Country Boy Names & Meanings

Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Abner

Father of light

Hebrew

#970 (0.0105%)  
Ackerley

Oak meadow

English

Alan

Little rock

English

#173 (0.1617%)  
Asher

Happy and blessed

Hebrew

#47 (0.4951%)  
Ashley

Ash meadow

English

#2,758 (0.0004%)  
Atwood

At the wood

English

Austin

Great

English

#81 (0.3379%)  
Barrett

Quarrelsome

English

#212 (0.1301%)  
Beau

Handsome

French

#150 (0.1871%)  
Bennett

Blessed

English

#120 (0.2381%)  
Benson

Son of Ben

#456 (0.0432%)  
Bentley

Bent grass meadow

English

#121 (0.2366%)  
Blake

Black or pale

English

#158 (0.178%)  
Blaze

Stutter

Latin

#801 (0.0154%)  
Bo

Scandinavian

#564 (0.0317%)  
Bobby

Bright fame

German

#781 (0.0164%)  
Booker

English

#1,807 (0.0018%)  
Boone

Good

Latin

#656 (0.0233%)  
Bracken
Brad

Broad, wide

English

#2,171 (0.0009%)  
Brantley

Fire

English

#193 (0.151%)  
Brett

From Britanny or Britain

Latin

#741 (0.0184%)  
Briggs

Bridges

English

#618 (0.0266%)  
Brock

Badger-like

English

#536 (0.0344%)  
Brooks

Small stream

English

#161 (0.1712%)  
Bryan

High and noble

English

#232 (0.117%)  
Bryant

A variant spelling of Briant.

English

#659 (0.0229%)  
Bryson

Son of Brice

English

#93 (0.3045%)  
Bubba

Boy

German

Buck

English

Calvin

Hairless one

English

#143 (0.1999%)  
Campbell

Crooked mouth

Scottish

#1,088 (0.0077%)  
Cane

Stalk of Sugar

English

Cash

Case

English

#274 (0.0911%)  
Chad

“The pugnacious one,” from the Welsh cad, battle.

English

#872 (0.013%)  
Chambers

Servant of the chambers; chief officer of the household

French

Charleston

Free peasant's settlement

English

#2,014 (0.0012%)  
Chase

Hunter

English

#112 (0.249%)  
Chesney

English

Chevy

Horseman; knight

French

#1,204 (0.0061%)  
Clement

Merciful

Latin

#2,627 (0.0004%)  
Cliff

Cliff-side slope

English

Clifford

Cliff-side ford

English

#1,179 (0.0066%)  
Clinton

Fenced settlement

English

#1,117 (0.0074%)  
Clyde

“The keeper of the keys,” from the Greek Meidion, a key.

Scottish

#727 (0.0191%)  
Cody

Descendant of Cuidightheach

Irish

#279 (0.0887%)  
Colton

Charcoal settlement

English

#68 (0.3838%)  
Conroy

Wise advisor or man

Irish

Conway

Holy river; hound of the plain

Welsh

#2,032 (0.0012%)  
Cooper

Barrel maker

English

#83 (0.3232%)  
Corbin

Raven

English

#276 (0.0902%)  
Corey

Hill hollow

Irish

#462 (0.0423%)  
Crawford

Ford of the crows

English

#1,641 (0.0025%)  
Crockett

Crook

English

Crosby

At the cross

Scandinavian

#671 (0.0218%)  
Crossley

Meadow of the cross

English

Croy

English

Dallas

Meadow dwelling

Scottish

#286 (0.0863%)  
Dane

From Denmark, Dane

English

#718 (0.0194%)  
Davis

Son of David

English

#493 (0.0385%)  
Decker

Piercing

Hebrew

#948 (0.0111%)  
Denim

Strong cloth

American

#1,139 (0.0071%)  
Diesel

Diminutive form of Matthias or Dietrich

German

#1,714 (0.0022%)  
Dodge

English

Dusty

Brave warrior; dusty area

German

Dwight

White or blond

English

#1,587 (0.0028%)  
Earl

Nobleman, warrior, prince

English

#1,518 (0.0032%)  
Elroy

The king

French

#2,895 (0.0004%)  
Elvis

English

#1,128 (0.0072%)  
Elwood

Old, noble woods

English

Flint

Stream

English

#1,825 (0.0017%)  
Ford

River crossing

English

#612 (0.0271%)  
Forrest

Woodsman; woods

French

#552 (0.0325%)  
Gage

Pledge

English

#369 (0.0602%)  
Garrett

Spear rule

English

#320 (0.0724%)  
Garth

Keeper of the garden

Scandinavian

George

Farmer

Greek

#127 (0.2221%)  
Glen

Glen

Irish

#1,914 (0.0015%)  
Grant

Great

English

#182 (0.1564%)  
Hackett

Little hewer (of wood)

