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Nature baby names are inspired by animals, weather, flowers, trees, bodies of water … really, anything that you can dream up about mother nature and the great outdoors.
Able is simply a spelling variation of Abel, and an unpopular one at that. If you are willing and able, don't name your son...
Greek: Thorny; In Greek mythology, the acacia tree symbolizes immortality and resurrection. Acacia wood was used in the Bible to...
The descendants of the Arcadians settled in Lousiana and became known as Cajuns.
Greek: Sharp, pointed, or thorned
Anglo Saxon Origin
German: Of the nobility; the wife of Emperor Otto the Great and the name of an Australian city
Greek: Shield; In Greek mythology, Aegis was the goat-skin shield of Zeus and his daughter Athena.
Greek: Praiseworthy; the Trojan warrior from Virgil''s Aeneid
English: From the Afton River
Not all jewel names can be hits, and Agate is definitely a miss. Do yourself—and your future child—a favor and pretend...
Hebrew: See Aaron
Irish: Little, fiery; Aidan is a modern English spelling of the early medieval Gaelic name Áedán.
A spirited baby may be in the cards for you if you decide to name your son Aiden, derived from the Irish Aidan, meaning "fiery...
English: Old friend, wise friend. Variant of Alvin. A surname derived from Aldwyn. Related to the Alder tree.
English: From the alder tree
Russian: Helper of man
Basque: Refers to the Virgin Mary
Hebrew: Strong as an oak tree
A variation of the more formal-sounding Alicia, the breezier Alyssa rocketed in popularity in the 1980s, thanks to actress...
African: Born on Saturday (Ghanaian)
Do you want to be reminded of just how loveable your daughter is every time you yell her name in frustration? Then perhaps...
Greek: Eternal; a form of Amarantha
Greek: Flower; poetically used to mean a simple shepherdess or country girl in I Care Not For Those Ladies by Thomas Campion (1567-1620)...
Ambergris is odoriferous and is used in the making of perfume products. Amber, the fossilized jewel as it is defined in English...
A steadily popular name for several decades—Amber was everywhere in the 1980s and '90s—the name now, surprisingly, makes...
American: Place name for the United States of America
Latin: derived from the Latin, Americus, in homage to explorer Amerigo Vespucci
Move over Ruby and Jade, Amethyst is...not on the way. Despite the popularity of many gemstone names right now, the purple...