Love Names

Male Names
  • Prince (English) - Royal son [English speaking countries]

    "Prince" is ultimately derived from the Latin "princeps," meaning "the first." Prince is a title used in most royal houses to indicate a son in line for the throne.

    Prince is also the name of an American musician who famously changed his n

Female Names
  • Amie (French) - Loved [English speaking countries]

    Amie is the French word for a female friend pronounced "ah MEE".

  • Amy (French) - Loved [English speaking countries]

    English form of the Old French Aimée, in use in the United States since the 18th century. It should be noted that the spellings Ami, and Amie are not used in France because they are the words used to refer to a friend.

    Amy is the name of

  • Carissa (French) - Caress [English speaking countries]
  • Carys (Welsh) - Love [English and Welsh speaking countries]

    From the Welsh 'câr' (love).

  • Charity (English) - Charity; generous love [English speaking countries]
  • Darla (Welsh) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Said to be a play on the word "Darling", although that is not substantiated in any way. Made extremely popular in the USA by the character "Darla" in the well known American comedy series "The Little Rascals".

  • Nayeli (Indian) - I love you [English speaking countries]

    "Nayeli" is a Zapotec phrase meaning "I love you."

  • Noa (Hebrew) - Motion [English, French, Hebrew and Japanese speaking countries]

    The Hebrew girls' name Noa is derived from the Hebrew, meaning "motion; movement".
    In the Old Testament, Noa was a daughter of Zelophehad.

    The Japanese name Noa may be written with the characters for "from; possessive particle; where

  • Princess (English) - Royal son [English speaking countries]
Gender Neutral Names
  • Amanda (Latin) - She who must be loved [English speaking countries]

    Amanda is the feminine gerundive of the Latin verb 'amo' (I love) and thus literally means 'she who must be loved'. In the US, Amanda was particularly popular in the 1980s. Amanda can also be a male name which is Sanskrit in origin.


  • Angel (Greek) - Messenger [Bulgarian, English and Spanish speaking countries]

    Angel is used mostly as a masculine name among Spanish-speaking communities, and mostly as a feminine name in English-speaking communities. The Spanish name is pronounced "ahn HEL," while the English version is pronounced "AYN jel")


  • Baby (English) - Baby [English speaking countries]

    Part of the trend of using nouns as names. Often times, when parents cannot or do not make a name choice for their child, "baby" is given as the official name on the birth certificate, only to change later when a name is selected. This is such a common o

  • Valentine (Latin) - Healthy, strong [English and French speaking countries]

    English masculine form of the Latin 'Valentinus', meaning "strong, healthy".
    It is also the French feminine form of the name (pronounced [val en TEEN]).

    Valentine's Day is a conventional holiday to celebrate sweethearts and love and