135 Baby Names That Mean Moon, For Girls And Boys

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The word ‘Moon’ derives from ‘moone’ or ‘mone. These words, inturn, originated from the Old English term ‘mona’. The word Luna is also used for moon.

Earth has a single moon, but there are other planets which have more than one. The moon is a wonderful celestial object emanating light in the darkness and cycling through different stages while blipping around the earth. It has inspired mankind since the dawn of time. The size, shape, position and patterns are so beautiful that it prompted the birth of gods and goddesses and made people worship it in the ancient times. So could there be any better inspiration for your baby’s name than this celestial object? We have compiled an extensive list of names that mean moon or alluding to its gods and goddesses. Check them out below!

Names Meaning Moon For Boys

1. Aadhira

The word means moon in the Hindi language. The name Aadhira can be used as a boy’s or girl’s name. It is usually used as a girl’s name in Bengali, Punjabi, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam, and Gujarati languages.

2. Abylay

Abylay finds its roots in the Kazakh language. The name means ‘father of the moon.’ The land of Kazakhstan lies between Europe and Asia. Thus, the name could be appropriate for a child reflecting diverse cultures and family heritage.

3. Aegaeon

It is the name of one of Saturn’s moons. According to Greek mythology, Briareus was an extraordinarily strong giant with 1000 arms and 50 heads. The Gods called him Briareus while the mortals called him Aegaeon. In Greek, the name literally means ‘goatish’ or the ‘stormy one.’

4. Agharna

Agharna is a Sanskrit name that means the moon. This is an uncommon name, making it a unique choice for your baby boy.

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5. Aibek

If you want an exotic name for your baby boy, go for Aibek. It is a combination of the Turkish words ‘aye’ and ‘beg’, which means ‘the master of the moon’.

6. Aku

Aku is a Babylonian mythological name of the Moon god. This quiet and understated name could come back as double syllable baby names are picking popularity.

7. Annigan

According to Inuit mythology, Annigan means the moon. Malina is the name of the sun and the sister of Annigan. Annigan is said to chase his sister Malina, the sun, across the sky. Malina holds a bright torch while Annigan holds a dimmer one. The story goes as, when Annigan catches Malina, an eclipse occurs.

8. Arche

Arche is the name of a moon orbiting Jupiter. But people might mistake it for Archie from the Archie comics.

9. Atlas

Atlas is the teeny tiny (well not so tiny), smooth-surfaced moon of Saturn. Actress Anne Heche made it famous by naming her son Atlas Tupper.

10. Apollo

According to Greek mythology, Apollo was the God of beauty, art, medicine, law, music, wisdom, and prophecy. The NASA Apollo Program organized man’s first landing on the moon. Therefore, this is a ‘moon’ name and a great choice for a baby’s name.

11. Astennu

The meaning of this Egyptian name is ‘god of the moon’. The name Astennu was the most popular in 1971 when it reached the #321st spot.

12. Aytaç

Aytaç finds its origins in Turkish and means moon or crown. In Turkey, this is a masculine as well as a feminine first name. It is also used as a family name.

13. Ayberk

This Turkish name means high moon. Ayberk is also said to mean ‘lightning-like brightness of the moon.’ The name denotes someone bright and strong.

14. Badar/Bader

Badar is a lovely Arabic name, meaning ‘full moon’. This strong name carries a romantic image.

15. Badru

Badru is an Egyptian name, meaning ‘born during the full moon’. In the 1800s and 1900s, the name Badru was so popular that some parents started using it even for their baby girls.

16. Bahloo

Originating from the Australian Aboriginal people, Bahloo means a ‘moon man.’ In one mythical story, Yhi, the sun, tried to court Bahloo, but he refused, and this is why the sun always chases the moon across the sky.

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17. Balachandra

Balachandra is a traditional Hindu name, meaning ‘young moon’. The popularity of this name has been decreasing. So shorten it to Bala if you want to give a familiar name to your child.

18. Caliban

Caliban is the name of a moon that orbits the planet Uranus. This name was created by William Shakespeare. In his play ‘The Tempest,’ Shakespeare named the witch Sycorax’s son Caliban. There is also a Marvel character by this name.

19. Chan

The name Chan is a Sanskrit word for ‘moon’. So your little one will be radiating his charm wherever he goes.

