200 Unique And Meaningful Non-religious Or Atheist Baby Names

Atheist baby names could be your jam if you don’t believe in God. Religious or traditional names are winners as they always top the baby naming trends. But what about parents who don’t want their child’s name associated with a religion? What if they desire something different, secular, and non-conforming?

According to Pew Research Center’s reports, the number of atheists and agnostics in the United States is constantly increasing. From five to eight percent in the 1980s, the percentage has risen to sixteen percent. In fact, by 2050, it is anticipated to be 25%.

Choosing a suitable, non-religious name might be challenging because most traditional names are linked to religion, whether through definition, origin, or direct affiliation. On the other hand, this post is here to make your job a little easier. We’ve put together a list of sweet baby names unrelated to any religion or mythology.

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Atheist Or Non-Religious Baby Names For Girls

1. Acadia

This woodsy name is like a breath of fresh air. It means ‘idyllic place’.

2. Acajou

Acajou, the reddish brown color name, may translate to cashew in French, but is actually the wood of the mahogany tree. Perfect choice for a nonbeliever or heretic.

3. America

This place name is derived from the Latin word Americus and means ‘new word’.

4. Anique

If you want a cosmopolitan name for your daughter, Anique should be the one for you. It means ‘grace’ in Hebrew and ‘apricot’ in Japanese.

5. Arcadia

This beautiful name is associated with the simple joys found in pastoral life. It means ‘pastoral simplicity’.

6. Aria

Aria, meaning ‘air’, has jumped into the top 50 list, all because of the “Game of Thrones” effect.

7. Arizona

This evocative southerner name was picked by Art Alexakis, the Everclear frontman recently. Arizona means ‘little springs’.

8. Armona

This Hebrew origin name, meaning ‘chestnut brown’, is the name of a place in California.

9. Asta

This beautiful Scandinavian name signifies the most powerful emotion in the world, ‘love’.

10. Auburn

This attractive color name, straight out of the color box, is usable for both the genders.

11. Avery

Avery has experienced a meteoric rise since the 1990s. It means ‘ruler of elves’.

12. Azure

Wouldn’t it make a lovely name for a blue eyed girl. In the Middle Ages, azure, the stunning blue shade was used widely in the medieval art.

13. Beatriz

We feel, Beatriz, meaning ‘bringer of happiness’, would also make a lovely secular name for your daughter. It is most suitable for a freethinker.

14. Bela

Bela is a Hawaiian version of the Latin name Bella and means ‘beautiful’.

15. Birdie

Birdie would make a cute nickname for your daughter.

16. Blossom

The 90s parents will surely love this sunshine name. It means ‘fresh’.

17. Briar

Too bad the meaning of Briar, ‘a thorny patch’, does not sound as beautiful as the name.

18. Brooke

Brooke, meaning ‘stream’, is now associated only with girls, thanks to Brooke Shields.

19. Brooklyn

Brooklyn is no longer just the name of a New York borough. It’s now considered one of the trendiest baby girl names.

20. Brycin

This Celtic name is sensible, strong, and unique. It means ‘bright strength’.

21. Calla

If Lily isn’t your cup of tea, pick Calla, which literally means ‘beautiful’

22. Capri

Capri is an Italian name, meaning ‘fanciful or unpredictable’. The only catch is that it could be associated with women’s garment.

23. Carson

Carson, meaning ‘child of Carr’, was originally used for boys, but is used for both genders now. Rationalist parents might just love this name.

24. Carys

Carys is a beautiful and rhythmic Welsh name, meaning ‘love’.

25. Chelsea

The name Chelsea is taken from the Old English word, which means ‘a landing place for limestone’.

26. Clementine

Clementine isn’t just the name of sweet oranges. It’s a feminine form of Clement and means ‘gentle’ in Latin.

27. Coco

Naming your daughter after fashion brand is not as outlandish as it may seem. Courtney Cox also named her firstborn daughter Coco.

28. Coral

Color names, especially Violet, have been in vogue since time immemorial. It’s time to shower some love on coral as well.

29. Dakota

Dakota is taken from a Native American word, where it’s the name of a group of tribes.

30. Dale

This moniker is best known for its association with cowgirl Dale Evans. Dale means ‘valley’.

