselves. Here are our favorite name combos for twin. [ Read: Celebrity Baby Names] Twin Baby Boy And Girl Names That Rhyme: 26. Marie and Zachary: Marie, the German, French and Scandinavian version of Maria brings to mind Marie Antoinette, the glamorous, elegant but ill-fated queen.

The name Zachary saw a revival in American in the latter half of the 20th century and reached an all-time high in. Popular Name Ideas for Twin Baby Girls. Congratulations on your twin baby girls! Are you looking for the perfect name for them? If so, look no further—here are 200+ beautiful, creative, fun, and unique names for baby girls.

From names like Alaska and Aiden to Cassidy and Parker, biblical names and traditional names, find the perfect name for.

List of related literature:

631 the twin boy babies: Romulus and Remus, suckled by a she-wolf.

“The Aeneid” by Virgil, Cecil Day Lewis, Jasper Griffin
from The Aeneid
by Virgil, Cecil Day Lewis, Jasper Griffin
Oxford University Press, 1998

Sons Benjamin and Joseph, daughters Sarah and Hannah Cosand, brother John Cosand and Benjamin Albertson, Exrs.

“The North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register” by James Robert Bent Hathaway
from The North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register
by James Robert Bent Hathaway
Genealogical Publishing Company, 1998

And there were even quadruplets: anaesthetize/ anaesthetise/anesthetize/anesthetise.

“Teaching English, Language and Literacy” by Dominic Wyse, Russell Jones, Helen Bradford, Mary Anne Wolpert
from Teaching English, Language and Literacy
by Dominic Wyse, Russell Jones, et. al.
Taylor & Francis, 2013

Janette and Annette, for example, were born seven minutes apart.

“Personality Plus” by Florence Littauer
from Personality Plus
by Florence Littauer
Baker Publishing Group, 1992

Leah bears Jacob four sons (Reuben, Levi, Simeon, and Judah) and her maidservant Zilpah, two (Gad and Asher).

“Little Rock Catholic Study Bible” by Catherine Upchurch, Irene Nowell, Ronald D. Witherup
from Little Rock Catholic Study Bible
by Catherine Upchurch, Irene Nowell, Ronald D. Witherup
Liturgical Press, 2011

My first twins is fourteen, James and John Edward.

“Give My Poor Heart Ease, Enhanced Ebook: Voices of the Mississippi Blues” by William Ferris
from Give My Poor Heart Ease, Enhanced Ebook: Voices of the Mississippi Blues
by William Ferris
University of North Carolina Press, 2010

My brothers and sisters was Maria and Barbara and Alice and Octavia and Andrew and Thomas and Hillary and Eugenia and Silas and Thomas.

“Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves Texas Narratives (Complete)” by United States Work Projects Administration
from Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves Texas Narratives (Complete)
by United States Work Projects Administration
Library of Alexandria, 2004

Sorry to say, the baby-naming process doesn’t get easier with multiple children, but there are a few guidelines that will help you to narrow the list down and possibly come up with that perfect combination.

“The Complete Book of Baby Names” by Lesley Bolton
from The Complete Book of Baby Names
by Lesley Bolton
Sourcebooks, 2009

Twins, Jacob and Margaretha, Georg and w. Barbara; b.

“Pennsylvania German Church Records of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Etc: From the Pennsylvania German Society Proceedings and Addresses” by Don Yoder, Pennsylvania-German Society
from Pennsylvania German Church Records of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Etc: From the Pennsylvania German Society Proceedings and Addresses
by Don Yoder, Pennsylvania-German Society
Genealogical Publishing Company, 1983

Twin names such as Joy and Jay or Robert and Roberta are also best avoided if the children’s individuality is to be respected.

“Rennie & Roberton's Textbook of Neonatology E-Book” by Janet M. Rennie
from Rennie & Roberton’s Textbook of Neonatology E-Book
by Janet M. Rennie
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

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  • I’m a girl and my crush is called Rhys and my friend who is also a girl has a boyfriend called Ryan I love the idea of using them as girl names. I live in a place called Bristol ��

  • I’m not a twin but my little brother’s name and my name sound quite good. Bianca (girl) and Lucas (boy). We are half German and half Romanian and it sounds really good in both languages. So I’m very sorry if I made some grammar mistakes.

  • My cousin is was named Beth, her middle name was Ann-Marie. (No Elizabeth just Beth) I also have a cousin named Elizabeth who goes by Eli, her daughter’s name is Everleigh Elizabeth.

  • I know two sets of girl and girl twins their names are Milla and Saskia and Jessica and Isabel (but everyone calls them Isa and Jess)

  • my little sisters name is Denae Rose, i’ve never heard you talk about the name Denae before, but i think it’s rlly rlly pretty and fits her personality so well. she’s very adventurous and outspoken, always cracking jokes and is such a magnetic character. her family has a history of D names, her mom is named Desiree, her grandma is Debby, her cousin is Dulciana, and she has an aunt named Denise i think.

    a twin name for that might be Bernice, Jaelyn, Thalia, Kinsey, IDK

  • I really love Mila and Emma together. Mila is an Eastern European name that is on the rise in popularity that means “loved or beloved” and Emma is quite popular and means “universal” which fits the traveling theme. If you put Mila and Emma together, it could mean universal love, which is a sweet meaning.

