Capricorn Baby Names

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Names for Capricorn babies may be inspired by Capricorn’s status as an Earth sign of the zodiac and so might include names that mean earth.

Capricorn’s astrological symbol is the goat, so related names like Giles and Capella would work well as Capricorn baby names.

Also included are names related to Capricorn’s properties, such as its color, silver, and flower, Snowdrop. If your baby is going to be born under the Capricorn sign of the zodiac, any of these names would be very fitting for your little goat.

  • Adam

    Adam -- a primal Old Testament name -- was revived as a 1960s cowboy name. Adam is not as popular as it once was and feels ready for a respite, replaced by newer A names like Aidan/Aiden, Avery... Read More 

  • Aegis

    Often found as a brand name in the hi-tech and industrial worlds. Read More 

  • Afra

    Earthier version of the name of England's first female professional writer, Aphra Behn. Read More 

  • Aja

    Sounds like and is often confused with Asia, though it has an air of retro cool via the seminal Steely Dan album. Read More 

  • Argento

    A more distinctive alternative to Angelo. Read More 

  • Arianell

    This early Welsh saint's name is unusual and lovely, waiting to be discovered. Saint Arianell was a member of the Welsh royal family who was possessed by a spirit which was exorcised by Saint... Read More 

  • Arianwyn

    A mouthful. Variation Arianell might be slightly more user-friendly. Read More 

  • Avani

    A name often heard in India, with an energetic sound and an ecologically correct meaning.Read More 

  • Baize

    This fabric word name would be a one-of-a-kind. Read More 

  • Bartlett

    This one may well be an undiscovered choice for many parents - it has a fabulous meaning, a sturdy surname-name appeal that is very on trend right now and several great namesakes including the... Read More 

  • Bowie

    Baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn put this name in play as a first name, but David Bowie (born with the considerably less marketable moniker of David Robert Jones) dyed it blond and gave it... Read More 

  • Capella

    Capella, the eleventh brightest star in the sky, carries much mythological and astrological significance. In Roman mythology, Capella represented the goat that suckled Jupiter, whose horn became... Read More 

  • Cheever

    Cheever has a nice, cheery sound, literary ties to novelist and short writer John Cheever and also, sideways, to the Edward Arlington Robinson narrative poem "Miniver Cheevy," as well as a... Read More 

  • Cherith

    One of the rarer names to come from the Bible, Cherith has a fresh and modern sound despite its ancient roots. Cherith was the name of the stream that kept Elijah alive during the three years'... Read More 

  • Damek

    Damek, which you might think of as Adam with a Slavic accent, considerably freshens up the original. Read More 

  • Decimus

    Decimus is one of the Roman numeral names used in large Victorian families--in this case for the tenth child. It is now seeing some new life thanks to the cutting-edge fashion for ancient Roman... Read More 

  • Demeter

    Demeter, the Greek goddess of grain, agriculture, and the harvest, growth and nourishment, was Zeus's sister and Persephone's mother. Variation Demetria is the full name of actress Demi Moore.... Read More 

  • Denzel

    This old Cornish name took on a whole new identity via Denzel Washington, who has inspired several thousand namesakes. The actor was named after his father, who was named for a Dr. Denzel, who... Read More 

  • Dhara

    An exotic take on Dara. Read More 

  • Dion

    In ancient Greece, a student of Plato; in modern America, a cool guy. Read More 

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