(PRWEB) February 25, 2012
A new database of baby names recently went live online, offering more than 22,000 baby names and meanings. Babynamesdiary.com announced the release of its database that offers parents a one-stop-shop to find the best name for their future baby. This new plethora of baby names and descriptions brings simple but effective organization to a big task.
Babynamesdiary.com helps moms and dads sift through their relatives’ suggestions for names. Often family members are the first to offer their advice on naming a newborn, like a name from the family’s heritage or perhaps a new name they just happen to like. The suggestions can be overwhelming, but the research doesn’t have to be. Now parents can take the suggestions from friends and family and find out the meaning and origin of the name. Next time a grandmother suggests a popular or obscure name, parents can find out the true meaning. For example, a simple search for “Reese” on babynamesdiary.com lets parents know that Reese is a unisex name of Welsh origin which simply means “running.” Parents can educate themselves on grandma’s name choice and decide for themselves what best suits their baby.
If parents don’t have an exact name they want to search, babynamesdiary.com offers an easy solution. Users can search the extensive database by origin, selecting a nationality that interests them, and then discover the joys of finding their baby’s name. Searching by origin also allows parents to honor their family’s roots, if they choose to do so. For example, a family wishing to honor their Greek heritage could search under Greek names and then further specialize their search by selecting a first letter. A sample search shows that a Greek name starting with the letter “M” provides a long list of names, each with the gender and meaning provided. Searching for an original name of a specific nationality couldn’t be easier.
Babynamesdiary.com also lets parents search for their bundle of joy’s name by baby name meanings. Parents often want their child’s name to a have special significance or a certain meaning. This new database helps streamline that search by offering a custom search option that will take key words from a desired name meaning and provide a list of matching names. Searching for the keyword “Bright” for name meanings brings a long list of matches. For boys, there’s Hugo as a choice, and for girls, Nuria. These are just two of the options available from a quick search on the custom feature.
This database from babynamesdiary.com helps parents simplify their search for their newborn’s name. The website takes an enormous task of choosing a lifelong name for a child and makes the process easy, with clear navigation features and an abundance of names. Choosing a newborn’s name has never been easier than with babynamesdiary.com.