65 Beautiful Organic And Earthy Baby Names For Girls And Boys

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Taking cue from the general trend of earth friendly measures and movements across the world, the names are also being influenced by earthy, organic, green, and eco-friendly themes. If you are one who wants to be a part of this burgeoning trend, consider reading our post here. Below we list some unique organic and earthy baby names.

Organic And Earthy Girl Names:

1. Abelia:

The meaning of the name is ‘breath’. In most countries, Abelia is a girl’s name. The name has a Hebrew origin and a rich history. The name sounds sweet which makes it quite popular in many countries.

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2. Althea:

It is a very charming baby girl name that means ‘the Healer or Wholesome.’ The sweet and affectionate name is of Greek origin and has a unique resonance to it. In literature, Richard Lovelace has utilized the name in a poem “To Althea, From Prison” that John Milton had also alluded to in Lycidas.

3. Heather:

The name Heather has its origin as an English baby girl’s name. In English, a Heather is a flowering evergreen plant that thrives on peaty barren lands. It is a name that has often been found in Scotland where it enjoys much popularity as a baby name.

4. Iris:

In Greek, the meaning of the name is a rainbow. In mythology, Iris was the Greek goddess of the rainbow. The meaning of the name has its derivations in other forms too like the iris of the eye or the purple colored flower, named the same.

5. June:

The name June is a Latin baby girl’s name which means young and youthful. In Roman mythology, Juno was known for the protection of woman and marriage and in the modern times, it is also referred to as the bridal month.

6. Juniper:

It is a name derived from the Juniper tree. The origin of the name is derived from the Latin word juniperus. In Latin language, juniperus comes from the combination of the word junio, which means young, and parere, to produce. Hence, the meaning of the complete name is youth producing, or evergreen.

7. Laurel:

In English Laurel is a baby girl’s given name. The name is of English origin that has been derived from the Latin word, Lauras with the meaning that goes back to the laurel tree. Other various similar sounding names related to Laurel are Laura, Lori, and Lorraine that are generally preferred for baby girls.

8. Opal:

Opal is a feminine baby girl’s given name that has been derived from gemstone opal. It is a birthstone for October that makes it popular for October born babies. Its name is derived from the Sanskrit upala, which means jewel and was widely used during the late Victorian era.

[ Read: Color Baby Names ]

9. Pearl:

Pearl is a baby girl’s given name that is derived from the English word pearl. It is a hard, round object produced by the soft tissue of living, shelled mollusk. Pearls are often used in making precious jewels. It is also the birthstone for the month of June, which gives it a huge significance.

10. Raven:

It is a baby girl’s name that has been derived from Old Norse as well as Old English. The meaning of the name is associated with someone with very black raven like hair. If your baby has a thick lock of black hair, Raven is a suitable name to describe her beauty.

11. Savannah:

The name Savannah is a baby girl’s name that is derived from the English language. The meaning of the name Savannah is “from the open plain.” The name of the word is derived from Zabana, which comes from the Taino language (Native American) that means “open plain.”

12. Sierra:

It is an Irish name that has the meaning as Dark and Feminine of Ciaran. It is a very popular baby girl’s name in Irish and evokes the sense of earthy vitality in your baby girl who is very fond of the natural phenomena.

Green Baby Girl Names:

13. Basil:

It is a unique name and Basil is a Greek baby girl name. In Greek the meaning of the name Basil is related to being royal or kingly. It is also the name of a very useful, medicinal shrub, popular in most cuisines. In history, St Basil the Great was the Bishop of Caesarea in the latter half of the 4th century.

14. Blossom:

It is an English baby name for girls. The meaning of the name is ‘fresh’ and it is usually referred to flowers and fresh buds that have just opened their petals in trees and shrubs. Cherry blossoms are beautiful and much celebrated in Autumn.

15. Bluebell:

It is derived from the English flower named Bluebell and it is a popular baby name for girls. The origin of the name resides in French as the word was rooted from the French name, Bluebelle. It gives a tone of calmness and serenity to the bearer of the name.

16. Carnation:

The name means the flower of love or the flower of gods. The flower by this name has a rich history and has been referred through centuries for its richness and beauty as well as variety of colors. It is an excellent baby name with a wonderful meaning to it.

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17. Cherry:

It is a very sweet and cute sounding English baby name for girls. The name is derived from the English word that has been used to describe a red colored fruit, sweet to taste and the name provides your child with such attributes.

18. Daisy:

Daisy is a much loved and preferred baby girl’s given name, commonly considered to be derived from the name of the flower. The flower name has its origin in the Old English word dægeseage that means “day’s eye”. The name, Daisy is a significant name that has a valued meaning to it.

