Baby Names Lists
Looking for baby name lists? The Bump is your one-stop shop for the perfect baby name. You’ll find lists of baby girl, baby boy, and gender neutral baby names plus lists by categories such as origin or style or popularity. Find a name you like? Save it to your My Favorites list then use our advanced features to help narrow down the names that you love.
Baby Names by Gender
Baby Boy Names
It’s a boy! Congratulations! If you are looking for the perfect baby boy name, browse through our complete selection of baby names for boys and be inspired. No matter what style you’re after, The Bump has lists of baby boy names to suit all tastes.
Baby Girl Names
At The Bump, we are a one-stop shop for baby girl names. Look through our lists of girl baby names including most popular, cutest, unique, and of course uncommon and beautiful baby girl names. We have every baby girl name you could imagine.
Unisex Baby Names
Are you searching for unisex baby names? These names have become very popular. Giving baby a neutral baby name, such as initials like J.P or T.J may be just what you want to do, so check out our list of unique unisex baby names and their meanings!
Baby Middle Names
Once you've decided on the perfect name for your child, you're tasked with the job of finding a suitable middle name to pair it with. To help, The Bump has put together this extensive list of baby boy and baby girl middle names for you to consider.
Top Baby Names by Year
Top 1000 Baby Names of 2021
The Bump has compiled a list of the top 1000 searched baby names so far in 2021 including the top four names of Mila, Nova, Kai, and Aaliyah. Check out our top 1000 list you will be sure to find a name that you will love.
The Top 400 Baby Names in 2020
Here at The Bump, we have compiled an inclusive list of the most popular baby girl names and baby boy names throughout the decades, from the 1900s to 2020. The names are classified into year ranges in terms of popularity, and all names are arranged in alphabetical order. Looking for the most popular names of 2021? Click here for our Top 1000 names of 2021!
The 200 Most Popular Baby Names of 2019
Looking for inspiration for your baby boy or baby girl's name? We have compiled an inclusive list of the top 200 baby names for 2019, based on searches on The Bump. Our top names for 2019 are Zion, Aaliyah, Braxton, Mila, and Hunter. Want to see how the top baby names of 2019 below compare to this year's list? Check out our list of The Top 400 Baby Names of 2020!
Classic Baby Names
Beautiful Baby Names
Are you searching for beautiful baby names? Beautiful, classic baby girl and baby boy names are sure to give your baby a great start in life. The Bump has compiled a thorough list of beautiful baby names for you to choose from.
Biblical Baby Names
Perhaps the only thing sweeter than meeting your newborn baby is having the honor of naming him or her. It’s an extremely special task as baby’s name can reflect its personality. Some believe baby’s name can even determine its destiny. With such high stakes, it’s important you choose the perfect one for your bundle of joy. So why not start by exploring biblical baby names here at The Bump?Many biblical baby girl and baby boy names have been used for centuries, like Sarah, Noah and Jacob. Maybe one of these will be the name that identifies your new little one! Some parents turn to biblical baby names because they align with their faith. Others like to pick biblical baby boy names or girl names to link them to specific characters in the Bible. Meanwhile, some parents simply gravitate to biblical names because they like the way they sound. Whatever the reason, there are so many lovely biblical baby girl names and boy names out there. Are you searching for the perfect biblical baby name for your little one? Browse our listing of the top biblical names until you settle on the ideal one for the newest addition to your growing family.
Catholic Baby Names
Choosing a name for your baby is all about inspiration, and your faith can be an incredible source of genius. If you feel closely connected to your Catholic faith, you might want to choose a name that reflects that kinship.Girls’ names like Mary and Theresa, or boys’ names like Dominic and Paul all harken back to Catholic roots. Unisex names like Micah and Angel are also popular choices for Catholic baby names. Explore our list of Catholic names below to find one that speaks to you.
Classic Baby Names
Classic baby names are those timeless baby names that have been around for years, but remain popular to this day. These classic names feel ageless rather than trendy. Baby names like this are often passed down through the generations. If you are searching for timeless baby names for your baby boy or baby girl, check out The Bump's extensive list of classic baby names below.Choose from classic baby names that are currently quite popular, or from timeless baby names that feel familiar without feeling common. No matter what style of classic names you want, our list will help you find a name for baby that will stand the test of time.
Country Baby Names
Congrats! Baby is on the way. You’ve likely already painted the nursery, built the crib and picked out baby clothing. With that all taken care of, now it’s time to choose a name for your baby. If you’re wondering where to start your search, why not begin with country baby names? Whether you have roots in the country or you simply gravitate to those rural names, you’ve come to the right place.Country baby names have a rustic charm and sophistication. Before you contact all of your friends in low places for recommendations for your baby girl or baby boy, check out this list of cute country names that are sure to make y’all say, "Yeehaw!"
