Baby Coot Source(s): 0 0 Anonymous 6 years ago I like moorchicks and cootlings 0 0 lauren.haynes 1 decade ago not sure 0 0 Still have questions? Get answers by asking now. After all, we wrote the book, literally!, called Cool Names for Babies. What gives a name that "cool" factor? Coot chicks are black with orange fluff around the face and body; they are independent within two months of hatching. In this category of cool baby names, you'll find badass baby names for boys and geezer names for girls, hipster baby names and modern hero names, plus dozens of other collections of cool names for girls and boys. No need to register, buy now! These unusual baby names have a "cool" factor that just might help your kid stand out from the crowd. Real meaning of Coot. Search Baby Names Search baby names by meaning, name, syllables, origin and gender. Here are a few creative and Are you a Create a lightbox Your Lightboxes will appear here when you have Huge collection, amazing choice, 100+ million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. is one of the most accurate sources of names and meanings online, maintained by international name scholars. Now, I have to admit that baby coots may not be cute in any conventional sense, but seeing a little family together is heartwarming, and the tender way in Find the perfect baby coot stock photo. Below are some baby photos (shared via Flickr) of the American Coot. Color meaning: Black is the color of the hidden, the secretive and the unknown, creating an air of mystery. Before giving this name to your baby you should know about its origin and popularity. Cool Baby Names Cool baby names come in many varieties and we've got lists for every kind of cool name. Some people say you'll know it when you hear it. American Coots feed on aquatic vegetation, and their favored habitats almost always include a decent amount of emergent vegetation surrounded by adequately deep water. How to identify The Coot can be distinguished from the similar-looking Moorhen by its larger size, entirely black body (with no white patches), and bright white bill. (Think reeds and other such water plants that emerge - hence the name - from a foot or two of water.)