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American baby names are as diverse and creative as the people who make up the USA—from strong and traditional, like William and Sarah, to unique, like Phineas and Apple.
American: Gives joy, my father rejoices; a familiar form of Abigail
American: City in Texas
It seems that some people have been confusing Adan with the ever-popular Aidan. The name is actually pronounced ah-DHAHN...
American: Place name for the United States of America
Latin: derived from the Latin, Americus, in homage to explorer Amerigo Vespucci
American: Apple, a fruit
American: Place name for a country in South America
American: daughter of Garrison Keillor
American: Virtuous, princess
American: Noble, strong, meadow
American: Origin unclear, possibly related to the title of count; "Although I speak, With my mouth thus; in my heartDo I play a double...
American: Variant of Andrew manly.
American: Green meadow; possibly a varaint of Greeley, but more likely a modern blend of the color green and the English ending "leigh"...
Gunny is a name that's usually heard in reference to Gunnery Sergeants in the US Marine Corps. Sounds cool in theory, but...
American: Familiar form of Jason, Jacy, and similar names
American: Variation of Jacob
American: Unisex name; originally a male biblical name meaning God has heard
American: Variant of Jalena
American: Modern blend of Jay and Len
Just one of dozens of respellings of Kaylee. This particular spelling is pretty and not popular, but be prepared to spell...
Cameron continues to be a popular unisex name, so it only makes sense that Kameron has now emerged. The "K" spelling gives...
Casey is practically a classic when it comes to boy's names, so now Kasey is making the rounds. It's a distinctly Americanized...
American: Nature name, taken from lake, a body of water
Most always given as a girl's name today, Madison is wildly popular: know that yours will share her name with many others!...
American: Heaven spelled backwards