184+ Catchy Arizona Baby Names For You To Choose From

Arizona is a state, located in the western part of the United States. Also popularly known as ‘the Grand Canyon state’, the Sonoran Desert is also a great attraction and it also posses some of the most auspicious waterfalls. If your baby belongs to this land, just like these splendid wonders, then increase their grace with the most suitable name.

Arizona Baby names for boys

Alexander

Greek in origin, derived from ‘Alexandros’, given to the one who defends men.

Liam

Brief of ‘William’ or ‘Uilliam’, Irish origin, means a warrior filled with a strong will.

Sebastian

Greek origin, literally translated to venerable, respected, or honorable.

Noah

Believed to be derived from ‘Noach’, Hebrew origin signifies rest and peace.

Ethan

It is of Hebrew origin, derived from ‘Eitan’, given to someone strong and sturdy.

Oliver

English origin, its meaning is associated with the ‘olive tree’.

Elijah

Hebrew origin, signifies God’s strength or power.

Mateo

Spanish in origin, variation of ‘Matthew’, meaning God gifted.

David

It’s of Hebrew origin, comes from ‘David’, given to someone beloved.

Benjamin

It has Hebrew roots, literally translated to ‘Right hand’s son’

Santiago

Spanish and Hebrew origin, literally translated to ‘Saint James’.

Julian

Originated from ‘Julianus’, means youthful at heart.

Manson

Derived from a Scottish surname, literally translated to “Magnus’s son”. 

Michael

It is of Hebrew origin, it means God gifted or someone like God.

Logan

Scottish in origin, derived from a surname, also the name of a place.

Grayson 

English origin, given to someone who shines, literally translated to Bailiff’s son.

Leo

It has Latin roots, signifies strength, literally translated to ‘lion’.

Isaac

It is of Hebrew origin, signifies laughter.

Jose

Hebrew in origin, literally translated to ‘God will add’.

Henry

Variation for ‘Heimirich’, English origin, means the one who rules the home.

Luis

It is of Spanish origin, a variation of  ‘Louis’, which means an auspicious warrior.

Ezekiel

Biblical name, Hebrew in origin, literally translated to God shall strengthen.

Carlos

Spanish origin, given to a free person.

Jack

It is of English origin, meaning God had been gracious.

Ezra

Hebrew in origin, derived from ‘Azar’, meaning someone who helps or God had helped.

Gabriel

Originated from a Hebrew name, meaning God’s man or having God’s support and strength.

Jayden

It’s of Hebrew origin, it simply means being thankful let God be the judge.

Jaxon

Newer spelling variation for ‘Jackson’, meaning Jack’s son or God had been gracious.

Thomas

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

Asher

Hebrew in origin, signifies happiness, meaning blessed.

Axel

Scandinavian in origin, signifies peace.

Emiliano

Originated from the Italian name ‘Aemilianus’, means being eager to succeed or being a worthy rival.

Theodore

Greek origin means divine gift of God, popularized by the famous U.S president Theodore Roosevelt.

Leonardo

Italian in origin, variation for the name ‘Leonard’, given to someone brave as a lion.

Andrew

Is of Greek origin, given to someone manly, brave and strong.

Jonathan

Hebrew origin, short from alternative to ‘Jehonathan’, literally translated to ’God had given.

Jameson

It is of Old English origin, meaning James’s son.

Hudson

English origin, may signify soul, mind, and heart, literally translated to ‘Hugh’s son’.

Kai

Polynesian origin signifies the almighty sea, which may mean the keeper or protector of Earth.

Ian

Scottish origin, variation for ‘John’, meaning God had been gracious.

Caleb

Hebrew in origin, signifies faith, given to someone whole-hearted.

Diego

Spanish origin signifies wisdom, literally translated to ‘supplanter’.

Eli

It is of Hebrew origin, meaning high or elevated.

Matthew

Hebrew origin, stemmed from the classic name ‘Mattiyahu’, means God gifted.

Adriel

Hebrew origin, means to be God’s shelter.

Jose

It is of Hebrew origin, literally translated to God shall add.

Xavier

Arabic origin, simply meaning new house and bright.

Maximiliano

It has Spanish roots, literally translated to ‘greatest’.

Giovanni

Italian in origin, variation for ‘John’, meaning God had been gracious.

Abel

Hebrew origin, Biblical name, literally translated to ‘breath’.

Juan

Spanish in origin, an alternative to ‘John’, signifies God’s grace.

Easton

Stemmed from a surname, English origin, signifies the direction from which sun and moon rise up.

Nathan

It is of Hebrew origin, literally translated to ‘God gifted’.

Miles

Latin in origin, literally translated to ‘soldier’.

Hunter

English origin, derived from ‘Hunta’, is given to someone who strives to chase or capture.

Ian

It has Sottish roots, variation for ‘John’, which means God had graced.

Roman

Latin in origin, meaning someone who belongs to Rome.

Christian

Greek origin, literally translated to Christ’s follower.

Jose

Hebrew in origin, came from ‘Joseph’, means God will be increasing.

