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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Boomer

Loud

American

Rockefeller

From Rockenfeld, Germany

American

Jareth

American

Ferlin

Unknown

American

Je-

American

Dadrian

American

Leondre

Form of Leon

American

Jedi

Created Name

American

Edge

Border, End of a Surface

American

Huckleberry

Sweet Berry

American

Jaylan

American

Tommen

Created name

American

Kavon

Combination of K and Avon

American

Latrell

Created name

American

Makale

American

Cricket

Loud Insect of the Night

American

Lannister

Created name

American

Fargo

American

Shayden

Created name

American

Jerek

American

Vashon

God is Gracious, Merciful

American

Deshon

American

Jerone

American

Teneil

Champion or Passionate

American

Zayne

God is gracious

American

American boy names are as vast as the wild west. From cowboy cuties to rogue little ones, this origin is bursting with monikers that you can’t help but fall head over heels for. Discover a new favorite with us.

By nature, American boy names are more modern than their international friends because America is a newer country in comparison. The names may not have reached a timeless feel yet, but eventually they will. In the meantime, they feel fresh, spunky, and full of life. This makes them ideal if you’re seeking something unique and fun.

A popular subgenre of American boy names are African American boy names. Names using the De- prefix meaning “day” are especially common, such as DeAndre and DeVonte. The -ion suffix is also popular, as seen in Damarion and Amarion. This is a popular suffix worldwide rooted in Latin that means “action.” Very fitting for an energetic little guy, right? Other top African American boy names are Ladarius, Marshawn, and Damani.

Among American boy names, a favorite styling is word names. Maverick is the most obvious pick in this section, and his meaning of “independent one” definitely fits a spirited little boy on the go. Denim is another word name on the rise, whose fashion-trending ties make him more than stylish. Huck also has word name roots as a shortened form of huckleberry. Made popular by Mark Twain’s literary series, he’s a boyish pick with a sharp sound that fits in with other strongman names, like Hunter and Chase. There’s Indy, too, a name commonly associated with the state of Indiana, though it can also be short for the word “independent.”

Combination names are popular with American boy names, as seen in Jaxton, a mashup of Jackson and Paxton. Braylon is another moving up on the charts, originating as a combination of Brayden and Waylon. There’s also Tayden, a combo of Taylor and Aiden, and Alexavier, a twist on Alexander and Xavier. Combination names appear in nearly every origin, but they’re especially popular among American boy names. They’re a great way to honor two people at once.

Invented names are another red-hot trend in American boy names. These picks are twists on more established names like Kayson, a K- cousin to the classic Jason. Draven is a major hit thanks to his rock-and-roll styling. Syler is a riff off of Tyler, while Javes is a totally new name with loads of style points behind him. Seriously, doesn’t he sound like a superhero?

Hollywood is a major influence on American boy names, as seen in Anakin and Jedi, two Star Wars favorites that have risen steadily on the charts. Game of Thrones also gave us heaps of American boy names, including Rhaegar, Tywin, and Baratheon. If you want something a little lighter, check out Buzz, a space ranger pick from Toy Story.

Browse our collection of American boy names and see what exciting new names you’ll find.