Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Aaron

High mountain

Hebrew

Adam

Man

Hebrew

Adler

Eagle

German

Adrian

From Hadria

Latin

Aiden

Little fire

Irish

Ajax

“The birdman,” from the Greek aia.

Greek

Alcott

The old cottage

English

Alessio
Alexander

Defender of man

Greek

Alfred

Elf or magical counsel

English

Ali

Sublime

Arabic

Allen

Little rock

English

Anakin

Warrior

American

Andres

Manly

Spanish

Andrew

Manly and powerful

Greek

Angel

Messenger of God

Greek

Angelo

Messenger of God

Italian

Ansel

Follower of a nobleman

French

Anthony

Unknown meaning

Latin

Antonio

Unknown meaning

Italian

Apollo

Destroyer

Greek

Archer

Bowman

English

Arthur

Bear

Celtic

Asher

Happy and blessed

Hebrew

Atlas

Enduring

Greek

Atticus

From Attica

Latin

Audric

Old

German

Austin

Great

English

Avery

Elf counsel

English

Axel

My father is peace

Scandinavian

Bancroft

Field of beans

English

Barlow

The bare hillside

English

Baxter

Baker

English

Benedict

Blessed

Latin

Benito

Blessed

Latin

Benjamin

A favorite son

Hebrew

Bennett

Blessed

English

Blaze

Stutter

Latin

Bodhi

Awakening

Indian (Sanskrit)

Bradley

Broad meadow

English

Brady

Descendant of Bradach

Irish

Brayden

Son of Bradan

Irish

Brent

Hill, mount

English

Brixton

Stone of Brixi

English

Brody

Ditch

Scottish

Bronx

Bronck's Land

American

Bryan

High and noble

English

Bryce

Speckled

English

Bryson

Son of Brice

English

Burke

From the fortified settlement

French

Byron

At the byres or barn

English

Caesar

Head of hair

Latin

Cairo

Victorious

Arabic

Caleb

Whole heart

Hebrew

Calix

Very Handsome

Greek

Callahan

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

Cameron

Crooked nose

Scottish

Camilo

Helper to the priest

Latin

Campbell

Crooked mouth

Scottish

Carson

Son of Carr

Scottish

Carter

Cart user

English

Cash

Case

English

Cato

All-knowing

Latin

Charles

Free man

German

Charlie

Free man

English

Chase

Hunter

English

Chauncey

Office holder

English

Christopher

Bearing Christ

English

Clement

Merciful

Latin

Cliff

Cliff-side slope

English

Clifford

Cliff-side ford

English

Clifton

Town by the cliff

English

Clinton

Fenced settlement

English

Clive

Cliff, slope

English

Clyde

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

Scottish

Cody

Pillow

Irish

Cole

Charcoal

English

Coleman

“The cabbage grower,” from tbe Anglo-Saxon caul (cabbage) and man (a man).

