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Luckiest baby names for boys and girls REVEALED and some are very unusual

Luckiest baby names for boys and girls REVEALED and some are very unusual

Over the years, various studies have shown your name can define you as a person.

Clemson University found that women with gender neutral names are more likely to be successful.

And research from Marquette University found that people with common monkiers had a better chance of getting hired by employers.

Parents who believe in these theories spend months agonising over what to call their little ones.

Some mums and dads think picking a moniker with positive connotations will shape their kids’ personalities.

They may even give them a “lucky” name in that hope that this will positively affect their lives.

A recent post on parenting website Bounty revealed: “We all want our children to have a bit of good fortune in their lives.

“Some names are considered more lucky than others.”

So which monikers should you pick for your child if you want to set them up for success?

 

10 “lucky” names for girls:

1. Amber – The gemstone has been used for healing, protection and good luck throughout history

2. Moira – This Greek word translates as “fate or destiny”

3. Shreya – The name derives from Sanskirt word Shriya, which means “lucky one”

4. Fayola – This African moniker has lucky connotations as it means “blessed”

5. Felicity – Translating as “good fortune”, this traditional Latin option could prove a popular choice

6. Kiaria – In Japan, this term translates as “fortunate”

7. Seven – The number is widely considered to be the most lucky

8. Serendipity – This word describes an unplanned or fortunate discovery

9. Zada – In Urdu, the name means “fortunate”

10. Sapphire – Many regard the blue gem stones as good luck symbols

 

10 “lucky” names for boys:

1. Asher – This Hebrew name loosely translates as “happy and blessed”

2. Edmund – Old English monikers are popular with Brits. This one is believed to bring about “wealthy protection” and “prosperity”

3. Felix – The Latin word, which can be seen in the Bible, means “lucky” or “successful”

4. Madoc – In Welsh, the name means “fortunate”

5. Lucky – This baby name originates from England and is a pretty self-explanatory one. For a more subtle nod to the moniker, you could use Lucas instead

6. Quin – This moniker is associated with intelligence, as well as luck

7. Chance – The quirky name has risen in popularity in recent years and currently sits at number 310 in the UK charts

8. Fortune – This moniker is shared with the Roman goddess of fortune

9. Parvais – Of Iranian origin, the term is defined as “victorious” and “successful”

10. Said – The Persian baby name loosely translates as “lucky” and “happy”

 

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