Baby Boy Names

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What you decide to name your newborn boy is one of the most important decisions you will make for him. Names can mean anything from honoring family, to specific traits in the meaning that you'd like to associate with your little boy. You may just be looking for a name that sounds good and is easy to pronounce.

Whatever your needs when looking for a name, we've put together lists of unique and popular baby boy names to make choosing easier for you. We also have baby girl names lists for your new bundle of sugar and spice and everything nice.

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Click on the links below to browse through alphabetized lists of names for your baby boy and lists divided by year, personality and more! For even more our baby names, check our names page to help you find the perfect name.

 

 

Names A to Z
Baby Boy Names A to Z

Thousands of boys names in A to Z lists with origins and meanings.

Baby Boy Names

Unique Boy Names
Unique Baby Names

Names with future possibilies based on names throughout history.

Unique Names

Names by Decade
Top 100 Baby Boy Names

The top 100 boy names for each decade. Timeless vintage names.

Vintage Names

 

Popular Names
Popular Boy Names
The most popular names for the last 14 years, in yearly lists.

Popular Names


Names by State
Top Boys Names by State

The top boys names, gathered in lists for each of the 50 states.

Top in Each State

Twin Boys Names
Names for Boy Twins

These are the best twin names that sound great together.

Boy Twins Names

 

Britain's Boys Names
Popular Baby Boy Names in Britain

Proper British boys names.

British Boys Names

Ireland's Boys Names
Popular Baby Boy Names in Ireland

The top names for wee Irish cubs.

Irish Boys Names

Scotland's Boys Names
Popular Baby Boy Names in Scotland

Scottish names for your bonnie lad.

Scottish Boys Names

 


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Names for Dogs
Names for Dogs and Puppies

Names for your new puppy or dog.

Dog Names

Names for Cats
Names for Cats and Kittens

The perfect names, for kittens to big cats.

Cat Names

 

100 Years of the Top 5 Boy Names
Top 100 Baby Boy Names

For the last 100 years some things haven't changed in baby boy name choices. See which ones were perennial favorites.

Top 5 Boy Names Each Year

100 Years of the Top 5 Girl Names
Top 100 Baby Girl Names

For the last 100 years baby girl name choices have seen quite a shift in popularity. See which ones were yearly favorites.

Top 5 Girl Names Each Year

 

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Baby Boy Names beginning with A

Baby Boy Names A

The Top Boy Names and Unique Boy Names that start with A

Baby Boy Names Beginning with A

 

Aakarshan Hindu attraction
Aaron Hebrew Exalted. Aaron was the brother of Moses in the Bible.
Abaddon Hebrew Destruction.
Abba Hebrew A father.
Abban Latin White.
Abbas Arabic Stern.
Abbott Old English The father of the abbey.
Abdel Arabic servent
Abdiel Hebrew The servant of God. Faithful servant.
Abdieso Persian  
Abdul Arabic The son of, or servant of.
Abdullah Arabic The servant of Allah.
Abe Hebrew Father of a multitude.
Abejundio Spanish relating to the abaje (bee)
Abel Hebrew A breath. A son of Adam and Eve in the Bible.
Abelard Teutonic Nobly resolute.
Abenzio Celtic  
Abercio Latin  
Abernethy Scottish Gaelic The mouth of the Nethy River.
Abhay Hindu a son of Dharma
Abhi Hindu  
Abhijit Hindu a constellation dear to Hari
Abhinav Hindu  
Abhishek Hindu  
Abhorson   From Shakespeare's play Measure for Measure.
Abi Turkish An elder brother.
Abie Hebrew Breath, or the son of Adam and Eve in the Bible.
Abiel Hebrew God is the father.
Abijah Hebrew The Lord is my father.
Abir Arabic/Hebrew Arabic: The fragrant one. Hebrew: Strong.
Abisha Hebrew God's gift.
Abner Hebrew Father of light. A biblical name.
Abraham Hebrew Father of a multitude.
Abram   High father.
Abrasha Hebrew father
Absalom Arabic The father of peace. A son of David in the Bible. Also see Axel.
Abudemio Assyrian  
Abundiantus Latin plentiful
Acacio Hebrew the Lord holds
Acario Latin ungrateful
Accursius Latin to hasten
Ace Latin Unity.
Acelin French Noble.
Achilles Greek A handsome figure in Greek mythology.
Achyuta Hindu a name of Vishnu
Ackerley Old English A dweller in the meadow.
Ackley Old English A dweller in the Oak tree meadow.
Acton Old English From the settlement with Oak trees.
Acuzio Latin sharp

Ad through Ah

Adair Scottish Gaelic From the Oak tree near the ford.
Adalardo Celtic noble
Adalgiso Old German noble hostage
Adalrico Latin, Old German noble, powerful and rich
Adam Hebrew A man of the red earth. According to the Bible, the first man.
Adar Hebrew Fire.
Addai Hebrew man of god
Addison Old English Son of Adam. A man of the red earth.
Addo Teutonic, Hebrew happy, ornament
Adeben Ghanese twelfth-born son
Adeipho Greek A brother.
Adel Teutonic Noble.
Adelais Latin noble
Adelard Teutonic Nobly resolute.
Adelbert Old German famous for nobility
Adelfried Old German who protects the descendants
Adelino Old German noble
Adelmo Old German noble protector
Adelphos Greek brother
Ademaro Old German glorious in battle
Aden Arabic Fiery one.
Adeodatus Latin given by God
Adhamh Irish/Scottish A man of the red earth. According to the Bible, the first man.
Adin Hebrew Sensual.
Adir Hebrew Noble, majestic.
Adiran Latin of the adriatic
Aditya Hindu lord of the sun
Adlai Hebrew My witness. A biblical name.
Adler Teutonic An eagle. A man of keen perception.
Adley Hebrew just
Admes Greek  
Admon Hebrew red peony
Adnan Arabic The settler.
Adney Old English A dweller on the island.
Adolfo   Wolf.
Adolph Teutonic Wolf.
Adon Hebrew The Lord.
Adoni Aboriginal The sunset.
Adonis Greek In mythology, the handsome youth loved by Venus.
Adony Hungarian  
Adrastos Greek undaunted
Adrian Latin Dark, rich.
Adriel Hebrew From God's congregation.
Aegeon   From Shakespeare's play Comedy of Errors
Aemilius   From Shakespeare's play Titus Andronicus.
Aeneas Greek The praised one.
Aeolus Greek In mythology, the ruler of the winds.
Aeron Welsh An unusual boy's name.
Aetos Greek eagle
Afro Latin from Africa
Agabo Hebrew  
Agamemnon   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Agatone Greek good, kind
Agilard Teutonic Bright.
Agosto Italian Venerable, the exalted one.
Agrippa   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Agu Nigerian A leopard.
Agustin Spanish Venerable, the exalted one.
Ahab Hebrew An uncle. A king of Israel in the Bible.
Ahearn Irish Gaelic A horsekeeper, or a steward.
Ahmed Arabic Most highly praised.
Ahmik Hebrew strength of gods flock
Ahren Teutonic An eagle.

Ai through Ak

Aidan Irish Gaelic The little fiery one.
Aiken Old English Little Adam.
Ailen Old English made of oak
Aimery Teutonic industrious ruler
Aimon French from Teutonic A house.
Aindreas Scottish Scottish Gaelic form of Andrew. Manly, courageous.
Ainsley Old English/Scottish A meadow or clearing. Also a unisex name.
Aitan Hebrew, African fights of possession
Ajani Nigerian The victor.
Ajatashatru Hindu a name of Vishnu
Ajax Greek The legendary hero of the Trojan War.
Ajayi Yoruban, Nigerian born face-down
Ajit Hindu  
Ajitabh Hindu  
Akaash Hindu sky
Akama Aboriginal A whale.
Akando Native American ambush
Akbar Arabic Great.
Akello Ugandan I have bought
Akil Arabic Intelligent.
Akim Russian Russian form of Joachim. Established by God.
Akira Japanese Intelligent.
Akiva Hebrew The supplanter.
Akiyama Japanese The autumn, and mountain.
Akram Arabic Generous, noble.
Aksel Norwegian The father of peace. A form of Absalom.
Akshay Hindu name of a God

Boy Names Beginning with the letters Al

Al Irish and Scottish Gaelic Handsome.
Aladdin Arabic A servant of Allah.
Alan Irish and Scottish Gaelic Handsome.
Aland English bright as the sun
Alarbus   From Shakespeare's play Titus Andronicus.
Alard Teutonic A noble ruler.
Alaric Teutonic The ruler of all.
Alasdair Scottish Protector of men.
Alastair Scottish Protector of men.
Alban Latin Fair complexioned. A saint's name.
Alber Teutonic A quick mind.
Alberich Teutonic The king of the dwarfs in German legend.
Albern Old English A noble warrior.
Albert Teutonic Noble, bright.
Albin Latin Fair complexioned. A saint's name.
Albion Latin White. Also an old name for England.
Alcander Greek strong
Alcibiades   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Alcott Old English From the stone cottage.
Alden Old English An old, wise friend.
Alder Old English The Alder tree.
Alderney English One of the Channel Isles.
Aldous Teutonic Old, wise or great.
Aldred Old English A great counsellor.
Aldrich Old English An old, wise ruler.
Aldridge Old English From the Alder tree ridge.
Aldwin Old English An old, wise friend.
Aldwyn Old English An old, wise friend.
Alec Greek The protector and helper of mankind. Also see Sanders.
Aled Welsh Offspring.
Alejandro Spanish The protector and helper of mankind. Also see Sanders.
Aleron Latin An eagle.
Aleser Arabic lion
Alessandro Italian The protector and helper of mankind. Also see Sanders.
Alex   The defender, or helper of mankind. A form of Alexander, but also used as an independent name.
Alexander Greek Protector of men.
Alexas   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Alexis Greek The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Alfons German Noble and ready.
Alfonso Teutonic Noble and ready.
Alford Old English From the old ford.
Alfred Old English Counsellor.
Alger Old English A noble spearman.
Algernon French With whiskers, bearded.
Algren unknown  
Ali Arabic Exalted, or noble. A boy or girl's name.
Alika Polynesian The defender of mankind.
Alim Arabic wise, learned
Alison Old English The light of the sun. A boy or girl's name.
Alistair Scottish The protector and helper of mankind. Also see Sanders.
Alister Greek The protector and helper of mankind. Also see Sanders.
Allambee Aboriginal A quiet resting-place.
Allan Irish and Scottish Gaelic Harmony, or the cheerful handsome one.
Allard Old English Sacred, brave.
Allen Irish and Scottish Gaelic Handsome.
Alleyne Irish and Scottish Gaelic Harmony, or the cheerful handsome one.
Allighiero Italian A noble spear.
Allister Scottish The protector and helper of mankind. Also see Sanders.
Almo Old English Noble and famous.
Almon Hebrew Forsaken.
Alok Hindu  
Alonso Spanish Noble and ready.
Aloysius Teutonic A famous warrior.
Alphonse Old German noble estate, eager
Alphonso Teutonic Noble and ready.
Alric German A ruler.
Alroy Irish Gaelic A redheaded boy.
Alston Old English From the old place.
Altair Arabic, Greek bird, star
Altman Teutonic An old wise man.
Alun Welsh Harmony, or the cheerful handsome one.
Alvah Hebrew The exalted one.
Alvin Teutonic Noble friend.
Alvis Old Norse All wise.
Alwan Teutonic A noble friend.
Alwin Teutonic Beloved by all.
Alwyn Teutonic A noble friend.

Am through An

Amadeus Latin Love of God.
Amadi Nigerian general rejoicing, seemed destined to die at
Amado Latin loving deity
Amador Spanish lover
Amal Arabic/Hebrew Arabic: Hope. Hebrew: Work or labour.
Amar Hindu forever
Amaro Portuguese Dark, like a Moor.
Amaroo Aboriginal A beautiful place.
Amato Spanish beloved
Ambar Sanskrit Of the sky. A boy or girl's name.
Ambert Teutonic A bright, shining light.
Ambler Old English A stable-keeper.
Ambrose Greek Immortal.
Amery Teutonic Divine, or a famous ruler.
Amherst English place name
Amida Japanese The name of a Buddha.
Amiel Hebrew The Lord of my people.
Amiens   From Shakespeare's play As You Like It.
Amin Arabic/Hebrew Honest and trustworthy.
Amir Arabic Princely.
Amiri Maori The east wind.
Amirov Hebrew My people are great.
Amistad Spanish friendship
Amit Hindu endless
Amitabh Hindu  
Amitava Hindu  
Ammon Egyptian Hidden. The name of an ancient god.
Amol Hindu  
Amon Hebrew Trustworthy.
Amory Teutonic Divine, or a famous ruler.
Amos Hebrew The bearer of burdens. The name of an Old Testament prophet.
Amrit Sanskrit The immortal one.
Amsden Old English From the valley of Ambrose.
Amul Hindu  
Amulya Hindu priceless
Amund Scandinavian Divine protection.
Anand Sanskrit Joyful.
Anant Hindu  
Anastasius Greek Resurrection, one who shall rise again.
Anatole Greek From the east.
Anay Hindu  
Ancel Teutonic Godlike.
Anders Scandinavian Scandinavian form of Andrew. Manly, courageous.
Anderson unknown Son of Andrew
Andreus Greek son of river peneius
Andrew Greek Manly, courageous.
Androcles Greek A man, and glory. A figure from Roman legend.
Aneurin Welsh Truly golden.
Ang Swedish  
Angada Hindu a son of Lakshmana
Angelo Italian An angel or saintly messenger.
Angus Scottish Gaelic Unique strength, outstanding.
Angwyn Welsh Very handsome.
Anieli Greek manly
Anil Sanskrit Of the wind.
Anirudhh Hindu  
Anish Hindu  
Aniston    
Anjuman Hindu a party place (mehfil)
Anker Greek manly
Ankit Hindu  
Ankur Hindu  
Annan Celtic From the stream.
Anniruddha Hindu son of Pradyummna
Anno Hebrew Grace. The masculine form of Anne.
Anoke Native American The actor.
Anoki Native American an actor
Anoop Hindu incomparable, the best
Ansari Arabic A helper.
Anscom Old English A dweller in the secret valley.
Ansel Old French A nobleman's follower.
Anselm Teutonic A divine helmet. The name of a saint.
Anshul Hindu  
Anshuman Hindu  
Ansley Old English From the hermitage clearing.
Anson Old English The son of Anne or Agnes.
Anstice Russian from Greek The resurrected one. A boy or girl's name.
Antal Latin prince
Anthony Latin Worthy of praise.
Antigonus   From Shakespeare's play Winter's Tale.
Antiochus   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Antipholus   From Shakespeare's play Comedy of Errors.
Anton German Worthy of praise.
Antoni Polish Worthy of praise.
Antonio Italian/Spanish Worthy of praise.
Anu   The king of the gods in Babylonian mythology.
Anwar Arabic The bright one.
Anwell Celtic The beloved, dear one.
Anyon Celtic An anvil.

Ap through Ar

Apache   The name of a North American Indian tribe.
Apari Aboriginal Father.
Apemantus   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Apollo Greek A beautiful youth. The God of music, poetry and healing in Greek mythology.
Apostolos Greek  
Aquila Latin Like an eagle.
Ara Armenian/Latin Armenian: Kingly. Latin: An altar.
Araluen Aboriginal The place of waterlilies. A boy or girl's name.
Aram Assyrian high place
Aran Hebrew Active, nimble.
Arana Polynesian Polynesian form of Alan. Handsome.
Archard Teutonic Sacred and powerful.
Archer Old English A bowman.
Archibald Teutonic Very bold.
Archidamus   From Shakespeare's play A Winter's Tale.
Archie   Very bold.
Arden Old English/Latin Old English: A dwelling place. Latin: Ardent and sincere. A boy or girl's name.
Ardley Old English From the meadow of the home-lover.
Ardolph Old English The wolf (a wanderer) who longs for home.
Ardon Hebrew bronze
Aren Nigerian eagle
Arend Dutch Dutch form of Arnold.
Ares Greek god of war
Argus Greek Watchful. A giant with a hundred eyes in Greek mythology.
Argyll Scottish Gaelic From the land of the Gaels. Also the name of a Scottish county.
Ari Hebrew A Lion.
Aric Old English A sacred ruler.
Aricin Norwegian the eternal kings son
Ariel Hebrew A lion of God.
Ariki Polynesian A chief.
Arion   A figure from Greek mythology.
Aristedes Greek Descended from the best.
Aristo Greek best
Aristotle Greek A thinker. The name of a famous Greek philosopher.
Arizona   The name of a State in the USA.
Arje Dutch Dutch form of Adrian.
Arjun Sanskrit The white one.
Arkin Norwegian the eternal king's son
Arkwright Old English A carpenter.
Arland Celtic pledge
Arlen Irish Gaelic A pledge.
Arley Old English From the hare or stag meadow.
Arlo Old English From the protected town or hill.
Armand French Of the army.
Armande French Of the army.
Armando Italian/Spanish Of the army.
Armen Armenian/Hebrew Armenian: A man from Armenia. Hebrew: A castle.
Armon Hebrew castle
Armstrong Old English A strong-armed warrior.
Arnall Teutonic A gracious eagle.
Arnaud   Ruler of eagles.
Arne Dutch Eagle. Dutch form of Arnold.
Arnett French A little eagle.
Arnie   Eagle.
Arnold Teutonic Strong as an eagle. A name introduced to England by the Normans.
Arnon Hebrew rushing stream
Aron Hebrew Exalted.
Aronne German/Italian Exalted.
Aroon Thai Of the dawn.
Arpiar Armenian sunny
Arran   The name of a Scottish island. A boy or girl's name.
Arsen Greek strong
Arsenio Greek manly, virile
Art Celtic A rock.
Arthur Celtic A follower of Thor and strong as a bear.
Arthus Welsh bear hero, a rock
Artie Celtic A follower of Thor.
Arty   A follower of Thor.
Aruiragus   From Shakespeare's play Cymbeline.
Arun Sanskrit The dawn.
Arundel Old English He who dwells with the eagles.
Arunta Aboriginal A white cockatoo.
Arvad Hebrew The wanderer.
Arval Latin From the cultivated land.
Arvin Teutonic A friend of the people.
Arvind Hindu  
Arviragus   From Shakespeare's play Cymbeline.
Arwin young, prince  

As through Az

Asa Hebrew/Japansese Hebrew: The healer, a physician. A biblical name. Japanese: The morning. A boy or girl's name.
Ascot Old English One who lives in the East cottage.
Aseem Hindu  
Ash   Blessed, happy.
Ashburn Old English From the brook by the Ash tree.
Ashby Old English A farm by the Ash tree.
Asher Hebrew Blessed, happy.
Ashford Old English One who lives at the ford by the Ash tree.
Ashish Hindu blessings
Ashliegh Old English From the Ash tree.
Ashlin Old English A dweller by the Ash tree pool.
Ashok Sanskrit Without sadness.
Ashon Ghanese seventh-born son
Ashraf Arabic Honourable.
Ashton Old English One who lives at the Ash tree farm.
Ashur Hebrew Black.
Ashutosh Hindu  
Ashwin Hindu strong horse
Ashwini Hindu  
Asija Hindu a great sage, brother of Brihaspati
Asim Arabic The protector.
Askel Norse A divine cauldron.
Aslak Norse Divine sport.
Asparouh Bulgarian Paro, Pouro
Astin unknown strong Leader, trustworthy
Aston Old English From the eastern place.
Asuman Hindu lord of vital breaths
Asvathama Hindu sun of drona
Asvin Hindu (Nasatya and Dasra) gods of medicine
Aswad Arabic Black.
Aswin Old English A spear comrade or protector.
Asztrik Hungarian made from ashenwood
Atalik Hungarian Like his father.
Atarah Hebrew A crown. A boy or girl's name.
Atawn Welsh Harmony. Can be used as a form of Alan.
Athan Greek immortal
Atharvan Hindu knower of the Arthara vedas
Athelstan Old English A noble stone. The name of an early English king.
Atherol Old English dweller at the spring farm
Atherton Old English One who lives at the spring farm.
Athol Scottish Gaelic New Ireland. A placename.
Athos Greek An alternative name for Zeus, the ruler of the heavens.
Atilla Hungarian beloved father
Atiu Polynesian The eldest.
Atlas Greek A mythological demigod who supported the sky on his shoulders.
Atley Old English From the meadow.
Atmajyoti Hindu light of Atma
Atman Hindu the self
Atrayl Tray  
Atrus Atrius  
Attila   The warlike king of the Huns.
Attis Greek handsome boy
Atul Hindu  
Atulya Hindu  
Atwater Old English One who hides by the water.
Atwell Old English A dweller by the spring.
Atworth Old English From the farm.
Auberon Teutonic Noble.
Aubert French Noble and illustrious.
Aubin French Fair complexioned. A saint's name.
Aubrey Teutonic The golden-haired ruler of the elves.
Auburn Latin fair
Audric French An old, wise ruler.
Audun Norwegian deserted
Augustine Latin Belonging to Augustus. Venerable, the exalted one.
Augustus Latin Venerable, the exalted one. The name of the first great roman emperor.
Aurek Polish golden-haired
Aurelio Latin gold
Aurelius Latin The golden one.
Austell   The name of a Cornish Saint.
Austen   Modern form of Augustine. Venerable, the exalted one.
Austin   Modern form of Augustine. Venerable, the exalted one.
Autolucus   From Shakespeare's play A Winter's Tale.
Avan Hebrew Proud.
Avel Greek/Hebrew/Russian Breath. A boy or girl's name.
Avenall Old French A dweller in the Oat field.
Averell Old English The slayer of the boar.
Averill Old English boar-warrior
Avery Old English The ruler of the elves. A boy or girl's name.
Avinash Hindu  
Aviv Hebrew Of the springtime.
Avner Hebrew The father of light. A biblical name.
Avon   The name of an English county, and rivers in England and New Zealand.
Avram Greek The father of many.
Avrom Hebrew The father of many.
Axel Teutonic from Hebrew Source of all life.
Axton Old English The stone of the sword wielder.
Ayer Old French An heir.
Ayhner Old English Noble and famous.
Aylward Old English An awe-inspiring guardian.
Aylwin Teutonic A noble friend.
Ayush Hindu  
Azariah Hebrew He whom the Lord helps.
Azi Nigerian A youth.
Azim Arabic Grand.
Aziz Arabic The powerful one.
Azriel Hebrew An angel of the Lord.
Azzan Hebrew Very strong.

 

Baby Boy Names List

Baby Boy Names that start with B

Baby Boy Names B

Top Boy Names and Unique Boy Names starting with B

Baby Boy Names Beginning with B

 

Babar Turkish A Lion.
Babul Hindu  
Bacchus Greek The Roman God of wine.
Bae Korean Inspiration.
Bahar Persian Baharak
Bailey Old French A bailiff or administrative official.
Baingana Swahili people are equal
Baird Scottish Gaelic A bard or minstrel.
Bairn Scottish child
Bajnok Hungarian victor
Bakari Swahili Promising.
Baker unknown Baxter, Baxley
Balavan Hindu powerful
Balbo Latin inarticulate
Balder Swedish god of light
Baldric Teutonic A bold or princely ruler.
Baldwin Teutonic A brave friend or protector.
Bale Ugandan home of the Mutima clan
Balfour Scottish Gaelic From the village by the pasture.
Bali Hindu Mighty warrior
Balint Latin strong and healthy
Ballard Teutonic Strong, bold.
Balram Hindu  
Balthasar Greek The Lord protects the king. One of the three wise men in the Bible.
Balthazar Greek The Lord protects the king. One of the three wise men in the Bible.
Balun Aboriginal A river.
Bancroft Old English From the bean field.
Bandele Yoruban born away from home
Bane Hawaiian long-awaited child
Banjora Aboriginal A Koala.
Bankim Hindu  
Banning Gaelic blond child
Banquo   From Shakespeare's play MacBeth.
Bansi Hindu  
Baptista Latin The baptised one.
Barabas Hebrew Barabba
Barak Hebrew A flash of lightning.
Baran Latin form of star aldebaran
Barber Latin beard
Barclay Old English From the meadow of the Birch tree.
Barden Old English From the valley of barley.
Bardo Aboriginal Water.
Bardolph   From Shakespeare's play Merry Wives of Windsor and Henry V
Bardon Anglo-Saxon barley valley
Barega Aboriginal The wind.
Barend Dutch A firm bear.
Bari French, Celtic, Welsh spear thrower, son of Harry, marksman
Barlow Old English From the barley hill.
Barna Aramic son of comforting
Barnabas Hebrew Son of a prophecy.
Barnard Teutonic As brave as a bear.
Barnardine   From Shakespeare's play A Winter's Tale.
Barnardo Teutonic Bold as a bear.
Barnet Old English From the place cleared by burning.
Barnett Old English noble man
Barney   As brave as a bear.
Barnum Old English A stone house.
Barny   As brave as a bear.
Baron Old French A nobleman.
Barrett Teutonic bear-like
Barry Irish Gaelic Like a spear.
Bars Hungarian pepper
Barse English fresh-water perch
Bart Hebrew Hill, furrow. From the name Bartholomew.
Barth Hebrew Hill, furrow. From the name Bartholomew.
Bartholomew Hebrew Hill, furrow.
Barton Old English From the Barley fields.
Baruch Hebrew Blessed.
Barwon Aboriginal A wide river.
Bashir Arabic A good omen.
Basil Greek Like a king.
Basim Arabic The smiling one.
Bassanio   From Shakespeare's play Merchant of Venice.
Bassett   From Shakespeare's play King Henry VI.
Bastiaan Greek venerable
Bastian Latin A man from Sebasta. The name of a 3rd-century saint.
Bastien Latin A man from Sebasta. The name of a 3rd-century saint.
Bates unknown  
Baudouin French A brave friend or protector.
Baul English snail
Bavol English wind
Baxter Old English A baker.
Bay Vietnamese Born on a Saturday. Also a herb and a reddish-brown colour.
Bayanai Filipino hero
Bayard Old French With reddish-brown hair.
Bayley Old French A bailiff or administrative official.
Bazyli Polish royalty

Be through Bh

Beacan Celtic, Gaelic small, little one
Beacher Old English dweller by the beech tree
Beagan Irish Gaelic The little one.
Beaman Old English beekeeper
Beardsley Old English beard, wood
Beathan Scottish Gaelic Scottish Gaelic form of Benjamin. Son of my right hand.
Beattie Irish Gaelic The provider.
Beau French Handsome or beautiful. A boy or girl's name.
Beaumont Old French A beautiful hill or mountain.
Beauregard Old French Beautiful, handsome.
Bebe French baby
Becan Irish Gaelic A little one.
Beck Old English A brook or small stream.
Becse Hungarian the kite
Bede Old English A prayer.
Bedrich Czech A peaceful ruler.
Bela Hungarian The white one. A boy or girl's name.
Belarius   From Shakespeare's play Cymbeline.
Beldon Old English beautiful pasture, child of the unspoiled glen
Belen Greek an arrow
Bellamy Old French A handsome friend.
Bem Nigerian peace
Bemus Greek platform
Ben Hebrew Son of my right hand.
Bence Hungarian victor
Benedick Latin Son of my right hand.
Benedict Latin Son of my right hand.
Benito Latin blessed
Benjamin Hebrew A son of the south, or the son of the right hand. The brother of Joseph in the Bible.
Benjy   Son of my right hand.
Bennet Latin Little blessed one.
Bennett Latin Little blessed one.
Benny   Son of my right hand.
Benson Old English Son of Benjamin. Son of my right hand.
Bentley Old English From the bent grass clearing or meadow.
Benton Old English From the bent grass farm.
Benvolio   From Shakespeare's play Romeo & Juliet.
Berenger French courage of a bear
Berg Teutonic A mountain.
Bergen   The name of a Norwegian port.
Berger Teutonic From the mountains.
Bergren Swedish mountain stream
Beriszl Hungarian honor
Berk Turkish solid and firm
Berkeley Old English From the Birch tree wood or meadow.
Berkly Old English From the Birch tree wood or meadow.
Bernard Teutonic Bold as a bear.
Bernardo   From Shakespeare's play Hamlet.
Bernie   Bold as a bear.
Berny   Bold as a bear.
Berowne   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour Lost.
Berrigan Aboriginal Wattle.
Bersh English one year
Bert   Bright, nobility.
Berthold Teutonic glorious ruler
Bertie   Bright, nobility.
Bertram Teutonic A bright raven.
Berwyn Welsh Fair-haired, or a bright friend. A boy or girl's name.
Besnik Albanian  
Beval English like the wind
Bevan Welsh Son of Evan Young warrior.
Beverly Old English From the stream of the beaver. A boy or girl's name.
Bevis French After the city of Beauvais, meaning a beautiful outlook or view.
Beyers    
Bhagirath Hindu  
Bharat Sanskrit Being maintained. The name of the Hindu God of fire.
Bhaskar Hindu  
Bhavesh Hindu  
Bhavin Hindu Swedish
Bhavya Hindu  
Bhim Hindu  
Bhima Sanskrit The mighty one.
Bhishma Hindu  
Bhrigu Hindu a Prajapati
Bhudev Hindu lord of the earth
Bhupen Hindu  
Bhupendra Hindu  
Bhuvan Hindu  

Bi through Bo

Bialy Polish white-haired boy
Bilal Arabic first convert of muhammad
Bill   A strong and resolute protector.
Billy   A strong and resolute protector.
Bing Old English From the hollow.
Bingham Old English Crib.
Binyamin Jewish A son of the south, or the son of the right hand. The brother of Joseph in the Bible.
Biondello   From Shakespeare's play Taming of the Shrew.
Birch Old English At the Birch tree.
Bishop Old English A bishop.
Bitalo Uganda finger-licking
Bjorn Old Norse Like a bear. Also see Bernard.
Blade Old English Glory, prosperity.
Blaine Irish Gaelic Thin. A boy or girl's name.
Blair Scottish Gaelic From the plain or field. A boy or girl's name.
Blaise Latin One who lisps or stammers. A boy or girl's name.
Blake Old English Fair-haired. A boy or girl's name.
Blakeley Old English From the black meadow.
Blaxland Old English From the black land.
Blaxton Old English A black stone.
Blaz Old German unwavering protector
Bledig Welsh Like a wolf.
Blythe Old English Joyous and cheerful. A boy or girl's name.
Bo Old Norse/Chinese Old Norse: A householder. Chinese: Precious. A boy or girl's name.
Boa    
Boaz Hebrew Swift and strong. The husband of Ruth in the Bible.
Bob Teutonic Famous, bright fame. Also see Hopkin, Robert, Robertson and Robinson.
Bobbie Teutonic Famous, bright fame. A boy or girl's name.
Bobby Teutonic Famous, bright fame. A boy or girl's name.
Bod Hungarian branch
Boden Old French herald
Bodo Teutonic A leader.
Bodor Hungarian curly
Bogart Old French/Teutonic A strong bow.
Bogdan Slavonic A gift from God.
Bolton Old English Of the manor farm.
Bonamy French A good friend.
Bonar Old French Kind and gentle.
Bond Old English/Old Norse A peasant fanner.
Bonner Old French Gracious, gentle.
Booker Old English beech tree
Boone Latin, French good
Booth Old Norse A shelter.
Borachio   From Shakespeare's play Much Ado About Nothing.
Borden Old English From the valley of the boar.
Borg Scandinavian From the castle.
Boris Slavonic/Russian Warrior.
Bosley Old English A grove of trees.
Boswell Old French forested town
Bosworth Old English From the boar enclosure.
Botan Japanese peony
Botond Hungarian mace wielding warrior
Bottom   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Boult Cornish From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Bourke Old English From the fort or hill.
Bowen Welsh Son of Owen.
Bowie Scottish Gaelic Golden-haired.
Bowman English the archer
Boyce Old French From the wood, or forest.
Boyd Scottish Gaelic Yellow-hair.
Boyden Anglo-Saxon a herald
Boyet   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour's Lost.

