Heavenly baby names

Every parents wish for their child’s well-being in all respects. Even in their child’s name. They wants their baby have a idyllic and meaningful name which have heavenly qualities and full of charm. It’s very common and natural feeling for many parents.

So, we’ve come up with some Heavenly names that you can choose to give your newborn a different worldly charming name.

Lists of the names (The blue color indicates the boy’s name and the pink color indicates the girl’s name):


  • Origin: Arabic
  • Meaning: “God’s gift”
  • Description:This name directly translates to the way most parents feel about their sons. It’s rising quickly in popularity, along with many other names from the Indian subcontinent.


  • Origin: English
  • Meaning: Noble friend or friend of the elves
  • Description: Alvin is a widely-used name, seen in sports, music, and even movies, thanks to Alvin and the Chipmunks. It’s a sturdy name with a whimsical, magical spell ring to it. It isn’t as popular in the U.S. as it is in European countries.


  • Origin: Norwegian
  • Meaning: “divine strength”
  • Description:This Scandinavian name was made famous in English-speaking countries as the name of the dog in the “Thin Man” series. Danish actress Asta Nielsen was another famous bearer. Asta can be considered as a short form of Astrid or Augusta.


  • Origin: Polish,Slavic
  • Meaning: Divine
  • Description: The meaning of the name “Bozena” is different in several languages, countries and cultures and has more than one possibly same or different meanings available. Bożena (Polish pronunciation: [bɔˈʐɛna]) is a Polish feminine given name, originally appearing as Bożana and Bożechna. It is derived from the word “Bóg” (God).


  • Origin: Latin
  • Meaning: “she who brings happiness; blessed”
  • Description: Beatrice is derived from Beatrix, a Latin name meaning “she who brings happiness.” Beatrice was the name of Queen Victoria’s youngest child. And in Dante’s epic poem The Divine Comedy, Beatrice is his guide through Paradise and is idealized as the embodiment of the spirit of love. In Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, Beatrice is the witty, high-spirited heroine. Other variants of the name include the French Béatrice and the Spanish and Portuguese Beatriz.


  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Regal
  • Description: During the fourth century, Basil was the name of a bishop who founded the basics of the Greek Orthodox Church. Basil is also familiar due to actor Basil Rathbone who portrayed Sherlocke Holmes.In the U.S., Basil reached a high ranking on the name charts during the 1970s. But its offbeat elan means it could rise again.The plant basil, although pronounced differently, is often regarded as a magic herb for potions.


  • Origin: Latin
  • Meaning: “Blessed”
  • Description:Parents who like Ben and Benjamin but find those forms too popular sometimes consider Benedict as a more distinctive choice. Unlike the Old Testament Benjamin, Benedict is the name of the saint who formed the Benedictine Order and of fifteen popes,including a recent one.


  • Origin: German
  • Meaning: “brave as a bear”
  • Description:Although feminizations ending in “ette” are not particularly popular now, Bernadette is a pleasant, feminine, but strong name that doesn’t feel prohibitively dated. And though strongly associated with the saint who saw visions of the Virgin Mary—Saint Bernadette of Lourdes—it is now no longer strictly inhabiting the Catholic diocese.


  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Order or Beauty
  • Description: It’s a boy’s name with an intergalactic vibe — many parents currently view it as a hip and creative baby name. Cosmo is also a fictional character from the children’s cartoon, The Fairly Odd Parents. Parents will recognize the name from Cosmo Kramer, one of the hilarious main characters on the television show Seinfeld.


  • Origin: Latin
  • Meaning: “heavenly”
  • Description: Celestine is a pretty, crystalline extension (actually a diminutive) of Celeste that would make a choice that is both delicate and strong. It is also a popular name in France.


  • Origin: Irish
  • Meaning: Holly tree
  • Description: Cullen has been an appealing surname for ages. Although it wasn’t until its appearance in The Twilight Saga that its popularity peaked. The name isn’t as favored as it was back in early 2010.Famous namesakes include Cullen Jenkins, who was a defensive tackler for Philadelphia and the Green Bay Packers.


  • Origin: Latin
  • Meaning: “heaven”
  • Description:A constellation name that could have broad appeal beyond astronomers and astrophysicists. Although they bear similarity, Caelum is unrelated to the Scottish name Callum.


  • Origin: Latin
  • Meaning: Divine
  • Description: Diana, the tragic British princess, inspired many fashions, but strangely, not one for her name. For us, Diana is a gorgeous and still-underused choice.


