When your little one finally arrives, whether it's been nine months or even nine years, sometimes you just know that that precious bundle really is onea gift from Godand you're looking for a name that will proclaim it to the world.
Or maybe you want something more subtle but just as meaningful.
I've looked around and come across many names that have this special meaning –God's gift– somehow embedded in them.
Some names are literal translations. Others are more indirect and not as obvious, but have the same deep meaning to those who know.
If your child aa gift from Godand you would like to honor that with a name, check out this list and let's see if I can help you find the perfect name for youWunderof life.
Check out these 136Names that mean a gift from Godfor girls and boys.
Girl Names That Mean A Gift From God (Biblical And Other)
Amariah appears in the Bible as a male name, but is most commonly used as a girl's name due to its similarity to Mariah.
They are the Hebrew words for "promised of God" or "God promises." Combine this with a middle name like Hope and you have an entire gospel message in a single name.
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A name from the South African dialect Shona, meaning 'a gift'.
This is a more unusual name that could be used to denote your heritage and show your gratitude.
Another beautiful name from the African continent, this time from Swahili.
It literally means "Precious Gift" and has many spellings that could modernize it, such as Aidea, Aedia, Aidya, or Aydiah.
A variant of the Greek word Adoria means "a gift, loved, adored, from Doris, gift and gift of God".
It's a pretty name that's easy to use in a modern context, with a strong connection to God that most people won't immediately recognize.
From the Greek Dorian who lived on the Greek peninsula of Peloponnese and from Greek mythology.
Doris was a nymph, child of Oceanus and Tethys. Her name means 'gift from the ocean' which could be perfect for you.
A feminine variant of Darin that is of Greek and Gaelic origin and translates into English as "gift".
A much rarer and quite unusual name that is of Old English origin. It literally means "gift of God".
It also has a few spellings that might appeal, like Emsleigh, Emslee, Emzlee, and Emsleah
A name for one of the virtues God gave to humans, Grace has always been a popular girl name.
There are some nice variations like Grazia or Graziella (Italian) Graca or Gracila (Portuguese) or Gratia (Dutch) and Graciella (Spanish)
Is the feminine version of Theodore and is composed of the Greek words theos (god) and doron (gift) and is a very old fashioned way of showing your gratitude.
Is a biblical name that also means “gift of God”.
It has been gaining popularity lately and is a feminine form of Matteo (Italian) coming from Mathew.
A nice way to honor Mathews in your lineage with a beautiful maiden name.
A West African (Igbo) female name meaning 'The child is a gift from God' or 'A God-gifted baby'.
Modern alternative spellings are Amachie, Amachea and Amachee.
A name with Italian roots, meaning ‘gift of love’.
A rare name that would stand out in today's classrooms and a variation on the name Amador.
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A very old English name meaning 'answer' or 'gift'. No longer in use.
A modern American name that is a hybrid of 'Ann' and 'Janette' but also has Old English roots meaning 'gift of God's favour'.
It has some beautiful spellings like Anjanique, Anjeanette and Annjeanette.
An ancient Italian and ancient Greek name that is the feminine form of Apollo. It means "A gift from Apollo".
An Arabic origin name meaning ‘gift of God’. In Swahili it means 'gift, gift'. It is most commonly used as a Muslim girl name.
This is predominantly a girl name used in Poland, Russia, Romania and Slovenia.
It means "given by God, a gift from God or God's gift".
An older Greek name meaning 'gift of beauty' or 'beautiful gift'.
It's a modern way to get the nickname Callie (beautiful) or Dora (gift) for your new daughter.
A feminine form of Derek from the Germanic languages and more recent modern America, meaning "gifted ruler of men".
Another female version of Derek, meaning "A Gifted Ruler". It has German roots.
Is an English name derived from Greek and literally means "gift of God". A feminine form of the words Doron (gift) and Theos (god).
It is a Spanish name for girls alluding to gold, golden and gilded.
It means "gift or covered with gold or gift of the sun" and is not very common.
