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What does the name Alessandro have that Howard doesn't? With its double S's and Greek origin, it's just sexier, according to an online survey on male and female names. Users could choose any of the roughly 40, names in the site's "Namipedia" that sent their hearts afire, and rate it on a scale of 1 to It's nice to get a different perspective without, say, running a poll. The top 10 contenders for boys' and girls' names shared a of sexy characteristics, Wattenberg wrote in her blog , published yesterday Feb.
Names that sound exotic topped the list, Wattenberg noticed. You can even go Russian, with Dmitri. Exotic names have "an element of fantasy," Wattenberg said. Chanel is likely a tip of the hat to Coco, and fashion models may have inspired Paulina, she said. The names also come from romances, such as Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet. What's more, many of the male names end in "O," and many of the female names end in "a. It's unclear why that's the case, but the added length may lend it more elegance, she said.
Or, maybe a pair of double L's or T's looks like a long pair of legs, she said. Whatever the reason, it may help parents decide how to spell 's name. The lowest-ranked names for sexiness were as follows:. The boys' and girls' names appear to be unsexy for different reasons. Bob is a perfectly fine name, but it's so ordinary that many people may not see it as exciting and romantic, Wattenberg said.
The girls' names tend to feel old and clunky. The double consonants in the middle of some — Gertrude and Mildred for example — sound heavy, she added. But the survey is far from conclusive. Visitors at Baby Name Wizard can also rate how smart, sophisticated, friendly and creative names sound, but the site doesn't collect demographic data on the users. Plus, people can vote on as many names as they please. To gain traction, each contender had to be rated by a minimum of users. Most of the users are women, who likely have different ideas of sexiness than men, she said.
For instance, a study found that simple one-syllable boys' names, such as Tom and Mark, did well with a gay male audience, she wrote on her blog. So, why might people want a sexy name? Original article on Live Science. Live Science. Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer. Laura Geggel.Sexy hispanic names
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