104 Tremendous Triplet Baby Names

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Last updated: Mar 17 2023

If you’re looking for the perfect name for the trio that’s about to burst onto your scene, we’ve got you covered. Read on for our favorite triplet baby names.

Triplet Baby Names

All sorts of delightful things come in threes.

From blind mice to little pigs to Goldilocks’ bears, from stooges to sneezes to chipmunks — trios are a hit.

If you’re having triplets, congratulations!

It’s a rare event, happening in only one in 10,000 pregnancies.

When it comes to naming them, the great news is you get three goes on this ride.


Picking triplet baby names means not having to forfeit your faves if you have your heart set on more than one name.

There are so many routes you can go when choosing.

We’ll take you through our favorite options.

So, what are good names for triplets? One, two, three — let’s go!

In this article 📝

  • What are good triplet names?
  • What are good names for triplets that rhyme?
  • Anagram triplet baby names
  • Triplet baby names that start with the same letter
  • Triplet girl names
  • Triplet boy names

What are good triplet names?

Triplets are almost always fraternal multiples, meaning each baby is made of its own egg and sperm combo.

It’s possible for triplets to be any combination of the following: three girls, three boys, two boys and a girl, or two girls and a boy.

In extremely rare cases, identical triplets can result from the same egg and sperm.

When it comes to naming your terrific trio, trust your instincts.

While some mamas prefer to go for names that show the connection among their triplets, others opt for names that celebrate each child’s individuality.

Like all baby names, there’s no one way to do this.

You can choose names that:

  • Rhyme.
  • Start with the same letter.
  • Are themed in some way.
  • Refer to famous trios from history.
  • Are significant in your family.

Or you can choose names that have nothing to do with one another!

Opting for three different names you like is also a great way to go, regardless of whether they’re connected.

After all, you’re going to have three unique people on your hands, and you may want their names to reflect that.

We’ll give you some ideas of avenues to take.

What are good names for triplets that rhyme?

Try out these poetic options that either rhyme outright or come pretty darn close:

  1. Chloe, Joey, and Zoe
  2. Lily, Millie, and Billy
  3. Colleen, Eugene, Francine (and Nadine and Maxine)
  4. Joe, Mo, and Bo
  5. Bailey, Hailey, and Kaylee
  6. Lila, Mila, and Ella
  7. Mae, Ray, and Faye
  8. Anne, Cheyenne, and Dan (and Fran and Stan)
  9. Annabelle, Mirabelle and Isabelle
  10. Flynn, Brynn, and Gwynn (and Quinn and Lynn)
  11. Josiah, Aaliyah, and Isaiah
  12. Holly, Molly, and Ollie (and Polly)
  13. Rick, Nick, and Mick
  14. Fred, Ed, and Ted (or Freddie, Eddie, and Teddie)
  15. Erin, Karen, and Sharon
  16. Jayden, Braden, and Hayden
  17. Cori, Tori, and Laurie
  18. Drew, Lou, and Sue
  19. Mickey, Nikki, and Ricky
  20. Andy, Mandy, and Sandy (and Brandy and Randy)
  21. Barry, Gary, and Larry (and Harry and Mary)
  22. Keri, Sheri, and Terri (and Perry and Jerry)
  23. Denise, Maurice, and Elise
  24. Lindy, Mindy, and Cindy
  25. John, Don, and Vaughn
  26. Minnie, Vinnie, and Ginnie
  27. Jill, Bill, and Phil
  28. Bonnie, Connie, and Ronnie (and Johnny and Donny)
  29. Dee, Lee, and Bree
  30. Kylie, Miley, and Riley

Anagram triplet baby names

Or you can opt for anagrams — same letters, different arrangements:

  1. Aidan, Diana, and Nadia
  2. Diane, Andie, and Aiden
  3. Aden, Dean, and Dena
  4. Adrien, Darien, and Randie
  5. Adina, Dania, and Aidan
  6. Lacie, Caelie, and Alice
  7. Evan, Neva, and Vena
  8. Abel, Bela, and Elba
  9. Adel, Dale, and Leda
  10. Abril, Blair, and Libra
  11. Alina, Illana, and Liana
  12. Alek, Kale, and Lake
  13. Ameline, Emelina, and Melanie
  14. Amir, Irma, and Mira
  15. Arnold, Roland, and Ronald

