Baby Names That Mean Peace

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  • Placido

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    Opera star Domingo was responsible for giving this popular Latin name its green card. It was commonly used by early Christians to convey their serenity in the faith, and it was borne by several... Read More 

  • Salama

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    The three soft a's make for a calm and rhythmic name, though some risk of salami jokes. Read More 

  • Salamon

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  • Salem

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    Salem is a biblical place name in Canaan, as well as that Massachusetts town with its witch-trial associations. But it does have a peaceful meaning and pleasing sound. Read More 

  • Salima

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    Very popular throughout the Arab world. Read More 

  • Salome

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    Salome was a Biblical dancer whose unseemly story involving John the Baptist's head on a platter has in the past made parents shy away from her name, but the stigma is definitely fading.... Read More 

  • Serena

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    Serena, a name used since Roman times, was given fresh life by tennis star Williams, and then again with the leading character on Gossip Girl, Serena van der Woodsen. There have also... Read More 

  • Serenity

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    Serenity's a pretty virtue choice, ranking in the Top 75 in 2015, after entering the Social Security list in 1997. It was also the title of the 2005 movie spinoff of the Joss Whedon TV show... Read More 

  • Shalom

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    Supermodel Shalom Harlow glamorized this name, which is heard as a greeting every day in Israel. Read More 

  • Shalom

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    Familiar as the most common form of greeting in Hebrew, but also associated with top female model Shalom Harlow. Read More 

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