Spiritual Baby Names

Spiritual baby names suggest qualities we'd all like our children to aspire to and fit our new definition of cool. While they seem as if they can work for both genders, most spiritual baby names have been veering toward the feminine side. A few, such as Trinity, Destiny, Sky, and Genesis, are already staples on the girls' popularity lists. Here, some spiritual names that might be right for your baby.
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  • Prudence

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    Prudence, like Hope and Faith, is a Puritan virtue name with a quiet charm and sensitivity that is slowly returning to favor, though it hasn't yet registered on the charts. The White Album Beatles... Read More 

  • Serenity

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    Serenity's a pretty virtue choice, though the more conventional Serena works just as well.  Read More 

  • Sky

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    Sky is an ambigender nature name that was first legitimized as the character of Sky Masterson in the 1950 musical Guys and Dolls , played in the film version by Marlon Brando. It's a name we apprec... Read More 

  • Spirit

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    Spiritual names -- Peace, Destiny -- are becoming more popular, but this may be taking it too far.  Read More 

  • Tarot

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    A psychic mystique clings to this name of cards used in fortune-telling.  Read More 

  • Trinity

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    Bounded up the charts after the release of The Matrix , whose heroine was named Trinity. Despite Trinity's spiritual meaning and euphonic sound, it's far from unique.  Read More 

  • True

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    Many parents seeking a return to more basic values and a simpler lifestyle are turning to such virtuous girls' names as Grace, Faith, and Hope, but the few that can be used for boys as well, such a... Read More 

  • Trust

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    Like True, a virtuous word name, but a little more awkward. In Trust we trust.  Read More 

  • Zen

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    A spiritual word name used by actor Corey Feldman for his son.  Read More 

  • Zion

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    Zion has taken off in recent years, especially after singer Lauryn Hill used it for her son in 1997. It combines a user-friendly Ryan-Brian sound with the gravitas of religious significance. The He... Read More 

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