  • Origin: Wales
  • Meaning: Son of the sea
  • Description: Dylan, in Welsh mythology, was a legendary sea god who made the seas between England and Ireland cry when he died. Famous bearers of the name are Dylan Thomas and Bob Dylan. There are also a few celebrity babies with the moniker. You may like the alternative spelling Dillon better.


  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: “child of heaven and earth”
  • Description:In ancient Greece, a student of Plato; in modern America, a cool guy.


  • Origin: Swahili 
  • Meaning: Sign from Gods
  • Description:  This baby name has a spiritual feel to it.


  • Origin: Latin 
  • Meaning: Desired or Water, Island
  • Description: Evelina was a common name during the Middle Ages but fell out of favor for Evelyn. Evelina is a magical name with an enchanting sound. A pop culture reference would be the book series by Fanny Burney called Evelina, which is about a magical water witch.


  • Origin: English
  • Meaning: East-facing place
  • Description: Easton is on our list because some believe it translates as “magical power” in Old English. Either way, it’s an interesting name for a modern-day boy as it has cool undertones. The name is also gender-neutral, as several celebrities have given it to their baby girls.


  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Good news
  • Description: This baby name has a feminine ring to it.


  • Origin: Old Norse
  • Meaning: Eternal ruler
  • Description: Eric is forever a trendy name in Scandinavia, where “Erik” is often the favored spelling. It has migrated to the U.S. but hasn’t found the same success. There are several mystical books, TV series, and movies, including The Little Mermaid and True Blood, where Eric appears. Actor Eric Bana is a famous namesake.


  • Origin:  Irish
  • Meaning: Fair or White
  • Description: The name contains a punch of energy and charm. According to Irish mythology, Finn MacCool was an intrepid warrior holding supernatural powers. It’s no wonder the name is popular for television characters’ — two examples are Glee and The 100. A popular spelling alternative is Fynn.


  • Origin: Arabic
  • Meaning: “captivating, a woman who abstains”
  • Description: Even though more than a thousand Muslim-American girls are annually given this name of the daughter of Muhammad and one of the four perfect women according to the Koran, it would have problems crossing cultures.


  • Origin: Russian
  • Meaning: God’s gift
  • Description: This variation of Theodore is familiar here mostly via the great Russian novelest Dostoyevsky. It was also the name of three early tsars of Russia.


  • Origin: Arabic
  • Meaning: Angel
  • Description:  It is a commonly used name in Persian speaking countries. One of the most popular female angel names.


  • Origin: English
  • Meaning: Spearman
  • Description: Gary has forever been on the charts, although not at the top, and it seems more parents prefer Gareth. Still, Gary deserves a spot on this list for its use in the series, Tinkerbell, which has been restoring some of its magic.


  • Origin: Italian
  • Meaning: “God’s gracious gift”
  • Description: Gia is a cute if slight name that calls to mind stylish sisters Mia, Lea, Pia, Tia, and Nia. One of the most familiar Italian baby names in the US, Gia is a short form of Gianna, which in turn is a diminutive of Giovanna, the feminine form of Giovanni, the Italian equivalent of John—all of them meaning “God’s gracious gift.”


  • Origin:  Spanish
  • Meaning: Happiness
  • Description: Gil is a dashing boy’s name with a magical flair to it. One of the mermen in the Nickelodeon series Bubble Guppies had the moniker. In the series, Gil is energetic and curious.


  • Origin: Diminutive of Gwendolen/Gwendolyn
  • Meaning: “white circle”
  • Description: While Gwen may have originated as a short form of Gwendolen and Gwendolyn, these days it frequently stands on its own. Rocker Gwen Stefani has given it a shot of cool, and parents are choosing it as a standalone more and more often—Gwen hopped back onto the US Top 1000 in 2013 after an absence of over 30 years. Gwen could also be short for Guinevere.


  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Battle worthy
  • Description: The name Harvey has been tarnished in popular opinion because of the Harvey Weinstein scandal. Still, following its use on the television show, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, it gained back some popularity


  • Origin: India
  • Meaning: Angel
  • Description: It is a unisex name and is a familiar name in India.


  • Origin:  Germany
  • Meaning: Estate ruler
  • Description: Harry is a great choice, whether you’re into magic or royalty. The name will forever be associated with Harry Potter, the half-blood wizard, as well as the full-blood prince of England.


