From the famous Macbeth, Lennox
was a nobleman with Scottish origin. The name itself means "elm grove."
Ideal for a baby boy or baby girl, Toby
is of Greek origin meaning "God is good."
Inspired by 'King Lear's' daughter, the name Cordelia
means "heart; daughter of the sea." It's a beautiful name, that has a timeless feel but also sounds modern.
Of Latin origin meaning "pretty rose," the name Rosalind
was made more popular by Shakespeare, as it was the name of one of his most charming heroines.
This beautiful name is of Greek origin, meaning "help." Ophelia
is becoming an incredibly popular choice for a baby girl and has strong Shakespearian roots.
We love everything about this beautiful name, meaning "youthful" and of English and French origin. Juliet
is the most romantic and popular baby girls name that is inspired by Shakespeare.
A lovely shortening of the name Violet, this gorgeous girls name can be linked to Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' character, who plays the leading role, Viola
Inspired by the character in Shakespeare's Cymbeline, Imogen
was known as an incredibly beautiful girl. Imogen comes from Celtic origin, 'Innogen' and means "maiden."
Of Greek origin meaning the "great one", Titania
is the Queen of the Fairies in Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream," so what little girl wouldn't love this name?
While this baby boys name isn't very common, it's definitely a name that will stand out on the class register. Philo
was a soldier in Shakespeares 'Antony and Cleopatra'. The name is of Greek origin and also means "loving."
Meaning "rival" the name Emilia
is the feminine variation of Emil, which is of Latin origin.
One of the most well-know characters from Shakespeare, the name Romeo
is also a popular choice for baby boys. From Italian origin, the name means "pilgrim to Rome."