31. Dallas

This Scottish name, meaning ‘from the field with the water’, is a major city in Texas.

32. Danica

Danica is a Hebrew name, meaning ‘morning star’. Dany would be the best nickname for Danica.

33. Darren

The Irish name, meaning ‘little great one’, was once a popular nontheistic boy name, but works better on girls now.

34. Deanna

This lovely name, meaning ‘valley’, was picked by James Brown for his daughter.

35. Delta

Oozing Southern charm, this moniker was picked by Dax Shepard for his daughter. It means ‘born fourth’.

36. Deryn

Deryn is an atheist baby name meaning bird

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Even though Deryn, meaning ‘bird’, was popular in the 50s, it sounds way less dated than Robin.

37. Dimona

If you want a directional baby name that’s not too much in the face, pick Dimona, which means ‘south’.

38. Dune

Dune is a beachy name with sci-fi connection. You can also opt for its alternate spelling, Doon. It means ‘From Doon’.

39. Duscha

Happiness is all we want for our children. So pick the Russian name Duscha, which means ‘happy’.

40. Eartha

If you want to establish a connection between your daughter and the world she’s in, pick the name, Eartha. It means ‘earth’.

41. Ellis

This sparingly used name, meaning ‘benevolent’, would make an ambisexual alternative to Ella.

42. Emma

What could be more secular than a name that means ‘universal’. Emma is a popular name in Hollywood, and this is where many parents take inspiration from. Relating to this, an anonymous blogger and a new mother named her daughter Emma. She says, “For some reason, I’ve always loved the name Emma. And Emma Stone was one of my favorite actresses. So I decided to give her the first name Emma (i).”

43. Eshe

Eshe is an exotic and uncommon Swahili name, meaning ‘life’.

44. Felora

Hawaiian name Felora is definitely a better alternative to Flora.

45. Fern

This attractive botanical name is very soon expected to move to the top of the list.

46. Finley

Finley, meaning ‘fair warrior’, is a fitting name for girls of today’s generation.

47. Gaia

This Greek word for ‘earth’ would make an utterly adorable name for your daughter.

48. Gemma

A lovely gemstone name with an equally beautiful nickname option, Gemma means ‘gem’.

49. Grande

Exactly what your life should be! Grande is an Italian name, meaning ‘large’.

50. Hayley

Hayley, meaning ‘from the hay meadow’, was previously used for boys, but is now more common for girls.

51. Hiva

Hiva, a Polynesian name, meaning ‘a song to sing’, will appeal to musical parents.

52. Illana

It may not sound, but Illana means ‘oak tree’. A perfect interfaith baby name in our opinion.

53. Ireland

It may sound unusual, but Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger recently picked his name for their daughter. An excellent way to pay homage to your native Ireland.

54. Isla

Isla, meaning ‘island’, is the name of a Scottish river. It’s one of the ten names in Scotland and England.

55. Ivy

This old-fashioned botanical name is trending upwards ever since Jay-Z picked it for his daughter.

56. Juniper

Modern parents prefer this tree name for its fresh feel. Juniper means ‘evergreen’.

57. Kaiya

A beautiful Japanese name, meaning ‘forgiveness’, it will make a perfect pick if you want a cross-cultural name for your daughter.

58. Kendall

This unisex surname turned name refers to a river in England.

59. Kimberly

This English surname relates to a South African village or meadow.

60. Kyle

The name Kyle has been quite popular in modern ties. It means ‘a narrow channel or strait’.

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American professional stock car racer and founder of Kyle Busch Motorsports, Kyle Thomas Busch is a popular namesake.

61. Lake

This refreshing water name came into the mainstream via actress Lake Bell. It means ‘someone living by the stream’.

62. Lapis

Lapis is an exotic name derived from the gemstone lapis lazuli.

63. Lark

After Raven and Robin, Lark is getting well-deserved attention. You can use this ‘songbird’ name as a nickname for your little girl.

64. Lilah

This sensual name of Arabic descent captures the beauty of the night. The final ‘h’ in this name meaning ‘night’ creates a perfect balance.

65. Lindsay

Lindsay is one of our favorites on the list. It means ‘island of linden trees’.

66. Lorelei

Lorelei is believed to be the beautiful siren in the German legend who sat on the rocks in the Rhine River and sang to the sailors. Lorelei means ‘temptress’.

