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The Most Beautiful Bohemian Baby Names

For some parents-to-be, Picking a baby name can prove to be a much tougher task than expected — there are just too many cute names to choose from. Not to mention the building pressure of finding the absolute perfect name for your child can feel really daunting at times. It's your first of many official parental rites of passage.

With so many options, from cool names to meaningful names to aesthetic names, it's very easy to get lost in the expansive sea of options and find the right fit for you, your baby, and your family. If you're looking to at least narrow down your search by category, we've compiled some of our favorite boho names that each have a bit of their own unique earthy, hippie flair.

From cute boho girl names like Blossom or Faye to adorable hippie boy names like Archer or Flint, you really can't go wrong with any of these special monikers. Hopefully one of them will be the right fit that you've been searching for. They all roll off the tongue so easily — how will you be able to choose just one?

Ahead, check out our favorite boho baby names (we have a lot of favorites — sorry in advance).

Boho Boy Names

  1. Alaric: German — "All-powerful ruler."
  2. Alchemy: Latin — Medieval chemistry.
  3. Alder: English — English tree.
  4. Alistair: Scottish — "Defending men."
  5. Alto: Latin — High.
  6. Ansel: German — "With divine protection."
  7. Apollo: Greek — Mythological son of Zeus.
  8. Archer: English — Bowman.
  9. Ari: Hebrew — "Lion of God."
  10. Aries: Latin — A ram.
  11. Arlo: Irish — "Between two hills."
  12. Armon: German — Soldier.
  13. Arrow: Celtic
  14. Asa: Hebrew; Japanese — Healer; "Born in the morning."
  15. Asher: Hebrew — Fortunate, blessed, "happy one."
  16. Aspen: English — Shaking poplar tree.
  17. Atlas: Greek — "Bearer of the heavens."
  18. Atticus: Latin — "From Attica."
  19. Auden: English — Old friend.
  20. August: Latin — Great, magnificent.
  21. Axel: Scandinavian — "Father of peace."
  22. Bear: English — "Strong and brave bear."
  23. Bodhi: Sanskrit — Awakening, enlightenment.
  24. Breeze: English — Light, gentle wind.
  25. Brody: Irish; English; Scottish — Broad eye or broad island.
  26. Cass: Dutch — "Bringer of treasure."
  27. Chakra: Sanskrit — Wheel, circle.
  28. Cobalt: German — Blue.
  29. Cosmo: Greek; Italian; English — Order.
  30. Cove: English — "Small bay."
  31. Cullen: Irish — Holly tree.
  32. Cyan: English — Greenish blue color.
  33. Dax: French — Leader.
  34. Dexter: Latin — Dyer; right-handed.
  35. Emile: Latin — Rival.
  36. Eryk: Old Norse — "Eternal ruler."
  37. Everest: English — World's tallest mountain.
  38. Ezekiel: Hebrew — "God strengthens."
  39. Ezra: Hebrew — Help.
