165 Futuristic Baby Names For Boys And Girls, With Meanings

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Most parents want their baby’s name to be unique and modern. The current trend is to choose a futuristic name, which not only stands out from the rest but also stays relevant to the times to come. In this MomJunction post, we share 165 futuristic baby names for both boys and girls, along with their meanings. 

Futuristic Names For Boys With Meanings

1. Adlai

The name Adlai has its origin from a Hebrew word that means “God is just.” 

2. Alaric

The name comes from an Old German word referring to the “all-powerful king or ruler.” The name Alaric was also the name of an Old German ruler who once conquered Rome. 

3. Anakin

A unique name, Anakin means a “warrior.” 

4. Arsenio

A name with a Spanish origin, Arsenio, means “strong and virile.” 

5. Artemis

A unisex name of Greek origin, Artemis, refers to the moon. Artemis also means “safe and protected.” 

6. Aurelius

The name Aurelius has its origin from a Latin word meaning, “the golden one.” The name Aurelius also has its name derived from “Marcus Aurelius,”a famous Roman emperor. 

7. Auryn

A name with a Welsh and Celtic origin, Auryn, refers to gold. 

8. Azriel

A unique name with a Hebrew origin, Azriel means “God is my help.” 

9. Cael

The name Cael has its origin from an Irish-Gaelic word that means “slender.” 

10. Calihan

The name Calihan is derived from an Irish word which means, “one who loves churches.” 

11. Carrew

A name with a Welsh origin, Carrew, refers to a “fort situated close to a slope.” 

12. Cashel

A unique futuristic name for boys, Cashel, has its name derived from an Irish word which refers to a “castle or fort made of stone (stone castle).” 

13. Caspian

The name Caspian has a toponymic origin, deriving its name from the “Caspian Sea,” the largest inland water body, situated between Europe and Asia. 

14. Cassian

The name Cassian has its origin in a Latin word, which means “hollow.” 

15. Cedro

A unique futuristic name for boys, Cedro, likely has a Spanish origin and means “strong gift” or a “special gift.” 

16. Cian

The name Cian has its origin from an Irish word which means, “ancient.” 

17. Cillian

A name with an Irish origin, Cillian, means “church.” The name is often indicative of a spiritual person. 

18. Colton

The name Colton has its name derived from an Old English word which refers to a “coal town.” 

19. Crispin

A name with a Latin origin, Crispin, refers to “one who is curly-haired.” 

20. Drake

It isderived from a Latin word, Drake refers to a male duck. Drake also originates from an English surname, derived from “Draki,” which was an old Old Norse by-name or nickname. 

21. Derry

It is derived from an Irish word, Derry means “like an oak.” 

22. Edsel

The name Edsel has its origin from an English word meaning “a wealthy man’s estate.” The name also means “noble and bright.” 

23. Elson

The name Elson has its name derived from an English word meaning, “son of Ellis.” 

24. Elwyn

A name with an English origin, Elwyn refers to a “noble friend.” 

25. Ephraim

The name Ephraim has its origin from a Hebrew word which means “productive or fruitful.” The name Ephraim also refers to one of Joseph’s sons, as per the Old Testament. 

26. Esai

The name Esai is the Spanish variation of the name “Isaiah,” which comes from Hebrew and means “God is my salvation.” 

27. Espen

A name with a Scandinavian origin, Espen, means “God bear.” 

28. Evander

The name Evander has its origin from a Scottish word which refers, to a “bow warrior.” The name Evander is also indicative of a strong and powerful man. 

29. Everard

The name Everard originates from an Old English word which means, “hardy.” 

30. Eythor

The name Eythor has its origin from an Old German word referring to “thunder.” 

31. Finian

The name Finian has its name derived from an Irish word which means, “fair.” The name Finian also originates from “Finian,” the warrior followers of Finn Mac Cumhail, a 3rd-century legendary Irish hero.

32. Fio

A name with an Italian origin, Fio, means “flowering.” 

33. Freddy

The name Freddy originates from a German word, which means “ruler.” The name Freddy may also have its inspiration from Freddie Mercury, a popular rock singer, who was known for his flamboyance and enthralling performance. 

34. Harlin

The name Harlin has its origin from an English word which means, “a rocky land.”

35. Jacob

A name with a Hebrew origin, Jacob, probably means “supplanting.” 

36. Jax

A name with an English origin, Jax means “God has shown favor.” 

37. Jethro

A name with a Hebrew origin, Jethro, means “excellence.” Jethro also has its name derived from “Jethro,” a Midianite priest, who, according to the Old Testament, “sheltered Moses when he fled Egypt.” 

