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582 Mystical, Magical Baby Names

Team Peanut25 days ago40 min read

Want to give your little peanut a touch of magic as they explore the world? What better way than with one of our magical baby names?

Magical Baby Names

We know how hard it can be to find just the right name for your baby ‒ a name of wonder, imagination, and that extra-special sprinkling of magic. ✨

We’ve put together the ultimate list of magical baby names just for you ‒ magical-sounding names, mystical names, names that mean magic, supernatural names, names of magical characters from pop culture…

So read on for magic names and meanings, and remember: magic is everywhere, you just have to look for it!

In this article 📝

  • What are names that mean “magic?
  • What are some spiritual names?
  • More magical girl names
  • More magical boy names

What are names that mean “magic?

What better way to add a sprinkling of fairy dust to your baby’s name than with a name that means “magic”?

Here are our favorite baby names meaning “magic” in different languages:

  1. Anwansi: Igbo.
  2. Āsimati: Amharic.
  3. Büyü: Turkish.
  4. Čaroban or Čarolija: Croatian.
  5. Divyae: Sanskrit and Hindi.
  6. Draíocht: Irish.
  7. Galdur: Icelandic and Norse.
  8. Jadis: Hindi. Also the name of the White Witch in the Chronicles of Narnia.
  9. Jālavidya: Malayalam.
  10. Kessem: Hebrew.
  11. Kilokilo: Hawai’ian.
  12. Kouzlo: Czech.
  13. Mabeob: Korean.
  14. Magic: English.
  15. Mahika: Filipino.
  16. Makutu: Maori.
  17. Mófǎ: Chinese.
  18. Sahar: Arabic.
  19. Saksan: Thai.
  20. Sehrli: Azerbaijani.
  21. Taika: Finnish.
  22. Uchawi: Swahili.
  23. Varázslat: Hungarian.
  24. Yādu: Bangla.

What are some spiritual names?

How about some magical names with spiritual meanings?

We’re talking ancient gods and goddesses here ‒ names with a spiritual, mythological, and mystical history, from around the world.

Here are some of our favorite spiritual baby names for girls:

  1. Aeron or Aeryn: The Welsh goddess of war, and a magical spelling of Erin. If your baby girl arrives with a roar, this magical name could be a great fit!
  2. Asia: One of our favorite mystical girl names from Greek mythology, Asia is a daughter of Oceanus, Greek god of the ocean, and mother of Atlas, the god who held up the world. The word Asia also means “sunrise”. Perfect for a baby born first thing in the morning.
  3. Athena: Another of the top mystical girl names from ancient Greece, Athena is the Greek goddess of war and wisdom.
  4. Brigid: (breed) On the hunt for magic baby names with a Celtic history? Brigid is known as the goddess of spring and fertility. What better name for your baby girl?
  5. Calypso: Back to Greek mythology, Calypso is one of the more popular magical girl names. Calypso is the name of a Greek sea nymph, ideal for a baby girl born by the sea.
  6. Ceres: Stepping into Latin roots, Ceres was the Roman goddess of the harvest and plants. Perfect if your baby girl is born under an Earth sign (Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn).
  7. Circe: You won’t find a more magical baby name than Circe, the Greek goddess of magic. Circe also means “bird” in Greek.
  8. Cybele: One of the magical baby names that’s made its way into the top baby name charts, Cybele was the Greek mother of all gods as well as the goddess of wild nature.
  9. Damara: A lesser-known Celtic goddess, Damara was the goddess of children and fertility. If you’ve been waiting for your rainbow baby, Damara could be a beautiful, magical name for your little peanut.
  10. Danu or Dana: Another of our top Celtic mystical girl names, Danu is the goddess of fertility, wisdom, and wind.
  11. Epona: Perfect if you’re looking for magic baby names that highlight your family’s love of horses! Epona was the Roman goddess of horses and was also included in Celtic mythology.
  12. Freya or Freja: One of the most traditional magical baby names for girls, Freya is the Norse goddess of love, battle, and fertility.
  13. Gaia or Gaea: Another of our magical girl names for Earth babies, Gaia is the Greek goddess who represented the Earth. She’s also known as the mother of all beings.
  14. Hera: An ideal magical baby name for a mini feminist, Hera is the Greek goddess of the life of women, and the queen of Mount Olympus, or heaven.
  15. Juno: Juno was a similar Greek goddess to Hera, also representing womanhood and fertility.
  16. Melusine: Although not technically a goddess, Melusine was a European spirit who lived in holy wells. She’s usually depicted as a mermaid-like creature, so if your little peanut is born by the sea, this could be the perfect magical baby name.
  17. Minerva: One of the more famous magical names on our list, Minerva was the Roman goddess of work, art, and war. Minerva was also the first name of Professor McGonagall, the teacher of Transfiguration at Hogwarts in the Harry Potter series.
  18. Morrigan: A truly magical baby name, Morrigan was the Pagan goddess of witchcraft. The name Morrigan also means “phantom queen”. After more gothic baby names? We’ve got you covered.
  19. Persephone: One of our more musical-sounding mystical names for girls, Persephone was a Greek goddess who lived in the Underworld with Hades, the god of death. Unlike Hades, Persephone’s powers focused on fertility and life.
  20. Phoebe: A lunar magical girl name, Phoebe was the Greek goddess of the moon and prophecy. For the baby girl who’s got a bright future ahead of her!
  21. Sen: One of the more unusual magical girl names on this list, Sen is a Japanese spirit of the forest. Sen also means “lotus flower”, so it’s a beautifully short floral girl’s name.
  22. Vesta: The Roman goddess of hearth and home is one of the sweetest magic baby names for your little peanut ‒ she’ll make your house a home!

