180+ Catchy Alabama Baby Names For You To Choose From

Alabama is a state in the southeastern part of the US. It is known best for its southern culture and football and also, having many renowned universities. Here are some names to keep if your little baby somehow shares roots with Alabama state. 

Alabama baby names for boys

Asher

Hebrew origin. Derived from ‘Osher’, signifies blessed and happy.

Aiden

Originated from Irish mythology, signifying “little fire”

Alexander

Latin Greek name, signifying “defender of men”

Andrew

Greek origin literally signifies brave and strong.

Ayden 

Another variation of ‘Aiden’.

Ashton

Old English origin signifies “ash tree settlement”.

Amir

Arabic origin, keeping this name signifies having a lot of hope from the child, signifying ‘prince’.

Axel

It is of Hebrew origin, literally translated to “father of peace”.

Benjamin

It has been a popular name among males, it is often given to the youngest child.

Bryson

English origin, signifies a nobleman’s son.

Braxton

Old English origin, signifying “brock’s town”. 

Brayden

It is a variation of Bradon, it is given to someone whose home is near a broad valley.

Bennett

It simply signifies blessed, it is believed that it originated from “Benedictus”. 

Charles

It signifies to be a “free man”. It has been popular throughout history.

Carter

It simply signifies the transporter and cars or goods.

Christian

Greek origin, it is used for the people who follow Jesus Christ.

Christopher

It resembles Christopher Columbus who was a famous explorer. 

Colton

It can be used for the person who is from a lump of coal or a dark town.

Cooper

English origin, used for a person who repairs tubs, barrels, or vats.

Carson

Scandinavian origin. It signifies the marsh dweller’s son.

Cameron

It is of Scottish origin, signifying a crooked nose.

Caleb

Hebrew origin, it is given to a person believed to be faithful, brave, or whole-hearted.

Chase

French origin simply signifies to hunt or strive for, used for someone who wants to pursue success.

Connor

It is an animal-related name, usually used for a dog lover.

David

Derived from “Dawid”, given to some who are beloved.

Daniel

It is Hebrew in origin and is usually given to a person who is believed to be wise.

Dylan

It is closely associated with the sea and waves. It is given to someone believed to become great.

Elijah

Hebrew origin, it is given to someone who is honest and understanding.

Easton

It is often associated with sunrise, it may depict the happiness of parents.

Ethan

It can be given to a child who seems to grows strong, bold, or wise. 

Ezra

Hebrew origin, is given to a person who seems to help or protect others.

Eli

It is of Hebrew origin, it signifies height or elevated, it is often given to a person believed to be high.

John

Hebrew origin, derived from ‘Yohanan’, signifies God had graced the child.

James

It has a Hebrew origin, named after King James VI of the 17th century.

Noah

Believed to be of Hebrew origin, simply translated to peace or rest.

Manson

Scottish origin, named after the son of Magnus.

Liam

Derived from ‘Uilliam’ or ‘William’, given to a baby believed to become powerful, achiever or leader.

Samuel

Hebrew origin, literally translates to God listens.

Hudson

English origin, named after the son of Hud.

Wyatt

It is of English origin, used for someone who is strong and brave in battle.

Henry

Old German name, derived from Henri. Simply signifies the ruler of the house.

Oliver

It is often associated with olive. It became a popular name in England, given for dignity and beauty.

Jaxon

English origin, it is derived from Jackson. Literally translated into ‘God is gracious.

Jackson

Giving this name signifies God has favored the parent and they believe God to be gracious.

Levi

Hebrew origin, signifies united or joined for harmony.

Grayson

It is of English origin, named after the son of a bailiff.

Michael

Hebrew origin, given to someone who looks like God or is believed to be gifted by God.

Jacob

Hebrew origin, derived from “Ya’aqov”, is given to someone believed to be victorious in life.

Luke

Derived from ‘Lux’, signifying ‘light’. It is given to someone energetic and bright.

Thomas

It is of Hebrew origin, it is literally translated into ‘twin’.

Kingston

Old English origin signifies the place of the kings.

Owen

Celtic and Welsh origin, it is given to a baby which is well-born or believed to be noble.

Josiah

It is of Hebrew origin. It signifies being supported or healed by God.

Lucas

Derived from ‘Loukas’. it is associated with the happiness which a child brings in the home.

Logan

Scottish origin, literally translated into ‘little hollow’, signifies little warrior.

Jayden

It is of Hebrew origin, literally translated to thankful.

Joshua

Derived from ‘Yehoshua’, Hebrew origin, literally translated into “God is deliverance”

Waylon

English origin, given to someone believed to be skillful or talented across the land.

Lincoln

Old English origin, popularized for the great and famous president Abraham Lincoln.

