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Lilibet is a feminine Hebrew name meaning "God is my oath” and is derived from the Hebrew root Elisheba of the same meaning. Lilibet was most commonly used as a nickname but has become a popular first name in recent times. Most notably, Prince Harry and Duchess of Sussex Meghan named their baby Lilibet in honor of Queen Elizabeth's childhood nickname. Lilibet is a sweet and unique variation of the traditional Elizabeth, providing a lovely option for naming baby.
Boy Name of the Week
Kyle is a gender-neutral place name rooted in the Gaelic word caol, meaning "slender" or "strait." Though long considered a description of Kyle of Lochalsh, Kyle may find more fitting origins in the ancient king, Coel Hen, who perished in the surrounding wilds. It's a fitting theory which instils the modern-sounding Kyle with a regal air and invigorating qualities. After all, staying within this newly claimed territory uncovers an alternative root in the Old Welsh coel, which means "confidence," "reliance," or "trust." So, whether your little one elects to stay on the straight and narrow or brave the untamed wilds, they can do blessed with absolute assurance.
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