Baby Names That Mean Love

Baby names that mean love hail from a range of different cultures with the unifying theme of a love -- and lovely and loving -- meaning. And what could be a more wonderful meaning for a name than love?
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  • Adelpha

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Seriously classic name with lovely meaning, but might be too close to the corporate Adelphia. Read More 

  • Ahava

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    A soft and lovely Hebrew name with an equally lovely meaning. Variations include Ahavah, Ahaba, Ahabah, Ahuva and Ahuvah.Read More 

  • Aiko

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Aiko is a very common Japanese name with a lovely meaning that is rarely heard outside the Asian community. Pronounced ah-ee-ko.Read More 

  • Aimee

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Amy was a 1970s favorite, and French spelling Aimee peaked in the same decade. Read More 

  • Amadeo

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    See AMEDEO. Read More 

  • Amanda

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    After a long run as the prettiest senior in class, this romantic name has lost some of its glossy sheen, though it's still quite lovely and well used. Amanda was one of the romantic-sounding names... Read More 

  • Amara

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Strong, attractive, stylish, and multicultural this name is also the Esperanto form of Mary--in the misbegotten language that was once the hope for a completely international form of... Read More 

  • Amias

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    Amias or Amyas is an obscure name with an attractive sound and feel and a lovely meaning. Though it might sound like a Biblical name, it is not, but is a surname that may be related to Amadeus or... Read More 

  • Amoris

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    This Latin word for love is not traditionally used as a name, but why not? It's got a pretty sound and some distinctive flair. Variants Amori or Amorie can also be thought of as different... Read More 

  • Amy

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Amy was second only to Jennifer for the whole decade of the 1970s and, though far less used for babies today, remains a short, sweet Little Women-style classic. When asked which seventies... Read More 

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