67. Macy

Macy isn’t just the name of a chain of department stores. It’s a cute French name, meaning ‘weapon’.

68. Magnolia

We find Magnolia as an exotic, lush, and ultra-feminine baby name.

69. Mala

Mala is another appealing Hawaiian name, meaning ‘garden’.

70. Malea

This Hawaiian name sounds very pretty. It means ‘probably or perhaps’.

71. May

There can be no better example of a non-religious baby name than this one. You can either pick its straightforward spelling May or tweak it for Mae.

72. Meadow

Meadow is an atheist baby name

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You cannot get a more peaceful name for your daughter. It’s also borne by late Paul Walker’s daughter. It means ‘grassy field’.

73. Morela

This moniker drips with sweetness. Morela is a Polish word for ‘apricot’.

74. Morena

Morena, meaning ‘brown’, is hugely popular in Argentina, where it’s on the top ten list.

75. Mura

This Japanese name, meaning ‘village’, has a strong potential to make a mark on the other side of the globe.

76. Murphy

This surname/name, popularized by Nolan’s masterpiece “Interstellar”, means ‘hound of the sea’.

77. North

We had to include this directional name in the list, after all, it was picked by Kanye West and Kim Kardashian.

78. Olive

This moniker is inspired by the olive tree. It was picked by high profile celebs like Isla Fisher and Drew Barrymore.

79. Paige

Paige is a variation of the French male name Page, but is never really used for boys. It means ‘attendant’.

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American singer-songwriter Paige Lewis, American professional golfer Paige Mackenzie, American actress Paige Davis, and American cartoonist Paige Braddock are some popular bearers of this name.

80. Pearl

A gemstone name as precious as your daughter would be.

81. Poppy

We love the spunk of this Latin floral moniker.

82. Rayna

This interfaith name has been popular ever since it came into existence. It’s a Czech variation of Catherine and means ‘pure’.

83. Robin

Sorry boys! Robin now belongs to girls. This chirpy bird name has consistently made a spot in the top 1000 list. It is sure to appeal to unbelievers.

84. Ruby

Naming your darling daughter after a precious stone is the best way to go global.

85. Rue

If you’re a “Hunger Games” fan, you recognize this name as a minor character from the film. It means ‘street’ in French.

86. Sasha

This cool name with Russian origin would go well with both the genders. It means ‘defender of mankind’.

87. Savannah

Savannah is exotic in the truest sense. It means ‘from the open plain’. Quite an appealing name for the skeptics.

88. Scout

Scout, meaning ‘to listen’, was the name of a young heroine in “To Kill a Mockingbird”.

89. Serene

We think Serene is an absolutely lovely name to bestow on your daughter. And it isn’t very common too! Serene means ‘calm’.

90. Shannon

A truly rocking inter-faith name inspired by a river of Ireland. Shannon means ‘wise river’.

91. Sienna

Do you know how Sienna got its name? It’s because sienna is an earth pigment produced in the region.

92. Sierra

This southern American place name sounds simple, yet dignified.

93. Snow

If you’re a lover of winter months or if your little one is due in December, you can pick Snow for her.

94. Soleil

All thanks from Soleil Moon Frye for bringing this unusual name to the mainstream. It means ‘sun’.

95. Sorrell

This moniker, with its soft, autumnal vibe, can be used for both the genders. It means ‘reddish brown’.

96. Summer

Since the temperature is rising for seasonal names, how about picking Summer as a name for your daughter?

97. Taylor

This moniker is changing tides. It was used for boys earlier, but is now a girls’ favorite. It means ‘tailor’.

98. Terra

This moniker, with its back to earth appellation, would make a nice alternative to Terry. It means ‘earth’.

99. Texas

If you want a distinctive name for your daughter, pick the eclectic name Texas, which means ‘friends’.

100. Vienna

Vienna sounds great as both given name and surname. It means ‘from wine country’.

101. Waverly

Waverly, meaning ‘from the aspen tree meadow’, is another lovely non-religious baby girl name.

Atheist Or Non-Religious Baby Names For Boys

102. Ace

Who’s the number one boy in the world? Ace! Ace is a short and sweet Latin name, meaning ‘one or unity’.

