Vampire Baby Names

vampire baby names

Even vampire babies need names, and some name-thirsty nameberryans are only too ready to conjure up some Gothic choices.  Over on our message boards under Name Games, check out the Halloween-appropriate game: Name that Vampire Family.

The game and the names are hilarious….yet also strangely appealing. (Hmmmm, my teeth have been looking a little sharp lately, and I find myself feeling bizarrely most awake around midnight.)

Check the boards for our visitors’ vampire name ideas.  Some Halloween-themed additions of our own, to bestow upon a child at your own peril:




























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Lola Says:

October 31st, 2008 at 9:31 am

Hey! Lucretia’s in my working list! I have her on there for Lucretia Mott, a hero of mine. the thought of Lucreziaorgia doesn’t bother me the slightest bit, I think she got a bum rap by the guys writing History!

Lenore, Ophelia, Perdita, Isolde & Phaedra are other favorites on my lists (not the working one though, the sound, meaning and/or assocation sort of renders them a bit less usable for me).

On the boys side, Boris is gorgeous, when said properly. bah-EES and I’d use him myself if I could guarantee the pronunciation I prefer. Bram’s been a favorite forever (thanks to Bram Stoker & Dracula, we’re HUGE Dracula buffs!) and Lazarus goes on and off my lists. I love his sound but don’t know how he’d go over in my neighborhood (where things like Phineas, Vanya, Stanley, Brian & Byron are heard for boys) maybe I should ask around? 🙂

Tikicatt Says:

October 31st, 2008 at 11:48 am

Hey Pam – once more you hit on one of my cat’s names. Leopold – he was rescued from the shelter as Mr. Kilmouski – but Leopold sounded “Polish” enough to be his first name. Mr. Kilmouski is so formal. I don’t see Leoplod as a vampire name – but Lucien or Lucius definitely.

susan Says:

November 18th, 2008 at 3:36 pm

I’m so happy you love the vampire game. I just notice this article. My favorite vampire names are Leopold and Lenore. But vampire babies need at least two or even three middle names so they sound extra noble and can live in a big, black castle. Why is this vampire style so appealing? Maybe because it’s fun to not take ourselves so seriously. I’ve got to say that Scarlett is a very clever vampire name! I especially love Night, too! Vampire names would be adorable for black kittens with huge, unblinking green or gold eyes. We named our black kitten Cairo Jones which is not a vampire name but it is awfully cute.

EvanescenceDolly Says:

June 18th, 2009 at 2:19 pm

I love vampires! Their so noble and sleek 😉 Also the name Belladonna could be really good! Its another name for the posion nightshade berry 😀 Love it!


Ash Says:

July 17th, 2009 at 7:02 pm

I love the name Scarlett for a vampire baby! It’s posotively adorable. I like the entire list- although I think Ash could be for a girl too [[just look at my name!]]

Aida Says:

January 30th, 2010 at 10:33 pm

We Named our 3 ALL black cats Ouija Wicca & Magick !!!!

George Says:

February 17th, 2010 at 11:47 pm

You write some very good blogs. I always check back here often to see if you have updated.

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