Mythological Baby Names...

Mythology is packed full of inspiring baby names, so don't be afraid to venture into the realm of myths, legends and folklore for ideas.

Girls baby names from mythology...

Name

Aja

Aphrodite

Anat

Astraea

Athena

Calliope

Camilla

Carman

Cassandra

Ceres

Clio

Cressida

Cybelle

Daphne

Demeter

Europa

Eurydice

Freya

Gaia

Grace

Guinevere

Gwenn

Helen

Hera

Hestia

Isolde

Jocasta

Juno

Leda

Leto

Lilith

Lorelei

Medea

Nanna

Marian

Morgan

Oya

Pax

Penelope

Persephone

Phoebe

Rhea

Rhiannon

Sabrina

Selene

Sheila

Theia

Meaning

Forest goddess from Yoruba mythology.

The Greek goddess of love.

Ancient Semitic goddess of fertility and war.

The Greek goddess of justice.

The Greek goddess of wisdom.

A Greek muse of poetry.

A warrior maiden from Roman legend.

A Celtic goddess of destructive magic.

Daughter of the king and queen of Troy.

A Roman goddess of agriculture.

A Greek muse of history.

A name from the Trojan War.

The Roman mother of the gods.

The daughter of the Greek river god.

Greek goddess of the harvest.

Greek princess.

Greek maiden, wife of Orpheus.

The Norse goddess of love and beauty.

Greek goddess and mother of the Earth.

After the Greek Graces.

Queen from Arthurian legend.

Celtic goddess of motherhood.

Of Troy, legendary beauty from Greek mythology.

Greek goddess of women, married to Zeus.

Greek goddess of the hearth.

Irish princess from Arthurian legend.

Mother of Oedipus in Greek mythology.

Roman name for Hera, goddess of women.

Queen of Sparta in Greek mythology.

Mother of Apollo and Artemis.

Demon from Jewish folklore.

Maiden turned siren from German folklore.

Helped Jason and the Argonauts.

Norse goddess.

From the English Robin Hood myth.

Sorceress from Arthurian legend.

Warrior goddess from Yoruba mythology.

Roman goddess of peace.

Wife of Odysseus from Greek mythology.

Represents spring in Greek mythology.

After Phoebus, one of the Greek Titans.

Greek Titan, mother of the gods.

Horse goddess from Welsh mythology.

Celtic river goddess.

Greek goddess of the moon.

After Sheila-na-gig, Celtic goddess of fertility. 

One of the Greek titans.

Boys baby names from mythology...

Name

Adonis

Ajax

Apollo

Ammon

Angus

Anubis

Ares

Arthur

Atlas

Balder

Beowulf

Castor

Damon

Davy

Dionysius

Dylan

Finn

Gawain

Gerd

Grendel

Griffin

Hector

Hermes

Jason

John Henry

Kana

Leander

Loki

Mars

Merlin

Odin

Odysseus

Osiris

Pan

Paris

Paul

Priam

Pollux

Robin

Tom

Thor

Tristan

Troilus

Troy

Tyr

Ulysses

Wak

Wieland

Zeus

Meaning

Handsome youth from Greek mythology.

Mythical Greek hero.

Greek god of light, twin of Artemis.

God of Thebes from Egyptian mythology.

Celtic god.

Jackal-headed god from Egyptian mythology.

Greek god of war.

Mythical British king.

Greek god who held up the heavens.

Norse god.

From the Old English epic.

Hero of Greek mythology, twin brother of Pollux.

From Greek mythology.

Davy Jones' locker.

Greek god of wine.

Celtic sea creature.

A hero of Irish mythology.

Knight of the Round Table.

Norse god.

Monster from the tale of Beowulf.

A powerful Greek creature.

Hero from Greek mythology.

Greek god of travel, roads.

Of Jason and the Argonauts.

American folk hero.

Maui god.

Tragic youth from Greek mythology.

Norse god.

Roman god of war.

Wizard from Arthurian legend.

Chief Norse god.

Greek hero from the Iliad and Odyssey.

Egyptian god of the underworld.

Greek god of flocks.

Trojan prince from Greek mythology.

Bunyan, from American folklore.

King of Troy from Greek mythology.

From Greek mythology, twin brother of Castor.

Robin Hood, from English folklore.

From English folklore.

Norse god, the Thunderer.

Cornish knight from Arthurian myth.

Trojan prince from Greek mythology.

Legendary city from Greek mythology.

God from Norse mythology.

variant of Odysseus.

Ethiopian supreme god.

Legendary smith from Germanic mythology.

King of the gods in Greek mythology.

Welcome to Myth Den, the home of myths, legends and folklore.

All over the world there are extraordinary tales - stories that once upon a time were believed to be true, but are today limited to the sphere of myths, legends and folklore. The question remains, are those ancient gods, heroes and creatures something that existed in the minds of our ancestors, or were they based on true events? We venture to discover the mythology of our world - mythology that may hold truths that can unlock the secrets of our ancient origins...