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30+ Trios of Perfect Triplet Baby Names

It’s hard enough to choose the perfect name for one baby — but what about when you have to do it for three? That’s the dilemma facing the parents-to-be who are about to bring multiple bouncing bundles of joy into the world.

Naturally, triplets occur in about 1 of every 10,000 births; with fertility measures such as medication and assisted reproductive technology, the chance is much higher (approximately 30% of gonadotropin-assisted pregnancies are multiples, with up to 5% of those being triplets, according to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine). But no matter how your triplets came to be, there’s still the matter of what to call them once they get here. You want something that’s not too matchy-matchy, but still sounds coordinated; something that sounds great both alone and alongside sibling names.

Whether you choose your triplets’ names based on a certain theme or a certain sound, we have a variety of trios to get you started (and some additional alternatives to each, too!).

Austin, Scarlett, and Savannah

These names are positively dripping with Southern charm, darlin’. Alternatives: Wyatt, Caroline

Layla, Luca, and Landon

The lyrical L sound and matching number of syllables makes these three a perfect match. Alternatives: Leah, Leo

Ethan, Ezra, and Jude

These names sound good together, but what’s the common theme? They’re all Biblical! Alternatives: Elijah, Isaiah, Rachel

Thaddeus, Thea, and Thatcher

The connection between these is obvious: they begin with the same letter combo and have an old-fashioned appeal. Alternatives: Theo, Thora

Wren, Sparrow, and Lark

Bird names are on-trend and adorable – and as a bonus, they’re (mostly) gender-neutral! Alternatives: Dove, Teal, Robin

Saoirse, Teagan, and Sloane

Give a little Irish lilt to your triplets’ names with these three. (Don’t forget, Saoirse is pronounced SEER-sha or SER-sha!) Alternatives: Fiona, Sean

Poppy, Lily, and Violet

If you’ve got a garden of little girls, these blooming botanical names are sweet. Alternatives: Aster, Rose, Daisy

Chase, Blaise, and Wade

Did you notice the theme running through these active names? That’s right — they’re all verbs (well, if you spell Blaise as “Blaze”). Alternatives: Dash, Sway, Cruise (or Cruz)

Luna, Stella, and Orion

You can find triplet name inspiration anywhere … including the sky! Luna means “moon,” Stella means “star,” and Orion is the name of a constellation. Alternative names: Nova, Aurora, Apollo

Mason, Miles, and Millie

There’s just something that works harmoniously together with these three magnificent M-names. Alternatives: Max, Mila, Maisie

Lumi, Neve, and Eira

At first glance, these are three names that have little in common. But they’re perfect for winter babies — because each one means “snow!” Alternatives: Nevara, Yukio, Frost

Harlow, Ava, and Greta

The Old Hollywood glam is abundant in this shining trio of triplet names. For boys, you could try Charlie, Orson, and Clark. Alternatives: Bette, Audrey, Hedy, Ingrid

Willow, Briar, and Sage

There’s a decidedly cottage-in-the-woods, almost mystical feel to these three botanical names. Alternatives: Rowan, Alder

Avery, Emery, and Arlo

Homespun and folksy, yet contemporary-sounding too, these names hit the sweet spot between traditional and trendy. Alternatives: Hazel, Emmett, Sawyer

Parker, Presley, and Peyton

These P-names are as crisp and preppy as a freshly-starched button-down. Alternatives: Piper, Palmer, Preston

Rowan, Ryan, and Riley

The common thread of these triplet names isn’t just their R beginning, but also their subtle Irish flair. Alternatives: Rory, Ronan

Cordelia, Charlotte, and Colette

Elegance abounds with these long and sophisticated-sounding C names. Alternatives: Camellia, Celeste, Cecilia, Coraline

Felicity, Harmony, and Joy

It’s no “happy” accident that these triplet names all mean, well, happiness. Alternatives: Bliss, Felix, Serena

Oliver, Otis, and Orla

These O-names are nicely rounded out by the fact that they all have a sweet old-fashioned quality. Alternatives: Oscar, Oona, Oren, Otto

Valencia, Vanessa, and Vivienne

There’s something glamorously dramatic about this trio of names. Alternatives: Valentina, Vaughn, Victoria, Vincent

Samuel, Simon, and Sebastian

Strong and traditional S-names are perfect for boy-boy-boy triplets. Need a strong girl name to throw in the mix? Try Sadie, Samantha, or Sarah. Alternatives: Silas, Seth

Christian, Deacon, and Creed

You don’t have to be religious to appreciate the harmony of these divinely-inspired triplet names. Alternatives: Saint, Canon, Angel

Archie, Ethan, and Emmeline

Vintage vibes abound with these names that were all popular a century ago! Alternatives: Victor, Nellie, Frances

Isla, Iris, and Ivy

Two syllables and a strong “i” sound at the beginning tie these three names together quite nicely. Alternatives: Isis, Ivan, Ida, Isaac 

Kailani, Koa, and Kai

Say “aloha” to these names with a traditional Hawaiian flavor. Alternatives: Keanu, Kainoa, Kalea

Blanche, Blythe, and Blaire

There’s a genteel and upscale feel to these names — but something about them feels playful, too. Alternatives: Blake, Blaise, 

Lilith, Onyx, and Malachi

Goth names, anyone? These might be perfect for October triplets! Alternatives: Raven, Talon, Damien

Margot, Sophie, and Lisette

These gorgeous French choices have that certain je ne sais quoi. Alternatives: Remy, Etienne, Marcel

Ava, Zoe, and Max

Short and sweet is the name of the game with these three (and as a bonus, learning to spell and write them will be easy-peasy!). Alternatives: Kit, Gus, Ty, Liv

Jagger, Lennon, and Bowie

Rock on! An homage to musical legends, these names are a little bit edgy and a lot cool. Alternatives: Hendrix, Axl, Janis

Finding three perfect names for three perfect babies can seem like a daunting task, but we hope we’ve given you some ideas to start with. Finding your groove in actually raising triplets, though, is up to you.

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