77 Esperanto Names That Are Uniquely Beautiful

Martha Martins
Feb 29, 2024 By Martha Martins
Originally Published on Jun 01, 2022
Edited by Charlene Flanagana
The list of common Esperanto names in the artificial language are Johano and Vilhelmo.
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Esperanto is an international artificial language having its origin way back in the principal languages of Europe.

Dr. Ludwik Lazarus Zamenhof invented this international language. Names in Esperanto are unique and sound different and should be the best names for your princes and princesses, thanks to Dr. Zamenhof.

Male and female names in Esperanto sound exciting and intriguing. Several male names in the language end with -o, which indicates the noun used in the word.

So, which is your favorite name in Esperanto? Do these names sound interesting in modern-day society? Read on to know more about the most popular names in Esperanto.

Esperanto names are widely used by the speakers of the planned language Esperanto across the world. The strong association that the speakers have with the language contributes to its steady usage since its formation.

Afterward, also check Celtic names and Eastern European last names.

Esperanto Last Names

Esperanto community is widely regarded as a diasporic language group that does not have any state that binds them together. Instead, the freedom of association forms the basis of Esperanto language. Esperanto names are rarely used as family names. Only a handful of recent Esperanto last names are known, some of which are listed below.

Al-kadamani (Arabic Origin), means 'everything's right'. The name signifies positivity in any situation.

Bakisto, means 'baker'. The name means the one who is a genius in baking.

Caristo (Italian Origin),means 'chariot'. It signifies a suitable carrier.

Vasingtono (Old English Origin) symbolizes intelligence and cleverness. The namemeans 'intelligent's farm'.

Vergino (Brazilian Origin), meaning 'virgin'.

Zamenhofo (German Origin), means 'festivities and food'. It symbolizes good food, joy, and cheerfulness.

Esperanto Mythology Names

Esperanto's names make the speakers of the fictional language very glad. Is there a reason behind being glad? This diasporic group is bound together only by their love for the Esperanto language. Many mythological Esperanto names are trendy in their Esperanto forms. A list of Esperanto names of such mythological characters is given below, coupled with their meanings in English.

Aphrodite (Greek Origin), means 'Goddess of beauty and love'. The name is the symbol of the rose, pearl, care, and attractiveness.

Amazono, meaning 'Amazon', is related to a race in mythology living near the Black Sea and consisting of only female fighters.

Andromeda (Greek Origin), meaning 'who rules men', symbolizes immense beauty.

Apolono (Greek Origin), meaning 'God of medicine', symbolizes healing, art, music, archery, and the sun.

Artemiso (Greek Origin), means 'Goddess of hunt'. The name signifies wild animals, forests, farmlands, and childbirth.

Atena (Greek Origin), means 'Goddess of war and the protector of the city'. The name is the symbol of civilization.

Cereso (Roman Origin), means 'Goddess of grain and agriculture'. The name symbolizes farming, cereals, wheatlands, and fruits.

Eriso (Greek Mythology), means 'Goddess of conflict and disagreement'. The name signifies discordance and hostility.

Gracio (Greek Mythology) means 'Goddess of creativity, charm, nature, and goodwill'.

Hero (Greek Mythology), meaning 'Goddess of women's life and marriage', symbolizes women, marriage, and childbirth.

Hidro (Greek Mythology), means 'sea monster'. It was a giant sea-serpent with multiple heads.

Jupitero (Roman Mythology), means 'God of Sky'. It is related to Roman state protection.

Krono (Greek Mythology), means 'King of Titans'. It symbolizes agriculture, vegetation, fertility, and harvest, also known as the Father of Time.

Marso (Roman Mythology), meaning 'God of War', symbolizes spear, war, fight, and shield.

Meduzo (Greek Mythology) symbolizes evil to repel other dangerous threats.

Neptuno (Roman Mythology) symbolizes water, meaning 'God of the sea and fresh water'.

Penelope (Greek Mythology), meaning 'Goddess of fidelity', was the wife of Odysseus, King of Ithaca.

Plutono (Roman Mythology), means 'King of the Underworld'. It symbolizes hatred and evil.

Pozidono (Greek Mythology) symbolizes horses, the sea, and earthquakes. It means 'God of the water'.

Proteo (Greek Mythology), means 'man of the sea'. It is one of the subjects of Poseidon, God of the ocean.

Saturno (Roman Mythology) symbolizes innocence, happiness, and peaceful arts. It means 'God of seed and agriculture'.

Sireno (Greek Mythology), means 'mermaid'. It is the symbol of sweetness that led to sailors' destruction with her songs.

Urano (Greek Mythology) symbolizes peace and tranquility. It means 'God of Heaven'.

Venuso (Roman Mythology) means 'Goddess of love, appeal, desire, fertility, and gorgeousness'.

The Esperanto language is the creation of L.L. Zamenhof, a Polish ophthalmologist.

Male Esperanto Names

When it comes to Esperanto names for males, many names end with 'o'. This helps indicate the presence of the noun in the name. The best part about this language is thinking of an Esperanto name for your baby boy, but it also proves to be the most tedious part. Here are some ideas for Esperanto names for your baby to ease your confusion.

Abrahamo (Hebrew Origin), meaning 'father' in its true sense, means a single father for multiple nations.