And here are some of our top magical boy names with a spiritual twist:

  1. Aengus, Angus, or Aonghus: A much-beloved Celtic god of youth and love, as well as summer ‒ great if your baby boy makes an appearance on a sunny summer’s day!
  2. Aether: One of the more uncommon magical boy names on our list, Aether was a Greek god who represented the night sky ‒ the air that the Greek gods breathed in Mount Olympus. A beautiful name if your baby boy is born on a clear night, with not a cloud in the sky.
  3. Apollo: Apollo was one of the most revered Greek gods, representing truth, healing, and the Sun, as well as poetry, music, and art. A strong, magical name for your baby boy.
  4. Atlas: A Greek titan who held up the world ‒ a perfect name for a boy who you know will grow up to be mighty and strong.
  5. Boreas: One of the lesser-known magical boy names, Boreas is the Greek god of the north wind and winter. If there’s a chill in the air when your baby boy is born, this could be the perfect name!
  6. Caerus: How about one of the luckiest mystical boy names for your little peanut? Caerus was the Greek god of luck and opportunity.
  7. Dagda: Dagda was the Irish god who was the all-father to the other Celtic gods. If you want your baby boy to grow up to be wise, loving, and talented, then this is the magical name for you!
  8. Gwydion: One of the more unusual magical names on our list, Gwydion was the Welsh god of enchantment and something of a trickster.
  9. Lugh or Lugus: Lugh was the Irish Celtic equivalent of Gwydion, another creative trickster god who loved life. Lughnasadh is a Pagan festival named after him, usually celebrated at the start of August, so if your baby boy arrives then, this could be a great magical name.
  10. Odin or Woden: One of the strongest magical names for boys on our list, Odin is a Norse god who was father to all.
  11. Pontus: A great magical name for the baby boy born by the sea, Pontus was the Greek god of the sea. Pontus is also a popular Scandinavian name today.
  12. Taranis: One of the lesser-known magic baby names on our list, Taranis is the Celtic version of Thor, the god of thunder. So if it’s a stormy night when your baby boy makes his appearance, this could be the perfect mystical name!
  13. Thor: Long before Thor was a much-loved character who graced our cinema screens, he was the Norse god of thunder, wielding his magical hammer, Mjolnir. If you’re after magical boy names with a bit of a ‘geeky’ significance, add Thor to your shortlist.
  14. Triton: Ohh, we love magical Disney baby names! Triton is known as Ariel’s father in The Little Mermaid, but he’s also the Greek god of the sea.
  15. Zeus: If you’re looking for powerful, mystical boy names, it doesn’t get much more powerful than Zeus! Your baby boy will certainly be the only one with this strong-sounding name in the playground!

More magical girl names

If you still haven’t quite found the magical name you’re after, or you want to browse more magical names for girls, we’ve got you covered, with over 250 more magical girl names:

