Names That Mean Blessed

Baby names meaning blessed and names that mean blessing may have a religious connotation to you or may simply mean gifted in any number of ways. Blessed is a meaning fitting names of different origins and styles for both girls and boys. Along with names that mean blessing, blessed or bless, we also include here names that mean gift. Names meaning blessed include the following.

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  • Anjali

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    This Indian name meaning gift or offering feels familiar via sound-alikes Angela or Angelina, and made a brief appearance on the U.S. Top 1000. Anjali is a pretty route to a name that's at once... Read More 

  • 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 

  • Artemas

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    This name has a nice mythological, historical, Three Musketeers-ish ring. Read More 

  • Artemesia

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    Derived from Artemis, the name of the Greek mythological goddess of the moon and hunting, Artemesia has a couple of notable associations, among them a fourth century Queen of Caria who was... 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 

  • Avu

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    An appealing Hindi name borne by Mindy Kahling's architect father Avu Chokalingam.Read More 

  • Ayaan

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    This name directly translates to the way most parents feel about their sons. It's rising quickly in popularity, along with many other names from the Indian subcontinent.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 

  • Baraka

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    Its resonant rhythm and positive connotations have led to some popularity with African-American parents, though it tends to have a masculine feel, particularly considering the rise of a certain... Read More 

  • Baruch

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    Think of this as the Hebrew equivalent of Benedict or Benito; best for observant Jews. Read More 

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