38. Jonas

It is likely derived from “John,” which comes from Hebrew and means “God is gracious.” A popular bearer of the name is the famous singer Nick Jonas. 

39. Kaiser

The name Kaiser has its origin from an Old German word, which means “a king or a ruler.” 

40. Kalel

The name Kalel originates from a Hebrew word meaning “voice of God.” 

41. Kasper

A name with a Persian and Polish origin, Kasper, refers to a “treasurer.” 

42. Klay

A variant of clay, the name Klay, probably has an occupational origin referring to “one who works with clay.” 

43. Knox

A Scottish name, Knox, means “round hill.” 

44. Luca

It originatesfrom an Italian word, Luca refers to an individual from Lucania, which was an ancient area situated in southern Italy. The name has been a craze ever since Hilary Duff (American Actress) named her son “Luca.” 

45. Ludek

A name with a French and German origin, Ludek, means “a famous warrior.” 

46. Micaiah

A Hebrew name, Micaiah, means “Who is like God.” 

47. Mircea

The name Mircea has a Romanian origin meaning “peace.” 

48. Noe

A Biblical name, Noe, means “consolation or repose.” 

49. Nye

The name Nye has its origin from a Welsh word, which means “honor.” 

50. Oren

A Hebrew name, Oren, means “a pine tree.” The name Oren also means “laurel.” 

51. Perrin

A Greek name, Perrin means “rock.” 

52. Renan

A Hebrew name, Renan, means “luxuriant.” The name Renan also means “fresh.” 

53. Rivo

The name Rivo has its origin from an Italian word meaning “a stream.” 

54. Ruairi

A unique Irish name, Ruairi, means “Red King.” 

55. Rui

A name with a Portuguese origin, Rui, refers to a “renowned or famous ruler.” 

56. Rune

A name common in Norway and Belgium, Rune, means “secret.” 

57. Rye

The name Rye originates from an English word, which means “island meadow.” 

58. Ryker

The name Ryker has its origin in a Low German word, which means “rich.” 

59. Sagan

The name Sagan has a Latin origin and refers to one who is “wise and knowledgeable.” 

60. Salix

A name with a Latin origin, Salix, means “willow.” 

61. Saylor

A name with an occupational origin, Saylor derives its name from “Sailleor,” a French word that refers to a “dancer.” The name Saylor, thus, refers to “an acrobat or a dancer.” 

62. Schyler

A name with a Danish origin, Schyler, refers to “one who gives shelter.” The name Schyler also means “a scholar.” 

63. Silas

A name with a Latin and English origin, Silas refers to a “forest.” The name Silas also means “wood.” 

64. Solon

The name Solon has its origin from a Greek word, which refers to the “wise one.” 

65. Stellan

The name Stellan has its origin in a Swedish word that means “calm.” 

66. Sulien

The name Sulien has its origin from a Welsh word, which means “sun-born.” 

67. Sven

The name Sven is derived from a Scandinavian word, which means “youth.” 

68. Tae

A name with a Korean origin, Tae, means “great.” 

69. Theron

The name Theron has its origin from a Greek word, which means “hunter.” 

70. Tovio

The name Tovio has its origin from a Finnish word, which means “hope.” 

71. Torin

A unique futuristic name for boys, Torin, is derived from an Irish word, which means “chief.” 

72. Tyrion

A unique name, Tyrion, comes from the Latin name “Tyrianus.” This name has a toponymic origin and refers to those who originally belonged to the city of Tyre, now in Lebanon. 

73. Uriah

The name Uriah has its origin from a Hebrew word which means “God is my light.” 

74. Wilbur

The name Wilbur originates from a German word, which means “resolute.” 

75. Wystan

The name Wystan has its name derived from an Old English word, which means “battle stone.” 

76. Xander

It is ashort form of the name “Alexander,” which comes from Greek and means “defending men.” 

77. Xavion

A unique name for boys, Xavion, means a “fighter.” 

78. Zaiden

The name Zaiden has its origin from an American word, which means “surplus.” Zaiden is a unisex name. 

79. Zen

A name with a Greek origin, Zen, means “Gift of Zeus.” 

80. Zephyr

The name Zephyr has a Greek origin, referring to “messenger of Spring.”

Futuristic Baby Names For Girls With Meanings

81. Alessa

A name with a Greek origin, Alessa, means “noble.” The name Alessa also means a “defender.” 

82. Annora

A name that has its origin from a Latin word, Annora, means “honor.” 

83. Archie

The name Archie has its origin from a word that refers to one who is “brave.” The name Archie also has a royal feel to it as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have named their firstborn “Archie.” 

