Fall-Inspired Baby Names for Boys & Girls
Beautiful baby names for girls and boys, perfect for autumn babies!(18 Photos)
For Boys: Griffin
Meaning "prince", of Welsh origin
This Halloween-inspired name has been a historical name for quite some time. The name Griffin originates from Gruffydd.
Meaning "quaking tree", of English origin
This nature-inspired name hails from a tree noted for its heart-shaped leaves. These leaves turn gold in the fall. This fall-inspired baby name is perfect for a lil' baby boy.
Meaning "dark red", of Greek origin
The phoenix was a beautiful mythological bird that was reborn from the ashes. This unisex name symbolizes immortality. It is also a fantasy name that evokes the moon goddess for Halloween.
Meaning "textile pattern", of Scottish origin
This pretty name brings in the fresh autumn fabric to mind. Paisley is a textile design that was manufactured in Paisley, Scotland -- hence the name. Also, Paisley is the surname of famous country singer Brad Paisley.iStockphoto
Meaning "circling sea", of Welsh origin
This unisex Welsh name hails from the traditional legend of the powerful sorceress sister or stepsister of King Arthur - Morgan Le Fay. Adopt this name and you might have a head-strong lil' guy.iStockphoto
Its source is an English expression meaning "One who lives by a forest."
There's something lovely and gentle about a sweet fellow named Forrest, and though it's unusual, it has a charmign and classic ring to it.
Its source is lind dun, an Old English name meaning "Lime tree hill."
There's something solid and adorable about this surprising name. It has yet to cross the top 50 baby boy names.
Its source is a Hebrew expression meaning "Happy."
Asher has become the new "Rowan" amongst this year's preschool set--not overly popular, just familliar enough.
For Girls: Scarlett
Meaning "red", of English origin
This pretty name is often associated with the shades of fall. It reminds us of the head-strong character Scarlett O'Hara in the classic Gone with the Wind. Also, dazzling beauty Scarlett Johansson keeps this name a popular one.
Derived from the Hebrew term for "gemstones"
This gem of a name is often associated with the fall months September, October and November. It is fiery and pretty uncommon. So if you choose Sapphire for your lil' baby girl, she will be one precious gem for sure!iStockphoto
Meaning "season of harvest", of English origin
This fall name is fresh and seasonal. It's a pretty first or middle name for a baby girl. Jermaine Jackson named his daughter Autumn Joy Jackson.iStockphoto
Its source is an English expression meaning "Hazel."
Spunky, sweet and granny chic, we heart this nickname-proof name. Julia Robert has a daughter named Hazel.
Referencing the Hindu goddess of the harvest
Short, sweet and of the seaon.
Meaning "eighth", of Latin origin
October is the 8th month of the ancient Roman calender and hence, the name Octavia.
Its source is laurus, a Latin name meaning "The bay, or laurel, plant."
With the lovely respectability of Laura, but none of the associated matron-like qualities, this name is due for a resurgence.
Its source is a Latin expression meaning "New"
Powerfully symbolic of a new beginning, and with a simple spelling.
Its source is Ruaidri, a Gaelic name meaning "Great"
Rory always rises to the top of our favourite gender-neutral baby names. Don't you just know that any girl with a name like this is bound to be awesome?
Meaning "dignity", of English origin
This Thanksgiving-inspired name is sweet and simple. It became quite popular when the beautiful Jessica Alba named her first born daughter Honor Marie Warren.iStockphoto