Miracle. It’s a word that invokes images of happy endings, unexpected blessings, and divine intervention. There is something undeniably powerful about the idea of having a name that means miracle. But there are other things to consider as well: how others will perceive you; what opportunities may be available or closed off because of your name; how easy it is for people to remember and pronounce your name correctly. This blog post explores some secrets about names that mean “miracle.”
What’s in a name? Your entire life, it turns out. Here are just some of the secrets about names that mean “miracle.”
You may be able to get into law school if you have an easy-to-remember and pronounce name. The same goes for medical or other professional schools! Many employers also believe people with easier to remember and pronounce names will work harder than those with more difficult ones because they’ll want their employer to remember them fondly. Names that start with C—such as Cassandra, Christine, Christina (or Kristina), Caitlin—are considered very accessible by many Americans. If you’re considering naming your baby girl Alissa, Allison, Amy or Emma–all popular choices–you should know that these names are ranked by Americans as among the easiest to pronounce.
In contrast, consider a name like Tyrion Lannister from Game of Thrones. It’s not an easy one for many people to say or remember–and it may have hurt his chances in life! Some research suggests children named with difficult-to-pronounce and spellings were less likely than others to be accepted into school programs, get jobs or earn good grades. They also tended to make more spelling errors on tests.
You should note that there is no “perfect” name but you can use our list as a guide when making your decision because all parents want their child to live up (or down) to their potential! If you really want to know the meaning of your baby’s name, take a look at our list and find their meanings.
The following are some names that mean miracle:
Miracle as in “a sudden or unexpected event manifesting divine intervention in human affairs”–you can tell they’ll live up (or down) to expectations!
Evelyn – Hebrew for ‘God is my oath’ which might say something about this little one’s attitude towards life.
Lamar- Latin for ‘to come from afar’. It could also be an acronym for Long Distance American Runner? Not sure what kind of person we’re predicting with these predictions but surely it will surprise us all! We should keep guessing..
Mira means ‘wonderful and beautiful’ so we can’t wait to see how this baby grows up!
Mira – Sanskrit for ‘wonderful, delightful’. This sounds like a perfect name for the future miracle of your life.
Liam is Old Gaelic meaning ‘strong-willed warrior’, which should be enough information to confirm that you’ve picked out an amazing little one with this prediction.
I’ll give you more hints: Miracle as in “a sudden or unexpected event manifesting divine intervention in human affairs”–you can tell they’ll live up (or down) to expectations! It means “blessed”. What kind of blessing could it mean? You will have to find out on our next list!
-Miracle as in “a sudden or unexpected event manifesting divine intervention in human affairs”–you can tell they’ll live up (or down) to expectations! It means “blessed”. What kind of blessing could it mean? You will have to find out on our next list!
Liam – Old Gaelic for ‘strong-willed warrior’. This child is going to be a born leader and we cannot wait.
One more hint: Miracle as in “sudden, surprising good fortune that seems like the result of fate.” We’re so excited for you!
Mira – Greek meaning ‘amazing’ this baby’s future is guaranteed to be full of surprises. Águeda – Spanish meaning ‘blessed one’ This is a beautiful name for any child.
-Miracle as in “sudden, surprising good fortune that seems like the result of fate.” We’re so excited for you! Mira – Greek meaning ‘amazing’. This baby’s future is guaranteed to be full of surprises. Agueda – Spanish meaning ‘blessed one’. This is a beautiful name for any child.
Mireille–French origin and means miracle worker or healer; this person will do anything to help their friends out when they need it most.
Madeline: French word from Old French magdelaine which meant servant girl at church (also related to the Germanic words mentioned above). Name of a famous singer and actress.
Maren: Swedish meaning ‘sea-born’; this baby will be born with the power to never drown in your heart or thoughts, no matter how far away they are.
Miranda – Latin origin; this name means “worthy of admiration” or “admirable”. This child is sure to provide some admirable qualities that you’ll love!
Heidi – Old Germanic Norse origin and means “bright one.” Bring them into your life for help managing everything, from lighthearted moments to more challenging times! Heidi has it all covered for you so bring them over right now.”