Boys, Girls

50+ Celestial Baby Names

Natural Living through Pregnancy, Birth & Beyond

There’s nothing quite like looking up to the night sky to remind you how expansive and beautiful the universe is. Share the wonder with your new bundle of joy by giving them a celestial inspired name.

    Girls

  1. Andromeda – A spiral galaxy 2.5 million light-years from Earth – rescued
  2. Artemis – Greek goddess of the moon and hunt
  3. Aurora – A natural light display – goddess of the dawn
  4. Belinda – One of Uranus’ Moons – beautiful
  5. Carina – One of three constellations that form a ship – dear one
  6. Celeste – heavenly
  7. Cordelia – One of Uranus’ Moons – jewel of the sea
  8. Elara – One of Jupiter’s Moons.
  9. Haley – A comet that is viewable to the human eye occuring only twice in a lifetime – hero
  10. Helene – One of Saturn’s Moons – the light of the sun
  11. Larissa – One of Neptune’s Moons – cheerful
  12. Leda – One of Jupiter’s Moons – mother creator
  13. Luna – Roman goddess of the moon – moon
  14. Lyra – A constellation of stars in the northern hemispere – of the lyre
  15. Nova – Explosion of a white dwarf star – new
  16. Phoebe – One of Saturn’s Moons – bright shining one
  17. Portia – The largest moon on Venus – doorway
  18. Rhea – One of Saturn’s Moons – rivers
  19. Soleil – French for Sun – sun
  20. Selene – Greek for Moon – moon
  21. Starlight – light from the stars
  22. Terra – Earth
  23. Tierra – Spanish for Earth – earth
  24. Umbriel – One of Uranus’ Moons – shadows
  25. Venus – Second planet from the sun – love

Boys

  1. Atlas – One of Saturn’s Moons – support
  2. Apollo – God of Light and NASA’s famous space program – truth & light
  3. Ares – Greek for Mars
  4. Betelgeuse – a star in the Orion constellation that is nearing the end of it’s life
  5. Caelum – A constellation in the Southern Sky – dove
  6. Castor – The brightest star in the Gemini Constellation – brother
  7. Dorado – Dolphin shaped constellation
  8. Draco – The dragon Constellation
  9. Giovanni – After Giovanni Cassini a 17th century Italian Astronmer & Engineer – gracious
  10. Helios – Greek for Sun
  11. Hektor – Asteroid discovered in 1907 – tenacious
  12. Houston – After the Texas Space Center – town of houses
  13. Jericho – Arabic for City of the Moons
  14. Jorden – Danish for Earth – to flow down
  15. Kalyke – One of Jupiter’s Moons
  16. Kennedy – After the Florida Space Center – helmet
  17. Ko – A slowly rotating asteroid
  18. Leo – Constellation – lion
  19. Lynx – Constellation
  20. Neil – After Neil Degrass Tyson – American Astrophysicist and cosmologist – champion
  21. Newton – AFter Sir Issac Newton an English physicist and mathematician – from the new town
  22. Orion – Constellation – hunter
  23. Perseus – A constellation named after the Greek Hero
  24. Phoenix – Mars spacecraft
  25. Rigel – the brightest star in the Orion constellation
  26. Sirius – Brightest star in the sky – dog star
  27. Stellar – relating to the stars
  28. Sol – Latin for Sun
  29. Titan – One of Saturn’s Moons – land of giants

Did I miss any important ones? Does your child have a space inspired name? Share in the comments below!

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  1. Sol is most commonly used to name girls in Spanish. 🙂

  2. You didn’t use STELLAR? Rigel? Betelgeuse?

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