Br through By

Brabantio   From Shakespeare's play Othello.
Brad   Broad meadow.
Braden Old English From the wide valley.
Bradford Old English A broad ford.
Bradley Old English A broad lea, meadow.
Bradwell Old English From the broad stream.
Brady Irish Gaelic From an old surname.
Brae Cornish/Gaelic A hill.
Brahnan courageous one Brahn, Brahni
Bram Hebrew The father of many.
Bramwell English place name
Bran Celtic A raven.
Branch Latin extension
Brand Swedish sword blade
Brandeis German dweller on a burned clearing
Brander Old Norse A fiery sword.
Brandon Old English A raven.
Branko Slowenian  
Brant Teutonic firebrand
Braxton   Brock's town.
Bray Old English to cry out
Brayden   Brave.
Braz Latin stammerer
Brazil   The name of a South American country.
Brecon Welsh The name of a group of mountains.
Brencis Latin crowned with laurel
Brendan Irish Gaelic A raven.
Brennan   Raven-like.
Brent Old English/Celtic A steep climb.
Breok Cornish/Welsh The name of an early saint.
Breton Old English From a place in Somerset.
Brett Old English Briton, British.
Brewster Middle English One who brews beer.
Briac Celtic estime
Brian Celtic Strong one.
Briand French castle
Brice Celtic The son of Rice.
Brigham Old English Covered bridge.
Brighton Hebrew the one who is loved
Brij Hindu  
Brijesh Hindu  
Brinley Old English tawny
Brishen English born during a rain
Bristol unknown  
Brock Old English A badger.
Broderick Welsh Son of Roderick. A renowned ruler.
Brodie Irish Gaelic A ditch. A boy or girl's name.
Brodny Slavic one who lives near a shallow stream crossing
Brody Welsh Son of Roderick. A renowned ruler.
Brom Gaelic raven
Bromley Old English From the place where broom grows.
Bronson Old English Strong, fierce one.
Brook Old English At the brook or stream. A boy or girl's name.
Brooke Old English At the brook or stream. A boy or girl's name.
Broughton Old English From the town on a hill.
Brown Middle English colour
Bruce Old French Woods.
Bruno Teutonic Brown haired.
Brutus Latin Bruto
Bryan   Strong one.
Bryant   Strong, honourable.
Bryce Celtic The speckled, or freckled, one.
Brychan Welsh The speckled, or freckled, one.
Bryn Welsh A hill. A boy or girl's name.
Brynmor Welsh A large hill.
Buck Old English A lover of horses.
Buckley Old English From the meadow of the buck deer.
Bud American Messenger, friend. Originally a short form of buddy (friend), but now used as an independent name, particularly in the USA.
Buddy   Friend.
Budi Indonesian The wise one.
Burchard Teutonic A strong protector.
Burdon Old English A dweller at the hill fort.
Burgess Old French from Teutonic The citizen of a town.
Burhan Arabic proof
Burian Ukranian he lives near the weeds
Burke Old English From the fortress.
Burl Old English A cup bearer or wine server.
Burle Middle English knotted wood
Burley Old English From the fort or castle meadow.
Burnaby Old Norse The warrior's estate.
Burnard Teutonic As brave as a bear. Also see Bjorn.
Burne Old English brook
Burnell Old French The little brown-haired one.
Burnet Old French The brown one. Also a plant name.
Burnu Aboriginal A tree.
Burnum Aboriginal A great warrior.
Burr Swedish youth
Burt English A short form of the name Burton. Also a variation of Bert.
Burton Old English From the fortified farm or town.
Busby Old Norse From the farm in the thicket.
Buster English A nickname, but it is sometimes used independently.
Butler Old French The head servant.
Byford Old English A dweller by the ford.
Bylent Turkish  
Byng Old English From the hollow.
Byron Old English Bear or cottage.

 

Baby Boy Names List

Baby Boy Names that begin with C

Baby Boy Names C

The Top Boy Names and Unique Boy Names starting with C

Baby Boy Names Beginning with C

 

Cable Old French rope
Cadby Old Norse The warrior's settlement.
Cadell Welsh The battle spirit.
Cadeo Vietnamese folk song
Cadman Celtic A man of battle.
Cadmus Greek A man from the east. A mythological figure.
Cadogan Old Welsh Honour in battle.
Caedmon Celtic A wise warrior.
Caerwyn Welsh A blessed or holy fort.
Caesar Latin The name of the famous Roman emperor.
Cahil Turkish Young and inexperienced.
Cailan Gaelic child
Cailean Scottish Gaelic The victory of the people.
Cain Hebrew/Old French The son of Adam and Eve who murdered his brother Abel. Old French: Battlefield. Also see Cane.
Caine   The son of Adam and Eve who murdered his brother Abel. Old French: Battlefield. Also see Cane.
Caithness   From Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
Caius   From Shakespeare's play Titus Andronicus.
Cajan    
Cal Old English A calf herder.
Calder Old English Stream.
Caldwell Old English cold spring
Caleb Hebrew The devoted one.
Caley Irish Gaelic Slender. A boy or girl's name.
Calhoun   Warrior.
Caliban   From Shakespeare's play The Tempest.
Calisto Greek most beautiful
Calixto Latin a chalice
Callis Latin cup
Calum Scottish Dove.
Calvert Old English A calf herder.
Calvin Latin The little bald one.
Calvine   The little bald one.
Cam Vietnamese, English orange fruit, sweet, beloved, referring to the sun
Camden Gaelic From the winding valley.
Cameron Scottish Gaelic A crooked nose. From an old Scottish surname.
Camille Latin Virginal, unblemished character. Also from a Roman family name. A boy or girl's name.
Camillo   From Shakespeare's play Winter's Tale.
Camlin Celtic crooked line
Campbell Scottish Gaelic A crooked mouth. The name of one of the great Scottish highland clans.
Candan Turkish sincerely
Candidius   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Cane Gaelic An old surname.
Canice Irish Gaelic The handsome one. The name of several early saints.
Cannon Kannon, Canon  
Canute Old Norse A knot. The name of several Danish kings.
Capers    
Caphis   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Capucius   From Shakespeare's play Henry VIII.
Capulet   From Shakespeare's play Romeo & Juliet.
Caradoc Celtic/Welsh Beloved or amiable.
Carden Celtic from the black fortress
Cardew Cornish/Welsh The black fort.
Carel Dutch A free man.
Carey Irish/Celtic/Cornish Irish: The name of a castle. Celtic: From the river. Cornish: The loved one. A boy or girl's name.
Carl German A free man.
Carleton   Carl's town or farmer's town.
Carlin Cornish/IrishGaelic Cornish: From the fort by the pool. Irish Gaelic: The little champion. A boy or girl's name.
Carlisle Old English The place of the fort.
Carlo Italian A free man.
Carlos Portuguese/Spanish A free man.
Carlton Old English From the settlement of the free peasants.
Carlyle Old English Carl's island
Carlyon Cornish From the slate earthworks.
Carmelo Hebrew From the garden. After mount Carmel in the holy land.
Carne Cornish A pile of rocks.
Carnelian   The name of a gemstone. A boy or girl's name.
Carr Old Norse From the marshland. Also see Carson.
Carrick Irish Gaelic A rocky cliff or cape.
Carrington Old English beautiful
Carroll Irish Gaelic A fierce warrior.
Carson Old English From the marshland. Son of Carr.
Carsten German A follower of Christ. A Christian.
Carsyn   From the marshland. Son of Carr.
Carter Old English A cart driver or maker.
Carvell Old French The marshy estate, or the estate of the spearman.
Carver Old English Wood carver.
Carwyn Welsh Blessed love.
Cary Irish/Celtic/Cornish Irish: The name of a castle. Celtic: From the river. Cornish: The loved one. A boy or girl's name.
Case Old French chest
Casey Irish Gaelic The vigilant one. A boy or girl's name.
Casimir Old Slavonic The great destroyer.
Caspar Persian The treasurer. The name of one of the three wise men in the new testament. Also see Gaspar and Jasper.
Casper Persian treasurer
Cassidy Irish Gaelic The clever or ingenious one.
Cassio   From Shakespeare's play Othello.
Cassius Latin Vain.
Castel Spanish belonging to a castle
Cathal Irish Gaelic A battle ruler.
Cathan Irish Gaelic Of the battle. Also see Kane.
Cathmor Irish Gaelic A great warrior.
Cato Latin The wise one.
Caton Spanish knowledgable, wise
Cavan Irish Gaelic The handsome one.
Cayden Gaelic spirit of battle

Ce through Ci

Ceasar Latin to cut
Cecil Latin The blind one.
Cedric English Chief. Invented in the early 1800s by Sir Walter Scott for a character in Ivanhoe.
Cemal Arabic Perfect.
Cengis Turkish  
Cerimon   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Cesar French The name of the famous Roman emperor.
Chad Old English Battle, warrior. From the name of a 7th-century saint.
Chadwick Old English Battle, warrior.
Chahaya Indonesian Light.
Chaika Hebrew life
Chaim Hebrew Life.
Chal English boy, son
Chale Spanish strong and manly
Challis Old French A ladder or stairs.
Chalmers Scottish son of the lord
Chaman Hindu  
Chan Chinese A Chinese clan name.
Chance Old French A church official or chancellor. A boy or girl's name.
Chancellor   Keeper of records, secretary.
Chancey Old French A church official or chancellor.
Chandan Sanskrit Of the Sandalwood tree.
Chander Cesar, Cezar  
Chandler Old French Candle maker.
Chandra Sanskrit A shining moon. A boy or girl's name.
Chane Hindu, Swahili name of a god, dependability
Chaney Old French From the Oak grove.
Channing Old French A canon.
Chapal Hindu  
Chapin Old French clergyman
Chapman Old English A merchant or trader.
Charan Hindu  
Charles Teutonic Manly, full grown.
Charleton Old English From the settlement of the free peasants.
Charlton Old English From the settlement of the free peasants.
Chas Teutonic Manly, full grown.
Chase Old French The hunter.
Chata African an ending
Chatillon   From Shakespeare's play King John.
Chaucer Old French A bootmaker.
Chauncey Old French A church official or chancellor.
Chayton Sioux falcon
Chen Chinese Great or vast.
Cheney Old French From the Oak grove.
Cherokee Native American The name of a tribe.
Chester Latin A Roman site or camp. Also the name of an English city.
Chet Thai A brother.
Chetan Hindu  
Chetwin Old English From the cottage on the winding path.
Chevalier French, Old English knight, chase, hunt
Chevy French From chevalier, meaning knight.
Cheyenne Native American A tribe. Also a city in the USA.
Cheyney Old French From the Oak grove.
Chiamaka African God is splendid
Chico Teutonic A free man.
Chike African power of god
Chilton Old English From the children's farm.
Chin Korean The precious one.
Chinmay Hindu  
Chintu Hindu  
Chiranjeev Hindu ?Chiarina, Ciaira
Chiron Greek A wise teacher.
Chrirag Hindu  
Chris   Bearing Christ. The patron saint of travellers. Also see Christian.
Christian Latin A follower of Christ. A Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Christie Irish/Scottish A follower of Christ, a Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Christmas Old English Born at Christmas time. A boy or girl's name.
Christopher Greek Bearing Christ. The patron saint of travellers. Also see Christian.
Christos Greek Christ
Christy Irish/Scottish A follower of Christ, a Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Chrysander Greek A golden man.
Chuck Teutonic Manly, full grown.
Chuckie Teutonic A free man.
Chung Chinese The wise one.
Churchill Old English From the church on the hill.
Cian Irish Gaelic Ancient. Also see Keane.
Ciaran Irish Dark, black.
Cicero Latin Historian. Also the name of a famous Roman statesman and orator.
Ciceron Latin chickpea
Ciel French from heaven
Ciprian Latin A man from the island of Cyprus.
Ciprien French A man from the island of Cyprus.
Ciro Italian The name of the founder of the Persian empire. From the name Cyrus.

Cl through Co

Clachas   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida
Clancy Irish Gaelic A red or ruddy warrior.
Clarence Latin Clear, luminous.
Clark Old French A cleric or scholar. Also see Cleary.
Clarke   A cleric or scholar. Also see Cleary.
Claude Latin The lame one.
Claudio Italian/Spanish The lame one.
Claudius German The lame one.
Claus Dutch/German The victory of the people.
Clay Old English From the clay.
Clayland   From the clay.
Clayton Old English Town on clay land.
Cleary Irish Gaelic A clerk or scholar. Also see Clark.
Cledwyn Welsh Rough but blessed.
Clem   Gentle, merciful.
Clemens   Gentle, merciful. From the name Clement.
Clement Latin Gentle, merciful.
Cleon Greek The famous one.
Cleve Old English From the hilly place, or the place of cliffs.
Cleveland Old English Land of high cliffs.
Cliff   From the ford by the cliff or slope.
Clifford Old English From the ford by the cliff or slope.
Clifton Old English From a town near a cliff.
Clint   The place on the headland.
Clinton Old English The place on the headland.
Clitus   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar.
Clive Old English Cliff.
Cloten   From Shakespeare's play Cymbeline.
Clovis Teutonic A famous warrior.
Clunes Scottish Gaelic A resting-place, or meadow.
Clyde Scottish The name of a river.
Coalan Celtic slender
Cobar Aboriginal Burnt earth.
Cobden Old English From the hill with a knob.
Cobweb   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Cody Old English A pillow or cushion. A boy or girl's name.
Cohn Greek The victory of the people.
Colbert Teutonic A bright seafarer.
Colby Old Norse From the dark country.
Cole Old English/Teutonic Dark and swarthy.
Coleman Teutonic/Latin Tuetonic: Dark. Latin: Like a dove. Also see Calum and Columba.
Colin   Fire. Also see Cohn.
Collin   Fire. Also see Cohn.
Colman   Little dove.
Colon Spanish dove
Coltin Colt, Kolt  
Colton Old English From the dark town.
Columba Latin Dove-like. The name of a 6th-century Irish saint. Also see Calum and Coleman. A boy or girl's name.
Coman Arabic noble
Comfort Latin strengthen
Cominius   From Shakespeare's play Coriolanus.
Compton Old English From the farm in the valley.
Conall Celtic As strong as a wolf.
Conan Irish Gaelic Wise and intelligent.
Condon Celtic the dark-haired wise man
Conlan Irish Gaelic The hero.
Conley   Hero.
Conn Irish Gaelic A chief. Also used as a diminutive of Connor.
Conner   Wise.
Connley   Hero.
Connor Irish Gaelic A strong will.
Conor   A strong will.
Conrad Teutonic Bold, wise counsellor. From the name Conrad and Curtis.
Conrade   From Shakespeare's play Much Ado About Nothing.
Conroy Irish Gaelic Wise.
Constantine Latin Firm, constant.
Conway Welsh/Irish Welsh: Holy water. Irish: A yellow hound.
Cooper Middle English Barrel maker.
Coorain Aboriginal The wind. Also a NSW placename.
Corban Greek a gift devoted to God
Corbett Old French A raven.
Corcoran Gaelic of reddish complexion
Cordell Old French A rope maker.
Corey Celtic/Gaelic Dweller in the hollow. A boy or girl's name.
Corin Cornish/Latin Cornish: From the corner. Latin: The name of a Roman deity, possibly meaning a spear. Also from Shakespeare's play As You Like It. A boy or girl's name.
Cormac Irish Gaelic The lad of the chariot.
Cornelian   The name of a gemstone. A boy or girl's name.
Cornelius Latin Horn-coloured.
Cornell   Horn-coloured.
Cort Old German bold
Corwin Old French A friend of the heart.
Cory   Helmet. A boy or girl's name.
Cosmo Greek Perfect order, harmony.
Costard   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour's Lost.
Coty English old house
Court   From Shakespeare's play Henry V.
Courtland Old English From the court land.
Courtney Old French The short-nosed one, or frons a placename. A boy or girl's name.

Cr through Cy

Craig Scottish Gaelic A rock or crag.
Crandon Old English From the hill of the cranes.
Cranley Old English From the meadow of the cranes.
Cranmer   From Shakespeare's play Henry VIII.
Cranog Welsh A heron.
Crawford Old English From the ford with the crows.
Creighton   Near the creek.
Crewe Old English Stepping stones or a ford. An English placename.
Crisiant Welsh Like a crystal. A boy or girl's name.
Crispin Latin Curly-haired. St Crispin was a 3rd-century martyr.
Cristian Latin A follower of Christ. A Christian.
Cristiano Italian A follower of Christ. A Christian.
Cristo Spanish Bearing Christ. From the name Christopher.
Cromwell Old English From the winding stream.
Cronan Irish Gaelic The swarthy one.
Crosby Old Norse From the village with the cross.
Csaba Hungarian from mythology, sheperd, wanderer
Cseke Hungarian puller, carrier
Csenger Hungarian  
Csepel Hungarian young forest
Csombor Hungarian  
Csongor Hungarian hunting bird
Ctirad Czech  
Cuba   The name of a Caribbean country.
Cubert Cornish A Celtic saint and a placename.
Cullen Old French Handsome.
Cupid Latin Desire, passion. The ancient roman God of love, and son of Venus.
Curan   From Shakespeare's play King Lear.
Curio   From Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night.
Curnow Cornish From Cornwall.
Curran Irish Gaelic An old family name.
Currier Old English churn
Curry   A marsh or a spice.
Curt Teutonic Bold, wise counsellor. From the name Conrad and Curtis.
Curtis Old French Courteous.
Cuthbert Old English Brilliant.
Cutler   Knife maker.
Cutter   Gem cutter.
Cy Persian The name of the founder of the Persian empire. From the name Cyrus.
Cymbeline   From Shakespeare's play Cymbeline.
Cynfor Welsh A great chief.
Cynric Old English Of kingly lineage.
Cyprian Latin A man from the island of Cyprus.
Cyrano Greek A man from Cyrent an ancient Greek colony in North Africa.
Cyric Celtic  
Cyril Greek Lordly.
Cyrus Persian The name of the founder of the Persian empire.

 

Baby Boy Names List

Baby Boy Names - D

Baby Boy Names D

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with D

 

Dabert French Bright action.
Dacey Gaelic The southerner. A boy or girl's name.
Dade unknown  
Dafydd Welsh Beloved.
Dag Old Norse The day.
Dagan Hebrew Grain, or the earth.
Dagobert German shining sun
Dahana Hindu a Rudra
Dai Welsh/Japanese Welsh: The beloved, the adored one. Japanese: Great. A boy or girl's name.
Dail Teutonic/Old English A valley dweller. A boy or girl's name.
Dakarai African happiness
Dakota Native American A friend.
Dakshesh Hindu  
Daku Aboriginal Sand.
Dalbert Old English From the shining valley.
Daley Irish Gaelic A counsellor.
Dallas Celtic Skilled, or from the field of water. Also a city in Texas. A boy or girl's name.
Dallin Old English pride's people
Dalton Old English The town near the valley.
Daly Gaelic advisor
Dalziel Scottish Gaelic From the little field.
Damek Czech earth
Damen Greek taming
Damian Greek Tame, domesticated. Also a true friend.
Damien Greek Tame, domesticated. Also a true friend.
Damodar Sanskrit Tied with a rope around the belly.
Damon Greek Day or constant.
Dan Hebrew God is my judge. An Old Testament prophet.
Dana Old English/Czech Old English: From Denmark. Czech: God is my judge. A boy or girl's name.
Danby Old Norse From the Dane's settlement.
Dane Old English From Denmark. A boy or girl's name.
Daniel Hebrew God is my judge. An Old Testament prophet.
Danior English born with teeth
Dannie Hebrew God is my judge.
Danny Hebrew God is my judge.
Dante Italian Enduring, steadfast. Also see Durant.
Dara Irish Gaelic/Hebrew Irish: A son of oak. Hebrew: Compassion, wisdom. A boy or girl's name.
Darby Irish Gaelic/Middle English Irish Gaelic: Free from envy. Middle English: The deer settlement. A boy or girl's name.
Darcy Old French Dark. Also from a place name and a Norman family name.
Darel Aboriginal Blue sky.
Daren Nigerian Born at night. Also see Darren.
Darien Greek/Spanish Greek: Wealthy. Spanish: A placename.
Darin   Precious present.
Darius Greek Wealthy. The name of several ancient Persian kings.
Darnell French From the hidden place.
Darrel Old English beloved
Darrell Old French The dear one, the beloved.
Darren English Great.
Darryl   Dear, beloved.
Darshan Hindu a god's name
Dartagnan French leader
Darthmouth English port's name
Darton Old English From the deer forest or estate.
Daruka Hindu  
Darwin Old English A beloved friend.
Daryl   Dear, beloved.
Dattatreya Hindu a son of Atri, a god
Dave   Beloved. From the name David, but also used independently.
Davey Hebrew The beloved, the adored one. From the name David.
David Hebrew The beloved, the adored one. The famous Israelite king of the Bible, and the patron saint of Wales. Also see Davidson.
Davidson English The beloved, the adored one.
Davie   The beloved, the adored one. From the name David.
Davin Scandinavian The bright one from Finland.
Davis Scottish David's son
Davy   The beloved, the adored one. From the name David.
Dawa Tibetan/Sherpa Born on a Monday. A boy or girl's name.
Dayton   Bright and sunny town.

De through Di

Deacon Greek servent, messenger
Dean Latin/Old English Latin: A soldier. Tuetonic: Merciful.
Decker Belgian roofer
Declan Irish Gaelic The name of a 5th-century bishop.
Decretas   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Dedric Teutonic A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Dedrick German A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Deepak Sanskrit Like a lamp or light.
Deiphobus   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Del Teutonic A ruler of the people. From the name Derek and names beginning with 'Del'.
Delaney Gaelic The challenger's descendant.
Delano Old French From the forest of nut trees.
Delbert Old English Bright as day.
Deli Hungarian warrior
Dell English From the dell or hollow. A boy or girl's name.
Delling Old Norse The shining one.
Delmar Latin From the sea.
Delmore Latin sea
Delroy Old French The son or servant of the king.
Delsin Native American he is so
Delwyn Old English/Welsh Old English: A friend from the valley. Welsh: Neat and fair. A boy or girl's name.
Deman Dutch man
Demas Greek Popular.
Demetrius Greek Goddess of fertility.
Demitrius   Lover of the earth.
Demos Greek Of the people.
Dempe unknown peace
Dempsey Irish Gaelic The proud one.
Dempster Old English The judge.
Demyan Russian Tame, domesticated. Also a true friend.
Denby Old Norse From the Dane's settlement.
Denes Greek, Hungarian wine, drama
Denham Old English A homestead in the valley.
Denholm Swedish home of the Danes
Denis   Wild, frenzied. Also a lover of wine. From Dionysus, the mythological God of wine and drama. Also see Dennison and Tennyson.
Deniz Turkish Of the sea.
Denley Old English From the meadow in the valley.
Dennis Greek Wild, frenzied. Also a lover of wine. From Dionysus, the mythological God of wine and drama. Also see Dennison and Tennyson.
Dennison Old English The son of Dennis. Wild, frenzied. Also a lover of wine. Also see Tennyson.
Denton Old English From the farm or town in the valley.
Denver Old English From the edge of the valley. Also an USA placename.
Denzel Cornish From a placename meaning high stronghold.
Denzil Cornish From a placename meaning high stronghold.
Deo Greek godlike
Derain Aboriginal Of the mountains.
Derby Irish Gaelic/Middle English Irish Gaelic: Free from envy. Middle English: The deer settlement.
Derek Teutonic A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Derex   A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Dermot Irish Gaelic Envy free.
Derrell Old French The dear one, the beloved.
Derren   From an old Welsh name.
Derrick Cornish From the Oak grove. Also see Derek.
Derron   Great.
Derry Cornish/Irish Gaelic Cornish: Of the Oak trees. Irish Gaelic: Redheaded, and the name of an Irish county. Also see Derek.
Derward Old English The deer-keeper.
Derwent Welsh The name of rivers in England and Tasmania.
Derwin Old English A beloved friend.
Derwood Old English The gatekeeper.
Derwyn Old English A beloved friend.
Des   Short for names beginning with Des.
Desiderio Latin, French so long hoped for, crave, desire
Desiderius Latin The desired one.
Desmond Irish Gaelic The world.
Dev Sanskrit Godlike.
Devang Hindu  
Devante Spanish fighter of wrong
Devarsi Hindu sage of the Devas
Devdan Sanskrit The gift of the gods.
Deverell Celtic From the riverbank.
Devereux Old French/English Originally a Norman surname.
Devesh Hindu  
Devi Breton/Sanskrit Breton: The beloved, the adored one. Sanskrit: Godlike, a goddess. A boy or girl's name.
Devin Celtic A poet.
Devitri Hindu  
Devlin Irish Gaelic Fierce bravery.
Devon English The name of a Southwestern English county.
Devrity Hindu  
Dewey Welsh Devin
Dewi Welsh Welsh form of David. The beloved, the adored one. Also se Dafydd.
Dewitt Welsh blond
Dexter Latin Right-handed, dexterous.
Dhananjay Hindu Arjuna
Dharma Hindu  
Dharmavira Hindu  
Dharmendra Hindu  
Dharmesh Hindu  
Dharuna Hindu a rishi
Dhatri Hindu a son of Vishnu, Lakshmi
Dhaval Hindu  
Dheran Aboriginal A gully.
Dhruv Hindu  
Diamond Old English A shining protector.
Dian Indonesian A candle.
Diarmad Scottish Gaelic Without envy.
Diarmid Irish Gaelic Without envy.
Dick Teutonic Powerful, rich ruler.
Dickie Teutonic Brave and strong.
Dickinson Old English powerful, rich ruler
Dickson Old English The son of Richard (Dick's son). Brave and strong.
Dicky Teutonic Brave and strong.
Didier French The desired one.
Diederik Danish ruler of the people
Diego Spanish Spanish form of James. The supplanter. Also see Santiago.
Dieter Old German Of a warrior race.
Dietrich German A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Digby Old Norse From the settlement by the dyke.
Diggory Cornish from Old French Lost or strayed.
Dilip Hindu a king, ancestor of Rama
Dillon Welsh Man from the sea.
Dimitri Greek Belonging to Demeter, the `Earth Mother' and goddess of fertility.
Dinesh Sanskrit The lord of the day.
Dinkar Hindu  
Dino Italian Latin: A religious official. Old English: From the valley.
Dinsdale Welsh Born on Sunday.
Diomedes   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra, Troilus & Cressida.
Dion Greek A lover of wine. From Dionysus, the mythological God of wine and drama. Also see Dennison and Tennyson.
Dione Greek A lover of wine. From Dionysus, the mythological God of wine and drama. A boy or girl's name.
Dionysus German A lover of wine. From Dionysus, the mythological God of wine and drama. Also see Dennison and Tennyson.
Dirk Dutch/Flemish A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Dirke Teutonic A ruler of the people. Also see Theodoric.
Divyesh Hindu  
Dixon Old English Richard's son.

