Country Boy Names & Meanings

Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Abner

Father of light

Hebrew

Ackerley

Oak meadow

English

Alan

Little rock

English

Asher

Happy and blessed

Hebrew

Ashley

Ash meadow

English

Atwood

At the wood

English

Austin

Great

English

Barrett

Quarrelsome

English

Beau

Handsome

French

Bennett

Blessed

English

Benson

Son of Ben

Bentley

Bent grass meadow

English

Blake

Black or pale

English

Blaze

Stutter

Latin

Bo

Scandinavian

Bobby

Bright fame

German

Booker

English

Boone

Good

Latin

Bracken
Brad

Broad, wide

English

Brantley

Fire

English

Brett

From Britanny or Britain

Latin

Briggs

Bridges

English

Brock

Badger-like

English

Brooks

Small stream

English

Bryan

High and noble

English

Bryant

A variant spelling of Briant.

English

Bryson

Son of Brice

English

Bubba

Boy

German

Buck

Male deer

English

Calvin

Hairless one

English

Campbell

Crooked mouth

Scottish

Cane

Stalk of Sugar

English

Cash

Case

English

Chad

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

English

Chambers

Servant of the chambers; chief officer of the household

French

Charleston

Free peasant's settlement

English

Chase

Hunter

English

Chesney

English

Chevy

Horseman; knight

French

Clement

Merciful

Latin

Cliff

Cliff-side slope

English

Clifford

Cliff-side ford

English

Clinton

Fenced settlement

English

Clyde

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

Scottish

Cody

Helpful

Irish

Colton

Charcoal settlement

English

Conroy

Wise advisor or man

Irish

Conway

Holy river; hound of the plain

Welsh

Cooper

Barrel maker

English

Corbin

Raven

English

Corey

Hill hollow

Irish

Crawford

Ford of the crows

English

Crockett

Crook

English

Crosby

At the cross

Scandinavian

Crossley

Meadow of the cross

English

Croy

English

Dallas

Meadow dwelling

Scottish

Dane

From Denmark, Dane

English

Davis

Son of David

English

Decker

Piercing

Hebrew

Denim

Strong cloth

American

Diesel

Diminutive form of Matthias or Dietrich

German

Dodge

English

Dusty

Brave warrior; dusty area

German

Dwight

White or blond

English

Earl

Nobleman, warrior, prince

English

Elroy

The king

French

Elvis

Unknown

English

Elwood

Old, noble woods

English

Flint

Stream

English

Ford

River crossing

English

Forrest

Woodsman; woods

French

Gage

Pledge

English

Garrett

Spear rule

English

Garth

Keeper of the garden

Scandinavian

George

Farmer

Greek

Glen

Glen

Irish

Grant

Great

English

Hackett

Little hewer (of wood)

German

Hank

Home ruler

German

Hartford

Stag ford

English

Hartley

Stag meadow

English

Hayes

Hedged area

English

Houston

Hugh's town; settlement on the hill

Irish

Huck

Short form of Huckleberry

American

Hunter

Hunter

English

Indiana
Jack

God is gracious

English

Jackson

Son of Jack

English

Jameson

Son of James

English

Jason

To heal

Greek

Jed

A short form of Jedid.

Jefferson

Son of Jeffrey

English

Jennings

Little John

English

Jenson

Son of Jan; God is gracious

Scandinavian

Jethro

Eminent

Hebrew

Johnny

God is gracious

Hebrew

Keith

Woodland, forest

Scottish

Knox

Round hill

English

Lance

Lancet

French

Lawson

Son of Lawrence

English

Lee

Pasture or meadow

English

Leroy

The king

French

Livingston

Leofwine's settlement

English

Luke

From Lucania

Greek

Lyle

The island

French

Macon
Madison

Greek

Marsden

Swampy valley

English

Marshall

Caretaker of horses

English

Mason

Stoneworker

English

Maverick

Independent one

American

Maynard

Brave or hard strength

German

McCormick

Scottish

McCoy

Son of Aodh

English

Memphis

Established and beautiful

Greek

Merle

Blackbird

French

Miller

One who grinds grain

English

Mitchell

A variant spelling of Mitchel.

English

Montgomery

Gomeric's hill

French

Nash

By the ash tree

English

Ned

A diminutive form of Edward.

English

Nelson

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

English

Norcross

From the north cross roads

English

Percy

A diminutive form of Percival.

Latin

Prescott

Priest's cottage

English

Presley

Priest's meadow

English

Randy

A diminutive form of Randolph.

English

Redding

Son of the red-haired

English

Reed

Red

English

Rhett

Advice

English

Rodney

Roda's island; island near the clearing

German

Ross

Headland, cape

Scottish

Rowdy

Boisterous

English

Roy

Red

Irish

Russ

Little red

French

Sawyer

Wood Cutter

English

Shelton

Ledge village

English

Stetson

English

Tennessee

Native American

Tex

Modern

Tim

God's honor

Greek

Toby

Yahweh is Good

Hebrew

Trace

Find or discover

English

Trapper

Trapper

American

Travis

To cross over

French

Trevor

Large settlement

Welsh

Tripp
Tucker

Cloth softener

English

Wade

To ford

English

Walker

Fuller of cloth

English

Waylon

Land by the road

English

Wayne

Wagon builder or driver

English

Wes

Western meadow

English

Wesley

Western meadow

English

Westbrook

Western stream

English

Willie

English

Woods

Of the Woods

American

Woody
Wyatt

Brave in battle

English

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