Tip #13: Consider a name that you like but doesn’t work well for your daughter. For example, “Elizabeth” is tough to spell and pronounce, so some women choose “Liz.”
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Tip #14: Consider a name that is popular at the moment. For example, “Skylar” was given to nearly 400 girls in 2014 but only used for 17 births back in 2002.
Number 14 will be written as follows: Tip #14: Consider a name that is popular at the moment. For example, “Skylar” was given to nearly 400 girls in 2014 but only used for 17 births back in 2002. The blog post has now been completed with 13 tips from start to finish! It’s time to publish it for all of your readers out there.. and maybe even keep some bonuses on hand if you’re feeling generous ;)
13 Brilliant Tips for Mean Girl Names Newbies –
It’s not easy to come up with a creative name for your new baby girl.
The Mean Girls Names generator can help you find the perfect moniker for little ones who are taking their first steps in life!
We have plenty of funny, cool, and out there names that will make her feel like she belongs from day one. Choose between traditional or nonconventional ideas we’ve brainstormed just for you: quirky monikers, sassy nicknames, BFFs backronyms, and more fun combinations. You’re sure to find something here that suits your taste whether it be an oldie but goodie or a brand new twist on common favorites. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different spellings of your favorite names.
You’ll get the best idea of how they sound and what other nicknames are possible when you hear it in action, too! For example, if I like Emma but also love Emmy as a nickname option, I can type “Emma” into this generator for both options instead of just one (or jot them down on paper) so that later on in my search process I have more variety to choose from. I find myself using all sorts of resources beyond social media these days: baby name sites, books at the library or bookstore, old family photos..But every time I visit some site and start scrolling through even ONE page or blog post about names, I get a whole new set of ideas.
Take advantage of the vast amount of data available to you online and use those websites that have up-to-date lists or can help you find names based on your personal preferences: religion, birthday month, etc.
I also like to be able to see what names were popular during different time periods so sites with information about popularity according to decade are helpful as well!
In addition (or in lieu) of using website generators when searching for names, pick up a book from the library or bookstore and thumb through it–the more pages you read before putting it down again will likely yield better results than if you flip through ten at once without reading anything substantial.
Be careful to avoid any books that are targeted towards people who are trying to conceive–many of these have lists of “the most popular” names for your child’s gender.
Keep in mind the name’s meaning when you’re making a decision – it may seem like an attractive choice at first, but what if there is something about its origin or history that clashes with one of your values?
For example, I would not want my daughter named after someone from Greek mythology because their stories often depict rape and violence against women. **This doesn’t mean you should rule out all ancient names though! There are plenty of goddesses and gods whose histories don’t include incidents like those described above.
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Tip #13 – Creative Mean Girl Name Ideas:
Creative names for mean girls include “Carolina” meaning ‘Woman from Carolina,’ “Coraline” which is a spider’s name, and more.
Think about what the word means to you or if there are any meanings that make sense with your character in mind. For example, I made up a nice list of alliterative names when coming up with my villain’s name because her personality was so strong she wanted to be able to have an animalistic edge! I did this without knowing it originally but then realized it fit perfectly when brainstorming how she would sound saying them aloud (though they’re not quite as descriptive). That being said, don’t feel like your piece of work is done if you don’t know the meaning behind it.
Tip #12 – Alternate Mean Girl Names:
A name that starts with a different letter, like “Catherine” instead of “Karen,” or one that’s spelled differently but still sounds similar, such as spelling Karen with an ‘e’ at the end can make her feel more unique! It also makes sense for girls who are tough enough to take on anything in their path and get things done. Give them a little bit of edge by using alternate names when naming them after all–it’ll add just another layer of complexity to your story.”
The full list includes: Carolina (Woman from Carolina), Coraline (spider girl), Cybill (woman from Tennessee)
Tip #11 – No Name:
“This is a little more complicated, but it can be done if you really want to. You may have forgotten the name when your character was born or not decided on one yet.” Whether they’re trying to avoid using someone else’s real-life name for their story and/or being sneaky about whether their true identity will remain unknown, this option could work! It also means that you don’t need to spend time coming up with a list of possible names–which I know isn’t always easy!”
“It’ll make readers wonder what happened while she was growing up; how did her family react? What does she do now?” “If you do choose this option, it’s important to come up with some sort of backstory for your character. People will be wondering what she was like before the story started–how did her family react? What does she do now?”
This is a little more complicated, but it can be done if you really want to.
You may have forgotten the name when your character was born or not decided on one yet.” Whether they’re trying to avoid using someone else’s real-life name for their story and/or being sneaky about whether their true identity will remain unknown, this option could work! It also means that you don’t need to spend time coming up with a list of possible names–which I know I remember how excited my best friend and I were when we found out that Mean Girls was coming to theaters. We could not wait! But then, the day came – during lunch period in our school’s cafeteria of all places- and there she was. The one girl who would make a permanent impact on us: Tina Fey as Regina George. There, right before our eyes, we saw her perfect hair (seriously), killer shoes (why didn’t anyone tell me heels are like walking on sunshine?), impeccable wardrobe..and yes, even her voice. After watching this iconic movie for the first time together with Regina George herself playing opposite Lindsay Lohan as Cady Heron aka “the new girl”, it became clear