Ah, love: It's what forges relationships and builds families (ahem). Why not bestow your little one with a name that nods to the very thing that started it all? We adore these sweet baby names that mean love.
Rooted in Greek, this elegant and regal name rolls off the tongue. It means "lovely forever."
There are many different variations of this French name, such as Amy, Amie and Ami. But no matter how you spell it, they all mean "beloved."
In Greek mythology, she's the goddess of love. It's a strong (and very literary) choice.
A Scottish moniker, Davina is the feminine version of David, and means "beloved" and "friend."
With both French and Persian origins, Esme means "esteemed" and "beloved." It's also becoming more mainstream thanks to the Twilight saga.
This name is plucked from Scandinavian culture, and derives from Freyja, the goddess of love and fertility in Norse mythology.
The Greeks sure know a lot about love. It's an increasingly trendy, hipster-sounding name that means "beloved child."
In Babylonian culture, Ishtar was the mother goddess of love, war and fertility.
This Zapotec name from the indigenous people of Oaxaca, Mexico, sums it all up: It translates to "I love you."
Meaning "dearly loved"—as well as "life" in Spanish—it's no wonder Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves chose this for their little girl.
No one will ever fumble the spelling or pronunciation of this classic, biblical name. In Hebrew, both David and its derivative, Davis, mean "beloved."
In Ireland, this name connotes "love" and "friendship." It's also a nice variation from the more popular Connor.
Nope, it's not an homage to the Beatles frontman—this Irish name translates to "lover." Oh là là.
There's a very dapper ring to this Welsh moniker meaning "fair love."
A distinguished name of English origin, Fenmore means "dear love" and would definitely allow your kid to stand out on the playground.
It doesn't get more romantic than this: "Amore" is the Italian word for love.
Why not name your little one after the City of Love? It's a unique, gender-neutral name sure to please Francophile parents.
Meaning "loved" or "heir," this Scandinavian moniker can also be spelled Lief.
It's the shortened, simpler version of Jebediah, which means "beloved friend" in Hebrew.
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