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10 Unique Baby Names That Mean 'Miracle', 'Blessed' and 'Gift'Name hunting? Consider these charming baby names for girls and boys
A baby is a gift from God. If parenting is a proof of anything, it's that life is full of wonders and miracles — both big and small. What better way to encapsulate that experience by choosing a baby name meaning miracle child?
Baby boy and baby girl names that mean miracle
Lovely names like Mireille and Ayah are baby girl names that mean miracle. Consider them to celebrate the gift that is your bundle of joy. Aside from these names here are more options you can look into that may mean gift from God or blessed for both boys and girls.
French in origin, the name Mireille bears the meaning “miraculous” or, simply, “miracle.” Variations of the name include Marvella and Mireya, with the latter being Spanish in origin.
Did you know this name appears in the Bible? Asher, in Hebrew, means “blessed” or “happy.” Asher was the eighth son of Jacob who was blessed with an abundant and fruitful life.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Loreto is actually a town in Italy, but it's also given as a name to baby boys. Loreto is also associated to mean “miracle” as it is said that the home of the Virgin Mary was miraculously carried by angels from Nazareth to the Italian town.
The name Ayah comes from the Arabic word meaning “miracle.” In Islamic tradition, it also means “sign of God's greatness.” Isn't it such a beautiful and delicate baby name meaning miracle child?
A lovely boy's name, Thaddeus has Aramaic origins and means “gift of God.” In Hebrew, the name also means “valiant” and “wise.” Thaddeus was also one of the 12 disciples of Jesus, though his name would appear in different forms, including Jude Thaddeus or Jude.
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Iva, like Thaddeus, means “gift from God.” In English-speaking parts of the world, the name comes from the ivy plant which has evergreen foliage. Variations of the name include Ivana, Ivanka and Ivka.
Though fairly common, Benedict is a rather old but beautiful boy's name which is Latin in origin. It comes from the word "benedictus," meaning "blessed." Famous bearers of the name include Saint Benedict and, more recently, Pope Benedict XVI, and actor Benedict Cumberbatch.
In Greek, dora or doros means “gift.” Pandora then means “all gifts” and “gift of all the gods.” The name, however, is most remembered for the mythological tale of Pandora’s Box. Pandora, the first mortal woman, was endowed by the gods with many gifts. Unfortunately, Pandora was also responsible for opening a jar containing all the evils of the world.
Donatello is the name of a great Italian sculptor, but kids may also be familiar with it as a character from the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (the four main turtles were named after artists of the European Renaissance). In Latin, the name means “giving.”ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Though another fairly common name, Matteo is related to the name Matthew, which means “gift of God.” Variations include Mattias and Matteus. Mattea is also given to baby girls.
This article was updated on March 26, 2019 at 4:35 p.m.