March baby names are all about distinguishing baby’s brilliance through the medium of just a few syllables. These are gorgeous tributes to baby’s grace, lively spirit, and determination. Baby can believe their name to be a tailor-made experience, telling them to embark upon all of life’s zesty journeys, while you get to be reminded of your favorite day of the year, every day. March baby girl, boy, or gender-neutral names highlight the brilliance of a fresh spring start every day.
What makes a March baby name?
An array of associations decides March baby names. They highlight the persevering attitudes and emotional complexities that only the Aquariuses and Pisces of the world can provide. They sing the song of celebration for the people embracing its many holidays and awareness causes. The attributes taking shape before your eyes in baby can be gifted family-wide acclaim from day one! These names are also inspired by what the introduction of a new season can offer. By welcoming baby and spring simultaneously, you’re welcoming as much newness as you can at one time in one whirlwind adventure.
What holidays are in March?
March is a month full of awareness causes and holidays commemorating the bravest of Americans in history! Its many identities include World Civil Defense Day, World Music Therapy Day, Peace Corps Day, Universal Human Beings Week, Gender Equality Month, Irish-American Heritage Month, and, of course, St. Patrick’s day. St. Patrick’s day is a holiday plenty of people know and celebrate—and are swiftly reminded with pinches if they’ve forgotten to wear green! But Gender Equality Month and Irish-American Heritage Month might be a little less well-known. Gender Equality Month celebrates the achievements of women who have taken on the world and the gender gap, raising awareness of the gender-based bias prevalent in society for ages.
How did March get its name?
March these days is seen as a time of pure renewal; it’s the start of spring where the last dregs of winter cease with their endless push towards a cold oblivion! (Or maybe something less dramatic.) And though their reasons were different and bred from harsher conditions, the ancient people of Babylon and the Roman Empire felt the same way. Mid-March was actually the time of year the ancient Babylonians sought to treat as their new year, including New Year’s resolutions and all. This was when the earth was freshly tilled, their new crops were planted, and the people hoped for a year of thriving. On the flip side of the coin lies the god Mars; Mars was the Roman god of war. Though initially, it would be easy to think of his preternatural ability for combat as distinctly lacking in rejuvenation, it might be worth considering other gods of his ilk. For instance, Shiva in Hinduism is known as a creator and destroyer. And similarly, new worlds and societies emerge from war, holding March tirelessly to their ever-evolving title.