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25 Names For Aquarius Babies

Many mothers tend to check their horoscope weekly; to know what the influence of the stars holds on their lives, and all the curiosities involved in being of a particular sign. For some, it may seem an unimportant detail, while for other mothers it is a guilty pleasure, but the truth is that the day and year in which we are born designates in us an astrological sign, both in the traditional realm and in the Chinese one. Some people believe that these signs can mark certain characteristics in our personality and in the way we see life.

Therefore, after their doctor tells them their due date, moms usually dig for some information about the sign that rule the month in which their baby is predicted to be born. Many parents believe a sign can predetermine some nuances of their baby's personality; that's why they decide to investigate the characteristics with which those signs are associated.

The end of January marks the beginning of Aquarius season; people ruled by this sign are usually very independent, strong, mysterious, clever, and with a noble heart. It's also believed that Aquarius people have an attractive and magnetic personality that makes the people around them want to go out with them. Children who are born between January 21 and February 20 are considered to be Aquarius. 

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25 Ainsley

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Ainsley is a name that can be used for both genders: girls and boys. Even though is more common to hear it as a girl's name in countries like the United States and Canada. This name has origins such as Scottish, and English, which means "one's own meadow."

Ainsley is one of those lovely names that are rare to hear nowadays among the children of our friends. It has charisma, it's charming and combines pretty well with English-speaking surnames and middle names. If parents-to-be are expecting a baby that's going to born between January and February and are looking for something that could represent all the good Aquarius' attributes, Ainsley may be the right option.

24 Arrow

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Arrow is another neutral name. This lovely given name can be used for girls and boys as well. According to Behind the Name, the given name Arrow came from the English word arrow, ultimately from the Proto-Indo-European *h₂érkʷo- "bow, arrow". Children who carry this name are associated with people of free spirit, due to that freedom and certainty that the arrows have when they fly over the air until they reach their destination.

Arrow is a very particular name that can add that touch of diversity to a full name, even if it's used as a middle name. Arrow is currently ranked in the position number 1.847 in the popularity charts for baby girls, while the the baby boys charts is ranked 1.313

23 Breeze

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Breeze is one of those English words that over the years became a given name. This name can be used as a feminine or masculine given name, and the English word refers to "a light, gentle wind."

Breeze is a quite refreshing name to hear nowadays. It's ideal for parents who enjoy thinking outside the box and are looking for a given name with charisma and that could match their surname without sound too crazy. Breeze is a name easy to write, spell, and learn so people can get it right away, while parents get that touch of originality for their kid to stand out from the rest.

22 Bluebell

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Bluebell is a baby girl name. This name has Eglish origins which means "American flower" and refers to the flowers of beautiful violet color, found in Atlantic areas from north-western Spain to the British Isles. In fact, the former Spice Girls, Geri Horner, decided to name her eldest daughter in 2006, Bluebell.

This name was quite popular during 2006 and the following years thanks to Horner, although after a while it descended in the lists of popularity for names of girls. Currently is ranked in the position number 13.229 in the charts. Bluebell is a beautiful name for a little princes, it's different, elegant, easy to learn and write, and it's easy to combine with different middle names and surnames.

21 Cedar

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Cedar is a name that can be used for both genders as well, girls and boys, but it's more common to hear as a masculine name. Cedar is a name of English origins that comes from the English word for the coniferous tree, derived (via Old French and Latin) from Greek κεδρος (kedros). It's right pronunciation in English is SEE-dər.

This given name could be the ideal option for parents who seek for something original but at the same time love short names. Cedar is charming, elegant, not too complicate to introduce and combines quite well with almost any surname or middle name. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 1.750 in the popularity charts.

20 Carly

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Carly is a baby girl name that has Teutonic, German, and American origins. This name is a variation of masculines names such as Carl or Charles, and among its meanings we can highlight "womanly" and " a man." It's right pronunciation in English is KAHR-lee.

Carly is a feminine name that could suit any little princess, is easy to learn, spell, write and introduce. Besides, it's easy to combine with different surnames and middle names. Carly was quite popular in the early 2000s due to the teen TV Show iCarly by Nickelodeon channel. In 2017 the name was ranked 455 in the popularity charts.

19 Dusk

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Dusk is an English word that began to be used as a given name over the years, Dusk come from the Old English dox which means "dark, swarthy". This name can be used for girls or boys as well, but it's more common to hear as a baby girl name, especially in countries like the United States and Canada.

Dusk is one of those name that it's beauty lies in its simplicity. This name is elegant, full of grace, and combine pretty well with almost any surname and middle name. Dusk may be the ideal option for parents who love shorts name but want something subtle and different.

