Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Abner

Father of light

Hebrew

Aero

Sky

Greek

Ajax

โ€œThe birdman,โ€ from the Greek aia.

Greek

Akuna

To Know or Follow

Aboriginal

Aldo

Old one, elder

Spanish

Alfie

Elf or magical counsel; ready for battle

German

Alix

Man's defender, warrior

Greek

Amadeus

God's love

Latin

Amato

God's love

Latin

Amir

Prince

Arabic

Angel

Messenger of God

Greek

Angelito

Little angel

Spanish

Angus

One choice

Celtic

Anubis

Egyptian god of the dead

Egyptian

Apollo

Destroyer

Greek

Archie

A diminutive form of Archibald.

English

Ares

Ruin

Greek

Argus

Vigilant guardian

Greek

Arlo

Armed hill

English

Ash

Of the ash tree

English

Astro

Of the Stars

Greek

Atlas

Enduring

Greek

Atreus

Fearless

Greek

Axel

My father is peace

Scandinavian

Aziz

The All-Powerful

Arabic

Balbo

Mutterer

Latin

Balto

Baal protect the king

Ancient

Banjo

Banjo

English

Barnabas

Son of consolation

Spanish

Barney

A diminutive form of Barnabas and Bernard.

Modern

Basto

A short Italian form of Sebastian.

Italian

Baxter

Baker

English

Bello

Beautiful, Handsome

Italian

Berto

Illustrious

English

Bishop

Bishop

English

Blake

Black or pale

English

Bob

A diminutive form of Robert.

English

Boris

Small; battle glory

Slavic

Bravo

Excellent, courageous

Italian

Brax

Form of Brock

English

Briggs

Bridges

English

Brock

Badger-like

English

Bronco

Rough, unbroken horse

Spanish

Bronx

Bronck's Land

American

Bruno

Brown

German

Buster

Tough guy

English

Buzz

Short for Busby

American

Casimir

Famous destroyer (of peace)

Slavic

Cassius

โ€œThe helmeted warrior,โ€ based on the Latin cassis, a helmet.

Latin

Cato

All-knowing

Latin

Cecil

Blind; sixth

Welsh

Charlie

Free man

English

Chauncey

Office holder

English

Chico

Boy, lad

Spanish

Cinco

Five, Fifth Born

Spanish

Claudius

Lame

Latin

Cloud

Visible Vapor

American

Clovis

Renowned fighter

German

Cody

Helpful

Irish

Colby

Swarthy person's settlement

Scandinavian

Cole

Charcoal

English

Corey

Hill hollow

Irish

Cosmo

Order, organization, beauty

Italian

Cruz

Holy cross

Spanish

Cyrus

Lord

Persian

Dale

Valley

English

Darwin

Dear friend

English

Dash

Diminutive of Dashiell

English

Davey

Beloved

Hebrew

Davos

Created name

American

Dawson

Son of David

English

Dax

Place name

French

Desta

Joy, Happiness

African

Dex

Right-handed, fortunate; one who dyes

Latin

Dexter

Right-handed, fortunate; one who dyes

Latin

Dietz

People's ruler

German

Dorado

Golden

Spanish

Doug

Black river

Scottish

Draco

Dragon

English

Drago

Dragon

English

Drake

Dragon

English

Duke

Leader

Latin

Dusty

Brave warrior; dusty area

German

Elvis

Unknown

English

Elwood

Old, noble woods

English

Erix

Forever or alone, ruler

Scandinavian

Ernie

Serious; battle to the death

German

Fabio

An Italian form of Fabius.

Irish

Felix

Happy and lucky

Latin

Fender

From the defender

English

Fergie

Supreme man; highest choice

Scottish

Fergus

Supreme man; highest choice

Scottish

Ferris

โ€œ(A man of) iron,โ€ from the Latin ferrum, iron.

Irish

Fido

Faithful

Latin

Finn

Fair

Irish

Fisher

Fisherman

English

Fitz

Son of

French

Flip

Short form of Phillip; to flip

American, Latin

Flynn

Ruddy-complected

Irish

Fonz

Ready for battle

Spanish

Franco

Frenchman; free man

Latin

Frankie

Frenchman; free man

Latin

Freddy

Elf or magical counsel; peaceful ruler

German

Fritz

A nickname for Friedrich, Frederick, etc.

