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Popular Christian Baby Names

Everyone wants a name that is unique. Traditions and customs define people, their thoughts, and opinions, their lifestyle, etc. One such lifestyle is to choose a name and Christian or Biblical names are a mirror of passing down faith in the younger generations to come. 

You may be searching for the perfect Christian name and with so many to choose from, one of the most difficult decisions for a parent will be to pick the best name. To make things simpler, we have collected some popular Christian baby names, their meanings, and origins for you to find the right one.

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    In Hebrew, it means Elijah is 'Jehovah is God'.Elijah holds Number 8 position in 2017. Famous personalities- American Actor Elijah Wood, Rugby player Elijah Taylor, American Wrestler Elijah Burke, Scientist Elijah McCoy

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    In Hebrew, it means 'exalted', 'enlightenment' , high mountain'.In 2017, it holds the 59th position.  Famous personalities- Actor Aaron Ashmore, Musician Aaron Copland, Athelete Aaron Hernandez, Painter Aaron Douglas, Producer/Screenwriter Aaron Spelling.

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    In Greek and Latin, it means  'follower of Christ'.The name finds its place at 46 in the top baby names list, and was ranked 54 in 2017. 

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    An enduring classic, Elizabeth means "consecrated to God." It was the name of John the Baptist's mother in the Bible, and Elizabeth Seton, the first American saint. With its huge array of nickname options (including Eliza, Lisa, Beth, Betsy, and Ellie, to name a few), it's no wonder it's still in the top 15 baby names for girls.


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