Here in the Northern Hemisphere, it looks like spring has finally sprung. There's just something magical about this time of year because all of nature seems to be waking up again. Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, and hibernation is finally over. So if you happen to be due during the season of new beginnings, why not celebrate your auspicious timing by thinking about some Aries-inspired baby names? After all, Aries is the first sign of the Zodiac and usually falls between March 21st (the beginning of spring) and April 19th.
If you're not sold on the idea just yet, think about all the amazing personality traits of people born under the first sign in the Zodiac. Aries is a fire sign, and according to astrology, that means your springtime baby is more likely to have a fiery and independent personality, just like the ram, which is the traditional symbol associated with Aries.
There are some more gentle qualities, too, don't worry. Aries folks are also known for their generosity, courageousness, and willingness to work hard even if the odds are stacked against them. So if you think your future child is bound to be a leader, a champion of the people, or just a little strong-headed, then check out these top baby names inspired by all that Aries has to offer.
The element associated with Aries is fire. This should come as no surprise since those born under the sign of the ram can have an intense personality and burning ambition for life.
Since Aries is the first sign in the Zodiac, it's the one which is most closely associated with birth, Spring, and the rise of a new dawn.
Always the go-getter, an Aries isn't afraid to be a leader or take risks. Bravery and courage are some of their classic qualities.
Most Aries love to think outside of the box, and nothing gets them more excited than an opportunity to showcase their creativity. Why not get inspired by different styles of art and famous artists?
Just because the main symbol of Aries is the ram doesn't mean you have to limit yourself to just one animal. In fact, Aries can be represented by many mountain-dwelling animals because they all share the same qualities of resilience, strength, and being of strong will.