  1. Adeline or Adella: French, “noble”.
  2. Adria or Adriana: Latin, “dark one”.
  3. Aerwyna: English, “friend of the sea”.
  4. Ailsa or Alisa: German, “elf victory”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  5. Aine: Irish, “radiance”.
  6. Aislinn or Aisling: Irish, “dream”.
  7. Alana: German, “precious”; Irish Gaelic, “child”, “beauty” or “serenity”.
  8. Alfreda: German, “elf power”.
  9. Alma: Latin, “nourishing the soul”.
  10. Althea: Greek, “with healing power”.
  11. Alvina or Alvyna: English, “elf-friend”.
  12. Alwyn: British, “elf” or “magical being”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  13. Alyce, Alys, or Alice: German, “of the nobility”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  14. Amalia: German, “work”.
  15. Amara: Nigeria, “grace”; Sanskrit, “immortal”. Also a character in the Supernatural TV series.
  16. Amethyst: Greek, “purple crystal”. Birthstone for February.
  17. Anabelle: Hebrew, “favored grace”, “beauty”.
  18. Anais: Hebrew, “grace”.
  19. Anastasia: Greek, “resurrection”.
  20. Andromeda: Greek, “leader of men”. Also a character in the Harry Potter series.
  21. Anya: Hungarian, “mother”; Igbo, “eye”; Kurdish, “power”. Also a character in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
  22. Aquamarine: Latin, “white and turquoise crystal”. One of the March birthstones.
  23. Arabella: Latin, “yielding to prayer”. Also a character in the Harry Potter series.
  24. Araminta: English, “defender”.
  25. Arcadia: Greek, “place of peace and contentment”.
  26. Aria or Arya: Italian, “song”; Greek, “lioness”. Also a character in Game of Thrones.
  27. Ariadne: Greek, “most holy”.
  28. Ariel or Ariella: Hebrew, “lion of the God”.
  29. Arwen: Welsh, “fair” or “good”.
  30. Asherah: Hebrew, “she who walks in the sea”.
  31. Aster, Asteria, or Astoria: Greek, “star”.
  32. Astrid: Scandinavian, “divinely beautiful”.
  33. Aubrey: French, “elf ruler”.
  34. Audra: British, “strength” or “nobility”.
  35. Aura: Latin, “glowing light” or “soft breeze”.
  36. Aurelia: Latin, “the golden one”.
  37. Aurora: Latin, “the dawn”.
  38. Autumn: Latin, British, “fall”.
  39. Avalon: Welsh, Latin, “island of apple trees”. A mythical island in the story of King Arthur.
  40. Avery: French, English, “ruler of elves”.
  41. Bellatrix: Latin, “female warrior”. Also a character in the Harry Potter series.
  42. Berylla: Greek, “light green semi-precious stone”.
  43. Blythe: Old English, “cheerful” or “gentle”.
  44. Briar: British, “bramble bush”.
  45. Briony: British, “wild hedgerow”.
  46. Buffy: Hebrew, “promise of God”. Also the name of a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  47. Calista: Greek, “most beautiful”.
  48. Calliope: Greek, “beautiful voice”.
  49. Carys: Welsh, “to love”.
  50. Cassandra: Greek, “prophetess”. Also a character in the Harry Potter series.
  51. Cassia: Latin, “cinnamon”.
  52. Cassiopeia: Greek, “constellation”.
  53. Cecily or Celia: Latin, “heaven”
  54. Celeste or Celestia: Latin, “heavenly”.
  55. Citrine: French, “healed by the Sun”. Also a pale orange crystal said to bring happiness.
  56. Clio or Cleo: Greek, “glory”.
  57. Clover: German, “clings”. A lucky name! 🍀
  58. Coraline or Coralia: French, Dutch, “pearl”; Latin, “coral”. Can be shortened to Cora.
  59. Cordelia: Welsh, “heart” or “jewel of the sea”. Also a character in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
  60. Cosima: Greek, “order”.
  61. Cressida: Greek, “gold”. Also a character in the Harry Potter series.
  62. Cynthia: Greek, “moon goddess” or “woman from Kynthos”.
  63. Daenerys: Hebrew, Greek, “lady of light; lady of hope”. A name created in the Game of Thrones series. Can be shortened to Dany or Nerys.
  64. Dagmer or Dagmar: Scandinavian, “day maiden”.
  65. Daisy: English, “white flower” or “day’s eye”.
  66. Daphne: Greek, “laurel tree” or “bay tree”.
  67. Dariyah: Persian, “sea”.
  68. Davina: Scottish, “beloved”.
  69. Dawn: English, “rising sun”. Also the name of a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  70. Deema: Arabic, “rain”.
  71. Delilah: Hebrew, “delight” or “to flirt”.
  72. Delphine: French, “dolphin”.
  73. Drusilla: Greek, “fruitful” or “dewy-eyed”. Also the name of a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  74. Eira: Welsh, “snow”.
  75. Elena: Greek, “shining light”.
  76. Elora: Hebrew, “my God is my light”.
  77. Elowen: British (Cornish), “elm tree”.
  78. Elspeth: Scottish, “chosen by God”.
  79. Elvina or Elvyna: Old English, “elf-friend”.
  80. Elvira: Spanish, “truth”.
  81. Elysia: Latin, “from Elysium” or “from heaven”.
  82. Ember: English, “low flame”. 🔥
  83. Emerald: Spanish, “green precious gemstone”. Also the birthstone for May.
  84. Enid: Welsh, “life” or “spirit”.
  85. Éowyn: Welsh, “horse lover”. A name created for the Lord of the Rings series.
  86. Esme: French, Persian, “beloved,” “esteemed” or “emerald”.
  87. Esmerelda: Spanish, “emerald”.
  88. Estella or Estelle: Latin, “star”.
  89. Eudora: Greek, “good gift”.
  90. Eulalie: Greek, French, “sweetly speaking”.
  91. Evadne: Greek, “pleasing one”.
