In Italy, Arno is a river that flows from the Ligurian Sea into the mainland. It translates to “flowing water.”
This name comes from Japanese and Basque cultures and has many meanings, one of which is “night rain.” It’s a gorgeous name for a little girl.
Brooks means “of the brook” and comes from England. It is the masculine version of Brook and Brooklyn.
Of course a bay is a “recessed coastal line.” It has been gaining popularity as a middle name, but who’s to say it couldn’t be an awesome first name?
Cordelia has ties to Celtic cultures where it means “daughter of the sea.” It’s an old name but quite popular today.
Ford is English in origin and means “dweller at the ford.” Some famous celebs have named their children Ford, including Owen Wilson. The name can also be an abbreviation for Clifford.
This beautiful name is from the Latin word for “from the sea.” It was very popular in the mid-90s, and is still in use today.
An amazing Egyptian name is Nen, which means “ancient waters.” It is associated with the Nile.