Pick Some Baby Names To Find Out How Many Kids Are In Your Future

Names do a lot more than just distinguish us from one another -they also help define us. They say not only what our parents thought sounded good verbally, but also what they hoped we would become later in our lives, what they felt about their cultural background, and they reveal a little about how we see ourselves -which is why so many people go by nicknames or even change their name altogether. After all, whether someone chooses to go by John, Jack, Johnny or Jonathan says quite a bit about how they want people to view them.

When you consider all of that, it's no wonder that soon-to-be parents put so much effort into picking the perfect name for their baby. The end result can often provide a good look at the parent's values and personality as well, which is why it's actually a great way to evaluate the parents themselves. That's why simply picking your favorite children's names could give some insight into your personality, which could, in turn, help us predict how many children you should have.

If nothing else, this quiz might at least give you some ideas for your future baby names (no matter how many you're destined to have)!

1What's your favorite of these names:

Christopher is Greek and means "carrier of Christ" -aka someone who carries him in their heart. Colette is French and means "victory of the people." Camilla is Latin and means "virgin of unblemished character" or "temple servant." Caiden is Gaelic and means "spirit of battle" or "fighter."

2What's your favorite of these names:

Charity is English and as a name, it means exactly what it sounds like -"giving/generous." Connor is Irish and means "strong willed." Charlotte is French and a feminine version of Charles that means both "free man" and "petite." Carl is English and means "strong" or "manly."

3What's your favorite of these names:

Dexter was originally an English surname and means "one who dyes" or "right handed." Dario is the Italian version of Darius and means "possessor of good." Darryl is English and means "darling." Devon is Irish and can mean "defender" or "poet."

4What's your favorite of these names:

Sarah is a Hebrew name used in the bible and means "princess." Sandy is Greek and means "protector of men" or "defender of mankind." Suzan is French, but is originally derived from Hebrew, and means "lily." Scarlett is English and, you guessed it, means "red."

5What's your favorite of these names:

Eve is Hebrew and means "to give life" -just like the biblical character. Elmo is German and means "helmet" or "protection." Elaine is French and means "bright, shining light." Edith is English and means "prosperous in war."

6What's your favorite of these names:

Delilah is Hebrew and means "amorous," "delight" or "temptress." DeShawn is American and means "God is great." Dorian is Greek and comes from Doron, meaning "gift." Dustin is German and means "brave or valiant fighter."

7What's your favorite of these names:

Angel is Greek in origin and means, well, angel or "messenger." Alfonso is both Spanish and Italian and means "noble and ready." Alfred is English and means "sage," "wise" or "old peace." Alice is English and means "of the nobility."

8What's your favorite of these names:

Abigail is Hebrew and means "father rejoiced." Astrid is Scandinavian in origin and means "Godly strength" or "divine beauty." Andre is French and Portuguese for Andrew and means "man" or "warrior." Anne is Hebrew and means "God has favored me through prayer."

9What's your favorite of these names:

James is the English form of Jacob and means "one who follows." Jasmine is Persian and refers to the sweet-smelling flower of the same name. Jane is English -a female version of John, and means "Jehovah has been gracious." Javier is the Spanish version of Xavier and means "bright."

10What's your favorite of these names:

Abraham is Hebrew and means "father of many." Anthony is and English name and means "highly praiseworthy." Adeline is French and means "nobility." Avery was originally a surname and is a French version of Alfred that means "sage" or "wise."

11What's your favorite of these names:

Levi is Hebrew and means "joined" or "attached." Liam is a shortened version of the Irish name Ulliam and means "helmet of will." Lucinda is Latin and means "illumination," derived from the Roman Goddess of childbirth. Laurence is French and English and simply means "man from Laurentum."

12What's your favorite of these names:

Judith is a Hebrew name meaning "woman of Judea." Jalen is a modern American name that is believed to be a combination of either James and Leonard or a derivation of the name Galen. Jillian is English and means "child of the Gods."

13What's your favorite of these names:

Prudence is English and means what is sounds like, aka, "good judgment." Precious similarly is an English name that means what it sounds like -"of great worth." Likewise, Pearl is English and refers to the precious stone. Paul is Latin and means "humble."

14What's your favorite of these names:

Mary is Hebrew and means "wished-for child." Marlon is French and means "little falcon." Mackenzie was originally a Scottish surname and it means "comely" in Gaelic. Maurice is Latin and means "Moorish," a dark skinned Muslim population of the Middle Ages.

15What's your favorite of these names:

Leah is Hebrew and means "weary" or "tired." Lucy is the English and French version of the Roman name Lucius and means "light." Louis is French and means "famous warrior." Lorraine is French and refers to the region of the same name.

