Baby Tips

Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Kanya Rashi is the sixth astrological sign in Vedic astrology. The sign is represented by a maiden and corresponds to the Virgo zodiac sign of western astrology. According to astrology, individuals born under Kanya Rashi are recommended to have names beginning with the sounds of”Pa,” “Tha,” “To,” and “Sha.” In
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Image: Shutterstock Most Chinese surnames are “pinyin” romanization of common and popular Chinese surnames. A few of the surnames have a toponymic origin, while others may have their origin from clan names, dynasty names, or even occupation. In this MomJunction post, we present 100 common Chinese surnames or last names, along with their meanings. List
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Parents want their children to be successful and financially independent. You might love to add to that wish by choosing a billionaire name, or the one inspired by wealthy and successful people. Who knows, the name may serve as a motivation for your future Richie Rich. In this MomJunction post,
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Image: Shutterstock A picturesque European nation, Finland boasts of some interesting and unique surnames. Some of the Finnish surnames are ethnic, while others may have a toponymic, patronymic, or occupational origin. Many Finnish surnames also serve as ornamental or adopted surnames. In this MomJunction post, we present 100 common Finnish surnames or last names along
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Image: Shutterstock Bengali surnames often have interesting legends behind their origin. For instance, some popular surnames are considered a title given by a king, while some others indicate a lineage to an ancient clan. There are surnames that suggest an occupation or are indicative of a location, thus toponymic. The surnames from Bengal have been
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Image: Shutterstock Punjabi surnames originate from occupation, location, and often from the names of ancestral clans within a community. There are three basic communities in Punjab, namely the Khatri (mostly warriors and merchants), the Arora (mostly merchants), and the Jatt (mostly landlords). The majority of Punjabi surnames trace their roots to these three communities. In
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