Are you looking for a wonderful name that will have your child growing up with a deep love of books? Then, it’s time to pick a strong name from literature. Here are a roundup of posts to get you started. Just click each heading to view the list. Happy browsing…
Browse our full list of literary baby names, including boy and girl names inspired by great authors and characters in literary history, complete with an explanation of their name meanings and origins. ~Babble
From Aurora to Hamlet, this list is sure to give your little hero or heroine a great start!
What better place to find your baby’s name than in a much-loved book? You’ll find a few classics and lots of unusual names given to characters in favorite books for kids from toddlers to teenagers.
From Alice of the great Wonderland to Marco from Dr. Suess’s “And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street,” this list is loads of fun!
…sometimes it’s best to start with something you know and love — like a favorite book. Here are 30 baby names inspired by our favorite fiction (and book-based movies) to help you get those baby name creative juices flowing. ~Brit + Co
From Noah of The Notebook to Jo of Little Women, this list will make your kid a classic.
Literature can be a great source of inspiration when searching for your baby’s name. There are so many characters to choose from. Here are some of our favorites.
And last, but certainly not least…
These names evoke the literary geniuses that brought you classic novels like Little Women, To Kill a Mockingbird, and The Odyssey — Whitman, Bronte, Anais, Alcott and more.
The neat thing about this list is its offering of Origin.
Would you name your baby after a beloved character from literature?
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