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  • Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
  • SubGenre:Baby Names
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Best-Rated Names
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:183
  • eBook ISBN:9781927550076

Best-Rated Boy Baby Names

Your Research-based Guide to the Very Best Boy Baby Names in 75 Categories

by Wayne Chase and Bryan Fogelman

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Overview
Unlike any other baby name book or guide, Best-rated Boy Baby Names provides exclusive—and extensive—research-based listings of boy names that actually rank as the best boy names in America, in numerous desirable categories. The information in this invaluable guide comes from solid, objective, scientifically-conducted surveys of the American population—i.e., not from Internet “crowd-sourcing.” All of the boy names in this guide have rankings at or near the top of the heap in one or more of a wide variety of categories of desirable traits and public image characteristics, as determined from national U. S. survey research. Best-rated Boy Baby Names is the only research-based “consumer guide” to America’s highest quality boy names ... the most powerful names, the most optimistic, the most confident, the most fearless, the most honorable, even the most fun-loving—there are 76 categories in total. All in one ebook. Here are some examples of categories and top-rated boy names that made the grade in Best-rated Boy Baby Names: • Powerful Boy names. Here’s a random sample from the book’s list of “Best-rated Powerful Boy Names”: Franklin, Remington, Brock, Caesar, and Armstrong. • Confident Boy names. Here are a few that, according to the survey findings, rank as the “Best-rated Confident Boy Names” in the United States: Kristopher, Davy, Stephan, Spencer, and Nickolas. • Adventurous Boy names. Here are five, randomly chosen from the guide’s rank-ordered top 20 “Most Adventurous Boy Names”: Harley, Mack, Jaxon, Cash, and Jet. If you haven’t yet settled on a name for the son you are expecting, and if you would like to give him an advantageous name, one that actually has a real, proven record of strong performance in one or more highly desirable qualities, you will find that name in Best-rated Boy Baby Names.
Description
Unlike any other baby name book or guide, Best-rated Boy Baby Names provides exclusive—and extensive—research-based listings of boy names that actually rank as the best boy names in America, in numerous desirable categories. The information in this invaluable guide comes from solid, objective, scientifically-conducted surveys of the American population—i.e., not from Internet “crowd-sourcing.” All of the boy names in this guide have rankings at or near the top of the heap in one or more of a wide variety of categories of desirable traits and public image characteristics, as determined from national U. S. survey research. Many of the names in Best-rated Boy Baby Names have high rankings in multiple categories, making them all the more worthy of consideration for naming your son (or yourself, if you are changing your own name). Best-rated Boy Baby Names is the only research-based “consumer guide” to America’s highest quality boy names ... the most powerful names, the most optimistic, the most confident, the most fearless, the most honorable, even the most fun-loving—there are 75 categories in total. All in one ebook. Here are some examples of categories and top-rated boy names that made the grade in Best-rated Boy Baby Names: • Powerful Boy names. What are the most powerful boy names in the United States? Here’s a sample, selected at random from the book’s list of “Best-rated Powerful Boy Names” (some of these names may surprise you): Franklin, Remington, Brock, Caesar, and Armstrong. These are just a few of the listed boy names with high powerful rankings. Throughout the book, all names in each category are listed in rank order: the highest-scoring name is ranked #1, second-highest, #2, and so on. • Confident Boy names. Looking for boy names that project a sense of confidence? Here are a few that, according to the survey findings, rank as the “Best-rated Confident Boy Names” in the United States (randomly chosen from the rank-ordered list in the book): Kristopher, Davy, Stephan, Spencer, and Nickolas. The book lists another 15 top-rated confident boy names. • Adventurous Boy names. Here are five, randomly chosen from the guide’s rank-ordered top 20 “Most Adventurous Boy Names”: Harley, Mack, Jaxon, Cash, and Jet. What about name popularity? You are probably familiar with baby name books and websites that focus on the popularity of names. Not so in Best-rated Boy Baby Names. You will notice that the top-rated names listed tend to be considerably different from the names found on “popular” baby name lists. Many of the top-ranked names in Best-rated Boy Baby Names are quite unusual—not commonly found in the American population. This is doubly advantageous: 1. You get lists of names based on research-proven quality, instead of here-today-gone-tomorrow name popularity. 2. You can choose an unusual name with the comfort of knowing that the name you choose will not only have significant advantages of character and image, but also will stand out as unusual in a crowd of run-of-the-mill over-exposed “popular” names given to hundreds of thousands of boys every year—names such as Jacob, Ethan, Matthew, Jayden, etc. Best-rated Boy Baby Names also provides valuable advice on topics important in name-selection, such as “Choosing an Advantageous Name,” “Gender Suitability,” “Spelling Variations,” and “What You Need to Know About the American Public Image of a Name.” Best-rated Boy Baby Names will prove enormously beneficial to anyone looking for a boy name that has reliably advantageous qualities. If you haven’t yet settled on a name for the son you are expecting, and if you would like to give him an advantageous name, one that actually has a real, proven record of strong performance in one or more highly desirable qualities, you will find that name in Best-rated Boy Baby Names.
About the author
Wayne Chase, co-founder of Name Goddess Research Institute, is the world’s leading authority on the identification and measurement of connotative meaning in language. With some 30 years of experience in the field, his expertise includes the identification and measurement of emotions elicited by words and phrases, and the quantitative representation of the American Public ImagesTM of first names. His multi-patented Connotative IntelligenceTM systems and methods are the foundation of the Institute’s American Public Images of thousands of first names. Bryan Fogelman, co-founder of Name Goddess Research Institute, is an inspired onomastics specialist. He is the innovative mind behind, among other things, the Name CloudTM representations of American Public Image data, the Uniqueness Rating IndexTM, and the Density IndexTM. Bryan holds a Masters in Economics from Simon Fraser University and is a former KPMG Peat Marwick Management Consultant.
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