We adore her novels, her characters, her witty writing and her love of…well, love. Yep, we even revere them enough to bestow our offspring with one of her timeless monikers. Here, 20 baby names for the Jane Austen-obsessed.

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Darcy (from “Pride and Prejudice”)

For a boy or girl

Do you consider (baby) pride a fault or a virtue?

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Dashwood (from “Sense and Sensibility”)

For a boy

A sensible name, indeed.

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Elinor (from “Sense and Sensibility”)

For a girl

An uncommon spelling for a very practical girl.

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Bingley (from “Pride and Prejudice”)

For a boy 

Just don’t let his older sister push him around.

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Bennet (from “Pride and Prejudice”)

For a boy

Sure to be a family man.

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Lizzie (from “Pride and Prejudice”)

For a girl 

This one means "strong-willed" (and an avid reader).

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Gardiner (from “Pride and Prejudice”)

For a boy or girl

Amiable and prefers the outdoors.

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Brandon (from “Sense and Sensibility”)

For a boy 

The most good-natured colonel of all.

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Wickham (from “Pride and Prejudice”)

For a boy

Charming…possibly to a fault.

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Jane (from “Pride and Prejudice”)

For a girl

She dearly loves to laugh.

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Charles (from “Pride and Prejudice”)

For a boy

Too cute for words.

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Edmund (from “Mansfield Park”)

For a boy 

Mansfield Park playdate, anyone?

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Kitty (from “Pride and Prejudice”)

For a girl

Keep your eye on this one.

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Fitzwilliam (from “Pride and Prejudice”)

For a boy

A little pompous? Maybe. Sincerely generous? Always.

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Bertram (from “Mansfield Park”)

For a boy 

A regal last name, and an even better first.

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Marianne (from “Sense and Sensibility”)

For a girl 

She’ll always believe in true love.

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Emma (from “Emma”)

For a girl 

A matchmaker after our own heart.

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Pemberley (from “Pride and Prejudice”)

For a girl

Like Kimberly, but better.

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Georgiana (from “Pride and Prejudice”)

For a girl

Destined to be amazing at the piano.

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For a boy or girl 

You really can’t go wrong here. 

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