Gaelic

Colin

Cub

English

Collier

Coal miner

English

Colton

Charcoal settlement

English

Conan

Hound, wolf; high

Irish

Connor

Dog lover

Irish

Constantine

Constant, steadfast

Latin

Cooper

Barrel maker

English

Creighton

Border or boundary settlement

Scottish

Crosby

At the cross

Scandinavian

Cruz

Holy cross

Spanish

Cyrus

Lord

Persian

Dakota

Friend and ally

Native American

Dale

Valley

English

Damian

To tame

Greek

Daniel

God is My Judge

Hebrew

Darius

Maintains possessions well

Persian

Dashiell

Unknown

English

David

Beloved

Hebrew

Dawson

Son of David

English

Declan

Full of goodness

Irish

Demetrius

Follower of Demeter

Greek

Dempsey

Proud

Irish

Derek

Ruler of the people

English

Desmond

From South Munster

Irish

Dex

Right-handed, fortunate; one who dyes

Latin

Dexter

Right-handed, fortunate; one who dyes

Latin

Diego

Saint James

Spanish

Dixon

Son of Dick

English

Dominic

Of the Lord

Latin

Dudley

People's field

English

Duke

Leader

Latin

Dustin

Brave warrior; dusty area

German

Dwight

White or blond

English

Dylan

Great tide

Welsh

Easton

East town

English

Edgar

Wealthy spear

English

Eduardo

Wealthy guard

Spanish

Edward

Wealthy guard

English

Eli

Ascension

Hebrew

Elias

My God is Yahweh

Hebrew

Elijah

My God is Yahweh

Hebrew

Elliot

My God is Yahweh

English

Ellis

My God is Yahweh

English

Emery

Home strength

English

Enoch

Trained, vowed, dedicated; profound

Hebrew

Enos

Man

Hebrew

Enzo

From Laurentum

Italian

Ephraim

Fruitful

Hebrew

Eric

Everlasting ruler

Scandinavian

Essex

Eastern

English

Ethan

Enduring and strong

Hebrew

Evan

God is gracious

Welsh

Everett

Brave boar

English

Ezekiel

God will strengthen

Hebrew

Ezra

Help

Hebrew

Fairbanks

Bank along the pathway

English

Fairfax

Blond

English

Falco

Latin

Falcon

Latin

Fallon
Farley

Meadow of the sheep; meadow of the bulls

English

Felix

Happy and lucky

Latin

Fender

From the defender

English

Fenwick

Village on the marsh

English

Fergus

Supreme man; highest choice

Scottish

Ferris

“(A man of) iron,” from the Latin ferrum, iron.

Irish

Fielder

The field

English

Fields
Finley

Fair warrior

Scottish

Finn

Fair

Irish

Fletcher

Arrow-maker

English

Floyd

Gray-haired

Welsh

Flynn

Ruddy-complected

Irish

Forrest

Woodsman; woods

French

Fox

Fox

English

Francis

Frenchman; free man

Latin

Franco

Frenchman; free man

Latin

Frederick

Peaceful ruler

German

Freedom

English

Frey

Lord, exalted one

Scandinavian

Frisco

Spanish

Gabriel

God is my strength

Hebrew

Galen

Calm

Greek

Garner

To gather grain

English

Garrett

Spear rule

English

Garrison

Spear-fortified town; protection, stronghold

English

Gatlin

Companion

English

Gavin

Little white falcon

Welsh

George

Farmer

Greek

Giovanni

God is gracious

Italian

Goodwin

Good friend

English

Grady

Descendant of nobility

Irish

Granger

Farmer

French

Grayson

Son of the steward

English

Gregory

Watchful

Greek

Griffith

Strong chief

Welsh

Guy

Wood

German

Hamilton

Flat-topped hill

English

Harley

Hare meadow; the long field

English

Harrison

Son of Harry

English

Hartley

Stag meadow

English

Hawk

Falcon, bird of prey

English

Heath

Heath

English

Hendrix

Son of Hendrick

English

Henry

Home ruler

English

Homer

Security, pledge; hostage

Greek

Hudson

Son of Hudd

English

Hunter

Hunter

English

Huxley

Hugh's meadow

English

Ian

God is gracious

Scottish

Isaac

He will laugh

Hebrew

Isaiah

God is salvation

Hebrew

Ivan

God is gracious

Slavic

Jace

To heal

American

Jack

God is gracious

English

Jackson

Son of Jack

English

Jacob

Supplanter

Hebrew

James

Supplanter

English

Jameson

Son of James

English

Jarvis

“A mender of pots and pans; a tinker.” Based on the Latin gero (carry) and vas (a vessel).

