Heavenly Baby Names

We've brought heavenly angel names for your little cherub down to earth, from biblical messengers to guardian angels.

  • Kemuel

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    If you're seeking a biblical name somewhat similar to the popular Samuel but way more distinctive, this could be the one. Read More 

  • Laila

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Exotic and lovely, Laila is one of the lilting variations of Leila and Layla. It's the name of the former-boxer daughter of Muhammad Ali and of actor Shawn Wayans.Read More 

  • Michael

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    Michael was the Number 1 American boys' name for almost half a century. Now, though, Michael has moved down to eighth place among baby boy names,... Read More 

  • Rabia

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Thought to be one of the ten angels who accompanies the sun on its daily course: a lovely image redolent of mythology.Read More 

  • Rafaela

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Spell it Rafaela (Spanish), Raffaella (Italian), Rafaela (German), or Raphaela (Hebrew), this is a euphonious and lovely name with a dark-eyed, long-flowing-haired image, which is, like Gabriella... Read More 

  • Raphael

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    Raphael is a romantic archangel name that sounds both artistic and powerful. Raphael is also a great cross-cultural choice, with significance for people with both Latinate and Jewish roots, plus... Read More 

  • Seraphina

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Seraphina is one of the most-searched name on Nameberry, yet is not quite yet in the overall U.S. Top 1000 — though we predict it won't be long before it will be solidly among its ranks. The... Read More 

  • Uriel

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    It's the name of an Old Testament archangel that's symbolically given to boys born during Chanukah, but the possibility of unsavory nicknames (urinal?) make the short form Uri a better bet. Read More 

  • Yael

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Yael is an Old Testament name often heard in Israel that could work well here: just remember that it's pronounced with two syllables...it is also spelled Ya'el. In the Bible she was a Kenite woman... Read More 

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