20. Chandrakant

Chandrakant is a Sanskrit name, meaning ‘shining moon’. In the Hindu mythology, Chandrakanth is the name of a moonstone created by moonlight. You can even shorten it to Chandra, another Sanskrit name, meaning ‘moon’.

21. Dal

The term Dal is a Korean name and means moon. Dal is also an Indian term for dried split pulses.

22. Dawa

Dawa is a Tibetan name, which means month or moon. This name is usually given to a child born on a Monday. In Tibet, the name is used for both boys and girls. This name is also found in the regions of Sikkim, Ladakh, and Bhutan.

23. Deimos

The name Deimos originates from Roman mythology. Mars was the Roman god of war, and Aries was his Greek equivalent. The two moons around the planet Mars were given the name Deimos and Phobos, which were also the names of the twins of Aries. In Ancient Greek, Deimos means terror.

24. Elatha

According to Irish mythology, Elatha is a moon god. He was the king of the Fomorians, who were a hostile supernatural group. The imagery of this beautiful-sounding name suggests that he was a moon god.

25. Esmeray

Esmeray is a name of Turkish origin. The literal meaning of this word is ‘dark moon.’

26. Getsumei

A Japanese name, Getsumei, means moonlight. Like most Japanese names, the meaning of this word is based on the kanji combinations.

27. Günay

Günay is a gender-neutral name belonging to Turkish lands. The name is a combination of gün, meaning sun, and ay, meaning moon. It refers to the moon as seen during the day.

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28. Hang

If you are an Asian, or want names with an Asian touch, go with Hang. It’s a Vietnamese name, meaning ‘moon’.

29. Hilal

The meaning of Hilal is ‘new crescent moon’. This Arabic name has a regal ring to it, which makes it very popular with Arab parents.

30. Himanshu

Himanshu is another popular Hindi name, meaning ‘moon’. The name immediately brings to mind Himanshu Chatterjee, the Bollywood hero.

31. Iah

In Egyptian mythology, Iah was the name of the moon god, who was later identified as Thoth.

32. Io

Io, the name of the most volcanic moon in the solar system, will make a great nickname if your child is named Antonio, Amelio or Octavio.

33. Ilkay

The Turkish have a special affinity with the moon. They have plenty of baby names meaning moon and Ilkay is one of them. It comes from the words ‘ilk’, which means ‘first’ and ‘ay’, which means ‘moon’

34. Janus

Janus is the name of one of the moons of Saturn. The name comes from the Roman god with two heads. This classic Roman name was familiar for thousands of years and was also favored by kings and saints. The month of January is also named after Janus.

35. Jericho

Jericho is the name of an Israeli city mentioned several times in the Old Testament. The name Jericho is related to the Hebrew word ‘yareach’, which means the moon.

36. Kale

Kale is the name of one of the moons orbiting Jupiter. The name Kale is a version of Charles and comes from the Old English word ‘ceorl’, which means ‘free man’.

37. Koray

Koray is one of the most meaningful and rhythmic Turkish baby names. It means ‘ember moon’. The name is famous in Turkey, but has now started to make its way to the West as well.

38. Kuu

Another gender-neutral name, Kuu is the Finnish word for moon. Kuu is usually more common as a middle name than a first name.

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39. London

In English, the name London means ‘fortress of the moon’. London is a unisex name, but would suit boys more than girls.

40. Luan

This unusual boy’s name has many meanings along with many origins. In Portuguese, the name Luan means ‘moon.’ In Albanian, the name means ‘lion,’ while in Gaelic, it means ‘warrior’ or ‘hound.’

41. Mani

Mani is an Old Norse name, meaning moon. Mani is also a Norse God. In Sanskrit, the word means jewel and finds reference in the Mahabharata as the name of a serpent.

42. Marama

Marama is a Polynesian mythological name of the moon god. It is the Maori word for moon. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Marama is one of the rarer names of this set. That’s because Maori is not a widely spoken language. The Maori people are indigenous to New Zealand and the language is rarely heard outside the country. It is pronounced as ‘Mah-rah-mah.’

43. Mahrukh

The name Mahrukh originates in Africa and means ‘face of the moon’. It comes with an appealing and usable nickname Mahru.