Cute Baby Names
Looking for cute baby names? The Bump has compiled a list of adorable names to make your decision easy. Getting ready for your new little one is exciting — and so is choosing just the right name. Of course, with millions of names to choose from, you might need a little help getting started.If you’re looking for cute baby names that can match the cuteness of your baby, we’re here to help guide your search. Read on to find cute names that remind you of everything sweet and soft, No matter your style, this list will help you choose the right name.
Southern Baby Names
Congratulations, you’re pregnant! You’re about to embark on the exciting journey of parenthood. Along the way, you’ll soon find you have a lot to prepare before baby makes their grand debut, such as deciding on a name. Naming your child is a great honor, but it’s no small task. It may take several weeks or even months for you to nail down the ideal name to impart on your child. With so many beautiful names to choose from, why not start by exploring Southern baby names? Southern baby names are charming and timeless and never go out of style. Many parents go the Southern baby name route because they themselves have southern roots. Maybe they were born and raised in the southern portion of the United States or perhaps they have since created a home in the region. However, you don’t have to have any connection to the South to give your newborn a Southern name. Tons of parents choose Southern baby girl names or boy names simply because they are lovely sounding names that exude comfort and charm.If you’re looking for a Southern baby name for your future cowboy or cowgirl, here’s The Bump’s list of baby girl and baby boy names as sweet as sweet tea and apple cobbler.
Traditional Baby Names
Traditional baby names are the best, right? That’s the way many parents feel as they plan and prepare for baby, so they look for baby girl and boy names that are classical, old fashioned. Enjoy looking through our traditional but unique baby names!
Victorian Baby Names
Of all the things you have to do in preparation of your baby’s arrival, choosing a name is easily one of the most exciting tasks on your list! After all, you have the honor of giving baby the special name that he or she will carry throughout life. Don’t let all the baby name options overwhelm you, though. To begin narrowing down your choices, why not start with our listing of Victorian baby names? Many old Victorian names from the 1800s are much loved and coming back into fashion. With so many beautiful and strong names to choose from, you can’t go wrong with a Victorian choice.If you’re searching for Victorian baby girl and boy names and their meanings, you’ve come to the right place! Here at The Bump, we make it easier than ever to browse through our list. Click on each Victorian name to find out the origin, pronunciation, meaning and popularity. Explore our list and enjoy finding the perfect one for baby!
Vintage Baby Names
Vintage baby names are becoming the trendiest names. Old-school baby names are the best of both past and present, drawing on classic inspirations with a touch of modernity and class. The Bump has compiled an inclusive list of vintage baby names.
Trendy Baby Names
City Baby Names
Do you find yourself drawn to baby names inspired by cities? Certain locations and landscapes that hold a special place in your heart might double as the perfect city baby name for your baby. City baby names can bring to mind a certain style. Some names might have a western vibe, while others feel adventurous or exotic. Regardless of the story behind why you like specific place baby names, they can be a fun and quirky way to carry a piece of that place with you for eternity.City baby names have grown in popularity because of their versatility. Often, baby names after cities work as gender-neutral names, so once you find a name you love, you’re all set! Unisex baby names after cities like Brooklyn, Peyton and Quincy have become more common of late. Names for boys, like Jackson, or names for girls, like Charlotte, are also topping the charts. Check out our list of city baby names below for more ideas.
Cool Baby Names
Are you looking for cool baby names? Choosing a unique baby name for your new arrival is a big responsibility. There are many cool baby names that leave a lasting impression and it can be difficult to pinpoint your true favorites. Look no further! The Bump has compiled a list of over 100 of the coolest baby names out there. With cool names for baby boys and baby girls, we’ve covered all the bases to make your search as easy as possible.This A- Z list is composed of one - of - a - kind baby names that originate from around the world and many have distinct meanings behind their origin.Whatever you are searching for, this detailed list of cool baby names is sure to spark your imagination.
Flower Baby Names
A rose by any other baby name would smell as sweet. But what about other annual, perennial and biennial flower baby names? Flower baby names are perfect for parents looking to pick a beautiful and timeless name for a baby girl. Start with this round-up of baby girl flower names that are sure to never go out of style.
Hippie Baby Names
If you're looking for hippie baby names for your little flower child, you've come to the right place! We have bohemian baby names, earthy hippie baby names, and alternative baby names, all together in one place along with their meanings.
Hipster Baby Names
Few things are as exciting as finding out you’re expecting. After all, there is nothing quite like welcoming baby into the world. As you begin preparing for the arrival of your newborn, you probably have already started mulling over baby names. Because there are so many amazing options out there, you’ll want to start narrowing them down somehow, and why not begin with some hipster baby names?Hipster baby names are a great option for parents who want a hip and trendy name. These names are contemporary and edgy—they’re not something you hear every day. And that’s the beauty of them! When you choose a hipster baby girl name or baby boy name, you can rest assured that not everyone will have the same name as your child. These names are often uncommon and unique, which are sure to show off your child’s vibrant personality. Hipster baby names have grown in popularity by the day. Original and stylish, they are guaranteed to turn heads! Browse our carefully curated list of top baby names if you’re looking for hipster baby girl names or hipster baby boy names.