Another Greek name, derived from Doran (gift) and Eu, meaning good gift.
It is also the name of one of the five minor goddesses of Greek mythology.
A very old Greek name for girls, meaning ‘gift of God’.
Feo is also an Italian name meaning ‘a wonderful gift from the Lord Almighty’ or ‘God’s gift’.
It is an abbreviation of the names Maffeo and Feodoro.
A very popular name in the Christian religion, this derivative literally means 'gift of God or divine bounty'. Its origin is Russia.
A Latinized version of an Old English name meaning 'gift of God'.
A combination of god and geifu (gift) and best known for the chocolates and the Englishwoman who rode naked around town on a horse in protest of high taxes.
This pretty name means ‘gift’ in Swahili. Modern creative spellings are Hadeeya, Hadieya and Haadiya.
This somewhat unusual name of Norwegian origin means an 'unexpected gift' and is usually a name for Christian girls.
Is a rather unusual Hebrew name and is the literal translation of "Gift of God".
It has many beautiful variations like Hanameal, Hannameela, Hanameala, Hannamele, Hanmella, Hanamele, Hannamele, Hananeal and Haneella.
An ancient Germanic name with its roots in the goddess of nature and her gifts to the world. It means "A gift from Mother Earth".
It is an exceptionally rare girl name.
The name of this beautiful girl comes from the Turkish language. It means "A gift from God".
A pleasant Arabic name meaning ‘A gift and blessing from God’. You could change the spelling to Heba, Hebah, or even Hibah.
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A name from one of the many African languages, meaning 'gratifying gift of God' or 'most generous gift of God' or 'good gift of the Lord'.
This name is usually given to little girls who are the result of a family's long-term efforts to conceive a child.
Diesanswered prayer nameis given to express gratitude and appreciation to God for providing a child in answer to their prayers.
It's a rare name outside of Africa.
A girl's name of Hebrew origin, which also means 'gift of God'. It is also the diminutive of the Dutch name Johanna, meaning "little Janna".
Jaliya is Swahili and means "gift". It is also a name typically used in English speaking places.
It is a Hebrew name where the yes refers to God and the aliyah means ascension. So meanings are around God, rising and ascending to Him.
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A generally unisex name of African origin, specifically the Luganda language of Uganda.
Kirabo means "the one who is the gift of God, gift from God".
A Finnish name meaning 'gift from God' and very uncommon outside of the Scandinavian countries.
A baby girl name from Sierra Leone meaning ‘A gift from God’ and ‘God’s gift’.
The Welsh form of Mary, but in Hebrew it means 'desired daughter' and in Japanese 'truth and reason'.
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An Arabic name meaning ‘desire’ or ‘promise’ and also has ties to Mary, the mother of Jesus.
A rather uncommon Hebrew name, simply meaning 'gift'.
Matox is a feminine version of the boy name Mathew, meaning 'gift' and because of the connections to Mathew, 'god' is often added.
Another rare biblical girl name meaning ‘gift of God’ or ‘worthy of praise’.
An old French name, mostly used in English nowadays. It means "gift of writing".
A very unusual name with roots in the Greek words for "beautiful and muse", Musidora can also mean "the gift ofThe mouse“.
It is a feminine version of Nathan and means "God has given"
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This is an Arabic female given name meaning 'gift, blessing or bestowal' and is usually a name for Muslim girls.
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Neo means 'new' in many languages, but in Africa it means 'gift', which has a slightly different meaning but is beautiful nonetheless.
An Armenian name also very popular in the Christian religion, meaning ‘God’s gracious gift’.
A girl name of Russian and Greek origin meaning ‘God’s gift’.
A New Zealand Maori name meaning 'cherished gift' and unique.
A Scottish name associated with Old Scotland, meaning 'God is gracious' or 'gift of God'.
Rarely heard outside of a small area of the world.
Also spelled shay, shaie and shea, shai means a 'gift from a state' and has Gaelic and Hebrew roots and is popular around the world.
It's a popular Christian girl's name meaning 'God is gracious' and its main language connections are Gaelic.
