Meaning:Sea foam; Greek goddess of love and beauty
Aphrodite is arguably one of the most recognized names in the entire Greek pantheon. As the ancient goddess of love and beauty, she has been the subject of art and literature since time immemorial. So you can be sure that baby Aphrodite will be an instant hit wherever they go! Speaking etymologically, the moniker comes from the word aphros meaning “sea foam.” You’ll remember of course the iconic scene where the goddess rises from the sea, which is ultimately what informs the attribution as well. And it’s precisely because of her strong connections to the sea, that Aphrodite is a well-placed name for a baby with a water sign. If nothing else, it can double as a reminder, that they need only look within for the love they deserve.
Aphrodite Name Popularity Data
Overall:Aphrodite is currently #10987 in U.S. births
Girl:Aphrodite is currently #6170 in U.S. births
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