September symbolizes the beginning of autumn, well at least speaking for the Northern hemisphere, and provides some intriguing and attractive ideas for baby names. Read our article about September baby names to find out about the possible associations of the names and inspiring month information.
September derives from Latin “septem”, meaning seven. When the Roman calendar year lasted 10 months, this was the seventh month.
The pre-Julian Roman calendar was created by King Romulus and started in the month of March.
Failing to align with the seasons, it was later changed, by the addition of January and February, so some months’ names, including September, no longer agreed with their position in the calendar.
It is the autumn in the Northern hemisphere and spring for the South hemisphere.
When born under the Virgo sign people are flexible and practical, skeptical and analytical. If they are born after September 22, Libra makes them social, diplomatic, gentle and charming.
Aster, morning glory and the forget-me-not are the birth flowers of September and, therefore, will be strongly connected with your baby.
The birthstone of this month is the sapphire, which is considered the stone of wisdom, loyalty, and sincerity.
If you are expecting a baby in the month of September, you should feel joyous and know that your beautiful child will be observant and will carefully balance all the possibilities before making any decisions in the future.
We made a selection of September baby names for you. These are names based on the characteristics of this month and this season of the year. You also took into consideration the zodiac signs and several celebrities born in September.
September names for boys
Adam – from Adam Sandler
Bill – from Bill Murray
Bruce – from Bruce Springsteen
Colin – from Colin Firth
Idris – from Idris Elba
Kevin – from Kevin Durant
Michael – from Michael Buble
Tom – from Tom Hardy
September names for girls
Avril – from Avril Lavigne
Catherine – from Catherine Zeta-Jones
Gwyneth – from Gwyneth Paltrow
Julia – from Julia Gillard
Marion – from Marion Cotillard
Naomi – from Naomi Watts
Serena – from Serena Williams
Stella – from Stella McCartney