Tedra is a derivative of Theodora, the female version of Theodora, and also means "gift of God".
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Nicknames for Dorothy and Charlotte, Totie has become a name of its own, meaning 'the blessing of God'.
A beautiful name, simply meaning ‘Divine’ or ‘A gift from the Divine’, originating from the Indian country.
An ancient name with roots in the Hebrew, Arabic, and Muslim religions. Yannis means "gift of God". Its Greek variant means "God is gracious".
Another name from the African continent meaning ‘God is gracious’.
Originally from the Hebrew religion, Zaneta is now a Christian name meaning ‘gift of God’.
A very unusual Swahili name from Africa, meaning 'gift of God'.
A Spanish name, also used in English, meaning 'altar of heaven'.
A name from the Basque region of northern Spain, Arosa and Arrose is a name meaning 'sprinkled with dew from heaven' or 'resembling a rose'.
This is a more modern name, originating from America, meaning ‘of the sky’ or ‘of heaven’.
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In Arabic, it means "A daughter sent from heaven who shines with light," but it has a dozen meanings in a dozen languages, but is usually translated hope and light.
It is of African origin and means 'gift, miracle' or 'surprise'.
In Hebrew, Ya means God and Tal means dew, so this name means "gentle dew from heaven."
It has other spellings like Tahlia, Taliah, Taaliah, Talya, Taliya, Talia and Talie.
is Hawaiian for "rain from the sky".
This very unusual girl name is an old Anglo-Saxon name meaning 'blessing'. Its English root means "consecrated".
A very different African name, meaning ‘God’s blessing’ and common in Nigeria.
A pretty Hindu name meaning ‘blessed and rich’. A great start in your child's life.
A great African girl name which has the meaning of ‘blessings of God’ and ‘omens of good things to come’. It has variants of Sisaye, Sissay and Sissaye.
A Zimbawaiian name meaning "to give thanks to God" or "to be thankful to God". It comes from the Shona language.
Another African name meaning ‘God has chosen’, meaning ‘Specially Chosen’ or ‘Chosen One’ in the Hindu religion.
Ebunoluwa is a Christian girl name from the Yoruba region of Nigeria and means 'gift of God'.
Another pretty Christian name from the Yoruba region of Nigeria but this one means ‘A gift that belongs to God’.
Another beautiful name from the African continent, this time from Swahili.
It literally means "Precious Gift" and has many spellings that could modernize it like Adia, Aidea, Aedia, Aidya or Aydiah.
It comes from Old Germanic and means 'noble', but the Swahili meaning is 'precious gift'.
Another African addition to our list, this one from the Igbo region meaning "God gave".
Chinyere comes from the Igbo region of Africa, meaning "God gave".
A name with a lot of variation Chiztalu means 'God gave' and could be spelled Chiztele, Chizitel or shortened to Zee, Zital, Chizzy or Zital.
Ehi is another Nigerian girl name meaning ‘gift from God’. This one comes from the Idoma region.
Eno is a girl name meaning 'gift' from the Efik-speaking region of Nigeria.
Is of African origin and comes from the minority language Igala in the state of Kogi. Ele means "gift" and Ojo means "god".
Another beautiful Nigerian girl name that translates as ‘gift from God’.
A beautiful Nigerian girl name meaning ‘gift from God’.
In the Benin language from Nigeria, this pretty girl's name is 'God has gifted me'.
This girl's name means 'God's gift' or 'free gift' and is from the Urhobo area of Nigeria
A pretty Kenyan name, meaning ‘gift’ in Swahili.
This name comes from the Ijaw peoples of the Niger Delta in West Africa and means "God's gift".
From the Igbo language of Africa, it means "God's gift". Short forms are Onyinye or Onyin
"My joy is from God" is the meaning of this name from the Igbo language of Africa.
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A Hispanic American name that's more popular as a boy's name, containing the meaning 'grateful'.
An Old English name from the Hebrew language, meaning 'the Lord exists' or 'God's gift'.
A derivative of Matthew, meaning "gift from God" in Greek.