16What's your favorite of these names:

Michael is Hebrew and means "who is like God?" It's a question, implying that no one is like God. Maxwell is a Scottish surname and means "one who dwelled at Maccus' spring." Matilda is a German name that means "strength in battle." Molly is an English name that means "bitter."

17What's your favorite of these names:

Noah is Hebrew and means "comfort" and "rest." Nolan was originally a surname and means "famous" and "noble" in Gaelic. Natasha is a Russian name that means "born on Christmas Day." Napoleon is Italian in origin and means "lion of Naples."

18What's your favorite of these names:

Miracle is Latin and means "wonder" or "marvel." Marcie is the female version of the Latin name Marcus and is a reference to Mars, the God of war. Matti is Hebrew and means "gift of God." Moon Unit is an American name first given to rock star Frank Zappa's daughter.

19What's your favorite of these names:

Aaron is a Hebrew name that means "lofty" or "exalted." Atticus is a Roman name that means "man of Attica," which was a location in Greece. Arthur is a Celtic name that means "bear." Ariana is a Welsh name that means "silver."

20What's your favorite of these names:

Theresa is Greek name in origin and means "harvester." Tanner was originally an English surname and means "someone who tans leather." Theodore is Latin a name and means "God's gift." Tyrell was originally an Irish surname, which means "to pull."

21What's your favorite of these names:

Madeline is French and English and means "from Magdala" -a village on the sea of Galilee. Martin is Latin and refers to the God of war, Mars. Maron was originally a French surname and refers to the family's place of origin in Marriot, Normandy. Muslin is an English name that is a type of cotton.

22What's your favorite of these names:

Ezra is a Hebrew name that means "helper." Emma is German in origin and means "whole" or "universal." Estelle is a French name and simply means "star." Eric is a name that's Norse in origin and means "eternal ruler" or "island ruler."

23What's your favorite of these names:

Wyatt was originally an English surname and it means "brave in war" or "guide." Warren is an English surname as well and means "dweller at a game reserve." Wyclef also started as an English surname and means "white cliff." Wilhelmina is a German name that means "resolute protector."

24What's your favorite of these names:

Zander is short for Alexander, which is a Greek name that means "defender of men." Zephyr is a Greek name that means "of the west wind." Zed is Hebrew and means "the Lord is righteous." Zinc is the name of an element, but come from the Persian word for "stone."

25What's your favorite of these names:

Ebony is Egyptian in origin and means "black." Ethan is a Hebrew name and means "strong and long-lived." Eloise is French and means "healthy" and "wide." Elvis is Scandinavian in origin and means "all wise" -though since the 1950s, it also means "king of rock and roll."

26What's your favorite of these names:

Isaac is a Greek name that means "he will laugh." Iris may be a flower name in English, but it was originally a Greek name meaning "rainbow." Isabella is a Latin form of Elizabeth, meaning "gift from God." Ianto is a Welsh form of John, meaning "God is gracious."

27What's your favorite of these names:

Reginald is a German name that means "counsel ruler." Rodney was originally a German surname that means "from Hroda's island," which was somewhere in Old England. Richard is German and means "strong ruler." Raven is English and just refers to the bird.

28What's your favorite of these names:

Tanisha means "ambition " in Sanskrit. Trevor is both a surname and a given name that means "large settlement" in Welsh. Teagan is Irish and means "beautiful" or "poet." Thor is a Scandinavian name that means "thunder" and was the name for the God of thunder.

29What's your favorite of these names:

Augustine is Latin and means "to increase." Andrea is Greek and means "courageous" and "womanly." Ashley was originally an English surname and means "ash tree clearing." Abed is both a Arabic surname and given name that means "work" or "labor."

30What's your favorite of these names:

Howard is a Scandinavian name and it means "noble watchman." Hazel is an English name derived from the nut of the same name. Hermione comes from the Greek messenger God, Hermes. Harley is an English name and means "hare's meadow."

31What's your favorite of these names:

Anastasia is a Greek name that means "resurrection." Adam is a Hebrew name that means "red," possibly in relation to the red of the ground. Asia doesn't refer to the continent, but is actually Greek for "east" or "sunrise." Axel is Scandinavian and means "father of peace."

32What's your favorite of these names:

Jeremiah is Hebrew and means "may Jehovah exalt." June is Latin and means "young," it also is a form of Juno, the Goddess. Jake is Hebrew and means "he grasps the heel." Jagger was originally an English surname and means "a peddler of goods."

