Baby Names, Baby Name Meanings

Natural Names

3 Natural names that mean natural for boys, listing Natural baby names 1-3. Bryce and Clay are popular names. Hampton is an uncommon name. View Natural baby names below for name meanings or search Natural names for girls.

Bryce ... is one of the great natural splendors of the West. [1]

Clay ... Clay that occurs naturally in the earth was a valued natural resource in earlier times ... [1]

Hampton ... and Hampton Roads is the channel to one of the great natural harbors ... [1]

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Lysander ... Lysander was a Spartan naval and military commander in 400 BC ... [4]

Michael ... or it may be an accidental transposition of the "ae" vowels ... [51]

Sedgley ... reedlike type of grass or to the actual weapon of a swordsman. [2]

Albert ... artist Albrecht Durer ... [27]

Hastings ... "Son of the austere man." [4]

Balder ... Here, "bald" does not mean "hairless", but "brave" ... [3]

Barlow ... "The bare hillside." ... [2]

George ... achieved legendary status through the medieval story of his struggle with a fire-breathing dragon ... [33]

Candido ... The term "candid" has come to mean "frank, without guile". [2]

Adlai ... Biblical name borne by a very minor character ... [6]

Duff ... meaning "dark" as a personal characteristic. [3]

Afif ... "Chaste."

Dana ... published the maritime classic "Two Years Before the Mast" ... [2]

Akira ... "Bright, clear, ideal."

Curragh ... Also the the site of a famous race course.

Candelario ... It was customary to bless all the candles for the succeeding year on the day of this feast. [4]

Dick ... Richard (Old German) "dominant ruler" ... [3]