103. Adrian

If you have roots in Adria, you can name your son Adrian, which means ‘from Adria’.

104. Alistair

Alistair is the sophisticated English name and means ‘defending men’.

105. Archer

Kind, strong, and romantic are things that come to our mind when we think of this name. It means ‘bowman’.

106. Aspen

The name of the world class ski resorts has seen a major peak in popularity. Aspen means ‘trembling’.

107. Bandit

Bandit is an outright daring, mysterious, and adventurous baby boy name. This occupational name was used by one of the members of My Chemical Romance for his daughter. But it’s essentially a baby boy name.

108. Bay

Bay is inspired by the water body

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Bay, meaning ‘berry’, is a refreshing take of the water names like Lake or River.

109. Birch

This name will appeal to nature loving antitheist parents.

110. Blaine

Blaine is associated with the seventh century Scottish saint and means ‘slender or angular’.

111. Blair

This one will never go out of style. It means ‘battlefield’ in Scottish and ‘from the plain lands’ in English.

112. Blaise

Its connection with the word name Blaze makes it look and sound very fiery. Blaise means ‘to lisp’.

113. Branch

Sports fans will associate this name with Branch Rickey from the world of baseball.

114. Bronson

Bronson, meaning ‘son of the brown-haired’, is climbing its way up the popularity chart.

115. Bronx

How about naming your son after one of the boroughs in New York?

116. Bruno

Bruno, meaning ‘brown’, is widely popular in the US, and a fragment of its popularity goes to Bruno Mars.

117. Calvin

This quirky name got a fashionable edge via its association with Calvin Klein. The meaning ‘bald’, may not be very pleasant, though.

118. Camden

Camden, meaning ‘from the winding valley’, also happens to be a place name in London.

119. Canyon

Canyon is one of the new entries to the irreligious boy names list. Its German meaning is ‘Schlucht’.

120. Chester

This top name from the years 1880s to 1930 sounds both cuddly and quirky. It means ‘fortress’.

121. Clark

If you want a short, but strong and global name for your son, pick Clark, which means ‘scholarly’.

122. Clay

Clay is an earthy, single-syllable charming name with a roguish image. This Teutonic baby name means ‘mortal’.

123. Clyde

This tiny name is identified with River Clyde running through Glasgow in Scotland.

124. Cody

Cody, meaning ‘descendant of CUIDIGHTHEACH’, is a namesake of several celebrity sons, including Robin Williams’.

125. Cooper

Cooper, meaning ‘barrel maker’, was popularized by the most well-known geeks of this generation, Sheldon Cooper.

126. Cormac

Cormac, meaning ‘charioteer’, sounds both upbeat and offbeat. It was heard in “Harry Potter” movies as well. Remember, Cormac McLaggen.

127. Crane

The bird name Crane originated as a surname, but is now considered an intriguing first name.

128. Curtis

In a world where chivalry and politeness are vanishing with every passing day, it would be a great idea to pick the name Curtis for your son. It means ‘polite’.

129. Dante

Dante is the short form of the medieval name Durante and means ‘enduring’.

130. Denver

Apart from meaning ‘green valley’ in English, Denver is also the name of the capital of Colorado in the U.S.

131. Eamon

This Irish name, popularized by the Irish President Eamon de Valera, means ‘wealthy protector’.

132. Easton

Easton is a stylish directional name that is climbing in popularity. It means ‘belonging to the East’.

133. Edwin

Even though Edwin is a little less popular than Edmund and Edward, it has always managed to make a place in the Social Security Administration list. It means ‘wealthy friend’.

134. Fallon

Fallon is a cutting edge Irish name, meaning ‘leader’. An interesting name for an apostate couple to consider for their child.

135. Felix

Nothing can explain the happiness you feel on seeing and holding your baby in your arms for the first time. But a part of it can be elucidated by naming your son Felix, which means ‘happy or fortunate’.

136. Flint

Meaning ‘born near the outcrop of flint’, this moniker was hugely popular in the 60s and could make a comeback soon.

137. Forest

Forest, or its spelling variation Forrest, has several secular and nonreligious takers.

138. Frazer

While Frasier is its more common version, thanks to the television series “Frasier”, we find Frazer more usable. It means ‘strawberry’.

139. Gallant

Another macho naming option for your son – Gallant means ‘courageous’.