18 Eloise

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Eloise is a baby girl name that has diverse origins such as French, German, American, and Teutonic. The name comes from the Old French name Héloïse, which is probably from the Germanic name Helewidis, composed of the elements heil "hale, healthy" and wid "wide". It is also associated with the Greek word helios which means "sun" or the masculine name Louise. This name was borne in the 12th century by Saint Eloise, the wife of the French theologian Peter Abelard. She became a nun after her husband was castrated by her uncle, but it wasn't until the 19th century that the name was revived in the English-speaking world in the form Eloise.

17 Echo

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Echo is a given name that can be used for girls and boys, but it's more common to hear among girls because is associated with Echo a nymph from the Greek mythology who fell in love with Narcissus, but her love was not returned, and she fled until nothing remained of her except her voice.

Echo is a lovely given name with an interesting background story to tell when introducing our daughter. Ideal for parents who love literature and short names, Echo is easy to learn, spell, write and combine with English-speaking middle names and surnames. Currently, the name is ranked 2.124 in the popularity chart.

16 Freedom

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Freedom another English word that became a given name over the years. Lately is very popular find inspiration in words from our language because they can easily be used for boys and girls. Freedom refers to liberty and free will, a quality that many parents love and want to associated with their kids.

According to Behind the Name, Freedom was registered as a given name in the 2000s. In fact, was given to 26 girls and 16 boys born in the United States in 2015. This name could be a lovely option for that little joy that's about to come to his parents lives, it's easy to combine with diverse surnames, it's easy to spell, write, and remember. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 5.374 in the popularity charts.

15 Gypsy

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Gypsy is a feminine name that comes from the English word that refers to for the nomadic people who originated in northern India. Girls who bear this name tend to be visionary and may inspire others. In fact, they may become dreamers, or misuse power.

Gypsy is a name that come along with certain magic that attracts the attention of people around who bear this name. Gypsy could be the ideal option for parents who enjoy thinking outside the box and are looking for something different but not too wild, and that isn't that common to hear among children today. Currently, the name is ranked 6.040 in the popularity charts.

14 Heaven

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Heaven is a baby girl name that comes from an English word. The meaning of this name refers to paradise or anything related to it, like happiness and freedom. It's right pronunciation in English is HEV-ən.

For parents who are expecting a little aquarius girl, Heaven may be the ideal option. This name is full of grace, easy to remember, write, spell and introduce, besides it combines quite well with diverse English-speaking surnames and middle names. Heaven is a name that transmits peace with each of its letters and it's there where parents can find its beauty. Finally, the name is currently ranked in the position number 196.

13 Harmony

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Harmony is a word that began to be used as a given name over the years. This word that later became a name has diverse origins such as Latin, English, and Greek. It's right pronunciation in English is HAHR-mə-nee.

This name is quite popular in countries like the United States, New Zealand, England, and France. Also, is ranked # 178 on the popularity charts. Harmony can be the ideal choice for parents who enjoy elegance, originality and who love names that begin with the letter H. This name is also easy to combine with diverse English-speaking surnames and middle names.

12 Iris

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Iris is a girls that has various origins and roots such as Greek Mythology, English, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, French, Spanish, and Greek. Among its meanings, we can highlight the following, bringer of joy, and rainbow. While its right pronunciation depends in the country where we are, IE-ris (English), EE-ris (German, Dutch), EE-rees (Finnish, Spanish), and EE- REES (French).

In Greek mythology, Iris was the goddess of the rainbow, a messenger for Zeus and Hera who surrounded the rainbow as a multicolored bridge from heaven to earth. symbol of power and majesty, the three petals segments representing faith, wisdom and value. Some celebrities such as Jude Law and Sadie Frost, Renee O'Connor and Judd Apatow, and Leslie Mann, chose this name for their daughters due to it's grace.

11 Infinity

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Infinity is another word that through the years began to be used as a given name. Which is why this name can suit boys and girls as well, and it's more common to hear among kids born in English-speaking countries. This name has English and Latin roots, and its associated with meanings such as "endlessness; and boundlessness".

Infinity is one of those names that come along with an strong personality, its elegant, and has a certain charisma. This given name is also easy to remember, write and spell, and combines quite well with diverse surnames and middle names. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 10.019 in the popularity charts.

10 Journey

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Journey is another name that can be used for boys or girls. This name comes from the English word, derived via Old French from Latin diurnus "of the day". While its right pronunciation in English is JUR-nee.

Motherhood is a beautiful journey where parents learn something new each day, and what a better way to honor all the positive about being parents than call the baby " Journey". This name is intriguing, elegant and combine pretty well with different surnames and middle names. Among its other qualities, we can highlight that it's easy to spell, write, pronounce, and remember it. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 1.754 in the popularity charts.

