Name like a local pt. 2

Here’s a link to the previous part - Name like a local pt. 1 . If you have any other ideas for [name_f]English[/name_f] speaking cities (I simply don’t have a ton of knowledge outside of that) let me know.

[name_u]Boston[/name_u] - Bostonians are all about their Irish heritage when it comes to baby name choices. Your names should remind people of lush green fields and emeralds without being too on the nose (O’Malley is a decent name but not for this list haha). For girls go for flowy , romantic names fit for an Irish maiden and for boys strong and brave like a [name_m]Knight[/name_m] and ideally avoid the top 250. For inspiration you’re going to want to look at Irish names and Latin names.

[name_f]Chicago[/name_f] - [name_f]Chicago[/name_f] names are spunky , sporty and sleek. Whether you’re a Cubs , Bears or Bulls fan your style should feel like it belongs in the stand and on the field. Go for names 6 letters or under with a strong initial. When you’re searching look for names of sporting greats , nickname names as well as names from the late 90’s.

[name_f]Atlanta[/name_f] - [name_f]Atlanta[/name_f] is a modern city with a strong spirituality and a large dose of creativity. That’s why word names and virtue names are perfect. Look below the top 500 to find names with great meanings that will carry your child through life. Research virtue names , biblical names and Japanese names to find the perfect name.

[name_u]Dallas[/name_u] - Down in [name_u]Dallas[/name_u] it’s all about surname names. Whether it’s your grandma’s maiden name or a surname you found on an ad for a law firm last names are the new first names in [name_u]Dallas[/name_u]. Don’t be afraid to use your names for either a boy or a girl as these names work well for either. For inspiration look at surname names , preppy names and look through your family tree.