Top good and meaningful baby names

Naming your baby is meaningful, always a priority choice of young parents. Those meaningful names will follow you for the rest of your life, on a long journey later. When we know we are about to be promoted, a job that we all look forward to when we reach adulthood, good names are also expected. Here are some good names that have been selected for parents to refer to.

  1. Aadriti:

Aadriti is the name of Hindu Goddess Durga. It is a beautiful name for a girl. But some might find this name hard to pronounce. It is definitely a unique name, unlike the usual Arati, Atira, and Aiswaryas.

  1. Peace:

With this unique and stylish name, it’s time to let your tension out and your zen in. Despite the fact that there are numerous names that denote or indicate peace, like Oliver, Pax, and Paz, people tend to go with Peace. And this is a name that is self-explanatory. We don’t know why parents gave their child the name Peace, but we can infer that they wanted a child who would be calm and tranquil.

  1. Saffron:

Saffron is a spice that is considered the most expensive of its kind. Saffron is a common name in Egypt. Con is likened to a rare herb, and has many good uses. Always helping people with health and beauty. A name not to be missed.

  1. Connelly:

Irish means ‘love and friendship’. The name has a sentimental meaning, so that the child always has a good relationship between family, friends, and loved ones.

  1. David:

David is a Hebrew name that has Biblical connotations. So if you are looking for a traditional, yet lovely name, then David will be perfect.

  1. Erasmus:

Erasmus means beloved. It has a Greek origin. A popular bearer of this name is Saint Erasmus, the patron saint of sailors, more popularly known as St. Elmo!

  1. Agapius:

Agapius has a Latin origin. It means ‘divine love’. Nicknames can include Aggie, Pius and Gipper.

  1. Brisa:

If you are looking for a Spanish name for your baby girl, then consider this one. The name is a variant of Briseis, the name of the love interest of Achilles in Homer’s Iliad and in Greek mythology.

  1. Amanda:

The meaning of Amanda is ‘one who is worthy of love’. It is believed that the British dramatist Colley Cibber invented this name in the 17th century. He even gave one of his characters this name in the play “Love’s Last Shift’.

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