Baby Names That Mean New Beginnings

These are baby names that mean newness, freshness and dawn, in various cultures.
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  • Amaryllis

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    If you're looking for a showier flower name than Lily, but staying in the same botanical family, you might consider Amaryllis, which is not as outre as it might at first sound. It was used in... Read More 

  • Aurora

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    Aurora, the poetic name of the Roman goddess of sunrise whose tears turned into the morning dew, and of (Disney's) Sleeping Beauty, would be sure to make any little girl feel like a princess. ... Read More 

  • Beeja

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    Rhythmic and exotic. Read More 

  • Dagny

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    If you're looking for a name with Scandinavian roots, this would make a stronger and more appealing import than Dagmar. With its meaning of "new day," it could make an ideal choice for a girl born... Read More 

  • Idona

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  • Mika

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    Multicultural name that has the shiny sparkle of the metallic mica. Read More 

  • Nasima

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    Associated with a spring festival, this exotic name is used by both Muslims and Christians. Read More 

  • Navin

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    Would fit right in with the currently popular in/an/en/on-ending boys' names. Read More 

  • Neo

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    This nouveau name of Keanu Reeves's character in The Matrix has not enjoyed the same burst of popularity as its female counterpart, Trinity, but it definitely sounds, well, newer. Neo... Read More 

  • Neoma

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    A rare name, which may also be a variation of Naomi, that had a flurry of usage in the first four decades of the twentieth century, reaching Number 664 in 1907.Read More 

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