25 Lustful Baby Names That Will Make Mom Fall Head Over Heels In Love

All the baby naming options out there are enough to make any mom’s head spin. Parents search in all sorts of places but where can they turn when the baby naming books just won’t cut it? What if the parenting websites and sources just don’t have that one name that could suit their future child? It can be daunting and frustrating to find the perfect pick.

Everyone has one goal in mind when selecting the most amazing name for their little one. There are those few select monikers that stand out from the rest. If you’re hoping to claim a name for your newborn that is distinctive, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled the most impressive names out there. These titles have been plucked from various popularity lists and are guaranteed to make you swoon.

From sweet-sounding girly names to super-masculine boy names, we’ve got you covered. These monikers are hard to resist. We’ve drawn inspiration from all sorts of places and analyzed the trends to bring you the best of the best. So, prepare to be dazzled. Please enjoy this list of 25 lustful baby names that will make mom fall head over heels in love.

25 Arabella

Arabella is an elegant name that would perfect for a little lady. We think that moms will totally fall in love with this one because it sounds so feminine and sweet. It ranked #157 on Nameberry’s popularity chart and is just distinctive enough to be original.

“Arabella” is a name of English origin, and means “Beautiful Lion”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 14,240 babies born with the first name Arabella in the United States.

24 Tristan

Tristan would be a whimsical name for a little boy. It’s one of those monikers that could grow with your son and sound masculine as they mature. It ranked #46 on the modern boy names chart and #55 on the unisex name chart. Be sure to add this one to your list.

From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 111,898 babies born with the first name Tristan in the United States.

23 Sophie

Looking for a spunky name for your daughter? You might want to consider naming her Sophie. It somehow manages to be sophisticated and adorable all at once. It ranks #7 on the Vintage Girl Names list and #31 on French Girl Names list.

“Sophie” is a name of French origin, and means “Wisdom”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 108,264 babies born with the first name Sophie in the United States. It ranks # 613 of all time.

22 Anders

Anders is a cute variation of the name Andrew. It emerged on the charts in the 1920’s and has been slowly rising ever since. We think it’s poised to gain steam and is just waiting to be claimed. You’d be smart to put dibs on this one.

“Anders” is a name of English origin, and it means “Son of Andrew”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 5,559 babies born with the first name Anders in the United States

21 Elora

Elora is one of those distinctive names that would make any girl stand out. It landed on Nameberry’s Awesome Girl Name list and was ranked #738 on popularity charts. This one has an air of sophistication to it.

“Elora” is a name of English origin, and it means “Modern blend of El- and Lora meaning God gives the Laurel: the crown of victory”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 3,639 babies born with the first name Elora in the United States.

20 Logan

Logan is a chipper name that has been around for generations but will forever be linked to the X-Men franchise as it is the first name of the character, Wolverine.

If you’re looking to name your little guy after a superhero, this would be a solid option.

“Logan” is a name of Irish origin, and it means “From the hollow”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 329,721 babies born with the first name Logan in the United States.

19 Cecily

Cecily is both a sophisticated and adorable name. Book lovers might remember the Beatrix Potter bunny of the same name in the collection, Cecily Parsley’s Nursery Rhymes. It was also the name of a character in Oscar Wilde’s play, The Importance of Being Earnest.

“Cecily” is a name of English origin that means “Blind of Self Beauty”. From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 7,204 babies born with the first name Cecily in the United States.

18 Ryder

Ryder is a modern version of the name Ryan and would be an awesome option for a cool little guy. Actress, Kate Hudson and Chris Robinson, who is the frontman for The Black Crows, chose this one for their son. A little boy named Ryder will feel like a rock star.

“Ryder” is a name of English origin and means “Knight, mounted warrior.” From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 35,380 babies born with the first name Ryder in the United States.

17 Jessamyn

Jessamyn is a lovely name that will make your daughter feel extra special. It found a place in the charts in the 1970’s and peaked in popularity in the 1980’s. It has a maturity to it that would make it a beautiful pick for any little girl.

“Jessamyn” is a name of French origin, and means “A flower name from the older form Jessamine”.

From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 714 babies born with the first name Jessamyn in the United States.

16 Gibson

Musicians and music lovers might be attracted to the name Gibson for their son. Why not name your baby after the iconic manufacturer of musical instruments?

Gibson guitars have been around for 100 years and giving your kid this moniker would be a great homage.

“Gibson” is a name of English origin, and it means “Son of Gilbert.” From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 3,957 babies born with the first name Gibson in the United States.

15 Roxie

Are you looking for a name that will make your daughter stand out in a crowd? Look no further than the moniker, Roxie. It’s the shortened version of the name, Roxanne but can totally stand on own two adorable feet. It just feels so plucky and fun.

“Roxie” is a name of American origin, and means “Dawn”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 18,223 babies born with the first name Roxie in the United States.

14 Griffin

The name Griffin is a strong name that makes a statement. In English, Griffin is the name of a mythological creature, half eagle, half lion. It entered the list in 1983 after an absence of 75+ years and has been climbing ever since, now at Number 236.

