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Starr. Like Ringo Starr, the drummer of the Beatles! (That's the first thing I think of when I see it spelt this way, anyway.)
-- Pippin  9/4/2008
While I like Star already, I can understand if someone were to think Star were a bit pretentious. Starr lessens like likelihood of that, which is why I'm actually fond of this spelling, as it can be given in honor of someone's surname.
-- erb816  2/16/2010
The name Starr was given to 97 poor little girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/18/2013
My mother has this name, and she loves it. No one ever forgets her name. I really like it too; I am currently fighting with my sibling over which of us will name our daughters Starr. For me, it gives the impression of someone brilliant and pretty, like a star.
-- younglillady  9/6/2014
This is an awful, tacky name. Star is bad enough, but the extra r just pushes it over the tackiness level. If you can't tell why this is an awful name, then you probably have tacky taste. Sorry.
-- Anonymous User  10/14/2014
Starr was given to 84 girls in 2014 in the United States, boys were also given this name, but rarely.
-- cutenose  2/22/2016
When I was in grade school, the mayor of New Orleans was nicknamed "Moon". Most unfortunate. I especially hated being teased, "Starr and Moon are having a son." Since then, the name has really worked out for me. It is Dr. Starr now, and pediatric patients love it.
-- Anonymous User  4/2/2016
The name Starr was given to 73 girls born in the US in 2015.
-- HerculePoirot  6/14/2016

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