The Meaning of Celebrity Baby Names
Celebrities try to come up with the most unusual names that they can for their children. However, these are sometimes not always the luckiest names once you figure out the Expression number (the value of the name when it is reduced to a single digit according to the principles of numerology). However, some celebrities seem to be purposefully giving their children names that are very fortunate in terms of numerology.
It is hard to say whether or not Courtney Cox and David Arquette were aware that they gave their daughter a name that was a master number. Coco Riley Cox-Arquette adds up to being a master number 11. She is destined to be a healer and spiritual leader.
Scientologists are somewhat aware of numerology, which is why they may have not given their little girl Suri a middle name. The name Suri adds up to a life path number of 7. The 7 number represents an individual who is brilliant. However, it is also the number of the eccentric and the Life Path number most likely to suffer from depression or a psychiatric disorder of some kind.
It seems that the number 7 crop up a lot when it comes to the naming of celebrity children Angelina’s adopted Cambodian son’s name is Maddox Chivan Thornton Jolie, which adds up to a 7. Once again this is an individual fated to be brilliant, but perhaps trapped a bit in his own world.
Jolie and Pitt’s adopted daughter’s name is Zahara Marley Jolie-Pitt, which adds up to a 2. She is likely to find the love of her life early in life.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin named their first child Apple Blythe Alyson Martin. This name adds up to a 6, which is not the most fortuitous of numbers as it can indicate an individual who has an over attachment to his or her parents.
Martin and Paltrow’s second child is named Moses Yellow Speed of Sound Martin, which adds up to a 3. This child is likely to be talented and in the spotlight like his parents a 3 is the number of fame.
Designer and singer Gwen Stefani and rocker Gavin Rossdale named their son Kingston James McGregor Rossdale This name also adds up to a 3, which means this child likely to also have inherited his parent’s talent.
Frank Zappa was one of the first male celebrities to give his children really unusual names. He called his children Moon Unit Zappa, which adds up to a 1 (the number of a leader), and Dweezil Zappa that adds up to a soulful and spiritual 9.
Cher also gave her daughter an offbeat name and the result was that Chastity Bono also went on to lead an offbeat life. Her name adds up to a 7, which is the number of the outsider in society. As Chastity is a lesbian, she has been called on to defend her sexuality many times as well as fought weight problems that have very much ended upon the public eye.
The key is to not make the mistakes that celebrities do by going for a trendy name. Instead, do a little research to see what the actual calculation is for your child’s name’s Expression number.