Triplet baby names that start with the same letter

Or how about names that start with the same letter:

  1. Audrey, Anna, and Andrew
  2. Britt, Brett, and Bethany
  3. Craig, Colleen, and Catherine
  4. Daphne, Diane, and Dave
  5. Elizabeth, Elaine, and Edith
  6. Faith, Francesca, and Flora
  7. Gary, Gordon, and Goldie
  8. Harriet, Harold, and Hank
  9. Isabel, Isolde, and Isme
  10. Jacqui, James, and John
  11. Kalil, Kaia, and Khan
  12. Leonora, Larry, and Liam
  13. Mia, Melissa, and Matthew
  14. Nia, Nathaniel, and Norma
  15. Octavia, Oliver, and Ola
  16. Peter, Paula, and Piper
  17. Quinton, Quade, and Queenie
  18. Ruby, Riley, and Rhys
  19. Sade, Sophia, and Scarlett
  20. Tess, Taylor, and Tim
  21. Uriel, Uriah, and Umar
  22. Vera, Veronica, and Valerie
  23. Xander, Xavier, and Xenia
  24. Yaakov, Yael, and Yaron
  25. Zain, Zara, and Zachary

Triplet girl names

Themed names

  1. Names that mean ocean: Darya, Hali, and Mira
  2. Names that mean dawn: Roxana, Sahar, and Oriana
  3. Flower names: Daisy, Heather, and Rose (and Lily, Poppy, and Violet—this list is long.)
  4. Names that mean light: Alina, Ellen, and Lucy
  5. Names that mean moon: Mona, Luna, and Mahina
  6. Names that mean star: Asteria, Celeste, and Esther
  7. Royal names: Elizabeth, Grace, and Josephine
  8. Disney names: Alice, Aurora, and Belle

Famous trios

  1. Monica, Rachel, and Phoebe (They’re sure to be best of Friends.)
  2. Billie, Ella, and Nina (For the jazz lovers.)
  3. LaVerne, Maxine, and Patricia (AKA the WWII-era swing group The Andrews Sisters.)
  4. Amy, Meg, and Jo (From the classic novel-turned-film-more-than-once, Little Women.)
  5. Anne, Emily, and Charlotte (Tthe famous Brönte sisters.)
  6. Angelica, Eliza, and Peggy (Hamilton for the win.)
  7. Mary, Winnie, and Sarah (Any fans of Hocus Pocus out there?)
  8. Alex, Natalie, and Dylan (A powerpack of Charlie’s Angels.)
  9. Blanche, Dorothy, and Rose (Who doesn’t love these Golden Girls?)
  10. Daphne, Penelope, and Eloise (This one’s for the Bridgerton fans.)
  11. Phoebe, Piper, and Paige (Charmed, we’re sure.)

Triplet boy names

Themed names

  1. Names that mean night: Gau, Altair, and Orpheus
  2. Names that mean ocean: Irving, Hurley, and Kai
  3. Names that mean light: Aaron, Bodhi, and Luciano
  4. Names that mean moon: Luan, Mani, and Bader
  5. Names that mean star: Elrond, Itri and Reeva
  6. Royal names: Albert, James, and Harry
  7. Disney names: Marlin, Kristoff, and Peter

Famous trios

  1. Kevin, Joe, and Nick (This one’s for the Jonas Brothers’ fans!)
  2. Bruce, Peter, and Clark (for your three little superheroes)
  3. Jimmy, Tommy, and Henry (These are all Goodfellas.)
  4. Jon, Brandon, and Rob (for lovers of Game of Thrones.)
  5. Mike, Lucas, and Dustin (Stranger Things have happened.)
  6. Chandler, Ross, and Joey (These Friends need no introduction.)
  7. Walter, Saul, and Jesse (for those who can’t get enough of Breaking Bad.)
  8. Harry, Ron, and Hermione (Any Potterheads around?)

Hopefully you’ve found a lot of inspiration on this list.

To see what names other mamas are considering, or to share your own brilliant picks, head over to the Peanut Community.

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