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.

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 and have come up with the most popular names for you. Our gorgeous top four includes the sincerely adorable names of Mila, Nova, Kai, and Aaliyah. Picking a name from the Most Popular Baby Names list is understandable; you’re trendy and you want something perfect for you and baby that represents that!Baby is obviously going to be as swanky as you and deserves a name just as cool, but while reading through all of our baby names lists is a great idea, we understand that it can be an overwhelming task! However, by checking out this baby names list for 2021 this can be an easy one-stop-shop experience and you’ll be that much closer to naming baby.This list is full to the brim of great names to fit every kind of personality you see for baby. If you’re a disney lover, check out names like Aurora or Jasmine. If you’re feeling inspired by nature, consider Willow or Wren; the options are endless! We know there’s a name or two you’ll love here, so check out our top 1000 Baby Names list and have fun picking your favorites!
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
Let’s face it, it’s really easy when you’re thinking about baby to want to try out every name under the sun to see what is that perfect fit. But no matter how much or how little time you have on your hands — with a baby on the way, we’re guessing very little — the task of finding the perfect name can be hard. Maybe there are classic baby names that are calling to you or maybe a name specific to your heritage or maybe you just really love to search for new names to try out, but now your head feels crowded. Well, worry no longer, because we have the list that puts the best of the best into one place!Beautiful baby names can mean so many different things and that’s what makes them so special. Eliana, Piper, and Valeria all live happily together in this list so you can picture your sweet baby girl with the name of your dreams. By having simply beautiful names in one place, you can find names you might not have originally thought of to combine. But now, you and baby can try out name combos that’ll match the spirit of the dream team you already are together.Imagine your beautiful baby boy to have a name like Sage, Beckett, or Donovan. These gorgeous names just deserve to be said, and you’re going to be saying baby’s name a lot, so why not pick a beautiful name?Baby is going to be beautiful no matter what because they’re yours and they need a beautiful name to match that. Picking your favorites from our Beautiful Baby Names list will help you find the perfect name for baby in no time.
Biblical Baby Names
One of the many sweet things about adding a new love to your life is having the privilege of naming them. It’s a special task because baby’s name can inform their personality and, in some cases, how others will treat them. 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?Biblical names have been around for, well, a long time. Some of these names have stayed true to those roots while others have taken on a more modern spin. But regardless of what time they’re from, we know this list has the perfect name for baby. Biblical boy names are often easy to rattle off, Joseph, Matthew, and Luke immediately come to mind. But biblical names like Micah or Isaiah could be an interesting take on the classic names.Biblical girl names range in tradition as well, with each being just as beautiful as the last. Elizabeth or Abigail, to name just a couple, are gorgeous names for your gorgeous baby girl. These names speak of a sweet delicacy and pay homage to the women you can learn about through the journey of faith.This Biblical Baby Names list is full of names that could become your favorites, but reading through the descriptions and trying out the way they sound can be an easy way to narrow it down. We know that contenders for baby’s name could be in the dozens, but we think when the biblical names are this beautiful, it’s a good kind of difficult decision to make.
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
Tradition, tradition! Whether you feel a close kinship to Tevye or not, we can all agree that some traditions are worth sticking with. The ones that revolve around naming baby can be the special connection you’ve been hoping to make with this new beautiful addition and your loved ones.Chances are, if you’re looking for traditional names, you need a name that will seamlessly match one of the names you’ve already chosen. Giving baby a first or middle name dedicated to a loved one and then finding the right name to match it can be difficult. But if you look for baby girl and baby boy names that are classical or old fashioned, you might find yourself with the perfect combination.But if you’re not searching for a name to complement one already picked, then this list is free rein for traditional names that transport you to a different time and fulfill an array of your baby naming needs. For instance, Emma for the Jane Austen lovers in need of a traditional baby girl name, Benjamin for a parent looking for a timeless name for their baby boy, or Devin for parents looking for a gender neutral traditional name as a modern twist.The world is your oyster with traditional baby names and with so much variety we’re sure you’ll be able to find the perfect name for baby in no time.
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
There’s something in the air, old sport. Vintage baby names are coming back swinging and for good reason, too. Baby is already the bee’s knees and we firmly believe they deserve a name that proves that. We know that searching for a name for baby can be really tough; you can spend all day reading through lists and still not get that special feeling. But we also know that we can trust these old fashioned names to come up with the perfect fit for baby.Feeling like you’d like to take inspiration from classic period films? Try a vintage name like Stella. Maybe books like The Great Gatsby getting a resurgence is making you itch for the name Daisy or Jay. It’s also possible that baby names taken from the golden age of cinema are calling to you so a vintage name like Scarlet feels like home. Or even if none of that applies, we know that whatever your reasons for picking old fashioned girl names or boy names, this list has you covered.We feel inspired by these vintage baby names that are already steeped in history and we know you’ll love them, too. Baby is born to be a starlet and naming them accordingly with one of these vintage baby names makes that next step easy peasy lemon squeezy.