44. Mayank

Mayank is one of the hugely popular Hindi names meaning ‘moon’. This name traveled from the ancient Sanskrit scribe of the classical names and went on to become a hot pick with the Indian parents.

45. Mayar

Turkey is home to some of the most attractive baby names. Mayar, meaning ‘moon glow’, is one of them.

46. Meztli

Meztli is a Nahuatl name for ‘moon’. This name is currently on the 170th spot in its region, but is expected to reach greater heights soon.

47. Muraco

This American name means ‘white moon’. This name will sound cute even when used for a girl.

48. Nanna

In Sumerian mythology, Nanna is the name of the moon god and the son of Enlil. His symbol is a crescent. Nanna was also known by the name ‘Sin’, which means ‘wisdom’.

49. Neil

Is there anything cooler than being named after Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the surface of the moon? This name peaked in the 1950s and is still going strong.

50. Oberon

Oberon is the large moon of Uranus, named after the King of Fairies in Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream. If you want to give the name a unique twist, call him Auberon. It has the same meaning and pronunciation but is spelled differently.

51. Proteus

Proteus is one of Neptune’s moons. This name is strong and powerful, exactly what you want our son to be when he grows up.

52. Pulan

Pulan is a Chamory name meaning ‘moon’. The name has a jazzy edge and would appeal to non-traditional parents.

53. Purnama

The name Purnama originates in the Javanese language and means ‘full moon’. Purnama was once a prominent name in Indonesia and India and is expected to make a comeback soon.

54. Qamar

Qamar is an Arabic name and means ‘moon’. This name sounds appealing because of its similarity to the very likable Omar.

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55. Quacey

It’s rare we come across quintessential Scottish names. Most of the Scottish names are borrowed from the UK. But Quacey is a pure Scottish name and means ‘moonlight’.

56. Ramachandra

Meaning ‘Rama moon’, Ramachandra is a Hindu name, derived from Lord Rama. Chandra is a Sanskrit word for moon. Ramachandra is quite an old name and is rarely considered by parents these days. But you have the option of shortening to either Chandra or Chandru.

57. Rakesh

The Indian name Rakesh comes from the Sanskrit word ‘raka’, meaning ‘full moon’ and ‘isha’, meaning lord or ruler. Hence, the meaning of Rakesh is ‘lord of the full moon day’.

58. Sharad

This is a Hindu name usually given to boys born during the festival of Sharad Poornima. Sharad is a phase in the Hindu calendar approximately occurring around mid-September to mid-November. The full moon in autumn is called Sharad.

59. Shashank

Here’s another Indian name, meaning moon. The name is bright and beautiful, just like your son is sure to be.

60. Tarkik

Tarkik is an Iñupiaq and Inuktitut word meaning moon. The Inuit consider names to be holders of souls. Therefore, if a boy receives this name, he will form a special bond with the souls of people who held the name previously.

61. Triton

Triton is the name of the moon orbiting Neptune.

62. Titan

The Titans were a family of giants according to Greek mythology. Titan is also Saturn’s largest and sixth moon from its surface. The atmosphere of Titan is rich in nitrogen and liquid in nature and is referred to as the ‘planet-like moon.’

63. Tuncay

This Turkish name means ‘bronze moon’.

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64. Wadd

Originating in Yemen, Wadd was the name of the national god of Minaeans, living in the kingdom of Ma’in. This name was that of a pre-Islamic god of the moon.

65. Yereah

This is an archaic Hebrew name that means moon. The name is rare and not heard very often. This name became popular when the lunar month was the main measure of time.

Names That Mean Moon For Girls

66. Aitne

This baby girl’s name of Greek origin is the name of one of the moons of Jupiter. Aitne was also the daughter of Oceanus. The name is also spelled as Aetna, and the Sicilian volcano Mt. Etna received its name from this name.

67. Altalune

Altalune is a unique Latin name meaning moon or ‘over the moon.’

68. Artemis

This exotic name belongs to one of the most prominent Greek goddesses. Artemis is the goddess of animals, wilderness, hunting and moon. Artemis was the twin sister of Apollo and one of the 12 Greek mythology deities residing in Mount Olympus.

Goddess Artemis is equivalent to Diana in Roman mythology, but the moniker Artemis is more distinctive and fresher than the latter. Artemas and Artemus are alternative spellings for this name.

