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Let your baby name search take flight with these bird baby names for boys and girls.
One of the great hits of our day, Ava still calls up the image of sultry Hollywood beauty Ava Gardner. The name has become... Read More
Phoenix means "deep red," and is the name of the colorful, mythical bird reputed to live for a thousand years before erupting... Read More
Evelyn is a romantic and feminine name that is making a comeback from it's super popular days a century ago, perhaps due... Read More
Hebrew: Lily; short form of Susannah and commonly used as an independent name
Hebrew: Dove; In the Bible, Jonah the prophet was swallowed by a great fish and safely emerged from his belly three days later. Sailors...
English: Hunting bird; When this name was created, hunting with hawks was considered an aristocratic sport.
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English: From the farm
Norse: Spear of Thor
Italian: Healthy, strong
English: The bird teal; also the blue-green color.
English: Lark, a songbird; used predominantly for girls
Hebrew: Bird; possibly related to the name Avis
Native American: Eagle (Osage)
Hindi: Wise; a ruler of the earth
Hebrew: Little dove; in the Bible, one of Job''s three daughters, who were known as the most beautiful women of their time (the other...
English: Refuge in battle
Latin: Bird; variant of Ava and Aya
English: Bird, like a bird; contemporary name referring to our fine feathered friends and their characteristics and talents
Greek: A siren; The mythological sirens of Greek mythology lived on islands and lured sailors to destruction on the rocks with their...
Greek: Time of peace, kingfisher; In Greek mythology, Halcyone threw herself into the sea after the death of her husband. Out of...
Greek: Beautiful one or name given to a lark
Native American: Dove
Nature/bird name for a genus of large birds with long legs and neck. Word name for a machine. A verb meaning "to extend one's... Read More
Native American: Night (Blackfoot)