German

George

Farmer

Greek

Gino

Short form of names ending in -gino

Italian

Golden

Little golden one

English

Granger

Farmer

French

Gray

Gray-haired

English

Griffin

Strong in faith

Welsh

Grover

Grove of trees

English

Gunner

Warrior

Scandinavian

Gus

Short form of Augustus

Latin

Hamlet

Village, home

German

Hank

Home ruler

German

Harley

Hare meadow; the long field

English

Harvey

Battle ready

English

Hendrix

Son of Hendrick

English

Henry

Home ruler

English

Hercules

Hera's glory

Greek

Hero

Brave One of the People

Greek

Huck

Short form of Huckleberry

American

Hugo

โ€œAn intellectual,โ€ from the Germanic hugu, the mind.

Latin

Hunter

Hunter

English

Huntley

Meadow of the hunter

English

Iggy

Fiery

English

Ike

Laughter

Hebrew

Indy

Independent or Indian

American

Ipo

Sweetheart, lover

Polynesian

Jace

To heal

American

Jack

God is gracious

English

Jackson

Son of Jack

English

Jaco

He who supplants

Hebrew

Jacoby

He who supplants

Hebrew

Jagger

Carter

English

Jake

Supplanter

English

Jasper

Treasurer

English

Jax

Son of Jack

English

Jaxon

Son of Jack

English

Jazz

Music style

American

Jed

A short form of Jedidiah

Hebrew

Jengo

Building

African

Jett

Black

English

Jex

Variant of Jax

English

Jiles

Small goat

Greek

Jockey

Rider

English

Jocko

God is gracious

Hebrew

Jody

Jehovah increases

Hebrew

Joey

Jehovah increases

Hebrew

Jorah

First rain or autumn rain

Hebrew

Julius

Youthful and downy

Greek

Junior

The younger one

Latin

Juniper

Juniper bush

English

Kai

Sea

Polynesian

Kaipo

Sweetheart

Polynesian

Kairo

Victorious One

English

Kaizer

Alternative spelled of Kaiser

German

Kash

Case or money

English

Kaz

Famous destroyer (of peace)

Slavic

Kermit

Without envy

Irish

Kester

Bearing Christ

Greek

Kimo

Variant of Jim

Polynesian

King

King

English

Kingsley

King's meadow

English

Kip

Pointed hill

English

Kirby

Settlement by a church

German

Knox

Round hill

English

Kobe

Supplanter

Hebrew

Koda

Friend

Native American

Kody

Helpful

English

Kojo

Born on Monday

African

Korbin

Raven-haired

English

Kota

Happiness, Good Fortune

Japanese

Kyler

Narrow strait

English

Kylo

Sky

American

Kyrie

Lord

Greek

Lancelot

Servant

French

Ledger

Speared tribe

English

Legend

Story, fable, myth

English

Lennon

Dear one

Irish

Lennox

With many elm trees

Scottish

Leo

Lion

Latin

Leonidas

Lion strength

German

Lester

From Leicester

English

Lionel

Lion

Latin

Lobo

Wolf

Spanish

London

From the great river

English

Louie

Famous warrior

German

Lucky

Fortunate

Modern

Lynx

Brightness

Greek

Mack

Son of; greatest

Latin

Madden

Little Dog

Irish

Maddox

Son of Madoc

Welsh

Marco

Warlike

Italian

Marley

Meadow near the lake

English

Marmaduke

Follower of Saint Maedoc

Irish

Mason

Stoneworker

English

Maverick

Independent one

American

Max

Greatest

English

Mickey

Who resembles God?

Hebrew

Milo

Soldier

German

Montezuma

Lord Frowns in Anger

Aztec (Nahuatl)

Nico

People of victory

Greek

Nikita

People of victory

Greek

Niles

A variant form of Nicholas.