  92. Evangeline: Greek, “bearer of good news”.
  93. Eve, Eva, or Evie: Latin, Hebrew, “life”.
  94. Evelina: Latin, “desired” or “water”.
  95. Fable: English, “story”.
  96. Fairy: English, “fairy”. 🧚
  97. Faith: English, “belief”. Also the name of a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  98. Fawn: English, “baby deer”.
  99. Fay, Fae, or Faye: Old English, “fairy”.
  100. Fern or Fearn: English, “forest plant”.
  101. Fenella: Celtic, “white-shouldered one”.
  102. Fianna or Fiona: Scottish, ”fair”.
  103. Flora: Latin, “flower”.
  104. Galadriel: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkein, “maiden crowned with a garland”. Also the name of a character in Lord of the Rings.
  105. Galatea: Greek, “she who is milk-white”.
  106. Garnet: English, “red semi-precious gemstone”. Said to be one of the crystals of love and fire.
  107. Genevieve: German, Celtic, Fresh, “woman of the race”.
  108. Giselle: French, “pledge”.
  109. Goldie: English, “gold”.
  110. Greta, Gretel, or Gretchen: Greek, “pearl”.
  111. Gwendolyn: Welsh, “white ring”.
  112. Hedwig: German, “battle”. Also a character in the Harry Potter series.
  113. Heiki: German, “ruler of the home”. Also a character in the Doomspell series.
  114. Hermione: Greek, “messenger”. Also a character in the Harry Potter series.
  115. Hestia: Greek, “hearth” or “fireside”.
  116. Hilda: Norse, “battle”. Also a character in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
  117. Iona: Greek, “blessed”.
  118. Imogen: Gaelic, “maiden” or “innocent”.
  119. Indigo: Greek, “purple dye”.
  120. Ingrid: Norse, “fair” or “beautiful”.
  121. Iridessa: Latin, “like a rainbow”. Perfect for your rainbow baby. 🌈
  122. Iris: Greek, “like a rainbow” or “flower”.
  123. Isla: Spanish, “island”.
  124. Isobel: Hebrew, “God’s promise”.
  125. Isolde: German, “ice battle” or “she who is gazed upon”.
  126. Isadora: Greek, “gift of the goddess Isis”.
  127. Ivy: English, “vine”.
  128. Jade: English, “green precious gemstone”. Jade is said to be a crystal of confidence, wealth, and health.
  129. Juniper: Latin, “youthful”.
  130. Kaia: Hawai’ian, “the sea”; Greek, “pure”.
  131. Kelpie: Celtic, ”heifer”. Also a mythical Scottish beast.
  132. Kerensa: Cornish, “love”.
  133. Keziah: Hebrew, “cassia tree”.
  134. Larissa: Greek, “citadel”.
  135. Lark: English, “songbird”.
  136. Lavender: English, “light purple flower”. Lavender is said to be a calming herb.
  137. Lavinia: Latin, “woman of Rome”.
  138. Leda: Greek, “happy”.
  139. Leia: Hebrew, “weary” or “relaxed”; Hawai’ian, “child of heaven”; Latin, “lioness”. Also a character in the Star Wars series.
  140. Lilac: Latin, “blue-purple flower”. Lilac is said to be the flower of innocence, spirituality, and tranquility.
  141. Lilith or Lillith: Hebrew, “ghost”. Also a character in the Supernatural TV series.
  142. Lily: English, “white flower”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  143. Linnea: Scandinavian, “linden tree”. Linden trees are said to be sacred in many cultures, a symbol of peace, luck, friendship, and love.
  144. Litha: Celtic, “Pagan festival in June”.
  145. Lorelei: German, ”alluring”.
  146. Lucy: English, French, “light”. Can also be short for Lucifer.
  147. Luella: English, “famous elf”; German, “famous warrior”; Hebrew, “God is my oath”.
  148. Lumen: English, Latin, “measurement of light”.
  149. Luna: Italian, “moon”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  150. Lyra: Greek, “lyre”. Also a constellation and a character in the His Dark Materials series.
  151. Mabh, Maeve, or Maebh: Irish, “she who brings joy”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  152. Mae: English, “pearl” or “rebellious”.
  153. Maia: Greece, “mother”.
  154. Maraja: Esperanto, “made of the sea”.
  155. Marceline: “defender of the sea”.
  156. Marin: Gaelic, Irish, “star of the sea”.
  157. Marina: Latin, “of the sea”.
  158. Marisa: Latin, “of the sea”. Also a character in the His Dark Materials series.
  159. Mary: Hebrew, “beloved” or “rebellious”. Also a character in the film, Hocus Pocus.
  160. Matilda: German, “mighty in battle”. Also the name of the magical girl in Roald Dahl’s book, Matilda.
  161. Maurelle: French, “elfin”.
  162. Meadow: English, “clearing”.
  163. Melia: Greek, “work”.
  164. Melinda: Greek, “dark” or “honeybee”.
  165. Merida: Scottish Gaelic, “pearl” or “she with a high place of honor”.
  166. Melisande: German, “strong in work”.
  167. Melody: Greek, “music”.
  168. Melusine: French, “dark-skinned” or “strong in work”.
  169. Meri: Finnish, “the sea”.
  170. Mildred: English, “gentle strength”. Also the name of a character in the Worst Witch series.
  171. Millicent: German, French, “strong” or “hard worker”.
  172. Miranda: Latin, “marvelous”.
  173. Moira: Irish, Scottish, English, “destiny” or “fate”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  174. Molly: Hebrew, “rebellious” or “star of the sea”. Also a character in the Harry Potter series.
  175. Moon: English, “moon”. 🌙
  176. Muirgen or Morgan: Irish, “born of the sea”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  177. Naida: Greek, “water nymph”.