  40. Felix: Latin — Happy; fortunate.
  41. Finch: English — "To swindle."
  42. Fletcher: English — "Arrow-maker."
  43. Flint: English — "Born near outcrop of flint."
  44. Forrest: English — "Dweller near the woods."
  45. Fox: English
  46. Gareth: Welsh — Gentle.
  47. Grey: Scottish — "The son of the bailiff."
  48. Griffin: Welsh — "Strong lord."
  49. Hawk: English
  50. Heath: English — "The heathland dweller."
  51. Hendrix: Dutch; German — "Estate ruler."
  52. Hendry: English; Scottish
  53. Hurley: Irish — Sea tide.
  54. Huxley: English — "Inhospitable place."
  55. Indy: English — Kind, gentle.
  56. Jarvis: English — Spear.
  57. Jax: American — "God is gracious."
  58. Joaquin: Spanish — "God will judge."
  59. Jonah: Hebrew — Dove.
  60. Jude: Latin — Praised.
  61. Jules: Latin — Youthful; soft; downy.
  62. Julian: Latin — Youthful; "sky father."
  63. Kai: Hawaiian — Sea.
  64. Knox: Scottish — Round hill.
  65. Kylo: Scottish — "Narrow spit of land."
  66. Larkin: Irish — Rough; fierce.
  67. Lars: Scandinavian — "Crowned with laurel."
  68. Leander: Greek — "Lion man."
  69. Leif: Scandinavian — Heir; descendant.
  70. Lennon: Irish — Lover.
  71. Loki: Norse — Airy.
  72. Malakai: Hebrew — "My messenger."
  73. Marley: English — "Pleasant seaside meadow."
  74. Mars: Latin — Mythological god of war.
  75. Memphis: Greek — Enduring; beautiful.
  76. Milo: Latin — Soldier; merciful.
  77. Nirvana: Sanskrit — "Place of great bliss."
  78. Ocean: Aboriginal — Sea.
  79. Onyx: Greek — Nail; claw.
  80. Orion: Greek — Rising in the sky; dawning.
  81. Oscar: English; Irish — "God spear."
  82. Oz: Hebrew — Strength, powerful.
  83. Phoenix: Greek — Rebirth.
  84. Poe: English — Peacock.
  85. Poet: English
  86. Quest: Latin — Seek; mission.
  87. Rafe: English — "Wolf-counsel."
  88. Raphael: Hebrew — "God has healed."
  89. Rebel: German — Defiant.
  90. Reef: German — Rope.
  91. Remy: French — Oarsman.
  92. Rex: Latin — King.
  93. Rhett: English — Advice.
  94. Rider: English — Horseman.
  95. Riordan: Irish — Bard; royal poet.
  96. River: Latin
  97. Rocky: English — Rock; rest.
  98. Scout: English — To listen.
  99. Sebastian: Latin — "Person from ancient city of Sebastia."
  100. Silas: English — Wood; forest.
  101. Sonny: English — Son.
  102. Stellan: Swedish — Calm.
  103. Stone: German
  104. Storm: German
  105. Tristan: Celtic — Noise; sorrowful.
  106. Tate: Norse — Cheerful.
  107. Wheeler: English — Wheel maker.
  108. Wild: English
  109. Wilder: English — Untamed; wild.
  110. Wolf: German
  111. Woody: English — "Row of houses by a wood."
  112. Xander: Greek — Defending men.
  113. Xavier: Basque — New house.
  114. Zephyr: Greek — West wind.
  115. Zest: French — Orange or lemon peel.

