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Libra Baby Names

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Libra is symbolized by scales in astrology, making balance and harmony an ideal theme for names for Libra babies.

Libra is the seventh sign of the zodiac, so any names related to that lucky number count as Libra baby names. Names for a Libra baby might be inspired by its associated flowers, roses and daisies, or names that mean air, a nod to its element, air. Libra is ruled by the planet Venus, so any names connected to the goddess of love would be appropriate for a baby Libra.

Consider some of these amazing names for Libra babies if you are expecting a little Libra of your own, born between September 23 and October 22. You may also want to explore our wider list of Names for Autumn Babies.

Names for Libra Babies

  • Abraxas

    Abraxas is a sci-fi-sounding name with earthly possibilities, but some playground challenges.

    Abraxas has a long and convoluted history, dating back to ancient Egyptian mythology and... Read More 

  • Adelaide

    Adelaide is now heading straight uphill on the coattails of such newly popular sisters as Ava, Ada, and Audrey, and in the company of Adeline and Amelia. It was chosen by actress Katherine Heigl... Read More 

  • Aine

    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 

  • Alaina

    Alaina, part Alana and part Elena and maybe also a little bit Elaine, is one of the many feminine forms of Alan (or its French form Alain) that have grown in popularity over recent decades,... Read More 

  • Alexandria

    Alexandria turns Alexandra into a more distinctive place-name, in both Egypt and Virginia.Read More 

  • Alfred

    Alfred is up off his recliner! If you're looking for a path to Fred, you can go directly to Frederick or take the long way around with the so-out-it's-in-again Alfred. Alfred is quite popular in... Read More 

  • Amaya

    The Spanish form of Amaya is both a given name and a surname, originating from the Spanish mountain and village of Amaya. In this context it means “mother city” or “the capital.” Amaya can also be... Read More 

  • Anthony

    Anthony is derived from the Roman family name Antonii, and was initially used as Antony, without the “h.” The name evolved into Anthony in the 17th century, when it was speculated that it derived... Read More 

  • Aphrodite

    The name of the Greek goddess of love has rarely descended to mortal use, though the Roman equivalent Venus, thanks to tennis star Williams, now seems completely possible. But with the new fashion... Read More 

  • Arthur

    Arthur, once the shining head of the Knights of the Round Table, is, after decades of neglect, now being polished up and restored by some stylish parents, emerging as a top contender among Read More 

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