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Page 1/3. 60 Song names and what they mean, for song, poem, play, ballet, singing, poetry for baby boys, listing 1-20. Here is the list of Song names for girls.
Androcles .. Shaw later used this tale for a play about Christian faith.
Apollo .. Mythology: the Greek and Roman god of light, music, and poetry, who drives the sun across the sky in a carriage, and also rules over healing and prophecy, speaking through the famous oracle at Delphi ..
Bardolf .. A drunken fool named Bardolph appears in four of Shakespeare's plays.
Blythe .. Made famous by the opening lines of Shelley's poem "To a Skylark", "Hail to thee, blithe spirit!" and Noel Coward's play "Blithe Spirit".
Boniface .. Boniface was the name of an innkeeper in a 1707 play "The Beaux' Stratagem" by Fahrquarm ..
Cadfan .. According to a Welsh poem, 20000 saints lie buried there.
Carmine .. (Latin) "Song." ..
Casey .. Made famous by the song about the engineer of the Cannonball Express train, Casey Jones ..
Chantrey .. (Old French) "Singing." .. A chantry, in the Middle Ages, was an endowment of funds to support the singing (chanting) of masses for an individual's soul.
Cyrano .. His talents and his extraordinary nose provided the inspiration for Rostand's popular play "Cyrano de Bergerac" (1897) ..
Damian .. Ballet dancer Damien Woetzel.
Dell .. As in the old song "The Farmer in the Dell" ..
Drury .. Drury Lane is a famous street in London's theater district, and also the home of the Muffin Man in a well-known children's song.
Edward .. Ballet dancer Edward Villella ..
Efron .. (Hebrew) "Singing bird."
Eliron .. (Hebrew) "My God is song."
Enoch .. The name was briefly inspired by Tennyson's famous and sentimental poem "Enoch Arden" from the 1860s to 1880s.
Everley .. Singing group the Everly Brothers.
Fingal .. Literary: the name was used in the Ossianic poems (18th century) for the Gaelic hero Fionn mac Cumhaill (see Finn) ..
Hal .. In Shakespeare's plays about Henry IV, his son is affectionately known as "Prince Hal" ..
Carmine, Casey, Damian, Edward, Enoch and Hal are commonly used names, while Androcles, Apollo, Bardolf, Blythe, Boniface, Cadfan, Chantrey, Cyrano, Dell, Drury, Efron, Eliron, Everley and Fingal are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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