  • Origin: Greece
  • Meaning: Hearth or Fireside
  • Description: Hestia was the Greek goddess of the home, chastity, and hearth. It’s been a dormant name for many years but may make a comeback thanks to the trend of reviving old-fashioned baby names.


  • Origin: Swahili 
  • Meaning: Spiritual leader
  • Description: The name conjures greatness.


  • Origin: German
  • Meaning: Angel
  • Description: Another variant of this name is Ingall.


  • Origin: Latin
  • Meaning: “queen of the heavens”
  • Description: Juno is an ancient name that feels as fresh as if it had been minted — well, not yesterday, but in 2007. Since the release of the popular indie film Juno, this lively but strong o-ending Roman goddess name has become more and more prominent as a potential baby name — Coldplay’s Will Champion chose Juno for one of his twins (whose brother is the kingly Rex).


  • Origin:  English
  • Meaning: Supplanter
  • Description: James comes from the Hebrew name Jacob. It is a biblical name possessed by two apostles in the New Testament. The name has always been popular with royals as well as being a Harry Potter character, James Potter.


  • Origin: Hebrew
  • Meaning: “Jehovah increases”
  • Description: Joseph evolved from the Hebrew name Yosef, which was derived from the verb yasaf, meaning “to increase.” In the Old Testament, Joseph is the 11th and favorite son of Jacob and Rachel; in the New Testament, it is the name of the carpenter husband of the Virgin Mary, mother of Christ. Joe and Joey are common nicknames for Joseph, and Josephine is the feminine form.


  • Origin: English
  • Meaning: God is gracious
  • Description: Jack is a derivation of John, which originated back in medieval England, where it went through a few transformations. It went from John to Johnkin, then Jankin to Jackin until it settled on Jack.The name has always been popular and is famous from childhood stories and rhymes such as Jack and Jill and Jack Sprat, as well as magical tales like Jack and the Beanstalk.


  • Origin: Persian
  • Meaning: Special angel
  • Description: It’s a name that is suitable for both boys and girls. The name is quite common in India.


  • Origin: Hawaiian, Finnish
  • Meaning: The heavens
  • Discription: This name is one of the hot new spiritual names for both sexes. In Hawaiian it means “chieftain of the sky” or “spirit of the sky,”and is extremely popular for boys.


  • Origin: Hawaiian
  • Meaning: Heaven, sky, glorious chie
  • Description: Keilani is among the fastest rising girls’ names in some US states, a once-unusual name perhaps popularized by its similarity to both Leilani and Kayla. Its rhythmic appeal cannot be denied.


  • Origin: Hebrew
  • Meaning: Cassia tree
  • Description: Keziah is an Old Testament nature name, which belonged to one of Job’s three daughters. Keziah is not on the top 1,000 list, so it’s quite unique. It’s made some appearances in various supernatural movies and novels, including I, Frankenstein and The Dreams in the Witch House.


  • Origin: Cornish
  • Meaning: Love
  • Description: You can spell Kerensa with either an “S” or “Z.” Kerensa is such an exotic name — it wasn’t easy finding many references to it. But it seems to be a favorite among novelists. One example is The Legend of the Seventh Virgin, a tale in which women who broke their vows got turned to stone.


  • Origin: Latinized Greek variation of Hebrew Eleazar
  • Meaning: “God is my helper”
  • Description: Lazarus is a name that looks as if it could possibly be raised from the dead, just like its biblical bearer. Look for it in the next wave of Old Testament revivals that transcend their long-bearded images, the way Noah, Moses, and Abraham have for this generation.


  • Origin: Italian
  • Meaning: Moon
  • Description: In Roman legends, Luna was the moon goddess, often depicted as driving a chariot. Luna is both a celebrity baby name as well as a Harry Potter character, Luna Lovegood.


  • Origin: Indian
  • Meaning: Beautiful angel
  • Description:  A popular angel name. One of the most popular girl names as well.


  • Origin: Basque
  • Meaning: Craggy slope
  • Description: This name of the French town where a young peasant girl had a vision of the Virgin Mary in 1858 vaulted into the spotlight when Madonna chose it for her daughter, but few other families except for devout Roman Catholics have followed her lead (any more than they’ve used Rocco for their sons).


  • Origin: Old English
  • Meaning: Sorcerer
  • Description: Magus is truly a magical name — not only from its meaning but also the sound. Though it isn’t widespread in the U.S., it’s great for parents who dare to step out of the box. The name is a Scandinavian favorite, where trendy parents see it as a must-have.


