Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Alden

Old friend

English

Alexei

Man's defender, warrior; defender, protector

Greek

Alton

Old town

English

Arden

Great forest

Latin

Ashby

Ash tree home

English

Asher

Happy and blessed

Hebrew

Atlas

Enduring

Greek

Atticus

From Attica

Latin

Auden

Old friend

English

August

To increase

Latin

Barclay

Birch tree meadow

Scottish

Baron

Young warrior

Hebrew

Barrett

Quarrelsome

English

Beckett

Bee cottage

English

Blake

Black or pale

English

Booker

English

Bouvier

Ox

Latin

Brennon

Prince; teardrop

Irish

Bridger

Lives near the bridge; bridge-worker

English

Brooks

Small stream

English

Byron

At the byres or barn

English

Callahan

“The wattled cock,” based on the Greek kallaia (wattles) and the Anglo-Saxon hana (a cock).

Callum

Dove

Scottish

Calvin

Hairless one

English

Camden

Valley

English

Caspian

White

English

Colton

Charcoal settlement

English

Corbin

Raven

English

Cormac

Impure son

Irish

Cove
Crosby

At the cross

Scandinavian

Dalton

Valley town

English

Dashiell

Unknown

English

Davier
Davin

Beloved

Welsh

Declan

Full of goodness

Irish

Dexter

Right-handed, fortunate; one who dyes

Latin

Donovan

Darkened

Irish

Ellis

My God is Yahweh

English

Emeric
Emerson

Emery's son

English

Evander

Good man

Greek

Ever

Always

American

Everett

Brave boar

English

Ezra

Help

Hebrew

Fenton

Settlement on the marsh

English

Finn

Fair

Irish

Forrest

Woodsman; woods

French

Foster

Woodsman

English

Garrett

Spear rule

English

Gavin

Little white falcon

Welsh

Gray

Gray-haired

English

Greer

Watchful, vigilant

Greek

Harbor
Hart

Strong, brave; stag

English

Hartley

Stag meadow

English

Heath

Heath

English

Henry

Home ruler

English

Holden

Deep valley

English

Holmes

Holly; islands in the river

English

Huck

Short form of Huckleberry

American

Hudson

Son of Hudd

English

Hugo

“An intellectual,” from the Germanic hugu, the mind.

Latin

Idris

Fiery leader; prophet

Welsh

Indigo

Blue-purple color

English

Isaac

He will laugh

Hebrew

Jacoby

He who supplants

Hebrew

Jarrett

English

Jasper

Treasurer

English

Javier

New house

Spanish

Jenner

Of the Family of Jens/John

English

Jonas

Dove

Hebrew

Jude

Praise

English

Kaden

Son of Cadan

American

Kellan

Slender

Gaelic

Kent

Edge

English

Kieran

Black

Irish

Kinkade

Battle leader

Celtic

Lachlan

From the land of lakes

Irish

Lake
Langston

Long stone

English

Leander

Lion man

Greek

Ledger

Speared tribe

English

Lennon

Dear one

Irish

Lennox

With many elm trees

Scottish

Leo

Lion

Latin

Luca

From Lucania

Italian

Lucien

Light; from Lucanus

Latin

Madden

Little Dog

Irish

Magnus

Great

Latin

Malacai
Marshall

Caretaker of horses

English

Micah

Who is Like God?

Hebrew

Miller

One who grinds grain

English

Nev

New village; holy, sacred; little bone; servant of the saint's disciple

Latin

Nico

People of victory

Greek

North
Nova

New

Latin

Novak

New

Hungarian

Odin

Frenzy

Scandinavian

Olivier

Olive tree

Latin

Orion

Boundary

Greek

Orlando

“The fame of the land,” an Italian variant of Roland, which see.

Spanish

Otto

Wealth

German

Perrin

Rock

English

Phineas

Oracle

Hebrew

Pier

Rock

English

Pierce

A variant form of Peter.

Greek

Quest
Quincy

Estate of the fifth son

French

Quinn

Descendent of Conn

Irish

Remy

From Rheims

French

Rhett

Advice

English

Ridge

Ridge

English

River

Flowing body of water

English

Rohan

Red-haired, red; ascending

Indian (Sanskrit)

Roman

One from Rome

Latin

Rowan

Of the rowan tree

Gaelic

Salem

Peace

Hebrew

Saviero

Spanish

Sebastian

Venerable or honorable

Greek

Shepherd

Shepherd

English

Soren

Danish

Stellan

Star

American

Sully

South meadow

English

Talon

Claw

English

Theo

God's gift

Greek

Tobias

God is good

Hebrew

Torin

Chief

Gaelic

Turner

Wood-worker

English

Urijah

My light is Jehovah

Hebrew

Vance

Marshland

English

Vaughn

Little

Welsh

Vesper

Evening Star

Latin

Vic

Champion

Latin

Walton

Walled town

English

Watson

Son of Walter

English

Wilder

Hunter

German

Wright

Carpenter

English

Wrigley
Wyatt

Brave in battle

English

Zavier

Savior; bright; splendid; new house

Spanish

Zayn

Beautiful

Arabic

Zed

The Lord is just

Hebrew

Zeke

English

Zephyr

West wind

Greek

Zeppelin

Airship

English

Few monikers have the cool factor of aesthetic boy names. These names have a stylish feel that’s modern and bright. They may be a little artsy or somewhat natural, holding everything beautiful in life near and near. Let’s check out some aesthetic baby names together.

Our first stop in aesthetic baby boy names are monikers with literary ties. These names often carry the spirit of the characters that famously wore them. This might mean a little mischief or a noble nature. The Catcher in the Rye’s Holden is a favorite here, along with Atticus from To Kill a Mockingbird. You could try out Asher from The Giver or Sebastian from Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. See Huck, Byron, and Rhett for more aesthetic names for boys with literary ties.

Some aesthetic names for boys have natural vibes, conjuring up gorgeous scenes from the forest and beyond at their mentioning. Jasper is a beloved gemstone option here. Relatively nickname-proof, Jasper is boyish enough for a toddler yet matures with ease, suiting a grown professional as well. River is another option, ushering in a serenity that’s hard to find in boy names. Brooks and Ridge are other standout aesthetic baby names for boys with links to nature.

Surname picks are also common among aesthetic boy names. Booker is one of our favorites with his buttoned-up, schoolboy feel. We can picture a little Booker in a bowtie and suspenders. His friend Barclay is equally cool and comes with the Clay nickname for some extra cool factor. Crosby certainly deserves consideration, too, especially with his Old Hollywood ties from famed singer and actor Bing Crosby. Check out Miller, Quincy, and Watson for similar energy.

Aesthetic boy names don’t fit in a one-size-fits-all category, but that’s probably our favorite thing about them. They’re the rebels of the name world, carrying a cool factor you can’t always explain but love. We hope you find a favorite among our list of cute aesthetic boy names.