Hottest Summer Baby Names
Summer’s about two things: hot weather and water. So, we’ve put together sizzling summer baby names for your new arrival.
Summer Baby Names for Girls
To start with we have this name that means ‘flowing like water’ in Turkish. Interestingly, it’s also a tribe in Andaman islands.
In Hawaiian, it translates to ‘sea.’ By the way, KAIA is an acronym for King Abdulaziz International Airport, Saudi Arabia’s primary international airport.
This pleasant-sounding Hawaiian name represents ‘sea and sky.’
In African-Mende, this popular name means ‘small bird.’
If you love swimming, you might be drawn to Lana. In Hawaiian, it translates to ‘bouyant, to float.’ Your daughter will have American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey as her namesake.
This Old Greek name is a variant of Nerina which means ‘sea nymph.’
In Latin, this unique name represents ‘sea sprite.’ A sprite is a mythical creature similar to a fairy that lives by water.
This female counterpart of Ray just reminds us of sunshine though it means ‘ewe’ in Hebrew.
This name comes from Yiddish and translates to ‘rose flower.’
This name comes from the English word ‘savanna’ which is a wide grassland area.
Another unique summer baby name making the list is Zephrine. This name has its roots in English and means ‘breeze.’
Summer Baby Names for Boys
We included this name in the list since summer means longer days. But in English, it means ‘dairy town.’
In English, this occupational name translates to ‘fisherman.’
While this can be a brand baby name, it actually means ‘shallow river crossing’ in English.
Another name that’s perfect for summer is Elio which in Old Greek represents ‘sun.’
Like Elio, this unique Sanskrit name also means ‘sun.’ Ravi is also a Hindu sun god who is often depicted holding a sunflowers and riding a chariot with seven horses.
In Old Greek, this one-of-a kind name translates to ‘sun.’