Gemini is the third astrological sign in the zodiac and originates from a constellation that contains a whopping 85 stars of naked eye visibility. If you are expecting to deliver your baby between May 21st and June 21st it looks like you’ll be a parent to a Gemini child!
The twins are the symbol of this Zodiac sign and epitomize the Gemini’s sense of duality and adaptability. Geminis are known to be gentle, affectionate, and curious. They have an ability to learn quickly and find joy in exchanging ideas and engaging in conversation. As a parent to a Gemini, you’ll never be bored and will always have a devoted child to chat with and learn from. Our list of Gemini names are all about embracing the air element’s curious and intellectual nature. Check them out!
Gemini Baby Names for Your Little Thinker
Meaning “sky, heavenly”, Alya is of Arabic origin and embodies the sign’s element — air. Libra and Aquarius are also air signs and the three are thought to be the thinkers, communicators, and doers of the Zodiac.
Aura is Greek for “soft breeze” and breathes a freshness and effervesce into the Gemini’s logical sensibilities, creating a nice sense of duality for the Zodiac sign of the twins.
The Gemini constellation is represented by the twins Castor and Pollux from Greek and Roman mythology. It is also known as the Dioscuri constellation. Castor is one of the main stars that makes up the constellation. If you are due to have Gemini boy twins, Castor and Pollux could be just the right name pairing. The stars just literally couldn’t align any better.
Hugo has Germanic origin and means “mind”, making it a great Gemini name choice for one of the main thinkers of the Zodiac.
Gemini baby girl names that embody those “thinker” attributes of the air sign are just as in demand as boy names that do so. Jigna is of Hindu and Indian origin and means “intellectual curiosity”.
June is a month that makes up the greater portion of the Gemini sign’s possible birthdays. The month of June was named after the Roman goddess Juno, goddess of Marriage and Childbirth, which could also make for a great Gemini name for a baby girl.
Now if you happen to have a set of girl twins under the Gemini sign, we can’t help but suggest a “May and June”or “Mae and Juno” name choice for the pair! Mae means “goddess of springtime, warmth, and increase”.
Minerva is of Latin origin and means “of the mind” and “intellect”. Perfect for the intellectual Gemini, we just can’t get over the idea of using Minnie for short.
Pollux is the other star of the Gemini constellation that represents the twins. It is slightly brighter than Castor and shines with a golden glow. Pollux was the half brother who asked Zeus to let him share his own immortality with his twin so that they could stay together. And thus, they were transformed into the constellation Gemini.
The Artist Formerly known as Prince was also one of the most influential Geminis of their time. So, Prince just had to make it onto our list of Gemini names.
Another name that embodies the sign’s air qualities, Sky as a name is of Scandinavian origin and means “atmosphere seen from Earth.”
Queen Victoria was another notable Gemini from history. In Roman mythology, Victoria was the name of the goddess of victory.
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First and Middle Baby Names for Geminis
- Minerva Mae: Not only do we love a little alliteration, but the idea of using Minnie for short here just couldn’t get any cuter. Enter: Minnie Mae!
- Castor Hugo: This little Gemini would be sure to have a name and a mind like no other!
- Victoria Sky: We always love a first and middle name combo that combines a classic moniker with the unexpected!
- Prince Pollux: Well, this name combo is not only fit for a Gemini, but also royalty.
Take a look at how your sign and your child’s can impact family dynamics by making a birth chart for your little one.
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