Baby Names A-Z
With so many baby names out there, I know how overwhelming it can be trying to choose the perfect baby name, or baby name combinations, for your baby.
You know, a baby name that just rolls off your tongue like it was always meant to be.
However, I find searching baby names A-Z can be the perfect place to start!
Having a list of first names A to Z means you can easily find names that all start with the same letter.
This is ideal if you want to theme your baby names all with the same letter like Lily, Liam, and Luke.
Or create an adorable monogram. I particularly like ‘Lily Olivia Valerie’ which I think would be perfect if your surname started with E (LOVE).
Or simple just browse the baby names AZ lists for inspiration till you find a name you love.
Having an alphabetical name guide makes it easy to find the right option without spending hours sifting through endless baby name lists.
From Aaron and Abigail to Zoey and Zane, there’s a name out there that will perfectly fit your child. So, get ready to dive into this ultimate a to z names list and discover the perfect name for your precious little one!
Best Baby Names A-Z List
When it comes to finding the perfect name for your newborn baby, there’s no shortage of options. From A-Z, we’ll explore some of the most popular baby names for both boys and girls.
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Top US Names A To Z
Wondering what the top US names for each letter of the alphabet A to Z are? Then I’ve got you covered!
I’ve compared the latest date from the Social Security Administration and found the most popular names in the USA for each letter of the alphabet.
Whilst you might expect there are a few initials that dominated the charts like girl names that start with A and boy names that start with J.
In fact, A girl names resulted in 17% of the top 100 girl names, with the next closest being girl names that start with E at 14%! Third place went to S girl names at 10%.
J boy names resulted in 16% of the total top 100 boy names, whilst it was a 3 way tie for 2nd place, between A boy names, C boy names, and L boy names each resulting in 10% of the top 100 boy names. That means 46%, almost half of the top 100 names for boys, was taken up by just 4 letters!
I had to search a bit harder for unique boy names and unique girl names that started with letters that didn’t even appear in the top 100 baby names such as F and U.
Here are my results for the most popular baby names in the US for each letter of the alphabet including their meaning and popularity!
Most Popular US Names A-Z
Amelia is one of my favorite elegant girl names! It is of Latin and Germanic origin and means ‘work’ or ‘industrious’. It is also a very popular baby name amongst parents, ranking 4th in the US baby name charts!
One of the most famous bearers of the name was Amelia Earhart, the American aviation pioneer and author who was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Her adventurous spirit and determination made her an inspiration to many, and helped popularize the name even further.
Coming in at lucky number 13, the name Alexander is of Greek origin and means ‘defender’ or ‘protector of men’.
The name Alexander was popularized by Alexander the Great, a famous ancient Greek king who conquered much of the known world in the 4th century BC. Alexander the Great is known for his military prowess, his leadership abilities, and his cultural achievements. His legacy has ensured that the name Alexander has remained popular throughout history and across different cultures. If you’re looking for strong boy names, then I think the name Alexander could be the perfect choice!
The name Brooklyn is of American origin and is derived from the name of the borough of Brooklyn in New York City.
Whilst the name Brooklyn is a popular and non binary name that is associated with urban culture, creativity, and individuality, it is more commonly used as a cute city name for girls and currently sits in position 63 on the most popular girls names list!
The name has also been popularized by celebrities, such as Brooklyn Beckham, the son of Victoria and David Beckham, and Brooklyn Decker, the American model and actress.
The name Benjamin is of Hebrew origin and is derived from the name Binyamin, which means ‘son of the right hand’ or ‘favored son’. If you’re looking for popular Biblical boy names, then Benjamin is top of the list! The name is mentioned in the Bible as the name of the youngest son of Jacob and the founder of one of the twelve tribes of Israel.
The name Benjamin has been used as a given name since ancient times and has been popularized by a number of notable figures throughout history. In the United States, the name has been consistently popular since the 19th century and is currently ranked as number 7 for popular boy names! I feel like Benjamin is the perfect mix of a vintage boy name that is also a modern boy name!
Notably one of the most famous people in US history was named Benjamin. Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the United States and a noted inventor, statesman, and writer.
Looking at royal girl names for inspiration? Then I think the name Charlotte could be the perfect choice! The name Charlotte is of French origin and is derived from the name Charlot, which was a diminutive of the name Charles. Charles comes from the Germanic name Karl, which means ‘man’ or ‘free man’.
