What does Ender Ridley Aydin mean? The story behind Halsey’s baby name



July 20, 2021, 10:33

Halsey’s baby name has a sweet meaning.

Image: Getty / Halsey / Instagram

Halsey welcomed her first baby with boyfriend Alev Aydin, calling baby Ender Ridley.

Halsey and boyfriend Alev Aydin welcomed their first baby together on July 14, six months after sharing her pregnancy news with the world.

The couple named their little one Ender Ridley Aydin and fans have been wondering what the nickname means since their announcement.

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They haven’t confirmed the gender of their new baby yet, but what does Halsey’s unique baby name mean and where does “Ender” come from?


Halsey’s boyfriend, Alev Aydin, is from Turkey.

Photo: Halsey / Instagram

What does Halsey’s first name mean?

Ender is generally considered a boy’s name meaning “very rare” according to the name’s website. Name Berry.

It’s mostly a Turkish name, and it’s the name of the main character in Orson Scott’s sci-fi novel Ender’s match.

The sweet reason behind Ender’s name is linked to his father’s legacy; Alev is originally from Turkey and still visits his homeland often through his Instagram page.

In addition to being a screenwriter, Alev is also an avid photographer and his social media profile is full of images from his beautiful country of origin.

Alev Aydin also posted cute photos of their baby's birth.

Alev Aydin also posted some cute photos of their baby’s birth.

Photo: Alev Aydin / Instagram

Alev Aydin and Halsey are the proud parents every inch

Alev Aydin and Halsey are the proud parents every inch.

Photo: Alev Aydin / Instagram

Halsey and her boyfriend welcomed her baby one week after the announcement of her new album, “If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power.”

The album cover alone had convinced fans that she gave birth after posing for the Renaissance-themed cover art with a baby in her lap.

She said her album was inspired by her pregnancy experience and her journey to motherhood.

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