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Ice Cream Baby Names
Is ice cream your favorite summer treat?Ben - Ben & Jerry's (began in Vermont in 1978). A nickname for Benjamin or Benedict.
In honor of ice cream, I've put together a fun list of ice cream-related names you could give your baby. The names come from ice cream brands, chains, and locally famous ice cream parlors.
Brigham - Brigham's Ice Cream (in Massachusetts, est. 1924).
Christina - Christina's Homemade Ice Cream (in Cambridge, MA). Related names include Christine, Christie, Christia and Christa.
Edy - Edy's Ice Cream (a brand known as Dreyer's on the West Coast). An alternative spelling is Edie.
Frederick - Frederick's Ice Cream (in England, est. early 1900s). Related names include Fredrick, Frederica, Freddy and Fred.
Jake - Jake's Ice Cream & Sorbets (in Atlanta, GA, est. 1990s). A nickname for Jacob.
Jerry - Ben & Jerry's (began in Vermont in 1978). A nickname for Gerald, Jerome, Jeremy or Geraldine.
Jim - Crazy Jim ice cream (in Jamaica, est. 1980s). A nickname for James.
Mario - Mario's Gelati (in Canada, est. 1980s).
Maud - Maud's Ice Cream (in Ireland, est. 1982). A nickname for Matilda.
Mitchell - Mitchell's Ice Cream (in San Francisco, est. 1953).
Murphy - Murphy's Ice Cream (in Co. Kerry, Ireland, est. 2000).
Pierre - Pierre's Ice Cream Shop (in Cleveland, est. 1932). Related names include Peter, Pedro, Pierrette and Pietro.
Polly Ann - Polly Ann Ice Cream (in San Francisco, est. 1955). Related names include Polly, Anne, Anne, and Pollyanna.
Robin - Baskin-Robbins (began in California in 1945). A pet form of Robert.
If you like the idea of an ice cream-inspired name, but none of these tickle your fancy, try taking a look around your own neighborhood or grocery store -- you never know what you might find!
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