Modern Baby Names
With The Bump’s convenient list of modern baby names, you can read all about some contemporary names that offer alternatives to many familiar options. Lucky, Jazz, Tex, Ysanne are just some of the eye-catching names that you may be drawn in by as you search. As time moves on, so do traditions and conventions, and the same is true when it comes to finding the right name for your infant. The names that sounded appealing when you were growing up, perhaps don’t capture the imagination as much anymore. With this catalog, you can follow the newest trends, learn about current names that are truly up-to-date, and find inspiration for your baby’s name. Whether you are looking for a modern baby boy or girl name, you are sure to have a fun time searching for one you can be proud of.Modern baby girl names provide a whole host of interesting and in-vogue offerings for anyone who wants to break away from perusing outdated lists of children’s names. Whether you are choosing something completely different from the list of usual suspects, or you want to name your child after a modern-day heroine of your own, there are lots of different choices available. Beyonce, Keisha, and Turkessa are just some of the modern baby girl names available to read more about. Choosing a modern baby boy name isn’t always the easiest task for a soon-to-be-parent to do. However, it could be the ideal avenue to explore, particularly if many more familiar names are not as appealing. Some of these names have become popular in recent times because they are associated with celebrities and sports stars. Larron, Anfernee, and Indio are just a small sample of the alternative, modern baby boy names that are becoming popular with today’s parents.
Nature Baby Names
Searching for nature baby names? If you care about the environment and feel passionate about the wonders of nature, this A-Z list is sure to give you some ethereal ideas. Earthy baby names are whimsical and give a relaxed, folksy vibe while playing on both feminine and masculine elements of nature. There are many different species of flowers, trees, and plants that could double as a serene baby name for your new arrival. Here at The Bump, we have compiled a list of baby boy and baby girl names inspired by nature along with their meanings for you. Several nature-inspired baby names are gender-neutral, so you are sure to find a name in this list that captures your interest.
Unique Baby Names
Animal Baby Names
It’s helpful to feel inspired when you’re choosing names for baby, and if you’re an animal lover, animal-inspired names might be the perfect choice for your little cub. Go with animal baby names that feel wild and powerful or animal baby names that feel cute and cuddly.Try out names like Leo or Colt for a boy, or Faune or Dove for a girl. For unisex animal baby names, consider names like Lark, Bird or Jay. Whether the name you choose is the exact name of an animal you love or something that makes you think of a specific special creature, animal-inspired names are ideal for the nature-loving family.
Creative Baby Names
When you picture your future artist, musician, Broadway performer, or poet, what name comes to mind? If you're stumped, take a look at this list of 100 creative baby girl and baby boy names that are bound to get your creative juices flowing.
Exotic Baby Names
Preparing for a new baby comes with a lot of new excitement. One of the most thrilling (and sometimes intimidating) parts of welcoming baby is choosing the right name. Do you keep seeing the same old names over and over, when what you want are rare, exotic names? If you’re looking for exotic baby names that are beyond the ordinary, you've certainly come to the right place. The Bump can help you find exotic baby names for boys and girls, plus gender-neutral names that can work for all babies. Learn about the origin of each name, where they land with popularity, as well as their meanings too!
Magic Baby Names
Are you looking for a baby name with a little extra magic? Magical names have an extra spectacular spark, and they’re often less common, too. Get inspired by your favorite book, game, movie or story, and let yourself get lost in flights of fancy as you try out different names.Consider magical names like Fredy or Alwyne for a girl, or Ostynn or Borak for a boy. If you’re interested in unisex magic baby names, Win and Morgan are bewitching choices. If you’re looking for a mystical name that evokes a feeling of magic and wonder or brings to mind mystical worlds, check out our list of magic baby names!
Uncommon Baby Names
Are you searching for an uncommon baby name that leaves a lasting impression? Deciding on your baby’s name is an important decision for parents and can be a daunting responsibility. Whether you are seeking a name that stands out in the playground or a name that reflects your newborn’s individuality, look no further than The Bump. This organized list of unusual baby names is the perfect way to start researching your dream uncommon baby name and will help you find ‘the one’. Often, parents choose what they think is an unusual baby name, and find lots of children have the exact same name when they start pre-school! If a common, garden-variety name just won’t cut it, The Bump has some unique options listed here for you A- Z.
Unique Baby Names
If you’re searching for unique baby names, you’ve come to the right place! Unique baby girl or boy names are the best choice for every one-of-a-kind baby; each is individual, each is special! Enjoy finding unique names for baby on our lists.
Weird Celebrity Baby Names
When celebrities announce a new baby, we all wait impatiently to find out the name they’ve chosen. From Abel James to Zahra Savannah, celebrity baby names keep us guessing! Whether it’s a common name or something unusual, our list of 82 surprising celebrity baby first and middle names are sure to spark a few ideas.
