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30 Earthy Baby Names For Natural Moms

As future mothers, we all want to find the perfect name for our baby. A name that represents them, that inspires beautiful qualities that any mother expects to see in her child, and that has a special meaning. Something that many experts in language and names recommend is looking through all sources of inspiration they find necessary, and that they should ignore the negative comments surrounding a name if they have already chosen a particular one for their baby.

If they like it, stick to that feeling; it is very common that more people will accept the name after birth rather than before. The most important thing when it comes to choosing the right name for the baby is to do good research but also for parents to go with their gut feeling. Sometimes the most organic thoughts or experiences will spur a name that is true to the baby's spirit. 

 Choosing the right name is a unique journey for each couple, but many parents assure that when they find the name, something just clicks in their minds and hearts, and if parents-to-be are the kind of couples that love nature and everything it symbolizes, today they will find 30 earthy baby names that will steal their hearts and soul. 

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30 Amy

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Amy is a baby girl's name that has diverse origins such as English, French, and American. This name means "Little Women" or "Beloved," it's usually more common to hear in the English-speaking world, but it's quite popular in countries like the United States, Chile, Belgium, France, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand, among others.

According to Behind the Name, this given name has been used as an English name since the Middle Ages. For parents who love short names, and are seeking for something simple, classy, girly, and easy to remember, Amy, could be what they are looking for. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 384 in the popularity charts.

29 Alan

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Alan is a masculine name that comes from diverse roots such as English, Scottish, Breton, and French. According to language and name experts, the meaning of the name Alan is not known for certain.

Experts explain that it was used in Brittany in the 6th century, and it's believed that it means "little rock" or "handsome" in Breton. However, some experts think that maybe it derived from Iranian people who migrated into Europe in the 4th and 5th centuries, created the name Alan.

Alan is one of those baby boy names that never go out of style. Currently, is ranked in the position number 548 in the popularity charts.

28 Bayu

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Bayu is a masculine name that has Indonesian, and Javanese roots.

According to Behind the Name, Bayu means "wind," and "air" in Indonesian, originating from the language of Sanskrit वायु (vāyú). Even though it's more common to hear it as a masculine name sometimes it's used as a girls name. Its right pronunciation in English is BAH-YOO.

This is the kind of name that parents who enjoy thinking outside the box will love. It's different, unique and charming. Easy to write, spell, learn, and remember, and besides it combines quite well with diverse surnames and middle names around the globe. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 19.156 in the popularity charts.

27 Coro

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Coro is one of those names that suits both genders, so it can be used for girls and boys. Some experts believe that the name is a variation of Cora, the Native American name, which means "wind," but it's also a place name in the Latin country Venezuela.

Its charm and grace lie in its simplicity. This is the kind of name that parents who are bored of the typical John or Emma will love because it comes along with certain spark and mystery that makes people want to know more about the person who bears this name.

Currently, there is no register of the name in the popularity charts, but it could be a great option for parents who seek something different and easy to remember.

26 Corentine

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Corentine is a girls name that has Breton, and French roots. This name is the feminine form of the masculine given name Corentin, which means "hurricane" in Breton. And as a curious fact, the masculine version was the name of the 5th-century bishop of Quimper in Brittany. This name is more common to hear in Belgium and France.

If parents-to-be are looking for something different, Corentine could be what they are looking for. This name works perfectly as a first name or middle name and combines with diverse English-speaking surnames. It's also easy to write, spell, and learn. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 13.126 in the popularity charts.

25 Dalfon

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Dalfon is a masculine name that has Hebrew roots and means "raindrop." This name can also be found as Dalphon, and it's usually more common to hear in the English-speaking world.

The good thing about short names is that they tend to be easy to learn, write, spell and remember. Long and complex given names are often more "original," but they also bring some issues when it comes to introducing the name of the baby or signing legal documents.

Short names don't have those kinds of problems because they just stick in our minds easily. Currently, there is no record of the name Dalfon in the popularity charts, which means it is a name that is truly unique.

24 Erin

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Erin is a baby girl name that has diverse origins such as English, Irish, and Gaelic. This name means "peace," and according to experts is an Anglicized form of the name Eireann. It has been used as a given name since the middle of the 20th century. Its correct pronunciation in English is ER-in.

