With Friends constantly on re-runs and The Fresh Prince now on Netflix, people are mad about 90s nostalgia.It might not have been the best time for fashion (everyone's parents dressed them in THAT jumper), but the names have really stood the test of time.


So we have compiled a list of our favourite baby names inspired by the 90s that will make you nostalgic for simpler times. We think it's time a few of these made a comeback for the newest generation!




1.    Amy - meaning beloved

2.    Ashley - meaning from the ash tree

3.    Bethany - a Hebrew place name

4.    Britney - meaning Land of the Britons

5.    Cara - meaning beloved

6.    Cassie - meaning prophetess

7.    Courtney - from Courtenay, a place in northern France

8.    Emma - meaning whole

9.    Hannah - meaning grace of God

10.   Jamie - meaning one who supplants

11.   Jennifer - meaning white enchantress

12.    Julia - meaning youth

13.    Katie - meaning pure

14.    Lauren - meaning bay laurel

15.    Lindsey - derived from the linden tree

16.    Melissa - honey bee

17.    Nicole - meaning victorious people

18.    Phoebe - meaning bright one

19.    Rebekah - meaning captivating

20.    Sabrina - from the river Severn

21.    Wendy - pet form of the name Gwendolyn





1.    Adrian - meaning man of Adria

2.    Aiden - meaning fiery

3.    Alec - meaning defender

4.    Brandon - form of Brendan meaning prince

5.    Caleb - meaning faithful

6.    Daniel - meaning God is my Judge

7.    Dylan - meaning sea

8.    Evan - Welsh form of John

9.    Hayden - meaning fire

10.    Jack - meaning boy or man


11.    Julian - meaning youthful

12.    Kenneth - meaning handsome

13.    Levi - meaning joined in harmony

14.    Luke - meaning light giving

15.    Matthew - meaning gift from God

16.    Max - meaning greatest

17.    Robert - bright fame

18.    Ross - meaning dweller on the peninsula

19.    Seán - meaning God's gracious gift

20.    Simon - meaning the listener

21.    William - meaning resolute protector 




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