Famous Baby Names
Celebrity Baby Names
If you think naming your baby is a rough job, imagine having the whole world waiting to hear what name you’ve chosen for your new bundle of joy! Check out this list of red carpet-worthy baby names from some of your favorite celebrities: Abel James, Alabama Gypsy Rose, Alena Rose, Aleph, Amalia, Apollo Bowie Flynn, Apple Blythe Alison, Archibald, Ariah Talea, Arlo, Art, Atticus, Audio Science... just to name a few!
Disney Baby Names
If your true love is Disney movies, you might also fall head over heels with Disney baby boy and girl names inspired by them. Disney is so adored for its magical, wonderland, princess, fairy godmother, happily ever after stories. Enjoy finding yours!
Royal Baby Names
Feeling inspired by The Crown or maybe the news about Harry and Meghan and their gorgeous little babies for your royal baby name needs? Regardless, you have come to the right place. We have felt inspired by the new movements in the royal family, too, and have put together a list just for it!Film, books, TV shows, and even the news have a tendency to give a special glow around all things royal. The glamour of their events speak to a time much older than present day and getting a glimpse of those old traditions can excite everyone, maybe even baby! Royalty as a whole, with the royal family and their events, can inspire so much excitement, but very few things compare to the announcement of a new royal baby and the long awaited royal baby name they’ll be given.Royal names are often rich with history and familial importance, just like the names we choose for baby are. But where the royalty might choose a regnal name when they accede to the monarchy, we tend to stick with just our born name — which means it has to be a good one! Royal baby boy names like Charles and William are of course classics, but if you’re looking for royal names for girls, maybe consider Diana, Catherine, or Meghan.However, as the royal family continues to grow, the more the list of royal names flourishes. The newest additions being lovely vintage names with modern spins like Lillibet and Archie make our hearts burst. But, the royal baby names that spend the most time in the headlines aren’t even the extent of it! We love the royal names descended from all of the family members and we think you will, too.
Baby Name by Origin
African Baby Names
Knowing the importance of nationality for naming baby, The Bump has compiled a list of African baby names based on origin. With South African, North African, and Swahili baby names, and more, our list offers a special insight into this rich culture.
American Baby Names
The Bump offers a whole host of American baby names to suit all manner of personal preferences. An eclectic mix of names can be found here, with options available from A to Z. Whether you want to name your little arrival something very distinctive or give them a recognizable name, this list has options to suit. It can often take a very long time to settle on an ideal choice, but this comprehensive list is sure to give everyone food for thought as they browse. From traditional options to rare choices, there are so many to think about as you prepare to start life with your little one, but don’t be overwhelmed because this list can help. Ultimately, American boy names, girl names, and unisex names are sure to appeal to all manner of individual tastes.So, you’re expecting a baby boy and you want to find the perfect name to match? There are an almost endless amount of American baby boy names to choose from, and each one has its own character and appeal. Sam, Trayvon, and Yosemite are just some of the more familiar names that you can take your pick from. You might even decide that you like the certain ring of a traditional name, but you would like to adapt the spelling somewhat—a name like Jayson could be exactly what you’re looking for. American baby girl names are as diverse as they are beautiful, and couples will want to make sure they choose one that is worthy of their child. Everyone is sure to have an enjoyable time looking through the broad selection of names available. Common names such as Emma, Olivia, and Ava are often regularly selected by couples, and it’s easy to see why. Kaylan, Rashaun, and Jazmina are eye-catching examples that show just how multifaceted American baby girl names can be.
Arabic Baby Names
Most Arabic names are centuries old, and may be Christian or Muslim, or both. Arabic naming practices include giving baby family names, patronyms, and religious names. Enjoy searching The Bump's extensive list of Arabic names for baby!
Aramaic Baby Names
Check out our list of Aramaic baby names and their meanings so you can choose a significant name for baby. You’ll find Aramaic names for baby boys and baby girls. Honor your homeland and family history with these top Aramaic baby names.
Babylonian Baby Names
Check out our list of Babylonian baby names and their meanings so you can choose a significant name for baby. You’ll find Babylonian names for baby boys and baby girls. Honor your homeland and family history with these top Babylonian baby names.
British Baby Names
Perhaps one of the most exciting parts about welcoming your baby into the world is deciding on the perfect name for them. Of course, you want to choose a name that will best suit your baby throughout his or her life. While there are so many amazing choices out there, why not go with a British baby name? After all, there are countless classic and timeless English baby names that sound regal, lovely and strong—just what you want for baby.Whether you're looking for an exclusively British name or an English baby name in general, our list has some of the most popular baby names from the UK. Our list contains perfect names for both baby boys and girls to retain a sense of British charm.
