February is the month of love. Love is a beautiful emotion, a feeling that inspires great ideas for baby names. Your little one will be carrying their name forever, and this means you should find one that’s filled with a meaning that speaks of love and happiness. Love is everywhere around us, and though we don’t strictly adhere to the idea that love deserves to be celebrated on a specific month of the year, some love-filled baby names we’ve listed below are sure to delight you. These names will remind your child how much you adored them from the moment they fell in your arms and that you’ve unconditionally loved them ever since. Read on to browse this list of the most popular names for babies born in February that mean “love”:
Libi in Hebrew means “my heart”. Such a gorgeous meaning; it’s a traditional name that’s got an unconventional appeal too. This moniker clearly translates to “I Love You,” and it’s no shocker that this name is one of the widely used names for babies born in February. Quite a worthy choice for parents who love their baby to bits.
Esme is a feminine name with French roots. Esme means “beloved,” making it an apt name choice for the apple of your eye. A name that connotes “love”, Esme also has a dapper ring to it that would definitely make your baby girl stand out in a crowd. Esme has also got a romantic air to it, so no wonder it’s become a famous moniker for February-born girl babies. And who doesn’t want their child to have an uncommon name?
A nature name so strongly associated with peace and love, Dove is a feminine name of English origin that refers to a bird. Dove reminds us of a soft and graceful bird, with admirable association to harmony and togetherness. For your sweet little daughter, we recommend this as a nickname, first or middle name. One famous personality associated with this moniker is Rita Dove, a famous poet, and winner of the Pulitzer Prize and United States Poet Laureate.
The Goddess of love in Greek mythology, you can’t go wrong with this name. We heart this moniker for your baby girl if you find Goddess names fashionable. Unusual is a distinctive name option, and though it’s a bit complex to pronounce, it’s unique and offbeat, bound to leave a lasting impression on those that utter this classy moniker to address your daughter.
Erasmus meaning “beloved, desired,” has Greek roots. Quite an attractive baby boy name with a seductive appeal, Erasmus has historical connections that date centuries back. The name has associations with Renaissance theologian Desiderius Erasmus, physician Erasmus Darwin, grandfather of Charles Darwin. Old but evergreen, this name is off the charts unconventional and beautiful.
Well, the Greeks certainly know a lot about love. If you wish to bestow your baby girl with this sweet name, we adore it totally! It’s elegant and has a strong appeal, unsurprisingly imparting a trendy yet uncommon aura to it. Adelphia in Greek means “dearest sister,” and the love and compassion infused in this moniker make it a pretty worthy contender on your list of baby girl names.
Another beautiful baby name is Lennon which means “lover” in Irish. Lennon became a popular baby name choice ever since Liam Gallagher and Patsy Kensit used it to name their son in 1999, and two years later, singer Adam Pascal followed suit to name his son too. With the popularity of actress Lennon Stella, this moniker became a sought-after name choice for female babies too. With such a beautiful name and chic vibe to it, we do agree that you can’t miss out on this one.
Parents can use this name for both boys and girls. Harry means “estate ruled,” and this certainly has the potential to translate to “the ruler of hearts”. Harry is a modern twist to the medieval name Henry. It was the nickname of all eight King Henrys and also happens to be a diminutive of Harrison or Harold. Plus, undeniable, all of us did fall hard in love with the character of Harry in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series. Boy band One Direction’s member, Harry Styles, too, has become a rage in this millennium. Classic, yet cool and stylish, Harry has been a hot-favorite name for babies born in February.
If your baby was born in February and you’ve been brainstorming the sweetest baby names that are synonymous with “love”, we hope this list has inspired you. These are rare, yet their simplicity will fill your heart with warmth. Which among these are your favorites? Do share your thoughts on these in the comments section below.