->ComicStrip/{{Beetle|Bailey}}'s brother is named "Chigger"? Really? [[AsYouKnow As you may or may not know]], ''ComicStrip/{{Hi and Lois}}''[='=]s Lois is Beetle's sister, so we have to wonder what her real name was -- Ladybug? -- before she got married and fled this sad, creepy family for good.
-->-- '''Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon''', "[[http://joshreads.com/?p=8936 Walker-Browne domestic hell]]"

Sometimes, authors give their characters related names. While ThemeNaming adds a sense of unity or cohesiveness to the work, it doesn't always make much sense in-universe. Family Theme Naming is when the names of related characters follow a pattern or fall into a category. Somewhere along the line, a ''character'' would have had to make the decision to name his or her children something that resulted in Theme Naming. This could result in similarly named siblings or span the entire family tree.

A subtrope of ThemeNaming. ThemeTwinNaming is a subtrope. See also AlliterativeFamily.
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[[folder:Anime & {{Manga]]
* Pretty much all the male Nobis in ''{{Doraemon}}'' are named after their last name.
** '''Nobi'''ta, '''Nobi'''suke, ''[[NamesTheSame the other]]'' '''Nobi'''suke, '''Nobi'''rou, '''Nobi'''ru...
*** [[OddNameOut Sewashi is the obvious exception]], but the use of the theme may have died out by then considering that he's Nobita's [[TheFuture great-great-grandson]], and at some point they would've run out of suffixes.
* In ''Manga/InuYasha'', the three named characters from the demon slayers' village -- Sango, her younger brother Kohaku, and their pet Kirara -- all have names referring to semi-precious stones (coral, amber and mica, respectively). Additionally, Kikyou and her younger sister Kaede both have names that begin with K and refer to plants (bellflower and maple).
* ''Franchise/DragonBall'':
** Son Goku and his sons--'''Go'''han and '''Go'''ten. Further, the kanji for "ku" in Goku's name (空) means "sky" and the "ten" in Goten's name (天) means "heaven."
** Later, Gohan ("rice") marries a girl named Videl and have a daughter named Pan ("bread"), another intentional pun on Akira Toriyama's part.
*** Videl herself is an anagram of "Devil", as her father is named Mr. Satan. Furthermore, according to Toriyama in the ''[[AllThereInTheManual Super Exciting Guide: Character Volume]]'', Mr. Satan is just a stage name; his real name is Mark. In Japanese, the name (Maaku) becomes an anagram for Akuma (Devil/demon), thus continuing the family's supernatural naming convention.
*** And Pan is actually a [[UpToEleven triple-themed]] name: the food puns for Gohan's side of the family, the powerful/mythical theme from Videl's, and the musical theme from Piccolo, who was Gohan's surrogate father for much of the series.
** Goku's wife was named Chi-Chi (milk/breast) because her father is the "Ox King." Their family is a reference to cows.
** King Piccolo and all of his children (Tambourine, Drum, Cymbal, Piano, Piccolo Jr.) who are all named after musical instruments.
** The Briefs family (Bulma/Bloomer, Dr. Briefs, Trunks, Bra) who are named after undergarments.
** Krillin later gives birth to a daughter named Marron. Both names are puns on chestnuts.
** The Namekians (Dende, Nail, Cargo, Moori, Slug), who are all named after snails.
** The Saiyans, who are all named after vegetables (Raditz, Kakarot, Broli, Paragus), with the royal family and planet all being named "Vegeta."
** The Ginyu Force are all named after dairy products (Ginyu--Milk, Burter--Butter, Jeice--Cheese, Guldo--Yogurt, Recoome--Cream).
** Majin Buu and his two masters (Bibidi and Babidi) are all named after the Cinderella Song, "Bibidi Babidi Boo
** Frieza (Freezer)'s family (his father King Cold, his brother Cooler, and his ancestor Chilled) are all given cold-themed names. The exception is Kuriza, Frieza's son in the parody ''Neko Majin Z'' ("Kuri" means chestnut, and refers to the pointed top of Kuriza's head).
* In ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'', Misty and her sisters are named after flowers.
* In ''{{Gamaran}}'', the (probable) BigBad Naosada Washizu, the Daimyo of Unabara, has about 30 sons. All of them have a name starting with Nao (Naoyoshi, Naoshizu, Naoie and so on).
