Baby Name Poll Results
Water themes vs. Baby girl
What are some water themed names for a baby girl? Nature names would also be ok.
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Brenna ... "Little drop of water"
Irvette ... "Green, fresh water"
Naida ... "Water nymph"
Nixie ... "Water sprite"
Tallulah ... "Leaping water"
Nereida ... Nerida is an Australian aboriginal name for water lily or blossom
Genevieve - it means "white wave"
India - it means "body of water"
Kyla - it means "strait of water"
Laine - it means "wave"
Nerissa - it means "from the sea"
Thalassa - it means "ocean/sea"
Brenna means "raven"...
Jorah ... "First rain or autumn rain."
Eirwen ... "Blessed snow."
Beck ... "Stream."
Brenna It is of Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Brenna is "little drop of water; raven or black-haired".
Michelle (nn Shelly)
Kai is "sea"
Kailani is "sea and sky"
Lana l(a)-na as a girl’s name is pronounced LAN-ah, LAHN-ah. Variant of Alana (Old German) "precious" or (Irish, Gaelic) "little rock", or Helen (Greek) "sun ray", or (Hawaiian) "afloat; calm as still waters".
Aphrodite / Venus
Marin: of the sea
Maris: of the sea
Sirena (Spanish, means mermaid)
Siren (mythical mermaid)
Sirene (French, means mermaid)
Huyana (Native American, means falling rain)
Amadahy (Native American, means forest water)
Amethyst (this along with the stone Aquamarine is one of the two birth stones for pisces, a water sign and the fish symbol)
Mariana (any variant of Mary means ’star of the sea’)
Moon (the moon is very much related to water)
Kyla (has something to do with water I don’t remember what it is)
Dylan (means tide/flow)
Sabrina (Legendary princess and name of a river named after the legendary princess)
Selena (moon goddess)
Luna (moon goddess)
Phoebe (moon goddess)
Artemis (goddess of the moon)
Nadia (means ’having dew on the surface’)
Nahla (means ’a drink of water’)
Nyneve/Nineve (lady of the lake)
Cordelia (of the sea)
Conventina (water goddess)
Genevieve (white wave)
Marilla (shining sea)
Marella (shining sea)
Morgan (dweller of the sea)
Morgana (dweller of the sea)
Mesi (Egyptian, means water)
Masika (Egyptian, means ’born during rain’)
Una (white wave)
Brooklyn (means water/stream)
Diona (’from the sacred spring’)
Diondra (’from the sacred spring’)
Ebba (flowing tide)
Nile (river in Egyptian obviously)
Orabel/Orabelle (’beautiful seacoast’)
Delmare (French, means of the sea)
Nixie (German, means little water spirit)
Rilla (German, means brook)
Amphitrite (sea goddess)
Dorea/Doria (of the sea)
Doriana (of the sea)
Dorianna (of the sea)
Ceto (goddess of the sea)
Halimeda (means thinking of the sea)
Naida (water nymph)
Narissa (Sea nymph)
Nerina (the sea nymphs)
Neried (the sea nymphs)
Nerice (from the sea)
Nerieda (sea nymph)
Nereyda (sea nymph)
Nerissa (from the sea)
Thalassa (from the sea)
Kailani (Hawaiian means sea and sky)
Kaia (Hawaiian means the sea)
Lana (means calm as still waters)
Adva (rippling water)
Talora (morning’s dew)
Talori (morning’s dew)
Dalis (drawing water)
Assana (Irish, means waterfall)
Avonmora (Irish, means from the great river)
Talia (dew of heaven)
Talya (dew of heaven)
Leena (wet meadow)
Hama (Japanese, means shore/beach)
Nagisa (Japanese, means the seashore)
Nami (Japanese, means surf/wave)
Mizuko (Japanese, means water child)
Taura (Japanese, means many lakes/many rivers)
Ran (Japanese, means waterlily also the name of a sea goddess)
Adra (means from Adria; the Adriatic sea region)
Lamia (daughter of poseidon)
Arva (from the seashore)
Arvia (from the seashore)
Delora (from the seashore)
Marin (of the sea)
Maris (of the sea)
Marisabel (of the beautiful sea)
Marissa (of the sea)
Marina (of the sea)
Marinna (of the sea)
Maryssa (of the sea)
Pamuya (Native Ameircan, means water moon)
Malila (Native American means ’fast salmon swimming up a rippling stream)
Kelda (fountain/a spring/of the ship’s island)
Callan (flowing water)
Marna (the sea)
Cora (seething pool, also means maiden)
Struana (from the stream)
Delma (Spanish, of the sea)
Delmara (Spanish, of the sea)
Ria (Spanish, from the river’s mouth)
Rio (Spanish, river)
Cari (flows like water)
Vanora (white wave)
Torlan (from the river bank)
other nature names:
Devi (means goddess)
Zahra (Egyptian, means blooming flower)
Muna (Native American, means overflowing spring)
Aiyana (Native American, means eternal blossom)
Tala (Native American, means wolf)
Fala (Native American, means crow)
Nacsha (Native American, means owl)
Dyani (Native American, means deer)
Mika (Native American, means wise raccoon)
Danica (means star)
Nova (super bright start also Native American meaning ’chases butterflies’)
Anneslace (name from the flower Queen Anne’s lace)
Aurora (means dawn also the goddess of dawn)
Niabi (Native American, means fawn)
Chepi (Native American, means dove)
Brighid (Celtic goddess of fire)
Anu (Celtic goddess of mother nature)
Irish (flower and goddess)
Isis (goddess of like everything)
Estella (means star)
Samhain (ancient name for halloween, Celtic new year)
Persephone (goddess of spring also made the goddess of the underworld)
Delphine (French, means dolphin)
Delfina (Spanish version of Delphine)
Calla (type of lily)
Layla (Egyptian, means night)
Ostara (spring goddess)
Sapphira (Greek, means sapphire)
Esmeralda (means emerald)
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