Category Archives: Doctor Names

Jan
16

Baby Names for Future Doctors

Having not met your baby yet, it’s difficult to know what his or her future holds. Is the name you’ve chosen going on a business card, on the back of a menu or out of the mouths of announcers? Only time will tell who your son or daughter grows up to be, but as a parent, you’re sure to provide some insight along the way. No one could blame wanting your child to grow up to be successful, whether you kid ends up being a doctor, musician or dancer. Since doctors probably have the most secure future, we’re coming up with baby names for future doctors who will grow up to change the world. 

Boys:
Elias (Hebrew): Form of Elijah, meaning “Jehovah is my god”
Hobson (English): The son of Robert
Peter (Greek): As solid and strong as a rock
Griffith (Welsh): A mighty chief

Girls:
Adra (Arabic): One who is chaste; A virgin
Monroe (Gaelic): Woman from the river
Neena (Hindi): A woman who has beautiful eyes
McKayla (Gaelic): A fiery woman

Nov
15

Names for a Dr. …

As the winter season approaches, the sound of sniffling and sneezing takes over the office, home, and school, becoming a nuisance to anyone within ears reach. If you are pregnant and plagued with the yearly common cold, consider seeing your local doctor. While you are there, don’t feel down on your luck, you have just found a unique and different approach to naming your soon-to-be! Here are a few baby names that might interest you if you hope to one day be visiting your son or daughter’s very own clinic. And, while you’re at it, check out how great these names sound when paired with “Dr.”

Boys:

Grey (English): A gray-haired man
Owen (Welsh/Gaelic): Form of Eugene, meaning “a wellborn man”/a youthful man
Preston (English): From the priest’s town
Tanner (English): One who makes leather

Girls:

Addison (English): Daughter of Adam
Bailey (English): From the courtyard within castle walls; a public official
Izzy (American): A fun-loving woman
Meredith (Welsh): A great ruler; protector of the sea