Trendy Baby Names

20 Names We Love from In the Heights
Felicidades! There's a baby on the way and the timing just so happens to work perfectly with the release of Lin Manuel Miranda's In the Heights — lucky you! Latina, Latino, and Latinx baby names have always been beautiful, but with a musical like this, light is being shed on names from a culture that could only ever deserve more appreciation.Between the music, the characters, and the scenes exploding with colors there's so much to love about this musical. But what affected us the most would have to be the characters in this incredible story. This sensational Latino representation has resurfaced so many beautiful Hispanic names that will no doubt have made you wonder how one of these names could sound for baby.Latina names are dazzling and can come in the dozens, making it a little overwhelming. But In the Heights made us shortlist gorgeous Hispanic names like Nina, Daniela, and Vanessa for baby girls. But it doesn't stop there, Latino baby names from this musical bursting with joy will include, of course, Benny and Sonny, but a less common name that we're now heels over head for has to be Usnavi. Usnavi is the perfect Latino baby name for a parent looking for a moniker that represents a hard working dreamer with the kindest soul on any street, let alone just the corner of 181st.These Hispanic baby names inspired by In the Heights by Lin Manuel Miranda are sure to have your heart singing in no time. Pick your favorites from the list and baby will have a unique, meaningful name — and probably a song — for the rest of their lives that they can wear with pride.
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
The word “cool” might invoke images of John Trivolta combing his hair back for grease lightning, a jazz bar in New York, or just an adorable baby in sunglasses, but regardless what imagery comes to mind, we can all agree on one thing: baby deserves a name from our cool baby names list. Baby might not become a leather jacket wearing adult, but we know they’re going to be cool in whatever way works for them.And let’s face it, cool names for baby are, well, cool. Here at The Bump we know that you and baby are already an awesome team and with that, you need cool names! Choosing a name for your gorgeous little sidekick can be really hard, but we’re here to make that process way easier.Baby names are what we do and we know this list can help you find the right choice for you and baby. Whether you get that gut feeling when you test out the name or the descriptions for these cool names just speak to you, you can use this detailed list to find and keep your favorites and make the perfect choice for you both.
Flower Baby Names
Roses are red, violets are blue — and boy, oh boy, do we have beautiful flower baby names for you! Naming baby after the flora all around us is the closest comparison we have to the sweet smell of baby’s head. It’s hard not to be inspired by nature; the vibrant colors, the soft scents — nature is the easiest muse to find! With this list, we hope you find yourself whisked away by these gorgeous flower baby girl and baby boy names.Flower baby names and baby girls seem to go hand in hand. You and your precious little sprout have a wide range of inspiration to sift through, whether it’s flower names themselves or a definition paying tribute to its natural roots. Iris and Violet invoke images of delicate petals while Rosemary and Holly might be perfect for those envisaging less traditional ideas of a flora inspired baby girl name.But don’t get us wrong, there are plenty of flower baby names for boys, too! These would mostly fall under the less traditional category as well, often showcasing names of trees that might bloom with flowers and fruits. Arlo and Oliver are two of our favorites, but we encourage you to follow your gut!Saying the names out loud and talking about baby in that context will help you get a good understanding of what you like and don’t like. We’re sure that finding the perfect fit for baby will be a breeze after picking your favorites from this list of flower baby names.
Hippie Baby Names
Congratulations on your newest flower child! Naming baby after earthy influences, or even just for the vibes, is perfectly understandable. Sometimes you can’t explain it, but you just know when a thing feels right and we encourage you to trust that gut instinct. Hippie baby girl and baby boy names are cute as a button, so that gut instinct definitely won’t lead you astray here. If you try the names out loud you’ll realize soon enough that baby is going to feel right as rain with one of these hippie baby names.We think at The Bump that there’s something magical about having a baby and hippie girl names like Luna or Aurora are perfect to highlight those otherworldly feelings. Or if baby is likely going to have a sweet crown of red locks, consider Rowan to name them accordingly.We love these hippie names for so many reasons, but one of them has to be for the natural influences that always make an easy muse. When hearing the names River, Autumn, and Sage, you have no choice but to have your mind filled with the vibrant imagery of Mother Nature’s beautiful creations all around us.Picking a name for baby doesn’t have to be hard, especially when you have this list of hippie baby names in front of you. See where the wind takes you and find that perfect match for you both and you’ll be sure to carry that tranquility with you forever.
Hipster Baby Names
If you’re the type of person that’s always on the hunt for new music, new art, new fashion, or anything that keeps you ahead of the trend, then you’re no doubt looking for a name for baby to match that hipster passion. Naming baby is hard at the best of times, let alone when you’re trying to find a unique name that won’t be found elsewhere on the playground. But with this Hipster Baby Names list we’re sure you’ll find one you love in no time.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 name like Ruby or Theo, you’re reviving an old name that has likely been a little lost to time, which means it’s basically brand new again! Names like Kai and Arlo are just so cool and definitely aren’t names every parent would feel bold enough to give their kid.Hipster names are perfect for the parent always ahead of the trend with a penchant for bold flares. Original and vibrant, a name from this list is guaranteed to turn heads and make baby a person to remember. Pick your favorites from our Hipster Baby Names list and you’ll be dazzling everyone around you before they even know what’s hit them.
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
If you’re a planet loving, paint with the colors of the wind kind of person, then you’ll absolutely love our Nature Baby Names list. From A-Z we have names representing that gorgeous free spirit in you and baby.These nature names full of whimsy and heart will make anyone feel they’ve been transported to a sweet woodland realm. Willow, Rowan, and Luna are just a few of our favorites but there are so many nature names imbued with that folksy, woodsy charm that it’s almost too hard to pick. There are countless beautiful things in nature and it only makes sense that you want baby to be able to take part in that tranquility from day one.We talk so often about paying homage to tradition and loved ones with names that it’s easy to forget about the simple gratitude and serenity we feel in nature and that those things deserve tribute, too. Feel the breeze through the trees and take heart in the earthy scents and the chattering of birds nearby and let that nature flow through you. Naming baby with a nature name only makes sense when you consider the ease and inner peace you wish to start their journey on.Nature names for girls come in multitudes and each one is just as lovely as the last. Whether it’s the flora or fauna you’re hoping to commemorate, The Bump has it. Try saying the name Magnolia or Poppy out loud, or maybe a little more fantastical with Phoenix. But don’t worry if you’re thinking this list is only for girl names; nature boy names and gender neutral names have a wide range, too. Aspen, Jay, and Orion are striking nature names to start with but there are still plenty of names to explore, so run with the wind and find some new favorites with the Nature Baby Names list.

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
Sometimes the introduction of a new member to the family can make a parent-to-be feel like they need to get a little creative. You want to give baby a totally unique experience and that can feel like an uphill battle. However, the starting point doesn’t have to be so hard if you start with this creative names list for your one of a kind baby.Creative girl names and creative boy names can be pulled from books, artists we love, Greek mythology, and so much more. With a strong name like Atlas, baby can have a name that represents the undeniable "you are my world" feeling. Or maybe you want a creative name that represents that baby is as magical as all the stars in the sky with names like Orion or that they are the sun that brightens your day like Apollo.Staying unique with your creative baby names doesn’t have to come exclusively from Greek mythology though; beautiful names that pay tribute to the nature we all love so dearly like Poppy or Everest can feel perfect for you and baby, too.Help baby start life with that spark of creativity we all yearn for by picking your favorites from The Bump’s Creative Baby Names list.
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
Searching for an uncommon name can sometimes feel a little counterintuitive; gathering popular search results doesn’t exactly feel like you’re stumbling upon something unique, does it? But don’t worry, we’ve done the hard part for you and pulled together a list of uncommon names that will be the perfect fit for you and baby.There’s a fine line between uncommon girl names and uncommon boy names, and if you’re already searching for something to be truly unique for baby, why not swap some of those names around and look at this whole list as gender neutral? Harlyn, Hartley, and Ellington are more known for being names for boys, but why not shake things up? Getting creative with interpretations and picking an uncommon name for baby are two things we think readily go hand in hand.That said, uncommon names are special even when they adhere to more gender normative ideas. Think about the uncommon girl names like Cordelia, Guinevere, and Jazzlyn or uncommon names for boys like Everest, Auden, or Ulysses. These baby names are just begging to become famous writers, artists, scientists, or anything they dream to be.We all know baby is unique because they’re yours, so pick a favorite or two from our Uncommon Baby Names list and get those creative juices flowing.