Celtic Baby Names
The Celts were groups of European tribes who settled in the islands of Ireland and Great Britain during the fourth to second centuries B.C. Today, the term Celtic refers to the languages and cultures of the Celtic Nations which are known as Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, the Isle of Man, and Brittany. Celtic baby boy and Celtic baby girl names have a beautiful and whimsical sound. They emanate an air of magic and exude charm and elegance. Celtic names often have a distinct meaning behind them that delves into the history of Celtic origins. The Bump’s compilation of these lyrical-sounding names that are known for their unusual spellings and unique pronunciation will stand out in a roll call.
Chinese Baby Names
Chinese baby names have a meaningful nature, gorgeous sound, and cultural significance. The Bump offers you a wide range of unique, beautiful names bearing this proud Chinese origin, any of which would be perfect for your precious baby girl or boy.
Czech Baby Names
The Bump’s list of Czech baby names brings to you a full collection of names, both popular and unique, for boys and girls alike, originating from the Czech Republic. Give any baby girl or a boy a Czech baby name to celebrate your Czech heritage.
Danish Baby Names
Check out our list of Danish baby names and their meanings so you can choose a significant name for baby. You’ll find Danish names for baby boys and baby girls. Honor your homeland and family history with these top Danish baby names.
Dutch Baby Names
Welcome to The Bump’s list of Dutch baby names! Dutch baby names are passed down through the generations. Whether you’re searching for modern or traditional Dutch baby boy or girl names, you’re bound to find one that strikes your fancy here.
Egyptian Baby Names
From the days of the pharaohs of Ancient Egypt to the modern times of Arab Egypt, Egyptian baby boy and baby girl names have grown in popularity. Browse The Bump's full list of Egyptian baby names for a glimpse into a world of priceless treasures.
French Baby Names
When one thinks of France, the images that come to mind are that of romantic locations, vibrant culture, and beautiful landscapes. There can be little wonder how a country brimming with such beauty has names that are equally alluring. This wonderful European destination has produced some fantastic exports over the years—Champagne, fine wines, and gourmet cheese among them. However, French baby names are also renowned the world over for their beautiful, exotic sounds and authentic meanings. The Bump has created this extensive list of French baby names. Jacqueline, Mallory, and Marcel are among the classic French names you can expect to learn about here. Thinking of a beautiful French baby girl name for your newborn child? Perhaps you can find out more about the history behind names such as Colette, Chanel, or Amora. The detailed definitions behind many of these names make for fascinating reading, and their clear origins can help guide you towards making the ideal choice. For a conventional option, why not choose Belle, meaning beautiful? Or, for something offbeat but elegant, try Joelle as the name for your treasured little one.French baby boy names are elegant in both sight and sound. Some are more conventional than others, such as Pierre, Lance, or Antoine. Having been popular for many decades, these names are classics that are sure to stand the test of time. Other French-sounding names that would be ideal for boys include Jacques, Bruce, and Channing. While each of these names have a charming European ring to them, they are not difficult to pronounce, offering sophistication without seeming inaccessible.
Gaelic Baby Names
As soon as you find out the exciting news that you’re expecting, you’ll most likely begin mulling over every baby name under the sun. And it’s no wonder: Naming your future child is not only an honor but also a very important task. Your child is going to carry that name with them for the rest of their lives, so you’ll want to choose wisely!Because there are so many names to choose from, why not start with our selection of Gaelic baby names? Gaelic baby girl and baby boy names have been used by Anglophones for centuries. The Gaelic alphabet has but 18 letters, and most Gaelic baby names are inspired by trees, flowers and other plants found in the lands of the Gaels. Some parents like to choose Gaelic baby boy names and baby girl names because they represent their Indo-European roots. Maybe they have ties to areas around Scotland or Ireland. However, other parents are simply drawn to the beautiful sounds and meaning behind Gaelic baby names. No matter the reason, we feature a long list of the top Gaelic names to explore. Check them out here at The Bump.
German Baby Names
Searching for German baby names? German has strong consonants, which can sound harsh to American ears. Yet German baby girl names like Elyse can encourage strong character traits and German baby boy names like Conrad are often the names of heroes.
Ghanaian Baby Names
Check out our list of Ghanaian baby names and their meanings so you can choose a significant name for baby. You’ll find Ghanaian names for baby boys and baby girls. Honor your homeland and family history with these top Ghanaian baby names.
Greek Baby Names
Greece is a land of rich history and culture, well known for the stories of epic heroes and mighty gods and goddesses. Immerse your child in this land of legends by choosing a Greek baby boy or baby girl name for your little god or goddess.
Hawaiian Baby Names
Aloha! Looking for an island-inspired name for your baby? Both Hawaii and the baby names originating from the islands are synonymous with beauty, nature and adventure. As you prepare to welcome a bouncing little bundle into the world, you’ll likely find yourself excited to start brainstorming names for your mini-me.If you’re interested in Hawaiian baby names, you’re bound to find a name that is rich in history and meaning. The Bump brings you a list of beautiful Hawaiian baby names to browse.
