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Whether you’re superstitious or simply believe in a world where magic exists, a baby name inspired by magic is a beautiful choice for your little one.
And if there’s anything that Harry Potter and Game of Thrones has taught us, magic is everywhere!
We’ve rounded up 40 of our favourite magical baby names in the gallery below …
This Greek origin name means “healing herb”.
In Greek mythology, Andromeda became a star.
The name means “advising like a man”.
This Native American name means “spirit angel”.
Aoife is a girl’s name of Irish Gaelic origin meaning “beautiful, radiant”.
In Irish folklore, Aoife was a warrior.
A Scandinavian name, which means “divinely beautiful”.
A Celtic goddess of fire. Brigit has Gaelic origins meaning “exalted one”.
A Greek name meaning “beautiful voice”.
Cassandra translates to “prophetess” and comes from ancient Greece.
Diana is not just a Royal name, Diana was also the Roman goddess of the hunt and the moon who is often associated with witchcraft and Wiccans.
Gwendolyn is of Welsh origin meaning “fair bow or blessed ring”.
Holly is of Old English origin meaning “the holly tree”, a plant which is often associated with Wicca.
Iris was the rainbow goddess of Greek mythology who used rainbows as a bridge to carry messages from the gods to mankind.
Jenny as a girl’s name is of Irish Gaelic origin and means “fair one”.
The meaning of the name Kendra is “knowledge”.
This beautiful African Tswana word means “woman of light.”
Morana is of Slavic origin meaning “A Goddess of winter and death”.
ANative American – Iroquois name that means “Great Spirit, Magical Powers”.
The magical fire bird in Greek mythology.
Welsh for “divine queen.”
In Celtic mythology, the title Rigantona “great queen” is borne by a Celtic goddess of fertility and often associated with witchcraft.
A Japanese name that means “Kindness”.
Aladdin is an Arabic name for “height of religion”.
An Old English origin name meaning “elf or magical being, friend”.
This is the Portuguese word for wizard.
This Old English origin name means “kindly and loved”.
A clever nod to renowned magician David Copperfield.
Dante comes from the Italian name Durante, which means “lasting, enduring”.
A Greek name for “dragon”.
This is the Welsh word for “sorcerer”.
From the Old Norse gandr, meaning “wand, staff, cane” and álfr meaning “elf”.
The meaning of Gwydion in Welsh is “god of magic”.
In Greek mythology Hermes was a magical deity and a messenger for the gods on Olympus.
Jareth is a science fiction name created for the goblin king character played by David Bowie in the movie Labyrinth.
Jojen Reed from Game of Thrones was a Greenseer.
Greenseer is the title given to people who possess the magical ability to perceive future, past or distant events in dreams known as Green Dreams.
Mago is Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian for “magician”.
The renowned wizard from The Sorceror’s Apprentice.
Odin was the Norse god of magic, wisdom, and war.
A little nod to famous magician and trickster, Penn Jillette, of the duo Penn and Teller.
Sihir is the Indonesian word for “witchcraft”.
Taliesi is the Welsh god of magic.
Woden is the Anglo Saxon god of magic and healing.