From celebrities, to everyday mums and dads, boho-inspired baby names are proving more and more popular.
By its definition, “boho” is the short form of Bohemian, which is essentially “a person who is socially unconventional, in a way regarded as a characteristic of artists or writers.” As what was once an alternative lifestyle, living with a bohemian vibe is becoming the norm. Think whole foods, yoga, meditation and earthy colour palettes.
And of course, no boho-vibe is complete with the perfect boho-moniker for your littlest family members.
If you’re after a sweet, often nature-inspired boho baby name for your little wildling, look no further. We’ve gathered up 40 of our faves in the gallery below …
40 boho baby names for your little gypsy heart
Avalon: A sweet sounding name with a Celtic origin meaning “island of apples”.
Birdie: This cute, vintage name is making a big comeback. With English and Scandinavian origins, it essentially means “little bird”. Jessica Simpson chose it for her newest bub and we adore it!
Delilah: The biblical name, Delilah is a big hit for little bohemians. Delilah is girl’s name with Hebrew origins meaning “delight or to flirt”.
Echo: This original name is of Latin and Greek origin, and essentially means “reflected sound”. In Greek mythology Ekho was a nymph who loved Narcissus before fading away until only her voice was left behind.
Goldie: Made most famous by legendary Goldie Hawn, this super cute vintage name wth Yiddish origin is the perfect name for your little boho babe.
India: A name which calls to mind the colour, spirituality and bohemian beauty of India.
Indigo: One of the colours on the rainbow spectrum, Indigo derives its name from “blue dye” and is often shortened to Indie.
Isla: With Spanish and Scottish origins, meaning “Island”, Isla is probably most well-known for Australia’s own Hollywood star, Isla Fisher.
Iris: A sweet vintage name with Greek origin meaning “rainbow”. Jude Law and Sadie Frost, and Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann all chose this flowery name for their daughters.
Juniper: This is a fun, quirky name that is taken from the name of a small evergreen shrub bearing the berries used in flavouring gin.
Lark: A sweet sounding avian name, meaning “songbird”.
Lilac: Evoking thoughts of colour and fragrance, Lilac has origins as a name with English, Persian history.
Luna: A sweet name with Italian origin meaning “moon”, Luna has gained notoriety in recent times thanks to the super cute daughter of Chrissy Teigen and John Legend.
Meadow: A nature-inspired name that evokes feelings of freedom and whimsy.
Mirabelle: A romantic sounding name of French origin meaning “marvelous”, it’s also the name of a delicate plum in France. How cute is that?
Story: Going right outside the box, the name Story first gained popularity in the US, where it means “tale”.
Tabitha: A charming. magical sounding name thanks to Bewitched, Tabitha is of Aramaic origin meaning “gazelle”.
Tulip: This flowery name has Turkish origins and is perfect for your sweet little petal.
Waverly: A sweet feminine name with English origins. The name Waverly is derived from “the quaking aspen tree meadow”.
Arlo: Made popular with Woodstock performer, Arlo Guthrie, Arlo has Latin origins meaning “strong and manly”.
Asher: This biblical name has a Hebrew origin meaning “fortunate, blessed, happy one”.
Atticus: The Latin origin of Atticus is ‘of Attica’. The most famed Atticus, is To Kill a Mockingbird character, Atticus Finch.
Cub: The name used for the young of many in the animal kingdom, this could be the perfect unique and quirky name for your own little cub.
Dexter: Gaining notoriety after the lovable psychopath Dexter Morgan, this is a name Latin and Old English origin meanings “right-handed, fortunate; person who dyes”.
Fox: Stealth and cunning, this animal name is perfect for your little wildling.
Gentry: This regal sounding name has an English origin meaning “aristocracy”.
Gideon: Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka named their son Gideon Scott. The Scott part a nod to Harris’ mum, Sheila Scott.
Gunner: This Viking sounding name has Scandinavian origin meaning “bold warrior”.
Hawk: This avian name is all about strength, power and precision.
Leif: The name Leif might sound like it’s about nature, but it has Scandinavian origins meaning “heir, descendant”.
Orion: In Greek mythology, Orion was a mighty hunter, the son of Poseidon, who was turned into a constellation.
River: River evokes the tranquil feeling of all the water names. Megan Gale chose this name for her baby.
Sebastian: With Latin origins, Sebastian means “venerable or revered”.
Sparrow: Another sweet avian name that evokes feelings of freedom and whimsy.
Storm: This strong, nature name is gaining popularity. Most notoriously when Kylie Jenner chose ‘Stormi’ for her daughter.
Wolf: Wolf or the German derivation “Wulf” is a popular strong, nature name for little boho boys.
Wren: Alongside Sparrow and Hawk, Wren is proving that the cute avian name trend is one that is sticking around.
Zephyr: A great unisex name, Zephyr derives from Zephyrus, the Greek god of the West Wind and summer breeze.