69. Arianrhod

This name is borrowed from the Welsh mythology and is associated with the moon. Wondering how? The name translates to the silver wheel, which is a fitting image for your little moon goddess.

70. Aiday

This Kazakh name means ‘moon child.’ The name Aiday came into the limelight in 2013 when Aiday Isaeva became Miss Kazakhstan and represented the country in the Miss Universe pageant in 2014.

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71. Aisha

As a name of Prophet Muhammad’s wife, Aisha is extremely popular with the Muslims and African Americans. Apart from carrying a plethora of positive meanings, this beautiful Arabic name is linked to the Moon goddess as well.

72. Alcmene

Alcmene is the Latin form of the Greek name Alkmene, which means ‘might of the moon’. In the Greek mythology, Alcmene is the name of the mortal mother of Hercules.

73. Aysun

Aysun is a lovely Turkish name, meaning ‘beautiful as the moon’. Add a twist to this name by spelling it as Aisun.

74. Aylin

Here’s another Turkish name for you, meaning ‘moon halo’. The name would make a perfect pick for parents with Turkish ancestry.

75. Aysu

Aysu is another Turkish name related to the moon. It means ‘moon water’. But is there really water on the moon? Let’s leave that to the scientists.

76. Amaris

Amaris is a pretty and unusual baby name, which means ‘child of the moon’ in Old Irish and ‘given by God’ in Hebrew. We love this moniker for its multicultural appeal.

77. Ayla

Ayla is a female name of Turkish or Hebrew origin. It means ‘moonlight.’ It also has some alternative meanings, such as halo or oak tree.

78. Badriyah

Badriyah is the feminine form of the name Badr. It means ‘full’. If Badriyah sounds too traditional, go for Budur

79. Belinay

Belinay is a popular girl’s name in Turkey. This Turkish name signifies the reflection of the moon on a lake. The name is also frequently found in France because of a town called Belinay, making it a locational or geographical name, too.

80. Bendis

According to Thracian mythology, the goddess of the moon was known as Bendis. Thracians were people living in Southeastern Europe in ancient times. The mythical Orpheus and Spartacus were part of the Thracian clan.

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81. Bulan

In Austronesian languages, this name means moon. Bulan is another name for Mayari, who is the moon goddess in Tagalog mythology. She is also the goddess of hunting, revolution, war, strength, and beauty.

82. Celimine

This beautiful name is derived from the Greek and Latin elements moon and heaven. The name also means strength.

83. Channary

Channary is a Khmer name. It is an amalgamation of words meaning moon and woman/girl. This name jumped to fame as a character from the ‘The Lunar Chronicles’ by Marissa Meyer.

84. Candra

The name Candra is derived from an Indonesian love story about princess Candra of Kediri. Candra was the incarnation of the Indonesian goddess of Love, Dewi Ratih and her name means ‘glowing like the moon’.

85. Chandra

Chandra is the name of the Hindu goddess of the moon. The name was last groovy when meditation and incense were trending concepts. With the trend of yoga and meditation coming back, we see a resurgence in this name.

86. Crescent

This English word alludes to the shape of the moon. It is an incredibly intriguing name with a very pleasant sound.

87. Callisto

Callisto is the name of the third largest moon in our solar system. Some even say it’s a name borrowed from the mythology of night skies. Callisto is quite familiar among modern parents. It was the name of a villain in Xena, the Warrior Princess. Calisto Flockhart is its most popular namesake.

88. Cynthia

This attractive Greek name is an epithet of Artemis, the moon goddess. This name was overexposed in the mid 20th century when it fell into a period of neglect. But now Cynthia is in excellent form and is ripe for reconsideration. Cindy would make a perfect, upbeat nickname for Cynthia. Cynthia Gregory, the former American ballerina, is one of its most notable namesakes.

89. Deva

If you don’t want the cheesy name Diva for your daughter, try Deva, the name of the Hindu moon goddess. The name was chosen by the sultry siren Monica Belluci for her daughter.

90. Diana

This lovely and classic name belongs to the Roman goddess of moon, hunting and virginity. This name hovered for decades around #100, and was its highest point in the late 1940s. We feel that this gorgeous name is underused, so you can pick it up for your daughter. Late Princess Diana of England is the most famous bearer of this name.

