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Poem baby names and what they mean, for poem, poetic, poetry, romantic, with 74 results. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity 5 decades ago (USAGE OF 6.29%) and have become significantly less conventional since (USAGE 1.65%, 74%), with names like Rosalind falling out of fashion. Fiona (#219), Evangeline (#261), Lana (#353) and Iliana (#904) are four of the more trendy names for newborns among these, while Beder (TOP 41%) and Baeder (39%) are familiar last names. Here is the list of Poetry names for boys.

Poem names

Abital - Charis | Christabel - Geraldine | Gitanjali - Mireio | Myra - Una

Abital - Charis

Abital
.. name is a poetic reference to .. Uncommon, but Abital, Abeetal, Avital are comparable to common -al surnames Arnal (UPPER 44%), Angyal (68%). [Avital, .. 1 more]

Alcina
.. in the 16th century Orlando poems. Rather uncommon as a birth name, Alcina occurs more conventionally as a surname. [Alzina, Alsyna, Allcinia, Allcine, Alcee, .. 5 more]

Althea

Althea
.. Lovelace, as a poetic name for .. Adoption of Althea and variants as birth names in 2015 was up a lot compared to a decade ago. [Thea, Elthea, Althaia, Althaea, .. 5 more]

Amaryllis
.. A poetic name for a simple .. Amarylis is a marginally prominent kid's name. [Amarilis]

Annabel

Annabel
.. Lee, in the poem of the .. Annabel, Anabel, Anabella, Anabelle, Annabell, Annabella and Annabelle are in the Top 2000. [Annabelle, Annabell, Annabal, Anabella, .. 4 more]

Apollonia
.. god of sunlight, music, and poetry .. Apolonia is conventional (TOP 72%) as a women's name. [Appolonia, Apolonia, Apollyne, Appolinia, Appoline, Abbelina, Abbeline, .. 3 more]

Araxie
From Armenian word. "River that inspires poetic talent." Araxie is unique as a children's name.

Armida

Armida
.. in an epic poem "Gerusalemme Liberata" .. Less widespread today. Armida was the variation last found (1950-1959) in the Top 2000. [Arminda]

Avalon

Avalon
In Arthurian legend, it is the .. Usage of Avalon as a baby name in 2015 was 3.4% less than the year before. See also Avelyn.

Bader
.. moon at the most romantic hour .. Bader and Badr are rarely used as birth names. [Badr]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Poem names: Althea, Annabel, Armida, Avalon, Belinda

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Poem names: Blythe, Calliope, Carissa, Carmen, Charis

Ballade
.. a musical or poetic form, usually .. Ballade is seldom adopted as a children's name.

Belinda

Belinda
.. beauty in his poem The Rape .. Popularly used, with usage of 0.037% for Belinda and variants as birth names in 2015, but lower than 0.041% the previous year. [Velinda, Bellinda, Belle, Belindra, Bel, .. 7 more]

Blythe

Blythe
.. lines of Shelley's poem To a .. Blythe (TOP 3%) and Blithe (73%) appear commonly as last names. [Blithe]

Caledonia
.. used as a poetic name for .. Unusual, with the androgynous -nia ending, like Celenia. See also Celadonia.

Calliope

Calliope
.. muse of epic poetry. See Clio .. Used widely as girls' names, Callia, Calliope, etc. sound like the popular Callie. [Kalliope, Callyope, Callia]

Carissa

Carissa
.. his epic 1590 poem The Faerie .. Adoption of Carissa, Charissa, etc. as children's names in 2015 was down 2.8% compared to a year ago. [Kharissa, Karisa, Caris, .. 7 more]

Carmen

Carmen
.. of the tragic romantic heroine of .. Somewhat common as girls' names, Carmine, Carmen, etc. are similar to the conventional Carline. [Mina, Karmita, Karmina, Carmyna, Carmine, Carmin, Carmie, Carma, .. 20 more]

Ceri
Origin fr. Welsh. "Fair, blessed poetry." Less widespread today. Keri was the version last found (2003) in the Top 2000. Short form of Ceridwen and Cerise .. [Keri, Cerian]

Ceridwen
Based on Welsh language. "Fair, blessed poetry." Cari and forms were favored 5 decades ago, but now, Cari has become less stylish. .. of the goddess of poetic inspiration .. [Cerridwyn, .. 5 more]

Charis

Charis
.. character in his poem The Faerie .. Carisa (UPPER 68%), Charise (64%), Charisse (36%) and Karisa (87%) are commonly occurring as given names. [Sherisa, Karas, Cherise, Charisha, Charisa, Charese, Charesa, Chareese, Carrissa, Carisa, .. 17 more]

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Poem names [and variants] for girls.

