It can be hard to choose your baby's name but fear not, we are sharing our top 20 favourite autumn-inspired names to give you some inspiration. From traditional names to the more unusual and gender-neutral ideas. Let us know your favourites by sharing with us on social media.
Not much explanation needed for this one, meaning the same as the season of Autumn and Fall.
A name popular in the Victorian era, Myrtle is the name of a plant which is associated with love as well as the magnificent Myrtle tree.
The name Aurora has picked up in popularity in recent years and refers to the Aurora Borealis whose beautiful and mesmerising light show that takes place in the arctic circle.
A classic name that refers to the beautiful jewel that is made of resin and warm honey tones.
Dahlia means flower and is sometimes regarded as the Queen of the Autumn flowers.
Another popular name over the years, Sapphire refers to the birthstone associated with September, the start of Autumn.
The name Hazel quite simply comes from the tree that at this time of year is bountiful in Hazelnuts.
A very pretty and popular name whose meaning is of the gorgeous autumnal orange and red tones that we find at this time of year.
Meaning 'dew' such as that found on fallen leaves on a crisp Autumn morning.
Summing up the warm cosy glow of the sun setting during the cold Autumn months.
Meaning the same as the Rowan tree or Mountain Ash that is covered in beautiful red berries during Autumn.
An old Cornish name given to an old copse which means a small group of trees.
Another name that means from the oak tree field.
Another name relating to a tree, much like Rowan with both meaning an Ash Tree.
A very cute, American name Huck is the shortened version of Huckleberry made famous in Mark Twain's classic novel, Huckleberry Finn.
Elwin means noble friend and also a friend of the elves. A very cute ethereal name.
A French name meaning woodsman or woods.
This name obviously means the animal but it's proving popular in recent years.
Capturing the name of the colours of the season perfectly, Radley means 'Red Meadow'
Rory means 'The Red King'