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February is the month of love thanks to a special little day that falls on the 14th … Valentine’s Day!
Whether you want to honour your February-born babe or simply pay tribute to the romance and love in the air in this second month of the year, choosing a baby name that celebrates all things love and adoration is a sweet idea.
Read on to find a gorgeous selection of ‘love’ names from all over the globe in the three galleries below …
This divine French origin name translates literally into ‘love’.
Stemming from the Greek word for the heavenly being, Angelos, which means ‘messenger’, try to whisper this name to your baby without falling in love, we dare you!
Taking it’s meaning from the Welsh word ‘caru’ which means ‘to love’, the meaning of the name Cariad is ‘sweetheart’. Nawwww.
This sweet sounding Spanish origin name means ‘dear’ or ‘beloved’.
This strong, Old English name comes from the word ‘courtier’ which is a person who attends a royal court as a companion or adviser to the king or queen.
What better way to celebrate your little Valentine than naming them after the month of love?!
Traditionally the name Hart means ‘stag’ or ‘deer’, but phonetically it’s the word ‘heart’ and what is more romantic than that?
Is there a better way to honour love than by using the very word to name your sweet, new littlest love?! We don’t think so.
From the Latin meaning ‘lover’ and, of course, the name of France’s capital city, known as one of the most romantic cities in the world.
From it’s Latin origins meaning ‘strong’, Valentine, or Val, is a perfect name for your February born babe.
Apollo was the God of the sun, prophecy, poetry, archery, healing, arts and music … how romantic is that?!
With Islamic origins, Aziz means ‘beloved, powerful’ and that’s what love is all about.
This Welsh origin name means ‘love’ and what’s more Vaelntinish than that?
Good old Cupid is the God of love and desire and when it comes to Valentine’s Day, Cupid is one of the most popular and recognisable Valentine’s Day mascot!
With Greek origins meaning ‘desire’, Eros was a god not simply of passion but also of fertility and was known for making people fall in love.
This name of Arabic origin means ‘loved one’.
A strong name of Slavic origins that means ‘heart’.
With Mexican origins, the name Nayeli translates literally into ‘I love you’.
What celebrates the romance of Valentine’s Day more than the name Romeo?
This adorable name has Japanese roots meaning ‘little loved one’.
Naming your February babe after the Greek goddess of love is a perfect fit.
With French origins meaning ‘beautiful’, Belle is name that evokes feelings of adoration and love.
With Latin origins, Cordelia means ‘heart’ and what is more romantic than that?
This nature name comes from the word of the same name and we all know Doves symbolise love.
This sweet ‘old lady name’ means ‘beloved’ and ‘esteem’.
This sweet sounding name of Nigerian origin means ‘love me’.
Freya is the name of the Norse goddess of love, beauty, and fertility.
This adorable name of Hebrew origin means ‘my heart’.
This sweet name has Slavic origins and means ‘young love’.
With Sanskrit origins meaning ‘beloved’, this name is perfect for your sweet February babe.
If there’s any flower that symbolises Valentine’s Day, it’s definitely the rose!
A dark red coloured stone, Ruby is the perfect name to sum up everything good about Valentine’s Day.
This gorgeous name with Japanese origins means ‘beloved’.
The Roman Goddess of love, beauty, and fertility makes for a perfect name for baby girls born in February.