Does geography have anything to do with how youname your baby boy? It might.
You either know a mess of juniors and boys with Roman numerals in their full nameor hardly any at all, depending on where in the US you reside. According to a new study from the University of Oklahoma viaYahoo! News, parents from Southern and Western states tend to give boys a name (also known as a "patronym") that pays tribute to their dad or another male relative more often because of their "honor culture." This means that they deeply value reputation, which often goes hand-in-hand with being brave, strong and aggressive when it comes to protecting their families.
I didn't realize there was a geographic trend behind naming baby after his father. Is this something you've considered?