Literary Baby Names With Meanings

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Literary Baby Names List

AstrophelOne who is lover and a friend; star loverBoy
AuricThey are good natured, humble and passionate beingBoy
CormoranA character that appears in the fairytale 'Jack the Giant Killer'Boy
CrashA word name; originalBoy
CressaDiminutive of 'Cressida'; Medieval form of 'Chryseis' meaning 'Golden'Girl
CressidaShakespeare used this word from the Ancient Greek name 'Chryseis' meaning GoldenGirl
DjunaAn intelligent, patient and a self-empowered women; invented nameGirl
ElannaThe star sun; majestic beingGirl
ElrondA ruler; a star domeBoy
GaladrielDamsel crowned with a precious crown.Girl
GessicaVariation of Jessica (Rich and God beholds).Girl
JessGod exists, a gift from God, God sees allUnisex
JessaThe Lord sees allUnisex
LegolasA collection of green leaves, name of the Lord of the Rings characterBoy
LorienA God of Dreams, a name invented by TolkienBoy
LucastaPure Light, a word invented by a poet Richard LovelaceGirl
RickonA made up name from the popular books,tv show Game of Thrones. Could mean little king, or impulsiveBoy
RooseA character from Game of Thrones, the Song of Ice and Fire. A variation of the name roos, meaning a roseBoy
ThelmaOne who is ambitious and willfulUnisex