BAFTA-winning baby name generator: Name Generator BAFTA 2017
This year’s BAFTA Award nominations have been revealed.
The winners of the award, which recognises excellence in the development of new and emerging baby names, are: BAFTA Winner (Baby Name Generator): Betsey, the first name of a child born in Scotland who has two full words in the alphabet and is pronounced Betsey.
BAFTA Winner for Best Novel (The Great Gatsby): The novel by Daniel Defoe, which tells the story of the life of the famous writer George Gatsbys.
Winner for Best Short Story (The Catcher in the Rye): A classic novel set in the United States in the 19th century.
Newborn Name Generator: The name generator app is a unique way to name a newborn baby.
The app enables you to create a name from a list of over 100,000 names that are already available online.
The names you choose can be either short, middle-length or long, and can be combined.
Each name is matched to the person with whom it is related.
For example, if a baby is born to a woman and the name is “Kiss”, you can choose “KISS-Kitten”, which means “Kitten Kiss Kiss Kiss” or “Kissy Kiss Kiss”.
Winner in the Newborn Name Generator category: Sarah, the name of the first baby born in the UK who was named Sarah.
The Baby Name Generator app was designed to allow users to enter a short or middle-term name.
For most baby names it will result in a long, simple or short name.
A selection of baby names have been nominated for the BAFTA Awards.
The BAFTA Baby Name Generation app was created by BAFTA, the Australian Academy of Science and Technology and the Royal Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
How to use this baby name generation app: