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.
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Cool Baby Boy Names
Want your newborn son to stand out at kindergarten? Blending traditional American names is a fun way of creating a name that is more contemporary. For instance, Braylon combines the names Brayden and Jaylen. Why not take some inspiration from the beautiful outdoors? Kai is a cool baby boy name of Hawaiian descent and directly translates as ‘sea’ or ‘ocean’. Other cool baby boy names can be found when researching popular European names. The name Daxton is of French origin and can even be shortened to Dax for a name full of boy-ish charm.
Cool Baby Girl Names
Hoping to find the perfect cool baby girl name that represents your newborn’s individuality? This organized list of names is sure to make your decision simpler. Why not put a modern twist on something classic? The names Louise and Ella can be combined to form Luella which is of French origin. Look back in time and find names that were fashionable over 100 years ago. Inez is the Spanish version of the name Agnes and is the Greek word for ‘pure’.