105 Fun & Unique Pagan Baby Names

105 Fun & Unique Pagan Baby Names

Have you been searching for a fun and unique baby name that’s suitable for your little witchling? I know I sure have with this pregnancy. It can be quite the challenge to find the right name, with the right meaning, that isn’t overused or has a strong Biblical meaning. Not that Biblical baby names are a bad thing. Both my oldest son and I have Biblical names. But Pagans tend to want something that follows more in line with their beliefs when it comes to naming their children.

While I was searching for names for my little Witchling, I came across some lovely names that I thought my fellow Witches would enjoys. Not all of them are names derived from trees, plants, and other aspects of nature. Some are names that you’ve probably heard of quite regularly, but had no idea they had awesome meanings or mythical figures attached to the name.

If you’ve been searching for the right Pagan name, look no further. I’ve compiled this massive list (over 100 names!) of Pagan baby names that work well for boys, girls, or gender-neutral. Of course, if you can’t find the right name in this list, you could always wait until the arrival of your little Witchling to decide then. to your little Witchling!

Green blessings and congrats to you and your family on your little Witchling!

Boy Names

  1. Aiken: Hebrew name meaning “oaken”.
  2. Albus: Latin name meaning “white, bright”.
  3. Arthur: An Old English name meaning “bear man”.
  4. Basil: An herb.
  5. Birch: A tree.
  6. Berengar: Germanic name meaning “bear spear”.
  7. Bran: Irish name meaning “raven”.
  8. Briar: English word for a thorny plant.
  9. Cedar: The tree.
  10. Cedric: Old English name meaning “loved”.
  11. Draco: Greek name meaning “dragon”.
  12. Elon: Hebrew name meaning “oak”.
  13. Evander: Greek name meaning “good man”. Evander was a hero of the Trojan War.
  14. Finley: Scottish name meaning “fair warrior”.
  15. Gavin: Medieval form of Gawain.
  16. Gawain: Meaning unknown, but Gawain was one of the Knights of King Arthur’s Round Table.
  17. Jasper: Persian name meaning “treasurer”.
  18. Merlin: English name meaning “sea fortress”.
  19. Logan: Scottish name meaning “little hollow”.
  20. Myrddin: Welsh form of Merlin.
  21. Orion: The constellation.
  22. Percival: Meaning unknown, but Percival was one of the Knights of the Round Table.
  23. Phelan: Irish name meaning “little wolf”.
  24. Ridge
  25. Ronan: Irish name meaning “little seal”.
  26. Valerian: An herb.
Little a's real name is Autumn Dawn. We waited to name her until after she was born and we had gotten to know her a bit.
Little a’s real name is Autumn Dawn. We waited name her until after she was born and we had gotten to know her a bit.

Girl Names

  1. Adelle: English name meaning “noble”.
  2. Aglaia: Greek name meaning “beauty”. Aglaia was one of the Graces in Greek Mythology.
  3. Ambrosia: Greek name meaning “immortal”.
  4. Amethyst: A gemstone.
  5. Aradia: The name of an Italian witch popularized in Charles Leland’s book “Gospel of the Witches”.
  6. Astra: Greek name meaning “star”.
  7. Astrid: Derived from an Old Norse name meaning “beautiful, beloved”.
  8. Aurora: Latin name meaning “dawn”.
  9. Autumn: The season.
  10. Avalon: An island in Arthurian legend.
  11. Belladonna: A poisonous herb, often found in flying ointments.
  12. Betony: A minty plant.
  13. Branwen: Welsh name meaning “beautiful raven”.
  14. Brighid: Irish name meaning “exalted one”.
  15. Calendula: An herb.
  16. Celeste: Italian name meaning “of the sky”.
  17. Dawn
  18. Evangeline: Greek name meaning “good news”.
  19. Fae: Another name for the fairy folk.
  20. Flora: Latin word meaning “flower”.
  21. Gaia: Greek name meaning “earth”.
  22. Hazel: A tree.
  23. Hibiscus: An herb.
  24. Holly: A tree.
  25. Iris: Greek word meaning “rainbow”.
  26. Isolde: Celtic name meaning “fair one”.
  27. Jade: A precious stone.
  28. Jasmine: A fragrant flower.
  29. Kiva: A ceremonial structure used by the Pueblo.
  30. Laurel/Laurelle/Lorelle: A tree.
  31. Lavanya: Sanskrit name meaning “beauty, grace”.
  32. Leilani: Hawaiian name meaning “heavenly flowers”.
  33. Lilith: Akkadian name meaning “of the night”.
  34. Lilitu: Assyrian name meaning “night”.
  35. Lobelia: An herb.
  36. Luna: Latin form of “moon”.
  37. Maeve: Irish name meaning “intoxicating”.
  38. Marigold: The flower.
  39. Moon
  40. Morgana: English name meaning “sea”.
  41. Ophelia: Greek name meaning “help”
  42. Patchouli: An herb.
  43. Persephone: Greek name with unknown meaning. Persephone is the Greek goddess of Spring, Queen of the Underworld, and wife of Hades.
  44. Poppy: The flower.
  45. Raven: A bird.
  46. Rhea: Greek name of unknown origin. Rhea was a titan in Greek Mythology.
  47. Rosalind: Latin name meaning “beautiful rose”.
  48. Rose: The flower.
  49. Rosemary: An herb.
  50. Rue: An herb.
  51. Saffron: A spice.
  52. Sapphira: Alternative form of “Sapphire”.
  53. Scarlette/Scarlett/Scarlet: English word for the color red.
  54. Sitara: Hindi name meaning “star”.
  55. Soleil: French name meaning “sun”.
  56. Spring: Old English name meaning “to burst forth, to leap”, can be named after the body of water or the season.
  57. Summer: The season.
  58. Tansy: A flower
  59. Terra: Latin name meaning “earth”.
  60. Thalia: Greek name meaning “to blossom”. Thalia was the name of one of the three Graces.
  61. Thyme: An herb.
  62. Willow: A tree.
  63. Winter/Wynter: The season.
Herbs are always a great item to turn to when searching for earthy baby names.
Herbs are always a great item to turn to when searching for earthy baby names.

Unisex Names

  1. Avery: Old English name meaning “elf ruler”.
  2. Ember
  3. Flax: An herb.
  4. Lark: A bird.
  5. Mullein: An herb.
  6. Pax: Latin name meaning “peace”.
  7. Peta: Greek name meaning “stone”.
  8. Rain/Rayne
  9. River
  10. Robin: After the bird, or a diminutive of Robert, which means “bright fame”.
  11. Rowan: The tree.
  12. Sage: An herb.
  13. Suma: An herb.
  14. Sky/Skye
  15. Morgan: Old Welsh name meaning “sea”.
  16. Yarrow: An herb.

Do you have a favorite Pagan/Witchy/Earthy baby name?