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Mr. President? Madame President? Dare to dream for your baby’s future! If your baby is destined to be our future commander-in-chief, any of these presidential names could be just what he or she needs for inspiration.

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Aaron

In the Bible, Moses' brother Aaron was Israel's first high priest and is remembered for his staff which blossomed miraculously...

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Abraham

From the Shakespearean play Romeo & Juliet

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Andrew

Talk about a strong name. Andrew is Greek for "manly" and has also been linked to "warrior". In the Bible, Andrew is the...

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Barack

Barack has the same roots as the Hebrew name Baruch, meaning "blessing" or "one who is blessed."

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Benjamin

In the Bible, Benjamin is the youngest son of Jacob and one of the founders of the twelve tribes of Isreal. It is still considered...

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Calvin

Latin: Bald

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Carter

English: Drives a cart; from a surname and occupational name

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Chester

English: Lives at the camp of the soldiers; an old Roman (Rochester) settlement in Britain

Latin: Camp

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Cleveland

English: Hilly land, from the cliff; a geographical name, most notably in Ohio

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Clinton

English: Surname; from the headland estate or hillside town

Teutonic Origin

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Davis

English: David''s son; a surname

Scottish: David''s son; a surname

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Delano

French: Surname of unclear origin; possibly from de la nuit meaning of the night

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Franklin

English: Free man, landholder

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Garfield

English: From the spear field; surname

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George

As demonstrated by Prince William and Kate Middleton naming their firstborn son, George, it's quite the illustrious name...

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Gerald

English Origin

German: Rules by the spear

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Grant

English: Bestow or great; tall. The American General and president Ulysses S. Grant. Surname.

French: Great or bestow; a surname that increased in popularity as a first name due to Civil War general and President Ulysses S...

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Grover

English: Lives in the grove

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Hamlin

German: Loves the little home; In fairy tales, the Pied Piper of Hamelin saves the citizens from rats, but when he is not paid for...

Teutonic Origin

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Harry

English: Familiar form of Herald or Henry; Harry Potter is the young wizard in the extremely popular series of children''s books by...

Scandinavian Origin

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Hayes

English Origin

Irish: Surname

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Herbert

French Origin

German: Illustrious warrior; a name introduced to Britain by the Normans

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Hubert

German: Bright in spirit; Saint Hubert is the patron saint of hunters.

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Hussein

Arabic: Good, handsome; The founder of Shiite Islam was named Hussein.

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Jackson

English: Son of Jack or John; a surname

Scottish: Son of Jack or John

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James

James is a common royal name used in Europe and the English version of Jacob, and happens to be one of the most popular boy's...

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John

If you think everyone knows someone named John, you're probably right. Since 1880, John has spent many years ranked #1 in...

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Kennedy

Gaelic: Helmet-head or misshapen head

Irish Origin

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Leslie

Celtic Origin

Gaelic Origin

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Lincoln

Celtic Origin

English: Lakeside colony; This name of an early Roman settlement in England is widely recognized in the United States as the surname...

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