Unique Earthy Hippie Baby Names for Your Boho Baby
Looking for a unique or boho name for your baby boy or girl? These earthy hippie baby names are exactly what you’re looking for!
It’s so refreshing when someone is named after a flower, tree, plant, or whose name reminds me of the carefree, groovy vibe of the 60s and 70s. In fact, I used these elements as inspiration for this list!
In addition to these natural qualities, I also brought in names that are boho in the sense of being socially unconventional in an artistic way.
So take your time to read through all the names, their meanings, origins and save your favorites!
Here is the ultimate list of earthy hippie baby names that are perfect for your boho baby!
Flower names for boys
For this section, I wanted to mention the origin and meaning behind these flower names.
One thing is to pick a flower name that embodies the earthy, hippie style, but knowing the origin and significance of the baby name is even better!
“Aster” (Greek origin)- a flower resembling a star that symbolizes love, wisdom, and faith.
“Bud” (American origin)- a flower bud before blooming.
“Clem” (English origin)- short and the male version of Clementine; Clem will be used here as a reference for the Clematis flower.
“Corey” (English origin)- here, Corey refers to the coreopsis flower, which is a perennial flower.
“Cosmo” (Greek origin)- symbolizes order, harmony, and beauty, perfect for your boho-themed baby name.
“Fiore” (Italian origin)- in Italian, fiore means “flower”.
“Hyacinth” (Greek/Roman origin)- according to Greek and Roman mythology, the hyacinth is the flower of the sun god Apollo and symbolized peace and beauty, but also power and pride.
“Jared” (Hebrew origin)- this Hebrew baby name means “rose”.
“Kamal” (Sanskrit origin)- in Sanskrit, the name means “lotus flower”.
“Lotem” (Hebrew origin)- this Hebrew name means “Bush or Golden flowers”, how pretty is that??
“Miller” (Scottish origin)- the dusty miller flower that is a beautiful grayish-green color perennial flower/plant.
“Quincy” (Latin origin)- a type of rose shrub.
“Ren”(Japanese origin)- refers to the lotus flower, symbolizing self-growth.
“Rhodes” (greek origin)- in Greece, Rhodes is known as the “Island of roses”.
“Rosen” (German origin)- means roses in German.
Flower names for girls
Again, here is the list of flower names for girls as well as the origin and meaning behind each name.
“Blossom” (English origin)- this super cute name represents flowers blossoming in the Spring.
“Chamomile” (English origin)- the chamomile flower represents “peace”, “poise”, or “calmness”.
“Clover” (English origin)- this is such a cute and trendy name that will hopefully bring your little one good luck and fortune, as the name implies.
“Cynthia” (Greek origin)- the two flowered cynthia is a tiny wildflower in the sunflower family.
“Daisy” (English origin)- symbolizes the hippie movement!
“Elodie” (French origin)- a type of pink lily.
“Flora” (Latin origin)- in Latin, flora means “flower”.
“Forsythia” (Scottish)- this unique girl name refers to the brilliant yellow shrub that often appears as the first sign of spring in a chilly climate.
“Hanna” (Japanese origin)- in Japanese means flower.
“Iris” (Greek origin)- the beautiful iris flower represents wisdom, hope, and trust. Iris also dates back to Greek mythology where the goddess personified the rainbow.
“Lacey” (French origin)- often referred to as “Queen Anne’s lace flower” or “bishop’s flower” and symbolizes safety, sanctuary, and refuge.
“Magnolia” (Latin origin)- according to its Latin roots, this refers to Magnol’s flower.
“Marigold” (English origin)- this really pretty name refers to the “golden flower”.
“Maryam” (Arabic origin)- when referring to its Arabic origin, the name Maryam means “sea” or “flower”.
“Myrtle” (Greek origin)- both the myrtle tree and its flowers are symbols of love and prosperity.
“Poppy” (Latin origin)- a beautiful red flower!
“Rosie” (English origin)- a cute and hippie alternative to the name Rose.
