Blair Cornelia Paige WaldorfBlair Amelia Paige WaldorfBlair Cornelia Grace WaldorfBlair Amelia Grace Waldorf
Blair Cornelia Paige Waldorf
BLAIR: from the Scottish, it means "dweller on the plain." CORNELIA: from the Latin, it means "horned." PAIGE: from the English, it means "page to a lord."
Charles Bartholomew Jacob BassCharles Barthelemy Jacob BassCharles Bartholomew Joseph BassCharles Barthelemy Joseph Bass
Charles Bartholomew Joseph Bass
CHARLES: from French, it means "free man." BARTHOLOMEW: from Aramaic, it means "son of the furrow." JOSEPH: from Hebrew, it means "Jehovah increases."
Daniel Randolph Joshua HumphreyDaniel Randolph Jonah HumphreyDaniel Rudolph Jonah HumphreyDaniel Rudolph Joshua Humphrey
Daniel Randolph Jonah Humphrey
DANIEL: from Hebrew, it means "God is my judge." RANDOLPH: from English, it means "shield-wolf." JONAH: from Hebrew, it means "dove."
Serena Christine van der WoodsenSerena Catherine van der WoodsenSerena Krystine van der WoodsenSerena Celia van der Woodsen
Serena Celia van der Woodsen
SERENA: form Latin, it means "quiet, serene."
Jennifer Tessa HumphreyJennifer Terry HumphreyJennifer Tallulah HumphreyJennifer Tabatha Humphrey
Jennifer Tallulah Humphrey
JENNIFER: from Welsh, it means "white shadow." TALLULAH: from Irish, it means "lady of abundance."
Nathaniel Fitzwilliam ArchibaldNathaniel Fitzgerald ArchibaldNathaniel Ferdinand ArchibaldNathaniel Franklin Archibald
Nathaniel Fitzwilliam Archibald
NATHANIEL: from Hebrew, it means "gift of God." FITZWILLIAM: from English, it means "son of William."
Vanessa Maribel AbramsVanessa Marilee AbramsVanessa Maryann AbramsVanessa Marigold Abrams
Vanessa Marigold Abrams
VANESSA: it's a literary invention by Jonathan Swift and the name of a butterfly. MARIGOLD: from English, it means "golden Virgin Mary", it's the name of a flower.
Lillian Cecilia van der WoodsenLillian Celia van der WoodsenLillian Catherine van der WoodsenLillian Cecily van der Woodsen
Lillian Celia van der Woodsen
LILIAN: from Latin, it's the name of a flower. CELIA: from Latin, it means "heavenly."