Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Pregnancy & ParentingBaby Names · 5 years ago

Some names for a mixed child?

This is for a friend of mine. She is gonna get a mixed baby, it s gonna be light brown. She already has one girl: Dina. I hope you all can give any name that goes well with it. Boy AND girl name. Arabic or indian AND english(sounding). Should have a decent meaning. No oldfashioned english names (elisabeth, William .. ), no obvious muslimnames (abdul, Fatima, Ahmed, ...), no boring and outdated names. But unique and uncommon. Thanks in advance!

Update:

An interracial child. She wanted me to write it. Don't mind me!

Update 2:

Beth, i nominate you. Thank you for your kindness. Thank you for saying the words I intended to say.

Thank you. Thank you very much. Also for your great amount of names :)

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  • beth
    Lv 4
    5 years ago
    Best Answer

    Girls-

    Aaliyah/Aliyah/Aleah

    Ada/Adah

    Adora/Adorah

    Adira

    Aisha

    Ayla

    Alda

    Alba

    Alma

    Alva

    Armani

    Arla

    Azria

    Basia

    Bethia

    Bia

    Bly

    Breah

    Brina

    Cara

    Carrie

    Callie

    Cassia

    Casmiria

    Cyren

    Dana

    Dorinda

    Daisy

    Destiny

    Dalma

    Dalia/Dahlia

    Deva

    Drea

    Eda

    Evana

    Enora

    Essie

    Fabia

    Gabrielle/Gabriella

    Gemma

    Gia

    Gianna

    Imari

    Iris

    Isla

    Isha

    Joy

    Jessica

    Janelle

    Jada

    Jayda

    Kaari

    Koralie

    Kamia

    Lucia

    Lori

    Mia

    Myah

    Mina

    Mira

    Mava

    Neva

    Naida

    Naomi

    Nadine

    Natalia

    Natasha

    Nora

    Nola

    Nova

    Oceana

    Odina

    Odette

    Pearl

    Paige

    Piper

    Precious

    Phoebe

    Perri

    Pasha

    Pomona

    Rana

    Rhea

    Ruby

    Rhiannon

    Rue

    Saffron

    Safirah

    Selena

    Serena

    Shauna

    Thea

    Tammy

    Tanya

    Tara

    Tori

    Una

    Uma

    Victoria

    Verity

    Vanessa

    Veronica

    Willow

    Wren

    Xanthe

    Xylia

    Yolanda

    Zadie

    Zoey

    Zaylie

    Zia

    Ziva

    Boys-

    Abe

    Arlo

    Barton

    Brody

    Caleb

    Carson

    Colton

    Corben

    Corey

    David

    Dwight

    Dwayne

    Denzil

    Eric

    Evan

    Emmett

    Francis

    Freddie

    Fraser

    Gage

    Gabe

    Grayson

    Hamish

    Harvey

    Ishmel

    Isaac

    Josiah

    Jacoby

    Joseph

    Kyle

    Kenzo

    Levi

    Max

    Noah

    Odon

    Orion

    Parker

    Rueben

    Solomon

    Tyler

    Source(s): This is all I can think of hope its ok.
  • 5 years ago

    Boys

    Dante

    Kyree

    Amari

    Obie

    Girls

    Arianna

    Mya

    Brooklyn

    Samia

  • Joiya
    Lv 7
    5 years ago

    Thank you to your friend for having you write "interracial baby". My daughter is of two ethnicities and I would hate for someone to just call her mixed. She just happens to represent two cultures.

    Anyway - I personally think that either Priya or Farah would be lovely. Priya is catching on in the States, so it is recognizable, but still Indian. Ayla would be similar. Farah means "joy" in Arabic and is both recognizable and sweet in the US. Layla and Yasmine would be decent options too.

    Dina and Priya

    Dina and Farah

    Dina and Ayla

    Dina and Layla

    Dina and Yasmine

    For boys - I would suggest Evren. It's actually Turkish, but it means "cosmos, universe" and is similar to the common name Evan. It's quite pretty and is used in Arabic speaking cultures as well. Another option is Ravi. It means "sun" in Sanskrit and is recognizable in English.

    Good luck.

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Dante, Demarco, Shi-anna

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  • layla
    Lv 7
    5 years ago

    Dina and Seth

    Dina and Clover

  • Rick B
    Lv 7
    5 years ago

    A mixed baby? This is not a puppy. Mixed????

    • beth
      Lv 4
      5 years agoReport

      Because some parents who are off dofferent ethnic backgrounds want to give their children the names from their ethnic origin.

  • 5 years ago

    Karil.

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