  • Origin: Egyptian
  • Meaning: “delivered from the water”
  • Description: Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin’s choice of this white-bearded Old Testament name helped bring it into the modern age, along with brethren Elijah, Isaiah and Isaac. User-friendly nicknames include Moe and Mose.


  • Origin: Greece
  • Meaning: Mother
  • Description: Maia is a light, ethereal name with mystic and mythical overtones. In ancient Greece, Maia was a fair-haired daughter of Atlas, who became the mother of Zeus’s son Hermes. In ancient Rome, Maia represented Earth’s mother and the goddess of spring.


  • Origin: Latin
  • Meaning: Marvelous
  • Description: Miranda, a shimmeringly lovely, poetic name that was invented by Shakespeare for the beautiful and admirable young heroine of his play, The Tempest, is still a recommended choice even though its popularity peaked in the 1990’s, partially as an antidote to Amanda. But while Amanda now sounds dated, Miranda retains a good measure of its charm.


  • Origin: Swahili and Arabic
  • Meaning: Angel or small child
  • Description:  It is a variation of the word ‘malak’ that means messenger


  • Origin: Hebrew
  • Meaning: Miracle
  • Description: Though the accent falls on the second syllable, people will mistake this name of the first month of the Jewish calendar or for the Japanese car.


  • Origin: Arabic
  • Meaning: Light
  • Description: It is a mesmerizing name suitable for boys and girls. It works as a middle name too. Another variant of this name is Nur.


  • Origin: Scandinavian
  • Meaning: Headlands, promontory
  • Description: Like its cousin Tessa, Nessa — a shortening of Vanessa or Agnes or Anastasia among other possibilities — is an attractive nickname that can stand on its own.


  • Origin: Hawaiian
  • Meaning: Heavenly mist
  • Description: With a magical meaning and a beautiful sound, Noelani would be a great pick for a Christmas baby.


  • Origin: English
  • Meaning: Divine power
  • Description: Despite the success of so many O-starting boys names–Oliver, Owen, Otis, Oscar–Oswald has not yet shown any signs of resurrection, though he does have the animating nicknames Ozzie/Ozzy and Oz. The name has some literary cred–in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, Shakespeare’s King Lear and a novel by H. G.Wells–and there was early cartoon character Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.


  • Origin: Greece
  • Meaning: Help
  • Description: It’s a beautiful name, but it’s hampered by Hamlet’s tragic heroine, which caused the name to remain dormant for years. In 2015, however, it reentered the charts and rose a staggering 400 spots. The name has made several appearances in movies and books like The Addam’s Family and The Royals.


  • Origin: Latin 
  • Meaning: Announcement from the gods, oracle.
  • Description: A pleasantly unfamiliar addition to the ella family of names.


  • Origin:  English
  • Meaning: Divine protection.
  • Description: Too tightly tied to the aging musical clan featuring Donny and Marie.


  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Rock
  • Description: One of the most notable literary associations is the magical boy who never grows up, Peter Pan. It’s the name of several other fictional characters, including Peter Rabbit and Peter Parker (Spider-Man)


  • Origin: Latin
  • Meaning: Pious
  • Description: Though the variation Pius is too, well, popeish, Pio might work for an ordinary boy.


  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Lover of horses
  • Description: Phillip is a renowned princely name used both in real-life and fairytales, as in Sleeping Beauty. Phillip isn’t as popular as its spelling variant Philip, with a single “L.”


  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: All the gods
  • Description: Anthea would be simpler and prettier, though Panthea has possibilities.


  • Origin: Hebrew
  • Meaning: God heals
  • Description: This name has never been common in the English-speaking world, though it has been well-used elsewhere in Europe. A famous bearer was the 16th-century Renaissance master Raphael Sanzio (1483-1520), usually known simply as Raphael.


  • Origin: Hebrew
  • Meaning: Angel of mysteries
  • Description: Various teachings assign Raziel to diverse roles, including that of a cherub, a member of the Ophanim, and chief of the Erelim. Raziel, under the alternate name Galizur “Revealer of The Rock” is described as the “-ruling prince of the 2nd Heaven.-” He is said to expound the “Torah‘s divine wisdom” and protects the ministering angels from the living creatures that uphold the universe.


  • Origin: Indian
  • Meaning: Beauty of heaven
  • Description: Meaning of Riyon: Name Riyon in the Indian origin, means An immense beauty of Heaven. Name Riyon is of Indian origin and is a Boy name. People with name Riyon are usuallyby religion.


