US Popularity:16488
Other Origin(s):British
Meaning:Destiny; Presumed cause that pre-determines events
The stars have aligned, and the world has made way for the arrival of baby Fate, the little one whose story has been intertwined with yours. If you are looking for a name that describes how you and baby were led to each other, Fate can do that in just four letters. As a concept, fate appears in Greek mythology, philosophy books, and dictionaries, though it is also a unique gender neutral first name. Often defined as a type of “destiny” or a “presumed cause for predetermined events,” the idea of fate could resonate deeply if you believe that everything happens for a reason. While the word fate is now used in the English language, it has roots in the Latin word fatum. For baby Fate, their name will help them remember that their life journey has been written in the stars.

Fate Name Popularity Data

U.S. Births

Overall:Fate is currently #16488 in U.S. births
Boy:Fate is currently #7863 in U.S. births

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