Why do we love this name? Because it's short, elegant and contains a certain charisma in each of its letters. Erin combines perfectly with diverse surnames and middle names from different roots. It's also easy to learn, write and spell. Currently, it is ranked at number 226 on the popularity charts.

Could you see your baby girl with this cute moniker?

23 Ermir

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Ermir is a masculine name that has Albanian, and Latin roots. The given name comes from Albanian, meaning "wind," "scent," and "good."

Ermir is more common to hear in Albania, which is why it could be a great option for parents who seek something different and uncommon among the children in their countries. Ermir is a strong name that comes along with a certain personality that we love.

It's easy to write, spell, pronounce and combines quite well with diverse English-speaking middle names and surnames. Currently, there is no kind of record of the name in the popularity charts.

22 Guthrie

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Guthrie is a masculine name that has Gaelic, Scottish, and English roots. And even though it's more common to hear it as a masculine name, sometimes we can find it as a girl's name. This given name was originally a surname that referred to a place, but through the years the name started to be used as a first name. Guthrie means "free wind."

Guthrie is definitely a strong name and is evocative of an independent personality- that's why people who bear this name tend to be strong-willed and untamed. They are people with free spirits who enjoy doing things their own way. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 12.166 in the popularity charts.

21 Gale

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Gale is a given name that can be used for both genders as well, but it's more common to hear it as a masculine name. Gale has English, Irish, Welsh, and Germanic roots.

According to Doctor Name, this given name derives from a common English surname, from the Middle English “Galen,” from the Old English “galan,” which means “to sing, enchant, call, cry, scream; sing charms, practice incantation". It is also from the Proto-Germanic “galaną,” meaning “to roop, sing, charm.” The modern meaning is someone who is jovial.

Gale is a beautiful name for a baby boy, as it's a short and charming given name that can excellently combine with any surname from the English-speaking world. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 13,151 in the popularity charts.

20 Haneul

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Haneul is another given name that can be used for both genders as well. This name has Korean roots and means "heaven" and  "sky" in that country.

For parents who enjoy thinking outside the box, Haneul could be the right option especially if they are looking something rare to hear in the English-speaking world. Haneul is a charming name for a baby boy and it's not too complicated to learn, write, spell, and pronounce.

Usually, people who bear this name tend to be smiling people and positive. They are also very respectful. Currently, there is no any record of the name on the popularity charts.

19 Ian

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Ian is a masculine name that has Scottish, Hebrew, and English roots. This name means "gift from God" and "gracious boy," and experts believe is the Scottish form of the English name John. Its correct pronunciation in English is EE-ən.

Ian is a lovely name for a boy and works perfectly as a first name or middle name. It's easy to combine with other names as well as diverse surnames around the globe. Among its other qualities, we can highlight that it's easy to write, spell, pronounce, and remember. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 102 on the popularity charts.

18 Indra

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Indra is a masculine name that has diverse origins, including in Hinduism, Hindi, and Nepali. This name is more common to hear it in countries such as India and Nepal as a masculine given name, but sometimes we can find it as a girl's name too.

Indra means "supreme god."  It also means "possessing drops of rain" from Sanskrit, as "indu" refers to "a drop," and "ra" means "acquiring"  or "possessing." Indra is the name of the ancient Hindu warrior god of the sky and rain. He is the chief god in the Hindu text the Rigveda.

Indra is a wonderful name that's rare to hear among boys in the English-speaking countries. Currently, is ranked in the position number 9.268 in the popularity charts.

17 Kalani

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Kalani is a given name that can be used for boys or girls, as well, but it's more common to find it as a feminine name.

This given name has Hawaiian and English roots. Kalani means "the heavens," where "ka" means "the" in Hawaiian and "lani" refers to "heaven," "sky," "royal," and "majesty." Its correct pronunciation in English is ka-LA-nee.

Kalani is a beautiful name for a child. If parents are worried about finding something elegant and original, Kalani could be what they're looking for. This name combines quite well with diverse English-speaking middle names and surnames. It's easy to write, spell, and remember. Finally, it is ranked in the position number 325 in the popularity charts.

16 Keyne

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Keyne is a masculine name of Cornish origin which means "man of the eastern sky" and "fighter; sharp, keen wit or eye." Keyne is an alternate form of the masculine name Keane that has roots in Irish, Gaelic, and Old English. Its correct pronunciation in English is KAY-ne.

