If you are a bit of an animal lover or fancy choosing a name that will be the talking point at the school gates, why not look to the animal world for a little inspiration. From naming your little one after a baby rabbit or a bird, the possibilities are endless!

 

If you like the idea but are a little stuck for inspiration, why not have a read of these names and see what you like:

 

Girls:

 

1. Bee - A bumblebee

 

2. Bunny - Pet name for a rabbit

 

3. Birdie - After a bird

 

4. Cat - A popular house pet

 

5. Doe – A female deer

 

7. Dove - A bird 

 

8. Fawn – A young deer

 

9. Heron - A coastal bird

 

10. Raven - Large all-black bird

 

11. Robin - A small bird with a red breast

 

12. Wren - A small brown bird

 

13. Lark - A small bird with yellow markings

 

14. Kitty - Pet name for a cat

 

15. Tiger - A large wild cat

 

Boys:

 

1. Bear - A large carnivore animal 

 

2. Buck - A male deer

 

3. Bronco - An untrained horse

 

4. Crane - A large white bird

 

5. Finch - A small brown bird

 

6. Newt - A lizard-like creature

 

7. Falcon - A large bird of prey

 

8. Colt - A young male horse 

 

9. Fox - A primarily nocturnal wild animal

 

10. Leo - Nickname for a lion

 

11. Hawk - Large bird of prey 

 

12. Phoenix - Mythical creature that is reborn after it bursts into flames. 

 

13. Robin - Small red-breasted bird

 

14. Jay - Small bird with blue features

 

15. Wolf - Large wild dog-like animal

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