  178. Navi: Hebrew, “to name”. Also a character in the Legend of Zelda video game series.
  179. Nerina or Nerissa: Greek, “sea nymph”.
  180. Nessa: Greek, “pure” or “butterfly”.
  181. Niamh: Irish Gaelic, “bright”.
  182. Nimue: Greek, “remembrance”. Also the name of the Lady of the Lake in the Arthurian legend.
  183. Nixie: German, “water nymph”.
  184. Noelani: Hawai’ian, “heavenly mist”.
  185. Noemi: French, “good”, “lovely”.
  186. Nova: Latin, “new”. Also a celestial baby name.
  187. Nymphadora: Greek, “nymph”. Also a character in the Harry Potter series.
  188. Oceana: Greek, “ocean”.
  189. Odella: Hebrew, Latin, “I will praise the Lord”.
  190. Olive: Latin, “olive tree”. Olive trees are said to be symbols of peace.
  191. Olympia: Greek, “from Mount Olympus”. Mount Olympus was the home of ancient Greek gods and goddesses.
  192. Ondine: German, “little wave”.
  193. Oona or Úna: Gaelic, “lamb”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  194. Ophelia: Greece, “help”.
  195. Orla: Celtic, “golden princess”.
  196. Osha: Indian (Sanskrit), “shining”.
  197. Ostara: Celtic, “Pagan festival in March, a precursor to Easter”.
  198. Pandora: Greek, “all-gifted” or “all-giving”.
  199. Parisa: Persian, “like a fairy”.
  200. Pearl: English, “pearl”. Pearls are said to represent wisdom.
  201. Pixie: English, “fairy”.
  202. Poppy: English, “red flower”. Poppies are said to be symbolic of a peaceful future.
  203. Primrose: English, “colorful flowers”. Primroses are springtime flowers, symbolic of youth.
  204. Rachel: Hebrew, “ewe”. Also a character in the Doomspell series.
  205. Radella: English, “elfin advisor”.
  206. Rain: English, “rain”.
  207. Raven: English, “black bird”. Ravens are sometimes seen as ominous portents, but also prophecy and wisdom. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  208. Reina: Spanish, “queen”.
  209. Reverie: French, “daydream”.
  210. Rey: French, Spanish, “royalty”. Also the name of a character in the Star Wars series.
  211. Rhiannon: Welsh, “queen” or “goddess”.
  212. Rosalie: French, Latin, “flower of life”. Also a character in the Twilight series.
  213. Rose: English, “flower”. Roses are symbols of love and friendship.
  214. Rosetta: German, “noted protector”.
  215. Rowena: German, “fame” or “happiness”. Also a character in the Supernatural series.
  216. Sabine: Latin, French, German, “ancient Italian tribe”.
  217. Sabrina: Arabic, “patience”. Also a character in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
  218. Sage: English, French, “wise”. Sage is symbolic of spiritual cleansing.
  219. Samara: Arabic, Hebrew, “protected by God”.
  220. Sansa: Sanskrit, “praise” or “charm”. Also a character in the Game of Thrones series.
  221. Saoirse: Irish, “freedom”.
  222. Sarah: Hebrew, “princess”. Also a character in the film, Hocus Pocus.
  223. Saskia: German, “protector of mankind”.
  224. Scarlett: English, “bright red”.
  225. Selene: Greek, “moon” or “brightness”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  226. Seraphina or Serafina: Hebrew, “ardent” or “fairy”. Also a character in the His Dark Materials series.
  227. Sereia: Portuguese, “mermaid”.
  228. Siofra: Irish Gaelic, “elf” or “sprite”.
  229. Skye: Norse, “sky” or “cloud”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  230. Soleil: French, “sun”.
  231. Star: English, “star”. ⭐
  232. Stella: Latin, Italian, “star”.
  233. Suki or Tsuki: Japanese, “loved” or “moon”.
  234. Summer: English, “summer”.
  235. Sybill or Sybil: Greek, “prophetess”.
  236. Sylvie or Sylvia: Latin, “spirit of the wood”.
  237. Tabitha: Aramaic, ”gazelle”.
  238. Talia: Hebrew, “dew from heaven”, “by the water”.
  239. Tansy: Greek, “immortality”.
  240. Tara: Irish, “rocky hill”. Also the name of a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  241. Thea or Theodora: Greek, “gift of God”.
  242. Tiana: Latin, “daylight”; Russian, “fairy queen”.
  243. Tilda: English, “strong in battle”.
  244. Titania: Greek, “giant or “great one”.
  245. Tuatha: Irish, “nation” or “supernatural being”.
  246. Twila or Twyla: Hebrew, “light in dark places”; American, “woven with double thread”.
  247. Ursula: Latin, “bear”.
  248. Veda: Sanskrit, “knowledge”.
  249. Viola or Violet: Latin, “purple flower.” Violets are said to represent power, ambition, and spirituality.
  250. Willa: German, “will” or “protection”.
  251. Willow: English, “willow tree”. Willow trees are symbolic of new life, strength, and stability. Also a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  252. Winnifred: Welsh, “holy” or “blessed”. Also a character in the film, Hocus Pocus.
  253. Winter: English, “winter”.
  254. Wisteria: English, “blue-purple flower”. Wisteria flowers are said to represent immortality, love, and sensitivity.
  255. Wren: English, “small bird”.
  256. Xanthe: (zan-thee) Greek, “blonde-haired”.
  257. Zara: Arabic, “radiance”.
  258. Zarina: Slavic, “czar”.
  259. Zelda: German, “gray fighting maid”. Also a character in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
  260. Zenobia: Greek, “force of Zeus”.
  261. Zinnia: Latin, “flower”.

