The nine months leading up to the birth of your double bonanza (twin daughters) are jam-packed with celebrations and blessings. Many crucial duties must now be completed. The most important is deciding on a name for your twins.
Yes, they are twins, but they are also individuals, and there will come a time when they will be lad̾i̾e ̾s. Because this pair will be linked in so many ways, it would be reasonable to consider a set of names that are distinct from one another but sound good together.
If you are looking for names for baby twins, ask yourself the following questions:
Do the names emphasize the fact that your children are a couple?
If so, is this what you want?
Are their names easily confused?
Do you want them to have the same initials?
Do their names lend themselves to nicknames, and if they do, is that what you want?
If so, do nicknames work in pairs?
Start by discussing possible twin baby names with your partner; keep a list of your favorite names handy, so you can jot down whenever a name comes to mind. Whatever you choose, say your babies’ names aloud, along with their middle names (if applicable) and your last name. If you have other kids, think about what this pairing will sound like when paired with their names. Other factors to consider when choosing names for your daughters:
Specific traits in the sense that you would like to αssociate with your babies.
Honoring a loved one.
Avoid embarrαssing initials or nicknames.
Avoid nicknames αssociated with bad memories.
To accommodate the wishes of close relatives.
Your family history and your heritage.
‘Good men must d̾i̾e ̾, but dєαth cannot k̾i̾l̾l ̾ their names,’ as the saying goes. What a difference a name can make! But don’t worry, we’ve taken care of it for you and compiled a list of distinctive twin baby girl names (together with their meanings) that are both unique and special while not being overly odd – precisely what you need.
1. Names that start with the same letter:
Names with the same letter have been a trend for a long time and have not ̾l̾o̾s̾t ̾ their shine. The meanings can be different, but starting with the same letter, the names remain connected.
Amelie – Abrienne (hardworking – feminine of Abraham)
Callie – Cecilia (beautiful – blind)
Fiona – Fallyn (righteous – responsible)
Indira – Ivy (beautiful – faithful)
Kellyn – Kira (descendant of the brightheaded one – light)
Savannah – Sierra (of the open plain – dark)
Suzie – Shawna (merciful lily – God is gracious)
Tabitha – Trista (beauty – noisy)
Ursula – Uma (little bear – calm)
2. Names With Similar Meaning
Aadhaya- Aakarsha (powerful)
Anshika- Anwika (a part)
Aasha- Aasḧïẗa (hope)
Mohini- Menaka (beautiful)
Amisha- Ananya (beautiful)
Charu- Charvi (beautiful)
Aarzoo- Aakansha (desire)
Aashi- Aasḧïẗa (happiness)
Clarisa- Leonara (bright)
Alice- Freya (noble)
Karishma- Kashish (attractive)
Aaarzo- Aakanksha (desire)
Garima – Anita (graceful)
Hema- Hemakshi (golden eyed)
Madhubala- Mansi (a sweet girl)
Meghana- Megha (cloud)
Avantika- Rani (queen)
3. Season Names for Twin Girls
Consider your favorite season for inspiration or the season of your twins’ birth, to name them.
June – Juno (marriage month)
July – Julia (summer season)
Saffron – Amber (autumn names)
Crystal – Neva (reminiscent of winter snow)
Joy – Merry (Christmas season)
Aмєтнyst – Frost (winter names)
Euria – Flora (spring names)