Griffin is of Welsh origin, and means “From Gryphon – a Fabled Monster”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 35,441 babies born with the name Griffin in the United States.

13 Wren

Wren has seen quite a surge of popularity over the last few years. It’s one of those monikers that sounds delicate but is sort of scrappy all at once. It’s not very common, so your daughter will be one-of-a-kind. A little girl named Wren will be a free spirit.

“Wren” is a name of English origin, and means “Small Bird.” From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 3,559 babies born with the first name Wren in the United States.

12 Atticus

Atticus is an old-fashioned moniker that is totally making a comeback. It has some serious vintage-cred. The best-known character with this name was Atticus Finch, from Harper Lee’s classic novel, To Kill A Mockingbird. A boy called Atticus might just make the world a better place.

The name “Atticus” is of English origin, and means “Father-like.” From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 7,002 babies born with the first name Atticus in the United States.

11 Piper

The name Piper is perfect for a sassy little thing that will totally win your heart. It often lands on lists like the top Hipster Baby names. It was #78 on Nameberry’s popularity chart and is just too adorable to pass up. It has an undeniable musical quality.

“Piper” is a name of English origin, and means “Flute Player.” From 1880 to 2015, the Social Security Administration has recorded 34,800 babies born with the first name Piper in the United States.

10 Holden

Holden is a classy name that is totally distinctive. It lands on lists like Literary Boy Names, thanks to the character, Holden Caulfield, in JD Salinger’s classic novel, Catcher In the Rye. Any book lover won’t be able to resist this one.

“Holden” is a name of English origin, and means “From the hollow in the Valley”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 19,999 babies born with the first name Holden in the United States.

9 Sage

Sage would be such an enchanting name for a little girl. The name appeared on the charts in the 1970’s and has been slowly gaining momentum. It saw a huge spike in 2016 so it’s a moniker that is on-trend but just distinctive enough to be unique.

“Sage” is a name of English origin, and means “Herb or Prophet”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 25,574 babies born with the first name Sage in the United States.

8 Gabriel

Gabriel is a name that is steeped in spirituality. The moniker appears in Christian, Jewish, and Muslim texts. Beyond this spiritual significance, a super laid back nickname is Gabe, which sounds like everyone’s cool friend. It landed #98 on the Most Popular Boy name list.

The name “Gabriel” is of Hebrew origin and means “God is my Strength”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 335,026 babies born with the first name Gabriel in the United States.

7  Kyra

Kyra is one of those alluring names that just seems to roll off the tongue. It’s a shorter variation of the popular moniker, Keira. This one found ranked #49 on the Greek Girl Names list. A well-known celebrity that goes by this title is the actress, Kyra Sedgewick.

“Kyra” is a name of Greek origin and means “Lady”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 34,301 babies born with the first name Kyra in the United States.

6 Sebastian

Sebastian is another name that might attract literary-minded parents. It was the name of memorable characters in many of Shakespeare’s works such as Twelfth Night and The Tempest. This one was #23 on the Modern Boy Names list. It manages to be masculine and cute all at once.

“Sebastian” is a name of Greek origin and it means “Venerable”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 134,471 babies born with the first name Sebastian in the United States.

5 Jade

Gemstone names are totally trendy right now and Jade would be the perfect pick for parents who want to be on-trend but original at the same time. It ranked #71 on the Unisex Names list. We think this one would make a great middle name as well.

“Jade” is a name of English origin, and means “Green Gemstone”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 83,403 babies born with the first name Jade in the United States.

4 Wesley

Wesley is a romantic choice because it’s forever associated with the hero in the film, The Princess Bride. Wesley was the name of a farm boy that fell in love with Princess Buttercup. This one was ranked #44 on the Classic Boy Names list.

The name “Wesley” is of English origin and means “From the west field”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 211,171 babies born with the first name Wesley in the United States.

3 Bianca

Bianca would be a beautiful choice for expectant parents who are attracted to Italian names with a little bit of sass. You may be reminded of the fancy mouse, Miss Bianca, from the 1977 Disney movie The Rescuers. It ranked #13 on the Italian Girl Name list.

The name “Bianca” is of Italian origin and means “White”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 71,327 babies born with the first name Bianca in the United States.

2 Otis

The name Otis may sound slightly old-fashioned but it’s also totally unforgettable. This title would be perfect for those parents who might take their style cues from the legendary musician, Otis Redding. It packs some serious retro-cred and is totally poised to take the world by storm.

“Otis” is a name of English origin and it means “Wealth.” From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 58,461 babies born with the first name Otis in the United States.

1 Simone

Simone is the fancy female version of the name, Simon. This elegant moniker will have the world wrapped around your little girl’s finger. It ranked #82 on the French Girl Names list and is quite the sophisticated title. You’d be smart to circle this one.

“Simone” is a name of French origin and means “To be Heard”. From 1880 to 2016, the Social Security Administration has recorded 25,149 babies born with the first name Simone in the United States.

References: Names.org, Nameberry.org