Bass is a musical masculine moniker with French roots. Originally a surname, Bass comes from the Old French term basse, translating to “broad” and “thickset,” which traces back to the Latin term bassus. This is possibly derived from a nickname for someone short in stature or with a low social status. Today, when you hear the word bass, images of guitars, drums, and low-voiced singers come to mind. Perhaps baby Bass will be a multi-talented performer, wowing crowds with husky, booming tones. But, if this dream doesn’t come true, baby can always rely on the deep love you’ll have for them.
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