Hebrew Baby Names
When you find out you’re expecting, you likely have countless things on your mind, from sharing the good news with your family to preparing the nursery. And of course, naming your bundle of joy is probably at the very top of the list. This is an exciting time, as you have the opportunity to choose the perfect name for the newest addition to your family. There are a lot of names to choose from, so why not go with a Hebrew baby name? In ancient Israel, the language of the people was Hebrew. Modern Hebrew is still the official language of Israel today. Some parents decide they want to go with a Hebrew baby boy name or baby girl name because of their ties to Israel or the Jewish religion. After all, many Hebrew names are found in the Hebrew Bible. While many parents lean toward Hebrew baby names because of their religion or heritage, others simply like the beautiful sound of Hebrew names.Here at The Bump, we have compiled a list of beautiful Jewish baby names with their Hebrew meanings. There are many Hebrew baby names that never go out of fashion, like Abigail and David. Explore our lists to find the ideal Hebrew baby girl name or boy name for your future child.
Hungarian Baby Names
Check out our list of Hungarian baby names and their meanings so you can choose a significant name for baby. You’ll find Hungarian names for baby boys and baby girls. Honor your homeland and family history with these top Hungarian baby names.
Indian Baby Names
When you find out you’re having a baby, a million things will begin swirling through your head, and deciding on the perfect name will be one of them. It’s an exciting time as you begin exploring all the amazing name choices. Some parents like to choose a name right away, while others prefer to meet their baby before picking a name. Whatever path you take, it’s a good idea to begin narrowing down your choices sooner than later. When you begin your search, you may find yourself leaning toward Indian baby names. Maybe you love the way the names flow off your tongue or perhaps you want the name to reflect your family’s Indian culture or traditions. Whatever the reason for wanting an Indian baby boy name or baby girl name, we’re here to help you pinpoint the ideal one for the newest addition to your family.Check out our list of Indian baby names and their meanings so you can choose a significant name for baby. You’ll find Indian names for baby boys and baby girls. Honor your homeland and family history with these top Indian baby names.
Irish Baby Names
When you’re expecting, you have a lot to sort out before the arrival of your newborn baby, from building the crib to painting the nursery. Of course, one of the most exciting—and important—tasks you have is choosing a name for baby! Maybe you want to impart a strong and regal name or perhaps you prefer a light and elegant name. Whatever you’re going for, you just may find that Irish baby names fit the bill. There are so many reasons to choose an Irish baby girl name or baby boy name. Some couples gravitate toward Irish baby names because they reflect their European culture and heritage, while others are drawn to the lovely sounding names. Better yet, perhaps Irish names remind them of their time spent exploring the enchanting country on vacation. Are you searching for Irish baby names? Whether you have Irish blood or simply love the green countrysides of Ireland, you can find the ideal Irish baby boy or baby girl name right here. At The Bump, we have some of the top Irish baby names for you.
Italian Baby Names
You’re having a baby—congratulations on the good news! While there is a lot to do in preparation for baby’s arrival, one of the most exciting parts is deciding on a name for the newest addition to your family. Whether you want to pick a name right away or want to wait until you get to meet baby, it’s always a good idea to start narrowing down your search in advance. Mama Mia! Are you interested in Italian baby names? Italian baby names are a great choice regardless of your culture or heritage. While some choose an Italian baby girl name or baby boy name because it aligns with their Italian roots and traditions, others simply love the sound of Italian names. Italian is a Romance language, after all. You’ll soon find that Italian baby girl names like Tiziana sound exotic and mysterious, and Italian baby boy names like Allesandro sound dashing and heroic. One thing is for sure though: each Italian baby name sounds beautiful when you say it.Ready to explore all the amazing Italian baby names? Check out The Bump’s list of Italian baby boy and girl names to find the perfect one for your newborn.
Japanese Baby Names
Even if you don’t speak or write Japanese, you can choose beautiful Japanese baby girl or baby boy names using the translation of the Japanese symbols into English. The Bump has prepared a full list that allows you to find unique Japanese baby names.
Latin Baby Names
The time has come to name your baby, but where do you start? There are so many amazing choices out there that it can be tricky narrowing down your options. Each name gives off a different feel, be it strong and regal names or soft and lovely sounding ones. But if you really want to make a lasting impression, look into our selection of Latin baby names.Latin is a classical language from the ancient Roman Empire that inspired the romance languages, including French, Italian and Spanish. Because of this, you will come across a wide range of choices, including popular Latin names like Anthony and Emily and more unique ones such as Nola and Griffin. Whether you want to give baby a Latin name to honor your family heritage or because you like the sound of the classical language, you’ve come to the right place. Check out The Bump's list of beautiful Latin names for baby boys and baby girls.