Irish

Noah

To rest

Hebrew

Norbert

Northern brightness

German

Norman

Northerner

German

Nova

New

Latin

Oliver

Olive tree

English

Ollie

Olive tree

Latin

Onyx

Precious gemstone

Latin

Orville

Gold town

French

Oscar

Friend of deer

Gaelic

Osiris

Mighty

Egyptian, Latin

Otis

Wealth; son of Otto

German

Otto

Wealth

German

Oz

Strength

Hebrew

Ozzy

Spear of the gods; God's power

German

Pablo

A Spanish equivalent of Paul.

Spanish

Paul

Small

Latin

Pavo

Small

Latin

Pax

Peace

Latin

Percy

A diminutive form of Percival.

Latin

Phineas

Oracle

Hebrew

Phoenix

Dark red

Greek

Pietro

Rock

Spanish

Pippin

Name of a king

French

Pippo

Horse lover

Spanish

Prince

Prince

English

Puma

Mountain Lion

Latin

Qasim

Charitable, generous; one who gives to the people

Arabic

Quade

Son of Uaid

Gaelic

Quest

Journey, mission

English

Quincy

Estate of the fifth son

French

Quinn

Descendent of Conn

Irish

Rain

Rain

English

Ralph

Wolf counsel

English

Ramses

Begotten by Ra, the sun god

Egyptian

Randy

A diminutive form of Randolph.

English

Ranger

Forest guardian

French

Reggie

Ruler's advisor

Latin

Rex

King

Latin

Riggs

Son of Rigg

English

Riley

Rye clearing

Irish

Rip

To tear, to rip away

American

Ripken

Determined

German

Ripley

Shouting man's meadow

English

Rogue

Dishonest, Savage or Unpredictable

English

Romeo

Man from Rome

Italian

Rory

Red king

Irish

Roscoe

Deer wood

Scandinavian

Rowdy

Boisterous

English

Ruben

Behold, a son

Hebrew

Rudy

A diminutive form of Rudolph.

German

Rufus

Red-haired

Latin

Rupert

A variant form of Robert.

German

Rusty

Bearing rust; short form of Russell

English

Ryder

Mounted warrior

English

Sage

Healing herb

Latin

Sam

A short form of Samson and Samuel.

American

Sammy

God heard

Hebrew

Scotty

From Scotland, a Scotsman

English

Severus

Serious, stern

Latin

Seymour

Saint-Maur

Latin

Shadow

Shadow, dark shape

English

Shai

Gift

Hebrew

Shiloh

His gift

Hebrew

Simon

He has heard

Hebrew

Skipper

Ship, boss

English

Sol

Prayed for; peace

Hebrew

Sonny

Son

English

Sparky

To scatter

Latin

Sterling

Genuine, of high quality

English

Stevie

Crown, garland

Greek

Storm

Storm

English

Sully

South meadow

English

Talon

Claw

English

Tanner

Leather maker

English

Tate

Cheerful

English

Teddy

Wealthy protector; brave people; God's gift

Greek

Tex

From Texas

American

Theo

God's gift

Greek

Tip

Nickname

American

Toby

Yahweh is Good

Hebrew

Topaz

Golden gem

Latin

Trace

Find or discover

English

Tripp

Third

American

Tripper

Traveler

English

Tucker

Cloth softener

English

Tyson

Firebrand

English

Ugo

A thinker

Italian

Uri

My light, my flame

Hebrew

Usman

Wise; intuitive

Arabic

Valor

Bravery

English

Vance

Marshland

English

Viggo

Battle

Scandinavian

Vito

Life-giving

Latin

Vitor

Champion

Latin

Wade

To ford

English

Waldo

Rule

German

Wally

A diminutive form of Wallace.

French

Watson

Son of Walter

English

Wilder

Hunter

German

Wiley

Crafty

English

Wrigley

Clearing by the river's bend

English

Xander

Defender of man

Greek

Xandro

Defender of man

Greek

Xanto

Golden

Italian

Yates

The gates

English

Ygor

Yew, bow army; farmer

Russian

Yoel

Jehovah is the Lord

Hebrew

Yuma

Son of the Chief

Native American

Yuri

Farmer; form of George

Russian

Yves

Yew

French

Zaki

Chaste, pure

Arabic

Zen

Form of meditation

Japanese

Zeno

Gift of Zeus

Greek

Zeppelin

Airship

English

Zeus

Living

Greek