100+ Popular October Baby Names

October marks the birth month of the most creative and well balanced people in the world, if you want to pick a name for your kid that matches his or her greatness, you’ve come to the right place. We have prepared a list that goes well with your little one’s genius.

October Baby Names

Walter

German origin, meaning ‘power’, or ‘brightness’, popularized by Sir Walter Raleigh

Damon

Greek origin, meaning ‘to tame’, popularized by Matt Damon

Jimmy

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘the one who supplants’, popularized by Jimmy Carter

Ottavia

Italian origin, translates to ‘eighth born’

Raven

English origin, a bird in Norse mythology

Tyson

French origin, a version of the name ‘tison’, popularized by Mike Tyson

Sabrina

Celtic origin, a goddess, known for heroic acts

Bonnie

Scottish origin, means ‘pretty’ or ‘attractive’, used for both boys and girls

Odis

German origin, meaning ‘wealth’

 Warner

German origin, meaning ‘guard in war’, popularized by Warner Brothers

Esme

English origin, meaning ‘esteemed’, short for Esmeralda

Opal

the birthstone of October, name for girls

Gwen

Welsh origin, meaning ‘white circle’, short for Gwendolyn

Jora

Hebrew origin, translates to ‘autumn rain’

Jackson

English origin, means ‘son of jack’, nicknamed jack

Lennon

Irish origin, means ‘lover’, popularized by John Lennon

Freddy

German origin, meaning ‘a peaceful ruler’, popularized by Freddie Mercury

Juliette

French origin, meaning ‘youthful’, pronounced with an emphasis in the end

Jonas

Greek origin, meaning ‘dove’, popularized by Jonas Brothers

Ian

Scottish origin, means ‘gracious is the lord’, popularized by Sir Ian Mckellan

Francis

Latin origin, translates to ‘free man’ or ‘Frernchman’

Oscar

Mixed English, Irish origin, meaning ‘God spear’ or ‘A great Warrior’

 Salem

Means ‘safe’, a place in Bible, popular in Arabic world

Rosemary

Latin origin, meaning sea’s dew

Poe

English origin, meaning peacock, popularized by Edgar Allen Poe

Winslet

Means ‘wynn’s channel’ or ‘a stream’, popularized by Kate Winslet

Trixie

Latin origin, translates to ‘the one who brings happiness’

Thais

Greek origin, means ‘beloved’ or ‘bandage’

Scorpio

Latin origin, meaning ‘a scorpion’

Tabitha

Aramaic origin, means ‘gazelle’, daughter of Samantha in The Bible

Una

Latin origin, meaning ‘una’ or ‘lamb’

Toby

A name popularized by Toby Maguire

Wednesday

English origin, literally means ‘woden’s day’

Theodore

Greek origin, meaning ‘the gift of god’, popularized by Theodore Roosevelt

Serena

Latin origin, means ‘tranquil’ or ‘serene’

Winifred

Welsh origin, translates to ‘blessed peace making’

Wolfgang

German origin, meaning ‘a traveling wolf’, popularized by Wolfganag Amadeus Mozart

Minnie

Means ‘intellect’ or ‘of the mind’, popularized by Minnie Mouse

Margaret

Greek origin, means ‘pearl’,

Noah

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘rest’ or ‘wandering’, the only righteous man in Bible

Macy

English origin, meaning ‘hill’

Maximillian

Latin origin, meaning ‘the greatest’, nicknamed Max

Mae

English origin, meaning ‘bitter’ or ‘pearl’,  also spelt May, Mei

Luciano

Mixed Italian, Spanish origin, meaning ‘light’

Marigold

English origin, meaning ‘golden flower’

Nestor

Greek origin, meaning ‘traveler’ or ‘voyage’, helper in Trojan War

Libra

Greek origin, meaning ‘scales’ or ‘balance’, the zodiac for October

Charlotte

 French origin, signifying free

Eleanor

English origin, translates to ‘other Aenor’, nicknamed Ellie

Carson

Mixed origin, signifying marsh-dwellers’ son.

