For most parents, the road to having a little one of their own is a miraculous journey and they want the name of their baby to reflect that. Picking out a meaningful name is top priority between parents, but this can make finding the perfect name challenging and time consuming. And it needs to sound right as well! So if you consider conceiving, growing, delivering or adopting your sweet angel nothing short of a miracle, and need a beautiful name that conveys the message, we’ve got a few options for you to choose from. These names are popular, unique and absolutely stunning. Take a look down below!
This beautiful girl name means ‘miracle’ in Basque. However, this name has originated from the word milagro which is Spanish for ‘miracle.’ This uncommon but lovely name is quickly rising in popularity and we can see why. It is sweet sounding and bold. If you’d like your little girl to have these qualities as well, maybe this is the name for you.
Loreto is a gorgeous boy name that has been around for a long time. The name itself is derived from a town in Italy, where, according to ancient biblical lore, the angels of Nazareth have been said to have carried the Virgin Mary. And of course, the name means ‘miracle.’ If you’d like your baby’s name to have a religious touch to it, then this unique and special name might just be the one for your special miraculous baby boy!
Desiree is a fun sounding quirky name that means ‘desired,’ ‘wished,’ or ‘longed for.’ Doesn’t that sound like the perfect name for a miracle baby? Although the name has Latin roots, its French form of Desiderata is a little more well known, but we are hoping to change that. The name is also often spelt ‘Desirae’ after a 19th century queen of Norway and Sweden who bore the name. This one of a kind name is on the nose without being too obvious in terms of meaning and is a great option for parents who want a name devoid of religious symbolism.
Let’s be honest, the name Thaddeus sounds very cool! It is of Greek and Armaic origins and means ‘gift of God.’ The name is also thought to be the Armaic form of the more well known name Theadore. Historically, the name has been around for a very long time as Thaddeus was said to be the name of one of the 12 apostles in the Bible. Other sources say that the name could also mean ‘heart,’ or ‘courageous heart.’ If you think that your baby is a special gift from God and want him to have a strong courageous heart, then this may be the perfect choice for you. Besides, you can also call them Thad for short which sounds adorable!
This beautiful and unique name means ‘miracle,’ or more specifically, ‘miracle of Yaweh,’ the name of the Old Testament God in the Bible. This name is of Hebrew origins but it is more popularly spelt as Nasia which means ‘born on Christmas day.’ So if you come from a religious family or your baby is a Christmas miracle, this may be the perfect name for your baby girl. Some sources say this version is possibly a variation on the name Natalie as well.
This one is an oldie but a goodie. Mathew is a classic name that has stood the test of time. But it is also a beautiful name with a powerful meaning. The name Mathew originates from the Hebrew name Matityahu which means ‘gift from God.’ The name can be found in the Bible. Mathew is one of Jesus’s disciples and the author of the first book in the New Testament. This name has been popular for generations and has been used consistently from the 1960’s. This familiar name may be just what you are looking for.
This wonderful sweet sounding name is of Hebrew origin and is said to mean ‘marvel of God,’or simply ‘miracle.’ The name Pelia may sound unfamiliar to you but it has been around for a long time and has many different spellings. Most of the time, people add a ‘h’ in it and spell it as ‘Peliah.’ This is done mostly to help emphasize the pronunciation of the name which goes pay-lee-ah. So, will this stunning but uncommon name be your pick for your little miracle?
Every baby deserves a name with a great meaning that also sounds pleasing to the ears. And this doesn’t have to be hard to find. We hope you loved these miraculously beautiful names!
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