Looking for a baby name with wisdom and power that’s full of history and legends? To inspire you, we’ve created a list of 30 names from legendary gods, goddesses, and heros, all taken from mythology. With any luck, you’ll find the perfect name for your little titan.

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For your little Goddess . . .

 

Athene

“Wisdom”

Athena, also referred to as Athene, was the Greek goddess of wisdom, courage,  justice, warfare, strength, strategy, and arts.
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Camilla

“Young ceremonial acolyte”

Camilla (feminine form of Camillus) In Roman mythology, was a virgin queen of the Volsci and a daughter of Metabus and Casmilla.
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Cassandra

“Prophetess” 

Cassandra was a priestess in Greek mythology who Apollo granted the gift of prophecy, but when Cassandra refused Apollo’s romantic advances, he placed a curse ensuring that nobody would believe her visions.
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Cressida

“Gold”

According to Medieval adaptations of the Trojan War, Cressida was a Trojan woman who was the lover of Troilus.
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Freya

“The lady”

Freya is the Goddess of love in Norse mythology, but she is also associated with sex, lust, beauty, sorcery, fertility, war and death.
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Hera

“Hero”

Hera is the Queen of the Gods and the wife and sister of Zeus. She is also known as the goddess of marriage & birth.
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Ismene

“Knowledge”

In Greek mythology Ismene is known as the daughter and half-sister of Oedipus, daughter and granddaughter of Jocasta , and sister of Antigone, Eteocles, and Polynices. Ismene appears in several plays of Sophocles.
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Leda

“Happy”

In Greek mythology, Leda was an Aetolian princess who became a Spartan queen. Leda was seduced by Zeus when he took the form of a swan.
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Lorelei

“Alluring temptress”

Lorelei in German mythology is a beautiful distraught maiden who threw herself into the Rhine river over a faithless lover and was transformed into a siren who lured fishermen to destruction.
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Maeve

“Intoxicating”

In Celtic mythology Maeve is an evil war goddess that is the queen of Connaught. She is often depicted wearing a red cloak and carrying a flaming spear.  She is also known as Mab, queen of the fairies.
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Medea

“To reflect”

In Greek mythology, Medea was an enchantress and witch who used her magic powers to help Jason.
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Olympia

“From Mount Olympus”

Olympia was an ancient Greek sanctuary site dedicated to the worship of Zeus.
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Pandora

“All gifts”

In Greek mythology Pandora was who was not only the first woman, but also an instrument in the wrath of Zeus.
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Phaedra

“Bright” 

Phaedra was a Cretan princess and an Athenian queen most famous for being the wife of Theseus.
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Thora

“Thunder goddess”

Thora is the feminine form of Thor, the Norse god of thunder and war. In Norse mythology, Thora was the wife of king Ragnar Lodbrok, a Danish king.
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For your little Titan . . .

 

Atlas

“Titan, to carry”

In Greek Mythology, Atlas was a Titan who was bore the weight of the heavens on his shoulders, a punishment bestowed on him by Zeus.
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Balor

“The deadly one”

In Irish mythology, Balor is the leader of a group of malevolent supernatural beings. He is described as a giant with a large eye that wreaks destruction.
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Cian

“Ancient”

In Irish mythology Cian is known as a man who owned the cow called Glas Ghoibhneann who never ran dry.
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Evander

“Good man”

Evander founded the city of Pallantium on what would be the future sight of Rome.
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Janus

“Gateway”

In Roman mythology Janus was the god of beginnings and transitions who presided over passages, doors, gates and endings. He is usually depicted as having two faces looking at opposite ways, one towards the past and the other towards the future.
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Leander

“Lion man”

Leander was a young man from Abydos in Greek mythology, who he fell in love with Hero a priestess of Aphrodite.
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Linus

“Flax”

Linus was the son of Apollo and Calliope, he was a musician and inventor of melody and rhythm.
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Narciso

“Daffodil”

Narciso is the Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Greek Narcissus, a figure in Greek mythology whoe fell in love with his own image reflected in a pool of water.
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Nerio

“Goddess of war”

Although, usually used as a males name, Nerio was actually an ancient war goddess.  
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Odysseus

“Wrathful”

Odysseus is the hero in the story The Odysssey. He was the king of Ithaca and fought against the Trojans in the Trojan War.
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Osian

“Little dear”

Oisín was a warrior and the greatest poet of Ireland.
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Pax

“Peaceful”

Pax was the Roman goddess of peace.
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Remus

“Unknown meaning”

In Roman mythology, Romulus and Remus are twin brothers who founded the city of Rome and the Roman Kingdom.
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Thor

“Thunder”

In Norse mythology Thor is the god of thunder and lightning often associated with great strength.
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Zephyr

“West wind”

Zephyr was the Greek god of the west wind.
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We hope you enjoyed our post of Mythology Baby Names Fit for a Goddess or Titan. What are your favorite mythological names?

 

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