Comfortable baby names are nothing to scoff at! Appellations that have been popular for decades or even centuries prove especially attractive as they are time-tested and will serve your family well. In today’s terms, “traditional” has gotten a bad rap. But, it’s important to remember that baby names that seem commonplace are such because they’ve been favored by parents, again and again, year after year. These names simply have become a tradition for many families. Further, they are warm, comfortable, and no fuss.
We decided to round up easy-to-wear names for babies that have a down-to-earth vibe. These names are not trendy or cutting-edge instead, they are solid, established options that won’t garner ridicule when your baby is school-aged. For most of us parents, we want names that feel natural and approachable and the following names absolutely check all of those boxes. Now, read through our list to discover comfortable and warm appellations for your baby!
Comfortable and Cozy Names for Girls
Time-Tested Names for Girls
- Charlotte – A French name, meaning “free man” or “French man”
- Abigail – A name that’s more popular today than ever before, Abigail comes from Hebrew origin, meaning “my father is joyful”
- Ellie – A diminutive of Eleanor, meaning “bright” and “shining”
- Daisy – An English flower name, meaning “day’s eye”
Established Yet Sweet Names for Girls
- Georgia -A feminine form of George, a name from English that means “farmer”
- Maude – One of the most cherished names at the end of the 19th century, Maude comes from German as a form of Mathilda, meaning “mighty in battle”
- Stella – A cool name again today, Stella comes from Latin and means “star”
- Winona – A very popular name from the 1880s until the 1950s, Winona comes from Sioux Indian, meaning “first daughter”
Comforting Names for Girls
- Grace – A perennial favorite in the US, Grace is a virtue name that means “God’s grace”
- Norma – An English habitational name, meaning “from the North,” most popular in the early years of the 20th century
- Selena – A name that has experienced several renaissances in the US, Selena comes from Greek and means “moon goddess”
- Yvonne – One of the historically popular names in the US until 2000, from French, meaning “yew wood”
Peaceful Appellations for Girls
- Hannah – A traditional name from Hebrew, meaning “grace”
- Opal – A name that’s made a comeback in recent years, Opal comes from Sanskrit origin and means “gem”
- Thomasin – A female form of Thomas that predates Thomasina, meaning “twin”
- Yvette – A form of Yves, related to Yvonne, from French, meaning “yew wood”
Calm and Cool Names for Girls
- Hope – Emerging as a treasured name over the last twenty years, this virtue name is more popular than ever today
- Octavia – An appellation that’s made a comeback in recent years, from Latin, meaning “eight”
- Thea – A Greek name that’s come back after decades of disuse, meaning “goddess”
- Zora – A name that’s returned to the spotlight, Zora comes from Serbo-Croatian origin and means “dawn”
Charming Names for Girls
- Isabel – A Spanish form of Elizabeth, meaning “pledged to God”
- Pearl – A gem name from Latin, popular once more today
- Thalia – A Greek name, Thalia is mildly popular today, it means “to flourish”
- Cora – A delightful vintage name from Greek, meaning “maiden”
Established Names for Girls
- Josephine – A feminine form of Joseph, a name from Hebrew, meaning “Jehovah increases”
- Prudence – A virtue name that’s gone relatively unused since the 1920s, meaning “with caution”
- Una – Last popular in the US in the 1940s, Una comes from Latin and means “lamb” and “one”
- Clementine – A French name and form of the Latin name Clement, meaning “merciful”
Harmonious Names for Girls
- Joss – A diminutive form of Jocelyn from English, meaning “Geats tribe member”
- Paulina – A Spanish form of Paul, meaning “small”
- Veda – A classic name that’s trending up today, Veda can also be spelled Vada or Vaida, meaning “knowledge”
- Bess – A diminutive form of Elizabeth, a name from Hebrew, meaning “pledged to God”
Warm Names for Girls
- Kate – Kathryn and many of its diminutive forms have historically been popular in the US, of Greek origin, meaning “pure”
- Ruth – A Hebrew classic beloved in the US for decades, Ruth means “friend”
- Vera – A once wildly popular name in the US, Vera is on the rise once more, meaning “faith”
- Dinah – A name that was last popular in the 1960s, Dinah comes from Hebrew and means “God will judge”