* The main heroes in ''SorcererHunters'' are named after cakes: Carrot, Marron, Gateau, Chocolate and Tira (Misu).
* HunterXHunter: The five Zaoldyeck children. From oldest to youngest: Illu'''mi''', '''Mi'''llu'''ki''', '''Ki'''llu'''a''', '''A'''llu'''ka''', and '''Ka'''lluto.
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' is absolutely rife with this:
** The Kurosaki siblings have names that are homonyms (same pronunciation, different kanji) for plants. Ichigo's name references a plant grown for its fruit, his sisters are named for plants that do bear edible fruit but which are valued more as ornamental plants than fruit-bearing plants. (Ichigo = "strawberry"; Karin = "flowering quince"; Yuzu = "citron"). Their mother Masaki's name is also based around flower blooms.
** The Shiba siblings all have names composed of a classical element and a type of bird: Kaien = "sea swallow"; Kuukaku = "sky crane"; Ganju = "rock eagle".
** The Kuchiki clan have color-related names. Ginrei = "silver", Soujun = "green/blue", Byakuya = "white".
** The Ishidas use a samurai naming convention where the son "inherits" a character from his father's name. They also have names alluding to their Quincy heritage: Souken = "soul bow", Ryuuken = "dragon/imperial bow". Uryuu = "rain dragon" seems like the OddNameOut but the "rain" character may allude to [[BeamSpam his signature attack]], [[GratuitousGerman Licht Regen]] ("Rain of Light").
** The Inoue siblings have a celestial theme. Orihime = "Vega", the heavenly weaver princess of the Tanabata legend, and Sora = "the sky".
** The Kotetsu sisters (Isane and Kiyone) have sound-themed names.
* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', male Senju in the Warring Clans Era all had architecture-themed names ending in "-ma", possibly playing off their key role as one of the two main founding clans of the Konoha-gakure.
* It's revealed in ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaViVid'' that [[CloningBlues Vivio Takamachi's]] original was Sankt Kaiser Olivie Sägebrecht, whose nickname was "Vivi".
* In ''DigimonAdventure'', brothers Yamato and Takeru are named after Japanese folk hero Yamato Takeru. For bonus points, the movie "Our War Game" shows that their grandmother lives in Shimane, the same place as Yamato Takeru.
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In ''Silex and the City'', the members of the principal nuclear family are Blog Dotcom (father), Spam Dotcom (mother), Web Dotcom (daughter) and Url Dotcom (son).
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[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ''WebAnimation/ZanyToTheMax'' has this with the eight Warners: Yakko, Wakko, Pakko, Makko, Dot, Jot, Zak, and Ko. (Zak and Ko's names can be combined to fit the pattern.) In one episode, Yakko explains how this ThemeNaming came to be.
* The Draconequi in the ''Fanfic/PonyPOVSeries'' have this with both NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast (Havoc, Entropy, Discord, Strife, Anarchy, Pandemonium, Destruction, Rancor, and Fluttercruel/Cruelty (Discord's {{Child By|Rape}} MindRape with Fluttershy)), and the siblings all having at least one name starting with D (Discord, Disruption, Disorder, Desire, Destruction, and [[spoiler:Disruption]]).
** From the 7 Dreams/Nightmares Gaiden, Sweetheart's siblings are named Peaches, Cream, and Cheese. She also has this with her children, Lion Heart, Pure Heart, Brave Heart, and Wild Heart.
* ''[[FanFic/RealityChecksNyxverse Alicornundrum]]'': Killdeer, a young royal griffin Nyx meets at the international summit, has a family tradition that gives the names of bird species to their griffin bodies and snake species names to their [[MultipleHeadCase sentient snake tails]], with Killdeer's snake tail being named Adder.
* In ''FanFic/StallionsofHarmonyVerse'' all Bluebloods are named after some sort of titles. Examples include: Prince, Duke, Tzar, Caesar and many so far not announced. One exception being [[spoiler:King]], which is a taboo.
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[[folder:Film]]
* ''Theatre/TheOddCouple'': The Pigeon sisters are named Gwendolyn and Cecily, after the heroines of ''TheImportanceOfBeingEarnest''.
* ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' has Biff and his progeny, Griff and Buford.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* In ''Literature/HarryPotter'', the Black family seems to follow StellarThemeNaming. There are a few exceptions, notably [[MamaBear Narcissa]], but she passed it on to the Malfoy family through her son [[AntiVillain Draco]] and his son, Scorpius.
** Some have speculated that the Weasleys' names are based on Arthurian mythology. The father is named Arthur and his daughter's full name, "Ginevra," is an Italian form of Gueneviere. However, the only other name that comes close to fitting is Percy, which {{Fanon}} has incorrectly claimed is short for "Percival."
** [[FloralThemeNaming Lily and Petunia Evans.]]
*** This is passed on when [[spoiler: Harry names his daughter Lily]].
** According to [[AllThereInTheManual Pottermore]], every member of the Ollivander family [[LetterMotif has a "G" name]].
** [[LetterMotif Albus, Aberforth, and Ariana Dumbledore.]]
* The members of the [[TheBigGuy Holt family]] in ''Literature/The39Clues'' are named after famous people in American government: Three are named after presidents ([[UsefulNotes/DwightDEisenhower Eisenhower]], [[UsefulNotes/JamesMadison Madison]] and [[RonaldReagan Reagan]]), the mother is named after a famous first lady (Mary-Todd is too uncommon a name to be a coincidence) and the son is named [[UsefulNotes/AlexanderHamilton Hamilton]].
* The Larkin sisters of Creator/JoWalton's ''Literature/SmallChange'' trilogy are all named after Creator/WilliamShakespeare characters.
* In ''Literature/TheSaxonStories'', Utrhed's father, son, brother and one cousin (and presumably most of his paternal ancestors) are ''all'' named Uthred.
* ''Literature/TheGreatBrain'': Brothers Sweyn, Tom and John all have the same middle name (Dennis) as do their father and all Fitzgerald men.
* Nearly everyone in the Next family of the ''Literature/ThursdayNext'' series is named after days of the week. There's the titular Thursday herself, her mother, Monday, and her son and daughter, Friday and Tuesday. Thursday's daughter, Jenny, is the only striking exception to the pattern. [[spoiler: That's because she doesn't even exist, and is only a mindworm that Aornis placed on her.]] Uncle Mycroft and Aunt Polly Next are also exceptions.
* Jean [=McDevitt=]'s 1940s juvenile novel ''Mr. Apple's Family'' has Mr. and Mrs. Apple naming their children Macintosh, Jonathan, Delicious, and Snow, all for varieties of apples. The baby ends up named Ann -- "An Apple".
* ''Series/HonorHarrington'': Albrecht Detweiler and his sons, whose names run [[AlphabeticalThemeNaming alphabetically]] in order of seniority. Also a subverted case of [[spoiler: ThemeTwinNaming, since all of Albrecht's sons are clones of him.]]
* James Herriot's semi-autobiographical books feature two brothers named Siegfried and Tristan by a Wagner-loving father. The real-life brothers who inspired the characters are not an example of this trope, though.
* Most families in ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'' tend towards giving their kids [[AerithAndBob completely unrelated names]], but the two sisters of the Tern family who we see are [[AnimalThemeNaming Raven and Hawk]].
* ''Literature/TheHungerGames'': Katniss and her sister Primrose, both named after plants.
** Peeta (as in pita bread?), the baker's boy, has two brothers whose names are never revealed. Fandom loves to speculate what their names are. Popular suggestions are Wheaton, Rye, Basil or Crusty. Wackier suggestions include Bagel, Pastry, Baguette or Dough (which may or may not be pronounced as "Doug").
* In the ''Literature/BlackCompany'' novel ''The Silver Spike'' we learn that Case's full name is Philodendron Case and that all of his seven sisters and four brothers are named after flowers:
-->''"A girl named Iris or Rose, what the hell, hey? But I got a brother named Violet and another brother named Petunia. What kind of people do that to their kids? Where the hell are the Butches and Spikes?"''
* The ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' series gives us the [[ThemeTwinNaming sisters]] Envy, Spite and Malice. If there was another one she'd be called Venom.
* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', lots of families fall under this. Rhaegar, Rhaenys, Aerys, Aemon and so on for the Targaryens; Tyrion, Tywin, and Tytos for the Lannisters; and many more.