More magical boy names

Looking for more mystical names for your baby boy? Check out this mega-list of 250+ magical boy names for your little peanut:

  1. Aelfdene: English, “from the Elfin valley”.
  2. Aladdin: Arabic, “height of religion”.
  3. Alaric: German, “all-powerful ruler”.
  4. Alastor or Alastair: Scottish, “defender of the people”.
  5. Alatar: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkein, “after-comer”. Also the name of a character in Lord of the Rings.
  6. Alberich: German, “elf ruler”.
  7. Albus: Latin, German, “white”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  8. Alfred: German, English, “elf counsel”.
  9. Atreyu: Greek, “fearless”.
  10. Alvaro: German, “elf army”.
  11. Alvin: English, “friend of elves”.
  12. Alwin: Celtic, “elf”.
  13. Ambrose: Latin, “immortal one”.
  14. Amory: English, “strength of the home”.
  15. Anders: Scandinavian, “manly” or “brave”.
  16. Angel: English, “angel”. Also the name of a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  17. Ansuz: Norse, “rune for the letter A”. Ansuz is also said to represent inspiration and wisdom.
  18. Arad: Persian, “dragon”.
  19. Aragorn: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkein, “noble valor”. Also the name of a character in Lord of the Rings.
  20. Argus: Greek, “watchful guardian”.
  21. Arion: Hebrew, “melodious”.
  22. Arod: Hebrew, “swift”.
  23. Arthur: Celtic, “bear”.
  24. Ash: Hebrew, “happy”.
  25. Aslan: Turkish, Iranian, Jewish, “lion”.
  26. Aspen: English, “aspen tree”. Aspen trees are said to represent communication and endurance.
  27. Asriel: Hebrew, “helped by God”. Also a character in the His Dark Materials series.
  28. Athos: Greek, “immortal”. Also a character in the video game Fire Emblem.
  29. Azrael: Hebrew, “help of God”.
  30. Balin or Balon: English, “soldier”.
  31. Balthazar: Greek, “Baal protects the king”. Also a character in the film, The Sorceror’s Apprentice, and the TV series, *Charmed.**=
  32. Bard: Gaelic, “poet”.
  33. Barnabus: Aramaic, “son of consolation”.
  34. Bari: Scandinavian, “magical being”.
  35. Basil: Greek, “regal”. Basil is said to symbolize love and good luck.
  36. Bastian: Greek, “revered”.
  37. Bayard: French, “auburn-haired”.
  38. Beltane: Celtic, “Pagan festival in May, a precursor to May Day”.
  39. Benjen: Invented by George R. R. Martin, “son of the right hand”. Also the name of a character in Game of Thrones.
  40. Beorc or Bjarkan: Norse, “rune for the letter B”. Beorc is also said to represent birth and liberation.
  41. Beorn, Bjørn, or Björn: Norse, “bear”.
  42. Bilbo: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, meaning unknown. Also the name of a character in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
  43. Blade: English, “wealthy glory” or “sword”. Also the name of a character in the film, Blade.
  44. Blaine: Irish, “slender”.
  45. Blaise: Latin, French, “lisp”.
  46. Bodhi: Sanskrit, “enlightenment”.
  47. Boromir: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “faithful jewel”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  48. Brandon: English, “from the broom hill”. Also the name of a character in Game of Thrones.
  49. Bronn: English, “dark-skinned”. Also the name of a character in Game of Thrones.
  50. Bruxo: Portuguese, “witch”.
  51. Burvis: Latvian, “wizard”.
  52. Cadmus: Greek, “dragon’s teeth”.
  53. Cain: Hebrew, “spear”.
  54. Calhoun: Irish, “narrow woods”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  55. Carnelian: English, “orange gemstone”. Carnelian is said to be a gemstone of joy, energy, and confidence.
  56. Caspian: Iranian, “from the city of Qazvin”. Also the name of a character in the Chronicles of Narnia series.
  57. Cassiel or Castiel: Latin, “angel of Saturday”. Also the name of a character in the TV series, Supernatural.
  58. Cato: Latin, “all-knowing”.
  59. Cedar: English, “cedar tree”. Cedar trees are said to represent strength and immortality.
  60. Cedric: Celtic, “bounty”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  61. Cerwyn: Welsh, “fair love”.
  62. Ciaran: Scottish Gaelic, “little dark one” or “dark-haired one”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  63. Cleon: Greek, “glorious”.
  64. Colm: Irish, “dove”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  65. Coriakin: English, “star wizard”. Also the name of a character in the Chronicles of Narnia series.
  66. Corvus: Latin, “raven”.
  67. Cosmo: Greek, “order”.
  68. Coven: English, “gathering of witches”.
  69. Creslin: English, “sweetness”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  70. Crispin: Latin, “curly-headed”. Also the name of a character in King’s Quest.
  71. Crowley: Gaelic, “tough hero”. Also the name of a character in the TV series Supernatural.
  72. Cullen: Irish, “handsome”. Also the surname of several characters in the Twilight series.
  73. Cyfrin: Welsh, “mystic”.
  74. Daeg or Dagaz: Norse, “rune for the letter D”. Daeg is also said to represent the dawn.
  75. Daniel: Hebrew, “God is my judge”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  76. Dante: Italian, Latin, “enduring”.
  77. Dara: Irish, “wisdom”.
  78. Dean: English, “valley”; Hebrew, “justice”. Also the name of a character in the TV series Supernatural.
  79. Denethor: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “lithe and lank”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  80. Dewin: Welsh, “sorcerer”.
  81. Diarmuid: Irish, “without enemy”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  82. Dorian: Greek, “from Doros”. Also the name of a character in Dragon Age.
  83. Drake: English, “dragon” or “snake”.
  84. Draco: Greek, “dragon”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  85. Dylan: Welsh, “son of the sea”.
  86. Easton: Old English, “island of stones” or “magical power”.
  87. Edward: Norse, “rich guard”. Also the name of a character in the Twilight series.
  88. Ehwaz: Norse, “rune for the letter E”. Ehwaz is also said to represent horses and duality.
  89. Elessar: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “elf-stone”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  90. Elrond: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “star dome”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  91. Emil: Latin, “rival”. Also the name of a character in Nier.
  92. Ēoh: Norse, “rune for the letter Y”. Ēoh is also said to represent Yggdrasil (the Norse tree of life) and dreams.
  93. Ēolh, Algiz, or Yr: Norse, “rune for the letter Z”. Ēolh is also said to represent protection.
  94. Eomer: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “horse-famous”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  95. Eragon: English, “dragon rider”. Also the name of a character in the Eragon series.
  96. Eric: Scandinavian, “eternal ruler”. Also the name of a character in the Dooomspell series.
  97. Ethan: Hebrew, “strong” or “enduring”.
