Zodiac Baby Names

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    Choosing your baby’s name is incredibly important, as the name carries a unique weight and meaning that the girl or boy will carry for life. The meaning of a name is often the reason behind the choice, but what about other more fascinating influences? Astrology has helped shape and guide us for millennia, and can even reveal hidden aspects of our potential and personality. The stars are able to give a fresh dimension to our names, so selecting one isn’t the exclusive reserve of the newly born, but is for adults, too!

    If you’re looking for a name to suit your child (or even yourself!), this comprehensive A–Z guide from Russell Grant is ideal. Arranged by sun sign, with a special appendix covering the planetary rulers, it has everything you need to decide on the right name to bring out the best in your baby or you, including a special fact file for each zodiac sign, how the planets influence every name, and thousands of names from around the world. Choosing your baby’s name has never been so much fun!

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    Number of Pages: 432
    Format(s): Ebook - ISBN: 9781401926830
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    Listed in: Baby names, Astrology
    Publisher: Hay House Inc

    Books by Russell Grant

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