84 Popular And Cute Palindrome Names For Girls And Boys

Tips for choosing a name :

Here are some questions I asked myself when picking names for my children. You can rank them in order of priority for your family because not all of them will be as important as others.

  • Do you want to use a family name or initial?
  • Does it have a nice meaning to it?
  • Does it have meaning to us or our family?
  • Are there nicknames for this name that we want to use or avoid?
  • Is it too popular?
  • Is it too unique?
  • Does the name sound well with your last name?
  • Are there any negative associations you have with it?
  • What will his initials be?
  • What will that name sound like when they’re an adult or professional?

Palindrome Names For Baby Girls:

1. Ada:

The name Ada will suit your baby girl well because it means ‘noble’ in German.

2. Aidia:

Aidia is an exotic name with Spanish roots and means ‘help’. It will be an apt name for your caring and helpful daughter.

3. Ailia:

If you are into European names and palindromes intrigue you, here is another name that might interest you. Ailia is an Irish name that means ‘light’.

4. Aja:

Aja is an uncommon name that is Arabic for ‘priestess of Mecca’. Aja can be your choice if you are into Muslim names.

5. Aka:

Aka is a popular Japanese name for girls and means ‘red’. It will be suitable for your baby daughter, especially if she is red-headed.

6. Alala:

The name Alala has Greek origins and is the Greek word for ‘war cry’. You can name your baby girl Alala if she is competitive and all set to conquer the world.

7. Aleela:

Aleela is sourced from South Africa and is popular among the Swahili tribes. It is the Swahili word for ‘she cries’. It will be a pretty name for your daughter.

8. Ama:

Is your daughter born on a Saturday? Then you may consider this name. Ama means ‘born on Saturday’ in African.

9. Anana:

This beautiful name sources its origin from the Inuit tribes settled in Iceland. Anana in Inuit means ‘beautiful,’ just like your baby girl.

10. Anna:

Anna is a pretty and popular name with Greek roots. It comes from the Greek word avva which means ‘beautiful’ again!

11. Anina:

Yet another name with Greek origin, Anina means ‘grace’. You can choose this exquisite name for your graceful daughter.

12. Ara:

Who doesn’t love the first rains? If you do as well, cement your daughter’s popularity among her peers and the rest of the world by naming her Ara. Ara is Arabic for ‘rain’.

13. Arora:

This famous Disney princess name is a derivation of the name Aurora, which means ‘goddess of dawn’. It is a very happening name currently.

14. Asa:

You are grateful for your little bundle of joy. Turn this feeling into her name by naming your daughter Asa, which means ‘grateful’ in Arabic.

15. Ava:

Your baby girl means the life to you and your partner. Choose Ava as her name as it means ‘life’.

16. Aviva:

Baby girls are fresh like the springtime and innocent as angels. Your innocent daughter needs a name that suits this trait. You could go with Aviva, which means ‘innocent’ or ‘springtime’ in Latin.

17. Aziza:

Aziza is an Arabic word meaning ‘cherished’ or ‘beloved’. You can opt for this pretty name for your cherished daughter.

18. Ece:

This is a very uncommon name with Turkish origins. Ece means ‘queen’ in Turkish.

19. Ede:

Ede is a short and sweet name for your baby boy. Originating from Old English, the name means ‘wealthy guardian’.

20. Eidie:

Your baby girl is going to be healthy, wealthy, and wise in the years to come. Prepare her from now by naming her Eidie. This is a Nordic name that stands for ‘spoils of war’ or ‘wealthy’.

21. Elle:

What about naming your daughter something exotic and exquisite? Elle is the name for her. Elle is French for ‘she’.

22. Eme:

The sun, sands, and beaches of Hawaii attract everybody. If you are keen on Hawaiian culture, why not choose a Hawaiian name? Eme means ‘loved’ in Hawaiian.

23. Emme:

If you add another ‘m’ to the previous name, it becomes a German name. Emme has originated from the German word Ermen, which means ‘universal’ or ‘whole’.

24. Eevee:

Is your daughter born on Christmas eve? We have a perfect palindrome name for her! Eevee means ‘girl born on Christmas eve’ in Old English.

25. Eve:

If you have read the Old Testament, you are familiar with the name Eve. It is a Hebrew word for ‘life’ or ‘lively’.

26. Habibah:

This sweet palindrome name is an Arabic word for ‘beloved’ or ‘sweetheart’. You can pick this up for your baby girl, who is your sweetheart.

27. Halah:

You see your daughter as an angel, complete with a halo. Name her Halah which is an unusual name that stands for ‘nimble’ or ‘halo’ in Arabic.

28. Hannah:

Hannah is one of the most common palindrome names in the world. It is a Hebrew word for ‘grace’ or ‘favor’.

29. Hayah:

This palindrome name has Arabic roots and means ‘life’. You can consider this name if you are into philosophical names.

30. Ireri:

This unique name comes all the way from Kenya and means ‘one who nurtures’ or ‘guardian’. It is the perfect fit for your nurturing baby girl.

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