babiesBabies bring a peace and joy to this world that's so unique. This spirit is needed more than ever nowadays. If you're looking for a symbolic bilingual baby name that represents joy and happiness, look no further. Here are some bilingual baby names to consider. 

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Ada, which is traditionally an old German name, means "happy." 1

Ada, which is traditionally an old German name, means

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It's also perfect for a happy baby-to-be

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Alaïa is a unique baby name that means "sublime." 2

Alaïa is a unique baby name that means

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It has Arabic roots too. Celeb mom Adamari Lopez named her daughter this lovely name

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Feliciano is a classic Spanish name, which means "happy." 3

Feliciano is a classic Spanish name, which means

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No wonder it has been around for centuries

Joie is a French baby girl name that means "rejoicing." 4

Joie is a French baby girl name that means

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This one is a winner and sounds beautiful in Spanish too.

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Raphael means "joy and prosperity" in Arabic. 5

Raphael means

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The nicknames Rafe and Rafa are pretty cool too

Macario is a unique bilingual name, which means "happy and blessed." 6

Macario is a unique bilingual name, which means

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It's also pretty unique! The common nickname is Mac

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Nario is an alternative to the traditional name Mario. 7

Nario is an alternative to the traditional name Mario.

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The moniker is Italian and means "cheerful and happy."

Naomi means "cheerful," which is perfect for a baby girl. 8

Naomi means

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The name has Hebrew roots.

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Hana is an English name that means "joyful." 9

Hana is an English name that means

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It's also a Japanese flower. 

Carol is a bilingual baby name that means "joyful song." 10

Carol is a bilingual baby name that means

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It has been a popular name since the 1930s and 1940s.