Top 70 Best Baby Name Ideas For 2017

Baby names are always changing, and it is hard to say what are best boy names and girl names in the next year. Now times goes to the year 2017, and we have to think about what are the best baby names in year 2017. Here comes our selection of top 70 best baby names for 2017. If you have a baby due in 2017, you could consider one of these names for him or her.

Alden: Surname used as a given name, means "old wise friend."

Amity: Amity is a baby girl name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Amity is "friendship, harmony". This virtue name is also more rhythmic and feminine than the single-syllable Hope, Faith, and Grace.
Amos: Encumbered.
Astrid: Astrid is of Old Norse origin, and the meaning of Astrid is "beautiful goddess".
Auden: Old friend.
Aviva: Spring, springtime.
Baxter: Baker.
Bea: Voyager through life.
Benno: Bear.
Booker: A bleacher of cloth.
Briar: Thorny plant.
Calliope: Greek for "beautiful voice".
Cassius: Latin for Empty. An old Roman family clan name. Shakespeare's Julius Caesar depicts Caius Cassius as politically ambitious. In modern times, Cassius Clay was the birth name of the heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali.
Clara: Latin for "clear, bright". The name Clara is soft and sweet, and it is also a nickname for Clarissa. Made famous in the 1920s by the silent film actress Clara Bow, known as "the It girl", because whatever "it" was, she had it.
Clark: Man of learning.
Corin: Spear.
Cressida: Golden.
Cyrus: Sun.
Daisy: Day's eye, also a flower with a yellow disk and white rays. Often used as a nickname for Margaret. Henry James named the typical American girl in Europe as Daisy Miller in his story.
Delphine: Woman from Delphi.
Dylan: Son of the wave, born near the sea.
Ember: Burned coal.
Emilia: Rival.
Esme: French for esteemed, beloved, and emerald. Also a character in Twilight, and Michael J. Fox chose it for his daughter born in 2001.
Felix: Felix is a boy's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Felix is "happy, lucky".
Fiona: Scottish for "white, fair".
Forrest: Forest.
Frank: Javelin.
Frankie: Frenchman. Made famous by the name of the heroine of "The Ballad of Frankie and Johnny".
Geneva: Juniper tree. Also the second-most-populous city in Switzerland.
Gideon: Hewer.
Greer: Watcher.
Gus: Gus Monroe Deveraux Sanford is the son of Poppy Montgomery and Shawn Sanford. Gus is a unisex baby name can be used for either boys or girls. It is a short form of Augustine or Augustus, and the meaning of Gus is majestic.

Indigo: The color between blue and violet.
Ines: Meek. Chaste. Variant Of Agnes.
Iris: Iris is a flower that blooms during the late spring; it usually comes in bright shades of purple and gold. Also a messenger-goddess who rode rainbows between heaven and earth to deliver messages from Olympus.
Isadora: Gift of Isis.
Keziah: Cinnamon-like bark.
Lachlan: Warrior from the Land of the Lochs.
Lark: Bird.
Lionel: Latin for Lion, used in the Middle Ages.
Louise: Fame and war.
Lucian: Light.
Lula: Abundance, lady, princess.
Lux: Our lady of light.
Mirabelle: Wonderful.
Osiris: Chthonic God of the underworld.
Otto: German for Wealth. Common in English-speaking countries until Otto von Bismarck's German armies became threateningly powerful in the early 20th century.
Ozzie: Divine power.
Posey: Inspired by the English word posy, which is a small bouquet of flowers.
Quincy: Estate of the fifth son. Surname of a prominent Massachusetts family whose name is borne by a town and by the sixth American President, John Quincy Adams.
Ray: Regal.
Reeve: Steward, bailiff.
Remy: Abbreviation Of Remington.
Reuben: The firstborn of Jacob's 12 sons. Also a sandwich with corned beef, sauerkraut, and Swiss cheese.
Rosamund: Horse protection.
Ruth: Friend, companion.
Sage: Sage is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Sage is "wise, healthy". The name has associations with sagebrush, cowboys, and the Wild West.
Sasha: Defending men.
Simone: Hear, listen. Feminine of Simon.
Snow: White blossoms.
Sybil: Female prophet.
Sylvie: Wooded.
Tallulah: Tallulah is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Tallulah is "leaping water".
Thea: The Greek goddess of light and mother of the sun, moon and dawn.
Thor: Thor was the Norse god of thunder and power, one of the sons of Odin.
Vera: Russian for Faith, or Albanian for Summer. A breezy name for girls.
Winston: Joy stone.
Yara: Arabic name means "small butterfly."
Zelda: German for Dark Battle.


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