Goddess Baby Names

Goddess names, the names of mythological figures from all over the world, seem more baby appropriate now that ever, with the rise of ancient Roman names and the discovery of many antique choices. Baby names for your own little goddess might include the following.
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  • Belinda

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    Belinda, cousin of Linda and Melinda, is experiencing a resurgence and gained 112 spots in 2013 to reenter the Top 1000. In Babylonian mythology Belinda was the goddess of heaven and earth, and th... Read More 

  • Brigid

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    Brigid is the simpler Irish version of the name of the goddess of fire, which may also be spelled Brighid. Other variations include Bridget, the most usual spelling in the U.S., and the French Bri... Read More 

  • Calypso

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    This hyper-rhythmic name has two evocative references. In Greek mythology, she was an island nymph, a daughter of Atlas, who delayed Odysseus from returning home. It is also a genre of West Indian... Read More 

  • Ceres

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    Little known name of the goddess of the harvest, a possibility for the parent seeking something original, but with the aura of Roman myth. Her Greek counterpart is Demeter.  Read More 

  • Ceridwen

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    Celtic goddess of poetry, though less-than-poetic name.  Read More 

  • Chandra

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    Name last groovy when incense and meditation were hot new concepts.  Read More 

  • Chloe

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    Considerably more dynamic than most of the other Greek-based romantic literary names of the seventeenth century, Chloe is a pretty springtime name symbolizing new growth, though by no means as fres... Read More 

  • Concordia

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    This name of the goddess of peace creates a lovely ideal.  Read More 

  • Cora

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    Cora is a lovely, old-fashioned name -- Cora was a daughter of Zeus and Cora Munro is the heroine of The Last of the Mohicans (in fact James Fenimore Cooper probably invented it for his 1826 novel)... Read More 

  • Cybele

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    Cybele, the name of a Greek goddess of fertility, health, and nature, would unfortunately and undoubtedly be confused with Sybil. Read More 

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