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Timaru Herald March/April births

BOYS

Bradley Kieran

Liam Michael (Scarlett & Louis)

Riley Tom (Taylah & Gemma)

Cormac Andrew Earl (Brylee & Jonty)

Cian Cathal

Tomas Jack (Jamieson)

Rily Matthew James

Reggie Arthur (Annika, Ned & Albie)

Ty William Thomas (Keira)

Chevy Phoenix (Ben)

Lenixx James John

Eddie Alexander

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GIRLS

Khloe Lynette (Annabele)

Isla Adriana (Neave & Kees)

Ruby Lyn

Honor Victoria (Georgie)

Grace Mary

Jenica Louise

Adele Margaret (Emily & Siobhan)

Grace Margaret (Simone & Hayden)

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TWINS

Macy Jayne & Couper Gary (Olly)

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Name for 31st January- Marley

behindthename.com-From a surname which was taken from a place name meaning “pleasant wood” in Old English. A famous bearer of the surname was the Jamaican musician Bob Marley (1945-1981).

babynamewizard.com-Like Macy, Marley a cheerfully tough surname that grows up handsomely. But most unlike Macy, which conjures up shopping and Thanksgiving parades, Marley conjures up the Rasta and reggae world of music legend Bob Marley.

Global Popularity (babynamewizard.com)
of the Name Marley
#113 in Canada (Alberta)
#146 in United States
#159 in Canada (British Columbia)
#275 in Scotland
nameberry.com- Opposite in image from the similar-sounding Harley, this name has a soft and gentle, almost feminine aura; also, many might associate it with reggae great Bob Marley or the golden Lab in the bestsellingMarley and Me. A new entry on the boys’ popularity chart that’s also rising rapidly for girls.

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Name for 26th January- Jude

English, Biblical:Variant of JUDAS. It is used in many English versions of the New Testament to denote the second apostle named Judas, in order to distinguish him from Judas Iscariot. He was supposedly the author of the Epistle of Jude. In the English-speaking world, Jude has occasionally been used as a given name since the Protestant Reformation (behindthename.com)

Hey, Jude Law, take your bow: You’ve erased old connections to Judasand Thomas Hardy‘s tragic Jude the Obscure, and inspired a legion of new baby Judes.Nicknames & Variations: JudsonJudasJud, Judsen, JuddJudah. (nameberry.com)

Commentary on the name Jude:This name has a pioneer style and a strong religious heritage that give it impressive gravity. It also has a zippy sound that keeps it unpretentious. The one other choice with that same style combo is Luke, a soaring hit name. Jude is an uncommon alternative with breakout potential. See also: Judah.From The Baby Name Wizard by Laura Wattenberg

Global Popularityof the Name Jude

  • #116 in Scotland
  • #131 in Canada (British Columbia)
  • #192 in Canada (Alberta)
  • #224 in United States
  • #409 in Canada (Quebec)

Known siblings

Amelia Ayden Callum CharlotteEliza Emma Ethan EzraGabriel Harrison Holden JasperJeanel John Kaitlyn Liam LillyLuke Lyla Macy Noah PaulQuinn Ruby Sophia Fay (babynamewizard.com)

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Little treasures June/July 2009

Trinity, Alice & Kate, Cooper, Ayrton, Seth & Jett, Ashton, Taylah (b),

Odin, Alex (b), Emily & Lucia, Jessica & Aimee, Ethan, Lachlan, Harry,

Chloe, Ben & Macy, Molly, Paris & Cam, Guy & Jed, Miro & Louis,

Stephen, Matthew, Adam & Caleb (twins) & Alex (b), Maia & Arielle (twins)

Michele (b), Franco & Alex (b) (triplets), Lucia & Leonardo, Max & Ivy,

Chelize & Gabriel (twins), Wanda & Diana (twins), Siena, Matteo & Jethro,

Bella, Ben, Alisha, Charlie, Chase. Luke, Leah & Finn, Zoe. George & Harry.

Danica, Lauren.

 

 

 

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