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Names That Mean Freedom

Baby names meaning freedom might inspire your child to reach for the stars, liberating him or her to be whatever she chooses. Free or freedom or liberation or adventure is a positive name meaning, underscoring your belief in your child's free will and unlimited destiny. There are names that mean free for girls and boys, as well as names with freedom meanings that are gender neutral. If you're interested in a name that means freedom, you can find one in any style and with many origins. Charles and Francis and their variations are the most widely-used names meaning free, but there are also many selections beyond them. Browse our collection of names that mean free or freedom.

  • Abrial

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    This unique baby name is stronger, more distinctive than April or Avril. Read More 

  • Amadi

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    Though this is traditionally a male name, it can work for a girl in our culture. Might also be considered a short form of the Italian Amadea.Read More 

  • Amadi

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    This name from the Igbo language of Africa, which feels like the more-familiar Arabic Ahmad, might be an original and attractive choice.Read More 

  • April

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    Once the most popular month names, April has been overtaken by June (for girls) and August (for boys), as well as the charmingly old-fashioned May. Literary reference: the heroine of the book and... Read More 

  • Armani

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    Although this is catching on along with other brand names, we think it's better to use a personal family name than to appropriate Giorgio's. Read More 

  • Blythe

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    Blythe embodies a cheerful, carefree spirit and could be the next Blair/Blaine/Blake/Brett/Britt, with the advantage that it's clearly pink. It joins other other light-hearted names for girls:... Read More 

  • Carl

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    This no-nonsense German variation of Charles is strong and still well used, but lacks much sensitivity or subtlety; the Latin forms have far more energy. Read More 

  • Carla

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    While Charlotte and Caroline are considered stylish and classic members of the Charles family, this somewhat severe Germanic form is fading. It reached its apex at Number 76 in 1965.Read More 

  • Carleton

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    Carleton has a great meaning behind it, and should really have more popularity than it has found to date. You can shorten it to Carl or keep it upscale and formal in the longer form. Baseball Hall... Read More 

  • Carlo

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    Energetic Italian classic that would blend with a surname of any ethnicity. Read More 

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