Desmond

Means ‘the one from south Munster’, popularized by Desmond Dekker

Flavia

Latin origin, meaning ‘golden’ or ‘blond’, pronounced Flah-via

Crispin

Latin origin, means ‘curly- haired’

Decima

Latin origin, translates to ‘tenth’

Ezra

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘help’, freed slaves in the Bible

Bruno

German origin, meaning brown, popularized by Bruno Mars

Andrew

Greek origin, meaning ‘strong’ or ‘manly’, one of the twelve apostles

Camilla

Latin origin, meaning ‘a young ceremonial attendant’, pronounced ka-mee-laa

Belva

Latin origin, meaning ‘a beautiful view’

Ciara

Irish origin, means ‘the one with the black hair’

Aki

Japanese origin, meaning ‘born in autumn’ or ‘ancestor’

Arthur

Celtic origin, meaning ‘bear’, popularized by the Legend of King Arthur

Bram

Mixed Hebrew, Dutch origin, means ‘a father of multitudes’, popularized by Bram Stoker

Ada

German origin, meaning ‘noble’ or ‘nobility’, a version of Adah

Blanche

French origin, translated to ‘white’

Kenn

Welsh origin, means ‘bright water’,

Aubrey

French roots, means ‘ruler of elves’ or a ‘super natural being’

Gage

French origin, means ‘ one who lends money, or ‘a pledge’

Beryl

Greek origin, translates to ‘sea-green jewel’, a birthstone for October

Logan

Scottish origin, meaning ‘small’ or ‘hollow’, popularized by wolverine

Zedekiah

Hebrew origin, means ’God’s justice’ or ‘the lord is righteous’

Katy

English origin, short for Katherine, popularized by Katy Perry

Crane

English origin, means ‘crown’, popularized by The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow

Calendula

Latin origin, means ‘little calendar’, ‘little clock’ or ‘pot marigold’

Cedric

A name invented by Walter Scott in 1819

Agatha

Greek origin, meaning ‘good’ or ‘kind’

Demeter

Greek origin, goddess of agriculture and growth

Liev

Yiddish origin, means ‘heart’, popularized by Liev Schreiber

Tim

Greek roots, means ‘honoring God’, short for Timothy

Tom

Greek origin, named after an apostle, short for Thomas

Marcus

Roman roots, referring to Mars, the God of War, nicknamed Mark

Zelina

Greek origin, means ’heaven’ or ‘the moon’

Hedwig

German origin, meaning ‘combat’ or ‘duel’, popularized by Harry Potter

Laura

Latin origin, symbolizes strength and victory

Melinda

Greek origin, meaning ‘honeybee’ or ‘dark’, nicknamed linda

Cyrilla

Greek origin, meaning ‘noble’

Ursa

Latin roots, meaning ‘bear’

Felicia

Latin origin, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky’

Bridget

Mixed Irish, Gaelic origin, meaning ‘power’, ‘strength’ or ‘exalted’

Madonna

Italian origin, meaning ‘my lady’ or ‘Italian lady’

Lorenza

Italian origin, meaning ‘a person from Laurentum’

Kayne

Mixed Irish, Gaelic origin, meaning ‘little battler’

Tama

Japanese origin, meaning ‘a jewel’

Onesta

Latin roots, meaning ‘honest’, ‘gentleman’ or ‘respectable’

Irene

Greek origin, meaning ‘peace’, named after Irene if Athens

Daria

Persian origin, translates to ‘the one who holds firm the               God’, female for Darius

Eunice

Greek origin, meaning ‘a good victory’

Nona

Latin origin, meaning ‘the ninth’

Franchette

French origin, meaning ‘little free man’ or ‘from France’

Canice

Irish origin, meaning ‘handsome’, named after St. Cainnech

Cleopatra

Greek origin, meaning ‘glory of her father, popularized by the Egyptian Queen

Fifi

French origin, short for Josephine

Emeline

German origin, meaning ‘a peaceful home’

 Mardia

Islamic origin, meaning ‘devoted to God’ or ‘God-fearing’, version of Marzia

Elia

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘God has answered’, a version of Elijah

Ximena

Basque origin, meaning ‘Hearkening’ or ‘The God has heard’

