33 British Girls' Names That Americans Haven't Discovered Yet!

33 British Girls' Names That Americans Haven't Discovered Yet! - Well, I'm sure a lot of these names are used in the States, but they still come across as unique when push comes to shove ;

Elegant British baby names. These beautiful baby names for boys and girls would all feel at home lighting the stage in an Oscar Wilde play, or gracing a rural stately home. In fact, stick "Lady" or "Lord" in front of any of them and see how they just roll off the tongue.

These elegant British names would all feel at home lighting the stage in an Oscar Wilde play, or gracing a rural stately home. In fact, stick "Lady" or "Lord" in front of any of them and see how they just roll off the tongue.

All names above were British baby names during the Victorian era.                                                                                                                                                     More

All names above were British baby names during the Victorian era. The Gothic revival was one of the foremost trends of the Victorian era. Love of medieval, classical and biblical myths and legends permeated all aspects of life.

This chart gives many differences in British and American English. They are the same language, but the choice of words are sometimes different due to location in the world. It is interesting to see the differences between what we use for some words that others do not even though we both use the same language.

British Vs American English: 100+ Differences Illustrated

British Vs American English: 100 Differences Illustrated: I seriously need to keep this on hand, because I can never remember which spelling to use for some of these words

21 Of The Most Ridiculously Cute British And Irish Baby Names

21 Of The Most Ridiculously Cute British And Irish Baby Names

There have been 8 King Henrys (though the name is be tarnished by all the wives), 8 Edwards (the last one abdicated),6 Georges, 4 Williams (assuming Prince William rules as King William), 3 Richards (though Blackadder invented a 4th) 2 Jameses, 2 Charleses (before Prince Charles) and a Philip.  With sons taking precedence over daughters in previous times there are fewer queens to copy,  2 Elizabeths and Victoria. There has also been 1Anne, 2 Marys, and disputed claims from a Jane and a…

Royal baby name poll: Vote for what YOU think William and Kate should call the Prince of Cambridge

200 Perfectly Posh British Baby Names - Style Me Pretty Living

200 Perfectly Posh British Baby Names

British English versus American English; I'm sure you could come up with alternative meanings for the British words as well, e.g. fur tube, dummy, jam. ;)

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So yeah, I'm an English teacher and I'm from Britain and I really enjoy all of the little differences between our version . British English v American English

Tudor tree from William the Conqueror to Elizabeth I. Found from a very cool website where the blogger says, "Ask Henry" and answers questions as if he were Henry!

All royals family tree - family tree showing everybody on the throne of England from William the Conqueror to our present Queen Elizabeth II amazing that during the war many relatives lived in rival countries

From Alfie and Reuben to Leon and Jaxon, here are some popular British names that might just be perfect for your baby boy.

21 Popular British Baby Boy Names Perfect for a Charming Little Gent

From Alfie and Reuben to Leon and Jaxon, here are some popular British names that might just be perfect for your baby boy.

Geographic Distribution of the Historical Origins of English and Welsh Surnames (Source: englishfellowshipandculturalsociety.org.uk)

English place names have many origins, including Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, Norse, and even Dutch & Huguenot.

A family tree of the kings and queens of England (and later, of Britain) as well as several other royal houses of Europe. Starts with Charlemagne and goes to the new Prince George of Cambridge. #britishmonarchy #royalfamily

European Royal Family Tree

A family tree of the kings and queens of England (and later, of Britain) as well as several other royal houses of Europe. Starts with Charlemagne and goes to the new Prince George of Cambridge who now has a little sister named Charlotte

British food slang (United Kingdom)

"American language vs the British language. People of Britain call items weird things compared to here in the United States. The creators of the ENGLISH language can call things whatever the fuck we want, thanks!

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