This macho biker name has now traveled to the female territory. It was given to over 900 girls last year, which is double the number of baby boys named Harley. Harley entered the female side in the year 1991, after the introduction of Joker’s female assistant Harley Quinn in the Batman universe. In the United Kingdom, Harley holds the 49th spot, not bad for a badass baby name. And we predict that it will climb even further.
Badass Nicknames For Girls:
This bold name, beginning with the powerful ‘X’ and softened by the final ‘A’ is sure to catch the attention of many parents. And it is associated with the television warrior princess as well.
Rebel is usually considered as a girl’s name, all thanks to the outstanding comedian Rebel Wilson, but we think it would work equally well for the boys, but as a nickname. The term rebel means ‘someone who rises against the masses’. It also brings to mind the ferocity of James Dean and Katniss Everdeen.
Rogue is a prime example of aggressive word names that are the off-the-grid branch of the new macho baby names. The name means ‘a man who is a major troublemaker,’ with troubles ranging from mischief to lawlessness. But to us, the name reminds of Marvel female superhero of the same name.
Blaise is originally a trendier form of the Latin Blaise. It has featured in the Arthurian legend as the name of Merlin the Magician’s secretary. This unisex name has a connotation that does not match its meaning. It may sound, fiery, hot and combustible, but Blaze actually means ‘the one who stutters’. Amanda Bead named her son Blaise, but you can stick with Blaze.
Roxy is one of those monikers that only a leather-clad vixen can pull off. Who would even think of messing a girl name Roxy? This short form of Roxanna, meaning ‘dawn and bright’, has a tough and sassy vibe to it. And it has a bad-girl history as well, thanks to the infamous “Police” song.
Source : momjunction.com