I’m increasingly realizing that future parents are seeking the help of Numerology in order to choose the best name for their baby. And as there are many doubts around this subject, it is worth clarifying the process of creation and analysis that involves this numerological work and presenting some tips.

I always tell parents who come to me that it is not possible to decide on the baby’s full name before they know the date of birth. After all, in the Infantile Map, we join the numbers obtained in the sum of the vowels of the complete name (Motivation Number), of the consonants (Impression Number) and of both (Expression Number), with the result originated from the sum and the subtraction involving day, month and year of birth.

Of course, there is no cake recipe for the choice of a name. That is, a unique and simple rule to follow to identify when the exclusive Numerology of the full name will be in harmony with the symbolism of the date of birth. Because there are no bad or good numbers, each numeric symbol has its positive and negative aspects. And what matters is to create a complete name that gives the basis for the date of birth. In what way? There are some tips that are easier to understand. Check below.


It is important, for example, that in the first three positions of the Numerological Map – Motivation Number (sum of the vowels of the full name), Printing (sum of the consonants of the full name) and Expression (sum of all the letters of the full name) – there is at least one number that repeats itself in the Challenges position. In this case, the child will have the potential and willingness to face and overcome the fears that the Numerological Challenges point out.


A=1 / J=1 / S=1
B=2 / K=11 / T=2
C=3 / L=3 / U=3
D=4 / M=4 / V=22
E=5 / N=5 / W=5
F=6 / O=6 / X=6
G=7 / P=7 / Y=7
H=8 / Q=8 / Z=8
I=9 / R=9

For example: if the child has the Challenges of numbers 2, 5 and 9, it is important that these same numbers are found in the Motivation, Printing or Expression positions. When this is not possible, it is important that the child has some letter in his or her full name that corresponds to one of the numbers in the Challenge.

Who has the Challenges of numbers 2, 5 and 9, must have the letters B, K and T (represented by the number 2); E, N and W (represented by the number 5) or R and I (represented by the number 9) in their full name. It is even better if one of these letters is in the baby’s first name. In the example given, the child could be called Teresa, for example, since the letter T is equivalent to 2, present in her Challenge.


It is also very good that the Number symbolized by the first letter and/or the first vowel of the name is the same as the sum of the Day, Month and Year of birth (Potential Number). Thus, if a child was born on August 12, 2012, he or she has the Potential Number 7 (originated by the sum: 1+2+0+8+2+0+1+2 = 16. 1+6 = 7). In this case, it is worth having one of the letters of this symbolism, such as G, P or Y (which are equivalent to the number 7) in the first letter of its name, as in the case of Geraldo, Pedro, Paula or Yara.

This is valid because the first letter and the first vowel of the name represent instinctive reactions, behaviors more easily developed and expressed by us. In the example quoted, Potential Number 7 shows that the child will have as a lesson in life to develop the intellectual side, seeking the knowledge to become an expert in the subject that is dedicated in the future, including professionally. Having the letter G, P or Y (symbolism 7) in these positions makes the child naturally have this disposition. It will be a more harmonious search for the little one, because he will naturally seek to deepen his studies of the subjects he likes to research.

In the same way, it is worthwhile that the number of some Existential Lessons is the same as the first letter and/or the first vowel of the baby’s name. Let’s suppose that the child will have as Existential Lessons the numbers 2, 6, and 1. So, it is interesting that the first letter of his name is S (of symbolism 1), for example, and his first vowel is the letter O (of value 6). In this case, names that follow this orientation, like Solange or Soraia, can be good options.

This suggests that the child will have a greater predisposition to assimilate the learnings of two of his Lessons: the 1st and the 6th. After all, the first letter and vowel of the name portray instinctive reactions, habits and ease of behaving according to the characteristics of the numbers that represent them.


baby names in numerologyOther precious information concerns having some symbol letters 7 (G, P or Y) and 8 (H, Q or Z) in the full name. If it can be in the first name, even better, as in the case of Shirley, Sophia, etc. In any case, it is valid that the child has at least one of these letters in the full name or first name.

The number 7 represents the ability to get to know one another, while the number 8 indicates the ability to handle money and material and practical matters. The fact that the child has a letter of symbolic value 7 and/or 8 reveals that it will be easier for them to observe and improve themselves (7), as well as to manage finances and have a material abundance (8).

Those who do not have these letters in their full name, when they go through a cycle symbolized by 7 or 8 (such as a Personal Year or Personal Quarter), need to make a greater effort to live what they represent.

It is good to make it clear that there is no such thing as a perfect name, with a totally harmonious Numerology between the numbers of the full name and the date of birth. What we numerologists seek is as much harmony as possible.

If you have already registered your baby’s name and the child is in the age range of 0 to 12 years, there are many precious strategies and tips to help your child overcome his or her challenges and develop his or her potential.


Tania Gabrielle is an astrologer, numerologist, and psychic. She is the creator of Numerology Academy - the first online certification course in Astro-Numerology. The course has been taught to thousands of students across 37 countries.

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