84. Ariana

A name of Italian origin, Ariana, means “something very pious or holy.” The name also has its inspiration from Ariana Grande, a renowned American singer, and actress. 

85. Ariella

The name Ariella has its origin from a Hebrew word, which means “Lion Of God.” 

86. Arvilla

A name with its origin in Old German, Arvilla, means “Eagle ruler.” 

87. Arwen

The name Arwen has a Welsh origin and refers to a “noble maiden.” Arwen also derives its name from “Arwen,” the famous princess of the Elves, in Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings.” 

88. Arya

The name Arya has been a rage thanks to the popular “Game of Thrones” television show series. The name likely has its origin in “Aria,” which is an Italian name that means “song” or “melody.” 

89. Astoria

The name Astoria has its origin in an English word, which refers to the one who is “like a Hawk.” 

90. Astra

A name with a Greek origin, Astra, refers to a “star.” 

91. Astrid

A unique futuristic name for baby girls, Astrid, has its name originating from a Scandinavian word, meaning “one who is divinely beautiful.” 

92. Ayelet

A Hebrew name, Ayelet, means “gazelle” or “deer. “ 

93. Azura

The name Azura has its origin from a Spanish word that refers to the “blue sky.” 

94. Baila

A unique name with a Spanish origin, Baila, means “dance.” 

95. Blaise

A name with a Latin and French origin, Blaise, means “stutter.” The name Blaise also has its origin from “Blaise Pascal,” a 17th-century renowned mathematician, scientist, and philosopher, who has several discoveries and inventions to his credit. 

96. Blythe

The name Blythe has its origin from an Old English word, indicative of one who is “carefree and happy.” 

97. Caia

The name Caia has a Latin origin and means “to celebrate or rejoice.” 

98. Calla

A unique name with a Greek origin, Calla, means “beautiful.” 

99. Callista

It comes from theGreek name“Kallistos,” which means “most attractive” or “most beautiful.” 

100. Camila

The name has its origin from an Italian word, which means “a young ceremonial attendant.” The name “Camila” also has its inspiration from Camila Cabello, a renowned American-Cuban singer).” 

101. Candela

A name with a Spanish origin, Candela, means “Candlemas,” a festival to celebrate the purification of the Virgin Mary. 

102. Carabelle

A name with Portuguese, Italian, Irish, and Latin origin, Carabelle, means “a dear one.” Carabelle also means “face.” 

103. Ceres

A name with a French and Latin origin, Ceres, refers to the “Goddess of agriculture.” 

104. Charolet

The name Charolet has its origin in a French word, which means a “free man.” 

105. Colma

A unique futuristic name for girls, Colma comes from a Late Latin name that refers to a dove. 

106. Cosima

The name comes from Greek and means “harmony” or “order. “ 

107. Crescentia

The name Crescentia has its name derived from a French word, which means “to grow or increase.” 

108. Cytherea

A unique Greek name, Cytherea, means “from the island of Cythera.” 

109. Dael

A name with a Hebrew origin, Dael, means “knowledge of God.” Dael also has an Old English origin and refers to a “valley.” 

110. Dalla

A name with its origin from a Swedish surname, Dalla, means “Dahl’s flower.” 

111. Dawnelle

An English name, Dawnelle refers to the “first appearance of daylight.” 

112. Delya

A unique name, Delya, comes from Greek and refers to an “individual born on the island of Delos.” 

113. Drea

A name of Greek origin, Drea refers to “one who is courageous.” 

114. Eila

The name Eila has its origin from a Hebrew word, which means “tree.” 

115. Elenyi

The name Elenyi originates from an Old English word, which refers to “shining bright light.” 

116. Eliette

A unique Hebrew name, Eliette, means “my God has answered.” 

117. Elowen

A beautiful futuristic name with a Cornish origin, Elowen, means “elm.” 

118. Elya

A unique name of Slavic origin, Elya, means “the Lord Is My God.” 

119. Ensley

The name Ensley has an English origin and means “one’s meadow.” 

120. Eowyn

It is derived from Old English and refers to a “horse lover.” 

121. Erinna

It comes from an Irish word, Erinna, which means “from the island to the west.” 

122. Etta

A name with a Scottish and English origin, Etta, refers to an “estate ruler.” 

123. Eulalie

It is derived from a Greek word, Eulalie, which refers to “one who speaks sweetly.” 

124. Evrim

A name with a Turkish origin, Evrim, means “evolution.” 

125. Evuska

The name Evuska has its origin from a Hebrew word, which means “life.” 

126. Ezri

A name with a Hebrew origin, Ezri, means “my help.” 