Today is rare to hear this name among the children of our friends and that's why it could be a good option for parents who are seeking something not that common in their countries. Keyne is a name with a strong personality that catches the attention of everyone around them. Currently, there is not any record of the name in the popularity charts.

15 Lena

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Lena is a feminine name that has diverse origins, including in Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, German, Polish, Russian, English, Italian, Portuguese, and Greek.

Lena is the short form of names like Helena, Magdalena or Yelena, and it's often used as a nickname for names that end in Lena. This given name means "light," "the bright one,"  and "alluring."

Lena is a lovely name for a baby girl. It's elegant, classy, unique yet not too wild or complex to write, spell, learn, and remember. It also combines pretty well with diverse surnames and middle names around the globe. Currently, is ranked in the position number 226 in the popularity charts.

14 Liam

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Liam is a baby boy name of American, and Irish origin. This name is actually a short form of the name William and means "resolute defender, and helmeted." A famous bearer is, Liam Hemsworth, best known for his role in the saga The Hunger Games, and for being the husband of former Disney star and singer, Miley Cyrus.

For parents who love short names, Liam may be the ideal choice. It is elegant, easy to write, pronounce, and easy to combine with various middle names and surnames.  Finally, according to Baby Center, the name Liam is currently ranked in the position of number one on the popularity charts.

13 Maya

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Maya is a feminine name that has diverse roots such as Latin, American, Spanish.

Experts in language and names believe that Maya is a variation of the name Maia. This name can also be given in reference to the Mayan culture, an ancient Native American society that built a great civilization in southern Mexico and Latin America. According to She Knows, this name in Latin means "daughter of Atlas."

Short names tend to be easy to remember, write and spell, which is why many parents often seek short given names for their kids. Maya is currently ranked in the position number 62 on the popularity charts.

12 Milo

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Milo is a masculine name that has roots such as English, Ancient Germanic, Greek, and American. This masculine name comes from the Old Germanic form of Miles.

And according to experts, this form of the name was used in official documents during the Middle Ages, and it has been quite popular for baby boys since the 19th century. The name means "merciful" and its right pronunciation in English is MIE-lo.

Milo is a charming baby boy name that could be combined with almost any surname and middle name from around the globe. This name is currently ranked in the position number 147 in the popularity charts.

11 Nina

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Nina is a feminine name that has diverse origins, such as in Russian, Italian, English, German, French, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Dutch, Polish, Slovene, Czech, Slovak, Croatian, and Serbian.

This name is a variation or short form of names that end in Nina, such as Antonia or Giannina. The name comes from Western Europe, and it travelled from Russia to Italy in the 19th century. Among its meanings, some of the most beautiful include "favour,"  "grace," and "strong."

Nina is a lovely name that works perfectly as a middle name or nickname. It's catchy, easy to remember, write, spell, and introduce the name. Currently, Nina is ranked in the position number 275 on the popularity charts.

10 Neil

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Neil is a masculine name that has diverse origins in Irish, Scottish, and English. This name comes from the Gaelic name Niall, and experts believe that it possibly means "champion" or "cloud".

According to Behind the Name, in the early Middle Ages, the name was adopted by Viking raiders and settlers in Ireland in the form Njal. In fact, the Vikings took the name to England and Scotland. Its correct pronunciation in English is NEEL, and a famous bearer was the American astronaut Neil Armstrong (1930-2012).

Neil is a lovely name for a baby boy and it's more common to hear in countries like Canada, the United States, England and Wales, and France. Currently, the name is ranked in the position of number 736 on the popularity charts.

9 Omar

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Omar is a masculine name that has Arabic, English, and Spanish roots. This name is a variation of the name Umar. This is the usual English spelling of the 12th-century poet Umar Khayyam's name.

The name Omar is more common in Latin countries, but sometimes we can find it in the English-speaking world, as well. In Arabic the name means "long-lived," and "flourishing."

The name Omar is strong and due to its Spanish roots, the name draws people's attention right away. Among its other qualities, we can highlight that it's easy to write, spell, and pronounce. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 197 on the popularity charts.

8 Rina

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Rina is a feminine name that has Italian, Dutch, Greek, and Hebrew. This name is the short form of Caterina or Catherina, as well as other names ending in Rina. This feminine name also means "peaceful,"  and "joyous song."