1. Abital - Charis
Abital [Avital, Abeetal], Alcina [Alsina, Alsyna, Alzina, Alsinia, ..], Althea [Thea, Eltha, Althia, Elthea, ..], Amaryllis [Amarilis], Annabel [Annabell, Annabella, Annabelle, Annabelinda, ..], Apollonia [Apollyne, Apolonia, Apollinia, Appolonia, ..], Araxie, Armida [Arminda], Avalon, Bader [Badr], Ballade, Belinda [Linda, Lindy, Lindie, Velinda, ..], Blythe [Blithe], Caledonia, Calliope [Callia, Callyope, Kalliope], Carissa [Karisa, Karissa, Charissa, Kharissa, ..], Carmen [Mina, Lita, Karmyn, Karmita, ..], Ceri [Keri, Cerian], Ceridwen [Ceri, Ceridwyn, Cerridwen, Cerridwyn, ..], Charis [Karissa, Karisse, Karrisa, Sherisa, ..]


Christabel [Crystabel, Cristabella, Cristabelle, Crystabella, ..], Claribel [Klarybel], Clarinda [Clorinda], Clio [Cleo, Klio], Corinna [Korena, Korina, Korinne, Korrina, ..], Corisande [Corisanda, Corissande, Corrisande], Cosette [Cosetta, Cozette], Cynthia [Synthia, Synthie, Synthya, Syntheea, ..], Ealga, Eithne [Enya, Etna, Ethni, Ethnee, ..], Elaine [Laine, Lainey, Layney, Helaine, ..], Eluned [Lunet, Lunette, Lynette, Lynnette, ..], Elvira [Lira, Elvire, Elwira, Elvyra, ..], Emer [Eimer, Eimear, Eimhir], Emma [Ima, Emmy, Emmye, Emmylou, ..], Erin [Erynn, Kerin, Terin, Taryn, ..], Euron [Auron, Euryl, Eurys, Euriona], Evangeline [Evie, Vangy, Vangie, Ewangelina, ..], Fiona [Fione, Fyona, Ffyona, Fionna, ..], Geraldine [Jerry, Jerrie, Jerrileen, Jerroldeen, ..]


Gitanjali [Gitanjoli, Geetanjali], Gladys [Gladyss, Gwladus, Gwladys, Gwyladyss, ..], Gwenith [Gwenyth], Haidee [Hadee, Hyday, Jaidee, Haydee], Heledd [Hyledd], Iberia [Ibeeria], Igraine [Igrayne, Ygraine], Iliana [Illia, Illiana, Illianna, Illionya, ..], Jacobina [Jacobine, Jacobyna, Jakobina, Jakobine, ..], Jennifer [Jenny, Jenyfer, Jenniver, Jennyfer, ..], Kalliope [Kallyope], Lalla, Lana [Lanae, Lanna, Lanny, Lanette], Laverne [Verne, Leverne, Loverna, Laverrne, ..], Leonora [Ora, Norah, Leora, Leonore, ..], Lorna [Lorrna], Lynette [Lynett, Lynnet, Lynetta, Lynnette, ..], Malvina [Melva, Melvie, Melvina, Melvine, ..], Medora, Mireio [Mirelle, Mirella, Myrelle, Mireilla, ..]


Myra [Mira, Myrah, Myree, Myriah], Nokomis, Olinda [Olynda], Orinda, Ouida, Pamela [Pammy, Pammie, Pammela, Permelia, ..], Pippa [Pip, Pippy], Priscilla [Prissy, Prissie, Prisilla, Prysilla, ..], Raven [Ravyn, Rayven, Rayvinn, Rayvenne], Rima, Rosalind [Rozelyn, Rozelind, Rozelinda, Rozelynda, ..], Trista [Trysta, Tristyn, Trystan, Trystin, ..], Tristana [Tristen, Tristenna], Una [Unna, Unah, Unagh, Oonagh, ..]

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