127. Falynn

It is derived from an Irish word, Falynn, means “a leader.” 

128. Fantasia

The name Fantasia originates from a Greek word, which means “imagination.” 

129. Felicity

The name Felicity has its origin from an Irish word, which means “good fortune.” Felicity also means “to be happy.” 

130. Harper

The name Harper has its origin from an English word, indicative of “one who plays the harp.” Harper is also a trending baby girl name, thanks to David and Victoria Beckham, who named their daughter “Harper.” 

131. Ilaria

It isderived from the Italian name “Hilarius,” which means “cheerful and happy.” 

132. Imelda

A name with Italian, German, and Spanish origin, Imelda, refers to “a woman warrior,” or one who is a “powerful fighter.” 

133. Ivara

It originates from a German word, Ivara, which refers to an “archer.” Ivara also means the “yew tree.” 

134. Jada

The name Jada originates from a Spanish word, referring to “jade.” 

135. Junia

A name with a Latin origin, Junia, refers to “individuals born in June.” 

136. Juniper

The name Juniper has its origin from “Juniperus,” a Latin word, meaning “evergreen.” 

137. Karis

The name Karis originates from a Greek word, which means “grace.” 

138. Kiska

The name Kiska has its name derived from a Russian word, meaning “pure.” 

139. Lilium:

A beautiful futuristic name for baby girls, Lilium, has its origin in a Latin word, which means “Lily.”

140. Luna

The name Luna has its origin from an Italian word, which refers to the “Moon.”

141. Lyra

The name Lyra originates from a Greek word, which refers to Lyre, a stringed musical instrument, especially popular in ancient Greece. Lyra also originates from “Lyra,” the name of a constellation taken from the “lyre of Orpheus.” 

142. Lystra

A Biblical name, Lystra refers to “something that disperses or dissolves.” 

143. Malone

The name Malone originates from “Mael Eoin,” an Irish name which means “servant or a disciple of Saint John.” Malone also has its inspiration from “Post Malone, a popular American Rapper.” Malone is a unisex name. 

144. Mazarine

The name Mazarine originates from a French word, which refers to “deep blue color.” 

145. Minerva

It originates from a Latin word, Minerva, that means “intellect.” Minerva also refers to the “Roman Goddess of wisdom and war.” 

146. Morena

A name with Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian origin, Morena, has its name derived from the word “Moreno,” which refers to “one who is brown-haired.” 

147. Natania

A beautiful name, Natania, originates from a Hebrew word, which means “gift of God.” 

148. Neriah

A biblical name, Neriah, comes from Hebrew and refers to the “Lamp of the Lord.” 

149. Nolwenn

It originates from a word of Welsh origin, Nolwenn, which means “something pious.” Nolwenn also means “shining.” 

150. Novelia

A name likely has its origin in the Latin word “Novus,” which means “new” or “fresh.” 

151. Ophelia

The name Ophelia originates from a Greek word, which means “help.” 

152. Orsa

It originates from an Italian word, the name Orsa, refers to a “little female bear.” 

153. Paisley

The name Paisley originates from a Latin word that means “Church.” The unique name for baby girl also has its inspiration from Brad Paisley, an American singer of country music. 

154. Rhett

The name is an Anglicized form of a Dutch name that means “advice” or “counsel.” 

155. Riella

A beautiful name, Riella, means “God is my strength.” 

156. Saretta

A name derived from a Hebrew word, Saretta, refers to a “princess.” 

157. Secora

It is derived from a Spanish word, Secora refers to “an individual who helps others.” 

158. Siloh

A name originating from a Hebrew word, Siloh, probably means “He/She (referring to a Messiah) who has been sent.” 

159. Thyra

It is derived from a Scandinavian word, Thyra, refers to the “Goddess of thunder.” 

160. Tove

The name Tove originates from a Scandinavian word, which means “beautiful.” 

161. Vanina

A name of Spanish and Portuguese origin, Vanina refers to “one who brings in the good news.” 

162. Violet

The name Violet is generally indicative of the “violet/purple color.”  However, what makes this name a trendsetter is, many celebrity couples, including Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, have named their baby girl with this beautiful name. 

163. Wynn

It isderived from an English word, Wynn, is a unisex name, which means “a friend.” 

164. Zeline

The name Zeline has a Latin and French origin, meaning “dignified or solemn.” 

165. Zosia

The name Zosia originates from a Greek word, which means “wisdom.”

Futuristic names for the baby are unique and have a touch of style to them as well. Pick a name that is elegant, gorgeous, and likely to suit the personality of your baby in the long run.

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