Names That Mean Baby

  1. Bambi
    • Origin:

      Diminutive of Bambina, Italian
    • Meaning:

      "child; baby girl"
    • Description:

      Although Disney's cute deer was a male, Bambi has always been used for girls. It first appeared on the charts in 1943, the year after the Disney movie was released. Bambi featured in the Top 1000 from 1954-1964 — a decade where girl names ending in I, like Lori and Teri, were big — and again from 1977-1982.
  2. Khadija
    • Origin:

      Arabic
    • Meaning:

      "premature child"
    • Description:

      The Prophet Muhammad's first wife and the first convert to Islam, and a very popular name in the Muslim community. It ranks in the Top 200 girls' names in France, Italy and England & Wales (alongside variant Khadijah just below the Top 200).
  3. Mab
    • Origin:

      Irish, English
    • Meaning:

      "intoxicating"
    • Description:

      An Anglicized form of Medb borrowed by both Shakespeare and Percy Bysshe Shelley for the of queen of the fairies. Perfect if you want something both adventurous and simple.
  4. Kessie
    • Origin:

      African, Ashanti
    • Meaning:

      "chubby baby"
    • Description:

      Kessie is cute but slight.
  5. Osman
    • Origin:

      Arabic
    • Meaning:

      "baby bustard"
    • Description:

      Its most famous bearer was Prince Osman the First, founder of the Ottoman Empire.
  6. Ceren
    • Origin:

      Turkish
    • Meaning:

      "baby gazelle"
    • Description:

      Ceren is an excellent cross-cultural Turkish choice, bearing resemblance to names like Serena and Seren. In Turkey, it refers to a baby gazelle and was most common among Gen Z. At its height, Ceren ranked at Number 15 on the Turkish charts in 2006.
  7. Buğra
    • Origin:

      Turkish
    • Meaning:

      "baby camel"
    • Description:

      Turkish boy name with an adorable meaning.
  8. Usdi
    • Origin:

      Cherokee
    • Meaning:

      "baby"
    • Description:

      Your baby won't be a baby forever, but if you call her Usdi, she actually can.