Dj through Dy

Djavan Brazilian  
Dmitri Greek Goddess of fertility.
Dobry Polish Good.
Dodd Teutonic Of the people.
Dogberry   From Shakespeare's play Much Ado About Nothing.
Dolabella   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Dolan Irish Gaelic Black-haired.
Dolf Teutonic A noble wolf.
Dolph Teutonic A noble wolf.
Dominic Latin Belonging to the Lord. St Dominic founded an important order of monks.
Dominick   Belonging to God.
Domokos Hungarian God's own
Don Scottish Gaelic The ruler of the world. From the name Donald and other `Don' names.
Donahue Irish Gaelic A warrior dressed in brown.
Donalbain   From Shakespeare's play MacBeth.
Donald Scottish Gaelic The ruler of the world.
Donatien French, Latin gift
Donato Latin A gift, given by God.
Donegal Irish The name of a county.
Donnelly Gaelic The dark brave one.
Donnie Scottish Gaelic The ruler of the world. From the name Donald and other `Don' names.
Donny Scottish Gaelic The ruler of the world. From the name Donald and other `Don' names.
Donoghue Irish Gaelic A warrior dressed in brown.
Donohue Irish Gaelic A warrior dressed in brown.
Donovan Irish Gaelic Dark warrior.
Dooley Irish Gaelic A dark hero.
Dorak Aboriginal Lively.
Doran Irish Gaelic A wanderer or stranger.
Dorian Greek A man belonging to the Dorian tribe (one of the ancient Greek tribes). Oscar Wilde probably invented the name for the main character of his 1890s novel, The Portrait of Dorian Gray.
Dorjee Tibetan/Sherpa A thunderbolt.
Doron Greek A gift. A modern Jewish name, and the masculine form of Dora.
Dorset Old English tribe near the sea
Dory French Golden-haired.
Doug   From the dark stream.
Dougal Gaelic A dark stranger.
Douglas Scottish Gaelic From the dark stream.
Douglass   From the dark stream.
Dov Hebrew A bear.
Dover Old English Of the waters.
Dow Irish Gaelic Black-haired.
Doyle Gaelic A dark stranger.
Dragan Slavonic The dear one.
Drake Old English Dragon.
Drew Celtic Courageous. A boy or girl's name.
Driscoll Irish The interpreter.
Dromio   From Shakespeare's play Comedy of Errors.
Drostan Celtic The noisy one.
Druce Celtic The son of Drew. Manly, courageous. From the name Andrew, but also an independent name.
Drury Old French The dear one, a sweetheart.
Dryden Old English From the dry valley.
Drystan Celtic The noisy one.
Duane Irish Gaelic A little dark one.
Duarte Portuguese Portuguese form of Edward. Happy guardian.
Dudley English From the meadow.
Duff Scottish Gaelic Dark-haired, or of a dark complexion.
Dugal Gaelic A dark stranger.
Dugald Gaelic A dark stranger.
Dugan Gaelic Dark-skinned.
Duglas Gaelic dark stranger
Duke Old French Leader.
Dull   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour's Lost.
Dumaine   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour Lost.
Duman Turkish Smoke, or mist.
Dunbar Gaelic A dark branch.
Duncan Scottish Gaelic Dark skinned warrior.
Dunham Celtic A dark man.
Dunley Old English From the meadow of the Roe deer.
Dunmore Scottish Gaelic From the fortress on the hill.
Dunn Celtic brown
Dunstan Old English From the dark stone or hill.
Dural Aboriginal A hollow tree that is on fire.
Durand Latin enduring
Duranjaya Hindu a heroic son
Durant Latin Enduring, steadfast. Also see Dante.
Durdanius   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar.
Durham Old English A hilly peninsula.
Durjaya Hindu difficult to conquer
Durmada Hindu  
Durriken English fortune-telling
Durward Old English The gatekeeper.
Durwin Old English A dear friend.
Dusan Czech The soul, the spirit.
Dustin Old Norse Warrior.
Dutch German the German
Dvimidha Hindu  
Dwaine Irish Gaelic A little dark one.
Dwane Irish Gaelic A little dark one.
Dwayne Irish Gaelic A little dark one.
Dwennon Old English one of originality
Dwight Teutonic White, fair one.
Dyami Native American An eagle.
Dyfan Welsh Welsh form of Damon. Day or constant.
Dylan Welsh Man from the sea.
Dymas Greek father of hecate
Dyre Scandinavian A dear or precious one.

 

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Baby Boy Names - E

Baby Boy Names E

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with E

 

Eachan Scottish Gaelic A brown horse.
Eamnonn Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of Edmund. Protector.
Eamon   Protector.
Earl Old English A nobleman.
Earnest Teutonic The serious, earnest one.
Earvin Scottish From a placename (Irving).
Eaton Old English From the estate by the river.
Eban Hebrew stone
Ebenezer Hebrew The rock of help. A placename that is mentioned in the Bible.
Eberhard Teutonic As brave as a wild boar. Also see Everard.
Ebrahim Arabic Arabic form of Abraham.
Ed Old English Happy guardian. From the name Edgar, Edmund, Edward, Edwin and other names.
Edan Irish Gaelic The little fiery one.
Edbert Old English Prosperous and bright.
Eddie   Great spearman.
Eddy   Great spearman.
Eden Hebrew/Old English Hebrew: The place of pleasure (from the Garden of Eden). Old English: A bear cub. A boy or girl's name.
Edgar Old English Great spearman.
Edgardo Old English/French prosperous warrior
Edison Old English The son of Edgar, Edmund or Edward. Great spearman.
Edlin Old English A prosperous friend.
Edmond English prosperous protector
Edmund Old English Protector.
Edolf Old English A prosperous wolf.
Edom Hebrew Red.
Edric Old English A prosperous ruler.
Edsel Teutonic The noble one.
Edward Old English Happy guardian.
Edwardo   Happy guardian.
Edwin Old English Prosperous friend.

Ef through Ek

Efrain Spanish Fruitful. One of the sons of Joseph in the Bible.
Efram Hebrew Fruitful. One of the sons of Joseph in the Bible.
Efrem Hebrew Fruitful. One of the sons of Joseph in the Bible.
Egan Irish Gaelic Little fire.
Egbert Old English A bright sword.
Egerton Old English edge
Egeus   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Egil Norwegian, French the edge or point, a sting
Eglamour   From Shakespeare's play Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Egmont German weapon, defender
Egon Teutonic The point of a sword.
Egor Russian Russian form of George. A tiller of the soil (farmer).
Egyed Hungarian shieldbearer
Ehner Old English Noble and famous.
Ehno Italian from Teutonic A protector.
Ehnore Old English From the riverbank with Elm trees.
Ehren Teutonic Honourable.
Ehud Hebrew The sympathetic one.
Eideard Scottish Gaelic A rich guardian.
Einar Old Norse A lone warrior.
Eirik Norwegian An all-powerful ruler.
Eisig Hebrew he who laughs
Ekachakra Hindu son of Kashyapa
Eknath Hindu poet, saint

El through Em

Eladio Latin A man from Greece.
Elan Hebrew/ Native American Hebrew: A tree. North American Indian: The friendly one.
Eland Old English From the island.
Elbert Teutonic Noble and illustrious.
Elbow   From Shakespeare's play Measure for Measure.
Elden Old English An old, wise friend.
Eldin Old English An old, wise friend.
Eldon Old English From the hill.
Eldred Old English A great counsellor.
Eldric Old English An old, wise ruler.
Eldrich Old English An old, wise ruler.
Eldridge Old English From the Alder tree ridge.
Eldwin Old German old friend
Eleazar Hebrew God is my help.
Elek Hungarian helper and defender of mankind
Elezar Hebrew God is my help.
Elgan Welsh bright circle
Elgar Old English A noble spear.
Eli Hebrew The highest. A biblical name. Also from the name Elias, Elijah, Elisha.
Elia   The Lord is God.
Elias Hebrew The Lord is God. An Israelite prophet in the Bible.
Elijah Hebrew The Lord is God.
Eliot   The Lord is God.
Elisha Hebrew God is my salvation. The successor of Elijah in the Bible. A boy or girl's name.
Elkan Hebrew Possessed by God.
Ellar Scottish Gaelic A butler or steward.
Ellard Teutonic A noble ruler.
Ellery Teutonic/Cornish Tuetonic: From the Elder tree. Cornish: A Swan.
Elliot   The Lord is God. From the name Elijah.
Elliott English from Old French The Lord is God.
Ellis English from Greek A form of Elias. See Elijah.
Ellison English from Greek The son of Ellis or Elias. The Lord is God. Also see Elijah.
Elmar Old English famous nobleman
Elmo unknown proctector
Elner Teutonic Famous.
Eloy Latin To choose. A Spanish name.
Elroy English from French The king. Also see Leroy.
Elsdon Old English From the noble one's valley.
Elston Old English From the nob one's farm.
Elton Old English The old town.
Elu Native American full of grace
Elvin Teutonic All wise.
Elvis Old Norse All wise.
Elvy Old English An elfin warrior.
Elward Old English A noble guardian.
Elwin Old English A friend of the elves.
Elwood Old English The ruler of the elves.
Ely   The highest.
Emerson   The son of Emery. Ruler of work.
Emery Teutonic Ruler of work.
Emil Teutonic Industrious. The masculine form of Emily.
Emilio Italian/Spanish Industrious. The masculine form of Emily.
Emir Arabic charming prince
Emlen Teutonic Industrious. The masculine form of Emily.
Emlyn Welsh Industrious. The masculine form of Emily.
Emmanuel Hebrew God is with us. A boy or girl's name.
Emmet Old English Industrious. A boy or girl's name.
Emrey Teutonic An industrious ruler.
Emrick Welsh immortal
Emrys Welsh Welsh form of Ambrose. Immortal.
Emyr Welsh Honour.

En through Er

Enda Irish Gaelic Bird-like. A boy or girl's name.
Endymion Greek A beautiful youth from mythology.
Eneas Greek The praised one.
Engelbert Teutonic A bright Angel.
Ennis Celtic From the island. Also see Innes.
Ennor Cornish From the boundary. A boy or girl's name.
Enoch Hebrew Experienced, or consecrated. A biblical name.
Enos Hebrew Mankind. A character in the Bible. Also an Irish form of Angus.
Enrico Italian The ruler of the home or estate.
Enrique Portuguese/Spanish The ruler of the home or estate.
Enzo Italian From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels. From the name Lorenzo and other names.
Eoin Gaelic Gaelic form of John. God is gracious.
Ephraim Hebrew Fruitful. One of the sons of Joseph in the Bible.
Erasmus Greek Worthy of love.
Erastus Greek The loving one.
Ercole Italian From the exceptionally strong mythological hero (Hercules).
Erebus Greek The mythological God of darkness.
Erek Polish lovable
Erhard Teutonic Strong and honourable.
Eric Old Norse Honourable ruler.
Erik Norwegian Honourable ruler.
Erin Irish Gaelic From Ireland. A boy or girl's name.
Erith Old English From the gravelly landing place. An English placename.
Erland Old Norse A foreigner, a stranger.
Ermanno Italian A man of the army.
Ernest Teutonic The serious, earnest one.
Ernie   The serious, earnest one.
Eros Greek The God of love.
Errol Scottish To wander.
Erroll   To wander.
Erskine Scottish Gaelic From the heights.
Eruera Maori Maori form of Edward. Happy guardian.
Ervin Scottish From a placename (Irving).
Erwin Old English From the words `boar' and 'friend'.
Eryx Greek A mythological figure.

Es through Ez

Esau Hebrew The hairy one. The son of Isaac and brother of Jacob in the Bible.
Esbern Old Norse A divine bear.
Escalus   From Shakespeare's plays Measure for Measure and Romeo & Juliet.
Escanes   From Shakespeare's play Pericles
Esidor Greek The gift of Isis (an Egyptian goddess).
Esmond Old English The gracious or handsome protector.
Esra Hebrew The helper. A prophet in the Bible.
Essex Old English The Saxons from the east. An English county.
Essien African sixth-born son
Este Italian From the east.
Esteban Spanish Spanish form of Stephen. A crown or garland.
Estes Latin estuary
Ethan Hebrew Firm, strong.
Ethelred Teutonic A noble counsellor.
Etienne French French form of Stephen.
Eton Old English From the estate by the river.
Ettore Italian To hold fast. The name of a Trojan hero in classical mythology.
Etzel Teutonic The noble one.
Euan Scottish Gaelic Possibly meaning born of the Yew tree.
Eudor Greek good gift
Eugene Greek Born lucky.
Eumann Scottish Gaelic A prosperous protector. Also see Eamonn.
Euridice unknown justice
Eurwyn Welsh Fair and golden.
Eusebio Greek Pious, respectful.
Eustace Greek Fruitful, or steadfast.
Evan Welsh Young warrior. Also see John and Owen.
Evander Greek A good man. A mythological character.
Evangelos Greek The evangelist.
Evelyn English From an old surname, but also related to Eve. A boy or girl's name.
Everard Old English As strong or brave as a boar. Also see Eberhard.
Everet Old English As strong or brave as a boar. Also see Eberhard.
Everett Old English As strong or brave as a boar. Also see Eberhard.
Everild Old English The slayer of the boar. A boy or girl's name.
Everley Old English From the place of the wild boar.
Evzen Czech of noble birth
Ewald Teutonic He who rules by the law.
Ewan Scottish Gaelic Possibly meaning born of the Yew tree.
Ewart Old English A ewe herder.
Ewing Old English A friend of the law.
Eyan    
Eydie   Rich gift.
Ezekiel Hebrew God strengthens, or the strength of God. One of the books of the Bible.
Ezio Latin Like an eagle.
Ezra Hebrew The helper. A prophet in the Bible.

 

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Baby Boy Names - F

Baby Boy Names F

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with F

 

Faber French A little blacksmith.
Fabian Latin Bean grower.
Fabrice Latin A craftsman.
Fabron French A little blacksmith.
Fadil Arabic The generous or distinguished one.
Fagan Gaelic The little fiery one.
Fairfax Old English The one with beautiful hair.
Fairley Old English A clearing in the woods. A boy or girl's name.
Faisal Arabic A wise judge.
Falgun Hindu month in the Hindu calendar
Falk Yiddish The falcon.
Falkner Old French A falconer, or falcon handler.
Fallon Irish A leader. A boy or girl's name.
Fane Old English Eager.
Faraji African consolation
Farand Teutonic Attractive, pleasant.
Farid Arabic Unique, unrivalled.
Fariel Persian  
Farkas Hungarian wolf
Farley Old English From the fern clearing. A boy or girl's name.
Farman Old Norse A traveller or hawker.
Farnell Old English From the hill of ferns.
Farnley Old English From the fern meadow.
Farook Arabic One who can distinguish right from wrong.
Farquhar Scottish Gaelic The dear one.
Farrar Latin blacksmith
Farrell Celtic The valorous one.
Farriss Gaelic A rock.
Faulkner Old French A falconer, or falcon handler.
Faust Latin The fortunate one.
Favian Latin Understanding.
Faxon Teutonic long hair
Faysal Arabic A wise judge.

Fe through Fj

Fear English  
Februus Latin Pagan God
Fedele Italian Faithful.
Federico Italian/Spanish A peaceful ruler.
Felipe Spanish A lover of horses.
Felix Latin Happy and prosperous.
Felton Old English From the farm in the field.
Fenn Old English A marsh or fen.
Fenton Old English From the marshlands.
Fenwick Old English From the farm in the marshland.
Feodore Greek The gift of God.
Ferdinand Teutonic Prepared for the journey. An adventurer or traveller.
Ferenc Latin, Hungarian Independent, free
Fergal Irish Gaelic A man of valour.
Fergus Gaelic Fearghas (Gaelic), Feargus.
Ferguson Gaelic Son of Fergus. Manly.
Fernando   Daring, adventurous.
Fernleigh Old English From the fern meadow.
Fernley Old English From the fern meadow.
Feroz Arabic Victorious and successful.
Ferran Arabic baker
Ferrand Old French A grey-haired man.
Ferrer Old French The blacksmith.
Ferris Gaelic A rock.
Feste   From Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night.
Festus Latin Steadfast.
Ffionn Welsh Foxglove Flower
Fiachra Irish Gaelic A raven.
Fidel Latin Faithful.
Fielding Old English A field dweller.
Fife Scottish A man from Fife.
Figaro Latin Daring, cunning.
Filbert Teutonic Very bright.
Filip Polish A lover of horses.
Filippo Italian A lover of horses.
Finbar Irish Gaelic Fair-headed.
Fineas Egyptian/Hebrew Egyptian: The Nubian (dark-skinned). Hebrew: An oracle.
Fingal Scottish Gaelic The fair stranger.
Finian Irish Gaelic Fair or white.
Finlay Scottish Gaelic The fair warrior.
Finley   Fair haired one.
Finn Irish Gaelic/Old Norse Irish Gaelic: The white or fair one. Old Norse: A man from Finland.
Finnegan Irish Gaelic Fair.
Fionn Celtic white, fair
Firdos Arabic Paradise.
Firmin Latin Steadfast and firm.
Firth Old English Of the woodland.
Fisk Swedish fisherman
Fitch Old French A lance or spear.
Fitz Latin son
Fitzgerald Old French The son of Gerald. A spear warrior.
Fitzhugh Old French The son of Hugh. Heart and mind.
Fitzjames Old French The son of James. The supplanter.
Fitzpatrick Old French The son of Patrick. Nobleman.
Fitzroy Old French The son of the king.
Fjodor Russian Fedor, Fiodor

Fl through Fo

Flannan Irish Gaelic Ruddy, or red-haired.
Flannery   Flat land.
Flavian Latin Golden-haired.
Flavius Latin Golden-haired.
Fleance   From Shakespeare's play MacBeth.
Fleeting Old French A man from Flanders.
Fleming Old English a native of Flanders
Fletcher Old French Arrow maker.
Flint Old English A hard stone.
Floke Teutonic, Norse guardian of the people
Florian Latin A flower, blooming. The masculine form of flora.
Floritzel   From Shakespeare's play A Winter's Tale.
Floyd Welsh The hollow.
Fluellen   From Shakespeare's play Henry V.
Flynn Irish Gaelic The red-haired one.
Fodor Hungarian curly haired
Folant Welsh Welsh form of Valentine. Strong, healthy.
Folkus Hungarian people, famous
Fonz Teutonic Noble and ready.
Fonzie Teutonic Noble and ready.
Forbes Scottish Gaelic Prosperous.
Ford Old English From the ford or river crossing.
Forest Old French out of the woods
Forester Old French A forester or gamekeeper.
Forrest Old French Forest dweller.
Forrester   Of the forest.
Forster   Of the forest.
Fortescue Old French A strong shield.
Fortinbras   From Shakespeare's play Hamlet.
Fortunato Latin The fortunate one.
Foster Old English/Old French Old English: A foster parent. Old French: A shearer.

Fr through Fy

Francis Latin From France, or a free man.
Francis Latin From France, or a free man.
Francisco Spanish From France, or a free man.
Frank Teutonic A member of the tribe of the Franks. Also from the name Francis and Franklin.
Franklin Old French Free man.
Frans Scandinavian From France, or a free man.
Franz German From France, or a free man.
Fraser Old French A strawberry, or from a Norman family name.
Frasier   Strawberry.
Frayne Old French/Old English Old French: An Ash tree. Old English: Stranger.
Fred Teutonic A peaceful ruler. From the name Alfred, Frederick and Wilfred.
Freddie Teutonic A peaceful ruler. From the name Alfred, Frederick and Wilfred.
Freddy Teutonic A peaceful ruler. From the name Alfred, Frederick and Wilfred.
Frederick Teutonic A peaceful ruler.
Free Old English in liberty
Freeman Old English A freeborn man.
Fremont Teutonic The noble protector.
Frigyes Hungarian peace, might
Frith Old English Of the woodland.
Fritz German A peaceful ruler.
Froth   From Shakespeare's play Measure for Measure.
Fudo Japanese The God of fire and wisdom.
Fujita Japanese field
Fulbright   Very light.
Fuller Old English A fuller, or cloth-thickener.
Fulton Old English From the muddy place.
Furnell Old French A furnace.
Fyfe Scottish A man from Fife.
Fyodor Russian The gift of God.

 

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Baby Boy Names - G

Baby Boy Names G

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with G

 

Gabai Hebrew delight, adornment
Gable French Little Gabriel. A man of God.
Gabor Hungarian Hungarian form of Gabriel. A man of God.
Gabriel Hebrew God is my strength. One of the archangels in the Bible. A boy or girl's name.
Gadiel Hebrew God is my fortune.
Gadil Arabic God is my wealth
Gafna unknown  
Gagan Hindu  
Gage Old French A pledge.
Gair Irish Gaelic Short.
Gaius Latin To rejoice.
Galahad   From a place name in the Bible. One of King Arthur's knights.
Gale   A stranger. A boy or girl's name.
Galen Greek The calm one, or the helper. A boy or girl's name.
Galeno Spanish little bright one
Galip Turkish winner
Gallagher Irish Gaelic The foreign helper.
Gallard Old French From gay and lively, or a dandy.
Galloway Gaelic A stranger or foreigner.
Gallus   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Galor Old French From gay and lively, or a dandy.
Galton Old English From the rented estate or farm.
Galvin Irish Gaelic The right one.
Galway Gaelic A stranger or foreigner.
Gamal Arabic camel
Gamaliel Hebrew The recompense of God. A biblical name.
Gaman Hindu  
Gamba African warrior
Gamble Norse old
Gamel Scandinavian The old one.
Ganan Aboriginal From the west.
Gandolf Teutonic The progress of the wolf.
Ganesh Sanskrit The lord of the hosts. The elephant-headed Hindu God of wisdom.
Gannon Irish Gaelic The little blond or fair one.
Ganymede Greek A mythological youth.
Gara Hungarian goshawk
Gardiner Old French One who tends the garden.
Gardner   A gardener.
Gareth Welsh Gentle, or an old man.
Garett Anglo-Saxon powerful with the spear
Garfield Old English From the triangular field or battlefield.
Garin Old German warrior
Garland Old French A crown or wreath of flowers. A boy or girl's name.
Garman Old English The spearman.
Garmond Old English A spear protector.
Garner Old French One who tends the garden.
Garnet Old French Dark red, from the colour of pomegranates. Also the name of a gemstone. A boy or girl's name.
Garrett English English from Old French. A spear warrior. Also see Gerald and Gerard.
Garrick Old English Leads by the spear.
Garridan English you hid
Garrison   Troops in battle.
Garron   Guardian.
Garry   To watch.
Garth Old Norse A field or garden.
Garton Old Norse A dweller at the fenced farm.
Garvey Gaelic From the rough place.
Garvin Teutonic A spear friend.
Garwood Old English From the Firtrees.
Gary English/Teutonic English: A spearman. Also from the name Gareth, Tuetonic: Garfield and Garrett.
Garyson Old English son of Gary
Gaspar Persian The master of the treasure. Also see Caspar and Jasper.
Gassy Old Norse The staff of the Goths.
Gaston French A man from the province of Gascony.
Gaurav Hindu  
Gautam Hindu  
Gautama Sanskrit The name of the Buddha.
Gautier French A mighty ruler.
Gavan   White hawk.
Gavin Celtic Little hawk.
Gavrie Russian man of God
Gavril Russian A man of God.
Gawain Celtic A battle hawk. One of king Arthur?s legendary knights. Also see Gavin.
Gayle Hebrew Father's joy. A boy or girl's name.
Gaylord Old French Brave.

Ge through Gi

Geary Old English Changeable.
Gedeon Hungarian warrior, devastator
Geert Germanic brave strength
Geet Hindu  
Geir Norse spear
Gelar Aboriginal A brother.
Gene Greek Noble, wellborn. A boy or girl's name.
Genesis Hebrew origin
Geoff Teutonic Divinely peaceful. Derived from Godfrey.
Geoffrey Teutonic Divinely peaceful. Derived from Godfrey.
Geordi   Hill near meadows.
Geordie   Hill near meadows.
George Greek A tiller of the soil (farmer).
Gerad strange understanding of other people  
Geraint Welsh Gentle, or an old man.
Gerald English from Old French A spear warrior. Also see Garrett and Gerard.
Gerard English from Old French A spear warrior, or brave spearman. Also see Garrett and Gerald.
Gerik Polish prosperous spearman
Germain Latin A brother. A male version of Germaine.
Gerome Greek A sacred or holy name.
Geronimo Italian A sacred or holy name.
Gerry English from Old French A spear warrior. A boy or girl's name.
Gershom Hebrew In exile. A stranger.
Gervase Teutonic A spear servant.
Gerwyn Welsh Fair love.
Gerzson Hungarian stranger, banished
Gethin Welsh Dark-skinned.
Ghassan Arabic In the prime of youth.
Gi Korean The brave one.
Giacobbe Italian Italian form of Jacob. Held by the heel.
Giacomo Italian The supplanter.
Gianni Italian Italian form of John. God is gracious.
Gibson Old English Son of Gilbert. Trusted.
Gideon Hebrew The mighty warrior. A biblical name.
Gifford Teutonic A gift.
Gilbert Teutonic Trusted.
Gilby Norse A pledge.
Gilchrist Gaelic The servant of Christ.
Giles Greek A kid, or young goat.
Gilford Old English By the ford.
Gillespie   Servant of the Bishop.
Gillet French Little Gilbert. Trusted.
Gilmer Scottish Gaelic A servant of the Virgin Mary.
Gilroy Gaelic A son of the red-haired man.
Gino Italian Short for names ending with Gino.
Ginton Arabic a garden
Giordano Italian Flowing down, as in the River Jordan.
Giovanni Italian God is gracious.
Giraldo Italian A spear warrior. Also see Garrett and Gerard.
Girish Hindu  
Girra Aboriginal A creek, or a tree.
Girvan Gaelic The rough little one.
Giulio Italian A Roman family name, possibly meaning youthful. Born in July.
Giuseppe Italian Italian form of Joseph. God shall add.
Givon Arabic hill, heights

Gl through Go

Gladstone Old English A bright rock.
Gladwin Old English A bright or kind friend.
Glanville Old French From the estate of Oak trees.
Glen Gaelic/Welsh/Cornish From the valley or glen. A boy or girl's name.
Glendon Gaelic From the fortress it the glen.
Glenn   From the valley or glen.
Glover Old English A glovemaker.
Glyn Gaelic/Welsh/Cornish From the valley or glen.
Glynn Gaelic/Welsh/Cornish From the valley or glen.
Goddard Old English Divinely brave or strong.
Godfrey Teutonic God's peace.
Godwin Old English A divine or good friend.
Golding Old English The son of the golden one.
Goliath Hebrew Revealing.
Gomer Hebrew/Old English Hebrew: Complete. Old English: Good and famous.
Gomez Spanish A man.
Gonzalo   From Shakespeare's play The Tempest.
Gopal Sanskrit The cowherd.
Gordon Scottish Gaelic Triangular hill.
Gordy Scottish Gaelic Triangular hill. From the name Gordon.
Gore Old English From the triangular plot of ground.
Gorman Teutonic Blue-eyed.
Goronwy Welsh A figure from Celtic mythology.
Gorran Cornish A hero.
Gottfried German Divinely peaceful. Also see Geoffrey.
Gough Welsh Red-haired.
Govinda Sanskrit A cowherd, one who is good at finding cows.
Gower Celtic Pure.

