80 Spiritual Baby Names Inspired By Fairies, Mermaids, Nymphs, and Elves

Are you looking for some spiritual baby names or magical baby names? Here comes our selection of spiritual boy names and girl names inspired by fairy tales characters, mermaids, sea nymphs, elves, wizards, and other supernatural creatures. These mythical names will surely add your baby's supernatural personalities. Check out the below list and select your favorite name for your little fairies or princes.

Spiritual Names For Girls

Ailsa: Elf victory.

Aine: Irish name means "radiance." In Irish mythology, she’s the queen of fairies.
Alfreda: Elf power.
Alice: The imaginative and curious protagonist of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in the Wonderland.
Alvina: Elf friend.
Ariel: Lion of the God.
Asherah: The name of the goddess of fertility and motherhood, and the name Asherah means "she who walks in the sea."
Asia: In the Greek mythology, Asia was Oceanus’ daughter and Prometheus and Atlas’ mother, and the name Asia means "sunrise."
Asteria: This Greek mythology name means "like a star."
Aurora: Latin name means "the dawn." Aurora Borealis, better known as the Northern Lights, takes place when the electrons collide with the upper atmosphere. The sight of magnificent green lights dancing in the sky is no less than a magical phenomenon.
Calypso: The beguiling sea nymph who falls in love with Odysseus in the Greek mythology.
Celeste: Latin name means "heavenly."
Coralia: The name of a mermaid in a ballet based on Friedrich de la Motte Fouque's Undine, and the name Coralia means "like coral."
Cyrena: The water nymph who fought a lion that tried to harm the Sun god Apollo.
Dariyah: Persian name means "sea."
Deema: Arabic name means "rain."
Doris: The name of an ocean nymph in the Greek mythology, and the name Doris means "gift of the sea."
Elvina: Elf friend.
Fay: Short and sweet name means "fairy."
Fiona: Scottish girl name means "fair." This name is currently borne by the witch in American Horror Story: Coven.
Giselle: A pure-hearted princess of Andalsia from the movie Enchanted. The name Giselle means "pledge."
Hermione: In the Greek mythology, Hermione is Kind Menelaus and Helen’s daughter. Her name means "messenger."
Kaia: In Hawaiian, Kaia means "the sea." In Greek, Kaia means "pure."
Kelpie: In Celtic mythology, Kelpie was the name of the water-horse who transformed herself into a beautiful woman.
Lorelei: the sensual mermaid of the Rhine River in German folktales. The name Lorelei means "alluring."
Maraja: Esperanto name means "made of the sea."
Marceline: This enchanting baby name means "defender of the sea."
Marin: Irish name means "star of the sea."
Maurelle: French name means "elfin."
Melia: A nymph in Greek mythology. The name Melia means "work."
Melisande: A mellifluous fairy tale name, and the name Melisande means "strong in work."
Melody: The name of Ariel’s daughter in Disney’s Little Mermaid, and the name Melody means "music."
Muirgen: According to Irish folklore, Muirgen was a human who was transformed into a mermaid. Muirgen means "born of the sea."
Naida: Water nymph.
Nixie: As per the German folklore, Nixie is the name of the mermaid-like sprite dwelling in the sea. The name Nixie means "water nymph."
Ondine: The name of a German water sprite who gets married to a mortal, but leads a disturbed life. The name Ondine means "little wave."
Parisa: Persian name means "like a fairy."
Pixie: Supernatural beings that are portrayed as tiny, human like creatures with pointed hat and ears. The name Pixie means "fairy."
Radella: Elfin advisor.
Sabrina: The name of the water nymph in Comus by John Milton. It's also the name of a Celtic River Goddess.
Sereia: Portuguese for mermaid.
Siofra: Irish name means "elf; sprite."
Tabitha: The name of the half-witch daughter of Samantha in the 60s series Bewitched. The name Tabitha means "gazelle."
Tiana: Fairy queen.
Titania: The name of the Queen of Fairies in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The name Titania means "great one."

Spiritual Names For Girls

Aelfdene: From the Elfin valley.

Aladdin: The Arabian lad from the movie of the same name.
Alfred: Elf counsel.
Alvaro: Army of elf.
Alvin: Friend of elves.
Arion: In the Greek mythology, Arion is the immortal and super swift horse endowed with the power of speaking.
Aslan: Taken from C.S. Lewis magical book, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. The name Aslan means "lion."
Basil: The sprite from the American musical television show, Johnny and the Sprites. The name Basil means "regal."
Bayard: French name means "auburn haired."
Blade: The vampire hunter and Marvel superhero from the movie Blade. The name Blade means "wealthy glory."
Borak: Al-Borak is the magical horse that took Prophet Muhammad from Earth to the 7th heaven. The name Borak means "the lightning."
Cleon: Glorious.
Cosmo: The name of Timmy Turner’s fairy godfather in animated television series, The Fairly Odd Parents. Cosmo is a Greek name that means "order."
Cullen: The surname of the most beloved vampire family of all time, the Cullens from Twilight Saga. Irish name means "handsome."
Easton: Magical power.
Edward: The pale, brooding, and sparkling character in the Twilight series.
Eric: The charming prince from The Little Mermaid.
Finn: The name of the central characters in The Snow Queen, folklore, which is the inspiration behind the movie Frozen. Finn means "white or fair."
Flynn: The male lead from the fairy tale remake Tangled.
Gandalf: Old Norse name means "wand elf." Also refers to the Wizard from Tolkien’s masterpiece Lord of the Rings.
Gary: The chubby overseer fairy in Tinkerbell.
Gil: The rambunctious merman of the Nickelodeon series Bubble Guppies. The name Gil means "happiness" in Hebrew.
Hansel: This name instantly brings to mind the lead of the fairytale, Hansel and Gretel.
Harry: Harry Potter, the half-blood wizard.
Jack: A colorful figure covered in flowers and greeneries appeared in the folklore, Robin Hood.
Jareth: The Goblin King from the fantasy movie Labyrinth.
Jiminy: The beloved cricket from the movie Pinocchio.
Magus: Sorcerer.
Oberon: Elf ruler. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Oberon was the king of fairies.
Peter: Peter Pan, the mischievous young boy capable of flying.
Phillip: The prince from the fairy tale Sleeping Beauty.
Regin: In the Norse mythology, Regin was a blacksmith, well versed in dark magic.
Terence: The Dust-talent Sparrowman from Tinkerbell.
Triton: One of the most famous mermen of all time.
Zephyr: The Greek god of the west wind.

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