100 best fall baby namesWhile 'Pumpkin' is a great nickname for your little cutie, most people wouldn't put it on the birth certificate. I think it's adorable, but I tend to like different names. And now that Fall is just about here, I'm thinking of all the beautiful baby names that go well with my favorite season. The air gets more crisp, the leaves change into vibrant colors and then fall, and we harvest for the winter. Sounds like the perfect time to have a baby and then nest.

Check out 100 of the best autumn baby names -- 50 for girls, 50 for boys, and of course many on both lists that could work for either. Some are unique, some common -- there's a name for everyone this season.

Girls

  1. Autumn
  2. Amber
  3. September (Sepi for short)
  4. November (Nova for short)
  5. Berry
  6. Ivy
  7. Emerald
  8. Emmy
  9. Eve
  10. Jade
  11. Jada
  12. Coral
  13. Cora
  14. Saffron
  15. Cinnamon
  16. Ginger
  17. Raven
  18. Moon
  19. Rain
  20. Breezy
  21. Gusty
  22. Apple
  23. Wllow
  24. Juniper
  25. Laurel
  26. Hazel
  27. Ruby
  28. Crimson
  29. Scarlett
  30. Paisley
  31. Tawny
  32. Topaz
  33. Sapphire
  34. Velvet
  35. Opal
  36. Roux
  37. Octavia
  38. Maple
  39. Kaede
  40. Sienna
  41. Sparrow
  42. Sage
  43. Goldie
  44. Maize
  45. Aster
  46. Celeste
  47. Lavender
  48. Lily
  49. Anise
  50. Tabitha

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 Boys

  1. Fall
  2. Sorrell
  3. Russet
  4. Azure
  5. Indigo
  6. Indie
  7. Goren
  8. Garner
  9. Adam
  10. Rye
  11. Jet
  12. Finn
  13. Finley
  14. Sawyer
  15. Crispin
  16. Gold
  17. Flint
  18. Mica
  19. October
  20. Octavian
  21. Forrest
  22. Rowan
  23. Leaf
  24. Hawk
  25. Red
  26. Rusty
  27. Ash
  28. Asher
  29. Reed
  30. Oliver
  31. Oak
  32. Wood
  33. Hunter
  34. Kale
  35. Tree
  36. Harvest
  37. Wheatley
  38. Barley
  39. Jasper
  40. Bruno
  41. Samhain
  42. Storm
  43. Dionysus
  44. Dion
  45. Bacchus
  46. Carmine
  47. Gerald
  48. Rory
  49. Harkin
  50. Chestnut

Which Fall baby name is your favorite?

 

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