German

Hank

Home ruler

German

#449 (0.0445%)  
Hartford

Stag ford

English

Hartley

Stag meadow

English

#2,483 (0.0005%)  
Hayes

Hedged area

English

#336 (0.0686%)  
Houston

Hugh's town; settlement on the hill

Irish

#715 (0.0196%)  
Huck

Short form of Huckleberry

American

#1,220 (0.0059%)  
Hunter

Hunter

English

#57 (0.4404%)  
Indiana
#1,658 (0.0025%)  
Jack

God is gracious

English

#28 (0.643%)  
Jackson

Son of Jack

English

#17 (0.7514%)  
Jameson

Son of James

English

#91 (0.3067%)  
Jason

To heal

Greek

#100 (0.2794%)  
Jed

A short form of Jedid.

#2,795 (0.0004%)  
Jefferson

Son of Jeffrey

English

#661 (0.0229%)  
Jennings

Little John

English

#1,551 (0.003%)  
Jenson

Son of Jan; God is gracious

Scandinavian

#1,095 (0.0076%)  
Jethro

Eminent

Hebrew

#1,123 (0.0073%)  
Johnny

God is gracious

Hebrew

#350 (0.0654%)  
Keith

Woodland, forest

Scottish

#500 (0.0376%)  
Knox

Round hill

English

#217 (0.1222%)  
Lance

Lancet

French

#636 (0.0249%)  
Lawson

Son of Lawrence

English

#375 (0.059%)  
Lee

Pasture or meadow

English

#667 (0.0221%)  
Leroy

The king

French

#846 (0.014%)  
Livingston

Leofwine's settlement

English

Luke

From Lucania

Greek

#29 (0.6243%)  
Lyle

The island

French

#945 (0.0111%)  
Macon
#2,670 (0.0004%)  
Madison

Greek

#2,230 (0.0009%)  
Marsden

Swampy valley

English

Marshall

Caretaker of horses

English

#346 (0.0659%)  
Mason

Stoneworker

English

#9 (0.9051%)  
Maverick

Independent one

American

#73 (0.3644%)  
Maynard

Brave or hard strength

German

McCormick

Scottish

McCoy

Son of Aodh

English

#959 (0.0108%)  
Memphis

Established and beautiful

Greek

#451 (0.0437%)  
Merle

Blackbird

French

Miller

One who grinds grain

English

#831 (0.0144%)  
Mitchell

A variant spelling of Mitchel.

English

#628 (0.0255%)  
Montgomery

Gomeric's hill

French

#1,190 (0.0065%)  
Nash

By the ash tree

English

#254 (0.1007%)  
Ned

A diminutive form of Edward.

English

Nelson

“The son of Nell or Neal,” from Nell or Neal and son.

English

#642 (0.0245%)  
Norcross

From the north cross roads

English

Percy

A diminutive form of Percival.

Latin

#2,264 (0.0008%)  
Prescott

Priest's cottage

English

#2,482 (0.0005%)  
Presley

Priest's meadow

English

#1,420 (0.0039%)  
Randy

A diminutive form of Randolph.

English

#647 (0.0239%)  
Redding

Son of the red-haired

English

#2,644 (0.0004%)  
Reed

Red

English

#371 (0.0599%)  
Rhett

Advice

English

#167 (0.1661%)  
Rodney

Roda's island; island near the clearing

German

#771 (0.0169%)  
Ross

Headland, cape

Scottish

#1,156 (0.0068%)  
Rowdy

Boisterous

English

#1,300 (0.0049%)  
Roy

Red

Irish

#523 (0.0351%)  
Russ

Little red

French

Sawyer

Wood Cutter

English

#99 (0.2808%)  
Shelton

Ledge village

English

Stetson

English

#559 (0.032%)  
Tennessee

Native American

Tex

Modern

#2,490 (0.0005%)  
Tim

God's honor

Greek

#2,092 (0.0011%)  
Toby

Yahweh is Good

Hebrew

#807 (0.0152%)  
Trace

English

#723 (0.0193%)  
Trapper

Trapper

American

Travis

To cross over

French

#311 (0.0757%)  
Trevor

Large settlement

Welsh

#374 (0.0597%)  
Tripp
#634 (0.025%)  
Tucker

Cloth softener

English

#183 (0.1561%)  
Wade

To ford

English

#354 (0.0646%)  
Walker

Fuller of cloth

English

#263 (0.0959%)  
Waylon

Land by the road

English

#142 (0.2013%)  
Wayne

Wagon builder or driver

English

#745 (0.0181%)  
Wes

Western meadow

English

#997 (0.01%)  
Wesley

Western meadow

English

#105 (0.2627%)  
Westbrook

Western stream

English

Willie

English

#844 (0.014%)  
Woods

Of the Woods

American

Woody
Wyatt

Brave in battle

English

#26 (0.6643%)  

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