Colorful Baby Girl names:

19. Amber:

It is an English baby name for girls which refers to a jewel named the same. The name became famous in the nineteenth century when a yellowish raisin was used to make crystals of amber for jewelry and had a brilliant glow.

20. Coral:

In English the meaning of the name is that of a jewel which is red in color, a precious stone that is much valued for its astrological significance too. The name Coral gives your child the unique attribute of being precious and with great value.

21. Ebony:

It is a very popular baby girl’s given name in English. The origin of the name lies in Egypt and the meaning of the name is black. If your baby girl has lustrous black hair and eyes, it can be the perfect name to reflect her beauty.

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22. Hazel:

It is a baby girl’s given name meaning “hazel” that is taken from the name of the tree or the color. The origin of the word is from the Old English hæsel. It gained its popularity as a baby girl’s name in English-speaking countries during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

23. Ivory:

The name Ivory derived from an English baby girl’s name. In English name Ivory has the meaning pure white and refers to the tusks of elephants. It is also a reference to creamy-white color of ivory that symbolizes purity or to the hard tusk used for carving sculptures and jewelry.

24. Lilac:

The name Lilac is a baby girl’s name that is an English derivation. In English the meaning of the name Lilac the name of a flowering pale-purple shrub that has pretty flowers and looks enchanting.

Eco Friendly Baby Girl Names:

25. Dawn:

It is an English baby girl’s name with the meaning as Aurora. It is also symbolized as the first appearance of daylight and called as daybreak. The rising day and the ambience it creates is spectacular, making it perfectly earthy baby girl’s name.

26. Dove:

The name is taken from a type of bird which particularly symbolizes peace. The origin of Dove is an Anglicized version of an Old Gaelic word for dub, meaning ‘dark’ or ‘black’.

27. Eden:

It is a sweet sounding baby girl’s given name which has several derivations. One special mention of its meaning can be from the Biblical Garden of Eden, meaning ‘delight.’ It was first used as a name in history as found from ancient Israel in the book of II Chronicles.

[ Read: Bird Baby Names ]

28. Fawn:

The name is derived from Greek. It is an American baby girl’s given name which signifies a young deer. The Greek mythological goddess of fertility and nature was named Fauna, who was known for her chastity.

29. Fleur:

It is a French name which is given to baby girls. The meaning of the name in French is a flower. The name has a worthy mention in British writer John Galsworthy’s heroine in his work “The Forstye Saga”.

30. Gardenia:

It is an English name for baby girls that has a very earthy meaning to it. Gardenia in the English language signifies a flower and it has an instant connection to Mother Nature.

31. Ginger:

It is an English given baby name for girls which means to be pure and chaste or virginal. A sweet sounding name, it is often kept as a nickname and refers to people with red hair. It is also a very lively name signifying the essence of ginger root.

32. Meadow:

It has its origin in English and used as given name for baby girls. The meaning of the name is someone who lives by the meadows. It is a very organic and green baby name for girls that is trending nowadays.

33. Olive:

It is a very popular English and American baby girl’s given name. The name has its origin in Latin and means a sour tasting fruit. It is also a symbol of peace, as referred many times in Greek mythology and classics, with a representative olive branch symbolizing a peace treaty.

[ Read: Nature Baby Names For Boys ]

Organic Baby Boy Names:

34. Almond:

It is taken from the Middle English Personal name as Almund that has its origin in Old English. The meaning of the name is to be noble and provide protection to the weak. It is also referred to a tree bearing nuts.

35. Cypress:

The name is given to cute little baby boys and the origin of the name is derived from Greek. The meaning of the name is to be uncertain. But when used as a name, it represents the cypress tree that is long lived, adaptable to the situations and grows in all possible climates, producing very good quality of wood.

36. Hyacinth:

The name is derived from Greek and it is a given name for baby boys. The meaning of the name in Greek is a flower that has the same name. In the Greek legends, it says that the hyacinth flower had sprouted from the blood of the youth named Hyacinthus, who had been accidently killed by Apollo and it represents youth and vitality.

37. Maple:

It is an English given name for baby boys that represent a tree. The leaf of the tree is also present in the Canadian national flag. It is a symbol of purity and growth.

38. Rainbow:

It is a name of Greek origin and referred to the goddess of the clouds and rain. The name is suitable for the baby boys who feel a strong connection with nature.

39. Ridge:

It is an English baby name for boys which has its origin in the English language. The meaning of the name is symbolical and means someone who is from the ridge.

40. Rivers:

The origin of the name Rivers is from the Shakespearean times. It is a given name for baby boys and has a rich history in the chronicles of the English aristocracy.

