Perfect Baby Names Inspired By California Lakes

There are over 4 hundreds lakes in California, and each of them has a beautiful name. If you are looking a unique baby name for your newborn baby, I believe you will be happy with the list. Yes, it is a really cool resource for baby names. You will find several unique, unusual and sounding baby names from these amazing lake names.

Aloha: Girl name of Hawaiian origin means "love or compassion", also a form of greeting and farewell in Hawaii.

Bowman: Archer.
Britton: From Brittany or Britain.
Broadwell: Place name in Illinois and Kentucky.
Brock: Means "badger-like".
Bucks: Male goat or deer, used as a given name that denotes a robust and spirited young man.
Clementine: Girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning is "merciful".
Copco: Artificial lake on the Klamath River in Siskiyou County.
Dorris: Variant of Doris, means "from Doris; gift".
Ellis: Boy name or girl name of Hebrew origin, and the meaning is "Jehovah is God".
Encino: Place name in Los Angeles, Texas, and New Mexico.
Evans: God is gracious; born of yew; youth.
Flora: Girl name of Latin origin, and the meaning is "flower". In mythology, the name of the Roman goddess of spring.
Florence: Girl name of Latin origin means "flowering, in bloom".
Goldstone: Dry lake in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County.
Harper: Harpist, minstrel.
Hemet: Water storage reservoir located in the San Jacinto Mountains in Riverside County.
Hume: Holly; islands in the river.
Irvine: Green, fresh water.
Jenks: Lake in the San Bernardino National Forest near Angelus Oaks in San Bernardino County.
Jewel: Former reservoir and artificial lake along Wildcat Creek.
Kent: Reservoir in western Marin County formed by the construction of Peters Dam across Lagunitas Creek.
Kern: Small swarthy one, also a term for a lightly armed soldier.
Kibbie: Lake lies in the Yosemite National Park.
Lago: A simple but absolutely unique name.
Laguna: Natural intermittent lake straddling the Sonoma-Marin county line.
Leavitt: Lake named after Benjamin Hanson Leavitt, a pioneer rancher and lumberman.
Loon: Reservoir in the El Dorado National Forest of El Dorado County.

Merritt: Boundary gate; little renowned one; star of the sea.
Miller: One who grinds grain.
Moon: The Earth's only natural satellite, cold, silver and bright.
Morena: Brown-haired, of spanish origin.
Morris: Dark-skinned, Moorish.
Munz: lake located directly on the San Andreas Fault in the Angeles National Forest in Los Angeles County.
Mystic: Ephemeral lake in the San Jacinto Valley of western Riverside County.
Pardee: Reservoir named after George Pardee, a prominent Progressive Era politician.
Perris: Artificial lake completed in 1973.
Petaluma: small man-made lake located about 5 miles northeast of Petaluma in Sonoma County.
Prado: Reservoir in northwestern Riverside County and southwestern San Bernardino County.
Rainbow: Symbol of hope and of ethnic and gender-preference tolerance.
Rector: Reservoir in Napa Valley which is located to the northeast of Yountville.
Sabrina: In Celtic legend, Sabrina was the character who gave her name to the river Severn.
Silver: Name of the precious metal.
Spaulding: Dam in Nevada County.
Stafford: Ford by a landing place.
Summit: Lake in the Lassen Volcanic National Park of Shasta County.
Toluca: Private natural lake which is fed by the Los Angeles River.
Topaz: Birthstone for November.
Vernon: Alder grove.
Waca: Cackcountry lake in the Desolation Wilderness, lies just south of Lake Aloha. 

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