If you want your baby to have a red hot - and somewhat unconventional - nature name, you may be on the lookout for baby names that mean fire. There are plenty of options when it comes to fiery names for your little one. If you're in need of suggestions, browse this list of names that mean fire!
There are some pretty common boy and girl names that mean fire. Bridget technically means "exalted one," but Bridget was also a fire goddess in Celtic mythology. The name Kenneth means "born of fire/handsome." If you want some unisex names meaning fire, try Aiden. While given to more boys than girls, many parents are opting to use the trendy name for their daughters. You can also look into the increasingly popular Brinley, which means burnt meadow.
When it comes to unique names that mean fire, there are plenty of cute options. Female names like Edana and Kimba have meanings associated with flames and burning. The very old fashioned male name Ignatius means "fiery."
Do you have a favorite baby name for the fiery child in your life? Give the best options a thumbs up and please add any good names we may have missed.
Unisex, German/Old English: A piece of burning coal in a dying flame
Female, Hebrew: Fiery one
Unisex, Irish: Little fire
Male, Latin: Burning
Male, Scandinavian: Means "exalted one," but Bridget was the goddess of fire, poetry, and wisdom in Irish mythology
Unisex, English: Burnt meadow
Female, Aymara: Gift
Unisex, English: A hard stone which produces sparks on rubbing, to make fire; a stream
Unisex, Persian: Fire
Male, Roman/Latin: Fire
Male, Hebrew: Fire of God
Female, Irish: Name of the sun and horse goddess from Irish mythology
Male, English: Derived from "Bryni," an Old English word meaning fire
Male, Sanskrit: Fire
Male, Gaelic: Born of fire/handsome
Female, Aboriginal: Brush fire
Female, Arabic: Flame
Female, Persian: Burning
Male, Irish Mythology: White fire
Female, English: Burnt wine
Male, Mapuche: Burning torch
Male, Turkish: Ember moon
Unisex, Egyptian: Fire, heat
Female, Italian: Fire