Hippie is a person associated with the so-called 1960’s counterculture, a youth movement that started in the United States and quickly spread all over the world, where new communities were formed, ones that were very much against the system.
Hippies listened to various psychedelic music, embraced drugs, and completely embraced the sexual revolution, and as such have shown a great tendency to visit new places and try out new things, without worrying about any potential issues.
That makes them ideal candidates for traveling, where many would say the journey is much more important than the destination, and such a view on life allows them to meet other like-minded people, with names like Perry, Kyley, Dakota, and Bastien.
Good Hippie Names
Hippies are free-caring people who love nature, and it is no wonder the meaning behind some of their names is just as positive as their life philosophy.
While she may not be the brightest person you’ll ever meet, she certainly makes up for it with her kindness, love, open-mindedness, and tolerance towards everything and everyone, regardless of who and what they are.
He’s never been seen outside without his guitar which he’s been playing for more than a decade. Having spent all of his money, he decided to travel the country, earn money by playing and singing, try to visit new locations, and meet new people that are also in touch with music like he is.
Her long red hair may be the first thing to notice, only to be followed by a beautiful face. After fleeing her abusive father almost five years ago, she’s been sleeping wherever she can, traveling the country with a group of like-minded people she met on the road a couple of months ago.
60s Hippie Names
As the sons and daughters of the people who made it possible to be free-spirited and generally caring for nature, their names are often either a word used to describe something in real life or words that can strongly allude to such topics.
After a happy and carefree childhood, she didn’t do well in school, and even though she graduated she had no intention to continue with any type of education, instead deciding the hit the road with her friends to see what life has to offer.
He was always good at math and it was no surprise he landed a job as an accountant in a medium-sized firm, and while it’s not the most exciting job it does pay the bills. Lately, however, he’s been overwhelmed by a sensation of wanderlust, and he’s seriously considering his friend’s offer to leave the city.
Losing her parents in a car accident was too much to bear, and the home became a prison of memories, a breeding ground for misery and despair. Thanks to the encouragement of her best friend, she sold the house, bought a van, and they have been driving around the country for quite some time now, enjoying everything they get to see and hear.
70s Hippie Names
The names in the 70s continued to rely on the same type of inspiration as they did in the previous decade, although there are new types of names that both remind of the old way and offer something new, at least at the time.
Visiting her friend in another state was one thing but to travel across several countries at once, hitchhiking, wasn’t just a simple venture. Still, she and a group of her friends pooled the money they had, bought a car, and are now well on their way to the west coast.
He and his band, the Wild Pacifists, have been together since their early teen years, and have grown into good-looking people who can rock any joint they are at. Emboldened by their last local concert, they are traveling to the big city and hoping they too will find their luck and start a new life they all deserve to have.
It’s the last day of the last year of high school, and having gotten all grades already she’s been daydreaming about what life would be like after graduation. While everyone’s been telling her it’s not all milk and honey, and that she’ll have to get a job, she believes everything will fall into place, and she’ll have the life she wants.
Freedom to choose your own life, abstinence from any kind of law and potential oppression, nature, peace, love, and unity are some of the values a lot of hippies consider important, and if it was up to them, most would prefer to live off-grid, in an independent and rather isolated self-sustaining community. Think about what kind of parents the character has, what life lessons did they learn from them, the type of person they grew up to be, where would they like to visit, and think of a name worthy of the freedom they believe everyone in life should have.