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
Is your favorite place on Earth Disney or have you maybe spent years of your life watching their countless classic movies? We get it! It’s hard to find a story these days that wasn’t somehow involved with the world famous company and we love them for it. From the classic fairy tales to Marvel to Star Wars, Disney seems to have a hand in everything we hold near and dear. But luckily for us, that means that when it comes to giving baby a Disney baby girl or baby boy name, there are so many to choose from!Of course, taking a page out of the classics’ books is perfectly understandable and a great place to start. Giving your sweet girl a Disney baby name like Aurora is beautiful. Or maybe you anticipate someone curious and perhaps a little ornery to come along, so Alice could be your gal. And what’s sweeter than naming your baby boy for the princeling you hope he becomes? Eric and Flynn are gorgeous tributes to the tales we all know and love.But if you take a deeper look, you can find more than just princes and princesses. Disney baby names from the various different franchises, like Rey and Peter, give you a wider range of the stories that feel like home and will help you find that flawless fit for your Disney baby in no time.
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 Lists by Alphabet

Baby Name by Origin

African Baby Names
Africa is a massive continent; to say baby’s name is African is a pretty general statement. But like our American Baby Names list, what’s important is valuing all the different cultures that make each country — or even a continent — what it is. These African names are full of meaning that can harken back to your heritage, no matter how distant or near.To choose an African name for baby is to appreciate the culture it came from. And luckily for us, some of these names are becoming popularized more in media—like Chidi from “The Good Place”—which is helping to shed light on the huge array of names that deserve to be more widely appreciated. African names are unique and beautiful and baby is sure to be remembered with a gorgeous name like Kesia or Umi.But overall, the diverse range is everything with these African names. Africa is one of the most diverse continents in the world when it comes to the sheer volume of languages spoken. With over 1,500 estimated languages spoken in Africa, it’s safe to say there are a lot of names to choose from. Try saying the names out loud and reading through descriptions to find what names mean the most to you and you’ll be sure to find a beautiful African name for baby in no time.
American Baby Names
Congratulations! There’s a baby on the way and we couldn’t be more thrilled for you! If you’re looking for names for baby you’ve come to the right place, but if you’re looking for baby names and you’re a proud American, you couldn’t have picked a better place.The United States is known for being a proud melting pot of the world. With such a vast array of cultures and lifestyles, we have names in the dozens that are quintessentially American while still being incredibly unique. Strong names like Maverick and Deonte are just the tip of the iceberg for American baby boy names, with a big selection of unique gender neutral and girl names, too. A couple of gender neutral baby names we love are Brynn and Jaden. These names and baby girl names like Annamae, Brenley, Essence, and so many more in this list celebrate a wide range of heritages just like you and baby will.Because of the vast representation of different communities, these names have a way of making you feel like you’re always at home. American names that speak to the diverse range of people that make The United States what it is couldn’t be more important. We have so many cultures at the tips of our fingers and picking an American name for baby proudly includes those.Take a look and find your favorites in this American Baby Names list and let’s celebrate this melting pot together.
Arabic Baby Names
To say a name is Arabic could mean a vast array of things; Arabic is a language spoken as an official or co-official language in 25 countries. This centuries old language represents so many different cultures and with that comes so many different Arabic baby girl and baby boy names!Most Arabic names are centuries old and stem from different religions or other various influences found throughout the Middle East. Arabic naming practices include giving baby family names, patronyms, and religious names.Arabic baby names are rich with significant meanings. Whether they are driven from the beautiful scenery of the Middle East or taking more poetic influences, these names have a wide variety for you to choose from. With Zahra referring to a white flower and Laila meaning night beauty, Arabic baby girl names are easy to fall for. There are so many elegant names for your beautiful baby girl, we’re sure you’ll find the ideal name for baby in no time. Arabic names for baby boys are also remarkable with their vast array of definitions to pick from. Kaiden will be your lifelong companion and Kareem can put a name to the generous soul you’re raising.The most special moments with Arabic baby names often come from their depth of meaning and we implore you to read through them and try saying the names out loud. Following your gut will ensure that you find the perfect Arabic name for baby with ease.