Native American Baby Names
The happiness and joy you will feel upon baby’s arrival are only rivaled by the excitement of getting to name your child. After all, you get to impart a strong and beautiful name that they will carry on through their entire lives. As thrilling as it may be, naming your newborn baby is no small task. There is a lot to consider when choosing the perfect name, so allow us to help. Here at The Bump, we feature a vast inventory of the top baby names. If you’re in search of Native American baby names, you’re in luck. You’ll find a long list of baby boy and girl names that are Native American in origin. Many parents are drawn to Native American baby girl names and boy names because they have a connection to the culture. Some parents have indigenous roots and want to give their child a name that honors their heritage or nature. Meanwhile, other parents lean toward these names simply because of the way they sound. Native American baby names may be drawn from nature, Native American tribes or may be variations from other languages. Search for that unique Native American baby boy or baby girl name using the comprehensive list that The Bump has provided.
Nigerian Baby Names
If you have Nigerian heritage, you probably know that each ethnic group in Nigeria has varying traditional naming practices. The Yoruba tend to give names based on circumstance, like Taiwo for the first born in a set of twins, and Kehinde for the second born. Among the Igbo and Yoruba, names that begin or end with Chi, Chukwu or Oluwa, like the name Chinara, reference God.Choosing from Nigerian baby names and their meanings can help you find a name that’s meaningful for your family. Check out our list of Nigerian baby names for baby boys and baby girls below. Honor your roots and your family history with these popular Nigerian baby names. Ready to look for Nigerian baby names for girls? Search our list below for popular choices like Sade, Dola and Abebi. Looking for Nigerian baby names for your baby boy? Consider options like Ekon, which means strong, and Obi, which means heart.
Norse Baby Names
Check out our list of Norse baby names and their meanings so you can choose a significant name for baby. You’ll find Norse names for baby boys and baby girls. Honor your homeland and family history with these top Norse baby names.
Norwegian Baby Names
Are you getting ready for baby by searching for Norwegian names for baby boy or girl? Norway is a Scandinavian country, and many Norwegian names come from Old Norse mythology. Have fun searching through The Bump's list of top Norwegian baby names!
Persian Baby Names
You have a lot to prepare for the upcoming arrival of your baby. Not only do you have to design the nursery, pick out toys and clothes and build the crib and changing table, but you also have the distinct honor of choosing baby’s name. Deciding on a name for your little one is certainly an exciting task, but it will likely take some time to narrow down all the amazing options.Are you leaning toward a Persian baby name? Perhaps you want to honor your Middle Eastern heritage or maybe you simply like the sound of Persian names. After all, Persian baby names, often originating from a work of Persian literature called the Shahnameh, are beautiful and unique. If you’re looking for Persian options, The Bump brings you a wealth of Persian baby boy and baby girl name suggestions along with their meanings in a single place. Browse our list until you settle on the ideal name for your baby.
Polish Baby Names
The Polish people and their naming customs are Slavic in origin and Christian in tradition, often naming baby boys and girls after saints. Their Slavic roots means these names have originated from the Indo-European countries. Check them out here!
Portuguese Baby Names
Congratulations! You’ve just found out you’re going to welcome a bundle of joy into the world, so now it’s time to decide on the perfect name. While you may feel like it’s a lot of pressure to choose the ultimate name, it doesn’t have to be a stressful process. Because there are so many wonderful options to explore, begin by narrowing down your choices here at The Bump. Why not start with our selection of beautiful Portuguese baby names?Portuguese baby names are commonly found in areas like Portugal and Brazil. Some parents go the Portuguese baby name route because they want the name to represent their culture or heritage. But you don’t have to have Portuguese roots yourself to choose a Portuguese-inspired name. Plenty of parents decide on Portuguese baby girl names or baby boy names simply because they have a lovely ring to them. If you’re looking to familiarize yourself with Portuguese baby boy names and baby girl names, you’ve come to the right place. Here at The Bump, we feature a list of some of the top Portuguese names around. Browse our list to find the ideal one for the newest addition to your family.
Russian Baby Names
As soon as you know baby is on the way, brainstorming potential names becomes a top priority. Whether you’re just tossing around options to see how they sound, or getting serious about picking a name ASAP, the name search can be incredibly exciting.Are you thinking about giving baby a Russian or Slavik name? You can be sure that like their Slavic roots, these Russian baby names are all unique. If you know you want to throw a few Russian baby names into the running, but don’t know where to start, The Bump can help you search Russian names to find the perfect fit for your little one.
Sanskrit Baby Names
Check out our list of Sanskrit baby names and their meanings so you can choose a significant name for baby. You’ll find Sanskrit names for baby boys and baby girls. Honor your homeland and family history with these top Sanskrit baby names.
Scandinavian Baby Names
With a rich history of the Vikings, Nordic gods and goddesses and the Old Norse language, Scandinavian baby names are a popular choice. Whether you choose Scandinavian names to celebrate your Scandinavian heritage, or simply because you like the ring of them, our list can help you search.You can choose from well-known Scandinavian names like the extremely popular Mia and Jensen, or you can search some of the less common options. Either way, The Bump’s list of Scandinavian baby names is here to help you choose the perfect name for baby!
