Kylie Jenner’s daughter is called… Stormi! But what does the name mean?!

We may have waited nine months for a pregnancy announcement that never happened, but luckily we didn’t have to wait long to find out what Kylie Jenner and boyfriend Travis Scott named their baby girl.

The 20-year-old new mama took to social media to tell the world that her baby girl is called… Stormi Webster! (Webster is Travis Scott’s real last name, FYI.)

So, what do you think?

Many fans aren’t surprised by the name, and even claim that they predicted it, as Kylie dropped some hints a while back.

Apparently, it has something to do with her sudden interest in butterflies, including the matching butterfly tattoos that she and Travis got, a butterfly necklace she has recently worn, and even butterflies adorning the walls of the nursery.

While many fans thought she would actually name her daughter Butterfly, others have dug a little deeper and found the connection between Stormi and butterflies…

“Kylie named her baby Stormi the butterfly effect is when a hurricane comes because flap of a butterflies wings bringing a storm,” one fan mused.

“The name Stormi is relevant to Kylie and Travis, considering the butterfly effect is the belief/theory that a butterfly flapping it’s wings can cause a storm somewhere in the world!

“The name Stormi is relevant to Kylie and Travis, considering the butterfly effect is the belief/theory that a butterfly flapping it’s wings can cause a storm somewhere in the world [sic],” another fan explained.

“You know the saying that sometimes a butterflies wings fluttering can cause a hurricane halfway around the world? Well hurricanes are stormi so that explains all the butterfly tattoos, the nursery, lip kit and song. BOOM MIND FRICKIN BLOWN,” said another.

“ok i didnt like the name stormi but then i saw the thing about how the butterfly effect causes a storm and wow that actually makes sense,” wrote another fan.

You might think it’s an unusual name, but there are actually over 6,000 children named Stormi in the world. The name was first registered in the United States way back in 1975.

Do you think the name will increase in popularity now? Only time will tell!