Gr through Gy

Grady Irish Gaelic Illustrious, noble.
Graeme Old English From the gravelly place or homestead. A common Scottish surname.
Graham Old English From the gravelly place or homestead. A common Scottish surname.
Granger Old English A farmer.
Grant Old French The large or tall one.
Grantham Old English From the big meadow.
Granville Old French Large village.
Gratian Latin Pleasing, or thankful.
Gratiano   From Shakespeare's play's Merchant of Venice and Othello.
Grayson Old English The son of the bailiff.
Greg   Vigilant, watchful.
Greger Swedish vigilant
Gregg   Vigilant, watchful.
Gregory Greek Vigilant, watchful.
Gremio   From Shakespeare's play Taming of the Shrew.
Gresham Old English From the grazing land.
Greville Old French From a placename in Normandy.
Griffin   Mythological beast.
Griffith Welsh A powerful lord. Also see Gryffyn.
Griswold Teutonic From the grey forest.
Grosvenor Old French A great huntsman.
Grover Old English From the grove, of trees.
Grumio   From Shakespeare's play Taming of the Shrew.
Gryffyn Comish/Welsh Mythological beast. A boy or girl's name.
Gugliehno Italian A strong and resolute protector.
Guiderius   From Shakespeare's play Cymbeline.
Guido Italian The wide one, or from the wood.
Guildenstern   From Shakespeare's play Hamlet.
Guildford Old English By the ford.
Guillaume French A strong and resolute protector.
Guillermo Spanish A strong and resolute protector.
Gul Hindu  
Gulab Hindu  
Gunnar Teutonic bold warrior
Gunther German A bold warrior.
Guntur Indonesian Thunder.
Gurion Hebrew Of lion-like strength, or the place of God.
Gurkan Turkish Gurko
Gus Old Norse The staff of the Goths.
Gustav Old Norse Lord's cane.
Guthrie Scottish Gaelic From the windy place.
Guy Teutonic The wide one, or from the wood.
Gwilym Welsh Welsh form of William. A strong and resolute protector.
Gwyn Welsh White, fair, or blessed. A boy or girl's name.
Gwynfor Welsh From the fair place.
Gye Teutonic The wide one, or from the wood.
Gyles Greek A kid, or young goat.
Gyula Hungarian name of a honor

 

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Baby Boy Names - H

Baby Boy Names H

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with H

 

Ha-Neul Korean sky
Habib Arabic The beloved one.
Hackett German little woodsman
Hadar unknown glorious
Hadden English child of the heather-filled valley
Haddon Old English From the heathery hill.
Hadi Arabic A guide or leader.
Hadley Old English From the heathery field.
Hadrian Latin The dark one or a man from the sea, as in the Adriatic. The name of six Popes.
Hadwin Old English A friend in battle.
Hafiz Arabic The guardian.
Hagan Teutonic strong defense
Hagen Irish Gaelic Little Hugh. Heart and mind.
Hagley Old English From the hay wood clearing.
Hahn German rooster
Haig Old English/Teutonic From the enclosure or paddock.
Haile hero  
Haines Old English From the fenced area.
Hakan Norse, Turkish noble, fiery
Hakim Arabic Wise and judicious.
Hakon Old Norse Of noble birth.
Hal   Estate ruler.
Halbert Old English A brilliant hero.
Halden Old English Half Danish.
Haldor Old Norse Rock of Thor (the Norse God of thunder).
Hale Old English The dweller in the nook.
Haley Irish Gaelic Ingenious. A boy or girl's name.
Halford Old English From the ford in the nook.
Halian Zuni Indian of Julius
Halifax Old English From the Holy field. A city in northern England and a seaport in Canada.
Halil Turkish  
Hall Old English From the manor house or hall.
Hallam Old Norse The dweller at the rocks.
Halse Old English From the neck of land.
Halsey Old English from Hal's island
Halstead Old English The stronghold.
Halsten Old Norse A rock.
Halton Old English  
Halvard Old Norse The defender of the rock.

Ham through Haz

Hamal Arabic As gentle as a lamb.
Hamar Old Norse Ingenious.
Hamid Arabic The thankful one.
Hamilton Old English From the crooked hill.
Hamish Scottish Scottish form of James. The supplanter.
Hamlet Old English From the enclosed land. Also the name of a famous Shakespearian character and play.
Hamlin Teutonic From the small home.
Hamon Greek The faithful one.
Hampton Old English From the river meadow.
Hanan Hebrew Arabic: The affectionate one. Hebrew: The gracious gift of God. A boy or girl's name.
Handel German Little Hans. God is gracious. Also the name of a famous composer.
Hanford Old English From the rocky ford.
Hani Arabic The contented one.
Hank   The ruler of the home or estate. Also see Harrison, Henderson and parry.
Hanke   The ruler of the home or estate. From the name Henry.
Hanley Old English From the high clearing.
Hannes Hebrew God is gracious.
Hannibal Phoenician The famous general of Carthage (Northern Africa) who crossed the Alps and invaded Italy.
Hannu Finnish Finnish form of John.
Hans German God is gracious.
Hansel German God is gracious. From the name Hans.
Hansi German God is gracious.
Hanson Old English/Teutonic Son of Hans. God is gracious.
Haral Old Norse Army power, or ruler of the army.
Harald Scandinavian Army power, or ruler of the army.
Harcourt Old English The dweller at the falconer's cottage.
Harden Old English From the valley of the hare.
Hardik Hindu  
Harding Old English A brave warrior.
Hardwin Old English A brave friend.
Hardy Teutonic Bold, daring.
Hare Maori Maori form of Charles. Manly, full grown.
Haresh Hindu  
Harford Old English The ford of the stag.
Hargreave Old English From the hare grove.
Hari Sanskrit He who removes evil.
Harish Hindu  
Harith North African cultivator
Harlan Old English From the rocky land.
Harleigh Old English From the hare or stag meadow.
Harley Old English From the hare or stag meadow. A boy or girl's name.
Harlow Old English From the fortified hill.
Harman Teutonic A man of the army.
Harold Old Norse Army power, or ruler of the army.
Haroun Arabic Arabic forms of Aaron.
Harper Old English A harp player or maker. A boy or girl's name.
Harrison Old English Son of Harry. Army power, or ruler of the army.
Harry   Army power, or ruler of the army.
Harsh Hindu joy
Hart unknown deer, stag
Hartley English from the deer pasture
Hartman Teutonic The strong man.
Hartwell Old English From the well.
Hartwin Teutonic A brave fiend.
Hartwood Old English From the forest of stags.
Haru Japanese born in the spring
Harun Arabic Arabic forms of Aaron.
Harvey Breton Army warrior.
Harwin Old English A brave friend.
Harwood Old English From the wood of the hares.
Hasad Turkish Harvest.
Hasim Arabic The decisive one.
Haslett Old English From the Hazel tree wood.
Hassan Arabic Handsome and good.
Hastin Hindu elephant
Hastings German swift one
Havelock Old Norse Sea sport.
Haven Old English A place of refuge.
Havika Hawaiian Beloved.
Hawley Old English From the hedged meadow.
Hayden Old English From the heathery hill.
Hayes Old English From the hedged area.
Hayward Teutonic The brave one, or the chief guardian.
Haywood Old English From the fenced wood.
Hazlett Old English From the Hazel tree wood.
Hazlitt Old English From the Hazel tree wood.

Boy Names Beginning with He

Hearst Old English A dweller in the wood.
Heath Old English The heath-land dweller.
Heathcliff English From the cliff-land heath. The hero of Emily Browns Wuthering Heights.
Heathcote Old English From the cottage on a heath.
Hecate   From Shakespeare's play MacBeth.
Hector Greek To hold fast. The name of a Trojan hero in classical mythology.
Heddwyn Welsh Blessed peace.
Hedley Old English A clearing in the heather.
Heilyn Welsh A steward.
Heinrich German German form of Henry. The ruler of the home or estate.
Heinz   Ruler of the home. From the name Heinrik.
Helaku Native American sunny day
Helenus   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Helicanus   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Heller Old German the sun
Helmut Teutonic A courageous protector.
Helmuth German helmet, protector, courage
Hemal Hindu  
Hemang Hindu  
Hemant Hindu  
Hemendra Hindu  
Hemi Maori Maori form of James. The supplanter.
Henderson Old English from Teutonic The son of Henry. The ruler of the home or estate.
Hendra Cornish From the old farm.
Hendy Old English The courteous one.
Henleigh Old English From the high clearing.
Henley Old English From the high clearing.
Henning Teutonic ruler of an estate
Henri French The ruler of the home or estate.
Henrik   Ruler of the home.
Henry Teutonic The ruler of the home or estate.
Herb   Bright, excellent army or ruler.
Herbert Teutonic Bright, excellent army or ruler.
Hercules Greek The exceptionally strong mythological hero.
Herman Teutonic Person of high rank.
Hermes Greek The messenger of the gods.
Hermon Teutonic A man of the army.
Hernando Spanish Prepared for the journey. An adventurer or traveller.
Herold Old Norse Army power, or ruler of the army.
Herrick Old Norse The army ruler.
Hershel Jewish A deer.
Herst Old English A dweller in the wood.
Hertford Old English The ford of the stag.
Herve French Battle-worthy.
Hervey Breton Battle-worthy.
Herwin Teutonic A battle companion.
Hesketh Old Norse From the horseracing track.
Hew Teutonic Heart and mind. Also see Hagen, Hubert and Hudson.
Hewett Teutonic Little Hugh. Heart and mind.
Hewie Scottish Heart and mind. Also see Hagen, Hubert and Hudson.
Hewston Old English From the place of Hugh.
Heyward Teutonic The brave one, or the chief guardian.

Hi through Hy

Hiatt Old English A high gate.
Hieronymus German German form of Jerome. A sacred or holy name.
Hilary Latin The cheerful one. A boy or girl's name.
Hildebrand Teutonic A battle sword.
Hillel Hebrew The praised one. A biblical name.
Hilton Old English From the farm on the hill.
Hippolyte Greek He who frees the horses.
Hiram Hebrew Exalted. A name from the Bible.
Hiroshi Japanese Generous.
Hirsh Jewish A deer.
Hiten Hindu  
Hitendra Hindu  
Hitesh Hindu  
Ho Chinese/Korean Goodness.
Hobart Teutonic A brilliant mind.
Hogan Irish Gaelic A youth.
Holbrook Old English From the brook in the valley.
Holden Old English From the deep valley.
Holger Old Norse Spear-like.
Holgernes   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour Lost.
Hollis Old English From the grove of Holly trees.
Holman Old English A dweller in the hollow.
Holmes Old English From the island in the river.
Holofernes   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour's Lost.
Holt Old English A dweller in the wood.
Homer   The name of the epic Greek poet, possibly meaning a pledge.
Hont Hungarian dogbreeder, friend of dogs
Hopkin Welsh The son of Robert. Famous, bright fame.
Horace Latin Hour in time.
Horatio Latin Hour in time.
Hori Polynesian Polynesian form of George. A tiller of the soil (farmer).
Horst German From the wood or wooded hill.
Hortensio Latin The garden lover.
Hortensius Latin The garden lover.
Horton Old English From the grey or muddy place.
Hosea Hebrew Salvation.
Houghton Old English From the farm on the hill.
Houston Old English From the place of Hugh. Also the name of a city in Texas.
Howard Teutonic Guardian of the home.
Howe Old Norse A hillock or burial mound.
Howell Cornish/Welsh The eminent one. Also see Powel.
Howie   Guardian of the home.
Hridayesh Hindu  
Hrishikesh Hindu  
Hsin Chinese After an ancient dynasty.
Huatare Maori The name of a famous chief.
Huba Hungarian  
Hubert Teutonic A brilliant mind.
Hudson Old English The son of Hugh. Heart and mind.
Huey   Heart and mind. Also see Hagen, Hubert and Hudson.
Hugh Teutonic Heart and mind. Also see Hagen, Hubert and Hudson.
Hugo Dutch/German Heart and mind. Also see Hagen, Hubert and Hudson.
Humbert Teutonic A famous warrior.
Hume Old English From the river island.
Humphrey Teutonic The protector of the peace.
Hunor Hungarian a name of an etnhic group
Hunter Old English The huntsman.
Huntley Old English From the hunter's meadow.
Huon   The name of a Tasmanian river and a type of tree. A boy or girl's name.
Hurst Old English A dweller in the wood.
Hussain Arabic The handsome little one.
Hussein Arabic The handsome little one.
Hutton Old English From the farm on the hill.
Huw Welsh Heart and mind. Also see Hagen, Hubert and Hudson.
Huxley Old English The inhospitable place.
Hyam Hebrew Life.
Hyatt Old English A high gate.
Hyde English A hide (an old measurement) of land.
Hylton Old English From the farm on the hill.
Hymen   From Shakespeare's play As You Like It.
Hyram Hebrew Exalted. A name from the Bible.
Hywel Cornish/Welsh The eminent one. Also see Powel.

 

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Baby Boy Names - I

Baby Boy Names I

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with I

 

Iachima   From Shakespeare's play Merry Wives of Windsor.
Iagan Scottish The little fiery one.
Iago Spanish Spanish form of James. The supplanter. Also from Shakespeare's play Othello.
Iain Gaelic God's gracious gift
Ian Hebrew God is gracious. The Scottish form of John.
Ibeamaka African the agnates are splendid
Ibrahim Hebrew The father of many.
Icarus Greek A legendary figure.
Ichabod Hebrew The glory has departed.
Iden Old English Prosperous.
Idris Arabic/Welsh Arabic: A good man. Welsh: A fiery, impulsive lord.
Idwal Welsh The lord of the wall or rampart.
Iestin Welsh Welsh form of Justin. Just or true.
Iestyn Welsh Welsh form of Justin. Just or true.
Ieuan Welsh Welsh form of John. God is gracious. Also see Evan and Owen.
Ifor Welsh A traditional name of uncertain meaning.
Ignacio Latin one who is lively
Ignatius Latin Ardent, fiery.
Igor Scandinavian Hero. Also a Russian variation of the name George.
Ihorangi Polynesian Rain.
Ike Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one.
Ikey Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one.
Ilar Welsh Cheerful.
Ilario Italian Cheerful.
Ilhan Turkish  
Ilias Latin Jehovah is my God
Ilie Romanian Romanian form of Elias. The Lord is God.
Ilya Russian Russian form of Elijah. The Lord is God.
Imam Arabic One who believes in God. A boy or girl's name.
Immanuel German God is with us.
Imre Hungarian An industrious ruler.
Ince Latin innocent
Indra Sanskrit The God of the atmosphere and sky.
Ingemar Old Norse A famous son.
Inger Old Norse A son's army or a Hero's daughter. A boy or girl's name.
Inglebert Teutonic A bright Angel.
Ingmar Scandinavian famous son
Ingo    
Ingolf    
Ingram Teutonic The raven.
Inigo Latin Ardent, fiery.
Innes Celtic/Gaelic An island in the river, or from the island. Also see Ennis.
Innocent Latin Harmless, innocent. The name of several saints and popes.

Io through Iz

Ioannes Greek Greek form of John.
Iolo Welsh A handsome lord.
Iolyn Welsh A handsome lord.
Ion Romanian Romanian form of John. God is gracious.
Iorweth Welsh A handsome lord.
Ira Hebrew Watchful, vigilant. A biblical name.
Iravan Hindu son of Arjuna/Uloopi
Irawaru Polynesian A figure from legend.
Irvin Anglo-Saxon lover of the sea
Irving Scottish Handsome and fair.
Irwin Old English From the words `boar' and 'friend'.
Isa Sanskrit/Teutonic Sanskrit: A lord. Teutonic: Strong-willed. A boy or girl's name.
Isaac Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one. The son of Abraham in the Bible.
Isaiah Hebrew God is salvation, or God is my helper. One of the prophets in the Bible. Lived in the 8th century BC.
Isha Hindu one who protects
Ishmael Hebrew The Lord will hear. The first son of Abraham in the Bible.
Ishver Hindu  
Isidore Greek The gift of Isis (an Egyptian goddess).
Isidro Spanish Chidro
Israel Hebrew The Lord's soldier.
Istvan Hungarian Hungarian form of Stephen. A crown or garland.
Itzaak Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one.
Itzak Hebrew laughter
Itziamar    
Itzik Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one.
Ivan   Eastern European form of John.
Ivar Old Norse A battle archer.
Ives Old English The little archer.
Ivo German The little archer.
Ivor Old Norse A battle archer.
Izaak Dutch Laughter, the laughing one.

 

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Baby Boy Names - J

Baby Boy Names J

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with J

 

Jabari Swahili The brave one.
Jabez Hebrew Sorrowful.
Jabir Arabic The comforter.
Jace Greek The healer.
Jacek Polish A lily. A male form of hyacinth.
Jack Hebrew From the name John, but also used as an independent name. God is gracious.
Jackson Old English Son of Jack. God is gracious.
Jacob Hebrew Held by the heel.
Jacques French French form of Jacob and James.
Jacy Native American the moon
Jaedon    
Jael Hebrew To ascend or a wild goat. A boy or girl's name.
Jafar Hindu little stream
Jagdish Sanskrit The ruler of the world.
Jagger Middle English A carter or hawker.
Jago Cornish Cornish form of James.
Jaiden English A modern name derived from Jai or Jay.
Jaidev Hindu  
Jaidon English A modern name derived from Jai or Jay.
Jaime French French for I love you. A boy or girl's name.
Jake   Held by the heel. From the name Jacob, but also used as an independent name.
Jakob Dutch/German/Scandinavian The supplanter. One who takes the place of another. A biblical name. Also see James.
Jakub Czech/Polish The supplanter. One who takes the place of another. A biblical name. Also see James.
Jal English wanderer
Jaleel Arabic great, fine
Jalen Arabic  
Jalil Arabic Majestic.
Jamal Arabic The handsome one. A boy or girl's name.
James Hebrew The supplanter. A form of Jacob.
Jamie   The supplanter.
Jamieson Old English The son of James. The supplanter.
Jamison English son of James
Jan   God is gracious. A boy or girl's name.
Janak Hindu  
Janardan Hindu  
Janus Latin The Roman God of doors and gates (beginnings and endings). The month of January is derived from this name.
Japhet Hebrew Youthful. A son of Noah in the Bible.
Jaques French French form of Jacob and James.
Jared Hebrew The descendant.
Jarek Polish born in January
Jarel Jarrel, Jarrell, Jari, Jary  
Jarlath Irish Gaelic A leader or prince.
Jarman Celtic A man from Germany.
Jaron Hebrew To sing.
Jaroslav Slavonic The glory of spring. A popular Czech name.
Jarrad Hebrew The descendant.
Jarrah Aboriginal A type of Eucalyptus tree. A boy or girl's name.
Jarratt Teutonic A spearman.
Jarred Hebrew The descendant.
Jarrod Hebrew The descendant.
Jarvis Teutonic A spear servant.
Jaryn Gaelic Jar
Jason Greek The healer. The mythological hero who retrieved the golden fleece.
Jasper Persian The treasurer. The name of a gemstone. Also see Caspar and Gaspar.
Jatin Hindu  
Java   An Indonesian island.
Javan Latin angel of Greece
Javed Persian Eternal. A popular Muslim name.
Javier Portuguese/Spanish Of the new house.
Jay Sanskrit/Old English Sanskrit: Victory. Old English: A bird. Also used as a nickname for Jacob, James and many names.
Jayant Hindu victorious, a Rudra
Jayden English God has heard.
Jaysukh Hindu  
Jayvyn African light spirit

Je through Ji

Jean French God is gracious. A boy or girl's name.
Jed Hebrew Beloved of God. From the name Jedediah, but also used independently.
Jedd Hebrew Beloved of God. From the name Jedediah, but also used independently.
Jedediah Hebrew Beloved of God. A biblical name.
Jedidiah Hebrew beloved of the Lord
Jedrek Polish strong, manly
Jeevan Hindu life
Jeff Teutonic Divinely peaceful. Derived from Godfrey.
Jefferson Old English The son of Jeffrey. Divinely peaceful. See Geoffrey.
Jeffrey Teutonic Divinely peaceful. Derived from Godfrey.
Jehosophat Hebrew The Lord judges.
Jelani African mighty
Jenkins    
Jens Danish/Norwegian God is gracious.
Jensen Nordic God is gracious
Jerald English from Old French A spear warrior. Also see Garrett and Gerard.
Jerara Aboriginal Falling water.
Jered Hebrew The descendant.
Jeremiah Hebrew Appointed by God.
Jeremias Dutch/German/Spanish Appointed by God from the biblical name Jeremiah.
Jeremy Hebrew God will uplift.
Jeri Jeris  
Jericho   Moon city.
Jermain   From Germany. A boy or girl's name.
Jermyn Cornish A saint's name.
Jerod   Descendant.
Jerold English from Old French A spear warrior. Also see Garrett and Gerard.
Jerolin Latin holy name
Jerome Greek A sacred or holy name.
Jerrard English from Old French A spear warrior, or brave spearman. Also see Garrett and Gerald.
Jerrie English from Old French A spear warrior. From the name Gerald, Gerard, Jeremy and Jerome. Also used independently.
Jerry English from Old French A spear warrior. From the name Gerald, Gerard, Jeremy and Jerome. Also used independently.
Jervaise Teutonic A spear servant.
Jervis Teutonic A spear servant.
Jerzy Polish Polish form of George. A tiller of the soil (farmer).
Jesse Hebrew God's gift. A boy or girl's name.
Jesus Hebrew The saviour or God is salvation. A variation of Joshua, and a popular Spanish and Portuguese name.
Jet Latin Black, the name of a material used for making jewellery. A boy or girl's name.
Jethro Hebrew Outstanding, excellent.
Jetmir Albanian  
Jibril Arabic archangel Gabriel
Jiger Hindu  
Jilesh Hindu  
Jim   The supplanter. A form of Jacob. From the name James.
Jimmie   The supplanter. A form of Jacob. From the name James.
Jimmy   The supplanter. A form of Jacob. From the name James.
Jimuta Hindu one of 108 names of the Sun God
Jin Chinese/Korean Chinese: Golden. Korean: A jewel. A boy or girl's name.
Jinesh Hindu  
Jiri Czech Czech form of George.
Jiro Japanese second male
Jirra Aboriginal A kangaroo. A boy or girl's name.
Jiten Hindu  
Jitender Sanskrit The powerful conqueror.
Jitendra Hindu  
Jivana Hindu one of 108 names of the Sun God
Jivin Hindu to give life

Boy Names Starting with Jo

Jo Hebrew God shall add. Nickname of Joseph.
Joab Hebrew Praise the Lord.
Joachim Hebrew Established by God. The name of a king of Judah in the Bible.
Joakim Hebrew the Lord will judge
Job Hebrew The persecuted one. A name that is associated with patience.
Jocelin Latin The merry one. More commonly a girl's name.
Jock Scottish Short form of Jacob or John. God is gracious.
Jody Hebrew God shall add. Nickname of Joseph.
Joe Hebrew God shall add. Nickname of Joseph.
Joel Hebrew God is willing.
Joey Hebrew God shall add. Nickname of Joseph.
Joh Hebrew God is gracious.
Johann German God is gracious.
Johannes German God is gracious.
John Hebrew God is gracious. The name of many saints. Also see Ian, Jack, Jonathan and Owen.
Johnny   God is gracious. The name of many saints. Also see Ian, Jack, Jonathan and Owen.
Johnson English Son of John. God is gracious.
Jolyon English English form of Julius. Also suitable for a child born in July.
Jon Swedish God is gracious. The name of many saints. Also see Ian, Jack, Jonathan and Owen.
Jonah Hebrew A dove. A man of peace.
Jonathan Hebrew God has given, or a gift of the Lord. The friend o David in the Bible. Also see John.
Jonny   God is gracious. The name of many saints. Also see Ian, Jack, Jonathan and Owen.
Joo-Chan Korean praise the Lord
Joost Dutch Fair and just.
Joram Hebrew The Lord is exalted.
Jordan Hebrew Flowing down, as in the River Jordan. A boy or girl's name.
Jorge Portuguese/Spanish A farmer. St George is the patron saint of England.
Jorgen Danish/Swedish A farmer. St George is the patron saint of England.
Jorma Finnish Appointed by God from the biblical name Jeremiah.
Jory Cornish Cornish form of George. Also from the name Joram.
Jose Spanish Spanish form of Joseph. God shall add.
Josef Czech/Dutch/German/Scandinavian God will increase.
Joseph Hebrew God shall add. The father of Jesus and husband of Mary in the Bible.
Joshua Hebrew God is salvation. The biblical figure who led the Israelites to the promised land. Also see Hosea and Jesus.
Josiah Hebrew God heals. A biblical name.
Joss Latin The merry one. From the name Jocelin. Also used as an independent name.
Jourdain French Flowing down, as in the River Jordan.
Jourdan Hebrew Flowing down, as in the River Jordan.
Jove    
Jowan Cornish God is gracious.
Jozef Polish God shall add.
Jozsef Hungarian God shall add.

Ju through Jy

Juan Spanish Spanish form of John. God is gracious.
Judah Hebrew The praised one. A son of Jacob in the Bible.
Judd Hebrew Praised.
Jude Hebrew praise
Julian English Youthful.
Julius Latin A Roman family name, possibly meaning youthful. Born in July.
Juma African born on a Friday
Jung Korean righteous
Junior   The young, child.
Junius Latin Born in June.
Jurgen German German form of George. A tiller of the soil (farmer).
Justin Latin Just or true.
Justus Latin justice
Jyotis Sanskrit Light.

 

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Baby Boy Names - K

Baby Boy Names K

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Baby Boy Names Beginning with K

 

Kabir Hindu  
Kabos Hebrew swindler
Kada Hungarian  
Kadin Arabic friend, companion
Kadir Arabic Powerful.
Kadosa Hungarian  
Kahn Hindu  
Kahoku Hawaiian star
Kai Hawaiian, Navajo Indian sea, willow tree
Kaikara Ugandan traditional name of God
Kailash Hindu  
Kain Irish Gaelic Warlike.
Kalani Hawaiian Of the Heavens.
Kalb Arabic dog
Kalden Tibetan/Sherpa Of the golden age.
Kale Hawaiian strong and manly
Kaleb Hebrew The devoted one.
Kaleo pure  
Kalid Arabic Eternal.
Kalidas Hindu the poet, musician
Kalil Arabic good/best friend
Kalkin Hindu tenth incarnation of God Vishnu
Kalman Hungarian strong and manly
Kalpanath Hindu  
Kalti Aboriginal A spear.
Kama Sanskrit/Thai Sanskrit: The golden one. Thai: Love. A boy or girl's name.
Kamadev Hindu god of love
Kamal Arabic Perfect.
Kami Aboriginal A prickly lizard.
Kamil Arabic/Czech Arabic: Perfecr. Czech: From a Roman family name. A boy or girl's name.
Kamlesh Hindu  
Kanak Hindu gold
Kanan Hindu  
Kanaye Japanese zealous one
Kane Irish Gaelic Warlike. A boy or girl's name.
Kaniel Arabic/Hebrew Arabic: Spear-like. Hebrew: A reed.
Kano Japanese The God of the waters.
Kapil Hindu name of a rishi
Kaplony Hungarian tiger
Kapolcs Hungarian  
Karan Sanskrit A warrior.
Kardal Arabic mustard seed
Kardos Hungarian swordsman
Karel Czech/Dutch A free person. A boy or girl's name.
Kari Aboriginal Smoke.
Karim Arabic Noble and generous.
Karl German/Scandinavian A free man.
Karma Tibetan/Sherpa A star. A boy or girl's name.
Karol Polish A free person. A boy or girl's name.
Karsa Hungarian falcon
Karsten German A follower of Christ. A Christian.
Kartal Hungarian eagle
Kartik Hindu  
Kartikeya Hindu Subramanyam, Skanda, son of Shiva and Parvati
Kasch German like a blackbird
Kasen Latin protected with a helmet
Kasey Irish Gaelic The vigilant one.
Kasim Arabic One who shares or distributes.
Kasimir German The great destroyer.
Kaspar German The treasurer. The name of one of the three wise men in the new testament. Also see Gaspar and Jasper.
Kasper Polish The treasurer. The name of one of the three wise men in the new testament. Also see Gaspar and Jasper.
Kateb Arabic writer
Kathel Irish Gaelic A battle ruler.
Kauri Polynesian A New Zealand tree.
Kaushal Hindu  
Kaushik Hindu  
Kavan Irish Gaelic The handsome one.
Kavi Hindu poet
Kay Welsh Rejoiced in. A boy or girl's name.
Kayin Yoruban celebrated child
Kayne Irish Gaelic Warlike.
Kazimir Czech The great destroyer.