Thadine

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘given praise’

Arilda

German origin, meaning ‘a maiden of the Earth’

Iva

Slavic origin, female name for Ivo, short for Ivana

Dorcas

Aramaic origin, meaning ‘gazelle’, a version of Tabitha

Raphaela

Italian origin, meaning ‘God has healed’

Alodia

Latin origin, meaning ‘riches’, ‘wealthy’ or ‘property’

Electa

Greek origin, meaning ‘amber’

Armella

German origin, a version of ‘Arnelle’

Penelope

German origin, meaning ‘weaver’, named after Homer’s Character

Edwina

English origin, female word for Edwin, meaning ‘a rich friend’

Pelagia

Greek origin, meaning ‘from the sea’ or ‘of the sea’

Kenwyn

Cornish origin, meaning ‘a white ridge’ or ‘chalk ridge’

Berenice

Greek roots, meaning ‘to bear’ or ‘bearer of victory’

Placida

Spanish origin, meaning ‘serene’ or ‘peaceful’

Majella

Italian origin, named after St. Gerrard Majella

Afrina

Arabic origin, meaning ‘reddish-white’

Alain

French origin, meaning ‘little rock’

Gustave

Swedish origin, meaning ‘staff of the geats’ or ‘goths, gods’

Kenneth

Mixed Gaelic, English origin, meaning ‘handsome’ or ‘comely’

Edward

English origin, meaning ‘fortune, prosperous’, or ‘guardian, protector’

Luke

Latin roots, short for Lucius, meaning ‘the bright one’, or ‘ birthed at dawn’

Severin

Mixed roots, a version of Severe, meaning ‘stern, serious’

Alan

Celtic origin, meaning ‘noble’

Jude

Greek origin, meaning ‘praised’

Jareth

English origin, named after a movie character in Labyrinth

Fulk

German origin, meaning ‘people’ or ‘folk’, also spelled Fulke, Fulko

Quentin

Latin origin, meaning ‘the fifth’, popularized by Quentin Tarantino

Simon

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘listen’, ‘hearing’ or ‘flat-nosed’

Oran

Irish origin, meaning ‘shade of green’

Brandan

English origin, meaning ‘a hill covered with broom’, which is a weed

Edfrid

English origin, meaning ‘a prolific ruler’

Gerard

French origin, meaning ‘spear’ or ‘strength’, popularized by Gerard Butler

Abban

Irish roots, a version of Abbot

Godwin

English origin, meaning ‘a friend of God’, named after Mt. Godwin Austin

Slade

English origin, meaning ‘valley’ or ‘a dweller of the valley’

Remi

French origin, meaning ‘remedy’

Dmitri

Greek origin, named after Demeter, the Goddess of Agriculture

Jarett

German origin, a version of Gerard, meaning ‘spear’ or ‘strong’

Finian

Mixed Irish, Gaelic origin, meaning ‘fair’

Gall

Mixed British origin, meaning ‘foreigner’ or ‘stranger’

Boetius

Irish origin, meaning ‘foolish pride’

Moran

Irish origin, meaning ‘a descendant of Moran’, of Mayo and Sligo

Thaddeus

Armaic origin, meaning ‘a heart’ or ‘a courageous heart, nicknamed Thad

Ximen

Chinese origin, meaning ‘west gate’, pronounced ‘’she-men’’

Sibold

English origin, a version of Sigebeald, meaning ‘victorious’ or ‘brave’

Calixtus

Version of Callistus, meaning ‘a wine cup’, named after a Pope

Rothard

German origin, meaning ‘red’, a family name

Viator

Latin origin, meaning ‘traveler’

Wendelyn

Welsh origin, meaning ‘white’ or ‘holy’

Claret

English origin, meaning ‘dark red’

Caleb

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘faithful, devotional, or ‘whole hearted’

Odilon

French origin, named after St. Odilon

Dennis

Mixed Greco, Roman origin, named after Dionysius, meaning ‘The Dane’

Ewald

German origin, meaning ‘law’, ‘custom’ or ‘right’

Maximillian

French origin, named after two Roman Generals

Raphael

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘he has healed’, also spelt Rafael.

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