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The sun is out, flowers are blooming and many glorious days are spent making memories at the beach, by the pool or underneath the sprinkler.
Whether you’re expecting a baby this summer or you simply love this season for the special time of year it is, the perfect name for your little one could be on the list below.
With summer in Australia during the months of December, January and February, we’ve rounded up 20 of the hottest names your little summer babe.
Of Latin origin meaning ‘sea growth’ and a fitting name for a summer babe.
The flower name comes from the Old English word meaning ‘day’s eye’ because the petals open during the day, revealing the yellow centre and close at night.
Also the name of Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom’s baby girl.
Named after Janus, the god of beginnings and transitions and a popular name thanks to Mad Men star, January Jones.
Of Persian origin, meaning ‘gift from God’. It is derived from the Persian word ‘yasmin’ referring to the jasmine flower.
A Hebrew word which is a combination of both sea and sun.
In the top 40 of popular girl names in France, a name meaning ‘ocean’ from the Greek god of the open sea, Oceanus.
An English name, meaning ‘the gem of the sea’ and rising again in popularity.
A French name meaning ‘sun’ and known to many is American actress and former child star Soleil Moon Frye who played the title role in Punky Brewster.
Of English origin and a gorgeous name for a baby girl born during summer.
Of Latin origin, Violet derives from ‘viola’ which means purple.
Violet is also the birth stone for February, the final month of summer.
A Persian name meaning ‘sun’.
A Welsh name meaning ‘son of the sea’.
Of Italian and Spanish origin, Elio means the ‘sun’. This name is popular in France.
An English name meaning ‘town by the pool’.
From the Latin name Lucius, meaning ‘bringer of light’.
Of Irish origin meaning ‘sea warrior’. Murphy is a Celtic surname and the most common family name in Ireland.
A beautiful name of Japanese origin meaning ‘daylight’.
This Hebrew name means ‘sun boy’ or ‘bright sun’.
Of English origin, meaning ‘like the sun’.
Of Greek origin meaning ‘summer’ and can be shortened to Theo.