206 Inspirational Baby Names That Mean Hope

Names meaning hope appeal to many parents searching for a name for their baby. Baby names that mean hope reflect the optimism we're filled with for our children's and our family's futures. The baby names here either mean hope in various cultures or symbolize hope. We also include names with meanings related to hope: newness, rebirth, light, sun, butterflies, daisies, spring, and the color green. If you're looking for a name meaning hope for your baby girl or baby boy, browse this list.

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  • Aaron

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    Aaron has been in and around the Top 50 for nearly half a century at this point, and is still an attractive, timeless choice. The softness of Aaron's initial double vowel gives it an appealing... Read More 

  • Aarush

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    An arresting Indian name used enough in the US to make it onto the Top 1000 list in 2010 and 2015.Read More 

  • Abner

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    This neglected Biblical name--it was the name of the commander of Saul's army and appears twice in the New Testament--is ready to flee Dogpatch. It was regularly used in the nineteenth century,... Read More 

  • Ailana

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    A very unusual name in Finland, Ailana is nevertheless accessible to the English speaker. A more widely-used and similar name in Finland is Aila.Read More 

  • Aileen

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    Irish Aileen continues to be more popular than Scottish Eileen, both have gotten more popular in recent years. Nicknames for Aileen include Isla, Lee and Lina.Read More 

  • Aine

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    More commonly seen here as Anya, this traditional yet unique Irish name belonged to the queen of the Munster fairies and is sprinkled throughout Irish folklore as an early Celtic goddess of summer... Read More 

  • Aisling

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    Aisling is currently a very popular Irish name for girls. Pronounced variously as ASH-ling, ASH-lin or ash-LEEN, it was... Read More 

  • Akosua

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    The Akan people of Ghana and the Ivory Coast frequently name their children after the day of the week they were born and the order in which they were born. Most Ghanans have a name using this... Read More 

  • Albert

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    Albert has acquired a new gloss as one of the top royal baby boy names, a serious upgrade from its serious, studious image (think... Read More 

  • Alberta

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    This jazzy old name could make a comeback, the way Josephine and Ella have. In England the name was popularized by Queen Victoria's daughter Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, after whom her... Read More 

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