Scottish Baby Names
The Bump has put together this list of Scottish baby girl, boy, and unisex names to help you choose the best name for your baby. Finding the right name for your new arrival often takes a great deal of time and consideration and this guide helps make that journey a little easier. Scottish names sound as beautiful as they look, and the meaning behind each one often tells its own unique story. Owing to the mixture of anglicized and Scots-Gaelic names that can be found when searching for Scottish baby names, you’re spoiled for choice as you mull over your many options. Whether you want to reflect romance, music, strength, or other characteristics, this list has a whole host of meaningful options. For a name that is worthy of your little bundle of joy, why not try something really distinctive? Isla, Geddes, Dubhglass, and Elspeth are just some of the names that might stand out if you’re still looking for inspiration. Magical, beautifully spelled, and fun to say out loud, these names are sure to narrow down that all-important search.Scotland is a country steeped in a rich history, and this often colors the meaning behind many of its words and phrases. The same can be said of Scottish baby names. So, if you want to give your little one a name that has significance and can be traced back to a certain origin, a Scottish name could be the best choice. Bonnie, Cailean, and Carson are just some of the names whose etymologies can be looked up and understood. Tried-and-true Scottish baby boy names such as David, Lewis, and Jack are also go-to picks for many people. Popular Scottish baby girl names often include Nicola, Lauren, Olivia, and more.
Slavic Baby Names
Check out our list of Slavic baby names and their meanings so you can choose a significant name for baby. You’ll find Slavic names for baby boys and baby girls. Honor your homeland and family history with these top Slavic baby names.
Spanish Baby Names
Deciding on a name for baby is one of the exciting first steps when it comes to parenting. However, it can sometimes feel like a daunting task. After all, you want to choose a name that is as strong and lovely as your newborn baby boy or girl. When narrowing down your options, you may gravitate toward a Spanish baby name.Perhaps you love the sound of the Spanish language and want your child’s name to reflect the beautiful sounds. Or are you looking for a baby name that will proudly display your Spanish heritage? Maybe you want to choose an authentic Spanish name that honors your partner’s culture and traditions. Whatever the reason, you will find a long list of Spanish baby boy names, along with baby girl names, right here. The Bump has gathered a list of Spanish baby names for you to consider.
Swahili Baby Names
When you begin looking for baby names, look for inspiration both in your life and your heritage. Particularly if you have East African roots, Swahili baby names can be profoundly meaningful. You are probably familiar with some well-known Swahili names like Aaliyah for baby girls or Barack for baby boys, but there are plenty of beautiful Swahili baby names to choose from. Whether you want a name that is relatively popular, or one that feels unique and uncommon, find these and other Swahili names on the list below brought to you by The Bump.
Swedish Baby Names
The Bump has created this extensive list of Swedish baby names for you to look through and find the coolest, most popular Swedish baby boy and baby girl names and learn their meanings. It's the only stop to make when choosing a Swedish name.
Turkish Baby Names
Check out our list of Turkish baby names and their meanings so you can choose a significant name for baby. You’ll find Turkish names for baby boys and baby girls. Honor your homeland and family history with these top Turkish baby names.
Vietnamese Baby Names
When introducing themselves to others, Vietnamese people often translate the meaning of their names. Many times, two names combine to produce a special meaning. The Bump's list of baby boy and baby girl names will help you find a meaningful name.
Welsh Baby Names
The Bump has compiled a detailed list of Welsh baby names for everyone to browse through. This list contains boy, girl, and unisex names from the country of Wales. Here, you can find out more about the meaning behind some of these distinctive names, learn about how popular each has been over time, and ultimately, pick your favorite one. Many of these baby names sound magical and mythical while others have more common pronunciations. Owing to the diverse array of names available, you are sure to find one that says something special about your little one. Traditional Welsh baby names often have truly unique spellings, and these would be ideal options for anyone who wants their baby’s name to really stand out from the crowd. From Arianna to Cerridwen, you are sure to be pleased with the varied names that this category has to offer.Welsh baby boy names can often be as familiar as Owen, Lloyd, or Gareth. These names have often been chosen for new arrivals because they are traditional and widely recognized. Those who like the backstory of these names are welcome to check out some of the notable variations of these already enchanting names. What’s more, Welsh baby boy names that are less common and more attention-grabbing include Yago, Newlin, Kaj, and a variety of others.If you are expecting a little baby girl, then you will no doubt be impressed by the many suitable Welsh baby girl names. Many of these are wrapped up in all sorts of historical significance and mythology. A great deal of them also have specific meaning as defined by the Welsh language, and these can be fun to think about when considering which name to opt for. Gladys, Winifred, and Gwendolyn are just some of the standout names that are quintessentially Welsh.
Yiddish Baby Names
Check out our list of Yiddish baby names and their meanings so you can choose a significant name for baby. You’ll find Yiddish names for baby boys and baby girls. Honor your homeland and family history with these top Yiddish baby names.