Approachable Names for Girls
- Kinsley – A newly popular name that sounds vintage, from English, meaning “king’s meadow”
- Rebecca – Another cherished name from Hebrew, meaning “to tie”
- Virginia – A Latinate name, meaning “pure”
- Fern – An English habitational name meaning “from the ferns”
Inviting Names for Girls
- Lenora – Once one of the most popular names for girls in the US, Lenora comes from English as a contracted form of Leonora, meaning “light”
- Rosie – A diminutive form of Rose, from Latin, meaning “a flower”
- Val – Sure, you could go with Valerie, but its concise form Val does the trick too, meaning “strength”
- Ines – A Latinate form of Agnes, last popular in the 1930s, meaning “pure”
Sweet Names for Girls
- Lorraine – A vintage old lady name that should make a comeback, Lorraine is a habitational French name, meaning “from Lorraine province”
- Shirley – Shirley has fallen from favor today, but this sweet appellation has English origins and means “bright meadow”
- Wilhelmina – A German name, last popular in the 1950s, meaning “resolute protector”
- Ivy – An English nature name that refers to the evergreen plant, more popular today in the US than ever before
Warm and Comfortable Names for Boys
Strong Names for Boys
- Edward – Edward is a boy’s name of English origin meaning “wealthy guardian.” The first year baby-naming records were kept in the US in 1880, the name ranked at number 11.
- George – This name has Greek origins and means “farmer.” The name has been a top 200 choice for boys since those records began.
- Brian – Brian has Celtic origins and means “honorable.”
- Kevin – Like Brian, Kevin is a trusted Irish name that’s been a favorite for decades. It means “handsome.”
Time-Tested Names for Boys
- Joshua – One of the most beloved basic names, Joshua remains a popular Jewish baby name today. The Hebrew name means “the Lord is my salvation.”
- Kenneth – In this country, Kenneth was a top 20 name from the 1920s through the 50s. However, Americans didn’t invent this name. It has Scottish and Irish origins and means “handsome” or “born of fire.”
- Andrew – Andrew was firmly in the top 10 for more than two recent decades and has been in the top 100 since naming records were recorded in the US. The name has Greek origins and means “manly.”
- Steven – An English form of Stephen, which means “garland.”
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- Paul – Even if a little boy doesn’t get this as a given name, it’s one of the most popular choices as a middle. Paul means “small.”
- Mark – After Michael, Mark is the second most popular M-name in the US. Mark is a Latin appellation that means “warlike.”
- Anthony – Anthony now sits at the 38 most popular name for baby boys in the US. It has consistently ranked in the top 50 since 1880. This classic Roman name means “priceless one.”
- Matthew – Matthew was the third most popular boys’ name in America throughout the 1980s and ’90s, and is still one of the top names that starts with M. The name has Hebrew origins and means “gift of God.
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- Daniel – Daniel is a boy’s name of Hebrew origin meaning “God is my judge.” It’s a perennial favorite that’s been in the top 50 since 1880 and in the top 15 every year since 1972.
- Christopher – A Greek name that means “bearer of Christ,” Christopher has slipped in popularity in recent years but it soared high from the 1980s – 2010s.
- Charles – Charles is a French name that means “free man” which might explain why it’s so popular among American parents. Charles was in the top 10 for almost 100 years.
- Thomas – Thomas has been one of the most commonly used classic basic names in both England and the US over time and is still firmly in the top 100. The name comes from Aramaic and means “twin.”
Traditional Yet Energetic Names for Boys
- Joseph – Joseph is seen as an all-American classic and its nickname Joe is now associated with an everyday “regular” guy. This Hebrew name means “Jehovah increases.”
- Richard – A classic old Norman name popular for a thousand years, Richard was the sixth most popular US boys’ name in 1925, and was still number 8 in 1950, but is now much less popular. This German name means “dominating ruler.”
- David – David is a classic with a lot going for it. While no longer in the top 10, it still ranks second to Daniel among boy names starting with D. This Hebrew name means “beloved.”
