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51 cute-sounding baby names in any language

One of the first big decisions we make as parents is choosing the baby’s name. Today, in a globalized world, many parents are looking for a name for their baby that is suitable and easy to pronounce in any country and language.

In recent years, very beautiful multilingual names are emerging, for both girls and boys , which parents increasingly choose for their children. These are some of the most popular ones in 2018 that sound really good no matter what language is spoken where you live.

Girls names

  • Soul : of Latin origin, it means “Kind”, “Gentle”, “All spirituality”. Pasión Vega or Alejandro Sanz chose this name for their girls.
  • Amara : of Greek origin, it comes from ‘Amaranths’, from the amaranth flower (a type of plant) which means “eternal life”. Climb the popularity chart in the United States, England and Germany.
  • Ana or Anna : in any of its variants it is an easy name to pronounce. Of Hebrew origin, it means “beneficent, compassionate, full of grace.”
  • Anastasia : name of one of the Disney princesses and of the famous singer, it means “She who has the strength to resurrect or raise up”.
  • Anya : of Russian origin, it is considered one of the diminutives of the name Anna.
  • Ava : of Hebrew origin is an English variant of Eva and means “to give life”.
  • Bianca : Blanca’s Italian name, but removing the “bl” sound makes it easier to pronounce. It means “brilliant woman”.
  • Carina : means “the smallest and most beloved”.
  • Elena : of Greek origin (Helana), it means “Bright like the sun”, “clarity” or “dazzling”.
  • Emma : of Germanic origin means “big, strong, immense, powerful”.
  • Eva : means, “she who gives life.”
  • Florence – A vintage French name that is gaining popularity in other countries as well. Derived from florens, which means “prosperous, flourishing”.
  • Isabella : Italian form of the name Isabel meaning “Promise of God”, “Who loves God”.
  • Lara : comes from Roman mythology and he was the name of one of the water nymphs
  • Lia : means “bearer of good news”.
  • Lola : diminutive of Dolores, referring to the pain of the Virgin when her son was crucified.
  • Moon : derives from the Latin “moon”, contraction of “lucina” and means “to shine”, “to illuminate”.
  • Olivia : of Latin origin, it means “the one who brings peace”.
  • Olympia or Olimpia : name of Serena Williams’ daughter. The Greeks called Olympia to the place where they held their competitions, it is believed that it comes from ‘lamp’, to shine.
  • María : a classic that does not go out of style. Of Hebrew origin, its meaning is “the chosen one”, “the one loved by God”.
  • Mia : of Hebrew origin, diminutive of Maria.
  • Mila : diminutive of Milagros.
  • Siena : name that has gained popularity in recent years
  • Vera : from the Latin “verus”, which means “true”.
  • Valentina : means “the one with great strength”

Boys names

  • Abel : Biblical name derived from the Assyrian ‘habel’, son.
  • Aldo : means “one of noble origin and possessor of experience”.
  • Atticus : Climb the popularity charts. Of Latin origin, it means “from Athens”.
  • Axel : of Scandinavian, Danish or German origin, and means “universal fighter”.

  • Casper : means “treasurer”.

  • Cristian or Christian : of Greek origin, it means “Man who follows Christ” or Christian.
  • Emil : variant of Emilio, it means “rival”.
  • Erick : Derived from the name Eiríkr, which comes from the first generation Old Norse. Its meaning is “sole ruler”.
  • Felix : means “lucky, successful”.
  • Ian : It is the Breton equivalent of “Juan”. It comes from the Hebrew and means “The one given by the Lord”.
  • Ivo : of Germanic origin, it means “glorious”.
  • Leo : derives from Latin and is a variant of Leon, symbolizes the fierceness of this animal and also power and justice.
  • Liam : comes from Irish and means “firm protection”.
  • Luca : It is the Italian variant of Lucas.
  • Luke : name of Latin origin, which means “He who is luminous”.
  • Marco : of Latin origin, variant of Marcus or Marcos.
  • Milo : Very popular name in the United States, as well as in England, Germany and Sweden. It derives from the Germanic language and means “that it is pleasant”.
  • Nicolás : means “the one who is the winner of the people or the crowd”.
  • Oliver : “that brings peace”.
  • Olson : name of Viking origin, means “son of Olaf”
  • Oscar : of Germanic origin, which means “divine spear”
  • Rocco : Italian variant of Roque.
  • Roman or Roman : gentilicio of Roman.
  • Romeo : It means “the one who pilgrims to Rome”
  • Santino : means “holy”
  • Silas : is the Greek abbreviated form of Silvanus, the Roman god of forests and fields.

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More boy names

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