French

Jason

To heal

Greek

Jasper

Treasurer

English

Javier

New house

Spanish

Jax

Son of Jack

English

Jeremiah

God will exalt

Hebrew

Jesse

Gift

Hebrew

Jett

Black

English

John

God is gracious

Hebrew

Johnson

Son of John

English

Jonah

Dove

Hebrew

Jonas

Dove

Hebrew

Jonathan

God has given

Hebrew

Jones
Jorah

First rain or autumn rain

Hebrew

Jordan

To descend

Hebrew

Joseph

Jehovah will increase

Hebrew

Joshua

God is salvation

Hebrew

Josiah

God supports

Hebrew

Julian

Young at heart

Latin

Justice

To deliver what is just

English

Kade

From the wetlands

Scottish

Kane

Battle

Irish

Keenan

Ancient

Irish

Kingsley

King's meadow

English

Kirby

Settlement by a church

German

Kirk

Church

Scandinavian

Knox

Round hill

English

Koda

Friend

Native American

Kylo

Sky

American

Lachlan

From the land of lakes

Irish

Lance

Lancet

French

Landon

Long hill

English

Laurence

From Laurentum

Latin

Lee

Pasture or meadow

English

Leland

Plowed land

English

Lennox

With many elm trees

Scottish

Leo

Lion

Latin

Leon

Lion

Greek

Leonardo

Brave lion

Italian

Leonidas

Lion strength

German

Levi

Joined together

Hebrew

Liam

Helmet of will

Irish

Lincoln

Lake colony

English

Lloyd

Gray-haired; sacred

Welsh

Logan

Small hollow

Scottish

Luca

From Lucania

Italian

Lucas

From Lucania

Latin

Lucian

Light

Latin

Luke

From Lucania

Greek

Maddox

Son of Madoc

Welsh

Malachi

My messenger

Hebrew

Mann

Man

German

Marlow

Driftwood

English

Marsden

Swampy valley

English

Marshall

Caretaker of horses

English

Mason

Stoneworker

English

Mateo

Gift of God

Spanish

Matthew

Gift of God

Hebrew

Mattis

Gift of God

Scandinavian

Maverick

Independent one

American

Maxim

Greatest

Latin

Maximilian

Greatest

Latin

Mercer

Storekeeper

English

Merrell

Sparkling sea

English

Michael

Who is Like God?

Hebrew

Milan

Eager, laborious or rival; a coming together

Slavic

Miles

Soldier

Latin

Milo

Soldier

German

Monroe

Mouth of the river Rotha, in Ireland

Scottish

Nehemiah

God comforts

Hebrew

Nicholas

Victory of the people

Greek

Noah

To rest

Hebrew

Nolan

Child of nobility

Irish

Norcross

From the north cross roads

English

Oliver

Olive tree

English

Onyx

Precious gemstone

Latin

Otto

Wealth

German

Owen

Noble born

Welsh

Parker

Keeper of the park

English

Patrick

Nobleman

Latin

Patton

Fighter's town

English

Paxon

Poecc's settlement

English

Paxton

Poecc's settlement

English

Peter

Stone

Greek

Phineas

Oracle

Hebrew

Phoenix

Dark red

Greek

Pierce

A variant form of Peter.

Greek

Pressley

Priest's meadow

English

Raiden

Thunder and lightning

Japanese

Randolph

Wolf shield

German

Red
Redmond

A variant spelling of Redmund.

German

Reed

Red

English

Reid

Red-haired

English

Rex

King

Latin

Rhett

Advice

English

Robert

Bright fame

German

Rodney

Roda's island; island near the clearing

German

Roger

Famous spearman

German

Roman

One from Rome

Latin

Romney

Winding river

Welsh

Rory

Red king

Irish

Ross

Headland, cape

Scottish

Russell

Little red

English

Ryan

Little king

Irish

Ryder

Mounted warrior

English

Samson

Sun

Hebrew

Samuel

Name of God

Hebrew

Sawyer

Wood Cutter

English

Sean

God is gracious

Irish

Sebastian

Venerable or honorable

Greek

Seth

Appointed

Hebrew

Sheldon

Steep valley

English

Silas

Man of the forest

Latin

Smith

Blacksmith

English

Steele

Like steel

English

Stephen

Crown

English

Sterling

Genuine, of high quality

English

Stone

Stone

English

Sutton

Southern settlement

English

Sven

Boy, lad

Scandinavian

Tennessee

Native American