“Tansy” (Latin origin)- a really unique yellow flower.
“Violet” (Latin origin)- violets evoke beauty, grace, truth, and loyalty.
“Zara” (Hebrew/Arabic origin)- means “radiance” or “blooming flower.”
Plant and tree names for boys
If you don’t necessarily want a flower name but still want to find a name that alludes to or represents a particular tree or plant, then these are exactly what you’re looking for!
“Alder” (English origin)- refers to the alder tree
“Alfalfa” (Latin origin)- we all remember this name from the lovable Alfalfa from The Little Rascals!
“Aloe” (Italian origin)- the aloe plant evokes beauty and healing.
“Alon” (Hebrew origin)- this Hebrew name means “tree” or “oak tree”.
“Arlo” (Spanish origin)- refers to the evergreen barberry tree.
“Basil” (Greek origin)- in Greek the name means “regal”; basil is also an herb.
“Birch” (English origin)- refers to the birch tree, which symbolizes renewal.
“Brier” (English)- a brier refers to a shrub or tree.
“Cedar” (Latin origin)- referring to the cedar tree, which symbolizes strength.
“Coulter” (Scottish origin)- this really cool name is actually a type of pine tree.
“Cypress” (Greek origin)- the cypress tree represents immortality, elevation, and hope.
“Forrest” (Scottish/English origin)- I’m just going to leave this inevitable reference here: “Mama always said life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” -Forrest Gump
“Gentian” (Greek origin)- this flowering plant represents passion, charm, and sweetness.
“Greene” (English origin)- okay when it comes to earthy baby names, it doesn’t get any greener than this!
“Hollis” (English origin)- referring to the holly tree, just an alternative to the name Holly.
“Huck” (English origin)- this name refers to none other than the huckleberry plant.
“Indigo” (Indian origin)- the indigo plant is said to have a calming effect, but it can also evoke a feeling of mystery and intuition.
“Jack” (English origin)- in this sense, Jack can either refer to a jack pine tree or a jackfruit tree.
“Jeffrey” (German/English origin)- as in the Jeffrey pine.
“Kiefer” (German origin)- as in the kiefer pear tree.
“Linden” (German origin)- this type of tree is a symbol for love, peace, justice, and good luck.
“Oak” (Old English origin)- okay this one is pretty obvious, so how can you not mention this cute name for this list??
“Oleander” (Greek origin)- this is a really pretty and fast-growing evergreen shrub/tree.
“Oren” (Irish origin)- refers to a pine tree.
“Palmer” (Middle English origin)- this one is a great alternative to “palm” and will of course refer to the palm tree as well.
“Perry” (English origin)- means “dweller by the pear tree”.
“Reid” (English origin)- a tall grass.
“Rowan” (Celtic origin)- according to Celtic mythology, people would plant a Rowan tree by their homes as it was known to be the Tree of Life.
“Sage” (Latin origin)- a super trendy name nowadays that refers to the herb.
“Silas” (Greek/Latin origin)- means “forest” or “Man of the forest”.
“Spruce” (Greek origin)- according to Greek mythology, the spruce tree represented constant, eternal life.
“Timber” (English origin)- meaning wood from growing trees.
Plant and tree names for girls
Again, these tree/plant names are perfect if you still want that green, earthy feel to a baby name without it being a flower name.
“Acacia” (Greek origin)- as in “thorny” or “thorny tree”.
“Arden” (Latin origin)- this super cool name means “great forest”.
“Ash” (English/Greek/Scandinavian origins)- across many cultures, ash trees were believed to be protective as it was believed that the smoke from burning ash wood would fight off evil.
“Ashby” (English origin)- an alternative to the name Ash; this name means “from the ash tree.”
“Aspen” (Old English/American origin)- this name means “Quaking tree” or “shaking poplar tree”.
“Atlas” (American origin)- a type of cedar tree.
“Ayla” (Hebrew origin)- meaning “oak tree”.
