Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Aaron

High mountain

Hebrew

Adelrick

Noble, regal ruler

German

Aethelfrith

Name of a king

Anglo-Saxon

Aethelred

Noble counsel

English

Ahmar

Immortal

Indian (Sanskrit)

Ahreddan

Rescues

Anglo-Saxon

Ailfred

Elf or magical counsel

English

Alarick

Noble, regal ruler

German

Alec

Scottish

Aleister

Man's defender

Greek

Alfredas

Elf or magical counsel

English

Ambrose

Immortal

Greek

Ambrosius

Immortal

Greek

Ambroz

Immortal

Greek

Andre

Manly

French

Arius

Immortal

Greek

Atanasius

Eternal life

Greek

Athan

Eternal life

Greek

Atherton

Town by the spring

English

Augustus

Great, magnificient

Latin

Balthazar

Baal protect the king

Ancient

Barnabas

Son of consolation

Spanish

Baylor

Deliverer of goods

English

Benedict

Blessed

Latin

Benjamin

A favorite son

Hebrew

Benjen

Created name

American

Brickell

Little bridge

German

Bridger

Lives near the bridge; bridge-worker

English

Caith

From the battlefield

Irish

Caius

Rejoice

Latin

Calbraith
Caradoc

Love

Welsh

Carlisle

Fort at Luguvalium

English

Carrick

Rock

Irish

Ceolfrith

Name of an abbot

Anglo-Saxon

Cepheus

Father of Andromeda

Greek

Ceredig
Conrad

Brave, bold ruler or counsel

German

Cornelius

Horn

Latin

Courtland

Land of the court

English

Crowell

Well at the cross

English

Crowley

Hunch backed

Irish

Demetrius

Follower of Demeter

Greek

Dmitri

Follower of Demeter

Greek

Eddard

Created name

American

Edgar

Wealthy spear

English

Edward

Wealthy guard

English

Eilam

Forever, eternal

Hebrew

Eilif

Immortal

Scandinavian

Eldred

Old, venerable counsel

English

Eleazer

God is my help

Hebrew

Elfred

Elf or magical counsel

English

Elvin

Elf or magical being, friend

English

Emmett

Universal

English

Emrys

Immortal

Welsh

Everett

Brave boar

English

Fang

From the sheep pen

Scottish

Ferdinand

Bold voyager

German

Frederick

Peaceful ruler

German

Frederik

Peaceful ruler

German

Heathcliff

Cliff near a heath

English

Henrick

Strong ruler

English

Hoai

Always, eternal

Vietnamese

Hollister

The holly tree

English

Jasper

Treasurer

English

Kadrick

From the wetlands

Scottish

Keddrick

Kindly and loved

English

Khaldun

Eternal

Arabic

Khaled

Immortal, eternal

Arabic

Khalid

Immortal, eternal

Arabic

Klaus

Victory of the people

German

Klyde

A variant spelling of Clyde.

Lannister

Created name

American

Louis

Famous warrior

French

Midnight

12:00 AM

American

Mortimer

Dead sea

French

Night

Evening

American

Nikolaj

Victory of the people

Danish

Norval

Northern town

French

Red
Redford

Red ford

English

Rodger

Famous spearman

German

Rufus

Red-haired

Latin

Sarmad

Eternal, everlasting

Persian

Spike

English

Thanasis

Eternal life

Greek

Thano

Eternal life

Greek

Theodore

God's gift

Greek

Tristram

“A blustering fellow,” based on the Celtic drest, a tumult.

Celtic

Vlad

Glorious rule

Slavic

Vladamir

Renowned prince

Slavic

Vladimir

Renowned prince

Slavic

Vladislav

Glorious rule

Slavic

Willfred

Desiring peace

English

Vampire names for boys pack a punch of strength and style. Loaded with superhuman powers, vampires are tough beings, so their names have to stand up to that might. This makes them attractive picks for many parents seeking something bold and different.

Generally, vampire names for boys are vintage. This is due in part because vampires are immortal and typically ancient when they’re introduced as a character. This makes monikers like Cornelius, Barnabas, and Balthazar perfect options for boy vampire names. They aren’t common today, but they’re still awesome baby boy names. Some names can straddle being vintage and fitting in with today’s top names, like Benedict and Augustus. They can be dressed down with more modern nicknames like August.

You could turn to meanings to find vampire names for boys, too. Ambrose is an obvious pick, as this handsome Greek name means “immortal.” He also has several variations to pick from, including Ambrosio and Ambrus. Arius is a similar sounding name that also means “immortal,” along with Khalid, an Arabic pick sharing the same meaning. Athan has vampire vibes too, thanks to his meaning of “eternal life.”

With that all said, vampire names for boys in books and movies don’t always seem like an immortal being. In Twilight, you’ll find names popular in modern times like Jasper and Emmett. Both seem gentle, but they’re bloodthirsty vampires in the series. Similarly, Carlisle and Edward seem like cool vintage picks, but also appear as vampires in the books. Caius is a name of distinction in the series, and we absolutely love the sound of this one and can see him working well with today’s top names. Rounding out our highlights of big screen vampire names for boys are Louis, from Interview With a Vampire and Vlad, a name often given to Count Dracula.

Browse our spooky collection of vampire names for boys and see what immortal favorites catch your eye.