- William – William is one of the most enduring of basic names. It’s among the most popular boys’ names, as American parents see it as being ideally conservative yet contemporary, and hands-down the most popular baby name beginning with W of all time. This English name from German means “resolute protector.”
Popular Names for Boys
- Michael – Michael was the number one American boys’ name for almost half a century. The name has Hebrew origins and means “who is like God?”
- Robert – Robert was Number one in both 1925 and 1950, and in fact was in the top 25 for an entire century. Like William, Robert is an English name from German. It means “bright fame.”
- John – John is still one of the Top 10 boy names starting with J of all time. The name was the most popular Christian name for 400 years after the Crusaders introduced it to Britain after returning home. John has Hebrew origins and means “God is gracious.”
- James – James, which reentered the top 5 in 2016, for the first time since 1980, is a current favorite among stylish parents looking for a baby name that has both charm and substance. This name is English from Hebrew meaning “supplanter.”
No-Fuss Names for Boys
- Felix – This name is prevalent in Spanish-speaking families today, and perhaps we have those families to thank for its rise in 2020. Felix has Latin origins and means “fortunate.”
- Miles – One of the traditional boy names that feels both fresh and classic at the same time, Miles comes from Latin and means “soldier.”
- Emmett – Emmett originated in England as a masculine diminutive of the German Emma, but it also has origins as a Hebrew name that means “truth.”
- Jackson – Jackson is an English surname that means “son of Jack.”
Bright Names for Boys
- Lucas – It’s the Latin form of Luke and means “man from Lucania.” Also spelled, Lukas, this is one amazing appellation.
- Levi – Levi is set to remain in the top 25 most popular names for boys for years to come. The name comes from Hebrew origin and means “joined.”
- Leo – Casual and cute, Leo is a splendid name that has origins in both Latin and German and means “lion.”
- Greyson – A name that emerged as a popular choice for boys in the 1990s, Greyson has English origins and means “son of a steward.”
Soothing Names for Boys
- Caleb – Caleb is a name for boys that’s steadily climbed since the 1970s. The Hebrew name means “devotion to God.”
- Owen – Owen is a pleasant Welsh classic that means “young warrior.” It is a top 25 choice for parents today.
- Henry – Henry has been at the very top since records of baby-naming have been kept in the US. This very old German name means “estate ruler.”
- Elijah – Elijah is one of the most appealing basic names on the planet. It has Hebrew origins, meaning “Yahweh is God.”
Enchanting Names for Boys
- Finn – Finn is an adventurous boy’s name of Irish origin meaning “fair or white.” This name has only been popular as a given one in the US since 2000.
- Gabriel – Gabriel is expected to become more popular than ever before if trends hold. This charming Hebrew name means “God is my strength.”
- Benjamin – Americans can’t get enough of the name Benjamin and there’s no mystery as to why! This handsome classic has been in the top ever since the data’s been collected. The last two years have seen Benjamin as a name that’s more popular than ever before here and expect that trend to hold. Benjamin is a Hebrew name that means “son of the right hand.”
- Ethan – Ethan derives from the Hebrew name Eitan which means “strong.” The name has taken a rollercoaster ride on the charts through the years, but since the sixties, it’s become a reliable choice.
Brilliant Names for Boys
- Theodore – Remaining in the top 500 for nearly two centuries, Theodore proves a steadfast pick.
- Oliver – This Latin name for boys means “olive tree.” It’s an extremely popular choice today.
- Samuel – Samuel is another old name with roots in Hebrew. It is said to mean “God heard” or “name of God,” which makes it fairly similar to Joshua.
- Logan – Logan has become one of those “cool kid” basic names like Carter and Jackson. This appellation has Scottish origins and means “little hollow.”
These Names Sound Like Comfort
- Noah – Noah is Hebrew and means “rest and “to comfort” and is derived from the Biblical Noah of Noah and the Ark.
- Mateo – Mateo is the Spanish form of Matthew that has become wildly favored. It also means “gift of God.”
- Asher – A vintage Hebrew favorite that made a comeback after decades of disuse, Asher means “fortunate.”
