33 Eclectic Gemini Baby Names That Celebrate All the Wonderful Qualities of the Sign

Naming your Gemini baby (born May 21 – June 200 is an exciting and rewarding task. To help you find the perfect name for your little one, we’ve compiled a list of 33 unique names that represent all the qualities of a Gemini—intelligence, wit, charm and creativity. Whether you’re looking for a classic name or something more modern, this list has it all. We guarantee that no matter which option you choose, your child will be proud to have a name as meaningful and special as they are!

Gemini baby names can relate to the symbol for the sign, the twins. Further, the color yellow is associated with the sign as well as lavender flowers. Gemini is also the first air sign so appellations that have meanings associated with it are also quite fitting. There’s no shortage of inspiring names that embody the resilience and intuition that are indicative of this sign.

Gemini Baby Names for Girls


Gemini Baby Names

If your May baby will be born after the twenty-first, they will be born under the Gemini sign. The twins are the symbol for Gemini, making names that mean “twin” or “twins” a great option. One of our favorites is Tamsin, an English name and short form of Thomasina. The Aramaic root of this appellation means “twin.”


Gemini Baby Names

The element for Gemini is air. So names that mean “air” or are are-adjacent are perfection. Nasima is an elegant Arabic name that means “breeze” and “fresh air.” Names of Arabic origin are on the rise in the US today and we can’t get enough of this one.


Gemini Baby Names

Celeste is a name of Greek origin that means “heavenly.” For us, this is a play on the air element. This appellation is one of the best because it encourages us to look at all those constellations in the night sky.


Gemini Baby Names

Yet another name of Greek origin, Aura is a spectacular option. This stunner means “a gentle breeze.”


Gemini Baby Names

As we mentioned the color yellow represents the sign. The Persian name Zari means “golden.” How gorgeous is that?


Gemini Baby Names

Buttercup is another celebration of the color yellow. With nature-inspired baby names on the rise, this could be a great fit for parents who want to pay homage to our beautiful planet.


Gemini Baby Names

Aria is an Italian name and musical term that means “on air” or “melody.” The term often refers to a song with solo vocals in an opera. The name is on the rise today and is more popular than ever before.


Gemini Baby Names

Lavender is a flower associated with the Gemini sign. It’s also a wonderful option as a given name. The name for a purple flower that smells divine. It’s a rare choice in the US today but we see so much potential for it.


Gemini Baby Names

Cressida is a name of Greek origin that means “gold.” This appellation has never been a popular option in the US but we feel it has a sort of vintage pedigree to it that’s appealing.


Gemini Baby Names

You can get straight to the point with the name Gemini which is of Latin origin and means “twins.” This name is perfectly unisex and could be a great fit for any baby.


Gemini Baby Names

Here’s a real gem of a name. Gemella is an Italian name for girls that shares the same root with Gemini. Thus, it means “twins.” It is a rare choice today but could be a great fit for a girl you want to call Gem or Ella.


Gemini Baby Names

To nail the Swedish pronunciation of this name, say it li-NAY-ah. Isn’t that lovely? This name means “twinflower.” We’re here for it!


Gemini Baby Names

Geminis are the most intellectual of all of the signs. Minerva is a name of Latin origin that means “intellect.” The name was once vary popular in the US but it fell from favor by the 1970s. We think it has comeback potential as parents just might jump at the chance to use the nickname Minnie.


Gemini Baby Names

Pronounced ZAN-thee, Xanthe is a name of Greek origin that means “yellow.” Ancient Greeks used this name as a reference to the goddess Demeter. Unfortunately, this appellation has never been popular in the US.


Gemini Baby Names

Flavia is an Ancient Latin name that means “golden” and “yellow.” The name was once a popular option for baby girls in the US but that has not been the case since the 1880s!


Gemini Baby Names

Roma is the way Italians say Rome and it is a reference to the founding myth of the ancient city where twins (Romulus and Remus) were cared for by a wolf. Roma used to be a very popular name in the US but WWII changed that for this name. We think it’s time for it to make a comeback.


