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Celebrity Baby Names
Starting with Letter "N"


Artists are creative by nature and often give their children quite creative names! Some are traditional, some unique, and some are, well, just down right weird. It doesn't really matter at the end of the day for these kids, though, because for the most part they were dealt a pretty good hand in life considering the wealth and stature of their respective parent(s).

 

Check out some of the interesting names celebs have given their children. Click on a block or drag the slider to select the first initial of the celebrity's first name.

  • Aleph Portman-Millepied
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    Aleph Portman-Millepied
    One day she's a young A-List actress bouncing between relationships. The next thing you know, she's hooking-up with her movie Black Swan's choreographer (who, by the way, was living with another woman at the time), then she's winning an Oscar, and the next thing you know, she's with baby and then married (yes, in that order). That was quick. Aleph Portman-Millepied was born in 2011. The name signifies the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet as well as the number 1. What she going to name her next kid, Number Two?
  • Monroe and Moroccan Cannon
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    Monroe and Moroccan Cannon
    Superstar couple Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon welcomed fraternal twins in April 2011. True to form for celebrities, they gave their children somewhat unusual names. Their daughter Monroe was named after Carey's idol Marilyn Monroe and Moroccan Scott was named after the style of decor in the room where Nick proposed to Mariah. Aw, how cute. They have nicknamed the children "Roc" and "Roe" (pretty clever, huh?). Congratulations to the cute couple!
  • Camden John Lachey
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    Camden John Lachey
    Former member of the boy band 98 Degrees, Nick Lachey, and his now-wife Vanessa welcomed their first child on September 12, 2012, a baby boy they named Camden John Lachey. Another TV personality, Kristin Cavallari, beat them to the punch when she named her first son Camden Jack on August 8, 2012. What's up with the name Camden all of a sudden, especially in the circles of quasi-celebrity? It's the transferred use of an English surname meaning "valley of camps". Surnames like Camden are modern and trendy rather than old-school and traditional.
  • Isabella and Connor Cruise.  Sunday and Faith Urban.
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    Isabella and Connor Cruise. Sunday and Faith Urban.
    Nicole Kidman has four children. Two were adopted with her first husband Tom Cruise. The latter two children she had biologically with second husband country music star Keith Urban. The adopted children are Isabella Jane (b. 1992) and Connor Anthony (b. 1995). Kidman married Keith Urban in 2006 and in 2008 the couple welcomed their first daughter together which Nicole gave birth to at the age of 41. They named her Sunday Rose Kidman Urban. Their second daughter together (and Kidman’s third daughter) was born via surrogacy at the end of 2010 (Nicole was 43). This one they named Faith Margaret Kidman Urban. The girls’ middle names (i.e., Rose and Margaret) are namesakes in honor of Urban’s and Kidman’s late grandmothers respectively. Sunday was named after the day of the week that Nicole and Keith cherish – a relaxing day surrounded by family. It gave them a sense of happiness and beauty. The name Faith came out of, well, the couple's “faith” in God’s plan for another baby.
  • Harlow and Sparrow Madden
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    Harlow and Sparrow Madden
    Nicole Richie and her Good Charlotte front man husband Joel Madden welcomed Harlow Winter Kate Richie Madden into the world on January 11, 2008. The following year, the girl's name Harlow appeared on the U.S. popularity charts for the first time ever, and it's showing increased usage each subsequent year. The same cannot be said for "Sparrow" which is the name the couple gave their son in September 2009 (full name: Sparrow James Midnight Madden). Sparrow? Really? Sounds ultra-feminine to us, but at least mom and dad gave him a normal middle name (James) so he can opt for that one in Junior High. Then again, he'll probably be going to school with kids named Zuma, Pilot, Apple and Banjo. So does it really matter?
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