Boho Girl Names

  1. Adele: French — Noble; nobility.
  2. Allegra: Italian — Joyous.
  3. Amethyst: Greek — Gemstone.
  4. Aria: Italian; Hebrew — Air; song; lion.
  5. Arwen: Welsh — Noble maiden.
  6. Aurora: Latin — Dawn.
  7. Autumn: Latin — "Of woods."
  8. Avery: English — "Ruler of the elves."
  9. Bea: Latin — "She who brings happiness."
  10. Birdie: English — Bird.
  11. Bloom: German — Flower.
  12. Blossom: English — To bloom.
  13. Blue: German
  14. Boheme: French — Bohemian.
  15. Cadence: Latin — Rhythm, beat.
  16. Calliope: Greek — Beautiful voice.
  17. Catrine: Greek — Pure.
  18. Celeste: Latin — Heavenly.
  19. Chiara: Italian — Light; clear.
  20. Clementine: French — Mild; merciful.
  21. Clover: English — Key.
  22. Coriander: Greek — Spice.
  23. Cosima: Greek — Order; beauty.
  24. Cyrene: Greek — Supreme power.
  25. Dahlia: Swedish — "Dahl's flower."
  26. Daisy: English — "Day's eye."
  27. Darcy: Irish; French — Dark one; "from the fortress."
  28. Deja: French — Always.
  29. Delilah: Hebrew; Arabic — Delicate.
  30. Della: German — Noble.
  31. Demelza: Cornish — "Fort on the hill."
  32. Drea: Greek — Strong.
  33. Eisley: Swiss — Cheerful.
  34. Elowen: Cornish — Elm.
  35. Ember: French — Spark.
  36. Esmeralda: Spanish; Portuguese — Emerald.
  37. Everly: English — "Wild boar in woodland clearing."
  38. Faye: English — Fairy.
  39. Fern: English — Bold voyager.
  40. Fiona: Scottish — White; fair.
  41. Flora: Latin — Flower.
  42. Gaia: Greek — Rejoicing.
  43. Gemma: Italian — Precious stone.
  44. Goldie: Yiddish — Gold.
  45. Harlow: English — Rock hill.
  46. Haven: English — Place of safety; shelter.
  47. Hazel: English — Hazelnut tree.
  48. Ilona: Hungarian — Torch; shining light.
  49. Indie: English — Independent.
  50. Indigo: Greek — Indian dye.
  51. Iris: Greek — Rainbow.
  52. Isla: Scottish; Spanish — Island.
  53. Ivy: English — Vine.
  54. Jessa: Hebrew — Wealthy.
  55. Juniper: Latin — Young.
  56. June: Latin — The goddess Juno.
  57. Juno: Latin — Roman goddess of protection.
  58. Kaya: Native American — "My elder sister."
  59. Kodiak: Alutiiq — Island.
  60. Lark: English — Playful songbird.
  61. Lavender: English — Purple flower.
  62. Lennon: Irish — Lover.
  63. Lilac: English — Bluish, purple color.
  64. Lilou: French — Lily.
  65. Lotus: Greek — Lotus flower.
  66. Luna: Latin — Moon.
  67. Lyra: Greek — Lyre.
  68. Lyric: Greek — Lyre.
  69. Mae: English — Pearl.
  70. Magnolia: French — "Magnol's flower."
  71. Maple: Latin — "Piece of cloth."
  72. Mareike: German — Bitter.
  73. Marigold: English — Golden flower.
  74. Marlowe: English — Driftwood.
  75. Meadow: English — Field; grass.
  76. Melody: Greek — Song.
  77. Moon: English
  78. Nala: African — Lion.
  79. Noa: Hebrew — Motion.
  80. Olive: English — Olive tree.
  81. Ophelia: Greek — Help.
  82. Paisley: Scottish — Church.
  83. Paloma: Spanish — Dove.
  84. Patchouli: Tamil — Flower.
  85. Pearl: Latin — Gemstone.
  86. Piper: English — Pipe; flute player.
  87. Poppy: English — Red flower.
  88. Reverie: English; French — Daydream.
  89. Rayne: French — Queen.
  90. Rey: Spanish — King.
  91. Ruby: Latin — Deep red precious stone. —
  92. Saffron: Arabic — Yellow.
  93. Sage: Latin — Wise.
  94. Shiloh: Hebrew — Tranquil.
  95. Skye: Scottish — Sky.
  96. Snow: English
  97. Soleil: French — Sun.
  98. Sparrow: English — Bird.
  99. Story: Norse
  100. Summer: English
  101. Symphony: Greek — Music.
  102. Tabitha: Aramaic — Gazelle.
  103. Tallulah: Choctaw; Irish — Leaping water; "lady of abundance."
  104. Tessa: Greek — To reap; to gather.
  105. Twyla: English — "Woven with double thread."
  106. Uma: Sanskrit; Hebrew — Light; peace; nation.
  107. Vellum: Latin — "Made from calf."
  108. Violet: English — Purple.
  109. Waverly: English — "Meadow of quivering aspens."
  110. Willow: English — Willow tree.
  111. Winter: English
  112. Wren: English — Small bird.
  113. Zahra: Hebrew; Swahili — To shine; flower.
  114. Zelda: German — Grey battle.
  115. Zella: African — "Lacking nothing."
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