33What's your favorite of these names:

Gwendolyn is Welsh and means "fair" and "blessed." Georgette is a French, female version of the Greek name George, which means "tiller of soil." Geoffery is German and means "traveler." Garrett was originally a French surname that means "rules by the spear."

34What's your favorite of these names:

Cleo is short for Cleopatra, which is Greek and means "glory." Carla is , a feminine version of Carl, which is English for "freeman" or "peasant." Colt can either mean the English word for a young horse or "coal town." Cletus is Greek for "summoned."

35What's your favorite of these names:

Franklin is an English name that means "freeborn land owner." Flora is of Latin origin and means "flower." Frederick is a German name that means "peaceful ruler." Fitz was originally a French surname prefix and means "son of," which would be added to the father's name.

36What's your favorite of these names:

Deborah is a Hebrew name that means "bee." Davenport was originally a British surname tied to Davenport, England. Daisy comes from the flower of the same name, which is English for "day's eye." Deshawnte is an American name that means "beloved" and "darling."

37What's your favorite of these names:

Samuel is a Hebrew name that means either "name of God" or "God has heard." Sean is an Irish name that means "gift from God." Sage is a French surname or given name that means "wise." Star an English name that means exactly what it sounds like.

38What's your favorite of these names:

Elijah is a Hebrew name that means "Jehovah is God." Evan is a Welsh form of John, which means "God is gracious." Elvira is a Spanish name that means "truth," "white" or "beautiful." Elmer is an English surname and given name that means "famous noble."

39What's your favorite of these names:

Thomas is an Aramaic name meaning "twin." Todd is an English surname and given name that means "fox" and in Scotland is used as a nickname meaning "clever" or "wily." Tate is a Scandinavian name that means "cheerful." Thaddeus is an Aramaic name that means "gift from God."

40What's your favorite of these names:

Ronald is a Scottish name that means "mighty counselor." Robert is a German name that means "fame," "bright" and "shining." Rebel is an English name that means, just like it sounds, "someone with little respect for authority." Rocker was actually originally an English surname that means "someone who spins wool."

41What's your favorite of these names:

Lancelot is French and means "servant." Landon was originally a surname and means "long hill" or "ridge." Laney is an English name that means (as you may have guessed) "a path or roadway." Lolita is a Spanish name that means "sorrow."

42What's your favorite of these names:

Byron is an English surname and given name that means "cowshed." Britney is French and means "from Britton" (as in Great Britain). Babette is Greek and means "God is satisfaction." There is only one Queen Bee, so it is most certainly an American name that means "beyond others."

43What's your favorite of these names:

Gabriella is Italian for "woman of God." Ginger doesn't refer to the spice, but instead is English for "pure," "chaste" and "virginal." Gia is Italian and means "God's gracious gift." Gaylord was originally a French surname that means "joyful lord."

44What's your favorite of these names:

Salvador is a Spanish name meaning "savior." Serafina is Latin and means "fiery ones" as in angels. Shannon is an Irish name that is the female version of Sean and means "wise." Shakira is an Arabic name that means "thankful."

45What's your favorite of these names:

Benjamin is Hebrew and means "son of my right hand." Bronwyn is Welsh and means "dark and pure." Brandon is English and means "hill covered in broom" (broom is a weed in England). Batman is an American name based on the classic superhero -and yes, someone actually is named Batman.

46What's your favorite of these names:

Lydia is a Greek name that means "beautiful one." Logan was a Scottish surname related to a place near Auchinleck, in Ayrshire, which means "hollow." Leif is a Scandanavian name that means "heir." Lacrosse is a French name that means "of the cross."

47What's your favorite of these names:

Poppy is English and refers to the flower of the same name. Persephone is Greek and refers to the Goddess of spring and means "bringer of light." Paciano is a Spanish name that means "peaceful." Phelony is an American name that means "felony" -as in a crime.

48What's your favorite of these names:

Katherine is a Latin name that means "pure" and "clear." Kellen is a Gaelic name and it means "slender" or "fair." Kaylee is an English name that means "keeper of the keys." Kahlua is Hawaiian in origin and means "victory."

49What's your favorite of these names:

Henry is a German name that means "rules his household." Hamilton was originally a Scottish surname and it means "treeless hill." Hunter was originally an English and Scottish surname for hunters. Hannibal is a Phoenician name that means "mercy of God."

50What's your favorite of these names:

Aiden is the name of the Celtic sun God and means "fiery." Alastair is the Gaelic version of Alexander, which means "defender of men." Angie is a Greek name that means "angel." Adolph is a German name that means "noble wolf," it was a popular name before Hitler.

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