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91. Dione

Dione is a name for a ‘Divine queen.’ It finds its roots in Greece and is also the name of one of the moons of Saturn.

92. Dia

This Ancient Greek name refers to The Divine or one who belongs to Zeus. There are many Dias in Greek mythology, some of whom were mortal, while others were immortals. Dia makes this list because it is also the name of a moon orbiting Jupiter.

93. Delia

Delia is also an epithet of the Artemis. The name is derived from the Greek island of Delos, a mythical place said to be the home of Apollo and Artemis. The name later became a favorite with the 17th-century pastoral poets. As a name, Delia stands strong on its own, but can also be used as a short for Cordelia and Adelia.

94. Elara

Elara, the name of a moon of Jupiter, is one of the most wearable of the space-inspired moon names. In Greek mythology, Elara was one of the lovers of Zeus.

95. Feray

It is a Turkish name meaning radiance of the moon. It is pronounced as ‘fehr-eye.’ It is a moonlight-inspired name but is more popular as a middle name.

96. Hanwi

There is an interesting story in Sioux mythology. Hanwi’s husband was Wi, the sun. Wi was dishonorable, and the judge of the gods punished him by separating the two. Wi was left to rule the day while Hanwi ruled the night. Thus, Hanwi is considered another name for the moon or night sun.

97. Hala

Hala is beautiful and unique in its own way. The meaning of this Arabic name is ‘moon halo’.

98. Hakidonmuya

This is a unique and even slightly outlandish moon-inspired name in this list. Hakidonmuya is a native American name meaning ‘time of the waiting moon’.

99. Helene

Helene is the name of the moon of Saturn. The name was inspired by Helen of Troy. Female names, starting with ‘He’ sound very intriguing.

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100. Hecate

This is a Greek name meaning ‘will power.’ The name is associated with a Greek figure signifying the moon.

101. Ilargi

With roots in Basque, Ilargi means moonlight or moon. In Basque mythology, Ilargi is the goddess of the moon, and her brother Erkhi is the sun god. The name is pronounced as ‘ee-LAHR-gee.’

102. Indumathi

This Sanskrit name from the Indian subcontinent means ‘full moon.’ A famous bearer of the name is Indumathi Kathiresan, a footballer from the Indian football team.

103. Indu

Indu is a Hindi name for the moon. It finds its origin in the Indian subcontinent. Indu is often used as a short form or pet name for Indumathi.

104. Isone

Isone is the name of one of Jupiter’s moons orbiting the planet. It was derived from one of the Danaïdes, a group of 50 mythological women. The name is a variation of Hesione originating from the Greek word heso, meaning ‘knowing.’

105. Jaci

Jaci is a native American name, meaning ‘moon’. So if you have a likeness forJaci tribal names, go for Jaci.

106. Jyotsna

Jyotsna is a Hindi name, meaning ‘moonlight’. This name was first used in India and its surrounding regions during the Classical period, that is during the 16th-17th century.

107. Kamaria

Kamaria is a Swahili name, meaning ‘beauty of the moon or moonlight’. The name is both unusual and lush and would make a unique moniker for your daughter.

108. Larissa

Larissa is the name of one of Neptune’s moons. In Greek mythology, Larissa was the mother of Pelasgus. It’s also the name of a city in Greece.

109. Liviana

Liviana is the Hebrew name for ‘white moon,’ and makes for a lovely and unique name for a baby girl.

110. Losna

An Etruscan word for moon is Losna. This geographical name comes from a heavily rocky island near Norway. The island is called Losna and has a population of barely four people today.

111. Lucine

Lucine is an Armenian name meaning ‘moon’. Its spelling variations are Lousin and Louisine. Lucy would be the best nickname of Lucine.

112. Luna

Luna is a strong, yet shimmery moon-inspired name that has been growing in popularity, probably because of the character Luna Lovegood from the Harry Potter series. It’s an epithet for Diana, the Roman Goddess of the moon. This name jumped 119 places from 2010 to 20102 and now sits pretty at #143. Ellen Pompeo and Joely Fisher used Luna as a middle name for their daughter.