140. Gardener

This occupation name could be considered by parents who are into gardening.

141. Garrett

If you want something along the lines of Gerard, you can pick Garrett, which means ‘spear strength’.

142. Garth

Garth is an unusual Scandinavian name and means ‘keeper of the garden’.

143. Gefen

Gefen means vine

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Gefen is a soft and pleasant nature inspired name, meaning vine.

144. Glade

This beautiful, leafy name is waiting to be discovered. So why don’t you set-off the trend? It has the trendy ‘ade’ sound as well. Glade means ‘smooth or shining’.

145. Graham

This smooth and sophisticated English name is beginning to catch on big in the US. It means ‘gravelly homestead’.

146. Gypsy

We love this name for the laid back feel it exudes. It means ‘wanderer’.

147. Hawk

Hawk, referring to the majestic eagle, would make a fierce, yet amiable name for your son.

148. Hawthorne

Another unique naming options – Hawthorne means ‘lives where hawthorn hedges grow’.

149. Heath

Heath is a pleasant and distinctive secular baby name, meaning ‘the heathland dweller’. And who wouldn’t know Heath Ledger?

150. Henry

A name with royal cred, Henry means ‘estate ruler’.

151. Howard

Howard, meaning ‘high watchman’, was once an English surname of a powerful family.

152. Indigo

Indigo is the latest name inspired by color and it’s religion-neutral Indian baby name. We love every bit of it. It means ‘Indian dye’.

153. Kai

Meaning ‘the sea’, Kai would make a lovely name for parents into surfing.

154. Killian

Killian is an exotic, powerful, and unique Celtic name meaning ‘blind’. Pick it if you’re not much bothered with meanings.

155. Kingston

This place name, meaning ‘from the king’s village’, has a stately air to it.

156. Larkin

Larkin is an Irish name, meaning ‘fierce’.

157. Legend

On of the strongest names in our opinion, Legend is derived from Latin word ‘legere’ and means ‘to be read’.

158. Leo

This strong and friendly name, meaning ‘lion’ would make a lovely pick for your son.

159. Lionel

Lionel, meaning ‘young lion’, has several nonconformist takers in English and Latin speaking countries.

160. Lynx

If you want something unique, fierce and wild for your son, pick Lynx, the name of the wildcat.

161. Marseille

While Marseille, the name of a city in France, was traditionally picked for girls, it’s beginning to be used for boys as well.

162. Marsh

This gentle, secular name for a baby boy, meaning ‘someone living in a marsh’, sounds way better than the dated name Marshall.

163. Mason

Mason is a straightforward occupational name, meaning ‘stone worker’.

164. Miller

This moniker, referring to the ‘person who operates the mill’, is quite popular as a name.

165. Milo

A favorite with the celebrities. Milo is a variation of the English name Miles and means ‘soldier or merciful’.

166. Moss

We feel Moss would make a lovely variant of Moses. It means ‘someone living by a bog’.

167. Ocean

This hippy, dippy name is flowing back into the realm of possibility.

168. Orion

We love this name for its association with space and the cosmos. Orion is the name of the brightest constellation in the sky.

169. Owen

After jumping over 300 places in a decade, this Celtic name is expected to grow even higher. It means ‘young warrior’.

170. Pax

Pax was practically unheard of before Angelina Jolie picked it for her son. It means ‘peace’.

171. Pedro

Pedro is a form of Peter and means ‘a rock’.

172. Phoenix

The name Phoenix is associated with a place in Arizona and the name of a bird that rises from its ashes.

173. Quade

Quade is a Latin name, meaning ‘the fourth born’.

174. Quincey

Quincey, the Roman clan name, can be used for both girls and boys now. It means ‘fifth’.

175. Reed

Reed is the name of the plant used to make musical instruments. This elegant and silvery name means ‘red-haired’.

176. Rex

Meaning ‘mighty counselor or ruler’, Rex would make an impressive name for your son.

177. Rhys

Rhys is the traditional version of the Welsh name Reese and means ‘ardor’. It’s a high ranking name in Scotland, Ireland, and England.

178. River

This cousin name of Ocean entered the top 1000 list in the year 1994.

179. Rocket

Nerds or geeky parents would adore this hip name.