Rina is a name that's rare to hear among girls in the classrooms, which means that it is not that common in the English-speaking world. Among its qualities, we can highlight that it's easy to write, spell, pronounce, learn, and as a short name is easy to remember. It also works perfectly as a middle name.

Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 2,662 on the popularity charts.

7 Ryan

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Ryan is a masculine name that has diverse roots such as Irish, English, and Gaelic. This name comes from an Irish surname, which was derived from the word "Ó Riain" meaning "descendant of Rían."

However, over the years the name started to be used as a given name. Some experts believe that the name Ryan also means "little king" (from the Irish word "rí" which means "king" and combined with a diminutive suffix). Its correct pronunciation in English is RIE-ən, and two famous bearers of the name are the Hollywood actors Ryan Gosling and Ryan Reynolds.

Ryan is a charming name that we immediately associated with all the good qualities we love in the Hollywood actors with this name. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 58 on the popularity charts.

6 Thor

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Thor is a masculine name that has diverse roots, including in Norse Mythology, Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian. This name comes from the Old Norse  word "Þórr" meaning "thunder."

Thor was the Norse god of strength, thunder, war and storms, and the son of Odin. He was armed with a hammer called Mjolnir, and wore an enchanted belt that doubled his strength. But the name has gained popularity again due to the success of the Marvel character Thor from the comics, who is also portrayed in the movies by Chris Hemsworth.

Today this name is also used as a feminine name. Some parents love to used it as a middle name for girls. Currently, Thor is ranked in the position number 1,166 on the popularity charts.

5 Talia

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Talia is a feminine name that has Greek, American, Spanish, Hebrew, Australian and English roots. The name is a variation form of the given name Talya, which means "dew of heaven," and "joyous muse of comedy."

According to language and name experts, the name also comes from the name of a town in South Australia, which means "near water" in an Australian Aboriginal language.

Talia is a name that it's more common to hear in Latin countries, but we can find it in countries like the United States, Australia, France, Israel, and England and Wales. Currently, the name is ranked in the position 325 in the popularity charts.

4 Wendy

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Wendy is a girls name of English origin, and among its meanings, we can highlight "family" and "wanderer."  Wendy is a classic name and  uncommon nowadays, but many parents choose this name because it is short, full of grace, and it's easy to combine with other names and surnames.  Its right pronunciation in English is WEN-dee.

When we hear the name Wendy, the first thing that crosses our minds is Peter Pan, so if  parents-to-be loved the Disney movie from 1953, Wendy could be the perfect option for their little princess. Currently, the given name is ranked in the position number 1,414 on the popularity charts.

3 Yael

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Yael is a masculine name that has Hebrew, Israeli and Biblical roots. This name is a Hebrew form of Jael which means "God's strength." Yael is usually more common to hear in countries such as France, the United States, and Israel.

Yael is a beautiful name for a baby boy, and could be the perfect name for parents who have religious values that are aligned with the meaning of the name in the Bible. Today this name is rare to hear among boys, especially in the English-speaking world.

So if parents are looking for something original but meaningful, Yael could suit their expectations. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 1,879 on the popularity charts.

2 Zephyrine

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Zephyrine is a feminine name, but sometimes it can be used as a masculine name. This given name has Greek, Roman, and English roots.According to Name Doctor, in Greek mythology, Zephyrus was the personification of the west wind and the bringer of light spring and early summer breezes. His Roman equivalent was Favonius. In the myth of Cupid and Psyche, Zephyrus was the attendant of Cupid, who brought Psyche to his master's palace. It was thought that Zephyrus lived in a cave in Thrace.

Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 21,006 on the popularity charts.

1 Zeus

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Zeus is a masculine name that has Greek roots. This name refers to the main Greek god, related to the old Indo-European god Dyeus, from a root meaning "shine" or "sky."

In Greek mythology, he was the highest of the gods. After he and his siblings defeated the Titans, Zeus ruled over the earth and from atop Mount Olympus. He had control over the weather and his weapon was a thunderbolt.

Many parents who love Greek mythology often find the name Zeus attractive as a given name for a baby boy because all the positive qualities that this mythological god represents. Currently, the name is ranked in the position number 1.210 in the popularity charts.

References: today.com,  namedoctor.combabycenter.comsheknows.com

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