Charlotte has been a popular given name for girls since the 18th century, particularly in England and the United States. The name gained renewed popularity in recent years following the birth of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, the daughter of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. It currently ranks number 3 on the top US baby names list!
The name Carter is of English origin and is derived from the occupational name ‘cartwright’, which referred to a person who made carts or wagons. I think the name Carter gives of very rustic vibes making it perfect for country boy names or outdoorsy boy names!
The name has been used as a given name since the 19th century and became more popular in the United States in the 20th century. It is currently ranked number 39!
The name Carter has been used by many notable figures throughout history. One famous example is Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States, who served from 1977 to 1981. Another famous Carter is Jay-Z, the American rapper and entrepreneur whose birth name is Shawn Corey Carter.
The names Deliah is of Hebrew origin and means ‘delicate’ or ‘weakened’. This Biblical girl name is best known from the Biblical story of Samson and Delilah, where Delilah is the woman who seduces and betrays Samson.
The name Delilah has been used as a given name for girls since the 17th century and has become more popular in recent years, currently ranked at number 58th. The name is associated with beauty, charm, and femininity.
The name Daniel is of Hebrew origin and means ‘God is my judge’. The name is mentioned in the Bible as the name of a prophet and one of the major figures in the Book of Daniel.
The name Daniel has been used as a given name for boys since ancient times and has been popularized by a number of notable figures throughout history. In the United States, the name has been consistently popular since the 19th century and currently ranks in the top 20 names for boys at number 16.
I think the name Daniel is a classic old fashioned boy name with a rich history and is associated with strength, wisdom, and leadership.
Right near the top, at number 2, Emma is of German origin and means ‘universal strength’ or ‘whole truth’.
The name was introduced to England by the Normans in the 11th century and was popularized in the 19th century by the novel ‘Emma’ by Jane Austen. It has been consistently popular in the United States since the 19th century and has ranked among the top 10 names for girls in recent years.
If you’re looking for short girl names, then I think Emma is a great choice! You can even shorten it further to ‘Em’ as a cute nicknames for girls! Or you can even go for a variation of Emma with the name Emmy or Emily.
The name Elijah is of Hebrew origin and means ‘my God is Yahweh’ or ‘Yahweh is God’. The name is mentioned in the Bible as the name of a prophet and miracle worker.
Currently, ranked at number 4, this popular three syllable boy name has been consistently popular since the 19th century!
I think the name Elijah is so popular as it represents a strong but cute boy name with a rich history and cultural significance.
To find a F girls name I had to search out of the top 100 popular names till I found Freya at spot 152!
This girls name is of Scandinavian origin and is derived from the Old Norse name ‘Freyja’, which means ‘lady’ or ‘mistress’. Freya was the name of the Norse goddess of love, fertility, and war.
I think the name Freya is a beautiful and powerful 5 letter girl name. It is associated with qualities such as beauty, fertility, and strength, which I feel makes it a great option for parents looking for a unique, yet meaningful name for their daughter.
The name Finn is of Irish and Scottish origin and is derived from the Old Irish name ‘Fionn’, which means ‘fair’ or ‘white’. The name is associated with the legendary figure Fionn MacCumhaill, the Irish warrior and leader of the Fianna. Fionn was known for his incredible strength, wisdom, and bravery, as well as his legendary ability to hunt and track animals.
Whilst the name Finn is not as popular as other names on this list, currently ranked 184, I think it is a great short boy name associated with qualities such as fairness, purity, and strength.
It also has ties to fantasy boy names, with the Canadian actor, Finn Wolfhard, known for his roles in the TV series ‘Stranger Things’ and the film ‘It’, as well as Finn Jones, the British actor known for his role as Loras Tyrell in the TV series ‘Game of Thrones’.
The name Gianna is a 6 letter girl name of Italian origin and is a variant of the name Giovanna, which is the Italian equivalent of the name Joanna. The name is derived from the Hebrew name Yochanan, which means ‘God is gracious’.
Gianna became a popular name in Italy in the 20th century and has since spread to other countries and currently sits at 13 in the USA.
The name gained worldwide attention in 2004, when the Italian saint Gianna Beretta Molla was canonized by the Catholic Church. Gianna Beretta Molla was a pediatrician who chose to carry a pregnancy to term even though it put her own life at risk, and she has become a symbol of the pro-life movement.