- Carter – A steadfast name, Carter is an English occupational name meaning “person who transports goods.”
Our Favorite Names for Boys
- Ezra – A most popular choice today, Ezra comes from Hebrew and means “help.”
- Lincoln – Presidential names are really popular in America. Lincoln is an English surname-name that means “town by the pool.”
- Hudson – A trendy option today, Hudson comes from English and means “Hugh’s son.”
- Dylan – We could have easily put this with the unisex names, but Dylan remains one of the most popular basic names for boys. Dylan comes from Welsh and means “son of the sea.”
If you loved these comfortable baby names, we encourage you to keep reading as we have rounded up over 100 nature-inspired names for baby girls and boys. These charming appellations celebrate our natural world in a sunny fashion. Take a look!
Check Out These Peaceful Nature Names for Boys & Girls!
Nature Names for Boys – Botanical Options
- Rue– A gender-neutral option kicks this list off! Rue is the perfect unisex choice that works for boys thanks to it sounding close to Drew. Rue was treasured by the ancient Romans for its medicinal applications. However, the name means “regret.”
- Sage– Another beloved herb by the Romans, Sage is a special name meaning “wise.”
- Florian– A distinguished and established name, Florian has Latin roots that mean “flower.”
- Betony– A virtually unused name, Betony is also the name of a wildflower.
- Campion– Campion is a French name that means “champion.” However, campion wildflowers are beloved for their pink and red petals.
Nature Boy Names Continued – More Botanicals
- Basil– Basil comes from a Greek root meaning “kingly.” It’s why basilicas are called such. Basil is also the name of a beloved herb!
- Sorrel– An edible herb with reddish-purple flowers, sorrels have a scrumptious name. Sorrel is also a French name meaning “reddish.”
- Reed– The name Reed enjoys English origins and is associated with boys with red hair. Reeds, of course, are the grassy plant often found growing near marshes.
- Zahur– Zahur has Egyptian and Arabic roots and is one of a few nature boy names that means “flower.”
- Oleander– Not only is Oleander a mashup of wildly popular Oliver and Alexander, Oleander names a flowering shrub.
Nature Names for Boys – Trees
- Rowan– The Rowan tree gave us the Scottish name Rowan. In Ireland, the name means “redhead.”
- Ash– From the Hebrew name Asher, Ash also refers to the Ash tree.
- Ewan– Scottish Gaelic, Ewan, means “born of the yew tree.”
- Oren– A Hebrew name that means “laurel” and “pine tree.”
- Elon– Another Hebrew treasure, Elon means “oak tree.”
Nature Names for Boys – More Trees
- Cedar– Cedar comes from Latin roots and indeed means “cedar tree.”
- Leif– Scandinavian name Leif actually means “heir” but it’s pronounced just like the word leaf.
- Birch– Birch refers to the tree but it’s an established name that means “dweller in the birch forest.”
- Branch– Of all the nature names on this list, we imagine that Branch might be the most polarizing. We think it works, but if it seems like to much of a stretch, don’t!
- Banyan– The name of a tropical Indian fig tree, Banyan translates to mean “the God tree.”
Nature Names for Boys – Stones, Minerals & Rocks
- Slate– An excellent alternative to Slade, if your are looking for one, Slate refers to the cool, smooth rock.
- Alabaster– Alabaster makes for an evocative name for boys as it describes a smooth, white stone. The name evolved from Egyptian al-abaste, which refers to the Egyptian God Bast.
- Jasper– Thankfully, Jasper has grown in popularity in recent years. This awesome Persian name means “bringer of treasure.” But, you will also find a variant of it in Hebrew, meaning “speckled stone.”
- Onyx– The smooth black stone you know and love has such a wonderful name! Onyx contains Greek elements which mean “claw.”
- Kito– Kito is a Swahili name for boys that means “precious jewel.”
Nature Names for Boys – Landscapes & Topographic Appellations
- Forest– A name you know and love, Forest makes for a remarkable name for boys.
- Glenn– A Scottish name that’s used for both boys and girls, Glenn means “wooded valley.”