This name is popular in Hispanic and European countries.
A Hebrew name derived from the Biblical Netan'el (Natan means to give) and 'el refers to God, this older name is making a comeback.
This is a name deriving from the Persian language Farsi, meaning ‘gift’ or ‘gift’.
An Irish name meaning 'little old sage' and in Hebrew 'gift of God'.
Is a shortened version of Theodore which has the direct translation of "gift of God" and comes from the Greek words theos (god) and doron (gift).
Zani is an Arabic name in the Muslim religion, meaning 'gift of God'.
Theodore has the literal translation of "gift of God" and comes from the Greek words theos (god) and doron (gift).
Ed, Eddie, Ted, and Teddy are modern versions of this longer traditional name.
This ancient Hebrew name Mattityahu means ‘gift of God’. It has many derivatives like Matt, Mattias and Mattie.
A Hebrew name meaning ‘My father is a gift’.
A great boy name from the Indian continent, meaning ‘gift from God’.
comes from the Nigerian language Yoruba and means "gift of God". Olu means god or lord. Bunmi means give me.
Cedro is a Spanish name meaning 'strong gift' and has ties to the English boy name Cedric.
A US-derived name meaning ‘God’s gift of hope’.
Of Danish origin and quite rare, this name also means ‘gift from God’.
Popular in America, Greece, Ireland, and Israel, this name has the meaning of ‘creation’ and ‘gift’.
An Old English name meaning 'great'. It also occurs in ancient Greek and means 'gift of God'.
Dervin means “a gifted friend” in Old English.
It has variations like Dervan, Dervinne, Dervane, Dervun and Dervynne.
Similar to Dervin, it also has the meaning 'gifted friend' or 'dear friend' and may be related to the Derwent River.
A derivation of the Welsh name Darren, this English version means 'dweller' or 'gift'.
Donatello is the masculine form of Donatella and means "beautiful gift".
It is of Italian origin.
This boy's name has variations such as Darcie, Derek and Daracie and derives from Polish meaning 'gift of God' or 'ruler of the people'.
Another variant of Welsh darren, this Israeli version means "gift of God" or "ruler of the people".
This Greek and Spanish name means ‘gift from the sun’ and is quite a popular boy name.
Eudor is ancient Greek and simply means "gift of God". It also has the more formal variant of Eudore.
The Russian version of Theodore, meaning gift of God.
This name has the variations of Fdore, Feador, Feedor, Fidor, Fydore and Fidore.
This somewhat unusual name of Norwegian origin means an 'unexpected gift' and is usually a name for Christian boys.
A Spanish and Latin name meaning 'little treasure'.
An Anglicized French name, from the Latin Caelestis.
Strongly favored by the early Christians, this name means ‘of heaven’.
A Hebrew name meaning "God is gracious."
It also has Old English Anglo-Saxon origins and derives from the baptismal names John and Joan, both meaning 'gift of God'.
A Polynesian name that appeals to many cultures, meaning ‘The Heaven, the Sky and the Royal’.
Often found in Hawaii and other Pacific islands.
A masculine version of Anglicized French from Latin, Caelestis.
Strongly favored by the early Christians, this name means ‘of heaven’.
A rather unusual name popularized by the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama.
It is of Hebrew and Swahili origin and means 'blessing'.
Finding a name for your baby that accurately reflects what the child means to you isn't always easy.
I hope you found someGod's gift nameyou address in this list.
Perhaps a derivative of this is perfect for your child, who in some ways is your gift from God.
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Girl Names That Mean Gift Of God
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|Angela||Messenger of God||Greek|
|Angelaina||Form of Angel||English|
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|Arwen||Noble maiden; a holy and blessed individual||Welsh|
|Aryanna||Most holy; the one who is very pure||Greek,Italian|
|Asta||Old Greek - Star; Like a star; Latin - August; dignified; holy; A variant of name Astera||Greek|
|Athaliah||The holy time of the Lord||Biblical|
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English (girl name) God is my oath, oath of God.