  • My favorite girl names!
    “Old fashioned”: Lydia, Alice, Clementine, Helene, Zelda, Agnes, Charlotte, Greta, Ada, Eva, Frances, Elenore
    Scandinavian: Freya, Maja, Solveig, Agneta
    Irish: Maeve, Saoirse, Caoimhe
    Greek: Daphne, Gaia, Ophelia, Philomena, Thaïs
    French: Anaïs, Madeleine, Mathilde, Simone

  • Avanti Ivo Jalapeño and Alondra Trinidad ���� Maloney
    Archer
    Angelina Joan Ruth Fontaine and Shirley Valentine
    Amias Trinity Mosley
    Apollo,Zeus,Hermès and Fiona
    Kaydon and Kansas Serenity
    Kuranda Dulcian Maria Garland Whimsy
    Keziah Faerie
    Hades and Hickory
    Ebony and Jett
    Cato
    Calpurnia Aristotle
    Ptolemy Farley
    Lennox Geranium and Jayleen Iola Perron
    Goliath Humphrey
    Garnet
    Gavin Reed Hastings
    Gianna and Garrett
    Gideon

  • I’m an identical twin. My mother named us Jaide and Jewel. She added the “I”to my name so we would have the same amount of letters. She did the same with our middle names. Our initials are the same. And first, middle, last name all have the same amount of syllables

  • Mila and Saga are my favourites. They might sound a bit unusual but here in sweden they’re not that uncommon. Also in love with Sofie (without the p) and Freja.

  • Avani Opal & Elodie Sky

    Azalea & Zuri

    Aria & Elodie

    Aria & Iola

    Seraphina & Avani

    Linnea & Iola

    Imogen & Iola

    Isolde & Imogen

    Isolde & Elodie

    Amabel & Elodie

    Amabel & Aria

    Rosalind & Imogen

  • Ugh I HATE the name Lourdes it’s kind of a rachet old fashion name in Mexico like your Rude Nosey aunt would be named Lourdes I knew a Lourdes in highschool and she also hates her name she goes by Lulu to this day

  • My twin girls, who are now almost 19, we named Karma and India. I love their names now as much as I did the day they were both born.

  • For twin girls I’d use Makiah and Makenzie (Kiah and Kenzie), Madelyn and Addyson (Maddy and Addy), Emmaline and Adeline,
    Or Amy and Annissa.

  • As all the males in your family have J names then I think the females should all be Ls.
    Leonie/Leona Luna Lake Lily Lexie Laila Leah Larnie Libby Lola Lacey

  • I think my name: Lina is cute (not biased at all hah). It’s short and sweet and not common. Lina could go with Ana, Louise or even Luna

  • I know several pairs of GG twins! They are Madalyn&Roze, Laura&Addy, Kaylie&Kylie, Carleigh&Kaylee, and GB is Anna&Andrew and BB is Hunter&Caleb❤

  • My twins are now 41 and we didn’t know we were having twins. They arrived 10 weeks early and we had no names picked up at all when they were born. We ended up with Melissa and Stephanie. My grandmother wanted Heather and Holly. LOL!! Someone else suggested Misty and Kristy and Tiffany and Tia. The only thing harder than picking a baby name is picking names for twins. Have to be very careful you don’t get too silly or matchy.

  • I’m a twin and my name is Kaleigh and my twins name is Rori!! I also have twin cousins named heather and Leah and friend twins names liv (short for Olivia) and Mia.

  • I like these ones: Noelle Joy
    Nathalie
    Sylvie Winter
    from your List I like:Elodie
    Suri
    Zoey
    Skye
    Aria
    Lorelie
    Seraphina

  • We’re having girls! And our names are Sunday and Sequoia. We have a 3 year old son named Shine. We love word names, wanted to stick with S’s, and wanted all the words to have positive connotations in line with our faith. �� We’re so excited!

  • ahhh my mum is called Rosalind! My family has all shakespearien names from plays relevant to our times of birth, so im Midsummer and so I’m Helena, and my other sisters Emilia and Jessica, although i’ve never liked my name but that’s okay lol

  • I thought Lourdes was pronounced like ‘Lew-eds’ like the Catholic pilgrimage town in France, rather than “Lord-es’, I might be wrong but that’s just what I’ve heard from people pronouncing it growing up as part of the Catholic Church x

  • i’m a twin.. to a boy his name is dylan and i’m rachel. i know twin girls with the names julianna and arianna also julianna and jasmine

  • Not necessarily a twin name but I am currently obsessed with the name Harlow or Harloe ��������������������
    It will grow on you ����
    ( I would but a accent on the E but I didn’t know which one was proper)