If using last names as first names appeals to you, then I think the name Grayson is a great choice!
Grayson is of English origin and is a surname that has been used as a given name since the early 20th century. The name is derived from the Old English words ‘græg’, meaning ‘grey’, and ‘tun’, meaning ‘settlement’, or ‘town’. Therefore, Grayson originally referred to someone who lived in a town or settlement that was distinguished by the color grey.
The name Grayson began to be used as a first name in the United States in the early 20th century, likely as a way of honoring a family surname. It gained popularity in the 1980s and 1990s and has since become a common name for boys in the United States, currently at number 35 in popularity!
The name Harper is of English origin and was originally an occupational surname given to people who played the harp or made harps. The word ‘harper’ comes from the Old English word ‘hearpere’, which means ‘one who plays the harp’.
Whilst the name Harper started being used as a first name in the United States in the late 19th century, but it did not become popular until the early 21st century. The name gained widespread popularity after the birth of Harper Seven Beckham, the daughter of soccer star David Beckham and fashion designer Victoria Beckham. And now rounds out the 10th position on the US Top 10 popular girl names list!
The name Harper is also a popular southern girl name due to its ties to the Civil War battle named after the town of Harper’s Ferry, as well as its association with the author Harper Lee, who was from Alabama and wrote the classic Southern novel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’.
The name Henry is one of my favorite boy names! And it appears I am not alone as it sits number 9 on the US baby name charts for boy names!
This old money name is of Germanic origin and is derived from the Old German name Heinrich, which means ‘ruler of the household’ or ‘estate ruler’.
The name Henry has been borne by several notable historical figures, including eight kings of England, as well as several Holy Roman Emperors, French kings, and other European monarchs. Henry VIII, who famously broke with the Roman Catholic Church and established the Church of England, is perhaps the most famous king to bear the name.
In addition to its royal associations, this royal boy name is often associated with qualities such as strength, leadership, and wisdom.
The name Isabella is of Spanish and Italian origin and is derived from the name Isabel, which in turn is a variant of the name Elizabeth. The name Elizabeth has Hebrew roots and means ‘my God is an oath’ or ‘my God is abundance’.
The name Isabella gained popularity in the late Middle Ages and Renaissance, particularly in Spain and Italy. It was borne by several notable historical figures, including Isabella of Castile, who sponsored Christopher Columbus’s voyage to the New World, and Isabella d’Este, an important patron of the arts during the Italian Renaissance.
It is often associated with qualities such as grace, beauty, and intelligence.
In modern times, the name Isabella holds position 7 on the US girl name list, making this a very popular posh girl name!
The name Isaac is of Hebrew origin and means ‘he will laugh’ or ‘laughter’.
In the Bible, Isaac was the son of Abraham and Sarah and was considered the father of the Jewish people. According to the Bible, he was born to his parents in their old age, and his name was chosen because of the laughter and joy that he brought to their lives.
I can see why this two syllable boy name is such a popular name, ranking number 40, due to it’s joyful meaning! Afterall, what baby doesn’t bring joy to their parent’s lives!
The name Josephine is of French origin and is the feminine form of the name Joseph. The name Joseph is derived from the Hebrew name Yosef, which means ‘he will add’ or ‘God will increase’.
The name Josephine became popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, particularly in France, where it was often used among the nobility and royal families. It was popularized by Empress Joséphine, the first wife of Napoleon Bonaparte, who was known for her beauty and elegance.
Currently this long girl name still graces the top 100 names, ranked at number 72!
This one syllable boy name is of Hebrew origin and is derived from the name Yaakov or Jacob, which means ‘supplanter’ or ‘holder of the heel’.
In the Bible, James was the name of two apostles, James the Greater and James the Lesser, and was a popular name in early Christianity. It was also a popular name among royalty and nobility throughout history, including several Scottish kings and several kings of England, such as James I and James II.
And it looks like James has retained it’s popularity ranking at number 5!
If you’re wanting a cute unisex name then I think the name Kinsley could be a great option! The name Kinsley is of English origin and is derived from the Old English words ‘cyning’ and ‘leah’, which together mean ‘king’s field’ or ‘royal meadow’.
Originally, Kinsley was a surname, and it was used to denote someone who lived on a meadow or field that was owned by a king or royalty. Over time, Kinsley became a first name and is now often used as a feminine given name, currently ranked 57th on the girl names list, although it can also be used for boys.