“Azalea” (Greek origin)- these pretty shrubs represent wealth and elegance.
“Cherry” (American origin)- here we are referring to the cherry tree, which symbolizes the impermanent nature of life.
“Clementine” (French origin)- the clementine tree of a symbol for abundance and good fortune.
“Daphne” (Greek origin)- according to Greek mythology, Daphne turned into a laurel tree so that she’d be able to escape Apollo.
“Dara” (Hebrew/Irish origin)- meaning “oak tree”.
“Eden” (Hebrew origin)- of course referencing the beautiful Garden of Eden.
“Elm” (Old English)- meaning “someone living near an elm tree or elm grove”; elm trees were also associated with the Underworld according to Celtic mythology.
“Fern” (English origin)- the fern symbolizes eternal youth.
“Ginger” (English origin)- the ginger is a symbol of strength.
“hazel” (English origin)- the hazelnut tree is associated with wisdom and inspiration.
“Holly” (Old English origin)- as in the evergreen holly tree.
“Ilana” (Hebrew origin)- according to its Hebrew origins, this pretty girls name means “tree”.
“Ivy” (Latin origin)- this of course refers to the green, climbing vine.
“Juniper” (Latin origin)- a small, evergreen shrub.
“Lavender” (Old French origin)- the lavender plant represents purity, serenity, and grace.
“Maple” (Old English origin)- the maple tree is said to symbolize balance, practical magic, and promise.
“Meadow” (English origin)- this super pretty name can also be used as a middle name.
“Nala” (Indian/Sanskrit origin)- meaning stem. If you’re a Disney lover, you probably remember Nala from the Lion King!
“Olive” (Greek origin)- according to ancient Greece, the olive tree symbolizes peace and friendship.
“Ponderosa” (Latin origin)- this tall, slender pine tree evokes fertility and wisdom as a lot of pine trees do.
“Rue” (Greek/English origin)- meaning “herb”; plus we all remember the beloved heroine Rue from the Hunger Games.
“Sakura” (Japanese origin)- sakuras are just so beautiful, and I’ve never heard of anyone named Sakura, making it the perfect name!
“Samara” (Hebrew origin)- the samara seed that falls from trees represents knowledge and wisdom.
“Senna” (English origin)- senna is actually a flowering bush common int he tropics.
“Willow” (English origin)- the willow tree gives a sense of hope, belonging, and safety,
Popular Earthy hippie baby boy names
The following names remind us all of the beauties of nature and our plant Earth.
Whether you’re looking for something traditional or more modern, these are some of the most popular boy names that give an earthy vibe!
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Popular Earthy hippie baby girl names
Similar to the previous list of boy names, these popular girl names all have an earthy feel to them, perfect for that hippie, earthy vibe you’re looking for!
Boho baby names for boys
The following names are considered “boho” in the sense of being socially unconventional but in an artistic way. The names aren’t your typical common names you’d hear everyday but that’s what you’ll love about them!
So if you’re looking for the perfect bohemian name to make your baby’s name stand out from the rest, these are some of the best boho names for baby boys!
Boho baby names for girls
Similar to the previous list, these girl names are perfect for your baby if you’re looking for a nice boho name for your unique baby girl!
As previously mentioned, “boho” or bohemian is the idea of being socially unconventional and artistic. So any of these names will give your baby that unique and boho vibe!
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60s and 70s hippie names (male)
What better way of choosing the hippiest of hippie names than by choosing a name that was most common and trending during that time!
60s and 70s hippie names (female)
Again, these were among the top and most commonly used names during the 1960s and 1970s! It’s perfect for finding earthy, hippie baby names!
Boy names that mean free spirit
The following boy names will either mean “freedom,” “free man”. What more would you want for earthy hippie baby names??
Girl names that mean free spirit
These girl names also will mean either “freedom” or “being free”.
All earthy hippie baby names A-Z for boys
All earthy hippie baby names A-Z for girls