Searching for the perfect baby boy name, we’ve got you. We know that picking the perfect name for your son can be a bit of a challenge, after all, it’s one of the biggest decisions you’ll make as a new parent. With thousands of options to choose from, it can be overwhelming. Luckily, we have a collection of boy’s names with rich origins and powerful meanings to help you get started. Below you can browse boy’s names by alphabet or view our entire boy’s collection to help you find a name that will make him truly one-of-a-kind.
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Are you a free-spirited, nature-loving, or boho mama? Then this list of hippie baby names is for you!
The Social Security Administration has published lists of the most popular names every year, and these rare boy names weren’t on them.
Single syllables pair well with long middle and last names, and one-syllable names are easy to pronounce.
We’ve rounded up the most unique, unusual names that start with A for boys.
We’re pretty confident one (or more) of these boy names will make your heart melt.
Norse names are as storied as the culture surrounding them, with many relating to nature and mythology.
Choosing an African baby name could be a great way to honor your child’s roots and your family’s culture.
Scottland is home to some of the coolest yet timeless baby names we’ve ever heard.
We’re taking you to the skies to bring you 20 baby names inspired by a bit of magic to add to your list.
If you’re looking for nonbasic middle names for your baby boy, we’ve got you covered!
What’s more refreshing than coming across an interesting name that you won’t see everywhere?
Why not pick a name that captures the spirit of the season.
You don’t have to live in the South to love these southern baby names for boys.
Ireland is full of rich history and exciting legends, making it the perfect place to find unique baby names.
Whether you loved Emily in Paris or are a Francophile like us, these French baby names are modern, uncommon, adorable, and rare; each of these names is sure to set your child apart.
Sure, you’ve seen Hebrew names before like Abigail or Noah, but there are plenty of less popular options that likely flew under the radar.
Luckily for you, we sorted through the baby name charts from 1880 to 1927 to find unique monikers with a modern appeal.
Look no further than these truly unique unheard of baby names.
While these names are dark and spooky, they are still appropriate for the playground and have just the right amount of edge to let your kid stand out.
If the first name you chose happens to fall in the top 20 most popular names and are looking for a unique name to help it stand out, then this list is definitely for you.