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100 Charming And Chirpy Bird Names For Baby Girls And Boys

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Bird Names For Boys:

1. Robin:

Robin originated as a nickname for Robert, but became a top 100 name for girls in the 60s. But we still think this name suits guys more, probably because of its association with Robin Williams.

2. Hawk:

This moniker is inspired by the majestic hunting bird, hawk. When the name was coined for babies, hunting was considered an aristocratic sport. Hawk is heard more as a surname than a first name.

3. Crane:

Crane is the name for the genus of large birds with long necks and legs. Its literal meaning is ‘to extend one’s neck’. For the nickname, you can opt for Cray.

4. Merle:

Merle comes from the surname Muriel, but it is also an Old French word merula for blackbird. This name was favored hugely in the years the 1910s and 1920s.

5. Wren:

This is one of this most famous avian-inspired baby names. It entered the United States top 1000 baby name list in the 2013 and climbed 300 spots in just a year.

6. Phoenix:

There is no real bird named Phoenix. But is has been a powerful symbol of rebirth for millennia. Some cultures even have a phoenix-like bird in their traditional stories.

7. Sparrow:

Here’s a name borrowed directly from the bird. Joel Madden and Nicole Richie chose this name for their son. But it would work well for a baby girl too!

8. Swift:

Here’s an active bird baby boy name for you. It is inspired by the fastest flying bird swift, which boasts of over a 100 species. We think it would make an intriguing middle name.

9. Byrd:

Byrd is a variation of the straightforward name, Bird. It was also the name of the teenage son in the television show “Huff”. Sargent James Byrd, the anthropomorphic penguin from game “Spyro the Dragon”, is also a namesake.

10. Falcon:

Falcon would make a powerful and sleek bird name for your baby boy. It’s appropriate for a boy, but we think it would work for a girl, too! Falcon Heene, fondly known as the “balloon boy” would be its namesake.

11. Gull:

This moniker conjures images of salty and windswept air of the beach. As most of you must be knowing, this name is inspired by the seagull. As a name, Gull has Celtic origins and means ‘long-winged swimming birds’.

12. Eagle:

Eagle is a soaring name with patriotic symbolism. We do not have a real life namesake of this name, but in “Old St. Paul’s”, a novel by W. H. Ainsworth, Solomon Eagle was a character. It’s also the name of a rock band.

13. Finch:

The meaning of Finch is ‘to swindle’. But its similarity with pinch would be a turnoff for some parents. Did you know, in the medieval times, Finch was believed to be a foolish bird?

14. Chelidon:

Chelidon, the Greek name for swallow, (the bird) would make a different name for your son. In the Greek mythology, Chelidon was the loving sister to Philomela.

15. Corvus:

Corvus, the Latin word for ‘crow’ could also make a potential baby name.

16. Corbin:

Here’s another baby name inspired by the crow. We bet no one can even guess that it’s inspired by our black feathered friend. It’s also the name of the castle where the Holy Grail is believed to be hiding.

17. Bran:

Bran is a Celtic name, meaning ‘crow’. You can even keep it as a short form of Branwen or Branok, which mean the same.

18. Fechine:

Fechine is an Irish name derived from the word ‘fiach’, which means ‘raven.’

19. Wulfram:

If you want something fierce and bold for your son, name him Wulfram, which means ‘wolf raven’.

20. Colm:

Colm is an Irish name meaning ‘dove’. You can even use it as a nickname for the name Colman, which means the same.

21. Callum:

We’ve got another baby name meaning ‘dove’. Callum is the Scottish form of the name Columba and is a huge hit in Scotland, England, and Ireland.

22. Heron:

The moniker of the long-legged wading bird would sound great on your baby boy too. Heron has a soft, yet robust sound to it. Herron is another spelling.

23. Jay:

This moniker is inspired by the Jaybird. It may seem like a modern name, but has been in use for centuries.

24. Columba:

This moniker, developed in the Late Latin, means ‘dove’. This popular Irish name could easily immigrate, given its peaceful meaning.

25. Lonan:

Lonan is an Irish name, meaning ‘blackbird.’ We think it would make a fresher alternative to Conan and Logan. For the nickname, you can choose Lonin or Loni.

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