Seren and...??

I have a girl named [name]Seren[/name], Ser-[name]Ren[/name] and we’re having trouble coming up with a sibling name.
I like names that are unisex, so that would be nice!
Names I like are [name]Laurel[/name], [name]Brigid[/name], [name]Bay[/name], [name]Greer[/name], and some others.
Any ideas?

I’m confused…In your other post, you said you were considering naming your future baby girl [name]Seren[/name] Morrow, but here, you say you already have a daughter named [name]Seren[/name]?

I’d stick with something Welsh, like [name]Seren[/name]:

[name]Carys[/name] (too close to [name]Seren[/name], perhaps)

Good luck! :slight_smile:

Haha, ya technically I haven’t had them yet, but we’re having twins and one is named finally, so I just said I already had her.

I like the name [name]Bay[/name] and [name]Greer[/name].

what about stella?

seren means “from the starlight” (at least according to one of my baby name books) (or just “star” elsewhere) and stella is “star of the sea” or just “star” (elsewhere)


chandra - “moon” (indian origin/sanskrit)
danica/danika - “star” (slavic)
celena/celine - “goddess of the moon” (greek)
ailish - “light of the sun” (irish)
elena - “light of the sun” (italian)
aila - “light” (finnish)
alcinda - “light” (latin)
lucille - “light” (latin)

other welsh names:
carys - “love”
isolde - “fair lady”
rhiannon - “mythological nymph, witch, queen”
rowen - “fair”
brynn - “hill”
bronwen - “fair”
eira - “snow”
gwen / gwendolyn / gwenyth - “fair” or “blessed”
tegan - “doe-like beauty”

good luck!

I think [name]Greer[/name] sounds great with [name]Seren[/name]!!

I think [name]Robyn[/name] or [name]Avery[/name] would do nicely