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Names That Mean Fire

Baby names that mean fire are a diverse group, working for both girls and boys, from a range of cultures ancient and modern, representing different feelings and styles. Fire names might literally mean fire or fiery or blaze or sun, or be the names of gods or goddesses of fire or the sun, or have other fire-related associations. Names with fire meanings can work for babies born under the zodiac fire signs of Aries, Leo, or Sagittarius. Baby names that mean fire include the following.

  • Aarush

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    An arresting Indian name used enough in the US to make it onto the Top 1000 list in 2010 and 2015.Read More 

  • Agni

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    One mythological name that might not be fit for a modern boy, at least in the Western world.Read More 

  • Aidan

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    Aidan is an appealing Irish saint's name that zoomed up the popularity lists, jumping four hundred places in a decade to a peak of 39 in 2013 before slumping down. Though it has been overtaken by... Read More 

  • Aiden

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    Aiden has been a spectacular name success story--especially if all its various spellings were to be added together. Aiden cracked the Top 10 in 2010 and remained there until 2013 when it dropped... Read More 

  • Aithne

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    This soundalike for the famous volcano, Mount Etna, is far more unusual and less attractive than its male equivalent, Aidan. Read More 

  • Akosua

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    The Akan people of Ghana and the Ivory Coast frequently name their children after the day of the week they were born and the order in which they were born. Most Ghanans have a name using this... Read More 

  • Alinta

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    This Noongar girls’ name has a dainty sound that belies its fierce meaning and could easily cross over into the American or European context.Read More 

  • Alinta

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    This Noongar girls’ name has a dainty sound that belies its fierce meaning and could easily cross over into the American or European context.Read More 

  • Anala

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    Indian choice in step with American styles. Read More 

  • Anatole

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    Anatole is one of the unique boys' names with an exotic-ish feel but an uncertain provenance. While it's Greek in origin, it is associated more closely with France. Only six baby boys were named... Read More 

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