It’s the month of the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere or the winter solstice in the Southern Hemisphere.
There are numerous symbolisms in June and all of them may help you choose a great name.
There are several etymologies regarding June.
One etymology refers to Roman goddess Juno, who was the daughter of Saturn and wife of Jupiter and held a significant role among the gods.
Hera, wife of Zeus and queen of the Olympian gods, according to Greek mythology, proceeded Juno and was the goddess of the sky and the stars of heaven.
According to the ancient Roman poet Ovid, there are two more etymologies of June: one refers to Juventas, the goddess of youth and rejuvenation and the other is the Latin word “iungo”, meaning “to join”.
June is highly associated with new beginnings because in both hemispheres a new season starts during this month. In June 21st summer begins in the Northern hemisphere and in June 1st winter begins in the Southern hemisphere.
June’s gemstones offer meaningful and intriguing ideas for some wonderful names.
The Alexandrite, the Moonstone and the Pearl are June’s gemstones and are respectively associated with growth, vitality, openness, protection, purity and good luck.
The oak and the rose are also associated with June, which means June is connected with traits and qualities such as strength, stability, creativity, sensuality, intensity and rejuvenation.
In the following list of June inspired baby names you may find a couple that both expecting parents will agree upon.
Give your baby a wonderful head start in life by going through June’s amazing associations.