The original hippie movement that began in the mid-1960s is now more than 50years behind us, but there are many people who still strongly identify with the peace and earth-loving ideologies that hippies back then - and now - try to live by.
It makes sense that such a significant, world-changing movement also inspired a plethora of associated cultural identifiers. The obvious one was the hippie image - tie dye, dreadlocks, sandals and daisy chains - then there are others, like baby names.
Hippies turned their backs on conventional baby naming, inventing a whole new approach, drawing from nature, and looking to other previously untapped resources.
It's a topic that has been raised on the active Mumsnet baby names forums, and the responses make for a great list of groovy names from the hippie era.
The thread is started by a parent-to-be looking for something a little different for their baby.
"We don't know what the sex is yet, but we would really like a different, quirky name for our first born! Maybe earthy, a bit hippy-ish. I have been through so many lists and posts and none are jumping out at me. Help!"
Here are the suggestions given - they're on point for someone looking for a hippie baby name. We have deliberately not divided them into girl and boy lists, as many of them can be used for either.