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41. Robin:

It is a name derived from two different words ‘Robert and the suffix ‘in’, which is common in the Old Germanic language which means fame. It is a masculine name that is generally given to baby boys.

42. Rocky:

It is a very unique organic boy name in the English language that has its derivations from names such as Rocco. It is often used as nick name for a tough and sturdy person. The name is famous because of the character played by Sylvester Stallone in the movie, “Rocky”, which had five sequels too.

43. Sequoia:

The name is given to the coast redwood tree, the tallest tree on Earth. It also has the longest lifespan and can live for centuries. The tree is native to California and the name is also that of a type of sparrow.

44. Shenandoah:

The name is actually of unknown Native American origin and it has been derived from the Anglicization of the Native American term, meaning mysterious.

Green Baby Names For Boys:

45. Dale:

It is an English given name for baby boys which have its origin in the Old English. The meaning of the name is referred to someone who lives near a valley.

46. Darnel:

The name has been derived from the word, darnel which us a type of grass. It also has its origin in the old English word derne that means hidden or nook.

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47. Eagle:

It is a given name for baby boys and has a German origin. The Roman name derived from the Greek word aetos meaning eagle is referred to a bird of prey that is known to fly high.

48. Falcon:

It is a name of English origin that is given to baby boys. The people with this name are recognized for their inner peace and quiet and who have the ability learn the deeper truth of life.

49. Finch:

It is an English name for baby boys that have its origin in the Old English. It is referred to a bird that has the significance of being freedom loving.

50. Greene:

It is one of the most popular and widespread names in English and Irish. The origin of the name lies in the Old English and the Anglo-Saxon origins and the meaning of the name is that of the color green.

51. Heath:

It is an English name for baby boys which means someone who lives by the Heath. It is an old English name given to males and has a strong connection to nature.

52. Hawke:

It is an English baby name for boys. The meaning of the name is that of a bird of prey that soars high in the sky.

Eco Friendly Baby Names For Boys:

53. Alder:

Alder is a baby boy’s given name in English. The origin of the name is in Egyptian language and the name has significance in the legends and mythologies of the Egyptian mysteries.

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54. Aster:

Aster is an English given name for baby boys. The origin of the name is in Greek. The different meanings of the name include a star in Greek and a flower in the English context. It is a suitable name for the baby boys with a very appealing and charming personality and sweet smile.

55. Haven:

It is an English baby boy’s name which means a place of safety or shelter. It is a name that is close to nature and greenery. The name is also of two syllables and sounds perfect for your baby boy to attribute the quality that the name signifies.

56. Jasper:

The name is a variant of Caspar and means an ornamental stone in French. It also gives the meaning for colors such as brown, beige or red. In the Persian legends, the meaning of the name is a treasurer. It is of two syllables and has biblical origins, perfect for your baby boy.

57. Jay:

It is an English baby name that is given to the boys. In the English language the meaning of the name is to rejoice and be happy. It is also the name of a bird and used as a nick name for people with a name starting with ‘J’, or for people who love to talk and express their feelings verbally.

58. Jet:

The meaning of the name Jet is a black gemstone that is precious and used for jewelry making and crafting purposes. It is an English baby name that has its origin in the Old English language.

59. Kodiak:

It is a name that is given to the baby boys in the English language. The meaning of the name is an island, and self sufficient. The variation of transcriptions of the name includes Kodyak, and a preferred name for boys.

60. Leaf:

The name is derived from the English and the Norse language. In the English term, it refers to the leaf of a plant but in the Norse and Old English language, it gives the meaning of ‘heir’.

61. Linden:

It is an English baby boy’s name that has been derived from the word, linde, which means a lime tree. It is also often used as a German surname and it is quite popular in the European nations.

62. Oceanus:

Oceanus is a Greek name that is given to baby boys in English language. It has a Greek origin and was the name of the father of Oceanids. It is an earthy name that resembles the strength and vastness of the oceans.

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63. Phoenix:

It means deep red. It is also the name of a colorful, mythical bird that is known to burn in his own pyre and then again be born from the ashes. It represents progress and the colour red that is associated with the names imbibes passion and energy in your baby boy.

64. Rowan:

It is a given name for the baby boys in English language. The name derives its origin from Irish and it means a little red haired one. The name is also referred to the flowering Rowan tree that is a beautiful sight in itself.

65. Sage:

If you wish your child to be wise and intelligent like a hermit, Sage is the perfect name which means wise and thoughtful. The origin of thee name lies in English and French. The famous actor that has got the virtue of this name is Sage Stallone.

We hope you liked our compilation and were pleased with the variety of themes. Do you have any beautiful names to suggest for this theme? Feel free to share with us by commenting below.

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