Gemini Baby Names

Sky is a beautiful, nature-inspired name that can work for both boys and girls. Sky is a boundless appellation that’s more popular today in the US than ever before. Sky is a reference to the air element associated with Gemini. It’s a winner, baby!

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Gemini Baby Names for Boys


Gemini Baby Names

 There are so many excellent options for boys that make the connection to the sign. Tomas, the Spanish and German form of Thomas (also a great option), is of Aramaic origin and means “twin.” That makes it a reference to the twins.


Gemini Baby Names

If Tomas and Thomas are too mainstream for you, we’ve got your answer with Tavish. The name is the Scottish form of Thomas. Think of it as formal cousin to Hamish. Sadly, Tavish has never been a favored option in the US. We think it’s far too adorable to pass up.


Gemini Baby Names

The twins of the sign of Gemini are named Castor and Pollux. Pollux does not sit right with us for a boy born today, but we find Castor to be a cute options among May baby names. Castor is a name of Greek origin and means “pious.” This name has unfortunately gone virtually unused in the US. But, we things the winds of change are blowing this name into new parents’ consciousness.


Gemini Baby Names

Zephyr is a stylish unisex name of Greek origin that means “west wind.” Zephyr is another one of the names with a Gemini connection as the element for the sign is air.


Gemini Baby Names

Rome or Roman are also possibilities as the founding myth of Rome is based on the twins (Romulus and Remus). Both names are fairly popular today and sound timeless as well as fashionable.


Gemini Baby Names

Coro is an underutilized name of Native American origin that means “wind.” The appellation is a play on Gemini’s element, air.


Gemini Baby Names

Blane is a Scottish name that means “yellow,” the color most closely associated with Gemini. The name had a short window of popularity in the US in the 1950s and 1960s but it has gone virtually unused since then.


Gemini Baby Names

Maso is an Italian diminutive form of Tomaso, meaning “twin.” We love the brisk nature of this appellation and think more parents should give it a shot today.


Gemini Baby Names

Odion is a name of Esan origin commonly heard in Nigeria. The name means “first of twins.” Odion Jude Ighalo is a Nigerian footballer with this name that is lifting its visibility.


Gemini Baby Names

If Rome or Roman felt too well-used to you, you can always go with Remus. A name of Latin origin that has an unknown meaning. Romulus feels like a lot for a baby boy to shoulder but Remus seems more straightforward.


Gemini Baby Names

Geminis are the intellectuals of the zodiac. That makes names with references to wisdom and knowledge fitting. Cato is a name of Latin origin that means “all-knowing.” This name has not been a popular option in the US for over 100 years!


Gemini Baby Names

Guthrie is a Scottish or Irish Gaelic name that means “from the windy place.” Its connection to the air element made us pull it for this list of Gemini baby names.


Gemini Baby Names

A brother to sister, Nasima, Naseem is a name of Arabic or Urdu origin that means “breeze” and “fresh air.” The name is technically unisex but we love it for baby boys.


Gemini Baby Names

Only recently becoming popular for babies in the US, Wilder is a fast-climber. The name means “wild” and it is commonly found as a surname. Wilder made us think of Gemini because those born under the sign often seem like they house two personalities in one body. There’s often a “wild side.”


Gemini Baby Names

Now for a witty option! Witt used to be used as a short form of Dewitt but we prefer it solo. Witt means “blonde” and is also a reference to humor and intellect. A double-whammy as a Gemini baby name.

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Gemini Baby Names

Ganda or Luganda is a Bantu language spoken in the African Great Lakes region. Zesiro is a zippy name from this naming tradition that means “first of two twins.” This name is rare in the US but we love the sound of so much we could not pass up the chance to share it with you.

Congratulations on taking the important step to find the perfect name for your Gemini baby! We hope this list has provided you with some inspiration and ideas. Choosing the right name is a big decision, but it’s also an exciting and rewarding experience. We wish you the best of luck and can’t wait to hear what wonderful name you chose!

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