180. Ryder

Ryder is a cool variant of Rider and means ‘horseman’

181. Sawyer

This moniker, meaning ‘woodcutter’, instantly brings to mind the lovable lead character from the book, “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”.

182. Shale

Meaning ‘stratified’ rock, Shale could make an edgy, but sweet name for your son.

183. Sherman

Sherman is an occupational name meaning ‘shearer of woolen cloth’.

184. Skye

Skye is inspired by the sky

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A modern name which refers to both nature and a technological phenomenon, Skye means ‘sky’.

185. Slate

This moniker brings to mind the modern stepping stones. And it’s also on the rise, along with Steel and Stone.

186. Smith

Smith comes from an Old English word ‘smythe’ and means ‘to strike’.

187. Soren

Soren is a unique, yet attractive Danish name, meaning ‘strict’.

188. Spencer

Spencer, meaning ‘keeper of provisions’, shares association with famous actor Spencer Tracy.

189. Stewart

Stewart, meaning ‘steward’, is an ancient Scottish surname, which is know more popularly Stuart.

190. Stone

This tough guy name may have sunk from sight, but isn’t totally unfashionable.

191. Storm

Windswept and dramatic word name Storm is used more as a surname than a first name.

192. Theia

A name with a strong scientific connection, Thea is the name of the protoplanet that collided with Earth and formed the moon.

193. Travis

Travis, meaning ‘from the big town’, was picked by Kevin Bacon for his son. Even Bacon would make a cool name, right?

194. Ulric

Ulric is a charming German name, meaning ‘strong willed’.

195. Vale

This geographical name, meaning ‘a type of valley’, can be used for both girls or boys.

196. Walter

A favorite with the Normans, Walter, meaning ‘army ruler’, came into forefront via the popularity of “Breaking Bad”.

197. Warren

After being in limbo for years, Warren is now all set for the revival. It means ‘park keeper’.

198. Wayne

Wayne is an English surname that refers to a water crossing.

199. Wolf

A badass animal name for your little one.

200. Wren

Wren, one of the fastest rising names of the 2010s, would make a lovely alternative to Robin.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Are there any specific characteristics or meanings associated with atheist baby names?

A variety of meanings and qualities can be found in atheist baby names. Those influenced by nature, stars, and science might attract atheist parents. For instance, names like Aria, which signifies ‘air,’ Dale, meaning ‘valley,’ Bay, representing ‘berry,’ and Danica, which stands for ‘morning star,’ show a link to the world around us and foster a sense of awe and exploration.

2. What are some atheist baby names that focus on positive attributes, ethics, or virtues?

Parents of different beliefs, including atheists, often look for names with good meanings and values for their children. Therefore, names carrying positive attributes such as Finley, which means ‘fair warrior,’ Clementine, meaning ‘gentle,’ Duscha, signifying ‘happiness,’ or Ellis, which stands for ‘benevolent,’ could capture the attention of atheist parents.

If you happen to be someone who’s not too religious, and would prefer a name for your baby that is somewhat more helpful, this is the right place for you. The list of atheist baby names given above are quirky, fancy and have lovely meanings attached to them. As most names happen to be derived from religious representation, choosing a not-so-religious name for your little one could get difficult. Now that you’ve read through our list, you must’ve got an idea of the kind of options you have. Make the most of it and opt for the most suitable and beautiful name for your adorable baby.

Discover More Names

When you have to choose a name for your baby, a few hundreds of names may not be just enough. Keep digging our mine of baby names until you find that one precious gem.

Infographic: Meaningful Non-Religious Or Atheist Baby Names

If you are the kind of parent who does not want to give their baby a name associated with religion or God, then we have the correct list for you. Read on to find an infographic that contains a list of baby names that are non-religious and have beautiful meanings attached to them.

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Key Pointers

  • Atheist and non-religious names for babies can be inspired by science, nature, and philosophy.
  • America, Ireland, Arizona, and Brooklyn are a few interesting choices inspired by locations for atheist baby names.
  • A few non-religious names inspired by nature are Storm, Wolf, Skye, and Ocean.

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Arshi Ahmed did her graduation from Shri Shikshayatan College, Kolkata, and post graduation in English from Lovely Professional University. With nearly four years of experience, she specializes in writing baby names articles as she loves to help new parents find a name for their child.

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