Gracious Names That Mean Gift

Baby names meaning gift might reference your child being a gift from God or from the universe, a gift for your family or for the world. A name meaning gift might also imply the gifts your child may receive from God, nature, and from his or her loved ones. And of course, a perfect name is the most important gift you can give your child.

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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 

  • 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 

  • 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 

  • Bogdan

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    Funny, you don't sound Russian. Read More 

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  • Cadeau

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    Cadeau puts a decidedly exotic twist on the word name trend, but don't be surprised if you encounter ponies and poodles with the same moniker. Read More 

  • Callidora

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    An extremely rare name of Ancient Greek origin which could be a novel way to Callie. There is a minor Harry Potter character by the name: Callidora Black (later Longbottom).Read More 

  • Darina

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    Darina comes from the Slavic element "dar" which means gift; the name is found in Czech, Bulgarian, and Slovak cultures and translates easily for English speakers. Darina may also be an... Read More 

  • Diarra

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    Diarra has a pretty sound and a nice meaning, but we could see it leading to possible teasing re association with a certain digestive problem. Read More 

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