  98. Fenris: Norse, ”wolf”.
  99. Finn: Irish, “white” or “fair”.
  100. Flynn: Irish, “son of the red-haired one”.
  101. Faramir: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “sufficient jewel”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  102. Fëanor: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “hair one”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  103. Feoh, Fé, or Fehu: Norse, “rune for the letter F”. Feoh is also said to represent cattle and wealth.
  104. Finwë: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “soul fire”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  105. Frederick: German, “peace and power”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series. Can be shortened to Fred. A perfect name for twins!
  106. Frodo: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “wise” and “experienced”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  107. Futhark: Norse, German, “runic writing”.
  108. Gabriel: Hebrew, “God is my strength”. Can be shortened to Gabe.
  109. Gadreel: Hebrew, “wall of God”.
  110. Gandalf: Old Norse, “wand elf”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  111. Ganon: Irish, “fair-haired”. Also the name of a character in the Legend of Zelda video games.
  112. Garth: English, “yard” or “garden”. Also the name of a character in the TV series Supernatural.
  113. Gary: German, “spearman”. Also the name of a character in the Tinkerbell series.
  114. Gellert: Hungarian, “ruler with the spear” or “spear strength”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series.
  115. George: Greek, “farmer”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series. A perfect name for twins!
  116. Geralt: Polish, “spear rule”. Also the name of a character in The Witcher series.
  117. Gifu or Gār: Norse, “rune for the letter G”. Gifu is also said to represent generosity and gifts.
  118. Gil: Hebrew, “happiness”.
  119. Giles: Latin, “young goat”. Also the name of a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  120. Gimli: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “fire”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  121. Gordon: Welsh, Scottish, “spacious fort” or “great hill”.
  122. Griffin or Gryphon: Welsh, “mythical half-lion, half-eagle beast”.
  123. Guiden: Danish, “wizard”.
  124. Gwydion: Welsh, “born of trees”.
  125. Hagall or Hægl: Norse, “rune for the letter H”. Hagall is also said to represent hail or storms.
  126. Han: Scandinavian, “God is gracious”. Also the name of a character in the Star Wars series.
  127. Hansel or Hans: Scandinavian, “God is gracious”.
  128. Harry: English, “estate ruler”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  129. Harvey: French, “battle worthy”. Also a character in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
  130. Hasufel: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “grey coat”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  131. Hugo: German, Spanish, “mind” or “spirit”. Also the name of a character in the Rune series.
  132. Hunter: English, “one who hunts”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  133. Húrin: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “strong”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  134. Imbolc: Celtic, “Pagan festival in February”.
  135. Ing: Norse, “rune for the sound ‘ng’”. Ing is also said to represent masculine energy.
  136. Iorek: Norse, “battle mighty”. Also a character in the His Dark Materials series.
  137. Isa: Norse, “rune for the letter I”. Isa is also said to represent challenges.
  138. Isildur: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “devoted to the moon”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  139. Jack: English, “God is gracious”. Also the name of a character in the TV series Supernatural.
  140. Jaime: Spanish, Portuguese, “supplanter”. Also the name of a character in the Game of Thrones series.
  141. James: Hebrew, “supplanter”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  142. Jareth: English, “bled of jar”. Also the name of a character in the film Labyrinth.
  143. Jason: Greek, “to heal”.
  144. Jasper: Persian, “treasurer”. Also a character in the Twilight series.
  145. Jera: Norse, “rune for the letter J”. Jera is also said to represent the harvest and the earth.
  146. Jojen: American, “wise dreamer”. Also the name of a character in the Game of Thrones series.
  147. Jon: Hebrew, “God is gracious”. Also the name of a character in the Game of Thrones series.
  148. Justin: Latin, “righteous” ’. Also the name of a character in the TV series, The Wizards of Waverley Place.
  149. Kamek: Japanese “turtle”. Also the name of a character in the Super Mario Bros. series.
  150. Kennaz or Kaun: Norse, “rune for the letters C and K”. Kennaz is also said to represent fire.
  151. Khomsan: Thai, “enchanting”.
  152. Kiano: Kenyan, “tools of the wizard”.
  153. Killian: Gaelic, “little church”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  154. Kyle: Scottish, Irish, “narrow”. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  155. Kylo: American, “sky”. Also the name of a character in the Star Wars series.
  156. Laguz, Lagu, or Lögr: Norse, “rune for the letter L”. Laguz is also said to represent water and the ocean.
  157. Legolas: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “green leaves”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  158. Linden: English, “of the linden tree”. Linden trees are said to be sacred in many cultures, a symbol of peace, luck, friendship, and love. Also the name of a character in the Sweep series.
  159. Lucifer: Hebrew, “morning star” or “bringer of light”. Also the name of a character in the TV series Supernatural.
  160. Lucius: Latin, “light”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  161. Lughnasadh: Celtic, “Pagan festival in August”. Can be shortened to Lugh.
  162. Luke: Latin, “light”. Also the name of a character in the Star Wars series.
  163. Mabon: Celtic, “Pagan festival in September, a harvest festival”.
  164. Maedhros: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “pale glitter”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  165. Mage: English, “wizard”.
  166. Mago: Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, “magician”.
  167. Magus: Latin, “sorcerer”.
  168. Maldue: English, “wizard”.
  169. Malachi: Hebrew, “my messenger”. Malachite is also a green crystal said to have transformative powers.
  170. Mannaz, Mann, or Maõr: Norse, “rune for the letter M”. Mannaz is also said to represent mankind.
  171. Max: Latin, “’the greatest”. Also the name of a character in the TV series, The Wizards of Waverley Place, and the film Hocus Pocus.
  172. Merlin: Welsh, “sea fortress”.
  173. Morpeth: English, “moor path”. Also the name of a character in the Doomspell series.
  174. Ned: English, “guardian of riches”. Also the name of a character in the Game of Thrones series.
