|> You can't be Harriet
As a girl in Iceland you can not be called Harriet.
You can be called Bebba, Frigg, Úranía...Child name must be
submitted to the National Registry within six months of birth
and it has to be on a recognised list of 1,712 male and 1,853
female names. Unfortunately name Harriet is not on that list.
> Confusione when children's names sound alike
> Naming after mother or grandmother...rare
> Real or fake soccer names?!
> How old is your name?
...The median living Mildred in the United States is now 78 years old.
Madison, Hailey, Sydney...the median American females with these
names are between 9 and 12 years old. The oldest male name is Elmer,
with a median age of 66...
> Why do some countries restrict baby names?
Sweden, Iceland, China, Japan...
Iceland - Yes: Elvis, No:Carolina
New Zealand - Yes: Number 16 Bus Shelter, No:Yeah Detroit
> Saudi Arabia bans 50 baby name
Linda, Maya, Alice, Lauren, Loland, Elaine...
> Aneirin 'prince of bards'
> Buy Edna, hello Ellie
> BuzzFeed's 100 beautifully unusual names
Aeryn, Brogan, Kosta, Marlete, Tressa, Wing...
Akoyé, Drax, Herschel, Obidi, Seven, Xane...
> Does a baby's name affect its chances in life?
Top 10 names at Oxford University 2008-13
Eleanor, Peter, Simon, Anna...
Bottom 10 names at Oxford University 2008-13
Stacey, Connor, Bradley, Reece...
> How baby names have spread across the US - interactive map
> The importance of middle name...is there any?
'I got my first name from my father, and I got my middle name
from someone who obviously didn't think I'd ever run for
president' Barack Obama
> Theon and Daenerys...
> Game of Thrones 'baby names'
> Medieval names come back
> Van Gogh - How to say?!