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20 Baby Names Inspired by U.S. Cities
We are heading out for Macks’ first road trip in a couple of weeks, traveling from Connecticut to Kentucky. It is going to be a long trip with all three kids, but I am looking forward to seeing a lot of states that I’ve never seen before. It will be a wonderful learning experience for not only my kids, but also for me.
In honor of our road trip, I decided to share some of my favorite baby names inspired by cities in the United States!
Elizabeth is a city in New Jersey with a population of 124,000 making it the state’s fourth largest city.
Everett, Washington is situated just north of Seattle. The city is named after Everett Colby, son of founder Charles Colby.
Situated on the coast of California, Berkeley is named after bishop and philosopher George Berkeley.
Eugene, Oregon, known for it’s arts and outdoors is the third largest city in the state.
Jackson is the largest city in Mississippi and is also the state’s capital.
Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina.
Houston is the most populous city in the state of Texas with a population of over 21 million people.
Austin is the capital of Texas and is also home to the University of Texas.
Savannah is the oldest city in Georgia and was established in 1733.
Phoenix is the capital and is also the largest city in Arizona.
Brooklyn is a borough of New York City and is also the largest of all five.
Bronx is one of the five boroughs of New York City.
Orlando is a city in central Florida and home to Walt Disney World.
Dallas is a major metropolitan city in Texas.
Aurora is a city located in Colorado and is the third largest city in the state.
Henderson is the second largest city in the state of Nevada.
Chandler, a suburb of Phoenix, is located in Arizona.
Madison is the second largest city in Wisconsin and is also the state’s capital.
Augusta, a city located on the eastern border of Georgia, was named after Princess Augusta.
Gresham is a city in Oregon, located just east of Portland. It was named after American Civil War General, Walter Gresham.