In the 1960s, a hippie was considered to be a member of a youth cultural movement that rejected conservative American life and opposed the U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War. Members of this community advocated for openness and tolerance and this lifestyle was reflected in how they named their children.
Today's youth culture is starting to make waves in returning to hippie fashion and philosophy! Have you ever wondered what your name would be if you had been born into a hippie community? Take this test and find out!
First of all, would you like your name to sound masculine or feminine?
What kind of music do you like to listen to the most?
If someone were to paint your portrait, what would you want it to look like?
Photo-realistic in a modern setting
Oil painting in an old historical setting
Abstract with many colors and unidentifiable forms
Would you feel annoyed if people found it difficult to remember your name?
Yes! How hard can it be to remember a name?
You're with your friends at a festival and everyone decides to paint their face. What will you choose?
Religious symbol or figure
An outline of your favorite animal
Your astrological sign
How long has it been since you last balanced, opened or otherwise activated your chakras?
I don't do anything with my chakras
Not a while ago!
Whenever I find the time!
I don't even know what a chakra is!
What kind of art would you prefer to hang in your living room?
Hindu art with colorful deities and complex spiritual messages
African tribal art with ethnic patterns
Abstract art inspired psychedelic experiences and hallucinations
If you held a rally against war, what would your protest sign be?
Build bridges, not walls
If War Is The Answer We're Asking The Wrong Question
You can bomb the world into pieces but you can't bomb it into peace.
War is expensive, Peace is priceless.
Your friends decided to go on a road trip! What is your destination of choice?
A trip to all the major historical landmarks in the country
To a water park or a theme park
To a far-away national park
I hate road trips! I'll just stay home and watch Netflix!
You stumble on a magical time portal that can take you to any point in time. But you can use it only once. What will you do?
Travel back in time to witness firsthand the miraculous acts of notable religious figures
Travel back to the Mesozoic era to witness dinosaurs and other extinct animals
Make a giant leap forward in time to behold the marvelous achievements of humankind
Travel as far back as possible to witness the creation of the universe
Karma0000While Karma is a name that's traditionally been used by Indian parents for their daughters, but this inclusive and peaceful moniker that was inspired by Buddhism was very popular with the hippies in the 60s. It is today a groovy name for a man!//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/1.png
Sonny0010Sonny is a nickname used for young boys and has recently become a popular name in Bohemian circles. The name has a loving and peaceful feel to it.//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/2.png
Cornelius0100Cornelius is a biblical name that comes from Latin, representing the first Gentile to be converted by Peter. Due to its historical background, this name denotes spirituality and open-mindedness.//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/3.png
Atlas1000Atlas was actually the name of Titan in Greek mythology who carried the weight of the entire world on his shoulders. It is a great name that inspires confidence and strength, as well as self-sacrifice for the common good.//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/4.png
Dusk1010Dusk, the time between day and night, is a great name connected to the natural cycle of life that was popular in the hippie communities in 1960s.//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/5.png
Huckleberry0110Huckleberry was a popular slang in the 19th century that meant 'humble'. It became popular in the 1950s as a name that implied a modest and reserved life.//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/6.png
Phoenix1100Phoenix is a mythical, Egyptian bird with bright gold and red feathers that is in a constant cycle of life and death. This bird is also a symbol of immortality in Egypt and was a popular name for hippies in the 1950s.//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/7.png
Sparrow1110Initially a female name, sparrow became popular among hippie communities as a name for boys. It is a beautiful, peaceful and matches with personalities that are close to nature.//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/8.png
Ari0001A shortened form for Arienne, the name has its root in a Welsh word for silver-white. It is a short and cute name that is ideal for a calm and gentle soul.//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/9.png
North0011The name North received worldwide attention when Kim Kardashian used it for her daughter. But this name goes way back to the hippie communities in the 1950s who had a thing for names that were unconventional.//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/10.png
Indigo0111Hippie communities started giving this color name to their kids in the early 1960s. As Indigo is a highly rich color between blue and violet, it is a great name for people with cool and deep personalities.//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/11.png
Angelique0101This name was popular among European hippies in the 1960s and is today a more Bohemian alternative for Angelina. The name Angelique means Messenger Of God and it has French roots.//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/12.png
Celestial1101Celestial is a bold yet powerful name for a girl. It is a name that immediately makes you think about planets, constellations and other cosmic entities in the galaxy!//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/13.png
Journey1111Journey is a unique hippie name that suggests a personality that takes great pleasure in joys, celebrations and special moments that life brings to all of us!//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/14.png
Faith1001Faith was a popular name for hippie communities that were into spiritual meditation and the belief that there is a higher purpose in life than our lives on Earth. It is a popular name today, even among conservative communities.//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/15.png
Lake1011What could be a more close-to-nature than the name Lake? Popular amongst hippie communities that advocated for self-sufficient societies in the 1960s, Lake might be making a comeback today for those who are concerned by humanity's footprint on nature!//www.arealme.com/what-is-your-hippie-name/show/16.png