Boy Names Starting with Ke

Kean Irish Gaelic Ancient. Also see Keane.
Keane Old English Handsome and bold.
Kearney Celtic warrior
Keary Celtic father's dark child
Keaton    
Kedar Arabic Powerful.
Keefe Irish Gaelic Handsome, noble.
Keegan Irish Gaelic Fiery, determined.
Keeland Gaelic little and slender
Keeley Irish Gaelic Beautiful. A boy or girl's name.
Keenan Irish Gaelic Little, ancient.
Keeran Irish Gaelic Dark, black.
Kees Dutch Horn-coloured. From the name Cornelius.
Kegan Celtic fiery
Keir Scottish/Celtic Scottish: Probably from the surname Kerr. Celtic: Dark.
Keiran Irish Gaelic Little and dark.
Keith Celtic The wind.
Kelan Irish Gaelic Slender.
Kelby Old German From the farm by the spring or ridge.
Keled Hungarian  
Keleman Hungarian gentle, kind
Kell Old Norse From the well or spring.
Kellen German swamp
Keller Irish Gaelic Little companion.
Kelly Irish Gaelic A warrior. A boy or girl's name.
Kelsey Old Norse A dweller on the island or by the water. A boy or girl's name.
Kelso Scottish A Scottish town.
Kelt Greek A Celtic person.
Kelvin Scottish/English Friend of ships.
Kemal Arabic Perfect.
Kembell Celtic Warrior chief.
Kemble Celtic Warrior chief.
Kemenes Hungarian furnace maker
Kemp Old English A warrior, or champion.
Ken Scottish Gaelic Handsome and fair, or born of fire. From the name Kenneth and other names beginning with `Ken'.
Kenan Cornish The name of a legendary Cornish king.
Kendall English Valley of the river Kent.
Kende Hungarian name of a honor
Kendra Celtic loving male
Kendrick Celtic/Old English Celtic: A hill. Old English: Royal power.
Kenelm Old English A brave friend or protector.
Kenley Old English From the royal meadow.
Kenn Welsh/Celtic Clear as bright water.
Kennard Old English Bold and hardy.
Kennedy Irish Gaelic Royal.
Kenneth Scottish Gaelic Handsome and fair, or born of fire.
Kenny Scottish Gaelic Handsome and fair, or born of fire.
Kenrich Welsh, Old English chief hero; royal ruler
Kenrick Old English A bold ruler.
Kent Celtic Bright, white. Also from the English county, and from the name Kenneth.
Kenton Old English From the royal manor or estate.
Kenver Cornish A great chief.
Kenward Old English A bold guardian, a brave soldier.
Kenwyn Cornish/Welsh The name of a saint. A boy or girl's name.
Kenya   The name of an African country. A boy or girl's name.
Kenyon Irish Gaelic White or fair-haired.
Keon African  
Keona Hawaiian God?s gracious gift
Keoni Polynesian The righteous one.
Ker English house
Kerby Teutonic/Old Norse From the church village.
Kerecsen Hungarian falcon
Kereteki Polynesian A mythological figure.
Kermit Gaelic/Irish Gaelic A free man.
Kern Irish Gaelic The little dark one.
Kernick Cornish From the little corner.
Kernow Cornish From Cornwall.
Kerr Norse marshland
Kerrin Irish Gaelic Dark, black.
Kerry Irish Gaelic The dark one. Also the name of an Irish county. A boy or girl's name.
Kers Todas Indian name of a plant
Kersen Indonesian A cherry.
Kerwin Irish Gaelic The little black-haired one.
Keshav Hindu Krishna's name
Kester Scottish Scottish form of Christopher. Bearing Christ.
Ketan Hindu  
Keve Hungarian pebble
Keverne Irish Gaelic The name of a saint and a placename. A boy or girl's name.
Kevin Irish Gaelic Handsome, beautiful.
Keyon Old English guiding, leading

Kh through Kn

Khairi Swahili kingly
Khalid Arabic Eternal.
Khalif Arabic Successor.
Khalil Arabic A friend.
Khorshed Persian sun
Khortdad Persian perfection
Khoury Arabic priest
Kiefer German barrel-maker
Kieran Irish Dark, black.
Killara Aboriginal Permanent, always there. Also the name of a Sydney suburb.
Killian Irish Gaelic The little warlike one.
Kim Vietnamese The golden one or from the meadow.. A boy or girl's name.
Kimball Celtic Warrior chief.
Kimberley Old English From the meadow. A boy or girl's name.
Kin Japanese golden
King English A ruler, a sovereign.
Kinga    
Kingsley Old English From the king's wood or meadow.
Kingston Old English From the king's town.
Kinnard Irish Gaelic From the high hill.
Kinnel Gaelic dweller at the head of the cliff
Kinsey Old English A victorious king or prince.
Kintan Hindu wearing a crown
Kipling Middle English one who cures salmon or herring
Kipp English The dweller on the pointed hill.
Kiran Sanskrit A ray of light.
Kirby Teutonic/Old Norse From the church village. A boy or girl's name.
Kirill Russian Lordly.
Kirit Hindu crown, tiara
Kirk Old Norse A dweller by the church.
Kirkley Old English From the church meadow.
Kirkwood Old English From the church wood.
Kiron Greek A wise teacher.
Kirwin Irish Gaelic The little black-haired one.
Kisho Japanese one who knows his own mind
Kishore Hindu  
Kit Greek Bearing Christ or pure. A boy or girl's name.
Kito Swahili A jewel.
Kitto Cornish Bearing Christ. From the name Christopher.
Kiva Hebrew Protected.
Kiyoshi Japanese The quiet one.
Klaas Dutch The victory of the people.
Klaes Frisian The victory of the people.
Klaud Latin The lame one.
Klaus Greek Leader in victory.
Klea    
Klemens German Merciful, mild.
Kliment Russian Merciful, mild.
Knox Irish Gaelic From the Hillod.
Knut Old Norse A knot. The name of several Danish kings.

Ko through Ky

Kolet Aboriginal A dove.
Kolos Hungarian scholar
Kolya Aboriginal Winter. Also a Russian nickname from Nikolai (see Nicholas).
Konan Irish Gaelic Wise and intelligent.
Konol Aboriginal The sky.
Konrad German/Polish German and Polish form of Conrad. Bold, wise counsellor.
Konstantin German/Russian/Scandinavian Steadfast.
Kont Hungarian  
Kontar Ghanese only child
Koora Aboriginal The day.
Koorong Aboriginal A canoe.
Korey Celtic/Gaelic Dweller in the hollow. A boy or girl's name.
Kornel Czech/Polish A horn.
Korvin Latin crow
Kosmo Greek Perfect order, harmony.
Kostya Russian Steadfast.
Kovan    
Kozma Greek decoration
Kripa Hindu has a twin sister Kripi
Kris Greek A follower of Christ, a Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Krischnan Greek christian
Krishna Sanskrit Dark, black.
Krispen Latin The curly-haired one.
Krispin Latin The curly-haired one.
Kristen Danish A follower of Christ, a Christian. A boy or girl's name.
Kristian Swedish A follower of Christ. A Christian.
Kristoffer Scandinavian Bearing Christ. The patron saint of travellers. Also see Christian.
Krunal Hindu  
Kulan Aboriginal A possum.
Kuldeep Hindu  
Kulvir Hindu  
Kumar Sanskrit A boy or son.
Kunal Hindu  
Kund Hungarian a name of a honor
Kupe Polynesian The name of a heroic explorer.
Kurt German A bold counsellor.
Kuruk Native American A bear.
Kusagra Hindu a king
Kush Hindu son of Rama
Kushan Hindu  
Kwan Korean Strong.
Kyle Scottish Gaelic From the narrow strait. Also the name of a Scottish region.
Kyler Dutch archer
Kynan Irish Gaelic Wise and intelligent.
Kyne Old English Royal.
Kyran Irish Dark, black.

 

Baby Boy Names List

Baby Boy Names - L

Baby Boy Names L

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with L

 

Laban Hebrew White.
Label Hebrew lion
Laborc Hungarian brave panther
Lachlan Scottish Gaelic From the land of the lochs.
Lacy Old French Lace.
Ladd English A page or attendant.
Ladislav Slavonic A glorious ruler, or glorious power. Also see Vladislav.
Ladomar Hungarian trapper
Lae Laos dark
Laertes Greek A legendary figure.
Lafayette French Faith.
Lafeu   From Shakespeare's play All's Well that Ends Well.
Lai Sanskrit The beloved one.
Laibrook Old English The path by the brook.
Laidley Old English From the water meadow.
Laird Scottish Gaelic Head of household.
Lakota Native American friend
Lakshman Sanskrit Auspicious.
Lakshya Hindu target
Lalit Hindu  
Lam Vietnamese full understanding; knowledge
Laman happy, content  
Lamar Teutonic Famous around the land.
Lambert Teutonic From the bright or famous land.
Lamberto Latin wealthy in land, brilliant
Lamech Hebrew Strong or powerful.
Lamont Old Norse/French Old Norse: A lawyer. French: The mount.
Lance Old French A lance bearer. Also see Lancelot.
Lancelot Old French/Old English A spear or lance attendant. The most famous of king Arthur's knights.
Lander Middle English, Greek property owner; lion man
Landers Old French A launderer.
Landon Old English From the long hill.
Lane Old English From the narrow road. A boy or girl's name.
Lang Teutonic A tall man.
Langford Old English From the long ford.
Langley Old English From the long meadow.
Langston Old English The farm of the tall man.
Langworth Old English From the long enclosure.
Lani Polynesian The sky. A boy or girl's name.
Lann Celtic A sword.
Lanny Old English From the rocky land.
Lantos Hungarian lute player
Lanyon Cornish A cold pool or lake.
Laoghaire Irish calf herder, a shepard
Laris Latin Cheerful.
Larrie Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels. Nickname of Laurence.
Larry Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels. Nickname of Laurence.
Lars Scandinavian Scandinavian form of Laurence. From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Larson Scandinavian The son of Lars. From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels. Also see Laurence.
Lartius   From Shakespeare's play Coriolanus.
Lascelles Old French The hermitage or cell.
Lasse Finnish Finnish form of Laurence.
Laszlo Hungarian Hungarian form of Ladislav. A glorious ruler, or glorious power.
Latham Old Norse A division.
Latif Arabic Kind and gentle.
Latimer Old French An interpreter or teacher.
Lauchlan Scottish Gaelic From the land of the lochs.
Laughlin Scottish Gaelic From the land of the lochs.
Launce Old French A lance bearer. Also see Lancelot.
Launcelot Old French/Old English A spear or lance attendant.
Laurence Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Laurie Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lavache   From Shakespeare's play All's Well that Ends Well.
Lawford Old English From the ford by the hill.
Lawler Irish Gaelic The mumbler, the soft-spoken one.
Lawley Old English From the meadow on the hill.
Lawrance Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lawrence Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lawson Old English The son of Lawrence or Laurence. From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lawton Old English From the town on the hill.
Laxman Sanskrit Auspicious.
Layland Greek Protector of men. From the name Alexander, but also an independent name.
Layton Old English The dweller at the farm by the meadow.
Lazarus Hebrew God is my help. The man who Jesus raised from the dead in the Bible.

Boy Names Beginning with Le

Leal Old English Loyal and true.
Leander Greek The lion man. The name of a hero in Greek legend. Also see Leo, Leonard and Lionel.
Lear Teutonic Joyful, or from the sea.
LeBeau   From Shakespeare's play As You Like It.
Lech Polish The name of the legendary founder of Poland.
Lee Old English A meadow or clearing. A boy or girl's name.
Lehel Hungarian breathes
Leif Old Norse Beloved, or a descendant, an heir.
Leigh Old English A meadow or clearing. A boy or girl's name.
Leighton Old English The dweller at the farm by the meadow.
Leith Scottish Gaelic A broad river. A Scottish placename.
Lel Hungarian bugler
Leland Old English From the meadowland.
Lemuel Hebrew Devoted to God.
Len Scottish Gaelic From a Scottish district and a surname. From the name Lennox, Leonard, etc. Len is sometimes used as an independent name.
Lennie Scottish Gaelic From a Scottish district and a surname. From the name Lennox, Leonard, etc. Lennie is sometimes used as an independent name.
Lennon Irish Gaelic A little cape or cloak.
Lennox Scottish Gaelic From a Scottish district and a surname.
Lenny Scottish Gaelic From a Scottish district and a surname. From the name Lennox, Leonard, etc. Lenny is sometimes used as an independent name.
Lensar English with his parents
Leo Latin A lion, lion-hearted. Also see Leander, Leonard, Leopold and Lionel.
Leon Latin A lion, lion-hearted. Also see Leander, Leonard, Leopold and Lionel.
Leonard Germanic As brave as a lion. Also see Leander, Lionel and Leo.
Leonardo Italian/Portuguese/Spanish As brave as a lion. Also see Leander, Lionel and Leo.
Leonato   From Shakespeare's play Much Ado About Nothing.
Leonidas Greek one who is bold as a lion
Leonine   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Leontes   A character in William Shakespeare's Winter's Tale.
Leopold Teutonic Brave for the people, patriotic. The name of kings of Belgium and bohemia.
Leron Arabic the song is mine
Leroy French The king. Also see Elroy.
Leshem Hebrew precious stone
Lesley Scottish Gaelic From an ancient surname. A boy or girl's name.
Leslie Scottish Gaelic Meadowlands.
Lesta Russian Lestie
Lester Old English From the place name Leicester, meaning a Roman site or fort.
Lev Russian A lion, lion-hearted. Also see Leander, Leonard, Leopold and Lionel.
Levent Turkish  
Levente Hungarian being
Leverett Old French A young hare.
Leverton Old English From the farm of the rushes.
Levi Hebrew United.
Levin Latin A lion, lion-hearted. Also see Leander, Leonard, Leopold and Lionel.
Lewie Teutonic A famous warrior. From the name Aloysius, Lewis and Louis.
Lewis   An English variation of Louis. Also an anglicised form of the Welsh name Llewellyn.
Lex Greek Protector of men. From the name Alexander, but also an independent name.
Leyman Old English A man from the meadow or valley.

Li through Lo

Li Chinese Strength.
Liall Old French From the island.
Liam Irish Gaelic Determined guardian.
Lief Old Norse Beloved, or a descendant, an heir.
Lincoln Old English The settlement at the lake or pool.
Lind Old English From the hill of the Lime trees.
Lindan Old English From the hill of the Lime trees.
Lindberg Teutonic The hill of the Lime trees.
Lindell Old English From the valley of Lime trees.
Linden Old English From the hill of the Lime trees.
Lindley Old English From the Lime tree meadow. A boy or girl's name.
Lindsay Scottish From an old Scottish clan surname.
Linford Old English From the Lime tree ford.
Linley Old English From the field of Flax. A boy or girl's name.
Linton Old English From the Flax farm or enclosure.
Linus Greek Flaxen-haired.
Linwood Old English stream forest
Lionel Old French A young lion. Also see Leander, Leo and Leonard.
Lipet Hungarian brave
Lisle French From the island.
Litton Old English From the place on the river.
Livingston Old English A dear friend's place.
Ljluka Sanskrit An owl.
Llewellyn Welsh Lion-like, a leader or ruler.
Llfryn   An unusual Welsh name.
Lloyd Welsh Grey-haired.
Lobsang Tibetan/Sherpa The kind-. Hearted one.
Loch Scottish Gaelic A lake.
Locke Old English From the stronghold.
Lockwood Old English From the enclosed wood.
Lodovico   From Shakespeare's play Othello.
Logan Scottish Gaelic Small cove.
Lokesh Hindu  
Loman Irish Gaelic Enlightened. The name of several early Irish saints.
Lombard Latin Long-bearded.
Lome English/Scottish From a placename in Scotland. Also see Laurence.
Lon   From the name the names Alphonso and Laurence.
London English fierce ruler of the world
Longaville   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour Lost.
Lonnie   Handsome one.
Lorand Hungarian brave warrior
Lorant Hungarian A form of Roland.
Loren Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels. A boy or girl's name.
Lorenz German From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lorenzo Italian From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lorimer Old French A harness and spur-maker.
Lorin Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lorinc Hungarian Laurentian
Loring Teutonic A man from Lorraine, a former French province (now part of Alsace-Lorraine).
Lorne Celtic of Lorne
Lothair Teutonic/Old French Tuetonic: A famous warrior. Old French: A lute player.
Lothar German A famous warrior.
Lothario Italian A famous warrior.
Loughlin Scottish Gaelic From the land of the lochs.
Louis Teutonic A famous warrior. A name borne by sixteen French kings. Also see Lewis.
Lovel Old French A little wolf.
Lovell Old French A little wolf.
Lowan Aboriginal A mallee fowl. A boy or girl's name.
Lowell Old French A little wolf.
Loxley Old English The place of a lock of hair.
Loyal Old French True, faithful.

Lu through Ly

Luc French A man from Lucania.
Lucas Greek A man from Lucania.
Lucentio   From Shakespeare's play Taming of the Shrew.
Lucian Latin Person of Light. A boy or girl's name.
Lucilius Latin Light. Also see Luke.
Lucio Italian/Spanish Light. Also see Luke.
Lucius   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, Timon of Athens and Titus Andronicus.
Lucretius Latin Gain. An early Roman poet.
Lucullus   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Ludlow Old English From the prince's hill.
Ludovic Scottish An English variation of Louis.
Ludvig Scandinavian A famous warrior.
Ludwig German A famous warrior.
Ludwik Polish A famous warrior.
Luigi Italian A famous warrior.
Luis Portuguese/Spanish A famous warrior.
Luke Greek A man from Lucania. One of Christ's apostles, and the author of the third book of the New Testament. Also see Lucian.
Lundy French Born on Monday. Also the name of an island off the coast of England.
Lunt Old Norse From the sacred wood.
Luther Teutonic/Old French Tuetonic: A famous warrior. Old French: A lute player.
Luzio Italian Light. Also see Luke.
Lykaios Greek wolfish, of a wolf, wolf-like
Lyle Old French From the island.
Lyman Old English A man from the meadow or valley.
Lymoges   From Shakespeare's play King John.
Lyn Welsh Good looking. A boy or girl's name.
Lyndell Old English From the valley of Lime trees.
Lyndon Old English From the hill of the Lime trees.
Lynn Old English/Welsh Old English: A waterfall. Welsh: Good looking. A boy or girl's name.
Lyonel Old French A young lion. Also see Leander, Leo and Leonard.
Lyre Old English a fork from river or glen
Lysander Greek The liberator. A boy or girl's name.
Lysimachus   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Lytton Old English From the place on the river.

 

Baby Boy Names List

Baby Boy Names - M

Baby Boy Names M

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with M

 

Maaka Maori Maori form of Mark. From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war.
Maarten Dutch Don't deceive.
Mablevi African do not deceive
Mabon Welsh A son.
Mac Scottish The son of. Diminutive of names beginning with `Mac'.
Macarius Latin Blessed.
Macbeth   From Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
Macdonald Scottish Gaelic The son of Donald. The ruler of the world.
Macduff   From Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
Mace Latin aromatic spice
Macey Old English Little Matthew. A man.
Mackay Gaelic Son of the fiery one.
Mackenzie Scottish Gaelic The son of the handsome one.
Macmorris   From Shakespeare's play Henry V.
Macon Middle English to make
Macy Old French, Old English from Matthew?s land; club
Madan Hindu  
Maddock Old Welsh champion, good fortune
Maddox   Son of the patron.
Madhav Hindu Krishna
Madhusudhana Hindu Krishna
Madison Old English Child of Maud or Matthew. A boy or girl's name.
Madoc Old Welsh Fortunate.
Madron Latin A nobleman. A Jewish name. Also a Cornish placename.
Magee Scottish Gaelic The son of the handsome one.
Magne Norse fierce warrior
Magnus Latin The great one.
Magus Greek A magician or priest.
Mahabala Hindu strength
Mahavira Hindu son of Priyavrata
Mahendra Sanskrit The great God Indra (the God of the sky).
Mahesh Sanskrit A great ruler.
Mahir Hebrew Industrious.
Mahmood Arabic Praiseworthy. Also see Muhammad.
Mahomet Arabic The praised one. Also see Mahmood.
Mahon Irish A bear.
Maitland Old French From the meadowland.
Maitreya Hindu disciple of sage Parasara
Majid Arabic The illustrious one.
Major Latin greater
Maka Aboriginal A small fire.
Makani Hawaiian The wind. A boy or girl's name.
Makepeace Old English peace maker
Makis Greek Greek form of Michael.
Mako   The name of a shark.
Maksim Russian The greatest.
Makya Native American The eagle hunter.

Mal through May

Mal   A follower of St Columba, `the dove'. From the name Malcolm, Malden and other names.
Malachi Hebrew The messenger of the Lord. A prophet in the Bible.
Malcolm Scottish Gaelic A follower of St Columba, `the dove'.
Malcom Scottish disciple of Saint Columbia
Malden Old English From the hill with a monument.
Malik Arabic The master or king.
Malin Old English A little warrior.
Malise Scottish Gaelic The servant of God. A boy or girl's name.
Mallee Aboriginal Scrubland.
Mallory Old French Unlucky. A boy or girl's name.
Malone Irish Gaelic A devotee of St John.
Malvern Old Welsh The bare hill.
Malvolio   From Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night.
Mamillius   From Shakespeare's play Winter's Tale
Mamoru Japanese earth
Manavendra Hindu  
Manchu Chinese Pure.
Manco Peruvian king
Mandek Polish army man
Mandel Teutonic/Jewish Tuetonic: An almond. Jewish: A little man.
Mander English from me
Mandhatri Hindu prince
Mandu Aboriginal The sun.
Manfield Old English From the communal field.
Manfred Teutonic A man of peace.
Mani Aboriginal/Sanskrit Aboriginal: Equal. Sanskrit: A jewel. A boy or girl's name.
Manik Hindu  
Manish Hindu  
Manley Middle English Brave and manly.
Mannie Hebrew God is with us.
Manning Old English Son of Man.
Mannix Irish Gaelic A little monk.
Manny Hebrew God is with us.
Manoj Hindu  
Mansa African A king.
Mansoor Arabic Victorious.
Mansukh Hindu  
Mansur Arabic divinely aided
Manu Polynesian The man of the birds.
Manuel Spanish God is with us.
Manus Irish The great one.
Marama Polynesian The moon man.
Marc French Warlike.
Marcade   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour Lost.
Marcel Latin From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marcell   From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marcello Italian From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marcellus French From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marcin Polish warlike
Marco Italian/Spanish From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marcos Portuguese From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marcus Latin From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marden Old English from the valley with the pool
Mardian   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Margarelon   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Marian French/Polish Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea. A boy or girl's name.
Marijan Slowenian Marian
Marino Latin Of the sea. Masculine form of Marina.
Mario Latin Virile. The warlike one. From a Roman family name. Also see Mark and Martin.
Marion Old French from Latin Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea. A boy or girl's name.
Marius Latin Virile. The warlike one. From a Roman family name. Also see Mark and martin.
Mark Latin From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Markandeya Hindu a sage
Marland Old English From the lake land.
Marley Old English From the pleasant meadow.
Marlon Old French Wild falcon. A boy or girl's name.
Marlow Old English From the lake or pond.
Marmaduke Irish The servant of Madoc.
Marmion French The tiny one.
Maron Greek A character from Greek mythology.
Marot Hungarian Moravian
Marron Aboriginal A leaf.
Marsden Old English From the valley boundary.
Marsh Old English From the marshy land.
Marshall Teutonic A horsekeeper, or a steward.
Marston Old English The place by the marsh.
Martin Latin Of Mars, the Roman God of war. Also see Marius and Mark.
Martius   From Shakespeare's play Titus Andronicus.
Marty   Of Mars, the Roman God of war. Also see Marius and Mark.
Marvin Old English Friend of the sea.
Marvyn Old English A famous friend.
Masa Japanese Good and straightforward. A boy or girl's name.
Masakazu Japanese first son of Masa
Maslin Old French little twin
Mason Old French A stone mason.
Massimo Italian The greatest.
Masud Arabic The fortunate one.
Matai Hebrew gift of God
Matanga Hindu sage, advisor to Devi Lalita
Matareka Polynesian The one with a smiling face.
Matari Aboriginal A man.
Mather Old English strong army
Matt   A gift of God. Also see Macey and Madison.
Matthew Hebrew A gift of God. One of the twelve apostles and the author of the first book of the New Testament. Also see Macey and Madison.
Maui Polynesian A legendary hero. The name of a Hawaiian island.
Maurice Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Mawgan Cornish The name of a saint.
Max   From the stream of Magnus.
Maxey Old English From the island of Magnus.
Maximilian Latin The greatest.
Maxwell Scottish Gaelic From the stream of Magnus.
Mayer Hebrew One who gives light.
Maynard Teutonic Powerful, brave.
Mayon Hindu the black God

Boy Names Beginning with Me

Mead Old English From the meadow.
Meara Gaelic merry
Mearann Aboriginal To call.
Mecaenus   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Medord Hungarian great, strong
Medwin Old English A friend from the meadow.
Megyer Hungarian Hungarian
Mehetabel Hebrew favoured by God, God is doing good
Mehul Hindu A derivative of Mukul
Meir Hebrew One who gives light.
Meirion Welsh A traditional name of uncertain meaning.
Meka Hawaiian eyes
Mel Old French From the bad or poor settlement. From the name Melville, Melvin, etc. Also used as an independent name.
Melancton Greek black flower
Melbourne Old English From the millstream.
Melburn Old English From the millstream.
Melchior Persian The king of the city.
Melford Old English From the ford by the hill.
Melik Turkish  
Melor Celtic A Cornish placename.
Melrose Old English From the bare moor.
Melun   From Shakespeare's play King John.
Melville Old French From the bad or poor settlement.
Melvin Old French Mill worker.
Melvyn Old French From the bad or poor settlement.
Menachem Hebrew The comforter.
Menadue Cornish From the dark hill.
Menas   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Mendel Hebrew The comforter.
Menecrates   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Menelaus   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Menenius   From Shakespeare's play Coriolanus.
Menteith   From Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
Menyhart Hungarian royal light
Mercade   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour's Lost.
Mercer Old French A merchant.
Mercutio   From Shakespeare's play Romeo & Juliet.
Meredith Old Welsh A lord. A boy or girl's name.
Merle Old French A blackbird. A boy or girl's name.
Merlin Old Welsh From the fort by the sea, or the falcon. Also a boy's name (Merlin). A boy or girl's name.
Merrick Welsh Welsh form of Maurice. Dark-skinned, like a Moor.
Merrill Old English Of the bright sea. Also joyful, happy. A boy or girl's name.
Merryn Cornish The name of a saint and a village. A boy or girl's name.
Mert Turkish  
Merten German Of Mars, the Roman God of war. Also see Marius and Mark.
Merton Old English The place by the lake.
Merv   Friend of the sea.
Mervin   Friend of the sea.
Mervyn Old English A famous friend.
Messala   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar.
Mete Turkish  
Meyer Hebrew One who gives light.

Boy Names Beginning with Mi

Mica Latin The name of a mineral.
Micah Hebrew A Hebrew form of Michael, mentioned in the Bible.
Michael Hebrew Like the Lord. One of the archangels in the Bible.
Michelangelo Italian from Hebrew Michael the angel. The first name of the famous artist Michelangelo Buonarroti.
Mick Hebrew Like the Lord.
Mickey Hebrew Like the Lord.
Midas Greek A legendary figure that transformed all that he touched into gold.
Miguel Portuguese/Spanish Like the Lord.
Mihaly Hebrew who is like God?
Mihir Hindu  
Mikael Swedish Like the Lord.
Mike Hebrew Like the Lord.
Mikhail Russian Like the Lord.
Miki Aboriginal/Japanese Aboriginal: The moon. Japanese: A stem. A boy or girl's name.
Mikkel Danish Like the Lord.
Mikkeli Hebrew Like the Lord.
Mikko Finnish Like the Lord.
Miklos Czech Czech form of Nicholas.
Miko Finish  
Miksa Hungarian similar to God
Milan Czech The favoured or beloved one. Also see Milos.
Milbourn Old English From the millstream.
Milburn Old English From the millstream.
Miles Latin/Teutonic Latin: A soldier. Tuetonic: Merciful.
Milford Old English From the ford by the mill. A Welsh and New Zealand placename.
Milind Hindu  
Millard Old English The mill-keeper.
Miller Old English A graingrinder or miller.
Milo Latin/Teutonic Latin: A soldier. Tuetonic: Merciful.
Milos Czech Favoured. Also see Milan.
Milton Old English From the mill town.
Minar Aboriginal A mariner.
Minas Scottish Gaelic The great one.
Miner Latin youth
Minesh Hindu  
Ming Chinese After a dynasty.
Mingma Tibetan/Sherpa Born on a Tuesday.
Minos Greek The son of Zeus in Greek mythology.
Miro Aboriginal A throwing stick.
Miroslav Slavonic Great glory.
Mischa Hebrew Like the Lord.
Mitali Hindu friend
Mitch   Like the Lord.
Mitcham Old English The large homestead.
Mitchel Hebrew Like the Lord.
Mitchell Old English Like the Lord.
Mitesh Hindu  

Ml through Mo

Mladen Slavic forever in youth
Moffatt Scottish Gaelic From the long plain.
Mog high Lord  
Mogens Danish The great one.
Mogo Aboriginal A stone axe.
Mohammed Arabic The praised one. Also see Mahmood.
Mohan Sanskrit The bewitching one.
Mohin Hindu  
Mohinder Sanskrit The great God Indra (the God of the sky).
Mohit Hindu  
Molloy Irish Gaelic A venerable chieftain.
Monro Irish Gaelic From the mouth of the River Roe, in Ireland.
Monroe Irish Gaelic From the mouth of the River Roe, in Ireland.
Montague Old French Sharp cliff.
Montana   The name of an American State.
Montano   From Shakespeare's play Othello.
Monte   Sharp cliff.
Montego   Mountainous.
Montgomery Old French From the hill of the powerful man.
Monti Aboriginal A stork.
Montmorency Old French From the hill of Maurentius.
Monty   Sharp cliff.
Mopsa   From Shakespeare's play Winter's Tale
Mor Hungarian moorish
Moray Scottish Gaelic From the land by the sea. Derived from the region of Moray.
Morcum Cornish From the valley near the sea.
Mordecai Babylonian Or Hebrew A biblical name.
Mordred Teutonic Brave counsel. An Arthurian knight.
Morgan Welsh The bright sea. A boy or girl's name.
Moriarty Irish sea warrior
Morice Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Moritz German Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Morland Old English From the moors.
Morley Old English From the clearing on the moor.
Morrell Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Morrie Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Morris Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Morrison Old English The son of Maurice. Dark-skinned, like a Moor.
Morry Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Morse Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Mort Middle English Stumpy. Also from the name Mortimer and Morton.
Morten Danish Of Mars, the Roman God of war. Also see Marius and Mark.
Mortimer Old French Lives near the sea.
Morton Old English From the town near the moor.
Morty   Lives near the sea.
Morven Gaelic A Scottish region. A boy or girl's name.
Moses Egyptian Drawn out of the water.
Moshe Jewish Drawn out of the water.
Mosi Swahili The firstborn.
Moss Egyptian Probably meaning born of the biblical patriarch who led the Israelites out of Egypt (Moses).
Mostyn Welsh From the field of the fortress.
Motega Native American new arrow
Moth   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream and Love's Labour Lost.
Mountjoy   From Shakespeare's play Henry V.
Mowan Aboriginal The sun.

