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111 Popular and Unique Latin Baby Names

Baby NamesUpdated September 26, 2022

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While many consider the Latin language “dead,” Latin names are alive and well in English-speaking countries. Since over 60% of the English language is Latin, you’ll find that many of your favorite names come from Latin roots.

If you prefer traditional names, like Mary or Paul, a Latin name may be just your style. But some Latin names have a more modern sound, like Ace and Luna.

We’ve rounded up our favorite Latin baby names for boys and girls!

Latin Baby Names for Boys

There are many Latin baby boy names currently at the top of the U.S. baby boy name list, including Oliver, Lucas, and Alexander. You can’t go wrong with these classic and strong Latin boy names.

Some Latin boy names with the classic Roman sound, like the name Roman itself, or August, are becoming increasingly popular. Dante and Cassius are lesser-used Latin names with a unique vibe.

Here are our favorite Latin baby boy names:

Popular Names

Some of these popular Latin boy names, such as Austin and Calvin, have been around a while and still make an excellent choice for modern times. Other Latin names, like August and Sebastian, are traditional names showing current spikes in popularity, plus they bring with them great nickname options like Auggie, Gus, and Seb or Sebby.

1. Archer

2. August/Augustus

3. Austin

4. Bennett

5. Calvin

6. Christian

7. Francis

8. Griffin

9. Jude

10. Julius

11. Julian

12. Leo

13. Lucas

14. Marcus

15. Max

16. Miles

17. Oliver

18. Patrick

19. Paul

20. Silas

21. Sebastian

22. Victor

23. Vincent

Less Common Names

Some of these uncommon names will be easy for others to recognize, like Ace and Cash, but they have a calm, modern tone. Other less familiar names, such as Ambrose and Ignatius, are unique but have traditional undertones.

Other less common names include literary names like Dante (author of “The Divine Comedy”), Cassius (An ancient Roman historical figure), and Atticus (A name famous from “To Kill a Mockingbird”). We also love these Latin names of position and authority: Prince, Saint, and Major.

See our favorite less common Latin boy names:

1. Ace

2. Ambrose

3. Anthony

4. Atticus

5. Caius

6. Cash

7. Cassius

8. Claude

9. Dante

10. Dominic

11. Felix

12. Ignatius

13. Lawrence

14. Lorenzo

15. Lucian

16. Major

17. Maximus

18. Prince

19. Remy

20. Rhett

21. Roman

22. Rufus

23. Saint

24. Titus

25. Vesper

Latin Baby Names for Girls

Like Latin boy names, there are a variety of Latin baby girl names, whether you want a popular or a lesser-used name. Emily has been a well-loved name for generations, and Olivia is a traditional name with modern popularity. Both are currently #21 and #1 on the U.S. baby girl name list.

If you want a unique moniker, there’s a Latin baby girl name for you, too. Luna, Poppy, and Sage are sweet and playful names for girls. Juniper and Trinity may sound super modern, but they come from Latin words and make for cute names.

Popular Names

Did you know that the trendy girls’ names Emma, Ava, and Lucy all have Latin roots? Other current popular names include Lily and Clara. Even Luna and Nova, once rarely used, have recently spiked in usage and are currently top girl names (11 and 32, respectively).

Here are our favorite popular Latin names for baby girls:

1. April

2. Amelia

3. Ava

4. Bella

5. Cali

6. Cecilia

7. Clara

8. Eleanor

9. Emma

10. Emily

11. Gracie/Grace

12. Joy

13. Julia

14. Lauren

15. Lily/Lillian

16. Lucy

17. Luna

18. Mary

19. Millie

20. Natalie

21. Nova

22. Olivia

23. Rose/Rosie

24. Ruby

25. Regina

26. Stella

27. Veronica

28. Victoria

29. Violet

30. Vivian/Vivienne

Less Common Names

Whether older or newer, these are our favorite Latin girl names if you want a unique name for your baby girl. Classic names, like Mabel and Claudia, are strong female names that aren’t currently used often.

Felicity is a sweet name that means “happiness,” and Viola is a unique name if you want something less popular than Violet.

Here are our favorite less common Latin girl names:

1. Adrianna

2. Allegra

3. Angelica

4. Arabella

5. Autumn

6. Augusta

7. Aurelia

8. Aurora

9. Autumn

10. Beatrice/Beatrix

11. Celeste

12. Claudia

13. Cordelia

14. Felicity

15. Flora

16. Florence

17. Frances/Frankie

18. Gemma

19. Georgia

20. Juliette

21. June

22. Juniper

23. London

24. Mabel

25. Olive

26. Octavia

27. Pearl

28. Poppy

29. Sage

30. Sienna

31. Trinity

32. Valeria

33. Viola

Are you considering a Latin baby name for a new little one? Or perhaps you already have used a Latin baby name for a son or daughter. Let us know what Latin baby names you love best!

If you are looking for more baby names, try Spanish baby namesItalian baby names, elegant baby names, or preppy baby names. Have fun choosing a beautiful name you love for your baby!

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