Easter inspired names for your spring baby!


Easter is a beautiful time of year so why not check out these Easter inspired names for your spring baby!

When you think of Easter, you think of fresh cut grass, bright flowers, coloured eggs and egg hunts. But spring really symbolizes new beginnings and what signifies the start of something new more than a new baby. An important task is to pick a pretty and meaningful name for your new bundle of joy.

Easter inspired names for your spring baby!

  1. April – more than just one of the best characters in Grey’s Anatomy! April means “opening” and is one of the spring months.
  2. Anastasia – from the word “anastasis” meaning revival.
  3. Arley – means “from the rabbit meadow”.
  4. Ashford – Ash Wednesday is the feast that signifies the start of Lent, in the lead up to Easter.
  5. Attwell – meaning “lives by the spring”.
  6. Bezai – a Biblical chief had 323 children, meaning “eggs” in hebrew.
  7. Daisy – there are so many lovely flowers that bloom is spring and daisies are one of them.
  8. Denver – is of Old English and French origin meaning “green valley”.
  9. Elijah – a Hebrew name, meaning ” Lord is my God”.
  10. Jarek – is Slavic meaning “spring”.
  11. Joseph – a divine name inspired by the story of Easter, meaning ‘increase’ or ‘addition’.
  12. Kelby – is a Gaelic name which means “farm near the spring”.
  13. Matthew – has Hebrew origins, meaning “Gift from God”.
  14. Neo – is Latin meaning “new”.
  15. Nevaeh – “heaven” backward.
  16. Oona – Irish for “lamb”.
  17. Owen – of Welsh origin meaning “lamb”.
  18. Pascal – from the Latin for “Easter”.
  19. Peter – given to one of the apostles it is also the name of a famous rabbit.
  20. Shoshana – hebrew for lily.

So many stunning names with the association with Easter for your special baby. We hope that if you if you didn’t find the perfect name here, that it has given you some inspiration for something similar!

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