  • Origin: Welsh
  • Meaning: Divine queen
  • Description: Most of us had never heard this lovely Welsh name with links to the moon until we heard the 1976 smash hit Fleetwood Mac song of that name, with lyrics by Stevie Nicks. That same year it popped onto the U.S. Top 1000 at Number 593.


  • Origin: Swedish
  • Meaning: Journey
  • Description: Saga is in the top 30 of the most popular girls’ names in Sweden. Although it’s yet to enter the top 1,000 here, we have high hopes for this magical name.


  • Origin: Korean; Hindi; Arabic; African
  • Meaning: “this world’s beauty or grace; army; to praise; bringing heaven to earth”
  • Description:Sena is one of those names that is as obscure in the Western World as it is simple and straightforward. Sena exists as a name in a range of languages and cultures and may be pronounced like Senna (with a soft e) or Sienna. Sena is also a place name, a surname, the name of several groups of people, and the name of a genus of moth as well as a kind of wine, among other things. The similar Cinna from The Hunger Games may make Sena more plausible as a first name.


  • Origin: Irish
  • Meaning: Supplanter.
  • Description: Seamus, pronounced shay-mus, is the Irish version of the English name James. The name has long been popular in Ireland but was made famous following its appearance in Harry Potter as the moniker of Harry’s friend, Seamus Finnigan.


  • Origin: Irish form of Janet
  • Meaning: God’s gracious gift
  • Description: One of the best known of the Irish girls’ names, thanks to singer Sinead O’Connor. Though it’s still in the Irish Top 100, it’s no longer quite as fashionable in Ireland as Aoife or Aisling. But by now everyone in the Western World knows it’s pronounced shin-aid and so would have no trouble fitting in on an American playground.


  • Origin: Latin
  • Meaning: Smooth
  • Description: Terence, or Terry, is a name you’d often hear in old Irish neighborhoods in New York or Boston. Still, its history traces back a lot further than this, to the second century. The magic reference comes from a character in the series, Tinkerbell, where he’s a dust-talent sparrow man.


  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: “God’s appearance”
  • Description:One of the first luxury brand names, and the quintessential Booming Eighties status-conscious moniker; used by Donald Trump for his daughter, Tiffany has plummeted far from its high in the Top 25.


  • Origin: Hebrew
  • Meaning: Beloved angel
  • Description: It is one of the best gender neutral angelic names. Another form of this name is Tamar.


  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: “to flourish”
  • Description: Thalia was one of the Three Graces in Greek mythology, and also the Muse of comedy and pastoral poetry, making this a Hellenic choice worthy of consideration.


  • Origin: Hebrew
  • Meaning: The angel of light
  • Description: It is a Biblical character


  • Origin: Hawaiian
  • Meaning: Heavenly beauty
  • Description: This name is a variation of U’i lani, which means heavenly beauty in Hawaiian.


  • Origin: Hebrew
  • Meaning: God’s light
  • Description: That difficult Ur- sound cancels out the feminine appeal of the rest of the name.


  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: Heavenly
  • description: The name of one of the Greek Muses would be really difficult to bear here on earth.


  • Origin: Germanic 
  • Meaning: Bright heart
  • Description: Saint Hubert was an 8th-century bishop of Maastricht who is considered the patron saint of hunters. The Normans brought the name to England, where it replaced an Old English cognate Hygebeorht.


  • Origin: Welsh
  • Meaning: “blessed peacemaking”
  • Description:One of the few remaining unrestored vintage gems, with a choice of two winning nicknames–the girlish Winnie and the tomboyish Freddie–as well as the slight stretch Freda. Winifred, the name of a legendary Welsh saint, was a Top 200 name into the mid-1920’s.


  • Origin: Greek
  • Meaning: West wind
  • Description: Zephyr was a mythological Greek god of the west wind. It’s a magical name that could easily work in today’s society. Sean Parker and Robby Benson both chose the name for their sons.


  • Origin: Yiddish
  • Meaning: Blessed, happy
  • Description: A plausible choice—if it can ever shake off its ubiquitous-guy Woody Allen identity.


  • Origin: Hebrew
  • Meaning: God’s gift
  • Description: One of the most unusual of the “iah” names, it comes with the appealing and usable nickname Zev.

One of the best gifts you can give your child is a great start to life by their name and you can choose the names from the above that reflect your love for your child.