Adamo (Italian Origin) symbolizes care and love. It means 'true love'.

Alberto (German Origin), means 'bright and honorable'. It signifies hope, light, and nobility.

Alekso (Greek Origin), means 'one who defends'. It is the symbol of the protector of humanity and mankind.

Alfredo (Portuguese Origin), means 'clever counselor'. It symbolizes a wise decision.

Andreo (Greek Origin) symbolizes strength and bravery. It means 'powerful and courageous'.

Benedikto (Latin Origin) symbolizes blessings, goodwill, and thankfulness. It means, 'to bless'.

Davido, means 'noble and humble'. It signifies love and care, coupled with nobility.

Ernesto (Spanish Origin), means 'serious and profound'. It symbolizes momentous, genuine, and wholeheartedness.

Francisko (Italian Origin), means 'Frenchman'. It signifies a person native to France.

Frederiko (Italian Origin), means 'calm ruler'. It signifies peace and tranquility under a ruler or king.

Gabrielo (Hebrew Origin), means 'The Almighty is my power'. It symbolizes strength and might in the belief of God.

Georgo (Greek Origin), means 'agronomist'. It signifies agronomy, farming, and attachment to the Earth.

Henriko (German Origin), means 'owner of a house'. It symbolizes kingship, royalty, and nobility.

Johano (Hebrew Origin), means 'Gracious God'. It signifies the graciousness and benevolence of God.

Karlo (Germanic Origin), means 'freeman'. It represents strength and manliness.

Kristoforo (Italian Origin), means 'bearer of Christ'. It is the Esperanto form of 'Christopher', which means one who bears the name of Christ.

Lino (Latin Origin) symbolizes the forest and vegetation. It means 'appraisal'.

Mario (Italian Origin), means 'like a war'. It is a common name that symbolizes the fiery fighting spirit and war-like attitude.

Noaho (Hebrew Origin) symbolizes repose and rest, meaning 'to rest'.

Paulo (Portuguese Origin), meaning 'tiny', is the Esperanto form of 'Paul', which means humble, small, and down to Earth.

Petro (Italian Origin), means 'rock'. It symbolizes the determination and toughness of rock.

Polonio (Latin Origin), means 'Sun God'. It symbolizes light and brightness.

Roberto (Italian-Spanish Origin), means 'ray of light'. It symbolizes fame, hope, and aspiration.

Vilhelmo (German Origin) symbolizes desire, will, and absolute protection. It means 'resolute caretaker'.

Female Esperanto Names

Esperanto names are the best for baby girls to preserve their uniqueness and beauty. A list of Esperanto names has been presented below.

Alekso (Serbian Origin), means 'defender'. It symbolizes the protection of humanity and mankind.

Anjo (Portuguese Origin), means 'angel'. It is the symbol of the angel, which signifies peace and quietness and is a great Esperanto name that can be given to your daughter.

Anno (Japanese Origin), meaning 'calm plain', symbolizes the benevolent, great and merciful God.

Barbro (Swedish Origin), meaning 'stranger', as a name gives the idea of strangeness and uniqueness.

Doroteo (Greek Origin), meaning 'present from God', is a great name that means deity or a gift from God.

Elizabeto (Hebrew Origin), meaning 'oath for my God,' signifies the prosperity, abundance, and belief in God.

Emilio (Latin Origin), meaning 'contender,' is a great name that signifies equality and excellence.

Eminjo (Latin Origin), meaning 'rival', is a unique name that symbolizes rivalry and competition.

Gerda (German Origin), meaning 'courageous', is a peculiar name that signifies courage, willpower, and bravery.

Gertrudo (Germanic Origin), meaning 'power', signifies bravery, strength, might, and weapons.

Heleno (Greek Origin), means 'light'. It is a unique name that means flame, light, bright, and shine.

Janjo (Latin Origin), means 'just'. It is a simple name with a simple meaning.

Johannio (English Origin), means 'gracious'. It is a graceful name representing grace and gentleness.

Kanjo (Japanese Origin), means 'emotion'. It symbolizes feelings and outrageous emotions.

Katarino (Greek/Roman Origin), means 'pure'. It symbolizes gentleness and purity.

Margareto (Greek Origin), means 'pearl'. It symbolizes a person with a pearl.

Moniko (Spanish Origin), means 'truth'. It symbolizes honesty, genuineness, sincerity, and advice. 

Ofelio (Greek Origin), means 'benefit'. It symbolizes someone who assists well and is a good helper.

Rahelo (Hebrew Origin) means the female sheep. It means 'ewe'.

Sunjo means 'evolve'. It symbolizes courage, determination, self-sufficiency, and charisma.

Susano (Japanese Origin), meaning 'God of Storm'. It symbolizes ferociousness, storm, sea, and wildness.  

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Written by Martha Martins

Bachelor of Arts specializing in Linguistics

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Martha MartinsBachelor of Arts specializing in Linguistics

Martha is a full-time creative writer, content strategist, and aspiring screenwriter who communicates complex thoughts and ideas effectively. She has completed her Bachelor's in Linguistics from Nasarawa State University. As an enthusiast of public relations and communication, Martha is well-prepared to substantially impact your organization as your next content writer and strategist. Her dedication to her craft and commitment to delivering high-quality work enables her to create compelling content that resonates with audiences.

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