Fruit Baby Names

Fruit baby names have come to the fore as a new species of nature names thanks to Gwyneth Paltrow's little Apple Martin. Exploring further, here are some of today's possible fruit baby names.

  • Aeron

    Aeron was possibly a minor Celtic god of war. Read More 

  • Alani

    One of those names you may not even be aware of if you haven't been paying attention to recent naming trends, Alani was given to more than 700 baby girls in the US in one recent year, to be the... Read More 

  • Almila

    This pretty Turkish nature name is borne by actress Almila Bagriacik, who has appeared in various German films and TV series.Read More 

  • Anara

    Anara is a name that strikes a perfect balance between simple and exotic. It's easy to understand and pronounce for a Westerner, and yet it's highly distinctive, used for only 17 girls in the US... Read More 

  • Anzu

    A representative Japanese name with a meaning symbolizing ripeness. Read More 

  • Apple

    When people talk about unique baby names, Apple is often one of the first examples they mention. Apple made international headlines when Gwyneth Paltrow chose this wholesome fruit name for her... Read More 

  • Apricot

    A very unique fruit name heard more often on peachy-colored dogs than on baby girls.Read More 

  • Avalon

    Avalon, an island paradise of Celtic myth and Arthurian legend--it was where King Arthur was taken to recover from his wounds-- and also the colorful capital of the California island of Catalina--... Read More 

  • Bay

    One of the most usable of the pleasant, newly adopted nature/water names (like Lake and Ocean), especially in middle position.

    There was a character named Bay Kennish on the show... Read More 

  • Berry

    If not for Motown founder Berry Gordy, this name would now be totally in the girl group. Read More 

  • Bethany

    Bethany is a lyrical name that still strikes many parents as a fresher, more substantial substitute for the overused Brittany/Brittney or the more antiquated Beth.

    In the New... Read More 

  • Bramble

    Related to blackberry plants and colloquially to any thorny shrub, Bramble also has history as an English surname.Read More 

  • Cerise

    Infinitely preferable to the tease-inspiring English version of the word. Read More 

  • Chamomile

    A daisy-esque flower, although chamomile is much more commonly associated with the tea that's made from it.Read More 

  • Cherry

    With other fruity names like Clementine, Olive and Plum ripe for the picking, sweet Cherry remains remarkably underused: just 27 baby girls received the name in 2017, down from 343 at its peak in... Read More 

  • Citron

    A Gallic twist on a word or nature name, which has a nice lemony feel. Read More 

  • Clementine

    Clementine is a Nameberry favorite that has finally broken back into the US Top 1000 after more than half a century off the list. Still, its style value may mean there are more Clementines than... Read More 

  • Crispin

    Crispin, which was introduced into the mainstream by actor Crispin Glover and which means "curly-haired" in Latin, has an image very much like its first syllable: crisp, autumnal, and colorful. ... Read More 

  • Danner

    The authentic pronunciation brings it perilously close to Donna, but most English-speakers would rhyme it more attractively with tanner or manner. A nature name for boys that's both unusual and... Read More 

  • Fig

    Fig was the unlikely name of a beautiful character in Curtis Sittenfeld's Man of My Dreams. Better bets: Plum, Quince, or even Apple. Still, you might consider Fig as an unusual... Read More 

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