I would choose this name if I was looking for an edgy girl name that is both unique and modern.
The name Kai is of Hawaiian origin and means ‘sea’ or ‘ocean’, and it is often used in reference to the natural beauty and power of the sea making it a great choice for an earthy boy name!
Whilst this name makes the top 100 US names, listed at 71, I still feel like it has a unique feel to it! I love it as a boy name for someone who is nature loving, adventurous, strong, and independent.
The name Luna is of Latin origin and means ‘moon’. In Greek mythology, Luna, the Goddess of the Moon, was a beautiful symbol of femininity and motherhood. She was said to represent the power of life and death, and could bring about changes in nature by controlling tides and winds.
Luna has been used as a name for centuries, but it wasn’t until recently that it began to gain popularity. Today, this space name‘s popularity is at an all-time high, currently ranked at number 11 for girls! But, it’s not only a popular choice for girls, but it can also used as a boys name as well!
Topping the list of US boy names, is the 4 letter boy name Liam!
The name Liam is of Irish origin and is a short form of the Irish name Uilliam, which is the Irish equivalent of William.
The name William has Germanic origins and is derived from the elements ‘wil’ meaning ‘will, desire’ and ‘helm’ meaning ‘helmet, protection’. Liam is a shortened form of Uilliam
When it comes to short and sweet names, I don’t think you can go past the 3 letter girl name Mia! And ranking at number 8, I think a lot of parents agree!
In Italian, Mia means ‘mine’ or ‘my’, and is often used as a term of endearment.
Mateo is the Spanish form of the name Matthew, meaning ‘gift of Yahweh’ or ‘gift of God’. The name is best known from Saint Matthew, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ, and the author of the first Gospel in the New Testament.
This edgy boy name currently sits at number 15 on the USA baby name charts!
I love how this old fashioned girl name has become a modern girl name!
Currently ranked 27, this 4 letter girl name, Nora is a shortened form of the name Honora, which is derived from the Latin name Honorius, meaning ‘honorable’ or ‘dignified’. The name Honora was often used in Ireland as a way of giving honor to a female family member or friend.
So, it’s not hard to see why parents still love it too, especially when it represents what an honor it is to have your baby girl in your life!
The name Noah is of Hebrew origin and means ‘rest’ or ‘comfort’.
In the Bible, Noah is best known as the builder of the ark that saved his family and a pair of every kind of animal from the Great Flood, according to the Book of Genesis.
It is a short and simple name that has been used for centuries, and it remains extremely popular ranking number 2!
I think the name Noah also makes a great middle name for boys, especially given how short it is! Seriously, how cute are names like Kai Noah, Henry Noah, Liam Noah, or even Carter Noah!
Topping the list of girl names is the name Olivia! This soft girl name is of Latin origin. It is derived from the Latin word ‘oliva’, which means ‘olive tree’.
Part of why I think it is such a popular name is that the olive tree was highly regarded in ancient Rome as a symbol of peace, fertility, and immortality.
Another reason is the popularity of the character Olivia in William Shakespeare’s play ‘Twelfth Night’, which was first performed in the early 17th century. The character Olivia was a strong and independent woman, and her portrayal may have contributed to the name’s appeal for parents looking for a name that evokes strength and femininity.
I think the name Olivia has a classic, timeless feel, but it also has a modern and trendy sound which makes it appealing to many parents.
Similar to the name Olivia, Oliver is of Latin origin and means ‘olive tree’. The olive tree was highly valued in ancient Rome as a symbol of peace, fertility, and immortality, and the name Oliver was likely given to children born during the Roman Empire as a way to honor these values.
This plant name for boys gained even more popularity in the 19th century after the publication of Charles Dickens’ novel ‘Oliver Twist’, which tells the story of an orphan boy named Oliver who struggles to survive in the harsh conditions of 19th century London.
Today, the name Oliver remains extremely popular, ranking 3rd on the USA charts!
The 8 letter girl name Penelope is of Greek origin and means ‘weaver’.
In Greek mythology, Penelope was the wife of the hero Odysseus. When Odysseus went away to fight in the Trojan War, Penelope remained faithful and waited for his return for 20 years, weaving a burial shroud for her father-in-law during the day and unraveling it at night to avoid remarrying. When Odysseus finally returned, he revealed his true identity and reunited with his faithful wife.