- Hawthorn– A touch prickly, Hawthorn sounds rather buttoned-up but we urge you to consider it! Hawthorn, like Glenn, is a topographic name referring to a “hedge of hawthorn.”
- Heath– Heath is a handsome name for boys that refers to a “heathland dweller.”
- River– River has been a hot nature name since the 1990s. River simply refers to the flowing bodies of water.
Nature Names for Boys – More Landscapes & Topographic Names
- Bay– Bay has Latin origins and means “berry,” so this one is a two-for-one in that it’s a botanical name and a name for a body of water.
- Lake– Thanks to its proximity to Blake, Lake works as an excellent alternative that highlights nature.
- Flint– An English topographic name, Flint means “born near a crop of Flint.” This name was once wildly popular in the 1960s.
- Pike– Yes, Pike is a fish, but it’s also the name of Pike’s Peak which was so named by Zebulon Pike.
- Everest– Not our favorite of the nature names on this list, but one that’s been getting used far more often these days. The name of the world’s tallest mountain.
Nature Names for Boys – Mythology
- Sylvan– Sylvan comes from the Roman forest god Sylvan. Thus, this Latin name means “woods.”
- Aries– An astrology, mythology, and animal name all in one, Aries has it all. The Roman God of with a name that translates to “ram.”
- Atlas– The Name of Greek Titan who held the entire earth. This name is great for travelers as well. The name means “to carry.”
- Lir– Pronounced exactly the same way as Lear, Lir is an Irish name for boys that belonged to the god of the sea.
- Pan– A Greek mythological figure of a figure who possessed the legs of a goat! The being was tied to nature and the name Pan means “shepherd.”
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Nature Names for Boys – Animals
- Bear– Bear has been a hot name in the UK for years now and it’s finally come to the US. A little grizzly and a little teddy.
- Finch– Finch could make for a colorful choice. The name belongs to the bird but also has a history as an English name meaning “to swindle.”
- Fox– Sleek and a bit wild, Fox would be the perfect name for a boy with playful parents.
- Hawk– Sometimes spelled with an E as a surname, Hawk simply refers to the bird of prey.
- Wolf– Is Wolf too much of a name for a baby boy to shoulder? You get to decide! If it’s too literal, the German name Wolfgang means “wolf traveler.”
Nature Names for Boys – More Animals
- Wren– Wren is an English bird name that benefits from sounding exactly like the established name Rene.
- Robin– A unisex option, Robin refers to the bird, but it’s also an English diminutive form of Robert. In fact, it’s been a nickname for Robert for centuries. Thus, the name means “bright fame.”
- Buck– A touch rough around the edges, Buck may or may not appeal to you. We think it’s a strong name. It, of course, means “male deer.”
- Drake– Drake is a handsome one! This English name can mean “dragon” or “male duck.”
- Raoul– If you’re looking for a nature name with a touch of mystery, the French name Raoul might be the perfect option. It means “wolf-counsel” and sounds way better than its Germanic form: Ralph.
Now, Nature Names for Girls!
Nature Names for Girls – Botanical Beauties
- Liliosa– Liliosa is probably the best form of the name Lily. This Spanish option offers distinction and warmth.
- Daisy– Daisy is an English flower name for the happy flower you know and love. It got its name because of the way it opens at dawn, “day’s eye.”
- Xochitl– A Nahuatl or Aztec floral name used in southern Mexico and pronounced so-chat-l, Xochitl means “flower.”
- Pema– A Tibetan girl’s name, Pema means “lotus flower.”
- Nasrin– Nasrin is a popular appellation in Iran, Turkey, and Azerbaijan today. It means “wild rose.” Are you in love?
More Nature Names for Girls – Fresh Botanicals
- Marigold– A vintage charmer, Marigold is an English flower name that refers to the gorgeous yellow flower. Unfortunately, this name has never appealed to many parents outside the UK.
- Lita– Lita is a shortened form of Rosalita, a Spanish name with Hebrew origins that means “garden.” This is one of our favorite nature names with the Rose- component.
- Kalina– Unless you have Polish heritage, you likely have never heard the Polish name, Kalina. It translates to “viburnum,” which is a flowering shrub.
