Musical Baby Names

Musical baby names can be soothing, lyrical, rhythmic, rousing, and melodious. Here, some musical baby names you might want to consider.
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  • Allegro

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    ALLEGRA is a delicate ballet-dancer name; ALLEGRO, which means a fast-paced movement in music, is stronger and more vibrant. Read More 

  • Alto

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    With its musical allusions, a harmonious possibility.  Read More 

  • Arabesque

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    Fanciful, edging toward bizarre.  Read More 

  • Aria

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    The light and airy Aria is an operatic choice moving quickly up the charts and also a current favorite on Nameberry. Aria entered the list in 2000 and has risen since then to the Top 50. Televisi... Read More 

  • Banjo

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    When actress Rachel Griffiths chose this highly unusual name for her son, many assumed it was a bizarre invention. But a noted Australian poet (Griffiths is an Aussie) is known by this name.  Read More 

  • Bell

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    These days, it's more likely you'd call your daughter the popular Belle or Bella. Read More 

  • Brio

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    Musical term with a lot of energy. Read More 

  • Cadence

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    The musical word name Cadence, barely heard a few years ago, seemed to come out of nowhere to zoom up the charts. Some might see it as a trendy feminine relative of the popular Caden. Kadence and ... Read More 

  • Cadenza

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    Cadenza takes the popular CADENCE and gives it a more operatic flourish. Read More 

  • Calliope

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    Calliope is the name of the muse of epic poetry -- and also the musical instrument on the merry-go-round. Bold and creative, it would not be the easiest name for a girl lacking such qualities.  Read More 

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