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
How many times have you fallen in love with a story or a name or even just a photo and then found out it has Celtic origins? That is the tale as old as time as far as we’re concerned. Celtic influence can be found all throughout the world — with good reason — so why not let that influence help you choose a name for baby? These Celtic baby names transport you to a different time and place and we couldn’t love them more for it.Celtic baby names are perfect for a one-stop-shop on all the fantasy elements you love because they combine several regions’ histories into one. 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. But though this term encompasses many different nations, they each have something special to add to the Celtic Baby Names list.Celtic names for boys like Angus and Dougal are perfect for the strapping young lad you’re sure to have. Alternatively, Arlynn and Betha are lovely Celtic names for the strong, lovely lass you’ll be raising. These names have it all and are enriched with so much history to boot.Celtic baby boy and Celtic baby girl names have a beautiful and whimsical sound when they’re said. They emanate an air of magic and exude charm and elegance. They often have a distinct meaning behind them that sheds some light on its Celtic origins. This compilation of lyrical-sounding names are known for their unusual spellings and unique pronunciation and are sure to 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
Congratulations! With baby on the way, picking a name can be as difficult as it is exciting. You’re super busy preparing for all of the other practical needs to make baby’s arrival smooth sailing, but you still want to dive deep on the best name for baby. But picking a name for baby doesn’t have to be hard. Danish baby girl and baby boy names are dazzling and meaningful.The traditions of Denmark carry on through these names and can be used as a subtle but meaningful way to pay tribute to the land and culture you love. Danish baby names like Soren and Marieke are unique and fun to say and have been made popular in various books and movies, too.For an even more unique twist, a parent can use any number of these names for an easy gender neutral solution. Beautiful names like Skylor can fit this mold, but in reality, not even the sky is the limit with this selection of 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 thinking of France, it’s easy to immediately think of the Eiffel tower, the dozens of romantic locations, the beautiful landscapes, and the vibrant culture. No wonder a country brimming with such beauty has names that are equally alluring. With French being a romance language, the French baby girl and baby boy names are just as delectable as France’s famous Champagne, baguettes, and gourmet cheeses.Speaking of those beautiful French baby names, Colette, Chanel, and Amora have a rich history you can look into. But don’t worry, the boy names also have a lot to offer, too. Consider Dax or Bellamy as choices for your sweet baby boy. They’re all beautiful to say because of the nature of the French language so enjoy the way they trip off the tongue.Some parents choose a French baby name for the lovely way they sound, but being inspired by the rich culture for your new babe’s moniker makes perfect sense, too. With the French society being as old as it is, each name has a story to tell. By reading through and trying out the way they sound, you’ll have an exquisite French name dripping with European charm in no time.
Gaelic Baby Names
Comhghairdeas or Meala-naidheachd! Baby is on the way and we are delighted for you! Naming baby can be really tough, but picking out inspiration from family heritage or maybe even a culture you’ve just always loved is a great place to start. Gaelic baby names have a wide and beautiful range. The regions these names come from are similar on the face of it, but nonetheless they have managed to maintain totally unique histories that influence their culture, and their names, even today.The term Gaelic is one that gets thrown around frequently as a synonym for Celtic, but Gaelic is actually a more specific term. It is a subculture referring to Indo-European languages, like Irish and Scots Gaelic, of specific regions in the Celtic Nations and these baby names take influences from those regions.If you think a Gaelic name is the perfect fit for you and baby then you have come to the exact right place. Eryn and Shaelee are just a couple examples of the beautiful Gaelic baby names for girls. These interesting spellings are sure to make baby stand out in roll call and as she grows up she’ll have an interesting story to tell, too. Gaelic baby boy names come in all shapes and sizes and are — we think — irresistibly fun. With Eiden meaning fire and Ruark meaning champion, baby will be set up for an epic adventure.Gaelic names have a large scope and have definitely earned their bragging rights for beauty and meaning. Naming baby doesn’t have to be tough, so browse through our Gaelic Baby Names list and find the one that makes you and baby feel just as special as we know you are.
German Baby Names
German is often known to sound harsh as a language because it’s rich in consonants, but in reality, German is a language full of love and specificity meant to pinpoint exactly what a person is feeling in words. And if you’ve ever tried to say exactly how you feel for baby already, you know how difficult a task that is, but looking into German baby girl and baby boy names might make that task easier for you.Because German is at the root of a lot of commonly spoken languages, some names you might not have expected are German or are a modern form of an older German baby name. Eloise, though a gentle and sweet sounding name, actually means ‘famous warrior’ and has its origins in a name meaning hale. And speaking of defining by inner strength, German baby boy names like Derek and Leonardo mean ‘power of the tribe’ and ‘lion strength’ respectively.BGerman baby names tell a story. By picking one of these names from such a wide range of definitions, telling baby’s story will be that much easier. Naming baby doesn’t have to be hard and this list of German baby names will help you find the best match for you and baby in a flash.
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
What haven’t the Greeks done to influence our art, education, and way of living? That question is easier to answer than trying to come up with things the Greeks didn’t do first. The colorful language, mythology, history, and artistry all lend themselves to modern day muses and what could be a more perfect starting place than that when naming baby? These Greek baby girl and baby boy names have you covered and will no doubt inspire the start of baby’s epoch.Baby is likely to be a little Adonis or Aphrodite in some way or another and they deserve a name to match that. Your little god or goddess can have a name specific to them that is already rich with history and stories to fall back on if they ever need guidance or a pick-me-up. Greek baby names like Ares, Perseus, Athena, or Andromeda will always come in handy if baby ever needs a reminder of that inner strength.But Greek baby names don’t always have to come straight from the mythos we hold near and dear. Modern day Greek names like Sophia and Sebastian are exquisite choices as well, showcasing a penchant for wisdom or reverence.No matter the reason for picking a Greek baby name, we empathize with that inspiration; Greek tradition and history still affects us every day. These beautiful names have a multitude of stories that have already been told and by giving baby one, they can add theirs, too.
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 loved ones to preparing the nursery. And of course, naming your bundle of joy is one of the most exciting things towards the top of the list. This is such an exciting time for so many reasons, but one of them is definitely that you now have a world of choices before you to pick a baby girl or baby boy name! Which can also be a little overwhelming, right?Well, to narrow it down, why not take a look at our Hebrew names list? Hebrew is a language steeped in history and can act as a way to pay homage to an Israeli ancestral history. Hebrew continues to be the national language of Israel which means the breadth of beautiful Hebrew girl names and Hebrew boy names is the widest it’s ever been, giving you and baby so many choices for the perfect Hebrew name!Hebrew names are, of course, beautiful as stand alone names, but these can also be perfect for people of a proud Jewish tradition. Considering a Hebrew boy name like Ezra could put a name to your sweet little bundle’s kindness and strength you already know is there. Or if you’re in need of a Hebrew girl name, consider a name like Eliana, to recognize this beautiful little girl as the gift she is to you and the world.These Hebrew names won’t go out of style and neither will baby. So, if you’re in need of Hebrew baby names as lovely as we all know baby is, take a deep dive into this Hebrew Baby Names list and favorite the ones that give you that warm, fuzzy feeling.
Hungarian Baby Names
Congratulations! With baby on the way you’re ready for so many next steps, but one of the most exciting ones has to be coming up with a name for baby. This process can feel a little daunting; you’re trying to put a name to the little one you don’t know yet and there are so many choices. However, if you’re looking for a name to honor your homeland and family history, Hungarian baby girl and baby boy names are excellent choices.Hungary, being located in central Europe, finds itself at the cross section of so many cultures. The influences from Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, and Slovenia are apparent in affecting the gorgeous array of names you can find in this list. If yourself or your ancestry are from any of these countries, picking a Hungarian baby name could be the perfect choice.When it comes to naming baby, picking names according to their meaning and the way they just roll off the tongue always makes sense. Hungarian boy names, like Imri and Zoltan, have a wide array of interpretations that are a testament to baby’s strength and vibrant presence in your life. Hungarian girl names are just as unique and meaningful, like Zsofia denoting wisdom and Tsigana spinning tales of age old adventurers.Hungarian names feature a wide variety of definitions and sounds, giving you and baby the chance to honor lands and cultures you love in a meaningful, easy way.
Indian Baby Names
Naming baby is one of the many exciting steps you get to take when you find out you’re going to become a parent. But that doesn’t make the choice any less difficult, especially when considering just how many beautiful Indian baby names there are to choose from. This can be an opportunity to pay respects to traditionalism or maybe the start of your own traditions!You might be waiting until you meet baby to choose the perfect Indian girl name or Indian boy name, but no harm in having a look first, right? Try out the way the names feel when you talk about baby or think about which Indian baby name feels just right for both of you.By naming baby with an Indian girl name or Indian boy name you can pay homage to an incredible culture; whether it’s from your own family’s heritage and traditions you want to reflect or maybe you just love the way Indian baby names sound, we understand. Whatever the reason, these names full of meaning and sounds that flow right off the tongue could be the perfect fit for you and baby.We’ve narrowed the list down to help with such an important decision, so take a look at our Indian girl and boy names and make sure to check out the descriptions, too, to gift baby with the perfect name.