Mu through My

Mubarak Arabic Blessed. Fortunate.
Muhammad Arabic The praised one. Also see Mahmood.
Muir Scottish The moor.
Mukasa Ugandan God?s chief administrator
Mukhtar Arabic The chosen one.
Mukta Hindu means a pearl in Telugu
Mukul Hindu  
Mukunda Hindu  
Mulga Aboriginal An Acacia tree.
Mull Middle English grinder
Mullion Aboriginal An eagle. Also a Cornish placename.
Mumtaz Arabic  
Mungo Scottish Gaelic A dear friend.
Munro Irish Gaelic From the mouth of the River Roe, in Ireland.
Murdoch Scottish Gaelic A mariner.
Murdock Scottish victorious at sea
Murphy Irish Gaelic A warrior of the sea. A boy or girl's name.
Murray Scottish Gaelic From the land by the sea. Derived from the region of Moray.
Musa   An Arabic form of Moses.
Mustafa Arabic The chosen one.
Mustardseed   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Mutius   From Shakespeare's play Titus Andronicus.
Muzaffer Turkish  
Myall Aboriginal Wild and an Acacia tree. Also a form of Michael.
Myer Hebrew One who gives light.
Myles Latin/Teutonic Latin: A soldier. Tuetonic: Merciful.
Mylo Latin/Teutonic Latin: A soldier. Tuetonic: Merciful.
Mylor Celtic A Cornish placename.
Myron Greek Fragrant. From myrrh, an aromatic shrub. A boy or girl's name.

 

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Baby Boy Names - N

Baby Boy Names N

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Baby Boy Names Beginning with N

 

Naaman Hebrew Pleasant.
Nabendu Hindu  
Nabil Arabic Noble.
Nabulung African do not receive
Nachiketa Hindu Nachik
Nachmanke Hebrew compassionate one, one who comforts
Nadav Hebrew nobel, a generous one
Nadir Arabic Precious, rare.
Naeem North African benevolent
Nahum Hebrew The comforter.
Naimish Hindu  
Nairn Scottish Gaelic The dweller by the Alder tree. A placename.
Nakul Hindu  
Nalong Aboriginal The source of the river.
Nalren Dene Indian th is thawed out
Nambur Aboriginal A tea-tree.
Namdev Hindu poet, saint
Namid Native American A dancer.
Namir Hebrew Like a leopard.
Nanda Sanskrit Joy.
Nandin Hindu the delightful, follower of Shiva
Nandor Hungarian  
Nantan Apache Indian spokesman
Napoleon Greek Fierce one from Naples.
Narayan Sanskrit The son of man.
Narayana Hindu Vishnu
Narciso Latin a lily, daffodil
Narcissus Greek The flower. Also the name of the youth in Greek mythology who fell in love with his own reflection.
Nardu Aboriginal A plant with edible seeds.
Narendra Sanskrit The mighty man.
Naresh Hindu  
Narrah Aboriginal The sea.
Narsi Hindu poet, saint
Nartana Hindu makes others dance
Nash Old English cliff
Nasir Arabic The helper, the supporter.
Nassir Arabic protector
Nat   The gift of God. A biblical prophet.
Natal Spanish Christmas.
Natale Old French Christmas.
Natan Aboriginal A Figtree.
Nathan Hebrew The gift of God. A biblical prophet.
Nathaniel   Gift of God.
Naum Russian The comforter.
Naveen Hindu Navin
Nawang Tibetan/Sherpa The possessive one.
Nayan Hindu  

Ne through Ni

Neal Irish Gaelic The champion. Also see Nelson.
Neale Irish Gaelic The champion. Also see Nelson.
Ned Old English A rich guardian.
Neddie Old English A rich guardian.
Neddy Old English A rich guardian.
Nedim Turkish  
Neel Hindu blue
Neeraj Hindu  
Nehemiah Hebrew The consolation of the Lord.
Neil Irish Gaelic Champion.
Neill Irish Gaelic The champion. Also see Nelson.
Nek Italian Neko
Nelek Polish like a horn
Nelson English The son of Neal or Neil. The champion.
Nemo Latin no name, nobody
Neo Greek new
Nerang Aboriginal Little.
Nerhim Turkish  
Nero Latin Dark, or black-haired.
Neron Spanish strong, stern
Nesim Turkish  
Nesip Turkish  
Nestor Greek Wisdom.
Nevada Spanish Snow, or as white as snow. Also the name of an American state. A boy or girl's name.
Nevan Irish holy, little saint
Neville Old French From the new town or settlement.
Nevin Irish Gaelic The servant of the saints.
Newbold Old English From the new building.
Newell Old English From the new hall.
Newlyn Celtic The dweller at the new pool. A boy or girl's name.
Newman   New comer.
Newton Old English From the new town or estate.
Niall Irish Gaelic The champion. Also see Nelson.
Nic Latin Belonging to the Lord. St Dominic founded an important order of monks.
Nicholas Greek The victory of the people.
Nick Latin Belonging to the Lord.
Nickie Latin Belonging to the Lord. St Dominic founded an important order of monks.
Nickson Old English The son of Nicholas. The victory of the people.
Nicky Latin Belonging to the Lord. St Dominic founded an important order of monks.
Nico Italian The victory of the people.
Nicodemus Greek victory of the people
Nicol Scottish The victory of the people.
Nicolas Spanish The victory of the people.
Nieander Greek A man of victory.
Niel   The gift of God. From the name Nathen.
Niels Latin A horn.
Nieodemus Greek The conqueror for the people.
Nigel Latin Dark, black-haired.
Nihar Hindu mist, fog, dew
Nike Greek victory
Nikhil Hindu  
Nikita Russian/Greek Unconquered people. A boy or girl's name.
Niklaus Scandinavian The victory of the people.
Nikunj Hindu  
Nilay Hindu  
Nils Norwegian/Swedish The victory of the people.
Nilson English The son of Neal or Neil. The champion. Also from the famous British admiral, Lord Nelson.
Nima Tibetan/Sherpa Sun. A boy or girl's name.
Nimai Hindu name of Lord Krishna
Nimbus Latin rain cloud, halo
Nimesh Hindu  
Nimrod Hebrew Valiant, or great hunter.
Ninian Gaelic The name of a 5th century saint.
Nino Italian God is gracious. From the name Gianni and Giovanni.
Nioka Aboriginal Green hills.
Niraj Hindu lotus flower
Niramitra Hindu son of pandava Sahadeva
Niran Thai Eternal.
Niranjan Hindu  
Nirav Hindu  
Nirel Hebrew God?s field
Nishad Hindu the musical note Ni
Nishan Armenian A sign.
Nisi Hebrew emblem
Nitesh Hindu  
Niven Irish Gaelic The servant of the saints.
Nivens Irish Gaelic The servant of the saints.
Nixon Old English The son of Nicholas. The victory of the people.

No through Ny

Noadiah Hebrew God assembles
Noah Hebrew Rest, peace.
Noam Hebrew Pleasant.
Noble Latin Famous, noble.
Nodin Native American wind
Noe Spanish peace, rest
Noel Old French Christmas.
Noi Laos small
Nolan Irish Gaelic Famous, a champion.
Norbert Teutonic Light or brilliance from the North.
Norbu Tibetan/Sherpa A precious gem.
Norm   Norseman or ruler.
Norman Teutonic Norseman or ruler.
Normand   Norseman or ruler.
Norris   Norseman or ruler.
North Old English from the north
Northclif Old English From the north cliff.
Northrop Old English From the Northern farm.
Norton Old English From the Northern farm or town.
Norville Old English From the Northern farm or town.
Norvin Old English A friend from the north.
Norwell Old English From the north spring or well.
Norwood Old English From the Northern forest. Also a guard at the North gate.
Nowell Old French Christmas.
Nowra Aboriginal A black cockatoo. A town in NSW.
Nuncio Italian A messenger.
Nur Hebrew Fire.
Nurhan Turkish  
Nuri Arabic fire
Nye Welsh Truly golden.
Nyek Hungarian borderlands
Nyle Old English island
Nym   From Shakespeare's play Henry V and Merry Wives of Windsor.

 

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Baby Boy Names O

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Baby Boy Names Beginning with O

 

Oakes Middle English The dweller by the Oak trees.
Oakley Middle English One who lives at the Oak tree meadow.
Obadiah Hebrew The servant of God.
Obelix Greek pillar of strength
Oberon   A character in William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Obert Teutonic Wealthy and bright.
Obiajulu African the heart is consoled
Ochen Ugandan one of the twins
Octavius Latin The eighth born.
Oddvar Norse the spear?s point
Odell Old Norse Wealthy.
Odern Aboriginal By the sea.
Odil French rich
Odin Old Norse The Scandinavian God of war.
Odion Nigerian first of twins
Odolf Teutonic A noble wolf.
Odon Hungarian wealthy protector
Odysseus Greek full of wrath
Ogden Old English From the valley of Oak trees.
Ogilvie Celtic From the high hill.
Ogilvy Old Scottish from the high peak
Oglesby Old English Awe-inspiring.
Oguz Hungarian arrow
Okan Turkish  
Okely Middle English One who lives at the Oak tree meadow.
Okko Finnish From the name Oscar.
Olaf Old Norse/Scandinavian Ancestor.
Olcay Turkish  
Oldrich Czech one with riches and power
Oleg Russian The name of an early prince of Kiev.
Oleos Spanish holy oil used in church
Olier Breton  
Olin Old English holly
Oliver Latin An Olive tree or branch. A symbol of peace.
Olivier   From Shakespeare's play As You Like It.
Ollie   An Olive tree or branch. A symbol of peace.

Om through Oz

Omar Arabic First born son.
Omarjeet Hindu  
Ompoly Hungarian Ampleumian
Ond Hungarian tenth child
Onslow Old English The hill of the zealous one.
Onur Turkish  
Ora Latin/Polynesian Latin: Light, golden. Polynesian: Life. A boy or girl's name.
Orad Aboriginal Earth.
Oram Old English From the enclosure by the riverbank.
Oran Irish Gaelic Pale-skinned.
Orazio Italian From a Roman family name.
Orban Hungarian A city dweller.
Ordway Old English The spear fighter.
Orelious Orelius  
Oren Hebrew A tree. Also see Oran.
Orestes Greek A man of the mountain. A hero of Greek mythology.
Orfeo Italian A name from ancient mythology.
Orford Old English A dweller at the ford.
Orion Greek The son of light. The name of a constellation.
Orlan Old English From the pointed land. A boy or girl's name.
Orlando Italian Italian form of Roland. Famed throughout the land. The name of Shakespeare's hero in As You Like It.
Orman Old English spearman
Ormond Old English A spearman.
Ormos Hungarian like a cliff
Oroiti Polynesian The slow-footed one.
Orpheus Greek A name from ancient mythology.
Orran Irish Gaelic Pale-skinned.
Orren Irish Gaelic Pale-skinned.
Orrin Irish Gaelic Pale-skinned.
Orsen Old French from Latin A little bear.
Orsino   A little bear.
Orson Old French from Latin A little bear.
Orton Old English From the farm by the river.
Orville Old French Golden city.
Orvin Old English A spear friend.
Osaze Hebrew favoured by God
Osbert Old English Divinely bright or famous.
Osborn Old English A divine warrior.
Osborne Hebrew soldier of God
Oscar Old English A divine spearman.
Osgood Old Norse A pagan god.
Osip Russian God shall add.
Oskar German A divine spearman.
Oskari Finnish A divine spearman.
Osman Arabic An Ottoman Turk, or a servant of God.
Osmar Old English Divinely glorious.
Osmond Old English A divine protector.
Osric Old English A divine ruler.
Ossian Latin fawn
Oswald Old English Divinely powerful.
Oswin Old English A friend of God, or a divine friend.
Oszlar Hungarian  
Otello Italian Italian forms of Otto. Rich, prosperous.
Othello Italian Prosperous.
Otis Greek Keen of hearing.
Ottavio Italian The eighth born.
Otto Teutonic Rich, prosperous.
Otway Teutonic Fortunate in battle.
Ove Scandinavian A well-known Scandinavian name.
Ovid Latin lamb
Owen Welsh Well-born. Also a Welsh form of John (see Evan).
Oxford Old English From the ford of the oxen. An English university city.
Oxton Old English From the ox enclosure.
Oz Hebrew strength
Ozan Turkish  
Ozaner Turkish  
Ozias Old English From the ox enclosure.
Ozor Hungarian name of an ethnic group
Ozsvot Hungarian deity, might

 

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Baby Boy Names P

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Baby Boy Names Beginning with P

 

Paavo Finnish Finnish form of Paul.
Pablo Spanish Small. Spanish form of Paul.
Pacifico Spanish from Latin Peaceful.
Packard Old English one who packs
Paco Native American Gold eagle. Also a Spanish nickname of Francis.
Paddy Latin Noble, wellborn. From the name Patrick.
Padget French A young attendant or page.
Padgett French A young attendant or page.
Padmakar Hindu  
Padraig Irish Gaelic Noble, wellborn.
Padruig Scottish Gaelic Noble, wellborn.
Page French A young attendant or page. A boy or girl's name.
Pahniro Latin Born on Palm Sunday.
Paige Old English/French A young child. French: A young attendant or page. A boy or girl's name.
Paine Old French A countryman.
Paki Egyptian a witness
Palani Hawaiian A free man.
Pallav Hindu  
Palmer Old English A palm-bearing pilgrim.
Palti Hebrew my escape
Pan   The Greek God of nature.
Pancho Spanish Tuft, plume.
Pancras Greek All-powerful. The name of an early saint.
Pancrazio Italian supreme ruler, all powerful
Pandarus   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Pandita Hindu scholar
Pandya Hindu  
Pankaj Hindu lotus flower
Panos Greek a rock
Panthino   From Shakespeare's play Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Panyin Ghanese older of twins
Paolo Italian Italian form of Paul. Small.
Parag Hindu  
Paramartha Hindu great entity
Paras Hindu touchstone
Paris Greek A character in Greek mythology.
Park Old English From the park.
Parker Old English The park-keeper.
Parkin Old English Little Peter. A stone or rock.
Parlan Gaelic ploughman, farmer
Parolles   From Shakespeare's play All's Well that Ends Well.
Parr Old English A dweller by the cattle pen.
Parri Aboriginal A stream.
Parrish Old English From the church parish.
Parry Welsh The son of Harry. Army power, or ruler of the army.
Parsefal Old French To pierce the valley.
Parsifal Old French To pierce the valley.
Parth Hindu A name given to Arjun by Lord Krishna
Partha Hindu A name given to Arjun by Lord Krishna
Pasang Tibetan/Sherpa Born on a Friday. A boy or girl's name.
Pascal Latin Born at Easter.
Pat Latin Nobleman. The name of the patron saint of Ireland.
Patamon Native American raging
Patern Breton Padern, Padarn
Patony Hungarian  
Patrick Latin Nobleman. The name of the patron saint of Ireland.
Patroclus   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Patton Old English A warrior.
Paul Latin Small. Also see Pollock.
Paulo African Place of rest.
Pavel Polish/Russian/Swedish Small. Also see Pollock.
Pax Latin Peace.
Paxton Old English From the estate of the warrior.
Payton Old English A dweller on the warrior's farm.
Pazman Hungarian right, man

Pe through Ph

Peace Latin peace
Pearce Greek A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Peder Greek stone
Pedr Welsh A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pedrek Cornish/Welsh The name of a famous Celtic saint (Petroc).
Pedro Spanish A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pedrog Cornish/Welsh The name of a famous Celtic saint (Petroc).
Pelin Turkish  
Pell Old English A scarf.
Pellegrin Hungarian pilgrim
Pelton Old English From the farm by a pool.
Pemba Tibetan/Sherpa Born on a Saturday.
Pembroke Celtic A broken hill.
Penley Old English From the enclosed meadow.
Penn Old English An enclosure or pen.
Penrice Cornish From the end of the ford.
Penrith Welsh The chief ford.
Penrod Teutonic A famous commander.
Penrose Cornish/Welsh The end or top of the moor.
Pentele Hungarian merciful, lion
Penwyn Welsh The fair-haired one.
Pepe Spanish God shall add.
Pepin Teutonic The petitioner, one who seeks a favour.
Pepper English from the pepper plant
Per Scandinavian Scandinavian form of Peter. A stone or rock.
Percival Old French To pierce the valley.
Percy Norman A Norman surname from a placename. Also from the name Percival.
Peregrine Latin A stranger or pilgrim. Also a type of falcon.
Pericles   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Peril Latin a trial or test
Perri English wanderer
Perry Old English/French The dweller by the pear tree. Also from the name Peregrine. A boy or girl's name.
Perth Celtic A thornbush thicket. Also cities in Scotland and Western Australia.
Pete   A rock.
Peter Greek A stone or rock. One of Christ?s apostles. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Petroc Cornish/Welsh The name of a famous Celtic saint.
Petruchio   From Shakespeare's play Taming of the Shrew.
Peverall French A piper.
Phelan Irish Gaelic As brave as a wolf.
Phelps Old English The son of Philip. A lover of horses.
Philario   A lover of horses. Also see Phelps and Phillips.
Philbert Teutonic Very bright.
Philemon Greek Loving.
Philip Greek A lover of horses. One of the new testament apostles. Also see Phelps and Phillips.
Phillip   A lover of horses. One of the new testament apostles. Also see Phelps and Phillips.
Phillips Old English The son of Philip. A lover of horses.
Philo Greek Loving.
Philostrate   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Philotus   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Phineas Egyptian/Hebrew Egyptian: The Nubian (dark-skinned). Hebrew: An oracle.
Phoenix Greek The legendary bird that rose again from its own ashes. A boy or girl's name.
Phuoc Vietnamese good luck
Phuong Vietnamese destiny

Pi through Pl

Picerious Pi  
Pickford Old English From the ford at the peak.
Pierce Greek A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Piero Italian A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pierpont French A stone bridge.
Pierre French A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pierrot French A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Piers Greek A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pierson English The son of Peter. A stone or rock.
Piet Dutch A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pietro Italian A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pilan Native American supreme essence
Pinch   From Shakespeare's play Comedy of Errors.
Pindan Aboriginal A desert.
Pindari Aboriginal From the high ground.
Pindarus   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar.
Pino Italian A lover of horses. From the name names such as Filippo. See Philip.
Pip   From the name Philip.
Piran Cornish A saint's name.
Pisanio   From Shakespeare's play Cymbeline.
Pistol   From Shakespeare's play Henry V and Merry Wives of Windsor.
Pita Maori Maori form of Peter. A stone or rock.
Pitney Old English Preserving one's island.
Pitt Old English From the hollow.
Pius Latin Pious, devout. The name of several Popes.
Piusz Hungarian Pious, Pius
Piyush Hindu  
Placido Latin Calm, quiet.
Plato Greek Strong shoulders.
Platon Greek broad-shouldered
Platt Old French From the flat land or plateau.
Pluto Greek The mythological God of the underworld.

Po through Pu

Pol Irish Gaelic Small. Also see Pollock.
Polixenes   From Shakespeare's play Winter's Tale.
Pollock Old English Little Paul. Small.
Polonius   From Shakespeare's play Hamlet.
Pomeroy French From the apple orchard.
Pompey   From Shakespeare's play Measure for Measure.
Pongor Hungarian all might
Pontius Latin The fifth.
Porter French The gatekeeper.
Powell Welsh The son of Howell. The eminent one.
Powys Welsh A man from Powys, a Welsh county.
Prabhakar Hindu cause of lustre
Prabodh Hindu  
Pradeep Hindu light
Praful Hindu  
Prakash Sanskrit Light, or famous.
Pramana Indonesian Wisdom.
Pramath Hindu  
Pramsu Hindu A scholar
Pranav Hindu OM
Pranay Hindu love, romance
Prasad Sanskrit Brightness.
Prasanth Hindu  
Prasata Hindu father of Draupad
Prashant Hindu  
Prasoon Hindu  
Prassana Hindu cheerful
Pratap Hindu  
Pratik Hindu symbol
Pratyush Hindu  
Praveen Hindu proficient
Prayag Hindu  
Preetish Hindu  
Prem Sanskrit Love.
Prentice Old English Beginner, learning.
Prescott Old English Priest's cottage.
Presley Old English From the priest's meadow.
Preston Old English From the priest's farm or town.
Prewitt Old French valiant one
Priam Greek A mythological king of Troy.
Price Welsh The son of the loving man.
Primel Breton Primael, Privel
Primo Latin The firstborn son.
Prince Latin The first in rank.
Prior Latin The head of a monastery or priory.
Prithu Hindu first Ksatriya, son of Vena
Privrata Hindu son of Satarupa
Probert Welsh The son of Robert. Famous, bright fame.
Proctor Latin The administrator or manager.
Proculeius   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Prometheus Greek Forethought.
Prosper Latin Fortunate. Prosperous.
Prospero   From Shakespeare's play The Tempest.
Proteus Greek Changeable.
Pryce Welsh The son of the loving man.
Pryderi Welsh To care for.
Pryor Latin The head of a monastery or priory.
Ptolemy Greek Ptolem?us
Publius   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar and Titus Andronicus.
Puck   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Pulkit Hindu  
Pundarik Hindu white in colour
Puranjay Hindu  
Purujit Hindu conqueror of many
Purvis Old French The purveyor, provider.
Pusan Hindu a sage
Puskara Hindu  
Putnam Old English from the sire's estate

 

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Baby Boy Names Q

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Baby Boy Names Beginning with Q

 

Qadir Arabic Powerful.
Qasim Arabic One who shares or distributes.
Quasim Arabic one who divides goods among his people
Quemby Old Norse From the woman's estate.
Quennel French The one who lives at the little Oak tree.
Quentin Latin The fifth, as in the fifth-born child. A boy or girl's name.
Quigley Irish Gaelic A spinning distaff.
Quillan Irish Gaelic A cub.
Quilliam Gaelic Gaelic form of William. A strong and resolute protector.
Quimby Old Norse From the woman's estate.
Quinby Scandinavian from the queen?s estate
Quince   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Quincy Latin/French The fifth, as in fifth child. A boy or girl's name.
Quinlan Irish Gaelic Well-shaped, athletic.
Quinn Irish Gaelic Wise and intelligent. A boy or girl's name.
Quinney Gaelic The son of the crafty one.
Quintin Latin The fifth, as in the fifth-born child.
Quinton Latin The fifth, as in the fifth-born child.
Quintus Latin Fifth, as in the fifth child.
Quirce Spanish The name of a 4th-century martyr.
Quirino Spanish The name of a 4th-century martyr.

 

Baby Boy Names List

Baby Boy Names - R

Baby Boy Names R

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with R

 

Rab Scottish Scottish nickname for Robert. Famous, bright fame.
Rabbie Scottish Scottish nickname for Robert. Famous, bright fame.
Rad Old English A counsellor. Also a diminutive of names beginning with `rad'.
Radborne Old English From the red brook or stream.
Radcliff Old English red cliff
Radcliffe Old English From the red cliff.
Radek Czech Glad.
Radford Old English From the red ford.
Radley Old English From the red meadow.
Radman Slavic joy
Radnor Old English From the red shore.
Radomor Hungarian happy, peace
Raeburn Teutonic dweller by the stream where does drink
Rafael German/Portuguese/Spanish God heals, or healed by God.
Rafe   An alternative form and pronunciation of Ralph. Also see Raphael.
Raffaele Italian God heals, or healed by God.
Rafferty Irish Gaelic Prosperous.
Rafi Arabic The exalted one.
Rafiq Arabic A companion, a friend.
Rafu Japanese A net.
Raghnall Irish A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald, Reynold and Ronson.
Ragin Hindu  
Ragnar Scandinavian A wise warrior.
Rahman Arabic Merciful.
Rahul Hindu  
Raibeart Scottish Scottish Gaelic form of Robert. Famous, bright fame.
Raidon Japanese thunder God
Raimy Raimee  
Rainer German A wise warrior.
Rainier French A wise warrior.
Raivata Hindu a Manu
Raj Sanskrit A king.
Rajan Hindu  
Rajanikant Hindu  
Rajendra Sanskrit A mighty king.
Rajesh Hindu  
Rajiv Sanskrit Striped.

Rak through Raz

Rakesh Hindu  
Raleigh Old English The meadow of the Roe deer.
Ralph Old English Wolf counsellor. A fearless adviser. Also see Rolf and Rudolph.
Ralston Old English A dweller on Ralph's farm or estate.
Ram Hindu Lord Rama
Raman Hindu  
Ramanuja Hindu a saint
Rambert Teutonic Mighty and brilliant.
Rambures   From Shakespeare's play Henry V.
Ramelan Indonesian A prophecy.
Rameses Egyptian Born of the sun.
Ramesh Sanskrit ruler of Rama
Ramiro Spanish A great judge or adviser.
Ramon Spanish A wise or mighty protector.
Ramsay Old English An island of wild garlic. Most commonly used in Scotland.
Ramsden Old English The ram's valley.
Ramsey Old English ram?s land
Ranald Old English A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald, Reynold and Ronson.
Rance French a kind of Belgian marble
Rand   A wolf-like shield. From the name Randolph.
Randal Old English A wolf-like shield.
Randall Old English A wolf-like shield.
Randell Old English A wolf-like shield.
Randie   A wolf-like shield or the admired one. A boy or girl's name.
Randolph Old English A wolf-like shield.
Randy   A wolf-like shield or the admired one. A boy or girl's name.
Ranen Hebrew joyous
Ranger Old French The keeper of the forest.
Rangi Maori/Polynesian Heaven or the sky. A boy or girl's name.
Ranjan Hindu  
Ranjeet Hindu  
Ranjit Sanskrit The delighted one.
Rankin Old English A little shield.
Ransford Old English From the ford of the raven.
Ransley Old English From the meadow of the Raven.
Ransom Old English A warrior's son.
Rantidev Hindu devotee of Narayana
Ranulf Old Norse Wolf-like advice.
Raoul French French form of Ralph.
Raphael Hebrew God has healed. One of the four archangels in the Bible.
Rarna Sanskrit Pleasing. An alternative name for the Hindu God Vishnu.
Rashid Arabic The well guided one a director.
Rashne Persian judge
Rasmus Greek Worthy of love.
Rastus Greek The loving one.
Rata Aboriginal/Polynesian Aboriginal: A plant. Polynesian: The name of a great chief. A boy or girl's name.
Ratri Hindu night
Rauf Arabic The compassionate one.
Raul Italian The counsel of the wolf. A fearless adviser. Also see Rolf and Rudolph.
Raven Old English a raven
Ravi Sanskrit Of the sun.
Ravid Hebrew The wanderer.
Ravindra Hindu  
Ravinger Old English ravine
Rawiri Maori Maori form of David. The beloved, the adored one.
Rawley Old English From the meadow of the Roe deer.
Rawlins Old English son of a little wise wolf
Rawly Old English From the meadow of the Roe deer.
Rawson Old English The son of the little wolf.
Ray Old French A stream or a king. A boy or girl's name.
Rayburn Old English From the deer brook.
Raymon Teutonic A wise or mighty protector.
Raymond Teutonic Wise protection.
Raynard Teutonic Brave, or a fox.
Rayner German A wise warrior.
Raynold Old English A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald and Ronald.
Razi African secret

Boy Names Beginning with Re

Read Old English Red-haired.
Reading Old English Son of the redheaded one.
Reagan   Wise.
Rearden Irish Gaelic A royal poet.
Reardon Irish Gaelic A royal poet.
Rebel Latin The rebellious one. A boy or girl's name.
Redford Old English From the red ford.
Redman Old English A protector, an adviser.
Redmond Irish A wise or mighty protector.
Redmund Teutonic A wise or mighty protector.
Reece Welsh Ardent.
Reed Old English Red-haired.
Reede Old English Red-haired.
Rees Welsh Ardent.
Reese Welsh ardent one
Reeve Old English A steward.
Regan Irish Gaelic The descendant of a king. A boy or girl's name.
Regin Old Norse A figure from mythology.
Reginald Old English A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reynold and Ronald.
Regis French Ruler, king.
Rego Hungarian  
Rehan Arabic  
Reid Old English Red-haired.
Reilly Irish Gaelic/Old English Irish Gaelic: Valiant. Old English: A Rye meadow.
Reinhard German Brave, or a fox.
Reinhold German A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald and Ronald.
Remington Old English From the farm of ravens.
Remus Latin Fast. In legend, one of the brothers who founded Rome.
Remy French from Latin An oarsman.
Renaldo Spanish A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald, Reynold and Ronson.
Renard Teutonic Brave, or a fox.
Renaud French Brave, or a fox.
Rendor Hungarian policeman
Rene Latin Reborn. A boy or girl's name.
Renfred Old English Mighty but peaceful.
Renfrew Celtic From the still river.
Rennard Teutonic Brave, or a fox.
Renny Irish Gaelic Small but powerful. A boy or girl's name.
Renshaw Old English From the forest of the Ravens.
Reuben Hebrew Behold a son. One of Jacob?s sons in the Bible.
Reuel Hebrew Friend of God.
Rex Latin A king. Also see Ray and Roy.
Rey Old French A king. Also see Raymond, Rex and Roy.
Reynaldo   From Shakespeare's play Hamlet.
Reynard Teutonic Brave, or a fox.
Reynold Old English A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald and Ronald.
Rezse Hungarian  

