Celestial Names

100+ Celestial Names For Your Otherworldly Baby Girl Or Boy

These celestial names are perfect for couples who want to give their baby a truly unique name that speaks to something bigger than themselves. Your little girl or boy deserves an awesome moniker to match their special spirit.

Aerglo — A natural glow of the night sky

Alya — Theta Serpentis star system’s first name

Alula — The first twin stars discovered

Andromeda — Princess of Ethiopia

Antlia — Air pump

Apollo — Greek god of fun and light

Apus — Bird of paradise

Aquarius — Water bearer

Aquila — Eagle

Ara — Altar

Archer — Half man, half sagittarius

Ariel — The shiniest moon in Uranus

Aries — Ram

Astrid — Gorgeous Goddess

Atlas — Greek Titan of Astronomy

Auriga — Charioteer

Aurora — The natural phenomenon of red and green lights in teh sky

Bianca — A small moon in Uranus

Bootes — Herdsman

Caelum — Graving tool

Callisto — The third largest moon in the universe

Calypso — A moon personified as a Queen Nymph in Greek mythology

Camelopardus — Giraffe

Cancer — Crab

Canes Venatici — Hunting dogs

Canis Major — Big dog

Canis Minor — Little dog

Capricornus — Sea goat

Carina — Keel of Argonauts’ ship

Cassiopeia — Queen of Ethiopia

Castor — The brightest star in the Gemini constellation

Centaurus — Centaur

Cephus — King of Ethiopia

Cetus — Sea monster

Chamaeleon — Chameleon

Circinus — Compasses

Columba — Dove

Coma Berenices — Berenice’s hair

Cordelia — An inner moon of Uranus

Corona Australis — Southern crown

Corona Borealis — Northern crown

Corvus — Crow

Cosmo — Of or relating to the univers

Crater — Cup

Crux — Cross

Cygnus  —Swan

Delphinus — Porpoise

Dorado — Swordfish

Draco — Dragon

Elara — A moon of Jupiter

Equuleus — Little horse

Eridanus — River

Estella — Refers to the stars

Fornax — Furnace

Galexia — Galexy

Gemini — Twins

Grus — Crane

Halley — A comet visible from Earth with the naked eye

Hercules — Hercules, son of Zeus

Holmes — A comet, once thought to be the largest object in the solar system

Horologium — Clock

Hydra — Sea serpent

Hydrus — Water snake

Indus — Indian

Janus — A moon of Saturn

Jericho — City of the moon

Jupiter — A planet

Lacerta — Lizard

Leo — Lion

Leo Minor — Little lion

Lepus — Hare

Libra — Balance

Lupus — Wolf

Lynx — Lynx

Lyra — Lyre or harp

Mercury — A planet

Mars — A planet

Mensa — Table mountain

Miranda — One of the five major moons of Uranus

Microscopium — Microscope

Monoceros — Unicorn

Musca — Fly

Neptune — A planet

Norma — Carpenter’s Level

Nova — The nuclear explosion of a white dwarf

Oberon — Uranus’ biggest moon

Octans — Octant

Ophelia — A tiny moon of Uranus

Ophiuchus — Holder of serpent

Orion — Orion, the hunter

Pandora — The moon of Saturn

Pavo — Peacock

Pegasus — Pegasus, the winged horse

Perseus — Perseus, hero who saved Andromeda

Phoebe — The outermost moon of Saturn for 100 years

Phoenix — Phoenix

Pictor — Easel

Pisces — Fishes

Piscis Austrinis — Southern fish

Pluto — A planet

Portia — A moon of Uranus

Puppis — Stern of the Argonauts’ ship

Pyxis — Compass on the Argonauts’ ship

Rigel — The super giant star in the Orion constellation

Reticulum — Net

Sagitta Arrow — Sagittarius Archer

Saturn — A planet

Scorpius — Scorpion

Sculptor — Sculptor’s tools

Scutum — Shield

Serpens — Serpent

Sextans — Sextant

Sirius — Dog star

Solar — The sun

Taurus — Bull

Telescopium — Telescope

Titania — The largest of the moons of Uranus

Triangulum — Triangle

Triangulum Australe — Southern triangle

Tucana — Toucan

Uranus — A planet

Ursa Major — Big bear

Ursa Minor — Little bear

Vela — Sail of the Argonauts’ ship

Venus — A planet

Virgo — Virgin

Volans — Flying fish

Vulcan — A hypothetical planet

Vulpecula — Fox TC mark

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