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
Japanese culture is everywhere! The cinema, music, food, anime, and — last but not least — the names from Japan are all worth falling for. The fun sounds, the gorgeous characters you can write them in, and their definitions are just a few things that make Japanese baby girl and baby boy names special.Picking a name for baby can feel difficult, but going this route can ensure the love for Asian culture grows and that baby has a unique name simultaneously. Japanese baby names are lovely and often leave you feeling upbeat after saying them. But not only is saying the name a great experience, these names often inspire those who have them. There are so many creative geniuses that have come out of Japan that we have plenty of names that have a built-in role model to always look up to.Japanese baby boy names like Hideo and Kentaro are wonderful, powerful choices for baby. Alternatively, cute names like Nari and Atsuko could represent the sweet, gentle personality you expect from baby while still tying in the representation you hope to achieve with a Japanese baby name.Just as the Japanese characters are unique and beautiful, so are the names. These gorgeous names are meaningful and perfect for the parent in search of a name that’s fun to say for the sweet, inspired baby you can’t wait to know.
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
Here at The Bump, we are certain that naming baby is a thrilling time and that Native American cultures deserve to be celebrated, and what better thing to do than combine the two? Luckily for us, though much of these wonderful cultures have been lost, some of the traditions have survived. Naming baby in Native American cultures is incredibly important and comes with a lot of thought. Naming ceremonies take place still today because Native American cultures place a great deal of importance on the names given to their community members. And at The Bump, we also place a great deal of importance on naming baby thoughtfully.If you are a Native American, then you know exactly what we’re talking about. Naming baby is a special time and an important moment in your new life together. Calling upon your Native American heritage or perhaps hoping to have an ancestor live on through baby with Native American names can be a way to make that moment even more special.Choosing a name like Onida for your new Native American girl could be a beautiful way to pay tribute to how long you’ve waited for baby to arrive. Or maybe if you have a specific love for the region or even the sound of it, Tennessee could be the perfect choice when looking for Native American boy names.Native American names are beautiful and rich in culture and we think this list — while adding a lot of new favorites to the mix — can help you find a name fit for baby that’s abundant in ties to your heritage.
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
Looking for a Norwegian name for the precious new babe? We don’t blame you! There are still so many influences of Norse culture reflected around the world today, why not use that culture as an inspiration for baby? Norwegian baby girl and baby boy names are just as remarkable as their homeland and are the perfect place for you and baby to start.If you’ve ever been to Norway or even just seen photos, you’ll know it’s one of the most beautiful countries to be found in the northern hemisphere. Nicknamed “Land of the Midnight Sun” and with the Northern Lights being a claim to fame, you can just imagine the dramatic views that inspired the Norwegian tradition to carry on. That tradition has influenced art, music, literature, and — luckily for us — epic Norwegian names that will always be timeless.Norwegian boy names can be found in the dozens. There is a long tradition of strength that is historically proliferated through the hundreds of baby boy names. By reading through the descriptions you’ll find yourself with so many options. But don’t worry, there are plenty of fierce names for your Norwegian baby girl, too.Norwegian influence is spread way further than you might initially think, which makes it the perfect place to start. This culture has impacted so many others and with that we’ve gained so many names to honor the beautiful land of Norway and now you and baby can, too.
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 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. Portuguese baby girl or baby boy names cover a wide range and are an excellent place to start when trying to ease some of that stress of choice.Portuguese influence can be found all over the world. It is the official language for 10 countries and is spoken by around 270 million people — it’s safe to say this language covers quite a lot of cultures. By covering so many it means the selection of beautiful Portuguese baby names have been influenced as a result!Plenty of parents decide on Portuguese baby girl names or baby boy names simply because they have a lovely ring to them. These gorgeous names celebrate a wide mix of cultures and could be the perfect way for you to pay homage to your homeland or even just a language you love.
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
Congratulations on having a new little soul join your family! Picking a name can be really difficult because you’re looking for a name to give to a person you haven’t met yet. With the responsibility of picking a lifelong title it can be a bit of a heady task. But if you’re in need of traditional names, Sanskrit baby girl and baby boy names are the perfect place to start.The Sanskrit language is one of the oldest in human history. This language is at the pinnacle of traditionalism and can allow you and baby to connect with your Indo-Aryan roots. A Sanskrit baby name gives you the opportunity to pay homage to some deeply rooted ancestry and giving baby a beautiful, unique name simultaneously.Sanskrit names for girls like Uma and Veda are time-honored names with definitions that make them even more dazzling. Uma means splendor or tranquility and Veda means knowledge or wisdom. By picking a Sanskrit baby name you’re opening up the doors for baby to start off life with a substantial history to take inspiration from. Sanskrit boy names like Aditya, meaning ‘the sun’, and Jahan, meaning ‘the world’, have thousands of years to show for making a powerful name.Whether you’re honoring your homeland by picking a Sanskrit baby name or you want to aid the language in staying alive, you will end up with an uncommon name for baby that will be sure to turn a few heads.