Even though this name has been used since ancient times, it still remains popular ranking at number 23!
Whilst not as popular as other names on this list, the name Parker still makes the Top 100 at spot 93!
This cute 6 letter boy name, is of English origin and originally referred to a person who worked as a gamekeeper in a park or game preserve. Over time, the name Parker also came to refer to people who lived near or worked in parks, as well as people who made their living as parkers or keepers of livestock.
I think given the meaning, it is also often used as a southern boy name!
The name Quinn is unusual in the fact that it tops both the girl Q names and boy Q names lists, 80 and 405 respectively!
The name Quinn is of Irish origin and originally referred to someone who was the descendant of Conn, a Gaelic name meaning ‘leader’ or ‘wise’. The name was originally a surname, but it has been used as a given name since the mid-20th century.
I think the name Quinn has a modern appeal and given the name is also commonly used in pop culture, including in TV shows and movies, it has contributed to its rising popularity.
Riley is another common unisex name, though is more commonly used as a girl name. It currently ranks number 37.
The name Riley is of Irish origin and is derived from the Irish surname Ó Raghallaigh, which means ‘descendant of Raghallach’. The name Raghallach comes from the Irish words ‘ragh’, meaning ‘urge’, and ‘allach’, meaning ‘mighty’.
Famous people with the name Riley include American actress Riley Keough, who is the daughter of Lisa Marie Presley and the granddaughter of Elvis Presley, and American basketball player Riley Curry, who is the daughter of NBA star Stephen Curry.
The name Ryan is of Irish origin and is derived from the Irish surname O’Ryan, which means ‘descendant of Rian’. The name Rian comes from the Gaelic word ‘rí’, which means ‘king’ or ‘little king’.
Ryan has been used as a given name in English-speaking countries since the 20th century, and it gained popularity in the United States in the 1970s and 1980s. It has remained a popular name for boys ever since. It is currently ranked number 66!
Famous people with the name Ryan include actors Ryan Gosling and Ryan Reynolds, and journalist Ryan Seacrest.
Given how short the name Ryan is, I think it also makes for a great option if your are looking for double barrel boy names like Ryan-James or David-Ryan.
The name Sophia is of Greek origin and means ‘wisdom’. The name was popularized in the Byzantine Empire and was borne by several saints and empresses. In the Middle Ages, the name was introduced to Western Europe through the Church, and it became particularly popular among royalty and nobility.
Sophia became a popular name in English-speaking countries in the late 19th century, and it has remained a popular name for girls ever since. In recent years, the name has been particularly popular in the United States, where it has been among the top 10 most popular girls’ names since 2010. It is currently still ranked number 6!
Famous people with the name Sophia include actresses Sophia Loren and Sophia Bush, and Queen Sophia of Spain.
I think the name Sophia also makes for a wonderful middle name for girls like Ava Sophia and Elizabeth Sophia.
As the longest name on this list, this long boy name is another one of my favorites.
The name Sebastian is of Latin origin, derived from the name Sebastianus, which means ‘from Sebaste’, a town in Asia Minor. The name is composed of the Greek elements ‘sebastos’, meaning ‘venerable’ or ‘revered’, and ‘astére’, meaning ‘star’.
It is currently ranked number 19!
The name Taylor is an English occupational surname that originated in the Middle Ages. It is derived from the Old French word ‘tailleur’, which means ‘tailor’ in English. The surname was used to refer to a person who worked as a tailor, someone who cut and sewed clothing.
As a given name, Taylor has been used since the 19th century, and it was initially used more frequently for boys. However, in recent decades it has become more popular as a name for girls and is currently the most popular T girl name! It ranks 192 for girl names.
I think it has gained popularity as a girl’s name thanks to the singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It also makes for great double barrel girl names like Taylor-Jo or Taylor-Mae.
When it comes to fancy boy names, Theodore is definitely one that tops my list!
The name Theodore is derived from the Greek name ‘Theodoros’, which means ‘gift of God’.
The name Theodore has been in use since ancient times and continues to gain popularity, currently ranking number 10!
I think a big reason for its popularity is that there has been a trend towards more traditional and classic names, and Theodore is a name that has been around for centuries. Additionally, many parents may be drawn to the nickname ‘Theo’, which has a modern and hipster boy name feel.