113. Maha

Maha is a short and sweet Arabic name, meaning ‘moon’. It’s often considered a short for Mahdokht, a Persian name, which means ‘daughter of the moon’. Keep Mahadokht as your daughter’s given name, and call her Maha at home.

114. Mahina

Hawaiian names are not much heard beyond the border of this state. So picking a Hawaiian name for your daughter would make her stand out from the crowd. Mahina is a Hawaiian name meaning ‘moonlight’.

115. Mahvash

Mahvash is a Persian name that means ‘moon-like’. This name is heard widely in India, Pakistan and UAE.

116. Melinoe

Melinoe is the name of one of the Greek goddesses of the moon. It is also the name of quince color.

117. Monday

Did you know that Monday also has the moon in it? This English name is composed of the Old English elements, ‘mona’, which means ‘moon’ and ‘gig’ which means ‘day,’ hence ‘moon day’.

118. Mona

Mona also means ‘moon’ in English. This name peaked in 1950 with the 230th spot, but fell completely after the turn of the century.

119. Mahtab

Mahtab is an Arabic name meaning ‘moonlight’. This moniker has gone from a cute teenager name to a peppy adult name.

120. Mahnaz

Mahnaz is a cross culture name. It’s as popular with the Punjabis as it is with Muslims.

121. Moon

This name had to be included in the list. If not as a given name, you can use it as a nickname for your daughter. The eccentric Frank Zappa named his daughter Moon. He even claims that his daughter likes it.

122. Menodora

The name Menodora finds its roots in the Ancient Greek words meaning ‘moon’ and ‘gift.’
According to the Catholic church, it is also the name of Saint Menodora, who with her two sisters spent days in exile and prayers in a remote area.

123. Nguyet

This popular Vietnamese name means moon. Nguyet is also a traditional Vietnamese instrument, better known as Dan nguyet, or the moon lute.

124. Neoma

Neoma is a Greek spin on Naomi. It means ‘full moon’. Neomi and Noemi are other variations of this name. So which one are you planning to use for your daughter?

125. Nokomis

Here’s an unusually beautiful name for your rising superstar. Nokomis is a native American name, meaning ‘daughter of the moon’.

126. Phoebe

In Greek mythology, Phoebe is another epithet of Artemis. In the New Testament, Phoebe is a church deaconess. Shakespeare used this name for his rustic Denizen in the play As You Like It. But Phoebe from the Friends sitcom series gave a boost to this moniker. The name is one of the top 300 names in the US and one of the top 25 names in Wales and England. Bill and Melinda Gates used this name for their daughter.

127. Purnima

Purnima is a Hindi name, meaning ‘full moon’. You can shorten the name to Poorna.

128. Pensri

This is one of our favorites. Pensri is a Thai name, meaning ‘full moon’. The popularity of this name has risen quite fast in the recent years.

129. Portia

Portia is the name of one of Uranus’ moons. The name was inspired by a Shakespearean character of the same name in The Merchant of Venice. In the play, Portia disguises herself as a man to save her husband Antonio from the trial.

130. Quila

In Spanish mythology, Quila is the name of the Incan moon goddess, one of the most powerful deities. She is depicted as a charming woman. Quila is also a stunning alternative to the highly common name Stella.

131. Selena

Selena is a Latin variation of the Greek name Selene. This shiny, smooth and sensual 19th century moniker found a lease of life in the Latin community. But you don’t have to be Latin to use this name for your child. It is one of the most stylish names right now and is adopted by people of all regions. Disney favorite Selena Gomez popularized this name significantly.

132. Stellaluna

Stellaluna finds its roots in Latin America. It is the Latin name for moon and star. This beautiful name can be a bit complicated to pronounce.

133. Thalassa

Thalassa is one of the most intriguing baby names in this list. It’s the name of a moon of Neptune. The name comes from the Geek word for sea. In the Greek mythology, Thalassa was the primordial goddess of the sea.

134. Zelenia

This one is a Greek name, meaning ‘the moon’. It’s basically the variation of Selena. Shorten this lovely name to Zel for a different spin.

135. Zira

Zira is an enigmatic African name referring to the ‘moonlight.’

We hope our compilation helps you find the perfect name for your baby. Would you select a name that means moon for your child? If yes, then which one is your favorite? Tell us by commenting below.

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