- Jessamine– Jessamine is an ornate Persian name that simply means “jasmine.” It’s a great alternative to the many Jess- names out there.
- Irit– A Hebrew name you might not have encountered Irit before. This treasure refers to the “asphodel flower,” a perennial native to the Mediterranean and the Middle East.
Nature Names for Girls – More Botanical But Less Flowery
- Briar– Briar is an English botanical name that (surprise, surprise!) means “briar patch.”
- Fern– Fern is one of those nature names that has faded through the years. We would love for this name, that means “bold voyager” to return to popularity.
- Lavender-An English plant and color name, Lavender deserves a place next to other nature names like Sage and Lilac.
- Rosemary– Rosemary refers to the herb, but also a standalone name that means “dew of the sea.” Coincidentally, rosemary plants enjoy that climate.
- Marjoram– Marjoram is likely something you have cooked with as it is a popular herb for home cooks. We hope this dusty gem gets shined up again soon.
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- Posy– Posy is a quintessentially English name that means “a bunch of flowers.”
- Willow– Willow came into use as a given name far after the willow tree, whose name came from the Old English word welig, meaning “willow.”
- Hazel– Hazel is such a magical nature name for girls. It means “a hazelnut tree.” Who does not love hazelnut?
- Magnolia– Magnolia is a French name and surname that means “Magnol’s flower.” A touch ornate but if you love drama, this is the one!
- Keziah– An Old Testament name that means “cassia tree,” Keziah is one to watch. It’s been criminally underused and foresee it gaining steam in the coming years.
Nature Names for Girls – Gems, Minerals & More
- Amethyst– In ancient Greece, Amethyst was a popular name for girls. Unfortunately, that’s not the case for this gem and color name. Let’s change that, parents!
- Gemma– Gemma is a pretty Italian appellation and one of our favorite nature names. Gemma means “precious stone.”
- Amber– A warm and intoxicating name, Amber means “jewel,” in Arabic, the language it originated in.
- Pearl– Pearl comes from Latin and means, well, “pearl.” This classic is set to see a renaissance in the next couple of years. We can’t wait!
- Giada– Jade is a perfectly wonderful name and we urge you to pick it. You might not know, however, that Giada is the Italian form of the name.
More Gem Nature Names for Girls
- Diamante– If the name Diamond seems over the top to you, you may or may not like its Greek form, Diamante. We think it gives it even more romance.
- Coralie– Coralie is a French name that is currently more popular in Quebec! This name simply means “coral.”
- Opal– Another one of these gem nature names we wish would come back is Opal. Opal comes from Sanskrit and means “gem.”
- Beryl– Beryl is a Greek name for girls that means “sea-green jewel.” It’s currently hot in the UK.
- Garnet– Garnet offers you a two-for-one in that it’s a dark, red gemstone. However, Garnet means “pomegranate.” The stones were actually names for the fruit!
More Nature Names for Girls – Sparkly Things Continued
- Peridot– Peridot is the deep green birth gemstone for the month of August. The name of the stone comes from Arabic. This would be a distinguished choice!
- Ruby– To us, Ruby will always be a pleasant, spunky, and playful choice. We love it and encourage lovers of red to go for it!
- Citrine– Citrine is the birthstone for babies born in November. You would be wise to consider it as a name for your baby girl born in November.
- Esmeralda– A Spanish name that means “emerald,” Esmeralda is one of the most popular Spanish names for girls in the US today.
- Jewel– Some classic nature names are classic for a reason. Jewel is one such name that has been a top 1000 name for girls in the US for a century!
Animal Nature Names for Girls
- Dove– Love birds? Doves have long been considered a symbol of peace and good fortune. Why not use Dove as name?
- Paloma– Want a more subtle nod to the Dove? Paloma is a Spanish name that means “dove.” It’s one of our favorite Spanish nature names.
- Yara– Yara is a romantic, Arabic name that means “small butterfly.” This name is already red-hot and we imagine it’s only going to get hotter from here on it.
- Mariposa– Another name that means “butterfly,” Mariposa has Spanish origins and sounds so intriguing.