Rh through Ri

Rhett English Possibly a form of Rhys, but most likely invented for Margaret Mitchell's character, Rhett Butler, in Gone with the Wind.
Rhisiart Welsh Brave and strong.
Rhodes Greek The place of roses. The name of an Aegean island.
Rhodri Welsh The ruler of the wheel.
Rhun Welsh Grand.
Rhydwyn Welsh A dweller by the white ford.
Rhys Welsh Ardent.
Rian Irish Gaelic A little king.
Ric Old Norse Honourable ruler. From the name Eric and Richard.
Richard Teutonic Brave and strong.
Richman Old English A powerful protector.
Rick   Brave and strong. From the name Eric and Richard.
Ricker Old English A powerful army.
Rico Spanish noble ruler
Rider Old English A horseman or knight.
Ridgeway Old English From the ridge road.
Ridgley Old English From the meadow's ridge.
Ridley Old English From the cleared wood.
Rigby Old English The valley of the ruler.
Rigg Old English From the ridge.
Rikard Scandinavian Brave and strong.
Rikin Hindu  
Riley Irish Gaelic/Old English Irish Gaelic: Valiant. Old English: A Rye meadow. A boy or girl's name.
Rimon Arabic pomegranite
Rinaldo Italian A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald, Reynold and Ronson.
Ring Old English A ring.
Ringo Old English A bell-ringer.
Rinzen Tibetan/Sherpa The holder of intellect. A boy or girl's name.
Riordan Irish Gaelic A royal poet.
Ripley Old English From the shouter's meadow.
Rishab Hindu the musical note Re
Rishi Hindu  
Rishley Old English from the wild meadow
Rishon Hebrew first
Risley Old English From the brushwood meadow.
Riston Old English From the brushwood farm.
Ritchell Vietnamese nasty, gross
Ritchie Teutonic Brave and strong.
Ritter Teutonic A knight.
Rivers Latin, French stream of water
Rizal Philippino Rizzy

Boy Names Beginning with Ro

Roald Old Norse A famous ruler. A Norwegian form of Ronald.
Roan Irish Gaelic Little red-haired one.
Roarke Irish Gaelic A famed ruler.
Rob   Famous, bright fame.
Robert Teutonic Famous, bright fame.
Robertson   The son of Robert. Famous, bright fame.
Robi Hungarian shining with fame
Robin English A small bird. A boy or girl's name.
Robinson English The son of Robert or Robin. Famous, bright fame.
Robyn English A small bird. A boy or girl's name.
Rocco Teutonic To rest.
Rochester Old English A rocky fortress, or camp on the rocks.
Rock Old English From the rock.
Rockley Old English From the rocky meadow.
Rockwell Old English From the rocky well or spring.
Rocky Teutonic To rest.
Rod Teutonic A renowned ruler.
Rodd   A renowned ruler.
Roddie Teutonic A renowned ruler.
Roddy Teutonic A renowned ruler.
Roden Old English From the valley of the reeds. A boy or girl's name.
Roderick Teutonic A renowned ruler.
Roderigo Italian/Spanish A renowned ruler.
Rodman Teutonic A famous hero.
Rodney English Land near the water.
Rodolf Duch/German A famous wolf. Also see Ralph and Rolf.
Rodolfo Italian/Spanish A famous wolf. Also see Ralph and Rolf.
Rodrigo Italian/Spanish A renowned ruler.
Rodrigue French A renowned ruler.
Rodwell Old English From the Christian's well.
Rogan Irish Gaelic The red-haired one.
Rogelio Spanish beautiful one
Roger Teutonic A famous spearman or warrior.
Rohan Sanskrit Little red-haired one.
Rohit Hindu red color
Rokus Hungarian  
Roland Teutonic Famed throughout the land.
Roldan English powerful, mighty
Rolf Teutonic The famous wolf. Also see Ralph and Rudolph.
Rollo Teutonic From the famed land.
Roly Old English From the rough meadow.
Roman Latin A citizen of Rome.
Romeo Latin A pilgrim to Rome. A famous Shakespearian character.
Romney Welsh A curving river. A place name from Kent, England.
Romulus Latin One of the legendary brothers who founded Rome.
Ronak Hindu  
Ronald Old English A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald, Reynold and Ronson.
Ronan Irish Gaelic Little seal. A boy or girl's name.
Rongo Maori/Polynesian The God of rain and fertility.
Roni Hebrew My joy.
Ronin Japanese Samurai without a master
Ronit Hebrew/Irish Gaelic Hebrew: A song. Irish Gaelic: Prosperity.
Ronson Old English The son of Ronald. A wise and powerful ruler.
Rooney Irish Gaelic Red-haired.
Roosevelt Dutch field of roses
Roper Old English A ropemaker.
Rory Irish Gaelic The red king. A boy or girl's name.
Roscoe Old Norse From the Deer forest.
Rosencrantz   From Shakespeare's play Hamlet.
Roshan Persian Splendid. One who emanates light. A boy or girl's name.
Roslin Old French The small red-haired one.
Ross Scottish Gaelic Woody meadow.
Roswald Teutonic A mighty horse.
Roth German red-haired
Rothwell Old Norse From the red well or spring.
Rourke Irish Gaelic A famed ruler.
Routledge Old English From the red pool.
Rowell Old English From the deer spring.
Rowland Teutonic From the famed land.
Rowley Old English From the rough meadow.
Rowse Cornish From the heathland.
Rowson Old English The son of the red-haired man.
Roxbury Old English From the rock fortress.
Roy Old French/Scottish Gaelic Old French: A king. Scottish Gaelic: The red one. From the mane Royce, Royston and other similar names. Also see Ray and Rex.
Royce Old English The son of the king.
Roydon Old English From the hill of Rye.
Royston Old English An English placename.

Ru through Ry

Ruark Irish Gaelic A famed ruler.
Ruben Hebrew Behold a son. One of Jacob?s sons in the Bible.
Rubens Portuguese Behold a son. One of Jacob?s sons in the Bible.
Rubin Hebrew Behold a son. One of Jacob?s sons in the Bible.
Ruchir Hindu  
Rudd Old English Of a ruddy complexion.
Rudi Teutonic A famous wolf. Also see Ralph and Rolf.
Rudolph Teutonic A famous wolf. Also see Ralph and Rolf.
Rudy Teutonic A famous wolf. Also see Ralph and Rolf.
Rudyard Old English From the red enclosure.
Ruel Hebrew Friend of God.
Rufford Old English From the rough ford.
Rufus Latin Red-haired.
Rugby   From Shakespeare's play Merry Wives of Windsor.
Ruhinda Caymanian Prince of Cows
Rumford Old English From the wide ford.
Runako African handsome
Rune Old Norse Secret lore.
Rupert Teutonic Famous, bright fame. Also see Hopkin, Robert, Robertson and Robinson.
Rupesh Hindu  
Rurik Russian/Scandinavian Russian and Scandinavian form of Roderick. A renowned ruler.
Rush French red-haired
Rushford Old English From the ford with rushes.
Ruskin Teutonic The small red-haired one.
Russ   Red head. From the name Russell.
Russel Old French, Old English red-haired; fox-like
Russell Old French Red head.
Rusty   Red head. From the name Russell.
Rutger Dutch A famous spearman or warrior.
Rutherford Old English From the cattle ford.
Rutland Old Norse From the stump land.
Rutledge Old English From the red pool.
Rutley Old English From the stump meadow.
Ry   From the name Rylan and Ryman.
Ryan Irish Gaelic A little king.
Rycroft Old English From the Rye field.
Ryder Old English A horseman or knight.
Rylan Old English From the Rye land.
Ryle Old English From the hill of Rye.
Ryley Irish Gaelic/Old English Irish Gaelic: Valiant. Old English: A Rye meadow.
Rylie Old English A small stream.
Ryman Old English A rye seller.
Ryoichi Japanese first son of Ryo
Ryozo Japanese third son of Ryo
Ryton Old English From the rye farm.
Ryuichi Japanese first son of Ryu

 

Baby Boy Names List

Baby Boy Names - S

Baby Boy Names S

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with S

 

Saben Latin A Sabine man (from central Italy).
Sabir Arabic The patient one.
Sabola Egyptian prophetess
Sabre French Swordlike.
Sacha French The defender, or helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Sachchit Hindu Truth, Consciousness
Sacheverell Old French A leap of the young goat.
Sachiel Hebrew angel of water
Sachin Hindu  
Sadi Turkish Sadie, Sady
Sadik Arabic Truthful, or faithful.
Sadurni Catalan  
Safak Turkish  
Safford Old English From the willow ford.
Sagar Hindu king
Sage Old French Wise. Also the name of a herb. A boy or girl's name.
Sagiv Hebrew mighty, with strength
Sahadev Hindu prince
Sahale Native American above
Sahara   Inca gold.
Sahen Hindu falcon
Sahib Hindu sir
Sahnan Hebrew Wise and peaceful.
Saidi African Helper.
Sakda Thai Power.
Sakima Native American A king.
Salah Arabic Good, righteous.
Salerio   From Shakespeare's play Merchant of Venice.
Salim Arabic Safe, secure.
Salisbury Old English The fort by the willow pool.
Salman Arabic protector, conqueror
Saloman Hebrew peaceful
Salomo German Wise and peaceful.
Salomon Spanish Wise and peaceful.
Salter Old English A salt seller.
Salton Old English From the place in the willows.
Salvador Spanish from Latin A saviour.
Salvatore Italian Saviour.
Sam   She who listens also an achievement. A boy or girl's name.
Samien Arabic to be heard
Samir Hindu wind
Sammie   She who listens also an achievement. A boy or girl's name.
Sammon Arabic grocer
Sammy   She who listens also an achievement. A boy or girl's name.
Sampath Hindu  
Sampson Hebrew Of the sun, or a strong man. A biblical name.
Samson Hebrew Of the sun, or a strong man. A biblical name.
Samudra Hindu lord of the ocean
Samuel Hebrew Asked of God. A name from the Bible. Also see Saul.

San through Say

Sanat Hindu  
Sanborn Old English From the sandy brook.
Sancho Spanish Truthful and sincere.
Sandeep Hindu Rishi (Sega of Gods), named after Sandipani Rishi
Sanders Old English The son of Alexander. Protector of men.
Sandie Greek The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Sandler    
Sandon Old English From the sandy hill.
Sandor Hungarian Protector of men. From the name Alexander.
Sandy Greek The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Sanford Old English From the sandy ford.
Sanjay Sanskrit Triumphant.
Sanjeev Hindu Sanjiv
Sanjog Hindu  
Sankara Sanskrit Auspicious.
Sansom Hebrew Of the sun, or a strong man.
Sansone Italian Of the sun, or a strong man.
Santiago Spanish Of St James.
Santo Italian a saint
Santon Old English From the sandy hill.
Santos Spanish Of the saints. Also see Toussaint.
Santosh Hindu  
Santoso Indonesian Peaceful.
Sapan Hindu  
Sarasvan Hindu  
Sarat Hindu  
Sargent Old French A military officer.
Sarkis Armenian royality
Sarngin Hindu name of God Vishnu
Sarni Arabic The elevated one.
Sarojin Hindu lotus-like
Sarosh Persian prayer
Sasha Russian The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Saswata Hindu  
Satayu Hindu brother of Amavasu and Vivasu
Satruijt Hindu a son of Vatsa
Saturnino Latin Of Saturn, the Roman God of agriculture.
Saturninus   From Shakespeare's play Titus Andronicus.
Satyen Hindu  
Saudeep Hindu  
Saul Hebrew Asked for, or prayed for. A name from the Bible. Also see Samuel.
Saunak Hindu boy sage
Saunders Old English The son of Alexander. Protector of men.
Saunderson Old English The son of Alexander. Protector of men.
Saurabh Hindu  
Saviero Italian Of the new house.
Saville Old French From the willow estate.
Sawyer Old English A sawer of wood.
Sawyl Welsh Welsh form of Saul. Asked for, or prayed for.
Saxby Old Norse From the farm of the short sword.
Saxon Old English Of the Saxons, or people of the sword. A boy or girl's name.
Saxton Old English From the farm of the Saxon.
Sayed Arabic The lord, the master.
Sayer Celtic A carpenter.

Sc through Se

Scarus   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Schuyler Dutch shield, scholar
Scipio Latin A staff or walking stick.
Scott Old English Of Scottish origin.
Scully Irish Gaelic A herald or town crier.
Seabert Old English Sea glorious.
Seaborne Old English The sea warrior.
Seabrook Old English From a brook by the sea.
Sealey Old English Blessed.
Seamus Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of James. The supplanter.
Sean Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of John. God is gracious. Also see Shane.
Seanan Irish Gaelic Old, or wise.
Searle Teutonic An armed warrior.
Seaton Old English A place by the sea.
Sebastian Latin Venerable. A man from Sebasta. The name of a 3rd-century saint.
Sebes Hungarian fast
Secundus Latin The second child.
Sedgewick Old English From the farm in the rushes.
Sedgley Old English From the warrior's meadow.
Seeley Old English Blessed.
Seely Old English Blessed.
Seff Hebrew a wolf
Sefton Old English The dweller at the place in the rushes.
Seger Old English The sea warrior.
Seif Arabic sword of religion
Seiichi Japanese first son of Sei
Selby Old Norse From the willow farm.
Seldon Old English From the house on the hill.
Seleucus   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Selig Jewish Blessed fortunate.
Selim Arabic Safe, secure.
Selwyn Latin Of the woods.
Semih Turkish  
Sempronius   From Shakespeare's plaY Timon of Athens and Titus Andronicus.
Semyon Russian The listener.
Senach Gaelic  
Senajit Hindu  
Senan Irish Gaelic Old, or wise.
Sencer Turkish  
Senichi Japanese first son of Sen
Sennett Old English Bold in victory.
Senon Spanish given life by Zeus
Septimus Latin The seventh son.
Serafino Italian from Hebrew The ardent one. The masculine form of Seraphina.
Seraphim Hebrew burning ones, angels, ardent
Serge Italian Servant.
Sergeant Old French A military officer.
Sergent Old French A military officer.
Sergio Italian Attendant.
Sergius Latin A Roman family name.
Servan Breton  
Sesto Latin The sixth son.
Seth Hebrew/Sanskrit Hebrew: A biblical name meaning the appointed one. One of the sons of Adam and Eve. Sanskrit: A bridge.
Setiawan Indonesian Faithful.
Seton Old English A place by the sea.
Seung Korean successor, winning
Sevastian Russian A man from Sebasta. The name of a 3rd-century saint.
Severin English river in England
Severino Italian Severe.
Severn   The name of a British river.
Sevilin Turkish beloved
Seville Spanish A Spanish city.
Seward Old English A sea defender.
Sexton Old French A church official.
Sextus Latin The sixth son.
Seyed Arabic The lord, the master.
Seymour Old French From a place name.
Seyton   From Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
Sezni Breton Senan, Sane

Boy Names Beginning with Sh

Shadwell Old English From the shady stream.
Shafiq Arabic Compassionate.
Shah Persian The king.
Shahar Jewish The dawn.
Shailen Hindu  
Shailesh Hindu  
Shakar Arabic grateful
Shakir Arabic The grateful one.
Shalabh Hindu  
Shalin Hindu  
Shallow   From Shakespeare's play Merry Wives of Windsor.
Shalom Hebrew Peace. Also see Solomon.
Shaman Native American holy man
Shamus Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of James. The supplanter.
Shanahan Irish Gaelic The wise one.
Shandy Old English Boisterous.
Shane   From Irish Gaelic a Variation of Sean (John), and so a form of Jane. A boy or girl's name.
Shankar Sanskrit He who gives happiness.
Shanley Irish Gaelic A venerable hero.
Shannon Irish From the name of a river in Ireland. A boy or girl's name.
Shantanu Hindu  
Sharad Hindu  
Sharif Arabic The honourable one.
Sharma Sanskrit Giving protection.
Shashi Hindu the moon, moonbeam
Shashwat Hindu ever lasting
Shaughan Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of John. God is gracious. Also see Shane.
Shaun Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of John. God is gracious. Also see Shane.
Shaw Old English From the grove of trees.
Shay Irish Gaelic The stately one. A boy or girl's name.
Shea Irish hawk-like, stately
Sheehan Irish Gaelic Peaceful.
Sheffield Old English From the crooked field, or the sheep field.
Shelby Old English The dweller at the ledge estate and a sheltered town. A boy or girl's name.
Sheldon Old English From the steep valley.
Shelley Old English From the wood, or the meadow's edge. A boy or girl's name.
Shen Chinese A deep thinker.
Shepherd Old English one who heards sheep
Sher Sanskrit The beloved one or a Lion. A boy or girl's name.
Sherborne Old English A clear stream.
Sheridan Irish Gaelic The wild one. A boy or girl's name.
Sheridon Irish wild one
Sherlock Old English Fair-haired.
Sherman Old English Shearer or servant.
Sherwin Old English A swift runner.
Sherwood Old English From the bright forest.
Shigekazu Japanese first son of Shige
Shiloh Hebrew A place of rest. A biblical placename.
Shima Japanese An island dweller.
Shimon Hebrew The listener.
Shing Chinese victory
Shinichi Japanese first son of Shin
Shipley Old English From the sheep pasture.
Shipton Old English The dweller at the sheep farm.
Shishir Hindu  
Shiv Hindu Lord Shiva
Shiva Sanskrit Benign. An important Hindu God.
Shlomo Jewish Wise and peaceful.
Shmuel Hebrew Asked of God.
Shoichi Japanese first son of Sho
Sholto Scottish Gaelic A sower of seed.
Shomari Swahili Forceful.
Shrey Hindu  
Shuichi Japanese first son of Shu
Shulamith Hebrew peaceful
Shunichi Japanese first son of Shun
Shunnar Arabic pleasant
Shvetank Hindu  
Shyam Hindu  
Shylock   From Shakespeare's play Merchant of Venice.

Si through Sl

Siamak Persian bringer of joy, great emperor
Siddartha Sanskrit One who has accomplished his goal. A name of the Buddha.
Siddel Old English from the wide valley
Siddharth Hindu  
Sidell Old English From the broad valley.
Sidney Old English/Old French Old English: From the riverside meadow. Old French: From St Denis.
Siegbert Teutonic A famous victory.
Siegfried Teutonic Peace after victory.
Sigebryht Anglo-Saxon  
Sigfried Teutonic victory peace
Siggy   From the name Siegbert, Siegfried.
Sigi   From the name Siegbert, Siegfried.
Sigmund Teutonic A victorious protector.
Sigurd Old Norse A victorious guardian.
Silas Latin From the forest. Also see Silvester.
Siler Syler  
Silvanus Latin From the forest. Also see Silvester.
Silvester Latin Of the woods. Also see Silvanus.
Silvio Latin belonging to the forest, silver
Silvius   From Shakespeare's play As You Like It.
Simeon   The biblical form of Simon.
Similien Breton  
Simon Hebrew The listener. Also see Simpson.
Simonides   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Simple   From Shakespeare's play Merry Wives of Windsor.
Simpson   The son of Simon. The listener.
Sinan Turkish  
Sinbad Teutonic A sparkling prince.
Sinclair French A clear sign. From St Clair.
Singh Hindu lion
Sinjon French Saint John
Sinnett Old English Bold in victory.
Sinnott Old English Bold in victory.
Siva Sanskrit Benign.
Sivan Hebrew the ninth month
Siward   From Shakespeare's play MacBeth.
Skeet Middle English speedy
Skelly Irish Gaelic A storyteller.
Skelton Old English From the place on the ledge.
Skene Scottish Gaelic A bush.
Skipp Old Norse ship owner
Skipper Dutch A ship's captain.
Skjold Scandinavian  
Sklaer Breton Sklerijenn
Slade Old English From the valley.
Slate Middle English A fine-grained rock.
Slender   From Shakespeare's play Merry Wives of Windsor.
Slevin Irish Gaelic The mountain climber.
Sloan Irish Gaelic A warrior.
Sly   From the name Silvanus and Silvester.

Sm through Sp

Smedley Old English From the level meadow.
Smith Old English A blacksmith.
Snehal Hindu  
Snorre Scandinavian  
Snout   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Snowden Old English From the snowy hill.
Snug   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Socrates   The name of the ancient Greek philosopher.
Sofronio Greek self-controlled
Soham Hindu  
Sol Latin The sun. Also from the name Solomon.
Solan soul seeker  
Solanio   From Shakespeare's play Merchant of Venice.
Solinus   From Shakespeare's play Comedy of Errors.
Solomon Hebrew Wise and peaceful. A son of David in the Bible. Also see Shalom.
Solon Greek The wise one.
Solt Hungarian name of an honor
Solyom Hungarian falcon
Soma Hungarian a kind of berry
Somerled Old Norse The summer traveller. A Scottish name.
Somerset Old English From the summer farm or settlement. The name of an English county.
Somerville Old English From the summery hill.
Sonam Tibetan/Sherpa The fortunate one. A boy or girl's name.
Sonnagh Welsh mound, rampart
Sonny   Diminutive for names that includes `son'.
Sophocles Greek After the classical dramatist.
Soren Danish from Latin The stern one.
Sorley Old Norse The summer traveller.
Sorrell Old French Bitter. A plant name, and A boy or girl's name.
Soterios Greek saviour
Southwell Old English From the southern spring.
Spalding English divided field
Sparke Old Norse The lively one.
Speed   From Shakespeare's play Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Spence   A dispenser of provisions. From the name Spencer.
Spencer Old French A dispenser of provisions. Administrator.
Spike Old English A nail, or an ear of grain. Generally used as a nickname.
Spiridon Greek Of the soul or spirit.

Sq through St

Squire Old French A knight's attendant.
Sridhar Hindu  
Srijan Hindu  
Srikant Hindu  
Srinath Hindu  
Srinivas Hindu  
Sriram Hindu  
Stack Old Norse A haystacker.
Stacy Latin Prosperous or resurrection. A boy or girl's name.
Staffan Swedish Swedish form of Stephen. A crown or garland.
Stafford Old English From the ford by the landing place.
Stamford Old English A dweller at the rocky ford.
Stanbury Old English From the stone fort.
Standen Old English A dweller in the stony valley.
Standish Old English From the rocky pasture.
Stanfield Old English From the stony field.
Stanford Old English A dweller at the rocky ford.
Stanhope Old English From the stony valley.
Stanislaus Slavonic The glorious government.
Stanislav   Glory of the camp.
Stanislaw   Glory of the camp. From the name Stanislav.
Stanko Slowenian  
Stanley Old English Rocky meadow.
Stanton Old English From the rocky farm or estate.
Stanwick Old English From the rocky village.
Starbuck Old Norse The stream in the sedges.
Starr Old English A star. A boy or girl's name.
Starveling   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Stavros Greek Crowned. Greek form of Stephen.
Stedman Old English A farmer.
Steele Old English Like steel.
Stefan German/Polish/Russian/Scandinavian A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Stefanos Greek A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Steffan Welsh A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Stein German stone
Sten Swedish A stone.
Stenton Old English From the rocky farm or estate.
Stephan German A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Stephano Italian A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Stephen Greek A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Sterling Old English A little star, or a starling.
Sterne Old English Austere. Stern.
Stert Old English From the promontory.
Steve Greek A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Steven Greek A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Stevenson   The son of Stephen. A crown or garland.
Stewart Old English A steward, or keeper of a household.
Stig Old Norse The wanderer.
Stiles Old English From the stile.
Stillman   Quiet, gentle.
Stinson Old English The son of Stephen, or the son of stone.
Stiofan Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of Stephen.
Stockley Old English A clearing with tree stumps.
Stockton Old English From the place near the tree trunk.
Stoddard Old English The horse-keeper.
Stoke Old English From the settlement.
Stokley Old English from the tree-stump meadow
Storm Old English A tempest. A boy or girl's name.
Storr Old Norse A great man.
Stowe Old English From the place or religious site.
Stoyan Bulgarian to stay
Strahan Scottish Gaelic A little valley. A Tasmanian town.
Stratford Old English From the ford on a Roman road.
Strato   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar.
Stratton Old English From the place on a Roman road.
Strom German, Czech stream; tree
Stroud Old English The overgrown marshland.
Stu Old English A steward, or keeper of a household.
Stuart Old English A steward, or keeper of a household.
Studs Old English a house
Sturt Old English From the promontory.
Styles Old English From the stile.

