Great thought goes into choosing a baby’s name. Maybe you tried for years before you could conceive. Maybe this is the first pregnancy and you are excited! It could even be that you are looking to adopt a son and are looking for a meaningful name.
Whatever religion you are, whether Muslim, Christian, Hindi, etc., you can never go wrong with spiritual names. You are the only person who knows how much your baby means to you, and as such, you should allow the spiritual meanings of these names to guide you. Here are 10 amazing spiritual baby names filled with positive energy.
The name Micah is Hebrew in origin and means ‘who is like God.’ It was also the name of a Judean prophet in the bible.
This name would be particularly meaningful if you had been praying for a child, and God eventually answered your prayers by giving you a son.
Micah is often used by parents looking for a non-gendered or unisex name. However, the female variation of this name is Myka.
Common nicknames are Mike and Mikey.
Shaya is a unisex name that means Gift from God. It is of Hebrew origin, but it also has roots in Arab speaking countries where it means ‘worthy’ and is associated with number 5. This name has a Zen appeal to it and would be a perfect fit for parents who are looking for a unique name for their son. A name that is both spiritually meaningful and rolls beautifully on the tongue.
The most common nickname for Shaya is Shay.
Cullan is a spiritual yet modern name that is also trendy. It is Gaelic in nature and means handsome. There is something incredible about names of Gaelic origin; they always have a mystique, vintage appeal to them.
It is also a variant of the Cullen that is associated with holiness. Cullen is also the name used to refer to the vampire family in the film series ‘Twilight.’
If you’re seeking a spiritual name that is also modern, then this would be a great pick.
Even without mentioning the origin pf this name, you can already associate it with the most famous angel in the bible; Angel Gabriel. The name Gabriel is of Hebrew origin and means God is my strength.
Gabriel has always been a popular name for parents in search of spiritual boy names, maybe because Archangel Gabriel was constantly used as God’s messenger in the bible. Whatever the case, this name has strong affiliations to spirituality.
Common nicknames include Gabby and Gabe.
This name is of Indian origin, and it means Faithful or polestar. Legend has it that Dhruv was a blessed prince who had a polestar named after him. The entire universe was to revolve around this star, and it would be the brightest.
If you’re looking for a spiritual boy name with Indian roots, then you should consider Dhruv. It has also gained popularity in recent times. The most popular bearer of this name is king Dhruv, a devotee of Vishnu.
Salman is a Muslim boy’s name and is of Arabic origin. It means safety.
This name dates back to a Persian named Salman, who was also one of Muhammad’s companions. The lucky number associated with this name is number one, while the lucky colors are green, blue, and white.
Salman would be a great fit for Muslim parents looking for a spiritual boy name. The most common nickname for this name is Sal and sometimes Salmy.
Finally, a name that is spiritual but also has American roots! Alo is Native American in origin and means a spiritual guide. It is said that boys who bear this name tend to grow up as leaders and have powerful personalities.
Alos are also go-getters and are bold and courageous when it comes to pursuing their dreams. Wouldn’t you love your baby to have these qualities?
Due to the short nature of this name, the most common nickname is Al.
This name is of Latin origin and means peace. It is a simple, unique name that also has a rustic appeal to it. Even though this name is non-gendered, it is mostly used for boys.
This name experienced a surge in popularity after famous celebrity couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt chose it for their Vietnamese son.
Sometimes this name is used as a short form of the name Paxton while some parents prefer to name their sons Paz, a variation of the name.
This name is Hindi in origin and means the union of God and soul. According to numerology, boys with this name are fearless and bold and can achieve almost anything they set their minds to. Advay’s are also driven by their desire to achieve their dreams and end up being a force to reckon with.
This name would be a great fit for an Indian couple living in the European countries who are looking for a spiritual name to connect them to their roots.
Zion is of Hebrew origin, and while it is considered a non-gender name, it is mostly given to boys. Interestingly, most people use the name Zion in reference to the Promised Land, but originally it was used to mean the highest point.
This name is bold and majestic, but it only became an instant hit after the son of Bob Marley, Rohan Marley, gave it to his son.
Jamaican Rastafarians use this name to refer to Utopia.
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