20 Baby Names That Mean Charming

Charming means having delightful characteristics, and a charming baby is attractive, irresistible and aims to please. Charming baby names have a beautiful sound to them, and they are absolutely attractive, look great on a resume and sound sweet.


If you are searching for some charming baby names for your little future charmer, you could check out these 20 baby names that mean charming. They are not so popular or super unusual, but they are pleasing to your ears.They are just charming and sweet.

Adele

Adele is a girl's name of Old German origin, and the meaning of Adele is "noble kind; noble, soft, tender". Adele is an ancient name popular in medieval Europe because of the fame of a seventh-century saint, a daughter of the Frankish king Dagobert II.


Blake

Blake is a unisex baby name of Old English origin, and the meaning of Blake is "black; pale, white". Originally a nickname for someone with hair or skin that was either very dark or very light.

Bonnie

Bonnie is a girl's name of Scottish origin, and the meaning of Bonnie is "fine, attractive, pretty". Commonly used as a fond nickname. Scarlett O'Hara's daughter by Rhett Butler was named "Bonnie Blue".

Bryn

Bryn is a unisex baby name of Welsh origin, and the meaning of Bryn is "hill, mount". Place name used as a Christian name in the 20th century.

Caroline

Caroline is a girl's name of Old German origin, and the meaning of Caroline is "free man". A stately diminutive with royal connotations, brought to England by George II's queen in the 17th century. The name has a formal, aristocratic, old-fashioned aura.

Charis

Charis is a girl's name of Greek origin, and the meaning of Charis is "grace". In mythology, Charis was a reference to the Three Graces, symbols of womanly beauty, charm, and inspiration. The graces were Aglais (brilliance), Thalia (flowering), and Euphrosyne (joy).

Clementine

Clementine is a girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Clementine is "merciful". The Clementine fruit got its name from Father Clement Rodier, who bred it in 1902. There is also a well-known song called "Oh My Darling Clementine".

Elodie

Elodie is a girl's name of French origin, and the meaning of Elodie is "marsh flower; foreign riches". Originally a Visigothic name from ali meaning "foreign", also found in Eleanor, and od meaning "riches, blessings".

Everest

Everest is a boy's name of Old English origin. Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world, was named for a 19th-century surveyor of India, Sir George Everest.

Gwyneth

Gwyneth is a girl's name of Welsh origin, and the meaning of Gwyneth is "happiness". Its use in the English-speaking world seems to have been due to the popular novelist Annie Harriet Hughes whose pen name was Gwyneth Vaughan.


Lucy

Lucy is a girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Lucy is "light". Lucy is a bossy little girl in Charles Schulz's popular "Peanuts" comic strip.

Maxwell

Maxwell is a unisex name of Old English origin, and the meaning of Maxwell is "Mack's stream". Lance Armstrong chose it for his son. There was a sharp and unexpected gender switch when both Jessica Simpson and Lindsay Sloane both chose it for their daughters.

Noah

Noah is a boy's name of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Noah is "peaceful". Also possibly "long-lived", "comforter", or "wanderer". In Biblical, Noah was the patriarch survivor of the Great Flood who drifted in the ark for 40 days of rain.

Paxton

Paxton is a boy's name of Old English origin, and the meaning of Paxton is "Poecc's settlement". Place name that may also derive from the Latin "pax", meaning "peace", and the Old English "tun", meaning "settlement".

Stella

Stella is a girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Stella is "star". Mostly literary use until the 19th century, when the name became popular. Linked in most minds to the movie "A Streetcar named Desire", where Marlon Brando bellowed "Stella!"

Sylvester

Sylvester is a boy's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Sylvester is "of the woods". The name is associated with a cartoon cat in modern times. In the 1935 movie Sylvia Scarlett, the young Katharine Hepburn disguises herself as a boy named Sylvester until she meets Cary Grant.

Talia

Talia is a girl's name of Hebrew and Aramaic origin, and the meaning of Talia is "heaven's dew; lamb". Talia is also a short form of Natalia.

Vincent

Vincent is a boy's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Vincent is "prevailing". Its most notable bearer was Vincent Van Gogh, a major Post-Impressionist painter.

Violet

Violet is a girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Violet is "purple". One of the earliest flower names, Shakespeare used the Latin form Viola for the enterprising heroine in "Twelfth Night".

William

William is a boy's name of Old German origin, and the meaning of William is "determined protector". From wil meaning "will", "desire" and helm meaning "helmet", "protection". William has remained a royal name in the UK for nearly one thousand years. There are tons of worthy namesakes called William, including William Shakespeare, Bill Gates, and four U.S. presidents.

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