Ten exceptional women you must name your daughter after
The best ten woman the world will never forget in naming there daughters
A time that you discover that you are pregnant, there are dozens of things that need to be thought out, planned and purchased but the most important thing is to decide on a name.
Of course, it has need to be nice, and something that you do not get sick. But it should also be a source of inspiration, and hopefully, shaping your future child of a certain way.
A great place to begin during the examination of the names, in particular for girls baby, it is to think of the powerful women and pioneers who have marked our generation.
Continue to scroll to see the names of some of the most inspirational women throughout history.
- Harriet Tubman
Tubman was Born a slave in 1820, Harriet Tubman became an abolitionist before the civil war and has escaped slavery in 1849, goes to the free more than 300 slaves via the Underground Railroad. She later became a famous leader of the rights of women and is now configured to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20.
- Gloria Steinem
Gloria SteinemAP Photo/Dan Steinberg
Gloria Steinem was a feminist icon since the 1960s, and is without detour of equality. The 83 years), writer, lecturer, and activist has participated in New York magazine in 1968, and has written several books and personal trials.
Zelda Fitzgerald FitzgeraldAP Photo
if you have been one of the many students whose the secondary school required tasks of reading included “Gatsby the Magnificent”, then you may or may not know that a large number of words that was believed to be F. Scott Fitzgerald’s may have been written by his wife, Zelda. As the author herself, Zelda Fitzgerald is said to have been a very great inspiration for his work. Openly and in advance of its time, it described as “the first American to Rabat.”
- Tereshkova Alexander
Tereshkova In 1963, becomes the first woman to travel in space. After having spent a total of 71 hours in the space, it is returned to Earth after having been in space longer than any other astronaut to the time.
Al-Khatahtbeh Amani Amani Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images
to make major changes in the media industry at the age of 17, Al-Khatahtbeh Muslim Girl Amani founded, an online magazine written by and for Muslim women. The web site quickly hatch after its creation in 2009, and became a resource not only for American Muslims, but also the American women who wish to inform on the Islam. Al-Khatahtbeh has finally released a memory of the same name at the end of 2016.
- Ida B. Wells
Ida B. Wells was a brilliant journalist and activist afro-american whose articles and essays policies lead to its becoming a part owner of the “freedom of speech and of Memphis of Road” in 1892. She then to form the National Association of Women of Color later before co-founding the NAACP.
- Audrey Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn Getty images/Hulton archive as an Academy Award-winning actress and icon of mode, Hepburn was especially known for his role of Holly Go lightly in the film adaptation of Truman Capote’s “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”. She is also one of the few actresses to have won a EGO – an Emmy, a Grammy, a Oscar and a Tony Award.
- Ada Lovelace
Ada Lovelace Ada Lovelace Wikimedia commons was a mathematician of the 19th century whose it is said that he has worked with Charles Babbage to write instructions for the first code of the computer in the years 1800. It is also the daughter of the famous poet Lord Byron, who has called his “Princess of parallelograms.”
- Truth Sojourner
Truth Sojourner Commons born into slavery as Isabella Baum free, Sojourner Truth was an abolitionist and activist for the rights of the more known for its “Ain’t I a woman?”, speech given at the Ohio 1851 convention of the rights of women.
- Martha Graham
Graham Getty Hulton Archive Martha Graham has been a pioneer of modern dance whose signature Graham technique is …
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