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55 Uncommon Baby Boy Names And Meanings

55 Uncommon Baby Boy Names And Meanings

 

55 Uncommon Baby Boy Names And Meanings

55 Uncommon Baby Boy Names And Meanings

Searching for your baby boy’s name is an enjoyable and exciting task. That’s why we want to help by bringing you some of the most interesting names we could find! These uncommon baby boy names with their origins and meanings were inspired by baby names 2023. If you’d like to see all the names in the book you can check the link, or head to your local library!

To make it easier be sure to save these names for later or share them with a friend who is expecting. Your baby boy will be thankful that you put so much time and thought into his lifelong name. Or if you’re like me, you are looking for names to use for the future (I had my daughters name picked out years before she was even born). Let’s take a look at 60 uncommom baby boy names.

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Uncommon Baby Boy Names

Ackerley
Old English, meaning ‘oak meadow’

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Augustin
Latin/Spanish, meaning ‘venerated’

Alaric
Germanic, Meaning: “ruler of all” or “ruler of all people”

Aldric
English, meaning ‘old king’

Alcaeus
Greek, meaning ‘strength’

Aleph
Hebrew, meaning ‘first letter of the alphabet’

Benton
Old English, meaning ‘town in the bent grass’

Bodhi
Sanskrit, meaning ‘awakening” or “enlightenment’

Brice
Latin, meaning ‘speckled’

Chester
Latin, meaning ‘camp of soldiers’

Coby
Irish, meaning ‘son of Oda’

Croix
French, meaning ‘cross’

Cowan
Gaelic, meaning ‘hollow in the hill’

Dakari
Swahili, meaning ‘happy’

Dalton
English, meaning ‘town in the valley’

Dayton
Old English, meaning ‘David’s place’

Elbert
Old English, meaning ‘famous’

Eryx
Greek, meaning ‘boxer’

Everest
English, Meaning ‘from the highest mountain’

Finn
Finnish, meaning ‘from Finland’

Frederick
Old German, meaning ‘peaceful ruler’

Gwyn
Welsh, meaning ‘white’

Harland
Old English, meaning ‘army land’

Hector
Green, meaning ‘steadfast’

 

Indigo
English, Meaning ‘deep blue-purple color’

Ivan
Hebrew, meaning ‘god is gracious’

Jacques
French form of James, meaning ‘he who supplants’

Jarret
Old English, meaning ‘spear-brave’

Jesse
Hebrew, meaning ‘the lord exists’

Juan
Spanish variant of John, meaning ‘god is gracious’

Kian
Persian, meaning ‘king of realm’

Kyree
From Cree, a Canadian tribe

Lancelot
Variant of lance, meaning ‘land’

Leopold
German, meaning ‘brave people’

Merrik
Welsh, meaning ‘moorish’

Monte
Italian, meaning ‘mountain’

Nolan
Gaelic, meaning ‘champion’

Orlando
Old German, meaning ‘old land’

Othello
Old German, meaning ‘wealth’

Otis
German, meaning ‘wealth’

Philo
Greek, meaning ‘love’

Quillon
Gaelic, meaning ‘club’

Ronan
Irish, Meaning ‘little seal’

Rupert
Variant of Robert, meaning ‘bright fame’

Ryker
From Richard, meaning ‘powerful leader’

Samson
Hebrew, meaning ‘son of Sam’

Seth
Hebrew, meaning ‘appointed’

Terence
English, meaning ‘tender’

Ulrich
German, meaning ‘noble ruler’

Vester
Latin, meaning ‘wooded’

Walker
German, meaning ‘a fuller of cloth’

Wilhelm
German, meaning ‘strong-willed warrior’

Winton
Old English, meaning ‘a friends farm’

Zain
Arabic, meaning ‘the handsome son’

Zander
Green, meaning ‘defender of my people’

 

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