Wyatt

It has an English origin, given to someone who is brave in battle,

Arizona Baby names for girls

Amelia

It stemmed from  ‘Amal’, Latin in origin, signifies hard work and diligence.

Ava

Variation for Eve, Latin origin, means to prosper and live.

Avery

English origin, derived from ‘Alfred’, simply meaning the ruler or leader of small people.

Abigail

It is of Hebrew origin, means the maker of father’s joy.

Aria

Italian in origin, literally translated to melody, song, or air.

Olivia

The feminine version of the name ‘Oliver’, Latin origin, its meaning is associated with the olive tree.

Sophia

Greek origin signifies sophistication and beauty, literally translated to wisdom.

Camila

Variation of ‘Camila’, given to the one who helps the priest.

Isabella

It’s of French origin, derived from ‘Isabel’, literally translated to God had promised.

Luna

Latin origin, literally translated to ‘moon’, was the name of the ancient Roman Goddess of the moon.

Mia

Scandinavian in origin, short form of ‘Maria’, given to someone beloved.

Emily

It has Latin roots, derived from ‘Aemilius’, which means to be a worthy rival or having the grit to succeed.

Charlotte

The feminine version of ‘Charles’, French origin, can mean ‘free woman’.

Harper

English in origin, given to someone who plays the harp.

Elizabeth

Hebrew origin, popularized by England’s Queen Elizabeth, its meaning is associated with God and oath.

Victoria

It is of Latin origin, feminine alternative to ‘Victor’, signifies victory.

Penelope

Greek in origin, given to the one who weaves.

Scarlett

English origin, it can emphasize vibrant character, literally translated to ‘red’.

Zoey

Alternative spelling for ‘Zoe’, Greek origin, literally translated to life.

Aubrey

It is of Old German origin, it means the fair ruler or leader of little people.

Aurora

Latin in origin, means dawn’s Goddess.

Emilia

The feminine version of ‘Aemilius’, means to be a worthy rival or to excel successfully.

Ella

Brief of ‘Eleanor’, Hebrew origin, signifies light.

Ellie

Hebrew origin, literally translated to ‘God is being my candle or light’.

Ella

Eleanor’s short-form signifies light, it can mean fair or beautiful woman.

Layla

It is of ancient Arabic origin, it means black or night, which may signify dark beauty.

Bella

It has Italian roots, given to the one who is beautiful.

Valentina

Latin origin, literally translated to healthy or strong.

Natalia

It has a Latin origin, literally translated to birthday or Christmas day.

Athena

Greek origin, it was the name of the Goddess of wisdom and war.

Genesis

Greek in origin, literally translated to ‘the beginning’, is usually given to the one filled with potential.

Ximena

A feminine alternative to ‘Simeon’,  Hebrew origin, signifies that God had heard.

Grace

Latin in origin, means to be elegant, graceful, and charming.

Lily

English origin, meaning ‘lotus flower’, signifies innocence and purity.

Allison

It is German in origin, signifies nobility, means the exalted one.

Aaliyah

Variation for ‘Aliyah’, Arabic origin, given to someone who is highly regarded.

Delilah

Originated in Hebrew, literally translated to ‘delicate’.

Hannah

Hebrew origin, came from ‘Channah’, means being gracious.

Leilani

Polynesian in origin, literally translated to flower or child.

Nora

Brief for ‘Honora’, Latin in origin, literally translated to ‘honor’.

Ivy

It has English or Latin roots, its meaning is associated with the ‘Ivy plant’.

Paisley

It’s of Scottish origin, literally translated to ‘church’, which may signify royalty.

Hazel

English in origin, its meaning is associated with the hazel tree, signifies wisdom.

Everly

Derived from ‘Eberhard’, English origin, it can be brave like a wild boar.

Chloe

Greek in origin, given to someone bright, means discovery or growth.

Madison

Derived from ‘Mathieson’, English origin, literally translated to Maud’s son.

Brooklyn

It is of English origin, derived from a surname, literally translated to ‘broken land’.

Riley

Derived from an English surname, Irish origin, also named after a place.

Leah

It’s of Hebrew origin, given to someone pretty.

Arianna

Latin variation of ‘Ariadne’, given to someone sacred.

Addison

Originated from a surname, English origin, literally translated to ‘Adam’s son’.

Samantha

The feminine version of ‘Samuel’, Hebrew origin, its meaning is associated with God.

Lucy

The feminine version of the name ‘Lucius’, which has English and French roots, signifies light and radiance.

Stella

Latin origin literally translated to ‘star’.

Maria

Latin in origin, variation for ‘Mary’, signifies sea, given to someone beloved.

Emery

It’s of Latin origin, literally translated to ‘loving’.

Kennedy

It has Scottish and Irish roots, which signifies protection.

Savannah

English in origin, literally translated to ‘a plain which is treeless’.

Ruby

It has Latin and French roots, it’s the name of a red and precious stone.

Maya

Indian origin signifies magic and illusions, it also appeared in Greek Mythology.

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