  175. Nelwyn: English, “daughter of the winner”; Welsh, “joy”.
  176. Neville: Irish, English, “new town”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  177. Newt: English, “small lizard”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series.
  178. Nicholas: Greek, “people of victory”. Also a character in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
  179. Nied, Nŷd, or Nauõr: Norse, “rune for the letter N”. Nied is also said to represent need or hardship.
  180. Nix: Greek, “crimson” or “off”.
  181. Oberon: English, “elf ruler”.
  182. Oliver: Norse, “ancestor’s descendants”; Latin, French, “olive tree”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  183. Orion: Greek, “rising star”.
  184. Oscar: Irish, Norse, “God’s spear” or “friend of deer”. Also the name of a character in 8The Wizard of Oz*.
  185. Othel: Norse, “rune for the letter O”. Othel is also said to represent heritage and home.
  186. Oz: Irish, Norse, “God’s spear” or “friend of deer”. Also the name of a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  187. Pagan: Celtic, “country dweller” or “magic-user”.
  188. Patrick: Latin, “noble”.
  189. Peregrin: English, “traveler”.
  190. Peter: Greek, “rock”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series and Peter Pan.
  191. Penn: English, “sheep pen”; German, “tree stump”. Also the other half of the magician duo, Penn & Teller.
  192. Peorth: Norse, “rune for the letter P”. Peorth is also said to represent feminine energy and dance.
  193. Phillip: Greek, “lover of horses”.
  194. Phoenix: Greek, “deep red”.
  195. Prospero: Italian, “fortunate”.
  196. Radagast: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “tender of beasts”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  197. Raidho or Rād: Norse, “rune for the letter R”. Raidho is also said to represent horses and journeys.
  198. Raistlin: English, unknown meaning. Also the name of a character in the Dragonlance series.
  199. Ramil: Azerbaijani, “magical”.
  200. Raymond: Norman, “advice” and “protection”.
  201. Regin: Norse, “mythical blacksmith”.
  202. Remus: German, “advice”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  203. Randall: English, “shield wolf”. Also the name of a character in some Stephen King novels.
  204. Reign: English, “rule over”.
  205. Rhaegar: English, “gift of God”. Also the name of a character in the Game of Thrones series.
  206. Rickard: German, “powerful leader”. Also the name of a character in the Game of Thrones series.
  207. Riley: English, “wood clearing”; Irish, “valiant”. Also the name of a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  208. Rishi: Sanskrit, “sage”.
  209. Robb: German, “bright fame”. Also the name of a character in the Game of Thrones series.
  210. Robin: English, “bright fame”.
  211. Ronald: Norse, “advice” and “ruler”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series. Can be shortened to Ron.
  212. Rowan: English, “rowan tree”. Rowan wood is said to symbolize courage, protection, and wisdom.
  213. Rubeus: Latin, “red”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  214. Rune: German, Swedish: “secret”.
  215. Rupert: German, “renowned for brightness”. Also the name of a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  216. Sage: English, “herb” and “wise person”. Sage is known as a spiritually cleansing herb.
  217. Sahir: Arabic, “sorcerer”.
  218. Salem: Hebrew, “complete”. Also a character in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
  219. Samhain: (sow-en) Celtic, “Pagan festival in October, typically on Hallowe’en”.
  220. Samwise: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “half-wise”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  221. Samwell: Hebrew, “God has heard”. Also the name of a character in the Game of Thrones series.
  222. Seamus: Irish, “supplanter”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  223. Severus: Latin, “stern”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  224. Siddarth: Sanskrit, “one who has achieved a goal”.
  225. Sigel: Norse, “rune for the letter S”. Sigel is also said to represent the Sun and honor.
  226. Saksan: Thai, “peaceful magic”.
  227. Sirius: Greek, “glowing”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  228. Solstice: English, “positions of the Sun” or “festivals, celebrations”.
  229. Sorgin: Basque, “sorcerer”.
  230. Spike: American, “sharp point”. Also the name of a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  231. Stannis: American, “stone and ice”. Also the name of a character in the Game of Thrones series.
  232. Stephen: Greek, “wreath” and “fame”. The name of the Sorceror Supreme (Stephen Strange) in the Marvel Universe.
  233. Taikuri: Finnish, “magician”.
  234. Taliesin: Welsh, “shining brow”.
  235. Teller: French, “weaver”; Yiddish, “plate”. Also the other half of the magician duo, Penn & Teller.
  236. Tenho: Finnish, “enchantment”.
  237. Terence: Irish, “smooth”.
  238. Thackery or Thackeray: English, “place with a thatched roof”. Also the name of a character in the film Hocus Pocus.
  239. Thelxion: Greek, “to enchant”.
  240. Théoden: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “king”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  241. Thorin: Norse, “thunder”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  242. Thurisaz: Norse, “rune for the sound ‘th’”. Thurisaz is also said to represent danger and giants.
  243. Titan: Greek, “defender”.
  244. Tom: Hebrew, “innocence” or “the end”. Also the name of a character in the Harry Potter series.
  245. Tovenaar: Dutch, “sorcerer”.
  246. Túrin: Invented by J. R. R. Tolkien, “victorious mood”. Also the name of a character in The Lord of the Rings.
  247. Týr, Tīr or Tiwaz: Norse, “rune for the letter T”. Týr is also said to represent strength.
  248. Tyrion: Latin, “rock”. Also the name of a character in the Game of Thrones series.
  249. Ūruz or Ūr: Norse, “rune for the letter U”. Ūruz is also said to represent water and rain.
  250. Vanir: Norse, German, “god of rain” or “wanderer”.
  251. Velho: Finnish, “wizard”.
  252. Viren: Sanskrit, “leader of heroes”. Also the name of a character in The Dragon Prince.
  253. Will or William: English, “strong-willed warrior”. Also a character in the His Dark Materials series.
  254. Wyman: English, “war” and “protection”.
  255. Wynn or Wunjō: Norse, “rune for the letter W”. Wynn is also said to represent joy, friendship, and pleasure.
  256. Xander: Greek, “defender”. Also the name of a character in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.
  257. Yemi: Nigerian, Yoruba, “to befit me”. Also the name of a character in the Doomspell series.
  258. Yule: Celtic, “Pagan festival in December, a precursor to Christmas”.
  259. Zen: Japanese, “meditation”.
  260. Zephyr: Greek, “West wind”.

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