As you’d probably guess a girl’s name starting with U is going to be some what unique, and you can’t get any more unique than the actual name Unique!
Ranking a 1693, I had to dig deep to find this sassy girl name.
It is generally considered a modern English word that means ‘one of a kind’ or ‘distinctive’. As a name, Unique is often used as a way for parents to express the idea that their child is special or unique in some way.
The name Uriel is of Hebrew origin and means ‘God is my light’ or ‘light of God’. In Hebrew tradition, Uriel is an archangel who is often associated with wisdom and the illumination of knowledge. The name appears in various religious texts and is considered to be a symbol of divine inspiration and enlightenment.
Whilst it is a unique name and has remained relatively rare, the name Uriel just makes it into the top 500 US names at spot 497.
Violet is one of my favorite flower names for girls! The name Violet is derived from the Latin word ‘viola’, which is the name of a genus of plants in the violet family.
The name Violet has been associated with the flower’s blue-purple color, which symbolizes loyalty, devotion, and faithfulness. The name became popular in the 1920s and 1930s and remains a popular baby girl names to this day, ranking number 35.
This preppy boy name, is of Latin origin, derived from the Roman name Vincentius, which is derived from the Latin word ‘vincere’, meaning ‘to conquer’. It currently ranks as number 117.
The name Willow is of English origin and is derived from the name of the Willow tree with its narrow, slender leaves and slender branches. I really love this for a earthy girl name!
The name Willow has become increasingly popular as a baby girl name in recent years, particularly in the United States. It first appeared on the Social Security Administration’s list of the top 1,000 baby names for girls in 1998 and has since risen steadily in popularity. It is now ranking number 39 on the top 100 names for girls in the United States.
The name William has Germanic origins and is derived from the elements ‘wil’ meaning ‘will, desire’ and ‘helm’ meaning ‘helmet, protection’.
It has a long and storied history and has been borne by many famous figures, including William the Conqueror, William Shakespeare, and William Wordsworth. It is also a common name among British royalty, with several kings of England and other European monarchs having been named William.
This 7 letter boy name remains very popular today, ranking at number 6!
Ximena is a Spanish female given name that is a variant of the Old Germanic name, ‘Iohanna’, which means ‘God is gracious’. Whist X girl names are generally uncommon, Ximena ranks number 137 on the US charts!
Xavier is a name of Basque origin, derived from the Basque place name ‘Etxeberria’, meaning ‘the new house’. It currently sits at number 100 for most popular boy names!
I also think it makes for a cute twin boy name, especially when you pair Xavier with Felix!
This 7 letter girl name originates from the indigenous language of Mexico, Nahuatl which can be translated as ‘always faithful’, ‘always present’, or ‘always with you’.
Yaretzi is a relatively modern name and is often used in Mexico and other Spanish-speaking countries, as well as by people of Mexican heritage in the United States. It currently ranks number 569!
The name Yusuf is of Arabic origin and means ‘God will increase’ or ‘God will add’. It is the Arabic form of the name Joseph. The name Yusuf is commonly used in Muslim communities around the world and is considered a popular and meaningful name. It is currently ranked number 557!
To round out the list of girl names a-z is the name Zoey! The name Zoey (sometimes spelled ‘Zoe’) is of Greek origin, derived from the word ‘zoē’ which means ‘life’.
It is currently ranked number 38!
Given how short the name Zoey is I also think it makes for a super cute twin girl name, especially when you pair Zoey with Chloe!
And finally to round out the list of boy names a-z is the unique boy name Zion! Ranked at 136, this soft boy name is of Hebrew origin, derived from the word ‘Tziyyon’, which means ‘a sign’ or ‘monument’.
In the Bible, Zion refers to the city of Jerusalem, and later came to symbolize the Jewish people as a whole. As a given name, Zion is often associated with spiritual or religious significance.
Final Thoughts On Baby Names A To Z
Finding the perfect a-z names is never easy, but I hope I was able to help inspire you to find a girl name or boy name that you love with this names list a-z!
And if you’re still looking for more great names for your baby, try these some of these baby name lists for more inspiration!
Allison Banfield an experience mom of two, wife, writer, editor, and passionate parenting advocate! Backed with a Masters Degree in Public Health, a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion, a long career in health and safety, and 10 years of hands on experience using, researching, and testing baby products, Allison loves to use her parenting experience to support and encourage other parents.