- Lark– A unisex bird name that works well for both boys and girls like Robin, Lark would be a fresh and bold choice today.
Nature Names for Girls – Look to the Sky
- Luna– Every new parent’s favorite, Luna, which is Latin and means “moon” is still good even though it is overused.
- Estelle– A French name that means “star,” Estelle is hot once more!
- Ayla– Ayla is a name with Turkish and Hebrew origins. It can mean “oak tree,” “halo,” and “moonlight.”
- Sky– A name that was virtually unheard of until the late 1990s, Sky is now a big contender and favored for baby girls.
- Aurora– One of the best nature names for girls, Aurora is a classic Latin name that means “dawn” and fills up with hope.
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Nature Names for Girls – Topographic & Landscape Names
- Meadow– We have The Sopranos to thank for this gentle nature name. Meadow is warm and welcoming.
- Marine– A popular name for girls in France, Marine has Latin origins and means “of the sea.”
- Sylvie– Another French option, Sylvie is another form of Sylvia, both names mean “from the woods.”
- Prairie– If you like names with a distinctive Western feel, Prairie would do the trick.
- Neve– Neve is a Latin name that means “snow” and it is widely used among Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese families. We love how cool and casual this one feels.
There you go! We hope you feel inspired by these nature names for girls and boys. We low-key want to take a hike now. We only scratched the surface of nature names as the possibilities are endless! If you are drawn to something of natural beauty, find a name with that meaning! Nature has always inspired names and there seems to be a name for every natural element on earth! Happy baby name hunting and congrats!
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- 1 Comfortable and Cozy Names for Girls
- 1.1 Time-Tested Names for Girls
- 1.2 Established Yet Sweet Names for Girls
- 1.3 Comforting Names for Girls
- 1.4 Peaceful Appellations for Girls
- 1.5 Calm and Cool Names for Girls
- 1.6 Charming Names for Girls
- 1.7 Established Names for Girls
- 1.8 Harmonious Names for Girls
- 1.9 Warm Names for Girls
- 1.10 Approachable Names for Girls
- 1.11 Inviting Names for Girls
- 1.12 Sweet Names for Girls
- 2 Warm and Comfortable Names for Boys
- 2.1 Strong Names for Boys
- 2.2 Time-Tested Names for Boys
- 2.3 These Names Won’t Let You Down
- 2.4 You Can’t Go Wrong With These Names for Boys
- 2.5 Traditional Yet Energetic Names for Boys
- 2.6 Popular Names for Boys
- 2.7 No-Fuss Names for Boys
- 2.8 Bright Names for Boys
- 2.9 Soothing Names for Boys
- 2.10 Enchanting Names for Boys
- 2.11 Brilliant Names for Boys
- 2.12 These Names Sound Like Comfort
- 2.13 Our Favorite Names for Boys
- 3 Check Out These Peaceful Nature Names for Boys & Girls!
- 3.1 Nature Names for Boys – Botanical Options
- 3.2 Nature Boy Names Continued – More Botanicals
- 3.3 Nature Names for Boys – Trees
- 3.4 Nature Names for Boys – More Trees
- 3.5 Nature Names for Boys – Stones, Minerals & Rocks
- 3.6 Nature Names for Boys – Landscapes & Topographic Appellations
- 3.7 Nature Names for Boys – More Landscapes & Topographic Names
- 3.8 Nature Names for Boys – Mythology
- 3.9 Nature Names for Boys – Animals
- 3.10 Nature Names for Boys – More Animals
- 4 Now, Nature Names for Girls!
- 4.1 Nature Names for Girls – Botanical Beauties
- 4.2 More Nature Names for Girls – Fresh Botanicals
- 4.3 Nature Names for Girls – More Botanical But Less Flowery
- 4.4 More Nature Names! Yes, Girls Enjoy A Lot of Botanical Options!
- 4.5 Nature Names for Girls – Gems, Minerals & More
- 4.6 More Gem Nature Names for Girls
- 4.7 More Nature Names for Girls – Sparkly Things Continued
- 4.8 Animal Nature Names for Girls
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