Names That Mean Moon

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  • Fenrir

    The name Fenrir is a boy's name meaning "fen-dweller". The name of a monstrous wolf in Norse legend, who kills the god Odin and is then killed himself by one of Odin’s sons. Harry Potter... Read More 

  • Ferdinand

    The name Ferdinand is a boy's name of German origin meaning "bold voyager". Ferdinand, a traditional name in the royal families of Spain and a handsome young prince shipwrecked on Prosper's... Read More 

  • Francisco

    The name Francisco is a boy's name of Spanish, Portuguese origin meaning "Frenchman or free man". Francisco is one of the more popular Read More 

  • Galatea

    The name Galatea is a girl's name of Greek origin meaning "she who is milk-white". This name's meaning derives from the material from which the mythical sculptor Pygmalion chiselled his ideal... Read More 

  • Galileo

    The name Galileo is a boy's name of Italian origin meaning "from Galilee". The name of the great Renaissance astronomer and mathematician would make a distinctive hero-middle-name for the son of... Read More 

  • Grove

    The name Grove is a unisex name meaning "grove of trees". If you find Grover too fusty and furry, this is a much cooler-sounding alternative. Read More 

  • Hecate

    The name Hecate is a girl's name . In Greek mythology, Hecate is associated with witchcraft and magic. The name may mean "willpower" or "far-reaching". She was often associated with the moon and... Read More 

  • Helene

    The name Helene is a girl's name of French origin meaning "bright, shining one". Whether it's pronounced with an "een" or an "aine" or an "enn" sound at the end, Helene doesn't feel as current... Read More 

  • Indu

    The name Indu is a girl's name of Hindi origin meaning "moon". Indu is truly unusual, but shares sounds with more popular choices like India and Indigo. Other moon names to consider: Luna,... Read More 

  • Io

    The name Io is a girl's name of Greek origin. Io may be one of the slightest names in the book, but there aren't many two-letter names with as much substance as this Greek mythological example. ... Read More 

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