Names That Mean Luck

Baby names meaning luck may not be enough on their own to bless your child with good fortune, but as they say, it couldn't hurt. Names meaning luck or lucky or fortunate include a wide range of different styles and include names with luck-related meanings as well as word-names that literally mean luck. Names for a lucky baby can also be related to good luck charms, like four-leaf clovers or the number seven.

  • Arianwen

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    Rarely heard outside of Wales, Arianwen is one of many pretty wen-ending names prominent in ancient Welsh legend.Read More 

  • Arledge

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    Stiff and formal surname. Try Roone instead. Read More 

  • Arley

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    Sounds a bit like Harley pronounced with a cockney accent. Read More 

  • Asher

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    Asher -- an excellent, soft and sensitive Old Testament choice -- is a baby boy name on the rise, and is a Nameberry biblical favorite. Asher's... Read More 

  • Ayan

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    Ayan is an African name heard for both sexes.Read More 

  • Barack

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    The name of the 44th president, which he inherited from his Kenyan father, is related to the Swahili word "baraka," meaning "blessing," derived from the Arabic "baracka." It is linked, through the... Read More 

  • Barbeau

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    How to spruce up Fisher or Beau? This French surname-name might be an option for a parent unafraid of the exotic. The names derives from Barbel, a type of fish, which is how it became a surname... Read More 

  • Beata

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    Beata, a Latinate saint's name, has been widely used primarily by Roman Catholics in several European countries, but is rarely heard in English-speaking countries. Playground alert: could be... Read More 

  • Beatrix

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    Beatrix, has a solid history of its own apart from Beatrice, with that final x adding a playful, animated note to the name's imposing history. It has been largely associated with Beatrix (born... Read More 

  • Benedetto

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    This Italian form of Benedict sidesteps the Benedict Arnold association that still clouds the English version. Read More 

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