Isaiah

It is of old Hebrew origin, derived from “Yeshayahu”, literally translated into “God is salvation”.

Greyson

It is of Old English origin, given to the son of a gray-haired man.

Gabriel

Derived from Gabriel, Hebrew origin, it signifies having the strength of God.

Jace

Greek and Hebrew origin, it signifies the one who heals.

Robert

Derived from “Hrodebert, German origin, it is literally translated into the bright frame.

Alabama baby names for girls

Ava

Variation for ‘Eve’, Hebrew origin, popularized by actress Ava Gardner, literally translates to the bird.

Amelia

It is of Latin origin, signifying hardworking or industrious.

Emma

Derived from ‘Ermen’, German origin, signifying complete, whole, or universal.

Charlotte

A feminine version of ‘Charles’, signifying a free woman, it got popularized by Queen Charlotte.

Olivia

The feminine form of ‘Oliver’, signifying associated with the olive tree, represents peace.

Evelyn

Derived from ‘Aveline’, its signifying is associated with life or prosperity.

Elizabeth

Hebrew origin, got popular for Queen Elizabeth of England, signifying God gifted or promise of God.

Harper

English origin, it was used as a surname by harp players. It is more popular as a female name.

Isabella

Italian or Spanish version of Elizabeth, literally translated into “God is my oath”

Mary

Derived from ‘Miriam’, Hebrew origin, given to someone beloved.

Paisley

Scottish origin, a famous place in Scotland, and also a kind of Indian fabric.

Avery

Derived from ‘Alfred’, literally translated to ‘ruler of elves’.

Anna

Derived from ‘Chanah’ Hebrew origin, it signifies to be gracious.

Abigail

Hebrew origin, can mean the reason for happiness or “father’s joy”.

Mia

It is believed to be of Egyptian origin, given to someone who is little and beloved.

Ellie

Hebrew origin, its signifying is associated with God and light.

Everly

It is of English origin, signifying that the baby is brave like a wild boar.

Eleanor

It is given to someone who is bright or shines like a ray of light.

Sophia

A very likable Greek name, signifying wisdom.

Layla

Ancient Arabic origination is also believed to have a Hebrew origin. Signifying darkness or night.

Lily

It is associated with the lily flower, it emphasizes innocence and purity.

Madison

It is named after Mathew’s son. It is of English origin.

Nova

It is derived from ‘Novus’, Latin origin, signifying new.

Rylee

It is of Irish origin, derived from ‘Reilly’, which signifies valiant, courageous, or social.

Aubrey

Old German origin often signifies to have mystical wisdom to rule little people.

Addison

It is of Old English origin, named after Adam’s son.

Emily

Derived from ‘Aemilius’, the feminine version of Emil signifies to be a great rival or excel successfully.

Willow

English origin, its signifying is associated with a willow tree, it signifies freedom.

Zoey 

Another version of ‘Zoe’, Greek origin, signifying life.

Skylar

English origin, another version of ‘Schuyler’, signifying scholar.

Brooklyn

English origin, it is given to a person living close to a brook.

Hazel

English origin, its signifying is associated to hazel tree, signifies wisdom and inspiration.

Ryleigh

Another version of ‘Riley’, of old English origin, is given to some believed to be outgoing and social.

Nora

Short form of the name ‘Honora’. The feminine form of Norman signifies dignified and noble.

Sadie

Hebrew origin, it is given to a girl who is the princess for her family.

Gianna

Hebrew and Italian origin, signifies God is being gracious.

Scarlett

English origin, signifies red and can mean being vibrant in character.

Ivy

Old English origin is associated with the Ivy plant.

Lucy

English origin, feminine alternative to Lucius, signifying like the light.

Mila

Derived from ‘Milagros’, it signifies miracle or gracious.

Naomi

Hebrew origin, it signifies pleasantness and is given to someone honest or sweet.

Madelyn

It has Hebrew, French and Greek origin. It can be given to a girl from Magdala.

Khloe

According to Greek mythology, Goddess Demeter was called with this name.

Hannah

Hebrew origin, signifies that the family believes that God has favored them with the child.

Stella

Latin origin, literally translated to celestial star.

Penelope

It is of Greek origin, it signifies the person who weaves.

Savannah

English origin, derived from the place ‘Savannah’.

Adalyn

German origin, variation of Adelaide. Signifying a noble person.

Kaylee

English origin, it signifies purity, literally translated to crown.

Sarah

Hebrew origin, can mean the princess of a nobleman.

Aurora

Latin origin, for a baby it can mean the one who shines.

Genesis

Greek origin, it can be given to a baby to mark the beginning of her life.

Alice

Old German origin signifies to be from a noble or exalted family.

Emilia

Derived from ‘Aemilus’, it signifies to try its best to excel.

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