* ''Literature/TheHobbit'' has Dwalin and Balin (brothers), Fíli and Kíli (brothers), Óin and Glóin (brothers), Bifur, Bofur and Bombur (cousins), and Dori, Nori and Ori (brothers). There's also Thorin, son of Thrain, son of Thror.
* In the ''Literature/FirebirdTrilogy'', the royal Angelo family has traditionally been named after [[AnimalThemeNaming Netaian birds]].
* ''Literature/TenSixtySixAndAllThat'':
-->"Canute had two sons, Halfacanute and Partacanute, and two other offspring, Rathacanute and Hardlicanute, whom, however, he would never acknowledge, denying to the last he was their Fathacanute."
* Spoofed with the Carter family in the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' series by Creator/TerryPratchett. The daughters are named after virtues: Hope, Chastity, Prudence, and Charity. After that they got confused and thought that the sons should be named after vices: Anger, Jealousy, Bestiality, Covetousness and Deviousness. This being Discworld, they all have personalities which are the exact opposite of their names. For example, Hope suffers from depression and a sense of existential alienation and angst, Chastity is a uhh..."Seamstress" in Ankh-Morpork's seedier districts, while Anger is a calm and reasonable fellow and Bestiality is known for his kindness towards animals.
* In the ''Alcatraz Smedry'' books, all the Smedrys have the names of prisons (Bastille, Leavenworth, Quentin, etc.). Subverted in that the prisons are really named after ''them''; the secret cabal of librarians that runs the world is trying to discredit them by choosing traditional Smedry names as the names of prisons.
* In ''Literature/RickyRicottasMightyRobot'', Ricky himself is named after Ricky Ricardo from ''Series/ILoveLucy''. His cousin, aunt, and uncle are named Lucy, Ethel, and Fred, after the other central characters of the show.
* In Toni Morrison's ''Literature/SongOfSolomon'', the Dead family have Biblical-themed names: Milkman Dead's sisters are Magdalene (called Lena) and First Corinthians, his aunt is Pilate (after Pontius Pilate), and his cousin is Hagar (Abraham's maidservant). And of course, there's Solomon, the ancestor of the Dead family.
* The title character of ''Literature/TheOrdinaryPrincess'' and her six sisters are all named after jewels.
* In AnnMMartin's TenKidsNoPets, each of the children's names follow letters of the alphabet. In fact, they're named in order of their birth order/order of names in the baby book (i.e., the 1st child is given the 1st name under A, the 2nd child is given the 2nd name listed under B, etc.)
* In "De skandalösa" by Creator/SimonaAhrnstedt, Venus Dag och Natt comes from a family, where all the kids are named after Roman deities.
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[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* Burt from ''Series/{{Glee}}'' named his son Kurt.
* In the ''Series/LeaveItToBeaver'' ReunionShow, Eddie Haskell's son is named Freddie. In the {{Revival}} series ''StillTheBeaver'' it's changed to Eddie Haskell Jr.
* ''Series/TheBobNewhartShow'': Howard Borden is the odd one out in his family -- he has two (unseen) brothers: Gordon Borden the game warden and Norman Borden the Mormon doorman.
* ''Series/DesperateHousewives'': All the Scavo kids have names beginning with P.
* In ''Series/{{Wonderfalls}}'', the Tylers are named Darren, Karen, Sharon, Aaron and [[OddNameOut Jaye]].
* Subtly done in ''Series/SeventhHeaven'', Reverend Camden and his wife Annie give all their children Biblical names: Matthew, Mary, Lucy, Simon, Ruth (always called Ruthie though), Samuel and David.
** Does Lucy fit in to this?
*** St. Lucy. Patron saint of Light and diseases of the eye. Maybe the writers just thought, "Close enough"?
* ''Series/DueSouth'' Harding Welsh and his brother, Wilson, named after US presidents.
* In ''Series/{{TwoAndAHalfMen}}'', Kandi's parents are named Andi and Mandi.
** Lampshaded by Charlie:
--->Wait a second. It's Mandi, Andi, and Kandi?
* In ''Series/HomeImprovement'', Al has a brother named Cal. And his mother is Alma.
* As of ''Series/PowerRangersSamurai'', Skull from [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers the original show]] has a son named Spike. To be fair, "Skull" is a nickname, and... well, we're ''hoping'' "Spike" is too and he didn't actually name his son that.
* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'':
** The Ericksen family. The males have names that start with '''Mar''' (Marvin Sr., Marvin Jr., Marcus, Marshall and Marvin W.), while females end with a '''Y''' (Judy, Ashley, Lily and Daisy).
** Barney's father '''J'''erome and his new family; his wife '''C'''heryl, daughter '''C'''arly and son '''J'''erome Jr.
* "Series/KeepingUpAppearances" has Hyacinth Bucket and her three sisters Daisy, Rose and Violet.
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[[folder:Radio]]
* ''CabinPressure'''s Hercules Shipwright is named for the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hercules_C-130 aircraft]], not the mythological character. His brothers, Wellington and Harrier, are also named for aircraft... but [[OddNameOut his sister's name is Sarah]], because his father was "eccentric, not mad."
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[[folder:Theatre]]
* The brothers in ''Film/SevenBridesForSevenBrothers'' are all given Biblical names in alphabetical order (Adam, Benjamin, Caleb, etc.)
** Though "Frank" (short for "Frankincense") is kind of an OddNameOut.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' has a small family all named after dairy products: Cream the Rabbit; her mother, Vanilla, and her Chao, Cheese. Other Chao associated with Cream were named Chocola and Milk.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Stacking}}'', all the members of the Blackmore family except [[OddNameOut Charlie]] have names beginning with A.
** Charlie's middle name is Alistair.
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[[folder:Web Animation]]
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' has the Brothers Strong: [[ExpressiveMask Strong Bad]], [[DumbMuscle Strong Mad]], and [[TheEeyore Strong Sad]], all of which have rhyming names.
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[[folder:Webcomics]]
* ''OctopusPie'' has siblings [[PunnyName Eve Ning and Mor Ning, and their mother Dawn Ning.]] Eve and Mor are short for Everest and Rushmore, which are supposedly their parents' favorite mountains.
* In ''BobAndGeorge'', we are assured that [[http://www.bobandgeorge.com/archives/000513c his robot is named Rock in anticipation of naming another one Roll.]]
* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', the kobold in the first Linear Guild is named Yikyik. The second one is his son Yokyok. There is no known connection between them and the third kobold Yukyuk, so it's more like a regular ThemeNaming, and the fact that Yokyok is the son of Yikyik is just there to throw in a ShoutOut to ThePrincessBride ([[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0348.html this guy]] even looks like Inigo Montoya).
* The Jones family from ''Webcomic/IrregularWebcomic'' are named after states. [[http://www.irregularwebcomic.net/466.html Here's the explanation and the paternal ancestry]]. Additional WordOfGod is that if Monty were to have a son, [[http://www.irregularwebcomic.net/460.html he'd be named Idaho]].
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[[folder:Web Original]]
* In ''Series/{{Noob}}'', the player whose online Saphir ("sapphire" in French) turns out to have a sister in Season 5. The sister in question uses Rubis ("ruby" in French) as her alias.
* {{Proton Jon}} reveals in a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpXeax8SPkY&t=46m livestream]] that his sister's name is Jen.
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* After Orion Pax and Ariel were destroyed in ''{{Transformers}}'', they were rebuilt into Optimus Prime and Elita One, both of which [[GeniusBonus translate into pretty much the same thing]].
* The titular brothers from the ''BolekandLolek'' cartoon.
* {{Popeye}} has Olive Oyl and her family (Nana, Castor, Cole).
* In ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', Donald's nephews are named Huey, Louie and Dewey. Also their female counterparts, April, May and June.
* In ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'', Kim, Bonnie, Shego, and Ron's families fit this trope
** Jim, Kim, and Tim Possible from the Possible Family.
** Ron and Han from the Stoppable Family.
** Shego, Hego, Mego, and the Wego Twins from the Go family.
** Bonnie, Connie, and Lonnie from the Rockwaller family.
* In ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', every pair of siblings in the main cast shares a syllable in their names: ''Zu''ko and A''zu''la, Sok''ka'' and ''Ka''tara, Oz''ai'' and ''I''roh.
** Not only that, but all of Zuko's direct family line have names containing a Z. Zuko and his sister Azula, their father Ozai, grandfather Azulon and great-grandfather Sozin.
* Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup from ''ThePowerpuffGirls'' all have cutesy names that have double consonants and begin with B. Also, two of them are named after flowers.
** {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in TheMovie: the Professor names Blossom because she instantly "opens up" to him, Bubbles because of her bubbly personality, and Buttercup "[[ThemeInitials because it's also a 'B' name]]."
** They even created a (temporary) fourth Powerpuff and named her to fit the pattern, Bunny.
** There's also their [[EvilTwin Evil Triplet]] SpearCounterpart[=s=] Brick, Butch, and Boomer.
* With {{Punny Name}}s on [[DisneyChannel Disney Junior]]'s ''WesternAnimation/TheHive'' - Buzzbee, big sister Rubee, and Babee
* On ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' Grandpa Lou's sons names are Stew and Drew. The twins' names are Phil and Lil.
* ''WhatsNewScoobyDoo'': The Dimwiddle siblings' names are Andy, Mandy and Randy.
* The Jolly family from ''[[CasperTheFriendlyGhost Casper]]'s Haunted Christmas'', consisting of father Noel, his wife Carol and daughter Holly.
* Cousins [[WesternAnimation/{{Ben10}} Ben and Gwen Tennyson,]] along with Gwen's older brother Ken. This seems restricted to their generation, though.
* On ''WesternAnimation/{{The Simpsons}}'', Ned Flanders' wife was named Maude, and their kids are Rod and Todd, all of which (most likely intentionally) rhyme with "God".
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': The Apple family, as to be expected, are all named after types of apples and food made from apples.
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[[folder:Real Life]]
* All of Jim-Bob and Michelle Duggar's children (stars of TLC's reality show ''19 Kids and Counting'') have names beginning with the letter J: Josh, Jana, John-David, Jill, Jessa, Jinger, Joseph, Josiah, Joy-Anna, Jedediah, Jeremiah, Jason, James, Justin, Jackson, Johannah, Jennifer, Jordyn-Grace, Josie, and the stillborn Jubilee.
** Josh's two children with Anna Duggar have an M theme: Mackynzie and Michael.
* Faith, Hope and Charity Cardwell, according to the Guinness Book of Records, are the longest-lived set of triplets.
* George Foreman's sons are named George Jr., George III, George IV, George V and George VI. Two of his daughters are named Freeda George and Georgetta.
-->''"I called them all George because [[GenreSavvy I was worried that when I was older I might suffer from memory loss]]. I would have called my five girls George, too, but my wife said she thought that was overkill. When one of them is naughty, I shout 'George!' and that one knows who I mean. The only time it is awkward for me is when a teacher calls up and say we have a problem with George, and I have to ask them which one."''
* SylvesterStallone's kids are the late Sage, Seargeoh, Sophia, Sistine and Scarlett. When Stallone's mother heard about Sistine's name she laughed that Sylvester's never seen the Sistine Chapel.
* Paul Anka's five daughters all have names starting and ending with the letter A: Amelia; Anthea, Alicia, Amanda, and Alexandra.
* AmericanFootball coaches and 2013 SuperBowl contenders Jim (San Francisco [=49ers=]) and John Harbaugh (Baltimore Ravens); their parents Jack (college football coach) and Jackie, and their sister Jonie (married to a college basketball coach). Three of Jim's six kids are Jay, James, and Jack (after his grandpa).
* Late owner of the [[BasketBall LA Lakers]] Dr. Jerry Buss: his mother's name was Jackie; his first wife was [=JoAnn=]; his kids are Johnny, Jim, Janie, Joey, Jesse, and Jeanie (who's engaged to former coach Phil ''J''ackson).
* Non-alliteration version: ''SuperFunNight'' actress Rebel Wilson and her siblings [[AwesomeMcCoolName Anarchy, Riot, and Liberty.]] (Actually [[MyNaymeIs Annachi and Ryot]].)
* Actress Poppy Montgomery and her four sisters are all named for flowers - Daisy, Marigold, Rosie, and Lily. Subverted with their only brother, Jethro.
* Except for [[TheOneGuy Rob Kardashian]], who was named for his father, all of Kris Jenner's kids have a [[Creator/KimKardashian "K"]] as their first initial.
* Model Karlie Kloss has three siblings, all of whom have "K" as their first initial, too.
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