www.NamesForTwins.com

Boy Names that are Anagrams

(Same letters arranged differently!)

Home

 

Most Popular Twin Names

Twin Girls
Twin Boys
Girl/Boy Twins


Twin Names that Rhyme

 

Names that are Anagrams

Twin Girls
Twin Boys
Girl/Boy Twins

 

Christian & Biblical Names

Twin Girls
Twin Boys
Girl/Boy Twins

 

Names from Literature
& Mythology



Names from Television,
Movies, Music, & Sports

Twin Boys
Twin Girls



Disney Characters

 

Names from Nature

 

Last Names as First Names


Named After Places

 

Named After Presidents


Famous Couples & Twins

 

One Syllable Names for Twins



Lengthy (Four Syllable) Names

 

Gender Neutral Names

 

Names for African-American Twins


Names for Hispanic Twins



Names for Asian Twins



The Evolution of Names
Since 1900


Names with Similar Meanings

 

Twins Merchandise

Maternity Tops
Shirts for Men, Women & Children
Mugs, Neckties & Magnets

 

Contact Us:

NamesForTwins@mail.com

Chapter 4. Twin Names that are Anagrams

For parents who seek similar - and symmetrical - names for their twins that are not cutesy or rhyming, anagrams are an intriguing choice. By definition, anagrams are words that have exactly the same letters, but in a different order. Consequently, they are always the same length - and often have a similar feel. As an added bonus, names that are anagrams are rarely trendy or popular, which gives them a certain cachet. If nothing else, the pairings in this chapter will open your mind to new ways of thinking about names - and to possibilities you might not have considered.


Twin Names that are Anagrams - Boys


Gray & Gary

Gray: (English): gray-haired
Gary: (German & English): spear


Hans & Nash

Hans: (German & Hebrew): gift from God; (Scandinavian): God is gracious
Nash: (American): adventurer


Jason & Jonas

Jason: (Greek): to heal
Jonas: (Hebrew): gift from God; (Spanish): dove; (Israel): accomplishing

Kaleb & Blake

Kaleb: (Israel): faithful; (Hebrew): dog or bold
Blake: (English): pale blond or dark; (Scottish): dark-haired


Marcelo & Carmelo

Marcelo: (Italian & Latin): hammer
Carmelo: (Hebrew & Israel): fruit orchard

Nicol & Colin

Nicol: (Scottish & English): victorious
Colin: (Irish & Gaelic): young; (Scottish): young dog; (English): of a triumphant people

Romeo & Moore

Romeo: (Italian, Spanish, Latin America & African American): from Rome
Moore: (French): dark-skinned; (Irish & French): surname


Ryder & Derry

Ryder: (English): knight
Derry: (English, Irish, German & Gaelic): red-haired, from the oak grove

Seaton & Easton

Seaton: (English): from the farm by the sea
Easton: (English): from east town


Seton & Stone

Seton: (English): from the farm by the sea
Stone: (English): stone


Tyson & Stony

Tyson: (French): explosive; (English): son of Tye
Stony: (English): stone

 

This is a sample excerpt from Louise Nolan's innovative book:



Names For Twins: 5000+ pairs of fun and distinctive baby names for boy, girl, and mixed sets of twins

Louise Nolan
238 pages, 8.5" x 11" (21.59 x 27.94 cm)
ISBN-13: 978-1933819716

Table of Contents


Chapter 1: Introduction: The Challenges of Naming Twins

Chapter 2: The Most Popular Names for Twins (2014)

Chapter 3 : Names that Rhyme

Chapter 4. Anagrams

Chapter 5. Christian & Biblical Names

Chapter 6. Names from Literature & Mythology

Chapter 7. Names from Popular Culture / the Entertainment Industry

Chapter 8. Names from Disney

Chapter 9: Names from Nature

Chapter 10: Last Names as First Names

Chapter 11: Named After Famous Places

Chapter 12: Named after Presidents & First Ladies

Chapter 13: Named after Famous Couples & Twins

Chapter 14: One Syllable Names

Chapter 15: Lengthy (Four Syllable) Names

Chapter 16: Gender Neutral (Unisex) Names

Chapter 17. Popular Names for African-American Twins

Chapter 18. Popular Names for Hispanic Twins

Chapter 19. Popular Names for Asian Twins

Chapter 20: The Evolution of Names Since 1900

Chapter 21: Names with Similar Meanings

Appendix A: An Alphabetical List of Boys Names

Appendix B. An Alphabetical List of Girls Names


If you want to read the entire book - or give it to an expectant mom as a fun and distinctive shower or baby gift, you're in luck!

We are proud to offer Names for Twins in paperback, electronic, and Kindle formats.

To order the paperback version of the publication for $16.99 (plus shipping), which will be delivered directly to your door, please click here. The site accepts all major credit cards.

To order the electronic version of the publication (pdf format) for $9.99, which we will send directly to your email address, please click here.
Our delivery hours are 8 am - 8 pm (Eastern time), 7 days per week.

Finally, to order the Kindle version of the publication for $9.99, which will be delivered immediately to your wireless reading device, please click below:

 

Enjoy the world's best resource for naming twins!

 



Back to top