32 Names That Mean End

32 Names That Mean End

Giving your child a name that means “end” can come off as a little somber, but that all depends on if you view the “end” as a bad thing or a good thing. After all, an end is really just a new beginning, right? If you’re attracted to this name meaning, you may have a spiritual background or at the very least, a unique sense of humor.

Since names that mean “end” aren’t very popular, you can expect your child’s name to remain unique no matter how many years pass by, especially in America. Take, for example, the names Amaia and Amiyah, which are both Spanish names that sound very similar yet carry different weight. Although both these names mean “end,” the name Amaia also means “high place,” whereas the name Amiyah can also mean “night rain.”

The girl names Nina and Coreen are much more common in America than the names Amaia and Amiyah. However, they don’t exactly mean “end.” Nina is a name of Polish origin meaning “girl,” “fire,” or “enclosure of fish.” And since fire is reminiscent of the “end,” Nina fits the bill just fine. The name Coreen, which is of Aboriginal origin, means “end of the hills.”

As for boys, a very uncommon yet interesting name meaning “end” is Yugant. This name is of Hindu, Sanskrit, and Indian origin. Yugant can be seen as a spiritual name, as it also means “everlasting.”

Adhvaith

Meaning: No end
Origin: Indian
Gender: Boy

Adhyanth

Meaning: Begin and end
Origin: Indian
Gender: Boy

Alkant

Meaning: The end of a curl
Origin: Indian
Gender: Boy

Amaant

Meaning: End of new moon night
Origin: Sanskrit
Gender: Boy

Amaia

Meaning: End
Origin: Basque
Gender: Girl

Amaya

Meaning: The end, night rain
Origin: Basque
Gender: Girl

Ananta

Meaning: Without End
Origin: Sanskrit
Gender: Girl

Endicott

Meaning: Cottage on the end
Origin: Old English
Gender: Boy

Flak

Meaning: Till End
Origin: Indian
Gender: Boy

Himanta

Meaning: End of winter
Origin: Indian
Gender: Boy

Himantha

Meaning: End of the snow
Origin: Indian
Gender: Girl

Irshant

Meaning: End of envy
Origin: Hindi
Gender: Boy

Irtika

Meaning: End
Origin: Indian
Gender: Girl

Itishree

Meaning: The end
Origin: Indian
Gender: Girl

Mada

Meaning: The end of the path
Origin: Arabic
Gender: Girl

Mal-Chin

Meaning: Persists to end
Origin: Korean
Gender: Boy

Obeta

Meaning: Let it end today
Origin: Igbo
Gender: Boy/Girl

Omega

Meaning: The end
Origin: Greek
Gender: Girl

Onaifo

Meaning: There is no end to this
Origin: Benin
Gender: Boy

Penrise

Meaning: From the end of the ford
Origin: Cornish
Gender: Boy

Prantika

Meaning: End
Origin: Indian
Gender: Girl

Reshitha

Meaning: Rising of end
Origin: Indian
Gender: Girl

Sarvasadhanah

Meaning: The end of all
Origin: Sanskrit
Gender: Boy

Shapant

Meaning: The end of the curse
Origin: Indian
Gender: Boy

Sychar

Meaning: End
Origin: Biblical
Gender: Boy

Townsend

Meaning: From the end of the town
Origin: English
Gender: Boy

Ultima

Meaning: End, farthest point
Origin: Latin
Gender: Girl

Uqbah

Meaning: The end of everything
Origin: Muslim
Gender: Boy

Ushasi

Meaning: End of day
Origin: Indian
Gender: Girl

Warudhar

Meaning: Lands end
Origin: Aboriginal
Gender: Girl

Yugant

Meaning: The end of an Era
Origin: Indian
Gender: Boy

Yugantika

Meaning: Stand till the end
Origin: Indian
Gender: Girl