9 Krishna

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Krishna is a given name that can be used for boys and girls, but lately is more common to hear as a feminine name. Krishna has diverse origins such as Hinduism, Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Nepali, and Sanskrit. This name in Hindu tradition was the human incarnation of the god Vishnu, a heroic figure representing love and joy. The word Krishna means " dark" or "black", and thanks to the Top Chef star Padma Lakshmi who named her daughter, Krishna Thea, the name become more popular in the English-speaking world.

Krishna is a strong name ideal for parents who seek something different and love other cultures. The name is currently ranked in the position number 2.195 in the popularity charts.

8 Lake

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Lake is a given name that comes from the English word that refers to the inland body of water. It is ultimately derived from Latin lacus. And because it comes from a commonly used word to describe something, Lake can be used as a given name for girls and boys as well, even though in the English-speaking world the name is more common to hear it among boys.

When we think about the word Lake the first things that crosses our minds are beauty, peace, a freedom, characteristics that parents would love to associate with their child, that's why I believe that Lake could be the right choice for parents who want to be original without choosing something too complicated.

7 Meadown

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Many parents seek inspiration to find the perfect name for their child in nature, and Meadow is proof of that. This word describe a piece of low ground near a river, and comes from Old English mædwe, but in the past years people started to used it as a given name for baby girls. This name is more common to hear in English-speaking countries such as the United States and England and Wales. It's right pronunciation is MED-o.

Meadow is a very particular name that comes along with certain beauty that lies in its simplicity. Its a name full of grace that works well as a first name or middle name. Finally, its ranked in the position number 560 in the popularity charts.

6 Orion

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Orion is a baby boy name that has American and Greek Mythology origins. The meaning of the name is unknown, but according to Behind the name Orion may be related to Greek horion which means "boundary, limit." Orion, it's also the name of a constellation, which gets its name from a legendary Greek hunter who was killed by a scorpion sent by the earth goddess Gaia.

Orion may be the ideal option for parents who love read about Greek Mythology and constellation. Besides, the name has certain charm that catch the attention of people around them, which makes the name an ideal option for a baby boy. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 221 in the popularity charts.

5 Piper

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Piper is a girls name that has English and American roots. This name was initially a surname given to a person who played on a flute, but with the passing of the decades, it began to be used as a given name. Piper is one of those feminine names that have personality and are ideal for those parents who love short names and look for something that is easy to combine with different surnames and middle names.

Usually, people who bear this name has a kind heart and has a free spirit personality. Finally, the name became quite popular in the 90s thanks to the science fiction tv show 'Charmed" where one of the main characters beared this name.

4 Raven

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Raven is a name that can be used for girls and boys as well. This name comes from the name of the bird, ultimately from Old English hræfn. According to Behind the Name the raven is revered by several Native American groups of the west coast, and it is also associated with the Norse god Odin. It's right pronunciation in English is RAY-vən.

This name may be the ideal option if parents are looking for a neutral name, that's short, has an interesting meaning and its easy to remember. Raven became popular as a given name in the early 2000s thanks to the Disney Channel TV show, "That's So Raven," in the English-speaking countries. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 3.084 in the popularity charts.

3 Sonny

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Sonny is a masculine name that has American and English roots. This name comes from a nickname which is commonly used to denote a young boy, and derived from the English word son. This name is more common to hear in countries such as Australia, United States, Scotland, and France. Its right pronunciation in English is SUN-ee.

Sonny is a charming name that's easy to write, learn, spell, and remember. A famous bearer is Sonny Bono the american singer that rose to fame with his second wife Cher, thanks to their music as Sonny and Cher. Currently, the name Sonny is ranked in the position number 221 in the popularity charts.

2 Willow

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Willow is a feminine name that has two origins such as American, and English. This given name is related to the willow trees, so it is believed that the people who bear the name show qualities similar to those we see in the willows, as purity and grace. While regarding its pronunciation, the correct way to say this name is WIL-o (English). In fact, celebrities such as Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith, and Pink and her husband Carey Hart, chose this name for their daughters.

Willow is a name that we immediately associate with freedom, and for that reason could be a good fit for a little Aquarius girl. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 196 in the popularity charts.

1 Wren

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Wren is a name that can be used as masculine or feminine. This name comes from the English word for the small songbird. It is ultimately derived from Old English wrenna, so it's more common to hear in the English-speaking world such as England and Wales, and the United States.

Wren is a given name that offers an independent and strong vibe, while its charming and combines perfectly with diverse surnames and middle names. This name could be the ideal option for parents who seek something short, easy to learn, introduce as the name of their kid, and that's elegant. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 1.429 in the popularity charts.

References: behindthename.com, momjunction.com, ganeshaspeaks.com, babycenter.com

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