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20 Colorful Baby Names
A few years ago, I heard the name “Navy” for the first time, and immediately loved it.
Since then, I’ve kept an eye out for baby names that come from colors, for both girls and boys.
Here are 20 of my favorites:
I love this vibrant name (and it’s making a comeback, like lots of old-fashioned names!)
No matter what color your baby’s eyes end up, this is a great name.
It’s harder to come by boy names that are derived from colors, but this one is a winner.
Take a page out of Beyonce’s book with this baby name.
Perfect for a baby born in the spring!
This is a name with serious pizzazz.
This name is both vibrant and sweet, which I think is a perfect combination.
While it’s now more of a girl’s name, Kelly can be used for males and females.
If you’re a beach lover, this is a great fit.
I like Slate for a boy or a girl (although I’d lean more toward boy, I think).
This name has been popular for a while, and with good reason (I even like it as a girl’s name!)
This name showed up at 990 on the Social Security list in 2007 and now is up to 368!
I really like the slightly exotic feel of this name!
I’d use this for a boy or girl – it’s got such a sleek, modern feel to it that I can’t get enough of.
Here’s a name bursting with life and passion (and you can’t help but think of Gone with the Wind).
In the last two decades, this name has jumped into the top 500 on the Social Security names list.
Pretty and delicate, I love this name for a little girl.
Every time I hear it, I think again how MUCH I like this strong name.
Whether short for Ashley or Asher, this name can fit a girl or boy.
If you have a red-head in the family, this is perfect (I do have a red-head, but it was such a surprise when she was born with red hair, I hadn’t even considered names for red heads!)