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 land, the accents, the culture, the cinematic views — what’s not to love about Scotland? If you’re planning for your wee babe to be running around in kilts and maybe taking up the bagpipes, then you have come to the right place. Scottish baby names are the next step for your future highlander and we couldn’t be more excited for you both!Of course we know there’s much more to the Scottish heritage than just what can be seen on TV, but that’s often where a lot of Scots enthusiasts were first introduced. The Scots have a unique, strong history and are one of the nations that falls under the Celtic banner. Here at The Bump we want to celebrate that Celtic tradition. Scottish baby names have a robust range of enchanting sounds and descriptions.Scottish baby girl names like Makenzie can pay tribute to a past family clan or just acknowledge the fire-heart growing in your daughter. But if you’re looking for something a bit softer, Davina could be your gal with a name meaning “beloved”. But the meaningful names don’t stop there; Scottish baby boy names like Callum and Calder are a testament to the beauty and the often difficult journey of raising a little one. Not to mention the dazzling gender neutral names — like Karson and Bryce — you can find to give an even more unique twist to baby’s Scottish name.Scottish names are full to the brim with endearing meaning and we know you’ll be able to find the exact name you’re looking for that fits perfectly with your image of baby. Finding a name can be hard, but this Scottish Baby Names list is sure to make that adventure much easier.
Slavic Baby Names
Picking a Slavic baby name can mean a wide range of things. The term Slav represents so many cultures under one umbrella and serves as an easy way to consolidate all of these captivating names in one place. A Slavic name could mean a name influenced by Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, or any of the other 12 or so regions that fall into this category. So how do you narrow down such a large choice?We suggest saying these names out loud and choosing a name for baby by its significance in meaning. If you’re in need of a Slavic name with a religious intonement, consider Ivan or Ivanna, meaning God is gracious. Or perhaps if you’re hoping for a name imbued with the elegance of your surroundings, consider names like Zora and Leena, meaning dawn and light.Picking a Slavic girl or boy name for baby can serve as a way to honor your homeland and family history. These names showcase a strength and refined grace that can be a lovely tribute to your ancestry and loved ones in one fell swoop. By picking your favorites from this Slavic Baby Names list, you’ll be a huge step closer to finding the best name for baby.
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
Congratulations! With baby on the way you’re ready for so many next steps, but one of the most exciting ones to take has to be coming up with a name for baby. Though the process of trying to put a name on the little one you don’t know yet can feel a little daunting. But, if you’re looking for a name to honor your homeland and family history, Turkish baby girl and baby boy names are excellent starting places.Turkey’s beaches, city life, and rich antiquity are a testament to the beautiful country that has inspired artistry of all kinds and a land where history was meant to be born. The ornate mosques and the vibrant life that can be found all over Turkey are nothing short of incredible muses to help you and baby pick the perfect name.Turkish names for baby come from an amalgamation of the rich cultures that can be found in and around the dazzling country. Euphrates as a Turkish boy name can pay tribute to the legendary river and baby’s strength. And if you’re itching to stick with the water theme, Kaia is the perfect Turkish girl name, meaning ’the sea.’Turkish culture will always deserve tribute. Picking a Turkish name for baby is the perfect way to let your love for the land thrive and your ancestry live on.
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
Welsh baby names are incredibly unique. If Welsh isn’t your native tongue, the language can look quite daunting; there’s usually a lot of consonants that you’re not sure what to do with. Llawenydd, for instance, is the word for joy but the word for baby is babi. Knowing that there are some easily readable words should give the non-Welsh speaker some hope for the beautiful baby names we have lined up for you with our Welsh Baby Names list.On the flipside, if you are a Welsh speaker, llongyfarchiadau! We are so delighted for you and baby. These Welsh baby names give you the chance to embrace your heritage or interests by picking out an enchanting, unique Welsh name. Wales is a country rich in history and its association with all things Celtic means it’s got a little bit of magic, too. We’ve found this modern day magic inspiring and we know plenty of others have felt the same.Artists throughout history have used the Welsh culture as an influence on their creations and we think you could be similarly inspired. For instance, a name like Arwen could tick those boxes for your Tolkien and Welsh needs. Welsh baby girl names, like Cerridwen or Guinevere, are practically begging your baby to be running through rolling green hills after faeries or writing fantastical stories. Welsh names for boys run the gamut from Cayden to Rhys to Marvin, or — going by their definitions — from battle to enthusiasm to sea friend.Here at The Bump we are sure you’re going to find the perfect Welsh name for baby with these colorful names and their wide scope of meanings to suit any and all needs.
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.