Su through Sz

Subodh Hindu  
Sudarshan Hindu Sudarsana
Sudesha Hindu a son of Krishna
Sudeva Hindu good Deva
Sudhansu Hindu  
Sudhir Hindu  
Sudi Swahili Luck.
Suffield Old English A dweller in the southern field.
Sugriva Hindu  
Sukarman Hindu reciter of 1000 Samhitas
Sukumar Hindu tender
Sulaiman North African peaceful
Suleiman Arabic Arabic form of Solomon.
Sulio Breton Suliau, Suliag
Sullivan Irish Gaelic The blackeyed one.
Sully Gaelic to stain
Sulwyn Welsh The fair sun.
Sumadhur Hindu very sweet
Suman Sanskrit Cheerful and wise.
Sumantu Hindu Atharva Veda was assigned to him
Sumati Hindu  
Sumit Hindu  
Sumner Old French The one who summons.
Sun Chinese/Korean Chinese: Bending, or decreasing. Korean: Goodness. A boy or girl's name.
Sundara Hindu  
Sunil Hindu  
Surony Hungarian name of an honor
Suresh Sanskrit The ruler of the gods.
Surya Sanskrit The sun.
Sutcliffe Old English From the south cliff.
Sutherland Old Norse From the southern land.
Sutton Old English The dweller at the southern farm or town.
Suvrata Hindu a child of Daksa
Svein Anglo-Saxon  
Sven Old Norse A youth.
Swagat Hindu  
Swain Old English/Old Norse Old English: A swineherd. Old Norse: Youthful.
Swapnil Hindu  
Sweeney Irish Gaelic The little hero.
Sweeny Gaelic little hero
Swindon Old English From the hill of the pigs. An English city.
Swinford Old English The pig ford.
Swithin Old English Strong. The name of an English saint.
Sycamore Greek A tree name.
Sydenham Old English From the wide river meadow.
Sykes Old English At the stream or gully.
Sylvain French From the forest. Also see Silvester.
Sylvan Latin From the forest. Also see Silvester.
Sylvester Latin From the forest, woods.
Symon Hebrew The listener.
Synclair   A clear sign.
Syrus Persian The name of the founder of the Persian empire. From the name Cyrus.
Szabolcs Hungarian  
Szalok Hungarian  
Szemere Hungarian small man, demolisher
Szervoc Hungarian freed
Szesco Hungarian  
Szevor Hungarian serious, strict
Szilord Hungarian  
Szolot Hungarian  
Szymon Polish Polish form of Simon. The listener.
Szylve Scandinavian  

 

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Baby Boy Names - T

Baby Boy Names T

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with T

 

Taavi Finnish The beloved, the adored one. From the name David.
Tab Persian A drum or drummer.
Tabansi African one who endures
Tabari North African after famous muslim historian
Tabb Persian A drum or drummer.
Tabor Persian A drum or drummer.
Tad Irish Gaelic A poet or philosopher. Also see Teague.
Tadc Celtic  
Tadd Greek Courageous.
Taddeo Greek Courageous.
Tadi Omaha Indian wind
Taffy Welsh The beloved, the adored one. From the name David.
Taggart Gaelic A priest.
Tahir Arabic Pure and virtuous.
Tai Vietnamese The talented one.
Tailer Old French The tailor.
Tailor Old French The tailor.
Tait Old Norse Jolly, cheerful. Also see Tatum.
Tajo Spanish day
Takai Japanese  
Takoda Native American The friend of all.
Taksa Hindu a son of Bharata
Taksony Hungarian well fed, content, merciless, wild
Taku Japanese  
Talbot Old French From the valley.
Talfryn Welsh From the top of the hill.
Talib Arabic  
Taliesin Welsh A radiant brow.
Tallis Persian Wise, learned.
Talman Hebrew to injure, to oppress
Talon    
Talorg Welsh  
Talos Greek giant protector of Minos island
Tam Scottish A twin or heart. A boy or girl's name.
Tama Japanese/Polynesian Japanese: A jewel. Polynesian: A boy or son. A boy or girl's name.
Tamas Greek A twin.
Tamer Turkish  
Tamir Arabic pure, tall stately

Tan through Te

Tancred Teutonic A thoughtful adviser.
Tancredo Italian of thoughtful counsel
Tane Polynesian The name of a god.
Tanek Polish immortal
Taner Turkish  
Tangaroa Polynesian Of the sea.
Tangwyn Welsh Peace.
Tanicus Latin  
Tannar Old English Leather worker.
Tanner Old English Leather worker.
Tano Ghanese name of river
Tapan Hindu  
Tapesh Hindu  
Tara Irish Gaelic/Sanskrit Irish Gaelic: A rocky hill, from the ancient home of Ireland's kings. Sanskrit: A star. The name of a Buddhist goddess. A boy or girl's name.
Tarang Hindu  
Tarasios Greek of Tarentum
Tarcal Hungarian  
Tardos Hungarian bald
Taree Aboriginal A wild fig.
Tariq Arabic The night visitor.
Tarjan Hungarian name of an honor
Tarkan Turkish  
Tarn Old Norse A mountain pool.
Taro Japanese The firstborn son.
Tarquin Latin The name of two early Roman kings.
Tarrant Old English From the name of a river.
Tarun Sanskrit Young, tender.
Tas Hungarian well fed, stone
Tashi Tibetan/Sherpa Prosperity. A boy or girl's name.
Tate Old Norse Jolly, cheerful. Also see Tatum.
Tathal Welsh  
Tathan Welsh  
Tatum Old English From Tate's homestead. A boy or girl's name.
Taurin Latin born under the sign of Taurus
Taurinus Latin  
Taurus   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Tavis Scottish twin
Tavish Scottish Gaelic A twin. A form of Thomas.
Tawhiri Polynesian A tempest.
Taylor Old French A tailor. A boy or girl's name.
Teague Irish Gaelic A poet or philosopher.
Teal English A water bird. A boy or girl's name.
Tean Cornish One of the Isles of Scilly. A boy or girl's name.
Tearlach Scottish  
Tecer Turkish  
Tecwyn Welsh White, fair.
Ted Old English Divine gift.
Teddie Old English Divine gift.
Teddy Old English Divine gift.
Tee    
Tej Hindu  
Telford Old French An iron-cutter.
Telo Old French Teliau, Th?lo, Th?liau
Tem English country
Teman Hebrew right hand, south
Temani Hebrew of Teman
Templar Old French A knight.
Tenenan Old French Tinidor, Tenedor
Tennyson Old English The son of Dennis. Wild, frenzied. Also a lover of wine. Also see Tennyson.
Tenzin Tibetan/Sherpa Protector of Dharma. A boy or girl's name.
Tenzing Tibetan/Sherpa Protector of Dharma. A boy or girl's name.
Teodor Greek The gift of God.
Tercan Turkish  
Terence Latin Tender, good gracious.
Terje Norse of Thor?s spear
Terrel Old English thunderer
Terrence   Tender, good gracious.
Terrie Latin Smooth and polished.
Terro    
Terry Greek/Latin Greek: The harvester or reaper. Latin: Smooth and polished. A boy or girl's name.
Tetony Hungarian chieftain
Teulyddog Welsh  
Tewdwr Welsh  
Tex American From Texas.
Tezer Turkish  

Boy Names Beginning with Th

Thabit Arabic  
Thaddeaus Latin couragues, praiser
Thaddeus Greek Gift of God.
Thai Vietnamese many, multiple
Thaliard   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Thaman Hindu name of a god
Than Burmese A million. An auspicious number name.
Thane Old English A land-holding soldier. Also a Scottish clan chieftain.
Thanos Greek Noble.
Thatcher Old English roof fixer
Theobald Teutonic A bold leader of the people.
Theobold Old German the boldest
Theodore Greek Divine gift.
Theodoric Teutonic The ruler of the people. Also see Derek.
Theon Greek Godly.
Theophilus Greek beloved of God
Theron Greek The hunter.
Thersites   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Theseus Greek A hero of Greek legend.
Thibaud Old French  
Thidias   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Thierry French French form of Terence and Theodoric.
Thies Dutch Dutch diminutives of Matthew.
Thijs Dutch Dutch diminutives of Matthew.
Thomas Greek A twin.
Thor Old Norse The God of thunder in Norse mythology.
Thorald Old Norse Ruling in the manner of Thor.
Thoralf Scandinavian  
Thorbjorn Scandinavian  
Thorburn Old Norse Thor's warrior.
Thord Scandinavian  
Thore Scandinavian  
Thorfinn Scandinavian  
Thorgeirr Scandinavian  
Thorgils Scandinavian, Anglo-Saxon  
Thorgrim Scandinavian  
Thorkell Scandinavian  
Thorleifr Scandinavian  
Thormund Old English Thor's protection.
Thorne Old English thorn tree
Thornley Old English From the thorny clearing.
Thornton Old English From the place among the thorns.
Thorpe Old English From the farm village.
Thorstein Scandinavian  
Thorulffr Scandinavian  
Thorvald Scandinavian  
Thorvid Scandinavian  
Thosa Old French  
Thrandr Scandinavian  
Thurborn Teutonic dweller by Thor's stream
Thurio   From Shakespeare's play Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Thurlow Old English from Thor
Thurso Scottish A Scottish placename.
Thurstan Old English Thor's stone.
Thurston Norse Thor's stone

Ti through To

Tibald Teutonic A bold leader of the people.
Tibalt Greek people's prince
Tiberius Latin After the River Tiber.
Tibold German A bold leader of the people.
Tiernan Irish Gaelic The descendant of a lord.
Tierney Irish Gaelic The descendant of a lord. A boy or girl's name.
Tihamar Hungarian likes silence
Tiki Polynesian One who is fetched, as in a spirit after death.
Tilak Hindu  
Tilford Old English From the good man's ford.
Tim Greek Honouring God, or honoured by God.
Timeus Greek perfect
Timoleon Greek I honor what I say
Timon Greek A reward, an honour. Also from Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Timor   After the Timor Sea.
Timothy Greek Honouring God, or honoured by God.
Timur Hebrew, Hungarian, Turkish iron
Tinh Vietnamese mindful; aware
Tipene Maori Maori form of Stephen.
Titus Latin An old Roman name.
Titusz Hungarian dove, honored
Tivadar Hungarian gift of God
Tivon Hebrew lover of nature
Tobias Hebrew God is good. A biblical name.
Tobie Hebrew God is good. A boy or girl's name.
Toby Hebrew The Lord is good.
Tod   A fox or foxhunter.
Todd Old Norse from Latin A fox or foxhunter.
Toft Old English From the site of the building.
Toker Turkish  
Tolga Turkish  
Tom Greek A twin. A form of Thomas.
Tomaj Hungarian name of a clan
Tomas Czech/Irish/Scottish Gaelic/Spanish A twin. A form of Thomas.
Tomasz Polish A twin. A form of Thomas.
Tome Galician  
Tomi Japanese Red.
Tomkin Old English Little Tom or Thomas.
Tommy Greek A twin. A form of Thomas.
Tomo Greek A twin. A form of Thomas.
Tong Vietnamese fragrant
Tony Latin Praiseworthy, of inestimable worth.
Tor Old Norse/Celtic Old Norse: The God of thunder in Norse mythology. Celtic: A rock.
Tore Old Norse The God of thunder in Norse mythology.
Torin Gaelic The chief.
Tormey Irish Gaelic A thunder spirit.
Tormod Scottish  
Torquil Scottish Gaelic from Old Norse Thor's cauldron.
Torr Old English From the tower.
Torrance Latin Smooth and polished.
Torsten little Tom Tompkin, Tomlin
Torvald Old Norse Thor the ruler.
Toste Scandinavian  
Tostig Anglo-Saxon, Scandinavian  
Touchstone   From Shakespeare's play As You Like It.
Toussaint French All the saints. Also see Santos.
Tovi Modern Hebrew Good.
Townley Old English From the town meadow.
Townsend Old English From the towns end.
Toyo Japanese plentiful

Tr through Tz

Tracy Old French Brave. A boy or girl's name.
Trahaearn Welsh strong as iron
Traherne Welsh Of iron strength.
Tran Vietnamese A family name.
Tranio   From Shakespeare's play Taming of the Shrew.
Tranter Old English wagoneer
Travis Old French From the crossing or crossroads.
Trefor Welsh From the large village.
Trefusis Cornish A placename.
Trelawney Cornish From the church village.
Tremayne Cornish From the place of the stone or rock.
Tremeur Old French Treveur
Trent English Thrifty. From the name of a river.
Trenus Latin  
Tresco Cornish From a placename, one of the Isles of Scilly.
Trethowan Cornish From the farm by the sandhills.
Trevelyan Cornish From the farm at the mill. A Cornish placename.
Trevor Welsh Prudent. From the large village.
Trey Middle English third born, three
Trigve Norwegian  
Trilby Italian Sings with trills. A boy or girl's name.
Trinculo   From Shakespeare's play The Tempest.
Trinity Latin A trio or triad, as in the Holy Trinity. A boy or girl's name.
Tripp Old English traveler
Trisanu Hindu  
Tristan Celtic The noisy one.
Tristen Celtic The noisy one.
Tristram Celtic Sad.
Troilus French place name
Trowbridge Old English From the wooden bridge.
Troy Old French Water or foot soldier. From a placename. Also the name of the ancient city in Asia Minor.
Truman Old English A trusty or faithful man.
Tryggvi Scandinavian  
Trystan Cornish/Welsh The noisy one.
Tuart Aboriginal A type of Eucalypt.
Tuathal Celtic  
Tubal   From Shakespeare's play Merchant of Venice.
Tucker Old English A cloth-worker.
Tudfwlch Welsh  
Tudi Old French  
Tudor Welsh Welsh form of Theodore. Devine gift.
Tudur Welsh  
Tugdual Old French Tual, Tugal, Pabu
Tujan Old French Tugen, Tujen
Tuncer Turkish  
Tungyr Welsh  
Ture Scandinavian  
Turi Polynesian The name of a famous chief.
Turiau Old French Turio
Turner Old French A lathe-worker.
Turpin Old Norse A Finnish man of Thor.
Tushar Hindu  
Tuvya Hebrew  
Tuyen Vietnamese Angelic.
Twain Middle English two pieces
Twyford Old English From the double ford.
Tyack Cornish A farmer.
Tybalt Teutonic A bold leader of the people.
Tycho Greek He who hits the mark.
Tye Old English From the enclosure.
Tyee Native American chief
Tyler Old English A tiler or tile-maker. A boy or girl's name.
Tymon Greek A reward, an honour.
Tynan Gaelic The dark one.
Tyne   The name of an English river. A boy or girl's name.
Tyrek Ty  
Tyrol   After the Austrian alpine region.
Tyrone Irish The name of a county in Northern Ireland.
Tyrus Latin person from Tyre
Tyson Old French A firebrand.
Tytus Polish An old Roman name.
Tzuriel Hebrew  

 

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Baby Boy Names - U

Baby Boy Names U

Including Top Baby Boy Names and Unique Baby Boy Names

Baby Boy Names Beginning with U

 

Uba African wealthy
Ubul Hungarian  
Udeh Hebrew praise
Udell Anglosaxon From the valley of the Yew trees.
Udit Hindu  
Udo German Prosperity, fortune.
Udolf Old English A prosperous wolf.
Uehudah Hebrew  
Ufuk Turkish  
Ugo Italian Italian form of Hugh. Heart and mind.
Ugod Hungarian name of a clan
Ugor Hungarian Hungarian
Ugur Turkish  
Uilleam Scottish Gaelic Scottish Gaelic form of William. A strong and resolute protector.
Uisdean Scottish  

Ul through Uz

Uland Teutonic The noble land.
Ulbrecht Teutonic Noble splendour.
Ulf Swedish Wolf-like, courageous.
Ulffr Scandinavian  
Ulfred Old English/Teutonic Peace.
Ulmer Old English A famous wolf.
Ulprus Latin  
Ulrich Teutonic A ruler.
Ultan Irish From an old Gaelic name.
Ulucan Turkish  
Ulysses Greek The angry one, wrathful. The famous wanderer of Homer's odyssey.
Umar Arabic Flourishing, long-lived.
Umberto Italian A famous warrior.
Unai Basque  
Unni Norse modest
Unwin Old English The enemy.
Upen Hindu  
Upendra Hindu an element
Upor Hungarian  
Upravda Slavonic The upright one.
Upton Old English From the upper farm or town.
Upwood Old English From the forest on the hill.
Urban Latin A city dweller. The name of several early saints and popes.
Uren Welsh  
Uri Russian God is light. Also see Uriel.
Uriah Russian God is light. A biblical name that is best known from the Charles Dickens character Uriah Heep in David Copperfield. Also see Uriel.
Urie Russian God is light. Also see Uriel.
Uriel Hebrew Light. Also see Uriah.
Urien Welsh Have privileged birth, or born in the town.
Urjavaha Hindu of the Nimi dynasty
Uros Hungarian little lord
Ursel Latin A bear. The masculine version of Ursula.
Urson Old French from Latin A little bear.
Urvan Latin A city dweller.
Usamah Arabic  
Ushnisha Sanskrit A crown.
Usko Finnish Faith.
Usman Arabic An Ottoman Turk, or a servant of God.
Utah   The name of an American State. A boy or girl's name.
Utt Arabic wise and kind
Uttam Hindu 3rd Manu
Uttanka Hindu  
Utz Teutonic A ruler.
Uwain Welsh  
Uwan Aboriginal To meet.
Uwe Scandinavian A well-known Scandinavian name.
Uxio Galician  
Uyeda Japanese From the Rice field.
Uzi Hebrew My strength.
Uzor Hungarian name of an ethnic group
Uzziah Hebrew The power or strength of God.

 

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Baby Boy Names - V

Baby Boy Names V

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Baby Boy Names Beginning with V

 

Vachel Old French A little cow or one who raises cows.
Vaclav Czech Czech form of Wenceslas.
Vadim Russian A powerful ruler.
Vahe Armenian victor
Vaibhav Hindu  
Vail Old English From the valley.
Vairaja Hindu son of Virat
Valdemar Slavonic A powerful ruler.
Valentin Danish/French/Swedish Strong, healthy.
Valentine Latin Strong, healthy. The name of a 3rd-century saint. A boy or girl's name.
Valentino Italian Strong, healthy.
Valeray Old French, Latin valor, strong
Valerian Latin Strong and powerful.
Vallis Old French The Welshman.
Valter Teutonic A mighty ruler.
Vamana Sanskrit Deserving praise.
Van Dutch Generally a prefix to a surname, but also used as a first name. Also from the name Ivan.
Vance Old English A thresher.
Vane Old English From the marsh or fen.
Vaninadh Hindu Husband of Saraswati (the goddess of knowledge)
Vanya Russian Eastern European form of John. From the name Ivan.
Varad Hungarian From the fortress.
Varden Old French From the green hills.
Varian Latin The changeable one.
Varick Icelandic/Tuetonic Icelandic: A sea drifter. Tuetonic: A protecting ruler.
Variya Hindu excellent one
Varkony Hungarian name of an Avar ethnic group
Varocher French  
Varrius   From Shakespeare's play Measure for Measure.
Varsony Hungarian name of an ethnic group
Vartan Armenian A rose.
Varun Hindu lord of the waters
Varuna Sanskrit The God of the night sky.
Vasant Hindu  
Vasava Hindu Indra
Vasilios Greek with royal blood, regal
Vasily Russian Royal, kingly.
Vasu Hindu  
Vasudev Hindu  
Vasudeva Sanskrit The father of the God Krishna.
Vasuman Hindu born of fire
Vaughan Welsh Small.
Vavrin Czech laurel
Vavrinec Czech Lawrence
Vayk Hungarian rich
Vazsony Hungarian  

Ve through Vi

Vedanga Hindu vedas
Vedmundr Scandinavian  
Veer Hindu  
Veit Dutch Dutch form of Guy.
Vekoslav Slavonic Eternal glory.
Vencel Slavic wreath, glory
Vencentio Italian Conqueror, victor.
Venec Breton Gwenneg, Guinoux, Guethenoc, Gwezhenneg
Venn Old English From the marsh or fen.
Ventidius   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens and Antony & Cleopatra
Vere Latin Faithful and loyal.
Vered Hebrew A rose.
Verges   From Shakespeare's play Much Ado About Nothing.
Verner Latin/Scandinavian Latin: Springlike. Scandinavian: The protecting army or warrior.
Vernon Latin Springlike, youthful.
Verrell French Honest.
Viau Breton lively
Victor Latin Winner, conqueror. Also see Vincent.
Vid German sylvan man
Vidal Latin Vital, lively. Also see Vitus and Vivian.
Vidor Hungarian Cheerful.
Vidvan Hindu scholar
Vidya Sanskrit Knowledge. A boy or girl's name.
Vijay Sanskrit Strong and victorious.
Vikas Hindu progress
Vikram Hindu glorious king
Vikrant Hindu  
Viktor Czech/German/Polish/Scandinavian The conqueror. Also see Vincent.
Vilem Czech A strong and resolute protector.
Vilhehn Scandinavian A strong and resolute protector.
Viljalmr Scandinavian  
Vilmos Hungarian A strong and resolute protector.
Vimal Sanskrit Pure.
Vinay Hindu good behaviour
Vince Latin Conqueror, victor.
Vincent Latin Conqueror, victor.
Vincentio Italian Conqueror, victor.
Vineet Hindu  
Vinnie Latin Conqueror, victor.
Vinny Latin Conqueror, victor.
Vinod Hindu  
Vinson Latin Conqueror, victor.
Vipin Hindu  
Vipul Hindu  
Viraj Hindu  
Virasana Hindu  
Virat Hindu supreme being
Virgil Latin Strong.
Visant Breton  
Vishal Hindu  
Vishnu Sanskrit The protector. An important Hindu God.
Visvajit Hindu one who conquers the universe
Visvakarman Hindu architect, son of Yogasiddha
Visvayu Hindu brother of Amavasuand Satayu
Viswanath Hindu  
Vitale Latin Lively. Also see vitus and Vivian.
Vitoz Hungarian brave warrior
Vito Latin conquerer
Vittore Italian The conqueror. Also see Vincent.
Vittorio Spanish The conqueror. Also see Vincent.
Vitus Latin Life. The name of a Sicilian child saint. Also see Vitale and Vivian.
Vivatma Hindu universal soul
Vivek Hindu  
Vivian Latin Gracious in life or lively. A boy or girl's name.

Vl through Vy

Vladilen Russian  
Vladimir Slavonic Prince. A powerful ruler.
Vladislav Slavonic A glorious ruler. Also see Ladislav.
Volf Jewish Jewish form of Wolfe. .
Volker German  
Volney Teutonic Of the people.
Voltimand   From Shakespeare's play Hamlet.
Vortigern Celtic A great king.
Voteporix Latin  
Vougay Breton Vouga, Nonna
Vyasa Sanskrit The arranger.
Vyvyan Cornish From an old surname. A boy or girl's name.

 

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Baby Boy Names - W

Baby Boy Names W

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Baby Boys Names Beginning with W

 

Wade Old English A wanderer, or from the river crossing.
Wagner Dutch A wagon driver or wagon-maker.
Wahib Arabic The generous one.
Wahnond Teutonic The mighty protector.
Wain Old English A cart or wagon-maker.
Waine Old English A cart or wagon-maker.
Wainwright Old English A cart or wagon-maker.
Waite Old English A watchman or guard.
Wakefield Old English wet field
Wakeman Old English A watchman.
Walby Old Norse/Old English The farm by the ancient wall.
Walchelim Anglo-Norman  
Waldemar Dutch/German/Scandinavian A powerful ruler.
Walden Old English From the valley in the forest.
Waldo Teutonic The ruler.
Walenty Polish Strong, healthy.
Waleran Anglo-Norman  
Walford Old English From the ford over the stream.
Walid Arabic The newborn boy.
Walker Old English A fuller. One who thickens cloth.
Wallace Old French A foreigner, particularly a Welshman.
Walmer Old English The pool of the Welsh.
Walpole Old English From the pool by the ancient wall.
Walsh Old French A foreigner, particularly a Welshman.
Walter Teutonic An army general.
Walton Old English From the farm or town of the foreigners.
Walwyn Old English A powerful friend.
Waman Hindu  
Wang Chinese Kingly.
Warburton Old English From the fortress town.
Ward Old English A guard or watchman.
Wardell Old English From the valley of the River Wear.
Warfield Old English The field by the stream.
Warley Old English From the cattle pasture.
Warmund Old English A loyal protector.
Warner Teutonic The protecting army or warrior.
Warra Aboriginal Water.
Warrain Aboriginal Belonging to the sea.
Warren Old French/Old English To preserve. The gamepark keeper.
Warrigal Aboriginal Wild, or a dingo.
Warrun Aboriginal The sky.
Warton Old English A lookout point.
Warwick Old English From the dairy farm at the weir. An English placename.
Waseem Arabic  
Washington Old English Town of the smart.
Wasim Arabic The handsome one.
Wassily Sanskrit The God of the night sky.
Watkin Old English The son of Walter. Or an army general.
Watson Old English son of Walter
Waverley Old English To wave. From the village of the Aspen trees.
Waverly Old English from the tree-lined meadow
Wayde angel from God Waydee
Wayland Old English From the land by the crossroads or roadway.
Wayne Old English A cart or wagon-maker. Actor John Wayne helped to make this popular as a first name.

Boy Names Starting With We

Webb Old English A weaver.
Webster Old English A weaver.
Welby Old Norse/Old English From the farm by the spring.
Welch Old French A foreigner, particularly a Welshman.
Welcome English welcome guest
Weldon Old English From the hill with a spring.
Welford Old English From the ford by the willows.
Wellington Old English From the rich man's farm.
Wells Old English From the spring or well.
Welsh Old French A foreigner, particularly a Welshman.
Wen Chinese Cultured, or ornamental.
Wenceslas Slavonic Great glory. A 10th-century bohemian saint.
Wendell Teutonic Valley or wanderer.
Wendron Cornish A placename.
Wenlock Old Welsh From the holy monastery.
Wentworth Old English Estate of the white-haired one, or a winter estate.
Werner Teutonic Warin warrior
Wesley Old English The west meadow.
West Old English Weston, Westbrook, Westby, Westcott, Weston, Westleigh
Weston Old English From the Western farm or town.
Westwood Old English From the wood to the west.
Wetherby Old English From the sheep farm.
Weylin Celtic The son of the wolf.
Weymouth Old English The mouth of the River Wey.

Wh through Wi

Wheatley Old English From the wheat meadow.
Wheaton Old English wheat town
Wheeler Old English A wheel-maker.
Whetu Polynesian A star.
Whit Old English white
Whitby Old English The white town.
Whitcombe Old English From the wide valley.
Whitfield Old English The white field.
Whitford Old English From the white ford.
Whitley Old English The white meadow or clearing.
Whitmore Old English From the white moor.
Whitney Old English From the white island. A boy or girl's name.
Whittaker Old English The white field.
Wickham Old English From the meadow homestead.
Wid Welsh  
Wieslav Slavic one with great glory
Wihtred Anglo-Saxon  
Wilbur Old English The resolute one.
Wiley Old English Wily or beguiling.
Wilford Old English The ford in the willows.
Wilfred Teutonic Desirous of peace. A peacemaker.
Wilkes Old English A strong and resolute protector.
Wilkie Old English A strong and resolute protector.
Will   From the name William, but sometimes used as an independent name.
Willard Old English Resolute and brave.
William Teutonic A strong and resolute protector.
Willis Old English A strong and resolute protector.
Willoughby Old Norse/Old English From the farm by the willows.
Wilmer Teutonic Famously resolute. From a similar origin to that of William.
Wilmot Teutonic Of resolute mind. Originally from the name William.
Wilson Old English from Teutonic The son of William. A strong and resolute protector.
Wilton Old English From the farm by the stream.
Wim Dutch/German A strong and resolute protector.
Winchester Old English Roman site.
Windsor Old English From the river bank or landing place.
Winog Breton  
Winslow Old English Hill of victory.
Winston Old English Victory town.
Winter Old English Born in the winter months. A boy or girl's name.
Winthrop Old English From a friend's village.
Winton Old English From a friend's farm.
Wirrin Aboriginal A tea-tree.
Wistan Old English The battle stone.
Witton Old English A farm by the wood.

Wo through Wy

Wolf English wolf
Wolfe Teutonic Wolf-like, courageous.
Wolfgang Teutonic Path of a wolf.
Wolfram Teutonic The wolf raven.
Wolter Dutch Dutch form of Walter.
Woodburn Old English From the stream in the wood.
Woodley Old English The meadow or clearing in the forest.
Woodrow Old English The path through the woods.
Woodward Old English A forester, a forest guardian.
Woody   The path through the woods.
Woorak Aboriginal From the plain.
Woorin Aboriginal The sun.
Worcester Old English Roman site. An English city.
Wren Old English A tiny bird. A boy or girl's name.
Wright Old English A carpenter or craftsman.
Wulfhere Anglo-Saxon  
Wulfnoth Anglo-Saxon  
Wyatt Teutonic The wide one, or from the wood or water.
Wyber Old English A battle fortress.
Wyburn Old English A battle hero.
Wye Teutonic The wide one, or from the wood.
Wykeham Old English From the meadow homestead.
Wylie Old English Wily or beguiling. A boy or girl's name.
Wyman Old English A warrior.
Wyndam Old English the field with the winding path
Wyndham Old English From the battle protector's homestead.
Wynford Welsh From the white ford.
Wynn Welsh The fair or blessed one.
Wynston Old English From a friend's estate or town.
Wynton Old English From a friend's farm.
Wyome Native American plain
Wystan Old English The battle stone.

 

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Baby Boy Names Beginning with X

 

Xan Galician Xian, Xoan
Xanthus Greek Golden-haired.
Xanti Basque  
Xavier Arabic/Spanish Arabic: Bright. Spanish: Of the new house.
Xenophon Greek Strange voices, or strong sounding.
Xenos Greek A stranger.
Xerxes Persian A king or ruler. The name of a famous Persian king.
Xiao Galician  
Ximen Spanish Spanish form of Simon. The listener.
Ximenes Spanish Spanish form of Simon. The listener.
Ximens Spanish Spanish form of Simon. The listener.
Ximun Basque Basque form of Simon.
Xurxo Galician  
Xylon Basque Basque form of Simon.

 

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Baby Boy Names - Y

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Baby Boy Names Beginning with Y

 

Yadon Hebrew he will judge
Yael Hebrew A wild goat. A boy or girl's name.
Yahto Native American blue
Yakecan Dene Indian sky, song
Yakov   The modern Jewish and Russian form of Jacob. Held by the heel.
Yale Old English/Tuetonic Old English: From the corner of the land. Tuetonic: The one who pays.
Yan Hebrew God?s grace
Yancy Native American The Englishman. The word later became `Yankee'.
Yanis Hebrew God's gift
Yannick French Yannig, Vann
Yannis Greek Greek form of John.
Yaphet Hebrew Youthful.
Yardley Old English From the enclosed meadow.
Yarin Hebrew to understand
Yarn Breton Form of John.
Yarran Aboriginal An Acacia tree.
Yasar Arabic  
Yash Hindu  
Yashodhar Hindu Yashodhara
Yashovarman Hindu  
Yashpal Hindu  
Yasir Arabic Wealthy.
Yasuo Japanese peaceful one
Yates Middle English The keeper of the gates.
Yazid Arabic Ever increasing.
Yefrem Russian Fruitful. One of the sons of Joseph in the Bible.
Yehuda Jewish The praised one.
Yehudi Hebrew Praise to the Lord or aperson from Judah. A boy or girl's name.
Yener Turkish  
Yered Hebrew Form of Jared.
Yerik Russian appointed by God
Yervant Armenian an Armenian king
Yeshaya Hebrew  
Yeshe Tibetan/Sherpa Wise one.
Yestin Welsh Welsh form of Justin. Just or true.
Yevgeni Russian The noble, well-bon one.

Yi through Yv

Yigael Hebrew God will redeem.
Yigit Turkish  
Yileen Aboriginal A dream.
Yitzaak Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one.
Yitzak Hebrew Laughter, the laughing one.
Yngvar Norse of Ing?s army
Ynyr Welsh Honour.
Yobachi African pray to God
Yoel Hebrew The Lord is God.
Yogendra Hindu  
Yogesh Hindu  
Yogi Japanese one of the yoga practice
Yona Hebrew/Native American Hebrew: A dove. Native American: A bear. A boy or girl's name.
Yong Korean The brave one.
Yoram Hebrew The Lord is exalted.
Yorick Greek A tiller of the soil (farmer). From the name George.
York Celtic/Old English Celtic: The farm of the Yew tree. Old English: A boar farm.
Yosef Hebrew God shall add.
Yoshifumi Japanese  
Yoshimitsu Japanese  
Yoshiyuki Japanese  
Ysgarran Welsh  
Yuan Chinese The original.
Yudhajit Hindu  
Yuka Aboriginal A tree.
Yukio Japanese gets what he wants, God will nourish
Yul Latin A Roman family name, possibly meaning youthful. Born in July.
Yule Old English Born at Christmas.
Yuma Native American The son of a chief.
Yuri Aboriginal/Japanese/Russian Aboriginal: To hear. Also the Russian form of George. A boy or girl's name.
Yusuf Arabic Arabic form of Joseph.
Yutaka Japanese  
Yves French The little archer.

 

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